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  • 00:30

    Stories Behind The Music- Lost Rider's Biography Series Of Famous Guitar Players

    in Music

    Eddie Van Halen...Dutch born Eddie van Halen relocated with his brother Alex and family to the U.S. in 1962. The grew up in Pasedena, California and showed an early aptitude for musi (Alex as a drummer and Edward as a guitarist). While still at high school, he formed the band originally known as Mammoth but subsequently re-christened Van Halen with singer David Lee Roth and bassist Mike Anthony. The band became a popular local attraction through a combination of loud and energetic heavy metal and Roth’s very tight trousers! Due to the inability to attract a record deal, they began promoting own gigs; using every possible attention-grabbing trick like parachuting into stadiums to upstage the headlining band.

  • 02:03

    Regina Baraban talks multi-generational travel; Bobby Mack will talk Guitar!

    in Self Help

    We will be speaking with Regina Baraban, co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of GenerationsGo.com, a travel journalism website that covers trips, hotels, and getaways appropriate for grownup, time-stressed travelers; personal insights and observations about travel; and a variety of articles on interesting, off-the-beaten-path vacation options for the multigenerational travel geared to today’s modern family.  Regina will join us to talk about this new trend of multi-generational travel.


    Then Bobby Mack will talk about some Texas guitar playin all Live in Austin, Texas! 5-7 PM CDST 

  • 00:35

    TDR Radio Featuring Jimi Sly

    in Music

    TDHP welcomes Dallas Funk Musician, Jimi Sly. 

  • 00:58

    Are you the change you want to see.

    in Lifestyle

    David Lucas only 18 has written an inspirational book for the youth and would love to be interviewed on your show. 


    Born in Darlington SC, David considers himself to be a young man of 
    God. Since the age of 13, he answered his calling and recognized his 
    abiding passion for molding the impressionable hearts and souls of 
    young people. He always was a change-creating person who so deeply 
    loves the Lord. At just 15 years old, David began teaching and 
    preaching. His intense passion for the youth of the congregation 
    increased many-fold and David was inspired to create a caring 
    charitable organization, aptly named "Handful", transforming our world 
    one generous Handful at a time.
    "Let's Impact the world together as One "
    -David E. Lucas


     


    David is 9 years old. He is a guitarist, singer and a published artist. He wrote his first song when he was 6 and donated the song to the RexFest foundation. All money was donated to the foundation which benefited children with Down syndrome. He has slowly built a small fan base and continues to find ways to do good things thru music.


    David Álvarez who is better known as LNY “La melodía con clase” is a tropical/urban artist. LNY was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on August 20 1990. He is also a producer, engineer, guitar, and piano player. His style of music is influenced greatly by romantic music. LNY is a very versatile artist being that he experiments with various rythms which include reggaetón, ballenato, cumbia, merengue and pop among others.

  • 00:30

    Celebrity Juice Features Autumn Skibinski

    in Entertainment

    The folk-pop ensemble Only on Tuesdays just released their double single, “Fall” and “Darling Dearest”, as a glimpse to their EP debuting next month. The tracks capture innocent vocals following through with flowering symbolism both in its musical and lyrical content. “Fall” and “Darling Dearest” mark the the first releases off their upcoming EP, Break Free; which will be released this coming May. Both tracks are now available on iTunes.


     


    With an ethereal guitar opening, “Fall” sets the tone to a tender acoustic love song composed of meticulous imagery. Lyrically, the track metaphorically compares a deep love to the elements of nature. Front–woman Autumn Skibinski serenades, “…And when I die let me be a tree, take my ashes and bury me, water me so I may grow tall, so I can watch you, so you won’t fall,” 


    Listen in live and learn more about this young polished talent, call 646-595-4937!

  • 00:59

    Hear the percussion and the Horns?

    in Christianity

    Life can be meaningless if your life is out of rhythm, if there is no happiness to ceate a rhythm.  Everything in life can sound pretty, but if your life has lost the beat and the there is no trumpets to keep you moving ahead to the promise land you will get stuck seeing somthing that has no meaning for your life.  Happiness is like a rhythm that keeps you hearing the music moving you forward to a place designed for you.  We were meant to enjoy all we do becasue when we enjoy what we do it is enjoying what came from the hand of God.  Without the enjoyment of God there is no beat of the drums there is no sweet sound of trumets and not guitars moving in rhythm.  

  • 00:30

    SpokenHard with Christopher Kain and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Christopher Kain first wrote poetry at the Haymarket Cafe in Northampton, MA in 1992 as a junior majoring in English at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and also an English major, and found poetry as a short way of telling a story. I read at open folk mics, selling myself as a songwriter without a guitar, both in West Hartford, CT. and Cincinnati, OH. In Washington, DC, I had my first feature with the Federal Poets, and was included in various anthologies. I first started performing poetry at the Cantab Lounge in Cambridge, MA, in 2002, where I met the brilliant Ryk McIntyre, (Okay, you could cut that out. ;) ) where I wrote a new poem every week, and released two books, "homefront," with poems arranged by every half hour of a day, and "Twentieth Century Limited," with poems for every year of the twentieth century. I'm currently working on a book called "salvage," which will be a town of poems, with recurring places and characters. This is the first time I've ever been on radio.

