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  • 00:40

    Carrie and Scott will introduce The Western Edge 2015 and have a special guest!

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    The Western Edge has a strong two year history of great informative shows covering topics around Horse Training, The Rodeo Industry, Music Artist and much much more. We are ecstatic to come back stronger than ever before with a our own unique format and more shows, you will have opportunities to talk to our co-hosts and guest live during our broadcast or send in questions to them prior to the show. We love including our audience with the topics we cover. In our short two years on air we have a nearly 60,000 listens on our shows and our show profile page has been viewed over 20,000 times. Our broadcast can be listened to worldwide - which we really love, because that means our friends, family and fans that serve our country or work abroad can catch our show live or listen to the recorded show at their Convenience . During our first show of 2015 Carrie will inform us on The Western Edge 2015 and Scott Daily of Scott Daily Horse Training will update us on what to expect from his shows. The Special Guest - A very talented band from Greenwood, AR that has put their stamp on Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma Miss Rylee Rene and The Heavens 2 Betsy Band! Please tune into Monday 8 pm CST to The Western Edge on Blogtalkradio!  If you have questions for Scott Daily of Scott Daily Horse Training, Heavens 2 Betsy or Carrie email them thewesternedge@yahoo.com or call in Live Monday June 22, 2015 at 8pm cst at (607) 203-5263.

  • 00:27

    GoCaribbean! Expo 2015: Moving the Caribbean Agenda Forward

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    "It’s a small world: Harnessing the Power of the Caribbean People".  

    September 30th and October 1, 2015, Go Caribbean! Expo will take place at the BNY Mellon, 101 Barclay Street, NY.  Go Caribbean! 2015 is a trade and investment expo that aims to galvanize the economic and social power of Caribbean Americans and the Caribbean region. The event brings together export and investment-ready firms, international trading companies, financiers, government agencies and other business entities seeking investment or commercial opportunities with Caribbean businesses and organizations globally.

    Go Caribbean! presents strategic opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs looking for avenues to grow and expand your business in the Caribbean. With over 700 expected attendees, the Expo is great platform to showcase your business and make strategic connections with the Caribbean Diaspora and Caribbean-focused businesses in the US.  Join me, as I talk with Kevin Howell, Anchor Strategy Group - Caribbean and Caribbean Diaspora Consulting Firm.

  • Hoosier Huddle Post Game: Indiana 38 Western Kentucky 35

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    Sammy Jacobs, T.J. Inman and Nick Holmes take a look back at IU's win over Western Kentucky. 

  • 00:45

    The New Western and Westerns in Film and Television

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    AUGUST 13, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio

    THEME: The New Western and Westerns in Film and Television


    Kirk Ellis - Screenwriter, Producer, Emmy Awards and Humanitas Prize Winner. Kirk is a Western Writers of America (WWA) Spur Award Winner for Best Drama Script, as well as a Wrangler Award Winner from the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

    Anne Hillerman- Author of eight non-fiction books and WWA  Spur Award Winner for the Best First Novel.

    THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: When most of us think of reading westerns, classic western authors such as Louis L'Amour or Zane Grey come to mind.  But several contemporary authors are taking the themes of the traditional Western and applying them in more contemporary settings.  If you enjoy stories about semi-nomadic wanderers who live hard lives, mostly in wilderness settings, dealing with questions of honor and justice, you might want to try one of these stories of the new west. Also Westerns today are  in both movies and television. But you may be surprised to learn that Westerns are the major defining genre of the American film industry. They are one of the oldest, most enduring and flexible genres and one of the most characteristically American genres in their mythic origins. Let's learn more about the new western and westerns in todays' film and television.

  • 00:45

    Contemporary Western Music and the Publishing of Westerns in Today’s Market

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    AUGUST 27, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio

    THEME: Contemporary Western Music and the Publishing of Westerns in Today’s Market


    Jim Jones - New Mexico Author and singer whose books and songs have educated, informed and entertained people around the world. Winner of the 2013 Western Writers of America  Spur Award for Western Song of the Year.

    Carol Markstrom - Singer/songwriter who plays acoustic guitar and performs Western, folk, and Americana. Carol is also a non-fiction writer and recently published children’s book. 

    Tiffany Schofield - Tiffany Schofield, Senior Editor at Five Star Publishing (a part of Cengage Learning/Gale).

    Bob Clark- Editor-in-Chief of Washington State University Press, former Assistant Director/Publisher at the University of Oklahoma and Former past President and Owner of Arthur H. Clark Company


    Western music is not to be confused with Country music. Western music is a form of American folk music composed by and about the people who settled and worked throughout the Western United States and Western Canada. The Mexican folk music of the American Southwest also influenced the development of this genre.  With the Traditional Western being a genre of various arts, such as comics, fiction, film, games, radio, television and music, getting "westerns" published and in the hands of fans can also be confusing and a challenge to understand. Tonight we learn about today's contemporary western music and about how today's publishing experts get the western genre to market.

  • 00:45

    The Traditional Western - Still a Good Read

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    AUGUST 6, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio

    THEME: The Traditional Western - Still a Good Read


    Candy Moulton- A Wyoming native and author of 13 Western history books, co-edited a collection of short fiction and written, produced. Candy is a two-time Western Writers of America Spur Award winner, an Oregon Heritage and Silver Remi Award winner and as well as a Finalist at the International Family Film Festival in Hollywood.

