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What is the recipe for a successful life? Do all little boys have to play baseball? Are hotdogs good for us? How much sugar is in apple pie? Is life a picnic? Do you think people are really happy in life or pretending to accept the world around them?
What do you think reflects a person's success in life? Let's talk about it all. If we don't look at what success is how can we expect our children to reach a level of sucess to be self-sustainable?
Singer/Songwriter, Nascar enthusiast, and professional truck driver Tony Justice of Tony Justice Music joins us as he updates us on his exploding career in the music industry.
Tony’s latest CD, On the Road is sold at all Major Truck Plazas: Pilot/Fling J, T/A Petro, Wilco Hess, and Loves.
Along with being featured in numerous magazines, he performed for the 2012 Hollywood Pre-Grammy Awards Party and engages in numerous radio guests appearances.
Tony continues his music career while professionaly driving, performing and signing autographs at most of the largest truck shows across the country.
We will discuss his newest upcoming album, "Apple Pie Moonshine" and he will bring us up-to-date on his recent Nashville trip, as well as other factors within his musical career, such as sharing the story on the T/A Truck Stop's newest menu item: the "Justice Burger!"
Be the 5th caller into the show, and WIN an autographed copy of Tony's "On The Road" CD.
Come join the converstation!
The Rising Apple Report turns 104 today as Sam Maxwell and Michael Lecolant bring you the latest AND BEST Mets talk on the internet!
The Mets bounced back after a terrible series in Pittsburgh to sweep the other Penn squad, pushing their record to 27-21. We'll break down the current Mets state, including the recent surge of Wilmer Flores. We'll also discuss the afternoon's trade of Kirk Nieuwenhuis to the Angels for cash considerations.
And we'll break down the players to wear #4 in Mets history, as well as the '04 squad. Yay.
So, make sure to join us at 7 pm ET for the latest edition of the Rising Apple Report!
Welcome to the Night Flight from Phoenix...
The Mets are off today, flying home from Arizona where they gained a series split with the Diamondbacks.
On Tuesday, they begin a series against the defending world champions, San Francisco Giants.
For tonight's 106th episode of the Rising Apple Report, the Converted Met Fan Sam Maxwell and the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Michael Lecolant will review the Arizona series that was, and preview the upcoming set against the incoming Giants.
They'll additionally analyze the Mets' standing as they enter their 2nd trimester of the season, as well as take a look back at the 2006 season, and players who've worn #6 in Mets history.
As an extra added feature the boys will take a retrospective look at the 1915 New York Giants baseball club, and the Giants overall time spent in upper Manhattan.
Should be a lot if fun.
As always, you're more than welcome to join the conversation. The number to call is 646-929-0337. The show kicks off at 8:00pm ET sharp.
New Moonshine magazine coming out.
“HELL IS FOR REAL” A Musical Comedy
WORLD PREMIERE FRIDAY, AUGUST 14TH
AT THEATRE 80 ST. MARKS
Part of The New York International Fringe Festival August 14th – 30th
Charles Manson was supposed to go to Hell... But, ooooops! Little six-year-old Davin was sent by mistake. Now Davin’s returned... devilishly changed. His father embarks on a bizarre odyssey to get his son back to normal in HELL IS FOR REAL, an outrageous, star-studded new musical comedy.Comedy writer Gary Apple got the idea for his show after reading the book
“Heaven Is For Real.” In that runaway bestseller, a little boy goes to Heaven and returns to talk about it. “I thought it would be considerably more interesting if the cute little kid went to Hell instead of Heaven,” says Apple. And as if that wasn’ttwisted enough, he decided to make it a musical. The script caught the eye of director Jay Stern, who has directed a string ofacclaimed NYC Fringe shows, including the award-winning musical “The Bardy Bunch.” For HELL IS FOR REAL, Stern and his team assembled a dream cast, populated with Broadway heavy-hitters. Cast members
HELL IS FOR REAL Book, Music, & Lyrics by Gary Apple. Directed by Jay Stern.
Starring Christopher Sutton, Timothy Warmen, Albert Insinnia, Carlos Lopez,Lori Hammel, Vasthy Mompoint, Madeline Kolker, Tom Carrozza, Jeremy Crawford and Zak Risinger.Musical Direction by Logan Medland. Choreography by Lorna Ventura. Produced by Janine Renee Cunningham.Part of The New York International Fringe Festival A production of The Present Theatre Company Tickets: $18 - For tickets visit www.FringeNYC.org For more information : http://www.hellthemusical.comTwitter: @HellTheMusical