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Self-taught from his impressive collection of blues vinyl, Mikey Jr. was a full time musician before he even graduated high-school. By the time he was in his early twenties, seasoned players were taking notice.
Now, he has a new album, Travelin' South, and if you didn't know Mikey before, you will now! Mikey comes by to talk about his career and new album.
TWO COUCH KID NEW MUSIC SEGMENTS
Back in September of 2012, Albert Castiglia took his Seat On The Couch to talk about his career and album Living The Dream.
He returns with his new album, Solid Ground, his first for the Ruf Records label.
Albert and I will talk about what he has been up to, the new label and we will listen to music from the new album.
Jarekus Singleton has been shaking the blues world the last two years, and Alligator Records was listening.
Jarekus originally took his Seat On The Couch in July of 2013. Jarekus joins me to discuss Refuse To Lose, his Alligator debut which drops on the 6th of May.
Chefjimi Patricola will call in from his car on the way to Memphis with Leslie K Joseph for the BMAs, and if we are lucky, he will be driving and we can talk to Leslie!
We will be speaking to Kool Breeze about the Leslie Rock Rhythm & Blues Fest on May 10th. The festival is a partner of Music On The Couch.
Mick Kolassa will be joined by the winner of he and Jeff Jensen's #WPD Contest.
"Musicians You Should Know" & MORE!
Franc Robert caught the fever from Eric Clapton in 1980 and has been working his guitar ever since.
From Montreal to Tampa, he played in the local jams whenever he could. After a six year sabbatical so he could work to keep his family clothed and fed, he began anew and has been moving forward ever since.
In 2010 he formed the Boxcar Tourists. In 2012 he was a challneger at the IBC as a solo artist. Now the band has released a new album 49x61 and Franc will join me to discuss his career and music.
Brad Hatfield began playing guitar at 10 years old. When he was 25 an accident ended his career as a guitarist.
He was now in search of another instrument to channel his creative outlet. The harmonica became that instrument.
His debut album Uphill From Anywhere is a collection of solid blues music from this Cincinnatti native.
Brad and I will discuss his journey and check out music from the album
Albert Castiglia began playing guitar at 12 and has gone on to play for Junior Wells and Sandra hall before going out on his own.
Fans worldwide have been thrilled by his textural playing and it is showcased again in his latest album Living The Dream.
Exploring Albert's life and music along with the stories he is sure to tell will be a great segment.
"Musicians You Should Know"
Minister Albert Golt and Special Guest Bro Matt - Testimony and Open Lines
On Sunday July 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join host Joe Faszl and Albert Thiel for a discussion on different animals and plants that would make an exciting and beautiful aquarium for your home or office. Tune in and listen if you are considering something a little different than just the normal Nano Reef tank.
“Children of all ages feel betrayed and abandoned when their parents divorce because their cozy nest is disrupted,” Lieberman says. “This even upsets kids who are already out of the nest. The message their parents are sending is that it is more important for them to have a life of their choosing than to remain in their prior, primary role of mom or dad.” The result: strained relations, uncomfortable moments for everyone and, for you, the feeling that your children may not have your best interests at heart.
Sometimes there are psychological reasons for an adult child resisting a parent’s new love life. For instance, a young woman may be especially sensitive when her father forms a serious new relationship. “She may feel her dad prefers the 'other' woman to both her mom and herself,” Lieberman says.
“It comes down to jealousy,” says Dr. Itamar Salamon, an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at theAlbert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. “Children, even when they’re grown, get attached to being important in their single parents’ lives, and they resent it when someone gets between them and the parent.”
Segment: "They Overcame"
Host: Elder Albert & Minister Billie Burns
"And they overcame Him by the Blood of the Lamb, and by the Word of their Testimony" Revelation 12: 11
"They Overcame" this Empowering Blog Talk Radio Program features interviews of Guest with Tremendous Testimonies of how "They Overcame." The program allows audience members to call in and give their Powerful Testimonies.
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Keith is best known for his critically acclaimed role as “C.C. White” in the Academy Award winning feature film, Dreamgirls. In which he was directed by Bill Condon, and starred alongside Beyoncé Knowles, Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Foxx, Eddie Murphy and Anika Noni Rose. In the musical, Robinson’s big solo, “Patience,” which he also performed live at the Academy Awards, earned him an Oscar nomination.
