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Adam Tate (Tribute Racing), Christopher DeHarde (Motorsport.com), Josh Farmer (Motorsport Monday), and Joey Barnes (Tribute Racing) headline In the Gravel Trap and gear up for what is sure to be a great 2015 in racing. On tonight's agenda is the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway, Max Chilton messing about with an Indy Lights car, and the official announcement that 2015 will be Jeff Gordon's final full-time season in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Etta James (January 25, 1938 – January 20, 2012) is regarded as having bridged the gap between r&b and rock n roll, and is the winner of six Grammys and seventeen Blues Music Awards. She was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1993, the Blues Hall of Fame in 2001, and the Grammy Hall of Fame in both 1999 and 2008.Rolling Stone ranked James number twenty-two on their list of the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time and number sixty-two on the list of the 100 Greatest Artists.
The checkered flag is falling on the 2014 year as the gang are set to send it off with a two-hour special. The gang is Joey Barnes and Adam Tate of Tribute Racing, Christopher DeHarde of Motorsport.com, Josh Farmer of Motorsport Monday, and Frank Santoroski of Drafting the Circuits.
With the year in the books, we will look at the best and worst from every part of racing, Formula One, IndyCar, NASCAR, Australian V8 Supercars, MotoGP, and even recognizing the junior categories like the Mazda Road to Indy.
So sit back listen in, or even join in by sending Tribute Racing a tweet using #InTheGravelTrap.
Tribute Racing's Adam Tate and Joey Barnes are joined by Motorsport.com's Christopher DeHarde and Josh Farmer from Motorsport Monday in this edition of In the Gravel Trap. The band will be joined by RC Enerson, an up-and-coming racer that finished runner-up for the 2014 USF2000 championship, now has his sights set on the driving the new Dallara IL-15 in Indy Lights entering next season.
The group will also look back at key highlights from the 2014 IndyCar season, what to expect in 2015, and thoughts on what tracks we might see on the schedule after next season.
Has McLaren figured out who they want to team with Fernando Alonso? Also, who is the best driver currently not on the Formula One grid?
Matt Weaver from Popular Speed will jump in to discuss the 'Super Bowl' of short track racing, the Snowball Derby. Who won? Who can we expect to see in NASCAR in the upcoming few years, and who is ready now?
Bubba Wallace has just been granted a release from Joe Gibbs Racing, all signs point to Roush as the youngster tries to compete for a full season in the NASCAR Xfinity (formerly Nationwide) Series.
All this and more, so come join us In the Gravel Trap.
I could not let this day go by without paying tribute to our American Veterans. I am married to a Vietnam Vet that has been my strength for 17 years now. He is my all and all, and I came to know the American Veteran in a most personal way. Hear my account of what I see our Veterans as. They are very special people. Not everyone can give their lives up for our country, the American Vet has a heart and a love for America.
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- In memory of Stuart Scott (July 19, 1965 - January 4, 2015) Sportscaster, Anchor, ESPY Award and Jimmy V Award recipient;
- In memory of Andrae Crouch (July 1, 1942 - January 8, 2015) Gospel Singer, Songwriter, Arranger, Record Producer, Pastor, Grammy Award Winner, Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee;;
- Pastor Andrae Crouch music legacy and tribute and much more!;
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The gang has Brian Carroccio from Auto Racing 1 on the show tonight as they look at the Mazda Road to Indy silly season, hopeful IndyCar rivalries, and who might be the new title sponsor for the NASCAR Cup Series now that Sprint is leaving after 2015.
Formula One has some changes, Scuderia Ferrari is cleaning house...will it be enough to rise again? Also, the TUDOR Championship takes a hit with PWC winning the return of GAINSCO and Bob Stallings, we will weigh that in and more on this edition of In the Gravel Trap.
In 1968, when Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, many people struggled to give voice to the profound emotions of that moment in history. The Choral Arts Society of Washington sought to honor MLK in song, and on the first anniversary of his assassination, gave the premiere performance of a work it had commissioned in his honor: ONCE – In Memoriam Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The following year, Choral Arts joined with several local church choirs to present a concert in memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. and gave similar annual concerts through 1969.
Since the inception of the MLK national holiday in 1989, Choral Arts has produced and participated in Living the Dream...Singing the Dream: Celebrating the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. (formerly known as an Annual Choral Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.) at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts along with a host of participating artists and ensembles. The tributes began, in Artistic Director Emeritus Norman Scribner's words, "…to give musical and visual reality to the message that we are all brothers and sisters. As an avid music lover, Dr. King understood the tremendous force that music exerts upon the human will."
In 2004, Choral Arts began honoring individuals who embody the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s message of nonviolent struggle for Civil Rights with the Annual Humanitarian Award. Each year the selected individual is honored at the celebratory concert.
January Jones sadly Remembering 911
On September 11, 2010, for the nine-year anniversary at Ground Zero, Melissa spoke the names of those who passed on 9-11. She said her aunt’s name and a special message. That was live coverage presented nationally and internationally.
One of the biggest losses Melissa has had to deal with was losing her aunt, Arlene T. Babakitis on September 11, 2001. That day was a day no one will ever forget
Fox News interviewed both, Melissa and her mother, Evelyn Pettignano, for their Fox News Documentary in regards to the 10 year anniversary of September 11, 2001 for Bill O'Reilly’s, What's Happening Now.
Melissa and her mother shot a documentary film in New York City, entitled, Forever Changed 911 in Remembrance, in regards to 9-11 for ACLJ- American Center for Law and Justice.
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