• 01:00

    A Kind Voice on Music

    in Lifestyle

    This episode of A Kind Voice on Music features The Big Cheese. The Big Cheese is a family band plus one. Larry Rice (Father), the musical mastermind, plays fiddle, mandolin, guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, vocals and banjo if need be. Shannon Rice (Daughter) is on drums, keyboards and percussion, and Lea Rice (Other Daughter) plays guitar, keyboards, banjo and sings. Shannon is away for a two-year stint in San Diego as Lieutenant Shannon Rice, Naval Medical officer. Larry and Lea anxiously await her return. They are joined by Julie Greene on mandolin, tenor guitar, and autoharp.


    The group plays a mix of traditional music as well as more modern tunes as Poker Face by Lady Gaga and even some favorite Gospel tunes! The Big Cheese is working on releasing a live album "Live Culture" which will feature a performance from earlier in 2014 as well as four studio recorded tracks. Host Mitch Ruth will discuss the naming of the group, what happens when your keyboard/percussionist joins the military, and which cheese goes best with traditional music gouda or swiss?


    Host Mitch Ruth


    Kickstarter Project Page http://kck.st/1zaH4Pm


    Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TheBigCheeseMusic


     

  • 01:00

    Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with Bradford Loomis and Beth Whitney

    in Country Music

    When artists Beth Whitney and Bradford Loomis began writing together, they had no idea their casual co-writing experiment would blossom into the much anticipated album The Banner Days (releasing August 23rd on MTS Records). That first night, they wrote “My Beloved” in two hours. And after a few more writing sessions, it was clear to both, that these songs merited a bold decision. From the first time they played together, along with Beth’s husband/collaborator, Aaron Fishburn, the chemistry has been powerful. The combination of Beth’s delicate, pure, and melodious voice and Bradford’s soulful, growling tone makes for a beautifully heart wrenching harmonious blend. Their dramatic crescendos, minimalist intensity, through intricate harmonies have elicited comparisons to The Civil Wars, the Swell Season, and Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ Raising Sand. With equal parts sweetly anthemic, pop tinged folk, provided by Beth, and Bradford’s gritty, passionate Americana Roots sound, The Banner Days is an intrepid step for both artists.


    www.thebannerdays.com


    https://www.facebook.com/bannerdays


    https://twitter.com/TheBannerDays


    Beth Whitney - Ukulele, Vocals,


    Bradford Loomis - Guitar, Vocals


    Aaron Fishburn - Upright Bass, Group vocals


    Luke Peterson - Drums, Percussion, Group vocals


    Jessie Scott - Violin


    Brandon Bee - Guitar, Ukulele, Piano, Organ (Wurlitzer, B3), Slide Guitar, Pedal Steel,


    Banjo, Percussion, Group vocals


    Producer: Brandon Bee/Crossroads Studios Vancouver, WA


    Engineer/Mixing: Todd Robbins/ TX3 Productions Nashville, TN


    Mastering: Troy Glessner/ Spectre Studios Seattle, WA


    All songs co-written by Beth Whitney (ASCAP) and Bradford Loomis (BMI) unless otherwise noted.

  • 00:32

    A Moment with Ukuleist Charlotte Mountain

    in Music

    Charlotte Mountain is ukulele specialist who is helping to take the ukulele on the next part of its journey. Charlotte Mountain has developed a style of ukulele play that will change the way that people view this small, four stringed instrument.  Her style while both highly rhythmic and lyric is astounding. The tones generated by the instrument rang from bell like highs to crashing chord rhythms while bringing light to songs that were unthinkable to attempt to perform satisfactorily on ukulele. 


    Preveiously considered a very one dimensional instrument as typified by players such as George Formby, Arthur Godfrey, Ukulele Ike and of course Tiny Tim. The prominence of Jake Shimabukuro, James Hill and the late Israel Kamakawiwo?ole leadis the march of the ukulele toward being one of the most popular instruments.


     

  • 00:23

    Interview w/ Triple Threat Twins Chelsea & Brooke Noriega!

    in Entertainment

    Chelsea Summer's entertainment passion began when she first entered the theatrical world of stage musicals. Beginning with a small role as a “Newsie” in a local community show "Disney Musical Spectacular”, Chelsea began the exciting journey into her entertainment career. With roles in such productions as: “Hairspray”, “Tom Sawyer”, “Alice In Wonderland”, “Les Miserables”, “Annie”, and “The King & I”, one role led to the next, from ensemble to supporting lead, to lead roles. Soon after, her progress moved to commercials, television and film.


