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J.J. Thames was raised in a blue-collar family.
J.J. began performing at the tender age of 9 years old, and became a blues- shouting banshee by the time she was just 18 years old.
She cut her teeth after moving down to Jackson, MS. Where she began to perform with the celebrated "Chitlin' Circuit superstars like; Marvin Sease.
J.J. and I will explore her roots and check out tunes from her album, Tell You What I Know.
Ken Chester "Sugar Brown" Kawashima was born in Bowling Green Ohio.
His attachment to the Blues came while he studied at the University of Chicago by day and prowled the blues clubs at night, backing artists such as Taildragger and "Big Eyes" Smith.
He now lives in Toronto, and his latest album is entitled Sugar Borwns Sad Day and Sugar and I will chat about his journey to where he is today while we listen to tunes from the album.
Polly O'Keary began playing music in bars in Mexico at 16, and after a early rock career that included a record deal, she fell in love with blues at 28.
She was first named Washington Blues Society Female Vocalist of the Year in 2004, and has won it twice more since then.
Her first and second albums were well-reviewed, and the second was named Album of the Year by the WBS, and Polly was named Songwriter of the Year.
She spent time touring with Too Slim & The Taildraggers and is now back in the Northwest with a new trio. Polly and I will discuss her career and listen to songs from her latest, Compass.
Tweed Funk originally came to The Couch back in April of 2012. They return with their new album, First Name Lucky and we will find out what the band has in store for 2014 while we listen to cuts form the album.
Brown Sugar UnKut W/ Queen Brown Ric And Co-Host @ConnieAmarilla On #WSMR Every Saturday Night From 9-11pm EST Broadcasting Live From St.Louis, MO! Check Out The Crazy Topics And Enjoy Some Real Talk From Real People On Real Issues!! Brown Sugar Uncut Is Your Home Away From Home, Somewhere You Can Speak Your Mind And Be Excatly Who You Are. Is A Call In Live (646)727-2352 And Also Follow @Keysh_B and @ConnieAmarilla On Twitter And @Keysha_B On IG. Follow La Rosé Apparel on Facebook, Twitter, IG @LaRoseApparel !!
Inside The Investigation hosted by, Joshua Askew, an award winning Private Investigator and founder of JMA Investigative Services, Inc. www.InsideTheInvestigation.com
Our guest, Tuesday, January 27th at 6pm is Mr. Steven K. Brown. Steve is a Private Investigator, author of several books and a former FBI Agent. Steve is known for numerous cases he has handled over the years, including the Haleigh Cummings case from Satsuma, FL.
Steve and I will discuss the Haleigh Cummings case and we will welcome call in's to the show with questions. If time permits, Steve will also hit on other topics (TBA)
Steven Kerry Brown began his investigative career as a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As a special agent and supervisory special agent he worked in Phoenix, Chicago, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
For the last 30 years he has successfully managed his own private investigative firm, Millennial Investigative Agency (www.stevenkbrown.com)
Author - The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Private Investigating, Redeeming The Dead, 5 Things Women Need To Know about the Men they date, as well as non-fiction magazine articles on gambling, has appeared in the local and national press, including Hard Copy, A Current Affair and on 60 Minutes with Mike Wallace.
Steve is an avid sailor, has held a 100 ton U.S. Coast Guard Captain’s license, sailed throughout the Caribbean, & spent two years as captain of a 60ft ketch running sailing charters in the Bahamas.
Steve is currently working on two novels and is hard at work on a true crime book based on one his cases.
We welcome and encourage our listeners to call in with questions or comments. Our studio number is (646) 668-2693
Visit us at sasquatchchronicles.com! Tonight on Show Notes- I have on with me, my friends Jon and Sara Brown. They have ongoing activity on their property in WA State. We will discuss their thermal footage, me and Wes' visit to their property, and their current plans to drive the subject forward. Call in 646-716-8791.
Meet author Deborah L. Killion. She'll be stopping by the show to chat with me about her new book,The Ultimate Guide to Real Work at Home Opportunties That Pay Real Money: When You Are Really Serious About Making Money From Home.
About the book:
Do you want to make a serious income from home? Tired of making a few pennies here and there for laborious tasks? Deb Killion makes over $3000 per month working at home as an entrepreneur. She owns her own technology and creative media content creation business. But there are hundreds of other opportunities which allow you to make a full-time income from home. In this second eBook about working at home for real money, Deb explores the many opportunities available to someone who just wants to make a real living from their home. Whether you want to start your own business or work as an employee at home for someone else, she teaches you how to analyze your talents, find a job that fits those skills, and go for the gold. In this no holds barred approach, she also encourages budding entrepreneurs and work-at-home employees alike to never take "no" for an answer.