  • 01:01

    OBAP 's ACE Academy and Remembering James Jamesie Brewster

    in Culture

    Welcome OBAP (Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals)  Aviation Career Education Academy (ACE). OBAP ACE Academies are co-sponsored with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other select organizations or institutions.


    Their academies include many interesting educational activities and field trips. During an OBAP academy, students can expect to participate in activities that feature STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) components. They also include trips to aviation related facilities and receive tours of areas the general public normally never see. Also, their academies offer students the opportunity to perform actual flights in a general aviation aircraft. Traditionally, these flights are easily the highlights of a student's experience.


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    Born on St. Croix in 1929, James Jamesie Brewster is known throughout the Caribbean as the undisputed King of Scratch Band Music. He is known for his humorous, provocative and playful ompositions and for his lively performances. He has performed throughout the Caribbean and in Europe and has recorded a number of albums over the past fifty years.


    Surprisingly, when Jamesie was younger, his father only allowed him to play percussion and not guitar. Jamesie was determined to prove to his father that he was capable of playing guitar and so made his own out of a sardine can and a piece of white pine lumber.


    With a hand-carved keyboard and key-head and strings made out of twine from an old sack of flour, this guitar has become his signature instrument. In the six decades that have followed, Jamesie has continued to use this type of guitar when performing and recording music, although not exclusively.


    Jamesie is a Crucian from the instant he wakes up and in the way he eats, dresses, sits, smokes, talks. He makes kitchen implements out of mahogany, makes musical instruments out of food tins, makes melee out of news.

  • 02:01

    Reach Out America: Taking Off the Gloves

    in Current Events

    About out host:


    Ernest Lee is the father of 5, grandfather of 7.  He lists those as his 12 reasons for writing this booklet.  In his near 60 years he has owned food establishments, bars, auto dealerships, a weekly newspaper and a radio station.   He has also been a performing musician, taught guitar and voice, hosted karaoke, worked on a farm, herded cows, broken horses, driven everything from hot cars to buses to big trucks to combines to tractors and bulldozers.  Ernest has held suit and tie jobs in big corporations and worked wearing t-shirt and jeans.  He has lived in the Southeast, Midwest and the Western States.  He has traveled the lower 48 States and Alaska in a big rig.


    Bill Muckler was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Attended Christian Brothers College High School (an Army Junior ROTC School) in St. Louis. Graduated from the University of Missouri – Columbia with a B.A. in Psychology (Personnel Management) with 2 years Air Force ROTC.


     


    Military. Completed the USMC Officer Candidate Course in Quantico, VA. Spent 4.5 years on active duty as an officer in the Marine Corps. Holds the permanent rank of Captain. (Top Secret Security Clearance)

  • 01:01

    Corinne West- transformative new album. YUCA - new music, new distribution model

    in Music

    YUCA is a Canadian alt rock band made up of  Matt Borck on lead vocals and guitar, Andy Boldt on  bass and backing vocals, and Dave Atkinson on drums.  YUCA’s sound has been described as “epic and unparalleled” and compared to Muse, Radiohead, Coldplay, and U2.  Their live performances routinely fill stadiums engage their audiences to experience raw emotion and power.  They have launched a new music distribution model and Borck will be on hand to tell us all about it.  


    Corinne West, a Bay Area-based fourth generation Californian, has been described as “the Siren of the Sierras” with a voice that “invokes angels, if angels had a dangerous side.” Corinne’s powerful and eloquent voice, and transformative songwriting has earned her a place at the apex of  the global acoustic roots scene. She has recently released her fifth album, Starlight Highway, already praised by critics as her best ever – which is saying a lot.  Corinne will take time from the album release tour to talk with us and play some of the new tunes.


     

  • 01:59

    Crazy Crazy Nights!!

    in Rock Music

    On this episode we have 2 Special Guests, The First is Current Lead Guitarist for the Immortal Band Grand Funk Railroad and Former Lead Guitar Player of one of my favorite all time Bands, KIss, Mr. Bruce Kulick. Bruce is checking in to talk about his latest album, BK3 and all of the different projects he is involved with. But of course, his time in Kiss is most intriguing to me. He has one significant distinction from his time in the band. Do you know what it is? Well tune in this coming Thursday Night @ 6:30 pm est to hear me bring it up to Bruce.


    We also have Fab Ulous, THE SICILIAN HAMMER, a pro wrestler from this area.  I have lots of questions for the Sicilian Hammer and I hope you do as well. 


    Please tune to Blogtalkradio.com to hear both of these individuals and as always, if you have any questions for either of my guests, then feel free to use the call in number (347) 826-9934 to call in and speak to them. 


    We will fit in as much sports talk as possible, But my Monologue will center on Berniw Willaims uniform Retirement ceremony from this past Sunday. I bet you will be surprised on my opinion of this honor to one one of the all time Yankee Greats.


    Keep On Rockin!!