    Brooke Star loves a good challenge! She is dedicated to her training in whatever skill she is trying to achieve. Her passion is music and dance, both of which she does very well! Starting with piano lessons and moving on to school band, Brooke is learning to play fourteen different wind, string and percussion instruments ranging from Piano, Keyboards, Bass Clarinet, Clarinet, Flute, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Guitar, Drums, Ukulele, Chimes, Tambourine, Shakers, Recorder fueled by her desire to receive a law and/or entertainment scholarship to Harvard! 


    For more about these 2 Magnificent Twins, check out our Blog post at http://www.TheSashaMarinaShow.com


     

  • 01:51

    TD&KS Episode 181: Musical guest, Bradford Loomis and Beth Whitney

    in Comedy

    A very special show, with all the regular bits you like, Weird News and Hot Topics.
    We will be interviewing musical guest guest Bradford Loomis and Beth Whitney. 


    When artists Beth Whitney and Bradford Loomis began writing together, they had no 
    idea their casual co-writing experiment would blossom into the much anticipated album 
    The Banner Days (releasing August 23rd on MTS Records). That first night, they wrote 
    “My Beloved” in two hours. And after a few more writing sessions, it was clear to both, 
    that these songs merited a bold decision.
    From the first time they played together, along with Beth’s husband/collaborator, Aaron 
    Fishburn, the chemistry has been powerful. The combination of Beth’s delicate, pure, 
    and melodious voice and Bradford’s soulful, growling tone makes for a beautifully heart 
    wrenching harmonious blend.
    Their dramatic crescendos, minimalist intensity, through intricate harmonies have elicited 
    comparisons to The Civil Wars, the Swell Season, and Robert Plant and Alison 
    Krauss’ Raising Sand.
    With equal parts sweetly anthemic, pop tinged folk, provided by Beth, and Bradford’s 
    gritty, passionate Americana Roots sound, The Banner Days is an intrepid step for both 
    artists.


    www.thebannerdays.com
    https://www.facebook.com/bannerdays
    https://twitter.com/TheBannerDays


    Beth Whitney - Ukulele, Vocals, 
    Bradford Loomis - Guitar, Vocals
    Aaron Fishburn - Upright Bass, Group vocals
    Luke Peterson - Drums, Percussion, Group vocals
    Jessie Scott - Violin
    Brandon Bee - Guitar, Ukulele, Piano, Organ (Wurlitzer, B3), Slide Guitar, Pedal Steel, 
    Banjo, Percussion, Group vocals

  • 00:31

    Update on the Hawiian Kingdom with Special Guest John Kane

    in Culture

    Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show

    Special Guest: John Kane (Mohawk), on the line with me from Seneca Territory in western New York, is a national radio, TV and print commentator on Native issues.

    Show Topic: “Update on the Hawaiian Kingdom with Special Guest John Kane”

    John Kane is a regular monthly guest on my show. He hosts two weekly radio shows, “Let’s Talk Native…with John Kane” on Sunday nights on ESPN-AM 1520 in Buffalo, New York and “First Voices Indigenous Radio” on WBAI-FM ­– that’s Pacifica Radio – in New York City on Thursday mornings. He’s frequently seen and heard on TV and radio.

    Featured Song: "E ala E" by Israel "IZ" Ka?ano?i Kamakawiwo?ole (5/20/59 - 6/26/97) was a Hawaiian musician.

    He became famous outside Hawaii when his album Facing Future was released in 1993. His medley of "Over the Rainbow" and "What a Wonderful World" was subsequently featured in several films, television programs, and commercials.

    Through his ukulele playing and incorporation of other genres (such as jazz and reggae), Kamakawiwo?ole remains one of the major influences in Hawaiian music.

    Artist Website: www.izhawaii.com

    Producer/Host: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Producer/Writer: Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (American)

    Airing Friday 8/15/14 at 10:00 p.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio 

  • 00:33

    Dateline The Hawaiian Kingdom: John Kane (Mohawk) Weighs In

    in Culture

    Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show

    Special Guest: John Kane (Mohawk), National Commentator on Native Issues

    Show Topic: “Dateline The Hawaiian Kingdom: John Kane (Mohawk) Weighs In”

    John Kane is a monthly guest on my show. He hosts two weekly radio shows, “Let’s Talk Native…with John Kane” on Sunday nights on ESPN-AM 1520 in Buffalo, New York and “First Voices Indigenous Radio” on WBAI-FM ­– that’s Pacifica Radio – in New York City on Thursday mornings. He’s frequently seen and heard on TV and radio.

