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Scott Michaels has been featured on E! Show Hollywood Death Trip, CNN, and his tour was paid tribute on FX’s American Horror Story. Scott also founded the popular website Findadeath.com, chronicling the last days of celebrities’ lives and deaths.
Scott Michaels, Hollywood’s original authority on celebrity deaths, is a guest on E!’s 20 Most Horrifying Murders and has been featured on CNN. He is the producer and host of Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, Dearly Departed, Volume I and Dearly Departed, Volume II and the host of a podcast where he gets the scoop on behind the scenes of celebrity deaths. Scott is co-author of Rocky Horror: From Concept to Cult and owns a one-of-a-kind Rocky Horror collection of set memorabilia that is on display in his Gallery.
Scott Michaels became interested in death since attending his first funeral at the age of 3. He began his career in death by manning Hollywood’s infamous Grave Line Tours until he moved to England. There, he founded the website Findadeath.com, chronicling the last days of celebrities’ lives and deaths. Upon his return to the US, and Grave Line now gone, Scott started the extremely popular Dearly Departed Tours in 2005.
More info: http://dearlydepartedtours.com/ and http://www.findadeath.com/
India should be on your LGBT Travel itinerary!
Ylan Chrem is an LGBT travel expert and is Market Development Director for Luxe India Tours.
Ylan is our guest and he will give you all the reasons why India should be your destination.
Here are just some of the things we'll talk about:
Is it safe for LGBT individuals to travel to India?
What can you expect when you get there?
What is there to do that you cannot experience anywhere else in the world?
Why should I travel to India when there are so many other places I want to visit?
Here's how you contact Ylan and book your India travel adventure today:
Phone: (305) 785-2116
Ja'Vonne Harley, your Travel Pro is joined by Fred Lounsberry CEO from The Nassau/Paradise Island Promotion Board. Together they look at The Bahamas from a culinary and beverage aspect including their new Dine Around Culinary Experience and the Liqours they offer for travelers. They will also look at the history from the first discoverers thru Pirates, the Geography and even swimming with pigs as she and guest from the Bahamas talk about why the Bahamas remains a top destination. Tune in and learn more about the Bahamas.
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Dedication breeds the best results. Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum guitarist and singer Mark Tremonti continues to wholeheartedly commit himself to his craft, barely drawing a breath for air in between his eponymous band, Alter Bridge, and Creed. Following tours supporting his critically acclaimed 2012 solo debut, All I Was, and Alter Bridge’s chart-topping Fortress, he immediately began writing in his Orlando Studio at the top of 2014. Joined by longtime guitarist Eric “Erock” Friedman, drummer Garrett Whitlock, and bassist Wolfgang Van Halen—a studio first—Tremonti penned more than twenty-five songs over the course of multiple sessions. Emerging from the most prolific period of his two-decade career, Tremonti delivers successive albums—Cauterize and Dust—on his Fret12 Records with production by Michael "Elvis" Baskette [Alter Bridge/Slash}. Cauterize lead the charge in summer 2015 and Dust is following in April 2016, the one-two punch of modern thrash and melody that has become the group’s signature fuels this engine, but Tremonti tweaks it with a polyrhythmic jackhammer at just the right moments. The group sold out countless shows on its tours and has a full slate of dates lined up ahead—including appearances at major festivals such as Download Festival, Graspop Metal Meeting, and Hellfest. “I hope people can enjoy the music the way I do,” he leaves off. “As we were recording, there was this excitement amongst everyone. We go into every record questioning if we’ll be able to outdo the previous album. That’s my goal—to make a better record every time. If one fan thinks Dust is better than Cauterize and All I Was, we’ve done our job.” For more information, visit www.fret12.com/mark-tremonti
Colonel, U. S. Air Force (Retired), career Senior Intelligence Officer (SIO) and Political Military Affairs Officer, with more than 30-years of management and executive leadership in a variety of Command, staff, operational, and political-military positions at the Strategic-National, Service, and Interagency levels. Key positions included; White House National Security Council (NSC) staff, JCS/Joint Staff political-military affairs and senior Psychological Operations officer, three Combatant Command tours, and multiple critical national security and intelligence communities, interagency and multi-national and Air Force, Wing and Squadron positions. Selected as a SecDef National Defense Senior Fellow (War College) on the Atlantic Council staff, Washington, DC. Key assignments and deployed areas of operations in over 50 countries in support of critical intelligence and asymmetric, unconventional and irregular warfare, special operations-low intensity operations and activities. Served in Central America, Europe, Middle East/Central/Southwest Asia, Horn of Africa, and Eastern Mediterranean areas of operations in direct support of U.S. contingency operations, international engagement activities and the global war on terrorism and combating violent extremism.
Join us tonight Wednesday, 4/27, 2016 at 8est on George Jackson University Radio. You can listen in and speak with us by dialing 347 826 7332 or by logging on to www.blogtalkradio.com/georgejacksonradio. Tonight, we will be joined by our Guest, Mr. Lee Robinson, with the African Awareness Association also a member of the National Network On Cuba. We are gearing up to travel to Cuba this summer and we want to tell you all about it. We want to share with you why we have special interest in Cuba and as always on GJU radio we will deal with some Political Education on Cuba's relationship with African peoples throughout the world and Cuba's constant and vigorous will to resist U.S. imperialism. What does it take to remain sovereign? Our guest Mr. Robinson recognized the importance of Mass Media and its influence on our community and the need to develop Mass Propaganda and Information that is revolutionary in nature and enlightening in essence for an ill informed and underserved people; therefore, by his own initiative and effort, which he was inspired to do so, by his community; he created and became a Co-founder & founder, a TV Producer, Director and Host of a live TV Pan-African Political talk show called "African Perspectives, to the present ongoing talk show called "Africa Speaks", that can be viewed in the Metro-Richmond, VA area on channel 95, Comcast Cablevision. His voice also, is heard internationally as the producer and host, on his worldwide internet BlogTalkRadio Show, "African on the Move", which is bi-weekly, aired on Sundays evening at 6 PM. Mr. Robinson has lead Delegations, Participated in National & International Forums, Conferences, Workshops, Tours and Events for the past 32 years. We want you to go with us to Cuba, come find out how.
