• Peach State Pandemonium

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    Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jerry Oates, and Bobby Simmons, where we take you down memory lane for a look at professional wrestling the way it used to be, with conversations from those who paved the way.

  • 02:02

    ANTONE "CHUBBY" TAVARES - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW- THUR, DEC 11, 2014 - 6:00 PM PST

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    he Tavares brothers, whose parents were of Cape Verbena descent, started performing in 1959 as Chubby and the Turnpikes when the youngest brother was 9 years old. Future Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer appeared as the "token white-guy drummer" in an early incarnation of Tavares. Chubby and The Turnpikes signed with Capitol Records in 1967 and had a couple of local hit records including "I Know The Inside Story" in 1967 and "Nothing But Promises" in 1968. By 1973, they had changed their name to Tavares and scored their first R&B Top 10 (Pop Top 40) hit with "Check it Out" that same year, and soon began charting regularly on the R&B and pop charts. Their first album included their brother Victor, who sang lead on "Check it Out", but dropped out of the group shortly after. In 1974 Tavares had a #1 R&B hit with Hall & Oates' "She's Gone," (which became a hit for Hall & Oates as well two years later). Tavares followed up that success with "Remember What I Told You to Forget."


     


    1975 turned out to be their most successful year chart-wise, chalking up a Top 40 Pop album (In the City) and their biggest hit, the Top 10 Pop/#1 R&B smash "It Only Takes a Minute", which was later successfully covered by both Jonathan King and Take That, and recently sampled by Jennifer Lopez. They parlayed this success into a spot as an opening act for The Jackson 5 KC and The Sunshine Band was also on this tour. "Minute" was followed by a string of hits: "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel" (1976), "Don't Take Away the Music" (1976), and "Whodunit" (1977, another #1 R&B hit), among others. In 1977 they also recorded "I Wanna See You Soon", a duet with Capitol label mate Freda Payne which received airplay on BBC Radio 1 but failed to chart.


     


     

  • Peach State Pandemonium

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    Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jerry Oates, and Bobby Simmons, where we take you down memory lane for a look at professional wrestling the way it used to be, with conversations from those who paved the way.

  • Peach State Pandemonium

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    Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jerry Oates, and Bobby Simmons, where we take you down memory lane for a look at professional wrestling the way it used to be, with conversations from those who paved the way.

  • Peach State Pandemonium

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    Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jerry Oates, and Bobby Simmons, where we take you down memory lane for a look at professional wrestling the way it used to be, with conversations from those who paved the way.

  • Peach State Pandemonium

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    Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jerry Oates, and Bobby Simmons, where we take you down memory lane for a look at professional wrestling the way it used to be, with conversations from those who paved the way.

  • Peach State Pandemonium

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    Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jerry Oates, and Bobby Simmons, where we take you down memory lane for a look at professional wrestling the way it used to be, with conversations from those who paved the way.

  • 01:26

    New Music Inferno w/ NBC The Voice Season 7 Knockout Round Winners Ep. 2!!!

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    In order they call in:


    710-720 Luke Wade, 31 - Fort Worth, TX (Team Pharell) Won his Knockout Round against Taylor Phelan while singing "Rich Girl" by Hall & Oates


    Taylor Phelan, 25 - Dallas, TX (Originally Team Pharell & Stolen To Team Adam) Lost his Knockout Round against Luke Wade while singing "Rather Be" by Clean Bandit 


    Elyjuh Rene, 18 - Long Beach, CA (Team Pharrell) Won his knockout round against Ricky Manning by singing “With You” by Chris Brown


    DaNica Shirey, 25 - York, PA (Team Pharrell) Won her knockout round against Katriz Trinidad by singing "Saving All My Love For You" by Whitney Houston


    Mia Pfirrman, 19 - Covina, CA (Team Adam) Won her knockout round against Alessandra Castronov while singing "Human" by Christina Perri


    Ricky Manning, 19 - Cape Coral, FL (Now Team Gwen after being stolen from Team Pharrell) Lost his knockout round to Elyjuh Rene while sing "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus


    Taylor John Williams, 23 - Portland, OR(Team Gwen) Won his knockout round against Troy Ritchie while singing “Mad World” by Gary Jules


     

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    Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jerry Oates, and Bobby Simmons, where we take you down memory lane for a look at professional wrestling the way it used to be, with conversations from those who paved the way.

  • 03:01

    THE NOTES BEHIND THE MUSIC

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    Legendary Eliot Lewis keyboard player from Hall & Oats


    Eliot Lewis (born March 10, 1962) is an American rock, R&B and soul singer, keyboardist, guitarist, bassist, drummer, songwriter, and producer. He is best known for his work with Average White Band (1989-2002) and Hall & Oates (2003-present). Lewis is also an integral part of Live From Daryl's House, a monthly Internet-based show hosted by Daryl Hall that is now carried by several television and cable networks across the United States.Contents  


    2 Average White Band


    3 Hall & Oates
    4 Live From Daryl's House
    5 Solo artist
    Lewis grew up in Norwalk, CT, the youngest of three children, in what he describes as a very musical environment. Although his mother was a classical pianist, Lewis’ first instrument was the drums, which he discovered at age 10. When he was 12 years old, he formed his first band, Take Off, with three childhood friends. The father of Take Off’s bass player worked for several major record labels and was instrumental in exposing young Eliot to many of the artists of the day, including The Who, Elton John, and Alice Cooper. He even arranged a jam session for the boys at his house with Peter Frampton.


    At age 16, Lewis picked up the guitar and began writing his own songs. A few years later, he taught himself keyboards and bass, and learned to program synthesizers. Today, Lewis plays five instruments, and is a completely self-contained songwriter and musician.In his early 20s, Lewis was introduced to Dan Hartman, a singer, songwriter, and record producer responsible for hits such as "Free Ride," "Relight My Fire," and "I Can Dream About You." Lewis began working with Hartman, like Joe Cocker’s Unchain My Heart and Tina Turner’s Simply the Best.


     

  • 01:06

    Margo Rey returns with a message of Hope and Darelicous!

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    Margo Rey joined us earlier this year to share her incredible music and charitable work with Brides Against Breast Cancer, as well as her own journey through the disease as a two time "cancer warrior." Margo Rey's music has captured audiences worldwide with unforgettable melodies and connection to life's greatest struggles. Her biggest hit, "Let the Rain" — co-written with the legendary John Oates — remained on the charts for 21 weeks. She then generated more than 2 million dollars with the song to benefit the non-profit Brides Against Breast Cancer (BABC).


    Margo Rey began performing at just 11 years of age. A native of Mexico, she's fluent in English and Spanish, and possesses conversational skills in French and Italian. It's no wonder she's been able to deliver her alternative pop songs in eight languages! Now, Margo isn't only promoting the "I Do!" campaign for BABC, she's also teamed up with her husband Ron White on a Darelicious challenge to raise $10K!


    Margo says, "education and personal support are just as critical as prompt medical treatment." She volunteered her time to be the national ambassador for "Brides Against Breast Cancer" while undergoing chemotherapy and planning her own wedding to the famous comedian and actor Ron "Tater Salad" White. Margo is also about to re-release her holiday EP, This Holiday Night just in time for the holiday season featuring the original title track, “Silent Night,” and “Toyland” and just recorded  a Spanish version of “This Holiday Night.” We'll share some of Margo Rey's latest music and hear about Ron White's hilarious dare campaign in support of BABC, as well as get his take on being a caregiver.


     

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