    Featured Song: "Living in a Sovereign Land" by Israel "IZ" Ka?ano?i Kamakawiwo?ole (May 20, 1959 - June 26, 1997) was a Hawaiian musician.

    He became famous outside Hawaii when his album Facing Future was released in 1993. His medley of "Over the Rainbow" and "What a Wonderful World" was subsequently featured in several films, television programs, and commercials.

    Through his ukulele playing and incorporation of other genres (such as jazz and reggae), Kamakawiwo?ole remains one of the major influences in Hawaiian music.

    Website: www.izhawaii.com

    Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Producer/Writer: Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan)

    Midnight Special: Airing Thursday 7/31/14 at 12:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio

  • 01:01

    Episode 26 - From Omnivore to Vegan, Devin Barnes

    in Vegetarian

    Devin is a 24-year old single RM attending BYU-Idaho. I play the drums, guitar, piano, and ukulele. I long board, read, blog, and am addicted to making people laugh. I eat a plant-based diet. And I have a fear of camels.

  • 02:01

    TD&KS Episode 172: Bathrooms are Gross, Jiggley Jones and BTR Trolls

    in Comedy

    All the normal weird news and hot topics you love, plus musical guest Jiggley Jones makes a second appearance on the show. It's going to be a good time.


    The disgustingness of public bathrooms is discussed and Jiggley Jones joins us to tell us about his new album! Then we dive into the Weird News AND laugh at the BTR Trolling Raids of 2011.


    ~Music~


    Intro:
    The Allsronians - Mariachi Go Ska


    Break 1:
    Jiggley Jones - Ain't That Alright
    Jiggley Jones - Modern Day


    Break 2:
    Jiggley Jones - Walk On Me
    LiteSound - We Are the Heroes


    Break 3:
    Red Carpet - Traitor on the Inside
    unreal_dm - Too Depressed for the Ukulele (ft. Kara Square)


    Break 4:
    Robbero - monochromosom (robbero remix) 
    Alex - I Got The Swag (ft. Covert & Chris C.)


    Outro:
    Jeris - Start Each day with Love-Instrumental Mix 
    (ft. Mind Map That! (mindmapthat), Admiral Bob (admiralbob77))

  • 00:28

    Liz Wilkes "Exubrancy" Health and Well-being in the Work Place

    in Entrepreneur

    While in business school, Liz noticed that traditional corporate wellness programs were singularly focused on physical health did not address employee well-being holistically. Interested in offering a more comprehensive solution, she founded Exubrancy (www.exubrancy.com) in 2013. Exubrancy serves as a one-stop shop for employee health and happiness with an emphasis on community programming. Liz also blogs about workplace wellbeing for The Huffington Post. 

    Liz holds a bachelors degree from Amherst College and an MBA from Columbia Business School. She resides on the Upper West Side of NYC. In her spare time Liz can be found at comedy shows, running in Central Park, and trying to learn to play the ukulele.

  • 01:21

    Beantown Pals, The Adventures of Bucky and Betty with Luke Rodney

    in Family


    Luke Rodney was born in Trinidad & Tobago in the year 1954. His mother Josephine Stephen and Simeon Rodney his father lived in Biche Charuma a little village in the country side. As far back as Luke can remember he always had a love for music and wanted to be a musician.


    From a very young age Luke has been a self taught musician with music, melodies and lyrics floating around in his head. All his songs are from like experiences. Luke is a vocalist and is a master drummer and took up ukulele a few years ago.


    Luke has played with many renown music groups such as Bird Song Steel
    Orchestra, Flamingoes, Sound Roy Cape Calypso All Stars, Ed Watson Brass Circle and has run the gamut from dance halls to playing for Presidents. Luke also played on different cruise lines such as Norwegian, Crown, and Royal Viking. Luke Rodney has travelled extensively through the Caribbean, Germany, Sweden, Norway, ETC.


    Luke is a father of three children and one grand daughter. Luke migrated to the United States in 1993. Some of the bands he played with : Cobalt Rhythm Kings (a blues band out of New Haven), INITY Reggae band, Holy Smoke, Jah Movements, St. Luke’s Steel Band, and currently plays with White Eyed Lizard.

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