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Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves Kevin Chalfant. Music fans know Kevin best from his time as lead singer for the uber popular group, Journey for a limited run.
Chalfant's first national success came when he joined the group 707 in 1982. With Chalfant on lead vocals, the band enjoyed its biggest hit, "Mega Force", which peaked at #12 on Billboard 's Mainstream Rock chart but soon after they disbanded.
In 1984, Chalfant joined the band Steel Breeze. He recorded one album with the band, Heart on the Line, before leaving in 1985.
Chalfant later formed The Storm in 1990 with guitarist Josh Ramos and (former) Journey members Ross Valory (bass), Gregg Rolie (keys), and Steve Smith (drums). Journey, a multi-platinum band that was also no stranger to internal conflict, had undergone several personnel changes over the years. As Journey was splintering, The Storm was brewing.
Released by Interscope Records in late 1991, The Storm hit the album charts and the band's first single, "I’ve Got A Lot To Learn About Love" surged well into the Top 40 of the Hot 100. Faring even better at Mainstream Rock radio, the single peaked at #6 on the national Billboard charts, and its follow-up, "Show Me The Way" went to #22. That spring, the band went on a major US tour with Bryan Adams and opened for Peter Frampton. When the band was ready to release the second album, the label was emerged in the genre of rap. Therefore, when the album was finally released in 1996, the band was no longer viable.
In 1993, Journey came calling but by 1995, Steve Perry decided to return to the band leaving Chalfant out.
After some time off, Chalfant put out his first solo album and now is a member of The Voices of Rock.
Kevin will be at Wheeling Island Hotel, Casino and Racetrack in West Virginia. Get your tickets here:
With the ECHL season underway, Gospel of Hockey co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder welcome Wheeling Nailers voice DJ Abisalih back to the program to talk pro pucks. The guys discuss the fresh campaign in Wheeling and the first four weeks of the NHL season before Matt and Larry deliver their weekly Local Hockey Report.
After a nice warmup skate, the Gospel of Hockey is set for the regular season schedule. Unfortunately, the NHL isn't quite ready, so co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder will continue to explore other ways to get your hockey fill. This week's subject is the ECHL, as Wheeling (W.Va.) Nailers broadcaster D.J. Abisalih joins the program to discuss the premier "AA" hockey league in America. The Nailers have just begun their 21st season in West Virginia after changing ownership and re-committing to Wheeling for the long term. How can the Nailers attract more Penguins fans from the Pittsburgh area to check out the ECHL? What does having a local owner mean for the relationship between the Nailers and the Ohio Valley community? How can Wheeling continue its recent run of on-ice success and make the playoffs for the third straight season? Listen as Matt, Larry and D.J. talk ECHL on the Gospel of Hockey!
Having been a blackjack dealer for 16 years, Connie Allen has seen the ins and outs of a casino. She decided to give some insights and and tips in her book "The Casino Through a Delaer's Eyes".
We talk to Allen about the book and a new way to look at a casino.
A loose, free wheeling discussion about women and women's issues, on as absolutely many topics as we can cover. Mainly, we'll be discussing the differences between what makes a Bad Bitch, and Not A Bad Bitch.
John Lennon Exlored:#2
Join Paul Smith and Steve Champagne as they set their fun-loving, free-wheeling sights on the primarily Lennon Beatles songs "No Reply" and "I'm A Loser". Unrepentantly "John is my favorite Beatle", Paul and Steve will address the vocals, the music, the lyrics, and anything loosely associated therewith in a manner possibly best described as somewhere between laughing, crying, and "being condemned to eternal damnation for such blatantly obvious idolatry". High school and long time friend John Bard shows up to complete the John, Paul and Why didn't my mom call me George Steve Champagne.
Without live mixing, the audio quality is questionable, distorting even, but with 3 live events of the week, 3 celebrity deaths, several films and television shows and another way our brains lie to us each day it’s still YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, full of the kind of free-wheeling, irreverent, insightful and occasionally inspiring conversation you’ve come to expect from your friends in podcasting, Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness!
Please enjoy responsibly.
TPNRS discuss the sale and possible move of the Wheeling Nailers with beat writer Shawn Rine and preview tomorrow night's game with the East-leading New York Rangers.
The Wall Street Journal calls Chad Hymas one of the 10 most inspirational people in the world and he’s stopping by to share his story. In 2001, at the age of 27, Chad’s life changed in an instant when a 2,000-pound bale of hay shattered his neck leaving him a quadriplegic. But Chad’s dreams were not paralyzed that day – he became an example of what is possible. He is one of the youngest ever to receive the Council of Peers Award for Excellence, CPAE and to be inducted into the prestigious National Speaker Hall Of Fame. Today Chad is a bestselling author, president of his own Communications Company, Chad Hymas Communications, Inc., and is a recognized world-class wheelchair athlete. In 2003, Chad set a world record by wheeling his chair from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas. That’s 513 miles. You can learn more about Chad HERE and follow him on Facebook, and Twitter.
Welcome to the relaunch of the RINO Hour of Power, with your host Rick Moran. After a brief hiatus, RHOP is back with a slightly different format and bigger and better guests.
To help me kick off the new RINO Hour of Power, I've recorded a two-part conversation with my brother Terry Moran, chief foreign correspondent for ABC News. We'll have a free wheeling discussion about the world, the state of journalism, and Terry's remarkable career. Part Two of the conversation will air on next week's show - June 3 at 8:00 PM Eastern.
Also joining me to discuss current events will be Jazz Shaw of Hot Air.
We stream live from 8:00 - 9:00 PM Eastern Time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
Year 8 of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour continues with part 2 of a 2 part special episode “authored” by our loyal listener in Germany, Ulrike, and this is one sequel that is even better than the original!
Dean and Phil reset many topics dear to their hearts and integral to the show’s past, sharing new insights in an episode that will be great fun for longtime listeners and a superb introduction to the show for newcomers!
This week, those topics include The Truth is Out There, reviews, actors unions, road trips, Lily Holleman, Dean’s painting, the “founding fathers”, and the importance of gratitude.
Also, the climax of the show is the ultimate throw-down over the feature film The X-Files: I Want to Believe. As longtime listeners know, Dean has been a severe critic of it whereas Phil has defended its merits. This week, the debate is reset … And Phil blows Dean’s mind! X-Philes won’t want to miss it. Nor will anyone who enjoys good, free-wheeling, irreverent, insightful and often inspirational conversation!
Guest Host @davidbix takes the reins in a free-wheeling conversation about the life and times of the one-of-a-kind Ultimate Warrior.
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