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i have finlly expaned my reach on the gaming circle im now streaming on twitch,youtube facebook,twitter,raptr, google plus to celibrate the expantion im doing a giveaway. details will be in the show . i want to thank my boy von and our very own mr.risker for helping me through the process and you the listeners without you no of this will be possible
JOIN ME AND GUEST ARTISTS SINGER SONGWRITER CASHYRA TONEY, SHARING HER PROJECT AND TESTIMONY. PLUS AUTHOR, SINGER, SONGWRITER DALLAS FRAZIER "AKA" TONY D..SHARING HIS PROJECT AND TESTIMONY. GUEST HOST JACKIE HICKMAN
This week we have Tony Williams from Metro NY. We talk knicks basketball tonight on the show. What is Phil Jacksons plan?Who will be the next coach? Will the knicks be able to sign a big free agent? Many more questions to be answered. Join us for another fun show.
Born and raised in Detroit Michigan, Tony “Strat” Thomas started out playing a six-string razor in high school. After Thomas’ mother saw his talent she bought him a Stratocaster Guitar. The rest is history. Early on while landing small gigs, Thomas joined the legendary reggae band Onyx and other rock ‘n roll bands around town. A true artist, Thomas’ psychedelic sound was one-of-a-kind. Thomas has been compared to his music mentors Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Hazel.In 1978, George Clinton gave Thomas a shot to play in the studio with the Sterling Silver Starship. As Thomas continued to work with Clinton as a studio musician, Clinton gave Thomas his big break. Thomas joined George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Eddie Hazel, Garry Shider, Mike Hampton, Bernie Worrel, Bobby Womack, David “Chong” Spradley and Margua Booker to record and perform with The Parliament Funkadelic’s for over 20 years.“The Agony of Defeet” was Tony’s first guitar solo. He has played on various P-Funk projects such as the first P-Funk Allstars album songs such as Catcher Keeper, Hydraulic Pump, and Pumpin it Up.Thomas’ favorite project was Computer Games, featuring Atomic Dawg, and Loopzilla. That’s Thomas on the guitar loop!A seasoned recording artist, Thomas has shared both the stage and studio with Sly Stone, Ike Turner, Rick James, The Dramatics, Ron Banks, L.J. Reynolds, Don Davis, Robin Trower, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kid Rock, Sebastian Bach, Skid Row, Steve Marriott-Humble Pie, Quincy Jones, Wayne Shorter, Glenn Goins, Ron Ford, Treylewd, Cameo, The Dazz Band, Parlet, Gabe Gonzalez, Mike “Clip” Payne, P-Nut Johnson, Lige Curry, Blackbyrd, Dennis Chambers, Rodney Skeet Curtis, The Ali Brothers (Jerome and Jimi), Mudbone, Razor Sharp, Donnie Sterling, Kiddo, My Baby Belita Woods, The Brides of Funkenstein, Malia Franklin, Leslie “Blonda” Vocino, Jocaine and many more!
Today we’re going to dive into the real language of love: empathy. And Tony Scruggs is known as “the Empathy Guy.” His psychology degree is from UCLA and his empathy training includes time in India with the Gandhi family and once upon a time he played Major League baseball for the President of the United States!
As a non-bullying speaker & mindful trainer he helps people figure out the BIG reasons they do what they do and how to talk about it. His new book is “Excellence Off the Field.” His website is www.facebook.com/
On this episode of Talking in Circles, we break down the weekend that was at Richmond International Raceway. Carl Edwards moved Kyle Busch out of the way on the final lap to win his 27th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
Was that the correct move for Carl? Should Kyle invoke some revenge?
We'll give our Attaboys and surprises and talk about the points. Who is in danger of missing the Chase?
Also we'll discuss the news of the week: NASCAR has instituted a new lug nut rule starting this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. We'll give our thoughts on that and talk about how NASCAR can police this.