On the acting side, Robinson followed Dreamgirls with This Christmas, co-starring Chris Brown, Idris Elba, Loretta Devine and Delroy Lindo. He then went on to star in Dear John opposite Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried. Roles in 35 and Ticking, starring alongside Kevin Hart, and Hopelessly in June soon followed. Next, Robinson began shooting Dysfunctional Friends.
Like many, he’s taken a behind-the-scenes approach to creating music. Robinson founded his own scoring company, Theme Song. Since its establishment, Theme Song has scored music for movies like Blade 3, Fat Albert, and 35 and Ticking, in which he also starred. Most recently, the budding company scored Divorce Invitation (2012) also starring Robinson alongside Jonathan Bennett, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Nadia Bjorlin.
Keith’s upcoming releases include CRU, an emotionally intense film in which he stars alongside Harry Lennix, Richard T. Jones, and Alison Eastwood. Four Seasons, a romantic comedy starring with Robin Givens and Christian Keyes, and most recently, Universal’s James Brown biopic Get On Up, with Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and Dan Aykroyd. In conjunction with the release of Get On Up, Keith will also be releasing his new album, Love Episodic, both due in 2014.
Special Show: Actor and Singer Keith Robinson will be kickin it in the Club House
Topic- "The Rise.... The Fame and the Hustle"
“When I step onstage, half the people in the audience know I’m about to sing, and half have no idea that I can.” - Keith Robinson to OurStage.com.
In a world where talent takes you far, Keith Robinson is ahead of the game. He’s a true triple threat -- having already mastered acting and songwriting, he’s now positioning himself to take over the music world with a velvety voice. Before he made his way to Tinsel town, the Kentucky native set his sights on music and attended the University of Georgia. He was offered a record deal at Motown with his group State of Mind, however no music was released and he then decided to travel to Los Angeles in order to continue his music career.In LA Robinson had a chance meeting with a talent manager who jumpstarted his acting career. From there, he thrived. He’s landed, an incredible, 50-plus projects in both television and film while continuing to pursue a career in music-- often placing songs in the TV and film projects he stars in. Robinson may be best known for his critically acclaimed role as “C.C. White” in the Academy Award winning feature film, Dreamgirls or as Joel Rawlings, the Green Lightspeed Ranger on Power Rangers. Robinson also appeared in such films as Fat Albert, Mimic: Sentinel,This Christmas, 35 and Ticking, Dysfunctional Friends and such television series as American Dreams, Monk, Over There,and a recurring roles on the UPN series Half & Half. Most resently he plays James Brown in film Get On Up.
Julian Bravo and Albert Bainbridge react to the latest signings from NHL Free Agency.
Eric Balkman and Dave Gerczak cover the 2014 Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) Pros Vs. Joes League #3 Fat Albert Division. The Pros are made up of John Hansen from FantasyGuru.com, Jim Day (Fantasy Taz), Shane Hallam from DraftTV.com, Jared Smola from DraftSharks.com, Nelson Sousa from ScoutPRO.com and JJ Zachariason from Numberfire.com. They take on the Joes made up of FFPC players Hudson Kern Reeve, Brian Madsen, David Fowler, Ryan Strickler, Flavius Henderson and Edward Pappalardo. Plus, the guys answer your calls, emails, tweets and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
There is an abundance of information and our intuition is telling us we have moved into the energy of receiving. It is part of the transistion that has been evolving in recent decades (years). We are moving out of dedication with a large dose of sacrafice. So what does this mean?
Albert and Lanny are leaving this Friday on an amazing adventure where I suspect they will have much more about what this means to them. Our personal journey into receiving began in earnest two years ago when your co-hosts were part of a wonderful adventure in the South of France. You can review the achieves for past programs where we discussed the events and our experiences.
Join us here on THE MAN CAVE FORUM as we journey into receiving. We encourage you to join in the conversation by calling our toll-free number 877-257-6517.
Carolyn Yeager covers a number of items, issues and individuals that have captured her attention this week, all related to the theme of traitors.
Documents reveal parties responsible for causing WWI;
Traitors at the Federal Reserve;
Putin in denial, shades of Katyn;
More on Albert Speer's jew-friendly "remorse";
David Cole-Stein can't avoid the scrutiny of Robert Faurisson.