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Ontario Country artist TIANNA WOODS is a dedicated and talented singer, songwriter and entertainer. She is trained in voice, acting, and dance (tap, hip hop, jazz, ballet and modern.) She also plays 6 instruments: piano, guitar, saxophone, drums, clarinet and fiddle. While in Japan a few years ago performing the lead role in the musical Anne of Green Gables, Tianna also toured the schools with her band performing for the children of Japan. She has just released her 7th single to Country radio. This one is called Rain On The Roses and was written by hitmakers Deric Ruttan & Cyril Rawson. Tianna considers herself fortunate to not only write with - but to also be friends with - hit songwriters Kerry Chater & Lynn Gillespie Chater.
KERRY CHATER & LYNN GILLESPIE CHATER have written a long list of hit songs we know and love. Chater Songs include Lee Greenwood's I.O.U., George Strait's You Look So Good In Love, Alabama's If I Had You, Paul Brandt's I Meant To Do That - and many more songs recorded by the likes of Lorrie Morgan, Restless Heart, Tanya Tucker, Highway 101 & Anne Murray. Kerry began his professional musical career in 1967 when he and his friend, Gary Puckett, formed the pop-rock band Gary Puckett and The Union Gap, For the last 25 years, Lynn has been traveling to Washington D.C. to lobby for copyright protection, and has been active in six pieces of legislation passed in Congress to aid creators of Intellectual Property. Together they're written two novels: Kill Point & Blood Debt.
Tune in for this episode featuring Tianna, Kerry and Lynn - and some great music!
The Westbank Country Opry - in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia - is gearing up to celebrate its 20th anniversary! In The Country is proud to present this 90 minute special featuring many of the Opry artists and their music.
Guests on this episode of In The Country are: Ben Klick, Sharon Heise, Beamer Wigley, Bill Bates, Jeremy Willis, Deb Stone, Pam Ferens, Ken & Linda Johnson, Lavern Panich, Karen Halvorsen.
Be sure to check out the Opry's website www.westbankcountryopry.com
James P. Gray has been a trial judge in Orange County, California since 1983. Before becoming a judge, he served as a Volunteer in the Peace Corps in Costa Rica, a staff judge advocate and criminal defense attorney in the Navy JAG Corps, a federal prosecutor in Los Angeles, and a civil litigation attorney in a private law firm, in addition to being a Republican candidate for US Congress in 1998, a Libertarian candidate for US Senate in 2004 and the 2012 Libertarian candidate for Vice President.
Judge Gray has discussed issues of drug policy on more than two hundred television and radio shows and public forums all across the country. Using his experience on the bench and elsewhere, he has also authored a book on the failed War on Drugs as well as Wearing The Robe, about practical and ethical issues in being a judge.
Curtis Davies has 30 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry and is considered one of the top real estate professionals on the West Coast. The city of San Francisco is still reaping the benefits from one of his more creative accomplishments - the conversion of the former Interstate Bank building into the San Francisco Omni Hotel. Davies has shared his expertise at numerous industry conferences and is often quoted in industry publications, such as The San Francisco Business Times and The Hotel Business Magazine. While at Grubb & Ellis from 1983 to 2000, Davies achieved “Top Ten” status company-wide.
Curtis Davies, from 2007 to 2008, was the Northern California co-chair of Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign. In 1984, he was honored to attend President Ronald Reagan’s Second Inaugural ceremonies. He considers himself to be a conservative Reagan Republican committed to freedom at home and abroad.
Curtis will be on the show this Thursday at 8pm EST to discuss the border crisis, immigration reform, Obamacare and working for Rudy Giuliani's campaign.
Today we will be talking about: What is an impressive first date? Do you think marriage is something that has to happen down the line in your relationship to the person that you are in love with? There talking about passing a law where you legal to buy liquor at the age 25 instead of 21. Do you think this is a right choice for the congress to make? Last topic will be giving these men advice of how they should treat there woman. So tune in and call in @ 347-215-9272.
We are proud to have on our show Chuck Wooten who is running for Congress for Arizona Congressional District 2. Chuck has been endorsed by " Northwest Conservatives", The Tea Party and many more.. The interview will be on Thursday July 24th at 7.00 PM EST. If you have a question for Chuck the call in number is-646-478-4848. So please join us. Thank You.
We will be talking sports and having fun doing it. Expected to be joined by one of the the stars of "Think like a Man Too" Gary Owen, who will discuss the movie and more. Also, Memphis Grizzlies G Vince Carter will join us to discuss his signing with the Grizzlies and more. Talking all things NFL training camps, MLB, NBA and so much more. Listen @ Blogtalkradio.com/pgant or call 646-727-3070
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Thursdays show explores what it takes to coach football for a living. What often starts out as a volunteer gig often sparks a passion that can change a person’s career path. Lots of guys think they have what it takes to coach at all levels, this week we explore what it really takes to make to top. Joining us this week is Coach Carlos Woods. Coach Woods has coached with the National Football League's Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals and at the college level at Delaware State University. Currently the head coach at Boyd Anderson High School in Lauderdale Lakes, FL, Coach Woods will be joining us to weigh in on what it takes to make it at all 3 levels. Coach David Riley will answer questions from our listeners in our “ask the Duck” segment. Join your host Coach P, and resident recruiting expert Coach Andre Wise for another episode of NSR Radio.
Continuing on in the study of some of the history of our country when it comes to the spiritual aspect, today's show picks up where Thursday's left off. I'll be taking a look at a couple more colonial charters and as well as some state constitutions and the words and actions of some of our founders in the earliest days of our country. Also, I'll present a closer look at the act passed both by Congress and President Ronald Reagan to proclaim 1983 the Year of the Bible. Times and opinions certainly have changed in 30 relatively short years. Also, if time permits, I'll talk a little bit about the economic foundations of this country and money policy and where that all started to go south. There probably won't be time for all that, but I'll cover what I can, and it starts at 4:30 Eastern time on American Faith today, with archived listening available as always.
When is a lawsuit a fundraising strategy? Just look at the drama around the threats to sue the POTUS. Threats follow accusations, polarizing lines have been drawn, and the contributions are rolling in on both sides of the question.
This is a sister strategy to "the never ending upset", an issue that has no hope of being resolved because it is in the financial interest of everyone to keep the fire burning and the campaign contributions coming.
And the data mining that happens in the process is a fundamental piece of this strategy. Every time a petition is signed, opinions are given, posts are shared, phone calls are answered, texts are sent, and tweets retweeted, personal data flows from the electorate to the fundraisers of those who would be elected.
Some say this need to create emotional giving is a big reason why Congress and Legislatures across America can’t/won’t get their job done. Have you seen this strategy in action? Let's talk about this!
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Jeanene Louden and co-host Debilyn Molineaux talk about current events and look for opportunities to bridge political divides, expose corruption and share information not covered in mainstream media.
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