    Monty McCord - Award Winning Author, President of the Adams County Historical Society a member of the Nebraska Writers Guild Author and Spur Finalist Award for Best Western Audio Book. 

    Phil Mills - Phil Mills, Jr. is an Award Winning Author and owner of a collection of more than 3,000 hardback western books. His first novel, “Where a Good Wind Blows” won a Finalist Award for Best 2010 Western Audio book from the Western Writers of America.


    The Traditional Western is a genre of various arts, such as comics, fiction, film, games, radio, and television. Westerns are devoted to telling stories set primarily in the latter half of the 19th century in the American Old West, hence the name. Many feature American Indians, bandits, cowboys, lawmen, outlaws, and soldiers, and as well as spectacular mountain scenery. Some are set in the American colonial era. There are also a number of films about Western-type characters in contemporary settings. Western Writers specialize in all types of western historical non-fiction, fiction and tales of the American frontier. Many consider the golden age of the historic west to have occurred for only three decades, from the end of the civil war to the beginning of the 20th century. Western fiction peaked during the 1960's and is still alive and well. Why are traditional Westerns still…a very a good read?

  • 01:49

    DAVE STAMEY & PHILL RANDALL Celebrate our Western Heritage on the CAMPFIRE CAFE'

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    WMA's Entertainer of the Year DAVE STAMEY & Custer State Parks 50th Anniversary Buffalo Round Up with PHILL RANDALL...THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17th NOON CST on Equestrian Legacy Radio's CAMPFIRE CAFE'

    We visit with and share the music of Entertainer of the Year DAVE STAMEY
    PHILL RANDALL will give us inside scoop on the 50th Anniversary of Custer State Park's Annual Buffalo Round Up taking place September 25th in The Black Hills of Custer South Dakota!

    It's a Celebration of the West and western culture and heritage this week on the CAMPFIRE CAFE'!

    Join GARY HOLT and BOBBI JEAN BELL every Thursday at Noon CST with lively conversation and music from your favorite entertainers as well as interesting stories and information from guest in the wonderful World of Horses!
    EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO is Heard Around the World on our FREE Mobile App and Online at www.equestrianlegacy.net
    *If you miss the Live Show you can listen to the Archived Podcast Anytime*



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    POWDER BURNS: A WESTERN AUDIO DRAMA - PILOT - SEE the Wild West as Sheriff Burns does. WITHOUT SIGHT. 

    The show brilliantly legitimizes the audio drama genre in it's use of a blind central character, allowing the listening audience to observe events as Sheriff Burns does; and tackles social and ethical issues still troubling America today, all is the guise of a classic radio Western.

    General Emmet Burns returns home after the Civil War and is reinstated as his town's Sheriff. 
    When a freak accident renders him blind, he struggles to serve out his term with the help of his able Deputy, Prentice Bell, until the town's next election. 
    But holding the war-torn community together one last time is tougher than he bargains for...

  • 01:51

    Yardie Skeptics (S.03, ep.15): Judges and the Justice System in the Caribbean

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    The Yardie Skeptics return this Sunday, September 20th at 12:30pm EDT (11:30am Jamaica time) to take into the very private, rarely investigated professional life of Caribbean judges. What kind of training is required to be a judge in the Caribbean and what is the philosophical framework which informs the notion of "justice" in the Caribbean - is it restorative or simply about vengeance? What is the role of the judiciary in the establishment and protection of human rights and what ideologies influence such rights - secular or religious?

    Joining us live on air will be Madam Justice Jacqueline Cornelius of the High Court of Barbados; Justice Douglas Mendes, former Court of Appeal Judge for Belize; and Chief Magistrate Ann-Marie Smith also from Belize. This promises to be quite an educational episode so do tune in and land a coveted opportunity to talk justice with a Caribbean judge! 

    Be sure to catch us at the beginning when we explore the interesting Jamaican-Nicaraguan connection as seen from the perspective of the Bacons - a family brought together by a whirlwind romance between two love birds on different sides of the Caribbean. 

  • 00:46

    The Western Trails - Legend, Facts and Great Stories

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    AUGUST 20, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio

    THEME: The Western Trails - Legend, Facts and Great Stories


    Will Bagley- Author of over 20  books. Will's work has won every major prize in Western History--an Old Joe, the Spur, the Wrangler, the Caroline Bancroft, the John W. Caughey Prize for the year's most distinguished book on the history of the American West, and the Merrill J. Mattes Award for Excellence in Writing.

    Melody Groves - Southern New Mexico Author whose novels reflect her fascination--and ties--with that era of the Old West--gunfighters. Her books reflect her passion for rodeo and appreciation of historic wooden bars. Yes bars--the front and back wooden structures. 

    THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: In the American Old West, trails were used by immigrants from the eastern United States, between 1830 and 1870. These colonists began to settle various regions of North America west of the Interior Plains, during the overland migrations of the mid-19th century.  There were two major wagon networks, one based typically out of Missouri and the other out of Santa Fe de Nuevo México. These trail networks have become embedded in the folklore of the United States as one of the significant influences that have shaped the content and character of the nation. Whether its a fact or a legend, behind it always lie a great story.

  • 02:03


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    Join me 8 dont be late.....great Caribbean JAZZ