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Couch Kid Joanne Fish comes by to talk about her documentary Mr. Handy's Blues and the Indigogo Campaign which begins tomorrow...
Then we speak with Bo & The BluesDrivers, who’s new Self-Titled EP released in May. The band recorded, mixed and mastered the album inside of one day, and they have been touring venues and festivals since. I’ll chat with the band and find out more about their journey and where they are heading.
Noah Wotherspoon Band took 2nd place at the International Blues Challenge this year and he was named Gibson Guitar Player of The Year. The new album, Mystic Mud just dropped and is already making noise throughout the Blues World. I get to chat with Noah about his life and music and he may even have Rob & Brian along for the ride!
Jimmy Wolf is a member of the Turtle Clan Mohawk Tribe from upstate New York and has played on stages with some of the most revered Bluesmen around including Buddy Guy, Jr. Wells, Albert King and Albert Collins. His latest release is a Tribute to Little Johnny Taylor and I will speak with Jimmy about his finding the Blues and his career.
Finally, Tad Robinson joins me. Tad and I were supposed to hook up a few years back, but it never did. Tonight he will be coming by to talk about his new release, Day Into Night and we will learn more about this talented artist while we explore the music on the album.
Join us on Monday, August, 3rd from 8-10pm. We will be speaking with Jerry Jackson. After attending a DragonCon panel, he was inspired to start an Imprint, Starbase Phoenix Publishing, focusing on black authors and stories featuring black protagonists. It currently has one eBook, which he is the author of “No Good Deed” which can best be described as pulp high fantasy. They are working on a second title “NeoAfrica” by Ronald T. Jones. He is married wife Luzviminda for 16 years and they live in Kennesaw, GA. He has two stepdaughters and 4 grandchildren. Jerry will be joining us with an update on his progress and what authors who come to him for publishing can expect. What he is accomplishing is amazing and you don't want to miss it.
We will also have some of the nominees for the Steve Harvey Neighborhood Awards. The nominees are people in our community who have shown their character through their businesses. The nominees work within our communities and the communities have shown their support by nominating them for these awards. I had the pleasure of meeting almost all of the nominees at a send off dinner given by WHUR on Thursday, July 30, 2015 at the Bethesda Jazz and Blues Supper Club, hosted by Junior of the Steve Harvey Morning Show. It was a great event.
Date: August 3, 2015
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Today is Monday 3 August 2015 and we have Open Mic Monday and we want to hear from you!. We are talking and advocating for our veteran community but your input is essential to our show.
Our show today is hosted by Dr Jorge Anderson and Andy Prado
We will likely be discussing the issue of Service dogs since it seems we have had a new addition to the ADVIA Family.
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In Washington, D.C., we are fortunate to have several performing musicians that are internationally known and they direct Jazz programs at Universities in the area. This evening, I will interview Allyn Johnson who is the director of The University of the District of Columbia Jazz Studies Program. In addition, we will listen to tunes from his recent release, The Light That Grew Among Us. He is a native Washingtonian with many talents. Not only does he play the piano, he is an educator, composer, arranger and producer. He is one of the most sought after musicians in the jazz community. As a result, he divides his time between two cities, appearing at the Blue Note, Village Vanguard, and Birdland in New York, and Blues Alley and Bohemian Caverns in his home town. Join us this evening at Jazz Notes where jazz lives!
We're Interviewing Actor Andrew Moodie.
Ontario-based actor/playwright/director Andrew Moodie began his playwriting career in 1995 with his first play, Riot.
His theatre writing credits include: Riot, Factory Theatre, 1995, directed by Layne Coleman. (1996 Chalmers Award for Best New Play). It has since been performed in Ottawa, Montreal, and Halifax. Oui, Factory Theatre, 1998. Wilbur County Blues, Blythe Festival, 1998. A Common Man's Guide to Loving Women, jointly produced by Canadian Stage and the National Arts Centre, 1999, and has since been performed in Montreal, Ottawa, Halifax and Vancouver. The Lady Smith, Passe Muraille 2000, also remounted in Montreal. The Real McCoy, Factory Theatre 2007, 2008, and has since been performed in Ottawa and will be mounted in St. Louis in 2011. And finally Toronto the Good, Factory Theatre 2009 which was nominated for a Dora award for Best New Play.
His directing credits include For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf, the Corner, and The Real McCoy.
His television writing credits include an episode of Drop The Beat and his radio credits include Afghanada (WGC award) for CBC.
So, Tune in, and Listen....
