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Young Guns Episode #8
Bailey Smith (17)
The moment he walked into the first studio, hearing the rhythm through the walls and the bass on the floor, Bailey was instantly in a trance. Bailey began to train in his garage, day after day, attempting to be the dancer that he saw himself being in the future.
With Elite School of Dance, they helped shape his technique and essentials for movement. Two years later, the studio offer him a job teaching. Since that time, Bailey began getting offers from choreographers and dancers in the industry to work with them.
Avery Gardner (16)
Avery has been active in the world of Hip Hop for several years. He is a crew member of "Emerald City Elite" (ECE) dance crew. Avery teaches Teen Hip Hop at Melanie's Dance Unlimited (MDU) where he was also trained in jazz and ballet.
As a WNBA Seattle Storm Dance Troupe member, Avery performs in front of thousands weekly at Key Arena. He also choreographs and dances with "ACE Trio", made up of two other ECE crew members.
FRIDAY NIGHT HIP HOP - In The Cut is your "NW Hip Hop Dance Talk Show". FNHH - In the Cut promotes hip hop dance artists, studios, venues and more! "In the Cut" will feature interviews with Northwest and National talent as well as studios, events and more! It is broadcasts live from Seattle, Washington!
"The Northwest Premier Hip Hop Dance Talk Show"
Visit our website at www.fridaynighthiphop.com
The guys are back and ready to recap Thursday's difficult loss to ULM. Who played well and have expectations for this season changed? The guys then look ahead to the home-opener against Gardner-Webb. Callers are always welcome. Go Deacs!
This show features the original music of Chicago's own street performer and Sax Therapist Traysee J Leonard & friends. Most of the music is original and the artists are mostly independant. This year I am featuring original music from my cd The eyeProject. The music was composed and performed primarily on the iPhone & iPad, hence the title eyeProject! New to home studio recording and with minimal equipment, I am doing what I love! I look forward to going to the next level in my music career and ministry! Formerly an addict for over thirty years with over three years crack free, I now have a clear head and choose to use the gifts God has given me to help the world smile!!!. So check out the show and hear the original music of William Green, Dana Divine, Masque, Cynthia Jones, Vanessa Holmes, Moni Rashad, Michael Haynes, Sam Williams, Fred Caldwell & RFCA, Jessica Anderson, Kim Hinton, Salt of the Earth, Sharon Pulliam, Brandon Avery Smith, daVonya Holmes, Sam Williams, Jenipher Jones-Tate, Lisa Deveaux and more! This is where you can lay your burdens down and get in a session of Sax Therapy with me Traysee J Leonard the Sax Therapist!!! Your station for smooth jazz & inspiration!!!
Meet The Hosts
Steve and Naomi are from the paranormal group S.T.U.R.S., which stands for Seeking the Unknown Realm Society. Steve is the founder of S.T.U.R.S. and Naomi is an investigator. The group was started in October of 2010. STURS has investigated many locations throughout New England, including Rolling Hills Asylum in Bethany, NY, Pennhurst Asylum, The Houghton Mansion in North Adams, MA, The Haunted Victorian in Gardner, MA, The Governors Inn Hampton Falls, NH, The Paine House in Coventry, MA and best known for their appearance on A&E's My Ghost Stories for their story on the investigation of The Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth, NH. Steve and Naomi also perform together singing which includes performing live at the 2013 Paranormal Awards. Into The Unknown Realm with Steve & Naomi are norminated for Radio Show of The Year for the 2014 Paranormal Awards and STURS was a nominee for the 2013 & 2014 EVP Of The Year Award, 2014 Video of the Year & 2014 Comedy of The Year. Naomi can be also seen in the benefit calendar for 2014 Women of The Paranormal as Miss January. They are often joined by their teammates from STURS, like Steve E as they affectionally refer to him as "Quiet Steve". Always a fun show filled with some pretty amazing guests!!
Pastor Clifford Avery Assistant Dean of Schools Abundant Spiritual Life Ministries, Inc.(ASL Ministries) in Desoto Tx. 75115 336 S. Hampton Rd. Ofc. # 214-869-1994.
Outreach Ministry Jail and Street Ministry.
Jerry and Vic will conduct their annual live fantasy football draft on the air while Lance moderates and gives his thoughts on the teams both men draft. It's the master Plan with Jerry Taylor and Lance Goodman every Sunday at 10 am eastern. The show is sponsored by www.FantasySportsBookAndCasino.com where winners win and players play. You can also listen to live streaming shows at www.SpotOnRadio.webs.com
Adam Biggers of Bleacher Report breaks down Michigan's 52-14 season-opening trouncing of Appalachian State in five minutes, brought to you by @a2iwheels and @FanDuel.
Devin Gardner and Devin Funchess led the way in the first half for the Wolverines, who entered the break with a 35-0 lead due in part to Funchess' three touchdowns.
Ushering in the No. 1 jersey in style, Funchess, a junior, made difficult catches look like child's play en route to becoming the first Wolverines receiver to open the year with a trio of six-pointers.
Derrick Green and De'Veon Smith combined for 285 yards and three touchdwons. Smith scored twice, Green once.
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Tinga Stewart (born Neville Stewart in 1959 in Kingston, Jamaica) is holding strong as a purveyor of dancehall reggae. He started recording in the late '60s; his first recording was "She's Gone" in 1969 but the release of "Hear That Train" with Ernest Wilson, who was a member of the Claredonians, really got the ball rolling. The pairing with Wilson was spur of the moment as Stewart also led a group (the Wildcats) that performed in Kingston's hotels and clubs. From that, he joined Byron Lee & the Dragonaires and gigged all over Jamaica with the popular group. Though reggae-rooted, Stewart was popular with tourists because of his love for American pop hits, especially soul music. A stint with Boris Gardner Happening Band was his last group venture before going solo in 1973, when he enjoyed a local hit with "Funny Feeling." In 1974, he won the Jamaica Festival Song Competition by singing "Play de Music," written by Ernie Smith. Roman Stewart -- his brother -- won the contest the following year with a song Stewart and Willie Lindo wrote, entitled "Hooray Festival."
Stewart was voted the Most Popular Artist in Jamaica in 1981
Vic and Jerry will come to you live as they will conduct their annual fantasy football draft live on the air. Listen in as both men talk about their teams and those being drafted by the owners in the league. Also, on FSP Crew Show, Jeff brought up the news that a player at USC quit the football team sighting that he couldn't play for a racsist coach. We'll discuss it live on air.