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    The Big Cat Coalition, Episode 2: Detroit Lions' NFL Draft Breakdown

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    On episode two of the Big Cat Coalition, we review the Detroit Lions' 2016 NFL Draft. What were some of the best and most confusing picks the team made last weekend? What are some bold predictions for the draft class? What grade should be given to the team in the aftermath?

    Those thoughts and more this week.

  • 00:34

    Radio Personality Mocha Talks About Miss Tony aka Big Tony

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    Diamond K talks to Radio Personality Mocha About Miss Tony aka Big Tony

  • 01:15

    Racing with Big Sweat

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    The local short track racing scene is happening now and it's on like Donkey Kong! The highly rated internet radio program "Racing With Big Sweat" Thursday 5/5 9:00-10:00pm EST presented by Snafu Seasoning and produced by The 110 Nation Sports Radio Network wants to give a shout out to the local hot shoes. Along with your hosts Steve "Big Sweat" Billmyer and Mike Perricone, the new guy join this week's guests, Legend Car driver (and marked man) Dillon Spain and asphalt Modified and Figure 8 driver Tommy Rogers Jr.

  • 00:18

    Buck Jones Talks About Miss Tony aka Big Tony

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    Diamond K talks to Buck Jones About Baltimore Club Legend Big Tony

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    Clocksoff Street Grudge Talk Radio Show Hosted by Big Sham

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    old and new school grudge racers and fans come together 

  • 00:23

    RRFB Ep. 584: Jonas, I Choo-Choo Ciunas You

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    In back-to-back shows, Jonas Valanciunas is the monstrous line of the night, so Josh looks at his playoffs breakout and the rest of the big Toronto win in Game 2. He also covers the two games Friday, sorting out the DFS wheat from the chaff.

    Presented by Loot Crate and Basketball Monster

  • 01:52

    "The Heart and Soul of Music"

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    Hey there Tea Sippers!!  Let me ask you a question...... what would it take for you to get up out your seat and hit the dance floor OR make you snap your fingers and get into the groove of some feel good, brown liquor dranking, cards slapping the table, high fiving your good girlfriend music?  Well, my darlings, my guest today will say that it will take some good strong vocals, some kick ass tracks, and some powerful background children screaming for the gods to get you up and off  your  ass to clap your hands, stomp your feet, and move your body to the rhythm of the beat!

    Specializing in taking the Word where the people are and making sure that the people understand that it's alright to have a good time in the Word, my guest has created a new record label that will put the heart and the soul back into the music!  Mr. Paris Hairston is going to be Dishing Tea with Big Meach about the ins and outs of creating an entire label in a day and age when it seems like it's nearly impossible for the music to be appreciated.  AEONSTAR RECORDS is soon to launch and we will be getting the exclusive on what's to come and what we can expect from it.

    PLUS..... we will be diving into the mail bag and reading a few "Dear Big Meach" letters and I will be serving my brand of tea to those who ask!

    It's going to be a HOT POT today, my darlings so be sure to have plenty of crumpets, ya heard me!

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    the disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the body.

    "he's got cancer"

    a malignant growth or tumor resulting from the division of abnormal cells.

    plural noun: cancers

    "most skin cancers are curable"

    synonyms:malignant growth, cancerous growth, tumor, malignancy; More

    a practice or phenomenon perceived to be evil or destructive and hard to contain or eradicate.

    "racism is a cancer sweeping across Europe"

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    America the worlds big brother

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    Pee Wee Hunt & His Orchestra ‎– Twelfth Street Rag / Somebody Else, Not Me

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    Forgotten Music on 78 rpm Records   S3productions


    Pee Wee Hunt & His Orchestra ‎– Twelfth Street Rag / Somebody Else, Not Me





     For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or curthahn74@yahoo.com



    Pee Wee Hunt & His Orchestra ‎– Twelfth Street Rag / Somebody Else, Not Me

    Purple Label: Capitol Records ‎– 15105 (3330)

    Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.

    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 

    Released: 1948

    Genre: Jazz

    Style: Big Band

    A: Twelfth Street Rag

    Composers Euday L. Bowman

    B: Somebody Else, Not Me

    Vocals – Pee Wee Hunt Composers Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley


    Pee Wee Hunt

    Real Name: Walter Gerhardt Hunt

    Profile: Jazz trombonist, vocalist and band leader. 
    Interested in music from an early age, at Ohio State University while majoring in electrical engineering Hunt switched from banjo to trombone. 
    With Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra in 1928, and a member & featured trombonist of The Casa Loma Orchestra in 1928. Leaving them in 1943 to work as a Hollywood radio disc jockey before joining the Merchant Marine near the end of World War II. Upon his return to the West Coast in 1946, his successes include 1948's 3 million seller "Twelfth Street Rag". 
    Born May 10, 1907, Mt. Healthy, Ohio. 
    Died June 22, 1979, Plymouth, Massachusetts, at age 72, after a long illness.