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Country/Southern Rock band Buck Sixx
Chris Lovett Vocals, Guitar;Marc Craig vocals, guitars;Jeff Dillehay lead guitar,vocals,banjo; Morris Dillehay bass guitar,vocals;Chris Gibson drums,percussion.. http://www.reverbnation.com/bucksixx
Buck Sixx is a country/rock band that stems from generations of family musicians. They all started at an early age playing along with their dads, grandfathers, cousins and uncles. As musicians, they have played with lots of other bands, but the strong family bond has brought them back together to form Buck Sixx. They play original songs written by the band with a blend of Country/Rock. The combination of lyric and music continues to grow the band’s fan base. Brothers, cousins, and Friends they hail from Columbia, Tennessee, just forty miles south of Nashville.. “Buck Sixx’s debut record is one of the strongest freshmen records I’ve ever heard. There truly isn’t a bad song on the record and there isn’t a song that would turn fans off. Buck Sixx successfully showcases who they are as individuals, as a group, as musicians, as vocalists, and as songwriters and it’s a showcase that is uniquely fresh. It’s a package that will allow them to be recognized on many different avenues in the country music industry.” – Thatsmusictome.com
www.thirstyperchbluesband.com 1pm central time
Grand Rapids, Mi
Electrifying Muscular Rockin Blues Band hailing from Grand Rapids Michigan
Brett Alan and the CRB band show case check them out on facebook The CRB Band...
The CRB Band, formed in the Spring of 2006 in McCook, Nebraska, It has gone through some member changes over the years, but... the core of the band has remained constant with Brett Alan (Schmitz); Dean Sprinkle and Gerry Hunter. In 2013 the band added Jon and Angie Reiners, Craig Francis and Jeff Gleason. The band has heavy "New Country" influence by artist such as Jason Aldean; Eric Church; Gary Allan; Gretchen Wilson; The Band Perry; Justin Moore...and many more. The band plays some 80's classics by Fleetwood Mac; John Cougar; The Stones; The Steve Miller Band; Lynyrd Skynyrd; AC/DC. They have been known to get their blues on now and then with some Stevie Ray Vaughan; Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Jimmie Hendrix... starting off with Angel Thurman we have and interview with Angel 7pm central time on 4/8/15 then an interview with Brett Alan noon central time on 4/16/15
Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. Today is kind of a special day, as it's very rare that this happens, but we have a band on the show today. The super talented Band Angelica stops by to talk with us about their careers, their music, and anything else they're working on that they can talk about. I've got my lovely and talented co-host Emily with me (who booked the band, by the way), so let's do this thing!
Adam Tate, Josh Farmer and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing dish out the goods after a historic and controversial MAVTV 500 IndyCar race at Auto Club Speedway.
The boys go in depth on the new aero kit package at Fontana, as well as the leading stories from the weekend.
Was it tight racing or was it 'pack' racing?
All this and more as we take you "In the Gravel Trap!"
Joey Barnes and Josh Farmer team up to tackle this special weekend edition of In the Gravel Trap.
The Verizon IndyCar Series is at Barber Motorsports Park this weekend for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, and we're ready to give you the latest from qualifying as well as picks for Sunday's race. Ryan Hunter-Reay won this event last year and looks for his third win at the track.
Also, the 99th running of the Indy 500 just got more interesting with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports putting Conor Daly in its third entry for the famed event.
The Mazda Road to Indy is also in Alabama. With the opening races for each series done, we give you the latest on who won and what to expect for tomorrow.
Also, Tribute Racing just released their Pound-for-Pound (P4P) World Rankings, the duo debate the list as they give you the latest on who is on April's top 15.
All this on the weekend special edition of In the Gravel Trap.
Irma and the Boyz Saxophone Jazz band
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Today I had the privilege of meeting my Co-Host Mr. Garth Kline at C103 studios because he had a new upcoming saxophone Band that wanted a chance to spread their Musical wings and try something new.
It has also been part of S3productions to discover and give new and talented people a chance to show their stuff.
This is actually Nathan’s second show with us has we explores new ways to grow musically. (A side note this whole idea started with a conversation on a homeward bound bus about students pursuing their passion and the Futures.)
I truly enjoyed this show and look forward to the Future of the band “Irma and the Boyz”
Adam Tate, Josh Farmer and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing preview the 99th Indianapolis 500 live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Scott Dixon put the Target Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet on pole, can the 2008 Indy 500 winner take home his second Borg-Warner Trophy?
The defending Verizon IndyCar Series champion, Will Power, starts alongside and takes aim at his first 500 win.
Chevrolet had the upperhand over Honda in qualifying, will they in the race? Plus, Hinchcliffe's injury and Briscoe climbs in as SPM's super-sub.
All this and more as we take you "In the Gravel Trap" live from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Matt Como of The Como Brothers Band to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss their passion for music and what it's been like to share it with the world. The two will also discuss the new project IMAGINATION and even introduce singles from the album.
#BGEPresents A tribute to #MichaelJackson by The Atif with host @jiggyjaguar
"The Legend Lives On"
The Total Tutor will interview Beatles Tribute Band The Fab Four. We will discuss how the band was formed, how to see them in your town, and were they have traveled to.
Beatles Tribute band in the world; current PBS special airing around the country, and currently on US tour.
The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, and his music. Tito, Jr. is on a passionate mission. The younger Puente is determined to nurture the musical legacy left by his father. He refuses to let his father become a distant memory. “He was just too vibrant, too exciting. There was magic in the music my father made. It made people happy all over the world.” He has found captive audiences who echo his passion. Crowds lured to a venue by the father are returning to see the son -- and to once again participate in the high voltage celebration that takes place on stage. Tito Puente, Jr. has become an audience favorite in casinos, performing arts centers, symphony halls and jazz festivals worldwide, performing more than 300 shows over the past 5 years. His 2004 album, “In My Father’s Shoes” featured the classic Puente titles and was spun into a BET Jazz television special of the same name. He was seen in a tribute to his father’s music on NBC’s two hour special--“The Apollo at 70: A Hot Night in Harlem.” He has also appeared on the ABC soap opera hit “One Life to Live” in performance with his big band. Symphony appearances include Dallas, San Antonio, Colorado, South Bend, and upcoming performances with the Palm Desert Symphony and the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marvin Hamlisch. Tito, Jr.’s new CD release, “Got Mambo?” is a mixture of the old and the new as he takes a musical departure into some powerful new music he can truly call his own. Guest artists Bobby Cruz and Hansel & Raul help make this a coming of age project for Puente, Jr. and the album is receiving heavy praise from Tropical and Latin Jazz critics alike.