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Topics Hot Off The Blok Celebrity news Fredro and C Tha God 10p-1015
Beyonce raps about the elevator fight 10-25-1035
Is Nicki Minaj The New Queen of Rap? or does that still belong to Lil Kim
Nicole Murphy dumps Michael Strahan or did she? 1045-1055p
Interview Guest of the night Model Timo Monroe 11pm-1115
who dumped who? Did Chris Dump Karrueche or did Karrueche dump chris
You know that we love to give you the Elders of Jazz - those who have paved the way in multiple ways. You're about to hear one of those Beloveds - Beegie Adair! Born in Cave City, Kentucky, in the 1930's, Beegie was playing piano at five. And learned those continuing lessons well. She left Bowling Green for more education in Nashville - and landed a prime gig at WSM Radio and TV - where she was a studio musician for nine years.
Ms. Adair also found her way to "The Johnny Cash Show" - where she served from 1969 to 1971. And in the days to come, she would work with a Who's Who of childhood heroes for many of us: Dinah Shore, Henry Mancini, Peggy Lee, Chet Atkins, Lucille Ball and more!
In 1982, Beegie formed a musical partnership with saxophonist, Dennis Solee. Called the Adair-Solee Quartet, the unit evolved into the Be-Bop-Co-Op, a Jazz Sextet. Eventually, she would record an album called "Escape to New York" under her own name. To research her discography is a night's work! Over 100 recordings - and her Beegie Adair Trio is responsible for about 35 of those.
The fabulous Jazz musicians that surrounded her: Nat Adderley, Bob Cranshaw, Gregory Hutchinson...well, that's enough for another show! And this amazing artist has also taught children the miracle of music - she freelanced in Nashville when women who were doing so were considered an oddity. And she formed a jingle company with her late husband. Matter-of-fact, our beautiful guest STILL plays for the Nashville Jazz Workshop - she has dates in August :)
You might have heard of the radio show, "Improvised Thoughts" via NPR? That was Beegie Adair! And she was invited to be on the syndicated "Piano Jazz" show with fellow keyboard Master, Marian McPartland.
Please join us for a VERY special time on 8/5/2014
The Shock Jock and "The Crazies" are back with the exclusives in the world of entertainment news, gossip,music and Pop culture
Are Celebrities and atheletes Roll models? 10- 1015
Jay-z Beyonce more stories of divorce 1020-1035
Domestic violence are both parties responsible?10.40- 11.05
Racism in Media?Stephen A Smith why he was forced to apologize to white america 11:10-11-20pm
Nicki Minaj double standard? 11.25-11.30pm
Plus Hot off the Blok celebrity news
Indepedent artist of the week
and Making fun of celebrities
Based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, SARA CROCKETT performs music that blends honest story telling and playful melodies in a mix of Country & Pop. After supporting Nanci Griffith in the Belfast Nashville Songwriters Festival in February 2013, Sara was invited to play as part of the Festival's Showcase in Nashville alongside hit songwriters in venues such as The Bluebird Cafe, and sang live on WSM 650 AM radio. Sara's debut EP Better Be Gone is now available on iTunes. Tune in to get to know this talented artist and her music - and learn more about her at www.saracrockett.com.
First Contact Radio 11/9/13 Show #1035 hosted by Joshua Poet
Mass Orange Orb Sighting! Raw video!
Alleged Piece Of A UFO
New Line Up For ABC Includes - Aleins who Target Children
INFORMATION RECEIVED DURING MY UFO ENCOUNTERS
FEW KNEW HOW CLOSE EARTH CAME TO ALIEN CONQUEST
4MIN News November 8, 2013: X1 Solar Flare, Ocean Rise Maps, GRAIL
White House tries to reassure Democratic lawmakers about Obamacare
Navy SEALs ordered to remove ‘don’t tread on me’ Navy Jack from uniformsl
Are YOU a Terrorist?c
It Turns Out Comet Ison is Planet X NIBIRU !!! NASA lied again.
Freak Asteroid With Six Comet Like Tails!
