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On stage Ostrich Run relinquishes their carefree attitudes and manifests into the commanding musicians they know they were born to be. Connecting with the audience and thriving on their energy are what perpetuate the band and enable them to express their boisterous personalities. Founded by Anaheim natives, Joel Rowland and Mark Pascale in 2013, Ostrich Run is all about connecting with people through their blend of indie and alternative rock sound.
The duo bonded over their numerous musical influences from as far back as Louis Armstrong, to contemporary artists such as Blink-182, Arcade Fire, and Foster the People. The band has graced the stages of numerous venues including The House of Blues, The Glass House, The Mint LA and more.
Ostrich Run joins Take 2 Radio Music on Wednesday, August 27th at 3pm eastern!
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The Virtual gastric Band is a remarkable weight loss programme, and one which Sheila Granger has pioneered in the UK. As the name suggests, the system utilises the concept of a ""virtual” " gastric band and clinical hypnotherapy. It successfully harnesses the power that every individual holds within them to make changes to their lives. Many clients have benefited from The Virtual Gastric Band therapy.
So, what is it?
The Virtual Gastric Band is a non-surgical technique which uses the power of hypnosis to retrain you to be satisfied with smaller amounts of food. It changes how you think about food and gives very safe, very predictable results. The clinical hypnotherapy convinces the brain that the stomach is full after a certain level of intake, and that there is no need for more food.
It is most definitely NOT a diet - we know that diets only work in the short term. The Virtual Gastric Band allows you to eat what you want, but will enable you to intake smaller portions. And, because it’s not a diet, you won’t feel deprived, miserable or hungry, the issues which cause diets to fail. As The Virtual Gastric Band effectively negates these issues, you are left with a long term solution to your weight problems.
The medical procedure reduces the physical size of the stomach, and may achieve the same result, but The Virtual Gastric Band can be undertaken quickly and privately, without the lengthy delay of hospital waiting lists, and of course carries no costly invasive surgery, no risks and no on-going medical treatment.
Erich from the The Uptown Band returns to talk about their sophomore album Heart, Soul, Body, & Mind featuring Will Lee, bassist from The Late Show with David Letterman’s CBS Orchestra, trumpet great and founding member of Tower of Power and East Bay Soul, Greg Adams, percussionist Doc Gibbs from The Emeril Live Show on the Food Network, drummer Curtis Harmon of Pieces of a Dream, and the CD’s Producer, bassist Bennie Sims of The Three Degrees.
They say with each try you get better and better. Is that the case here? We aren't sure but we sure hope so! Welcome back to the 5th episode of We The Plugs radio as we do what we do best and talk about the days daily topics and throw a little bit of our personal twist into the mix. Join Obese & Lauren Lo for an hour of nonsense and feel free to call in and take part.
Turner Scott Motorsports has closed its number 30 truck team with Ron Hornaday, Jr will shut down effective immediately. Hornaday sits 4th overall in points this season, and now doesn't have a ride for Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. What this all means, the guys give their opinions on that.
Also, NASCAR has released the schedule for all three national touring series on Tuesday. Some interesting changes including the Southern 500 being moved back to Labor Day Weekend, and also, one of the most shocking moves we've seen, the July Daytona race being moved to Sunday. Why they made these moves, and what we think is going to happen in the future.
Also, we bring in this week in NASCAR History which we go back to the 2003 Southern 500, the last day, Texas Terry Shined. A big win for Terry Labonte, his final one. We'll discuss this race, and Terry's legacy on the sport.
Also, finally we'll talk about our Atlanta preview as the chase inches closer for 2014.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT 8/27/14 - AT 8 PM EST -SOME GOOD CRAIC PRE LABOR DAY PARTY . Featuring the music of The McLean Ave Band , Jamesons Revenge and Kitty Kelly . All 3 bands will be performing at The Blackthorne Resort in East Durham N.Y. this Labor Day Weekend . There will be the usaul Craic . A chat room. Announcements on upcoming gigs. The call in number is 714-868-0746
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This week's show will feature Florida metal and punk by:
Carrion Witch - The Hooded Child
Chasing Safety - No Way To Live
The Mirage Theory - Too Many Dreams
Blessing A Curse - Uncomfortable Situations
Empty - Of Malice And Men
Not Quite Love - The Drowning Sensation
An Endless Fight - Riding The Band Wagon (El Paso,Tx)
Fire At Pluto - Keep Swinging
Valkaria - Grievance
Forty Winters - Abominable Times
Paris Is Burning - Our 7th Circle
The Further - I hope You Understand
Wage War - Maelstrom
Arise From Ashes- Broken
Success Will Write Apocalypse Across the Sky - Automated Oration And The Abolition Of Silence
We will also deliver you great folks some sick interviews with:
Nick Millard (Guitarist) from Empty at 9:15
Philip Ruiz (Guitarist) from An Endless Fight at 9:45
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LISTEN UP!!!!!! Do you want to get FREE RADIO AIRPLAY as in artist/band/producer? All you got to do is Check out tonight's episode of the #1 Indie artist music station having the largest playlist from the unsigned and Indie community with 2 hours jam pack with wall to wall music. Start time from 8pm Est 7pm Cst 6pm Mst 5pm Pst. We play the newest music from the unsigned and independent artist from the local, national, and International scene from ever music genre. This isnt your normal station this is in the mix with Doctor A.T. on Hip Hop National Radio.Giving the unsigned community that airplay love. Call in to request at 213-559-2995. Send your submissions to www.hiphopnationalradio.com and they MUST BE RADIO EDIT. MP3 FILE, & NO PROFANITY.If you miss any of the episodes, all you have to do is go to our blogtalkradio page and listen to the rebroadcast. Dj Doctor A.T. Music Director Raw Dawg & CEO PoeEtiq
We've got a great pair of aritst interviews this week, and they certainly contrast as far as musical styles go.
First up, we bring you a conversation with on-the-rise country performer Trinity Bradshaw. A native of Prince Edward Island, Trinity now calls Calgary home and has been garnering a lot of attention and accolades of late. She's performed the Viper Room in LA, the Bluebird in Nashville, and major Canadian country festivals like the Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Big Valley Jamboree, Boots and Hearts, and Calgary Stampede. We'll speak to the Alberta CMA nominee about the year she's had and what's coming up on the horizon.
Then, switching gears, we've got one of Canadian rock's hottest acts, Saskatoon's One Bad Son. Over the past couple of years, the band has had multiple radio hits, toured alongside Buckcherry, Three Days Grace, and Monster Truck, and is currently prepping for an upcoming Fall 2014 release. We'll chat about the progress on that and what fans can expect from the four-piece powerhouse.
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