• 00:57

    Radio: PI - 1/28/15 with Ryan Wilson

    in Hockey

    Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, buffoons of all ages, Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti's voice returns to the Pens Intiative airwaves! Hear his golden vocal melodies discussing everything Pittsburgh Penguins. For this edition of Radio: PI, Ryan Wilwon, Penguins writer at Hockeybuzz.com, joins Mike to rant on the recent Marcel Goc trade and touch on the outlook of this team for the second half of the season. Expect a pie graph or two. 


    A tribute is paid to a glorious hashtag and the usual asinine fun is had. 


    One more time for the road, #OhMyGoc! 


    Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti can be heard via PensIntiative.com on the Radio: PI Podcast Network. 

  • 01:56

    International Singer/Songwriter Kellianna

    in Entertainment

    Tonight Lady Tara welcomes International Songstress Kellianna!


    **This episode opens with the title track form Kellianna's CD, Lady Moon**


    Kellianna is an internationally renowned singer/songwriter and teacher performing powerful Goddess & Mythology inspired folk music and chant at gatherings and venues in 9 countries on 3 continents. She is a certified teacher of SpiritSong, a vocal healing workshop and a powerful tool for freeing the voice and accessing the authentic and unique sound that is you. Kellianna facilitates SpiritSong Circles and wheel of the year Ritual Chant Circles at festivals and shops all over the US, Canada, British Isles, Australia and Europe.
    She is a writer and collector of chant and takes great joy in sharing these chants in her circles. She is experienced in the art of ritual chant, and uses the song to move energy, to celebrate the ancient mysteries, to strengthen, empower, and manifest intention.


    For more information visit:


    Visit: www.kellianna.com


    www.magickschool.org


     

  • 01:05

    Why Women Are Rejecting “Good” Men

    in Family

    Withdrawal is a common male behavior in relationships, but it’s beginning to seem that entire groups of men are withdrawing from women in general. Men should not strive to stay out of trouble. We should strive to be the best men we can be. Only then are we worthy of women’s love. We shouldn’t complain if women are unenthusiastic about our lack of direction. We certainly shouldn’t cry victim if our spiritual listlessness drives them to the arms of men who pilot their own ships—or at least appear to do so.


     It wasn’t supposed to be this way. We men learned how to change diapers and cook risotto. We learned to watch for barely perceptible nods of approval before opening doors for women. We even learned to manscape, for goodness sake.


    Women were supposed to be happy with the new variety of men. Yet they are divorcing us just like they divorced our insensitive forefathers.  American woman initiate 69 percent of divorces. Who can blame women for being bored with men these days? Far too many of us have lost our masculine fortitude. That fortitude has nothing to do with being dominant or avoiding vacuum cleaners. It’s a product of solid values and strong backbones. I think most men are retreating from the sense that nothing they do is good enough, and women will forever be unhappy with them. They’re propelled even further by a small, but vocal, contingent of women who provide a steady stream of anger and disapproval.

  • 00:47

    Pastor Chris Walker Author of LemonstoLemonade shares his brokenness/restoration

    in Self Help

    Known for his powerful and dynamic vocal ability as a worship leader, Pastor Christopher has the ability to usher in the presence of God with boldness and fervor. His preaching is humorous, direct, personal, and cuts to the core of real issues. He has an anointing to bring healing to the soul, and encourage you to reach your destiny. Pastor Chris has ministered across the country as well as abroad in South Korea and the Bahamas. His vocal gift has given him a platform on Christian radio and television networks.


    To schedule Pastor Chris at your Church, Conference, or Special event call today! 352-321-2930 or visit us online at www.cathedralofpower.org. Or write us at: P.O. Box 120337 Clermont, FL 34712

  • 01:32

    FIRE FILES

    in Hip Hop Music

    By the beginning of Ronald Reagan?s two term tenure in 1981, Hip-Hop had already learned from an early age that the system was against it. Birthed in the Bronx, Hip-Hop?s home had witnessed a cross-town freeway pummel through half of its borough, and the other half go up in flames caused by faulty electric wiring and slum lords cashing in on insurance policies. Amongst the despair, Hip-Hop still managed to thrive on the musical expression of its DJ maestros, the acrobatic expression of its b-boy dancers, the visual expression of its graffiti writers, and the vocal expression of its crowd motivators. To any rapper?s delight, The Sugar Hill Gang released one of Hip-Hop?s first singles and propelled them to the spotlight. But the now that there was spotlight, they needed to shine it on a message.


    Enter Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five. Over drums, bass, and an infamous synthesizer, the first man to call himself an MC, Grandmaster Mele Mel recited the ills of his community and hardships he faced living within it on “The Message”. Mele Mel was an instrumental part in the song being released as well as broadening the spectrum of Hip-Hop content and awareness. This was in 1982.


    Twenty-five years later, Hip-Hop music has broken the borders of boroughs to reach as far as Britain and Brazil. The culture is now a billion dollar industry that caters to the senses: hearing the latest tracks while watching your favorite channel. Nowadays, a consumer is only a few clicks away from getting in touch with their favorite artist. But if Hip-Hop tastes so sweet, what stinks? Maybe it?s how that same industry leaves its pioneers to the side like Monday?s trash.