What does “No Mean Girls” mean to you? I’ll bet you typically think of the OTHER person – the one who’s been or is being mean to you. Yet, in this series, I want you to think about YOURSELF as the mean girl. We cannot change other people’s behaviors; if we are to change the world, we have to change our own thoughts, habits, responses, and behaviors. And let me just say it here - I, too, struggle with my inner 'mean girl'. Tune in to hear more.
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FIRST HOUR at 8:00 pm EDT: Perpetual Motion with Josie Quick and Tom Carleno!
Explore the healing energy and high vibration of music with Award-winning composers & musicians Josie & Tom. Violinist Josie Quick and Guitarist Tom Carleno have found their niche with acoustic world fusion, a vibrant blend of Central and South American folk, progressive jazz, and blues. Toss in some classic rock and gypsy swing, and you have an evening filled with musical adventure. Experience their wonderful music and find out what inspires them tonight!
SECOND HOUR at 9:00 pm EDT: Enlightenment through Reiki with Paula Vail!
Paula Vail assists others in their own enlightenment and in opening the door to Reiki energy. This Reiki connection opens YOU to a flow of love, joy, peace, healing, manifestation, gratitude, and surrender. Paula is the Owner of Wellness Inspired and Radio Show Host for Voice America’s ‘For the Love of Reiki’. She been recognized as a Distinguished Professional in her field through the National Association of Distinguished Professionals. Paula has been featured in the newly released edition of the NADP Women of Distinction Magazine in 2015. Paula is a Master/Teacher in Usui, Holy Fire, & Karuna Reiki. She has also received training in Serenity Vibration Healing, Quantum Healing, and Shamanism.
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Join us this week as we welcome the pop rock band, Starling Glow. The LA based band fronted by Liz Hill, has just released their brand new single “Caution Tape,” which comes off their debut EP. Liz Anne Hill took about 15 years and a few busted romances to create the songs that make up her band Starling Glow’s self-titled debut album, a blend of modern pop musical styles that ranges from pop/rock to dance and indie. Grammy nominated producer, songwriter, and musician Billy Mohler, one time member of L.A. band The Calling, who has also played or worked with Smashing Pumpkins, Macy Gray, Liz Phair, Kelly Clarkson, AWOLNation and skateboard pro Tony Hawk was hired to produce the record and immediately recognized the fellow Orange County native’s talent. The record was just released this past March through the newly formed Indie Label Trailblaze Music Group, where Mohler is General Manger. A multi-instrumentalist, Hill grew up in Orange County surrounded by music. Her mom played piano, her dad guitar and older sister piano, pipe organ and drums, while they all sang. Her earliest musical influences include blues/country artists like Bonnie Raitt, Shania Twain and Dolly Parton, while learning to play Jimi Hendrix and Steely Dan songs on bass. We will talk to Starling Glow about their upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at their music, feature their latest songs, and ask them to share their message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Starling Glow at http://www.starlingglow.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with them during the show (718) 766-4193. If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. As always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.
We Will Hear from The O Jays and The Love Train, We Will do Blinded by The Light by Manfred Mann
Hope you enjoy the sound. I have Black Betty by Ram Jam, Pebbles and The Song Girlfriend, Spin Doctors Two Princess
Doors with Roadhouse Blues, The Look by Roxette, Taylor Dayne Tell It To my Heart, Grand Funk Some Kind Of Wonderful, Outfield I Don't Want To
Loose your Love Tonight, Pebbles Mercades Boy
Jennifer Kemple Born and Raised in the PacificNorthwest. Started singing at a very early age, was Raised in the church. her father played bass and sang as well, her Mom was a nurse and a singer also, her oldest brother started the whole thing. She Was in Star Fire Express I. 1975-79. Played funk. her influences are Vast. And Range from Etta James to Twisted Insane and Everything in between." By the time I was 14.. I was blackballed from talent shows. At age 16 I became the singer for a band Called Mr Lucky. at18. Sang for a Reggae Band Called Raggs and Bush Doktor. Was discovered at Chan's dragon inn.. By Rhonda Mongee.. And Michael Mentzer, I Became the Singer of Big Mumbo blues Band. Played for The Staple singers at the 2010 Winthrop Blues festival. 2008.2009.2010.." says Jennifer Kemple In 2014 Sept 27th, she was inducted into the national blues hall of fame. April 2012.. Won the X factor pass Contest . Went to N.C. for an Audition for the x factor. Made it to the producers Round. 2013 Went to Seattle for the AGT auditions. Made it to the producers Round. 2012 Flew to New Orleans. Played With Gaynielle Neville. Of The Legendary Neville Family. 2012. Met Rittz. Started working with Twisted Insane and Brainsick. Began Working with the Firing Squad. Became close with Tech 9 and Rittz. 2014 opened for Rittz on The OD Tour...
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