We are fired up about the show today!! Drummer, and a kick ass one at that, Jyn Yates is joining us! We wil be discussing her new work as a female produceron her new record called Welcome To The Queendom by Femtronica. We will also be playing some of her songs from the new album.
Jyn is not new to the music scene by any means. Jyn was born to be a drummer sitting behind a kit for first time at the age of three. Born into a music family, she was touring well before the age of 10.. She has been involved in theater playing music in such shows as RENT, Girlfriend, The Color Purple, and many more. She has been involved in many music festivals including The Michigan Womyn's Music Fest. She has opened for the likes of Tim McGraw & more. She has played in many bands which we will disucss.
Jyn's current projects include the all-female Louisville dance band MA'AM Overboard & her LGBT electronic dance pop project Femtronica. Jyn also tours with Beverly McClellan of NBC's The Voice season one.
We will be taking your questions at 215-383-3795 during the live broadcast. This will also be available for replay if you missed the show. Remember to follow us at @tracyfortshow, like us on Facebook at The Tracy Fort Show, and you can always e-mail the show at email@example.com. Thank you for listening and supporting us!
Paulina Logan is a Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter who creates and
performs an eclectic mix of folk/pop/rock music. She released her first
full-length record WALLFLOWER independently in 2007 and the IF YOU TRY EP
in 2009. In 2014 she released her latest album, NEED THIS LIKE BREATHING.
Paulina's songs are in rotation on radio stations throughout the world and
many have found homes on internationally-released compilation CDs,
including Bad Girls Don’t Cry, which also features Amy Winehouse and
Duffy. Her songs are featured in many recent films, including Lifetime's
Taken for Ransom starring Teri Polo, Broken Roads starring Sally
Kirkland, and MTV's Teen Mom. She also contributed music to the
independent film Secrets in the Snow and its sequel Secrets in the
Paulina has been featured in a variety of magazines and blogs, including
Awaken Music, Guitar Living, and Indie Update. She is endorsed by Daisy
Rock Guitars and recently won first place in the acoustic category at the
Rising Stars Competition. Paulina tours regularly and has opened for a
variety of artists, including folk singer John Craigie, alternative rock
artist Gilli Moon, and pop boy band O-Town.
Might it be a tad intimidating that this brilliant artist has sold over three million albums? Whew! Grammy nominated, Grammy Award-winning, with beautiful compositions that have been recorded by no less than Herbie Hancock and Annie Lennox. Paula has worked alongside some of the most captivating creators and interpreters of music that we've known - Peter Gabriel, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris - and Herbie again :)
Born into a musical family, Paula honed her own skills and became proficient on multiple instruments. It was in the 90's that we got to know how strong and special this sensitive artist is. Everyone remembers "I Don't Want to Wait" and "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone" from THIS FIRE. At the 40th Grammy Awards Show, Paula was nominated seven times - one of those was a first. She was the first woman to be nominated as sole producer for her immensely popular album. And she won "Best New Artist."
In subsequent years, Paula's work has been critically acclaimed - when she tours, there is a lush array of emotions and lyrics that are magical! Her schedule brings her to one of our favorite venues: Ram's Head in Annapolis, Maryland. She is also set to star at The World Cafe Live at The Queen - in Wilmington, Delaware. Paula also has something special planned in New York - she will be performing "This Fire" in its entirety - in honor of its 20th anniversary.
We'll have music for our unique episode that has been inspired by Paula - who studied Jazz at Berklee before launching her extremely successful Pop music career. But I am not one to put a being THIS talented in a box. No matter what she calls her music, Paula Cole is TRULY a Hybrid. She'll be amused and delighted by that. See you at ONE Eastern time on 4/24!
Today the music world lost a legend - Prince Rogers Nelson. He was born June 7, 1958 in Minneapolis, MN and named after his father's band The Prince Rogers Trio. His first album "For You" was released on the Warner Brothers label in 1977. But it was his 1979 self-titled album that put Prince on the pop music map on a grand scale with singles like "I Wanna Be Your Lover" and "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad." Throughout the years Prince racked up fans and awards and graced stages on sold-out tours as well as giving us memorable performances such as the Super Bowl XLI and the 2004 Grammys.
Tonight we celebrate the life and career of Prince.
Rest in Paradise Prince
(Sunrise: 6.7.1958 - Sunset: 4.21.2016)
Christa describes herself as a “recovering multi-tasker” and her career has been diverse and creativity-driven. She has worked managing Broadway shows and national tours, fundraising for nonprofits, and performing innovation work at several large Fortune 500 companies. In this Podcast, Christa will share how yoga is a key part of her creative strategy (and her business life), the importance of finding creative outlets, and how she picks creative projects based on how they impact her everyday life!
You can find more info. by visiting Christa's blog at christaavampato.com or on Twitter @christanyc.
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