  • 00:43

    'Live And On The Air".

    in Entertainment

    Tonight Jan. 28th at 7.00 EST I will be interviewing Dee Sharp famous for singing "Mash Potatoes" and many other great songs. Dee Dee still performs and is capable of singing many different types of music with a her great vocal range. Please join me tonight to talk with this great lady about her career and life. The call in number to ask Dee Dee a question is-646-478-4848 .I hope you will join me -Thank You.

  • 00:30

    Interview with Braiden Turner of Blackwell

    in Music

    BLACKWELL returns to radio with their latest single called Welcome To The Country which has already became a huge favorite when the band performs live!


    BLACKWELL is a vocal trio led by singer/songwriter Braiden Turner along with singer/songwriter/guitarist Carey Blackwell and brother Dan Blackwell. All three are from musical families. Although Braiden is from Ottawa, much of her life has been spent in the small towns of southern Ontario where her family is from. Carey and Dan are from Northern Ontario where they began their musical lives 


    “Small town Ontario gives us the perspective of everyday people just like us” says Braiden, “We know how they think, because that’s how we think…and we can relate to them and they can relate to us! We’re all really very proud of our roots".


    What else that all three have in common is their love of vocal harmony, original songs, the richness of their roots and their desire to showcase their brand of originality. Carey is also adamant that Braiden be featured out front and that he and Dan play supporting roles.“That’s where we feel comfortable” says Carey, “Braiden is the perfect vocalist and personality to lead BLACKWELL to where we want to go. She’s creative, determined and has so much energy it’s scary!”

  • 02:06

    Greg Evensen http://www.theheartlandusa.com/

    in Religion

    Dr. Greg Evensen is an award winning Kansas State Trooper, has served in the US Army, was a Kansas Marshal, educator, author, professional vocalist, former national radio host, and is the CEO of Risk Assessment Consultants, LLC. Greg earned his doctorate in Criminal Justice in 1980, with a dissertation entitled “Security in America: Are we secure?” He also authored "The Sovereignty Papers" which is a recorded compilation of his essays, "Watching from the Ramparts,” a teaching historical overview, recorded two inspirational vocal CD’s, “Hymns from the Heartland” and “After the Storm.” Greg has hosted numerous events and has been a featured speaker for patriotic conferences across our nation. Most recently he hosted "A Patriot's Field of Dreams" in Jefferson City, Missouri.


    Over the past four years Greg has traveled and presented preparedness seminars across America specializing in teaching groups of everyday concerned citizens how to thrive and survive in a police state environment, using as his foundation, "The Castle Defense System" for training concerned Americans in a how to prepare scenario, should life as we know it change forever.

  • 00:12

    Harry James and His Orchestra ‎– I'm Always Chasing Rainbows / Baby, What You Do

    in Music

    (191) Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Harry James and his Orchestra  ‎– I'm Always Chasing Rainbows / Baby, What You Do to Me



    I'm Always Chasing Rainbows


    Vocals [Vocal Chorus] – Buudy Di Vito. Written-By – Carroll and  Mc Carthy 


    Fox Trot - From "The Dolly Sisters"


    The Dolly Sisters is a 1945 American Technicolor bio. film about the Dolly Sisters, identical twins  Jennie and Rosie Dolly, Hungarian-born entertainers. It starred Betty Grable, June Haver  and John Payne 



    Baby, What You Do To Me 


    Vocals [Vocal Chorus] – Kitty Kallen -By – George, James, and Newman 


    Label:Columbia ‎– 36899


    Format: Shellac  10", 78 RPM 


    Released: 1945 


    Genre: Jazz 


    Style: Big Band , Swing,Vocal


    Somebody asked me WHY are you doing this? WHY old 78 records?


    So without any good answer to give back I found this record for tonight's show 


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 


     


     

  • 01:56

    Live:Celebrity Link- THE ETHIOPIANS and Events in Jamaica of The 1966 - 1974

    in Music


    Live:Celebrity Link- THE ETHIOPIANS  and  Events in Jamaica of The 1966 - 1974


    The Ethiopians were a ska, rocksteady, and reggae vocal group, founded by Leonard Dillon (b. 9 December 1942, Port Antonio, Jamaica,  28 September 2011), Stephen Taylor and Aston Morris.The group started out recording for Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd in 1966. Dillon had previously released some mento songs under the pseudonym Jack Sparrow. Around late 1966, Morris left the Ethiopians. Having left Dodd, the Ethiopians started recording at Dynamic Studios for the W.I.R.L. label, releasing the rocksteady "Train to Skaville", which was their first success. In 1968, they recorded the song "Everything Crash", their first big hit. The song criticised the political situation in Jamaica at the time, such as water rationing and power cuts that led to unrest; such as an incident in which thirty one people were shot by the police. "Everything Crash" was later covered by Prince Buster. "The Whip" is another of their enduring songs from that period.

  • 01:58

    Charles International House Music 2-4pm EST Saturdays

    in Radio

    Charles Berrin is the RDJ of Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all the best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more.  Each Saturday from 2 to 4pm (EST) broadcasting from Washington, DC, USA.

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