Plus Tony Stewart was fined $35k for comments about lug nuts, then NASCAR instutites the rule. Should NASCAR revoke the fine and how bad does the sport look. What made Stewart made those comments and why did the Driver's Council pay the fine?
Several media members have complained about Tony Stewart being eligable for the win at Talladega, even though he's gonna have a subsitute driver. We'll discuss our feelings on that.
Plus, it's going to be a wild weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. We'll preview the double-header weekend and take your phone calls at 917-889-8280.
This week on a special NFL Draft edition of Thursday Night Tailgate our guests are: former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins, former Rams DT turned broadcaster Bob Fields, former Chiefs & Falcons WR JJ Birden, former Rams Pro Bowl Guard Kent Hill and former Rams Pro Bowl QB Jim Everett.
Tony Collins - We talked with Tony about his draft day memories plus what it was like showing up at training camp the first time. Did the players, especially the other runningbacks, welcome him or did they view him as the guy drafted to take their jobs?
Bob Fields - Bob is a member of the Board of Directors for the NFL Alumni Association and was an undrafted free agent signed by the Rams. What was the draft process like for him? We'll also talk about what the NFL Alumni Association is doing to help the many former players who are now dealing with long term health issues later in life.
JJ Birden - JJ was an 8th round draft pick by the Cleveland Browns who later cut him. What were his expecations heading into the draft? JJ was also a track star in college at Oregon, making it to the US Olympic trials. We'll get his thoughts on the Olympics later this summer and his thoughts on fellow Oregon Duck Devon Allen who's following in his footsteps.
Kent Hill - Kent was a 1st round draft pick by the Los Angeles Rams in 1979. We'll talk about what draft day was like for him. What was it like going through that day and sitting there waiting for your name to be called? We'll also hear his thougths on the Rams selecting Jared Goff with the #1 selection.
Jim Everett - Now that the Rams are back in LA and drafting #1, we'll hear what Jim thinks about the Rams selection of QB Jared Goff as the 1st overall pick. Plus we'll hear the story about what led the Rams to trade for him after a couple of months after the Houston Oilers selected him in the first round.
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I am pleased to have Singer Tony Harnell (Ex - TNT and Skid Row) on this weeks show to find out what happened with Skid Row, How did he get his break with TNT and what he is up too next. This guys is an amzing singer and I really pumped to talk with him.
What happens when Politics and sports get together? This week MLB Baseball went to Cuba and many around baseball and the nation had an issue with our President attending a baseball game with the Dictators of Cuba. I am eager to discuss this with my audience
I think I have a replacement for Brian Johnson in AC/DC, Pleaselisten in as I present this option to Jeff and get his reaction.
The Hard Rock n Sports show is going to be very busy with a couple of already planned Benefits scheduled (another on the way) and The Hard Rock n Sports band back to work, there is much to discuss about the inner workings of the show. I will give you some Updates on the Pauls Peace Inc Foundtion Benefit and the Veterans and Family Festival, both events the show will participate in.
Many Misc Music and sports topics to discuss this week, so make sure that you tune in this week to hear all of this and I am sure much much more.
See you this Thursday night, 6:30 to 9:30 pm est live on Blogtalkradio.com
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When we were but kids, Tony Louvier facilitated and ministered the Gospel to his neighborhood friends which later led to salvation in Christ!
Childhood Friends Now in Christ Reunited
From Metairie to the Messiah with Todd Tomasella and Tony Louvier.
MAKING PEACE WITH GOD
Are you ready to Pass from Death to Life?
The most astounding event of human history occurred when this man, Jesus Christ, died on a Roman cross. When He died, an untimely darkness covered the land at 3 p.m. and an earthquake occurred as He took His final breath. This man called Jesus was crucified. 3 days later He was raised from the dead! Here’s why He died:
“But your iniquities (sins) have separated between you and your God, and your sins have hid his face from you, that he will not hear.” Isaiah 59:2
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