The Sky Live
Albert Einstein – The Nature of Life and Dimensions on Earth
Jesus November 3, 2013
Angel Message 4 U
FREE Meditation Music "Reflections"
Join author and illustrator, JD Holiday on Saturday, 9-28-13 at 10AM est, 9AM cst, 8AM mst & 7AM pst, OR Listen on Demand for three stories: Monique B.Martin's The Moon is Broken, and two stories by Gina Ricci's, Far to the North & Splish! Splash! Splosh! ~The Moon is Broken by Monique Martin~What happened to the moon and how do you fix it? That's one little girl's dilemma. She's determined to let God know so He can repair it before her bedtime. Buy: https://secure.mybookorders.com/Orderpage/1035 Monique Martin's site: themoonisbroken.com/ Two stories by Gina Ricci, Far to the North ~ Under the magical, starlit sky of the Far North, polar bears roam. Glimpse a young polar bear as he learns to swim, fish, and play in his wintry home. & Splish! Splash! Splosh! ~ In this rainy day adventure Sophie and her cat Sam spend the day splashing in puddles and puddles galore! Available in app form from iTunes and http://www.picpocketbooks.com/far-to-the-north http://www.picpocketbooks.com/splish-splash-splosh~Gina Ricci's site: www.meanderart.com JD's site: www.thebookgarden.net
7-8pm Eastern - Operation Evangelism #3 - Bryan Webber
8-9pm Eastern - Al Cuppett www.alcuppett.com
9-10pm Eastern - Emmitt Overton
My guest tonight is CAPTAIN CHARLES MOORE author of "Plastic Ocean."
Capt Moore found his true calling after a 1997 yacht race to Hawaii. On his return voyage, Captain Moore veered from the usual sea route and saw an ocean he had never known. "Every time I came on deck to survey the horizon, I saw a soap bottle, bottle cap or a shard of plastic waste bobbing by. Here I was in the middle of the ocean and there was nowhere I could go to avoid the plastic." Ever since, Captain Moore has dedicated his time and resources to understanding and remediating the ocean's plastic load. Along with collaborators from the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project he developed protocols for monitoring marine and beach micro-plastics which are now used worldwide.
He is the lead author of two scientific papers published in Marine Pollution Bulletin:"A Comparison of Plastic and Plankton in the North Pacific Central Gyre". Article by C.J. Moore, S.L. Moore, M.K. Leecaster, and S.B. Weisberg, Algalita Marine Research Foundation and Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Published in Marine Pollution Bulletin 42 (2001) 1297–1300. "A Comparison of Neustonic Plastic and Zooplankton Abundance in Southern California’s Coastal Waters". Article by C.J. Moore, S.L. Moore, S.B. Weisberg, G.L. Lattin, and A.F. Zellers; Algalita Marine Research Foundation and Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Published in Marine Pollution Bulletin 44 (2002) 1035–1038.
The first paper documented his 1999 study, which shocked the scientific world when it found 6 times more plastic fragments by weight in the central Pacific than the associated zooplankton. His second paper found that plastic outweighs plankton by a factor of 2.5 in the near coastal surface waters of Southern California.
At age 11, Joan, landed a spot on WSM’s Friday Night Frolics in Nashville and was invited to appear the following Saturday night on WSM’s live Grand ‘Ole Opry. At age 17, Joan auditioned for, and was awarded, the lead female spot on a live TV show, “Country Music Jubilee”, airing over WLTV, Bowling Green, Ky. Upon graduation from White County High School, Joan moved to Kentucky to continue work on her TV show. The live show began as a half-hour segment and over 2 ½ years, grew to 2 ½ hours of live country music and comedy. Joan was featured as the “Country Music Jubilee Sweetheart”. Her show became a tour stop for the Nashville Opry stars. Joan signed her first recording contract for Hummingbird Records. Her first single, “Crazy Stripes” b/w “I’ll Cherish Your Love” charted in Billboard and Cashbox. Her second single, “That’s A Fact of Life”, for a self-owned label, along with her manager and promoter, charted as well. In 2004, Joan’s and her husband’s music took a drastic turn when they each received an award from the Country Gospel Music Association. Joan received the honor of “Female Vocalist of the Year”. They obeyed the Lord’s call and dedicated their music to Him right then and there. Joan received the same award again in 2009. Also in 2009, Joan completed a college course that led to her ordination as a Music Minister by the Country Gospel Music Association. In 2012, Joan joined the CGMA’s leadership team and is currently serving as Ordained Music Minister Coordinator for that organization. Her newest CD, “It’s Not Complicated” includes 10 original songs which Joan declares are written by the Lord; she is simply the vessel He uses.
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