• 00:30

    Tokyo Nights: Introducing Tokyo

    in Youth

    Just a bunch of rambling and nonsense. Come join me and call in to interact!

  • 00:04

    Promo Run

    in Entertainment

    promo run

  • 00:37

    Encore: The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders -Memorial Salute

    in Entrepreneur

    The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders was the first U.S. air retaliation attack for the attack of Pearl Harbor. 

    Sergeant in Arms Brian Anderson joins us today to share with us this amazing history.

    Since our original airing of our episode, these amazing men are finally set to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal

    The House of Representatives passed the bill last Monday 5/19. Read more on USA Today: http://usat.ly/1kDI4pY

    The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders was a group eighty men from all walks of life who flew into history on April 18, 1942. They were all volunteers and this was a very dangerous mission. Sixteen B-25 bombers took off from the deck of the USS Hornet, led by (then Col.) Jimmy Doolittle. They were to fly over Japan, drop their bombs and fly on to land in a part of China that was still free. Of course, things do not always go as planned.

    The months following the attack on Pearl Harbor were the darkest of the war, as Imperial Japanese forces rapidly extended their reach across the Pacific. Our military was caught off guard, forced to retreat, and losing many men in the fall of the Philippines, leading to the infamous Bataan Death March.

    By spring, 1942, America needed a severe morale boost. The raid on Tokyo on April 18, 1942, certainly provided that – cheering the American military and public. Yet, the Doolittle Raid meant so much more, proving to the Japanese high command that their home islands were not invulnerable to American attacks and causing them to shift vital resources to their defense. Two months later that decision would play a role in the outcome of the Battle of Midway, the American victory that would begin to turn the tide in the Pacific War.


  • 01:19

    DRT - Ep9 - Tokyo Monster Kahagas

    in Sports

    Tokyo Monster Kahagas the only NWA Triple crown champion. Speaks on two people who owes him money & his career and NWA title runs.

    Hosted by The Beast from the Middle East, Yemeni Maniac, The Modern Day Sheik, Diafullah The Butcher Dobashi. He loves beating his opponents for his own and your entertainment. But now he is entertaining you right here. After all, you do watch sports to get entertained don't you? With special guest and talks on all combative sports and entertainment and a SOAPBOX TO SPEAK ON ANYTHING. If you need to settle a problem, you can do it right here. “CENSORED FREE! Anything can happen on Dobashi's Radio Takedown. Send emails to: RadioTakedown@gmail.com or go to the website for official links at: www.RadioTakedown.com






  • 02:11

    I Got Gameplay Episode 92 - Tokyo Game Shows

    in Entertainment

    Join us tonight as we discuss the tokyo games show

  • 01:08

    Tokyo Rosenthal Interview

    in Music

    I have enjoyed all of Tokyo Rosenthal's previous albums, and the new one Tokyo's Fifth is no exeption. Many singer/songwriters just basically run out of steam, they have nothing new to say, and merely recycle old concepts. Not so for Tokyo, he just continues to create music that garners him an ever increasing fan base.
    Much like his songs, he always has a story to tell. I can't wait to hear the stories behind Tokyo's Fifth.

  • 01:01

    Tokyo Nights: Friends

    in Youth

    Recap of my week, New Years drama, Friends, resolutions that i made. Call in because Im going OFF tonight

  • 00:13

    Life Lessons honors Veterans through story of Twenty Seconds Over Tokyo

    in Lifestyle

    Edward Saylor, surviving member of Doolittle's Raiders, is featured on this Life Lessons tribute to our Veterans.

  • 01:03

    Tokyo Nights: Sexuality

    in Youth

    Tonight we talking about Lesbians being a trend and sex. Make sure you call in. this should be interesting

  • 00:57

    CM Radio - Feb 26, 2014 - Tokyo Police Club, Chris Taylor of Last Gang & More

    in Music

    We're sending out a happy 10th anniversary to our friends at Last Gang Entertainment, the label/management company/publishing firm founded by Chris Taylor that's largely responsible for launching the careers of acts like Metric, Mother Mother, Chromeo, Crystal Castles, and many more. We'll speak with Chris about the company's first decade in the business, the day-to-day operations of a label in this day and age, and a whole lot more.

    We'll also be catching up with the fellas in Tokyo Police Club, who are about to drop Forcefield, the follow-up to 2010's Champ and third studio LP. We'll find out what the band's been up to over those four years, see what's on the horizon, and of course, get the scoop on what fans can expect from this anticipated new release. Let's roll...

  • 00:33


    in Music

    Anna-Lena Laurin was born in Halmstad, Malmö, Sweden. She is a composer and jazz pianist and vocalist. She was commissioned by Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Anders Bergcrantz, Richie Beirach, Swedish Radio, Malmö Opera Orchestra, Göran Söllscher, Håkan Hardenberger, Andrew Manze, Kreutzer Quartet, Thomas Søndergaard, and Victor Lewis. Her music is performed internationally. Laurin is composer in residence at Camerata Nordica and has three new concertos with them. She wrote a double concerto, planned to premiere in Tokyo in 2015, and chamber music to be premiered around the world. As a composer, she is autodidact but started in early childhood to play classical piano, then, jazz piano at Skurups Folkhögskolas Jazz program, and vocal classes with various teachers over the years. Her music was performed for Margrethe II of Denmark and the Swedish Queen Silvia. Swedish Radio appointed Laurin Composer of the Year/Jazzkatten 2013,  ”For her ability to create a successful crossover between jazz and classical music’s language and the courage to write music from her heart without looking at prevailing musical trends.” Her classical work Concerto for Flute, Strings, and Harp was nominated as one of the most important works in Sweden in 2011.





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