Cindy Brown says, Academic Advising is her Vocation! Youth Adoption, Mentoring & Writing is her Passion! Empowering others is her Calling! God is her Focus!
She enjoys writing and empowering others to step 'outside the box,' and then to throw the box away! She is always busy in seeking & solving the next big challenge! She is a true visionary enjoying the middle years of her blessed life!
Stacy is a Relationship Coach that helps women to restore their hope, faith and confidence through reflective writing and life coaching. She is a motivational catalyst that believes in empowering women to live their best lives by stepping out by faith to fulfill their purpose.
Stacy has experienced many setbacks, trials and tragedies along her journey. She knows pain first hand and as result she has dedicated her life to helping other women to rise above adverisities. For Stacy, the challenges has helped to shape her life, gave her the strength to pursue the dreams and God molded her character to not simply settle but work towards being the best and accomplishing greatness.
Time 2 PUSH Prayer Line Ministries presents the BiblentheHood Noon Day School of Prayer with Nora Love & Vonita Brown
Nora Love is a seasoned Woman of God who takes us deep into the prayer closet as she shares biblical truth and spiritual insight about prayer, Holy living and the Work of the Holy Spirit.
Vonita Brown is a Mighty Prayer Warrior and dynamic Prayer Strategist who takes command with prophetic prayers to encourage the Body of Christ
The Noon Day School of Prayer is broadcast Monday through Wednesday from 12:30pm to 1:00pm (PST) Call in your prayer request...Get on the Call!
It's time 2PUSH- Pray Until Something Happens
BibleNTheHood meets every Thursday @ 7pm
Restoration City Church 730 Taylor Street Fairfield, CA
Neva Lema, Pastor
He started off on Fridays, after KINGS IN THE MORNING, Tony Brown from Detroit, with the mad tunes and spins and entertainment, the way you want it. 347-205-9366 or just simmer back on medium, and get a heavy bite of these rhythm and blues and hip hop serves, nicely. Every Tuesday on the pm, enjoy Tony Brown any way you want to.
TODAY the COOL CRITICS, we will be talking to Kimberly F. Brown. She is the key figure from THE BROWN REPORT. The DOJ report on the Cleveland Police Department, which should be a very interesting conversation. From the promotion of the BROWN REPORT, it appears she will be precise, honest and CUTTING. Eventually these conversations we are all having should bear fruit in the result of change in the country for the better of all of us.
347-205-9366 is the number to get you connected to THE COOL CRITICS, we are not afraid to talk to anyone about anything - 347-205-9366 - ya game??? Then LETS DO IT!
On my show we talk Politics, Article V, Convention of the States, Liberty, Gun rights, Health Care, Terrorism, Taxes, 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, The United States Constitution, World News, religion, abortion and more. I welcome Libertarian, Repulican & Democrats to listen and call in with their own views. This does not mean I will agree with them but then again that is what makes for great radio! On my show there is No Spin, there is no fluff and defiantly no poitical correctness will be had, I will not sugar coat anything and I will give you facts. If you disagree with those facts please feel free to present your own otherwise I will disregard your opinion based on your assumption only.
The green canopies of the Fourth Coast Cafe jut out from the old brick building near the corner of Vine street and Westnedge avenue in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The only twenty-four hour cafe in the city and, as far as I know, in the state is a social hub for a community of college students, alumni, free thinkers, and everyone else. It's a shining beacon of warmth and caffeine in even the darkest and coldest nights. The side door might be closed in the winter, but the front door is never locked.
As I enter through the glass door, the scent of coffee mingles with the smell of the street and the smoke of a couple on the sidewalk talking about politics, philosophy, and the latest additions to their record collections. To the right of the stairway, which leads up to the Crow's Nest restaurant, is another glass door which swings into the cafe. My ears are treated to snippets of conversations ranging from chess moves to stories of drunken debauchery. To my left, a barista turns on an industrial sized coffee grinder as another presses levers on a well used espresso machine, eliciting a low hiss as espresso fills a tiny metal cup. The place smells of old art, new coffee, fresh tea, and human energy. This coffee shop is where people come to meet with old friends and new minds. This is where they come to plan, and at times even create, new works of poetry, drawings, novels, and everything else which breaths life into life. This place is the living breath of Kalamazoo.
I add a little sugar to my drink and fall in love with the dull clank of the spoon against the thick walls of the tall glass cups the cafe uses. I look around and see that my usual table, in the center of the room, is taken, so I make my way to the bar stools and take a seat there. The chairs are surprisingly comfortable for being simple wooden seats. It's clear that the cafe knows well that people come here to stay for long periods at a time.
slow jamz on a Sunday with rula brown