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Tuesday - October 29th's edition of The Thomas Loop Radio Show features Fight Softball's, Marc Quarcini.
The organzation is hosting The Fight Fest - a benefit featuring numerous musical acts from the Western New York Region and above all - for Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo (NY).
The event is set for Saturday, November 2nd at 4pm to be held at The Meeting Place - 2469 Niagara Rd in Niagara Falls, NY.
The Thomas Loop Radio Show will be featuring music from Western New York Area musicians. Covers dominate the show, with music from -
Zak Ward & The Million Dollar Question, Bittersweet Acoustic, Michael Krisch, Noah Gokey & The Skulls, The Filter Kings, The Revenge Therapists, Christopher Joel and myself, doing a version of The Little Drummer Boy
Monday's Thomas Loop Radio Show features Jeff Eggleston.
Jeff's Bio from jeffreyeggleston.com -
A consistent performer and adroit racer, Jeffrey Eggleston has established himself among the nation’s brightest marathoners. He has been a fixture on U.S. national teams, running the marathon at the 2011 and 2013 World Championships, and the 2011 Pan-American Games.
Few athletes could make claim to a more quixotic journey into marathoning élite than Eggleston. After a brief and lackluster collegiate running career at the University of Virginia, Jeffrey quickly emerged as a top 10 finisher on the U.S. road racing scene. In 2009, Eggleston, sponsorless at the time, took a gamble and moved himself to Flagstaff, AZ.
Under the tutelage of Dr. Jack Daniels, he turned his attention to the marathon and made a successful, albeit quiet start to his marathoning career in 2010: debuting in 2:14 and then finishing 2nd place at the U.S. Championships.
In 2011, Jeffrey made his presence widely known by winning the Pittsburgh Marathon in spectacular fashion. Brought in by race organizers as a pacemaker for 18 miles, he finished the assignment and proceeded to hammer away from the leaders to a commanding victory. A month later, he lowered his best to 2:13 and would go on to represent the U.S. at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.This led to his selection to the 2013 World Championship Team, where he went on to lead the U.S. in Moscow with a commendable 13th place finish.
Wednesday's The Thomas Loop Radio Show features national recording artist, Stacy Clark.
Here is an excpert from Clark's website - www.stacyclark.net - Clark's brand new EP, Days Into Nights, following the success of her previous album Connect The Dots, which landed at #12 on Billboard's Heatseekers and was listed by Amazon as one of the "Best Records of 2011". Her song "White Lies" was selected by iTunes as the Single of the Week, propelling her to #7 on the charts, and "Touch & Go" was used in a national commercial. Days Into Nights will be released this summer on Harbour, an imprint of EMI/Caroline.“Having a career in music is everything I’ve ever wanted,” she says. “Nothing is more satisfying than writing a song and having someone listen and feel like they can relate,” Clark says. "My songs will outlive me and I hope they can make a difference in someone's life in the same way music has done for me.”
October 9th, 2013's edition features the former Mayor of the City of Niagara Falls, NY, USA - Vince Anello.
We plan to discuss the political secne of what goes on behind closed doors for campaigning, along with other topics. We'll be taking your calls live at noon.
The Vince Anello Show can be heard Tuesday & Thursday at 10AM on Niagara Falls, NY's WJJL 1440AM Radio.
Hashtag Sports (Radio Show), The Game joins me to talk baseball and the upcoming post-season.
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Tim Britt joins me over the phones for October 18th, 2013's edition of The Thomas Loop. The phenom has played venues all over the Western/Central New York Region. He has had the honor of performing a recent show with Dave Matthews Band's Boyd Tinsley.
My opinion is leaning now toward fact in regards to Darcy Degier, General Manager of The Buffalo Sabres. A Thomas Loop Topic - my spin on President of The Buffalo Sabres, Ted Black.
I have a soundbite of an interview that I did with Paul Steigerwald - play by play caller of Root Sports (TV) Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh Penguins). His thoughts on Ted Black, who was previously on a Championship Winning Organization - Stanley Cup winners, The Pittsburgh Penguins.
Now Ted Black is here in Buffalo...working for The Buffalo Sabres. My thoughts on air - of what could be going on in the front office for The Buffalo Sabres.
Monday - August 5th, 2013's edition of The Thomas Loop will feature an interview over the phones at 5pm with CBS Sports Radio's Amy Lawrence. Many thanks to Amy Lawrence for her time.
Amy's Bio is right here, extracted from the CBS Sports Radio Weekend website -
AMY LAWRENCE: Saturday/Sunday – 2am–6am ET, Sundays – 10pm-2am ET A well-traveled veteran and pioneer of sports radio & TV, Amy Lawrence comes to CBS Sports Radio by way of ESPN Radio Network. During her 9 years at ESPN Radio, she was the only regular female host; she was also the first female in Oklahoma history to host her own sports radio talk show. Amy spent a year co-hosting morning radio in Providence, RI, and has handled both play-by-play and color duties for various radio & TV outlets over the past 15 years. Lawrence currently serves as the radio play-by-play voice for the University of Hartford women’s basketball team and an analyst for college basketball on CBS Sports Network.
Music is by Joanathan Casper - 6W2L from the entitled CD - Into The Know
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The world is changing fast.You are changing. Cousciousness is changing and along with it the very fabric of the reality we live in. The Velocity of Now is a weekly radio show by Thomas Sheridan, which will attemt to put a speedometer on, and when required, put the brakes on thge rapid changes taking place around us. To see how these changes affect our lives, emotions and relationships.
This is not a shift. This is a breakthrough, and we all have a personal part to play if we want to move out of this Psychopathic Control Grid, which has been foisted upon us. From the esoteric to the emotional, from cultural to the chaotic, from the artistic to the mystic - with a bit of humour and useful advice thrown into the mix -The Velocity of Now will seek to create the narrative which will unfold within us all, as the external narratives reveal themselves in the world around us. However, during this breakthrough, we'll be active participants and not helpless bystanders.