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Fancalls is the first Online Radio Talk show that allows the fans to call in and ask their favorite artists ONE question. Tonight Zac Taylor will be on the line. Zac Taylor is a young inspiring singer. He was born and raised in West Palm Beach, FL. Zac has been singing since the age of 7 years old. He joined his school chorus and realized that he loved to sing. As Zac got older he realized that he had a really good voice and was one of the best in his chorus class. Zac started putting up videos on Youtube when he was about 16 years old and has continued to do that since. He has performed at a few local talent shows (Wellington Idol and Downtown at the Gardens).
TONIGHT he is talking to his fans all over the world with us. So please join us. Call in 646-929-1325 then press the number 1 if you want to talk to him and have your most important question ready to ask Tristan yourself. If you just want to listen, call in 646-929-1325 and don't press the number 1. Fans will be connected one by one to talk to Zac LIVE. Each fan will have 2 minutes to talk and then we will move on to the next caller. Please make sure to state your first name and where you are calling from when we answer YOUR call and prepare ONE question to ask him. All calls are recorded and everyone can hear each conversation on their computer, Ipod, Ipad or cell phone. Don't forget to turn off the volume of your computer when your call is answered. We will talk to Tristan for ONE hour today!
We will also play his brand new single 'Crank Me Up'. So if you can't think of a question let him know what you think of his new song. So get ready to TURN UP its Tristan Tuesday LIVE on Fancalls!!
Join Corey Paul and I, Roger Finch as we discuss the movie and the latest events.
Corey Paul, the writer/director will join me from his home in NC to update us all on the latest events and also how support and popularity is growing for this pro-life movie!
Starring David Garrett as Zac Ryan with Jeff Joslin, Kendra Staub, and Matt Godson
LIFE changes everything ; August 1st and 2nd, we will be showing DISCOVERING ZAC RYAN at the Sandell Drive-in, located in Clarendon, Texas.
Tonight's Soar radio will be all about Zac Ross! Zac is quiet in person but you definately will feel his presence on or off the field. Born in Kasas City but graduated high school from Muskogee, Ok. Then continued his journey to Oklahoma State and finished his sports career at Harding College! Now Zac is still changing lives by devoting his life and staying true to what he knows by coaching high school sports! Please tune in so you can hear the awesome things he is doing and listen to what it took from him to get where he is now!!! LET'S GO!
Have you heard of Tuesdays With Morrie? This great book is now a play and it's being produced by Stage One, directed by Pat Thom. Zac Curtis plays Mitch Albom. We talked about the play, about acting, about life ... what a great conversation! PLEASE NOTE: there are a couple of dead spots, created by your illustrious host, moi, due to "technical difficulties":):) Please hang in there through those spots. thanks!
Join your host Edie Baran as she talks arts in Janesville and beyond! Originally from Chicago, Edie is a professional storyteller who has been involved with the arts scene in Rock County for many years. Look for exciting guests showcasing the variety and creativity of arts in our area! Only on Janesville Community Radio!
Zac Curtis talks about the 2nd Annual 24Hour Play Festival at UW-Rock County. Writers, directors, actors, and this year musicians and visual artists, will have from 7pm Friday night to 7pm Saturday night to put together a live theatre production! It's mayhem, chaos, and sheer joyful energy! The event is Feb 21 & 22. There will be a public performance Sat Feb 22 at UW-Rock County Theatre
Three Rivers...One Show returns to City of Champions Radio, and October baseball is the biggest item on the menu. Matt Gajtka, Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss open their discussion with the Pittsburgh Pirates, who need to win the wild card game Wednesday to advance to their second consecutive National League Division Series. How good are the Bucs' chances with Edinson Volquez on the mound against the Giants? Did they make the right choice in going all out for the division title in Cincinnati? What chance do they stand against the Nationals if they get through? The guys also address shocking home stumbles from the Steelers and Pitt football and wonder if the Penguins' stars will be ready for the regular season.
After a week off, Three Rivers...One Show returns with the usual wide-ranging discussion on the Pittsburgh sports scene. Matt Gajtka, Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss start with the Pirates, who have used a remarkable September surge to climb to the brink of another playoff berth. What's been the most encouraging part of their sprint up the standings? How do they stack up when compared to the other National League contenders? What is the optimal lineup and pitching rotation should they survive a likely wild-card game? Later in the show, the guys address the Steelers' erratic start, Pitt football's opening month and the opening of Penguins training camp, as the Mike Johnston-Jim Rutherford regime takes a crack at reinventing the franchise.
Stacy is coming fresh off of a terrific bowl game performance and showing his ability in the East West Shrine Game.
He has displayed the ball skills and vision needed to excel at the next levle and also hasn't avoided contact, almost inviting it at times.
Zac caught up with Joe Everett of Rookie Draft and offered up his thoughts on day one and his NFL Draft process.
Like many before him, South Carolina native Ricky Young traveled a long and winding road to Nashville. As a former University of South Carolina alum and baseball player, he spent five years after college in the minor leagues, playing gigs anywhere he could find a stage and the time.
If there is a “correct way” to come to Nashville, Young is textbook. He has established himself as a student of the craft of songwriting, securing coveted co-writes with Zac Brown Band, Lee Brice, Dave Gibson, Steven Williams and Stephen Allen Davis. He earned the respect of Nashville because of his pointed, damn-near-perfect lyrics.
Young’s first single “Could You Love Me Again” hit radio in February of 2013, and his army of fans have been buzzing about it for months. His YouTube channel has over a million views, the video for “Could You Love Me Again” went viral, garnering 100,000 views in its first week. Young’s next single “I Carry It With Me” is a duo with fellow Carolina crooner and long time friend Lee Brice, and is set to release in early next year.
This year, Young is releasing his follow-up EP, "Feels Damn Good," and is touring the southeast/midwest. The first single release on the EP is "Baby Wussup," a feel-good summer song featuring Bubba Sparxx that was released April 1, 2014. "Baby Wussup" and the other tracks on Feels Damn Good were written by Young and he feels his true affliction and creative style in music is breaking through in this album.
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