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Iconoclastic, eccentric, sexy, gay, unstable, imaginative, groundbreaking, self-involved, brilliant.
David Jones, Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane.
Regardless of all the descriptions that have been ascribed to Bowie over the years, one thing's for sure, the man produced a plethora of quality music.
Bowie is one of rock's most intriguing figures. Polarizing and odd yet sensational, his music withstood the test of time and now has passed into that honored category of innovative.
For people born in the 80s, we can only access Bowie by combing through his albums. How sweet would it have been to catch a live show during his pop explosion? We can only imagine.
Well, during this show, we'll spend some time exploring Bowie from the perspective of a couple of thirty year olds. While we can't claim carnal knowledge, we can certainly admire the scene, with the Code man as your tour guide.
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Station to Station
Ashes to Ashes
Oh! You Pretty Things
On March 31 at George Washington University Hospital, Frances Audrey Theresa Ware was born. After three months, she moved overseas with her older brother of four years, Francis Anthony Isaac and mother, Dr. Jane A Ware. Dubbed "Terri" by her mother when she was a newborn, the three lived in England, Germany and Korea. After living overseas for 7 years, the Ware Family moved back to the states where they lived in Arlington, VA for a brief stint before moving to Stafford, VA where they established their new home.
Growing up, the now twenty four year old was involved in many extra-curricular activities. She played the viola, guitar and piano, danced and received her first degree black belt alongside her brother in Tae Kwon Do. Terri also found time to help out her community through girl scouts, church and later in high school through the Learn and Serve program. After attending Virginia School of the Arts for a summer intensive program and then graduating from North Stafford High School with an Advanced Diploma in 2009, Terri took a few years off to work, make sure her life goals were what she wanted to achieve and moved to Bowie, Maryland. Here, she was a make up artist for DC Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 Collection, volunteered her talents to conduct televised and written interviews for Fresh Daily Inc., a company that discovers and promotes "lifestyle" throughout the DMV and is chief correspondent for the CEO of ibrandwebrand, Denise Moss. Some of her interviews include well known individuals such as Chef James Robinson from Hells Kitchen Season 13 and singer Yhai Portier.
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On this episode, host Jackson Herod and special guest Donnie Pitchford honor former Turner High School Band Director, and former Carthage High School Assistant Band Director C.G. Bowie. This podcast includes interviews with Mr. Bowie, musical selections from some of the bands he directed over the years, and an episode of Carthage Schools Present that was dedicated to Mr. Bowie when he retired from CHS.
Mr. Bowie passed away recently, so we dedicate this episode to his family, his friends, and all the lives he touched.
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It’s an all new edition of Red Maryland Radio tonight at 8 PM on the Red Maryland Network.
On tonight’s show:
Bowie City Council candidate Michael Esteve joins us to talk about his campaign;
The Governor is scheduled to make a major transportation policy announcement on Thursday; we'll discuss
We'll share more thoughts about Governor Hogan's illness announcement;
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During the 1970s, Tony Zanetta, ZEE was an actor in New York in plays by Tony Ingrassia, Wayne/Jayne County, Ken Bernard in New York, London Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Toronto. Tony did the Andy Warhol/Brigid Polk play, PORK in London,at the Round House wih Tony Ingrassia directing and Cherry Vanilla, Wayne/JayneCounty, GerryMiller, Leee Black Childers. Next came the Mainman and Rock n' Roll era: Iggy Pop, Lou Reed and and David Bowie,Tony Zanetta has designed managed and administered a cavalcade of stars and products. He designed exhibition spaces for textile giant, Westpoint Home and Parties for Dianne Brill at Danceteria, Tunnel and Palladium, and the new home showroom for Betsey Johnson and Pop Up shows for Paul Zone and his new book PLAYGROUND last weekend in New York to welcome in the the The 50th Max's Kansas City Reunion! Touring the world in the entertainment industry or touring the world to introduce new lines to distributors, Zee takes it all in his stride. From the publication of his book STARDUST: The David Bowie Story.Tony has plans for his own firm now and ww want to hear all about this new act in the dynamic career of Tony Zanetta!
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"What do Incontinence, Cervical incompetence, and Sylvia Plath have in common? Featuring "Queen Bitch" by David Bowie... by listener request, may I humbly Introduce To YOU Day ELEVEN of Motherhood Made ME Get Over MYSELF: A Metamorphosis. A LIVE READING, entry by entry... from the horse's mouth! Please Tune In and ENJOY! 'Dear Prudence' Radio - Life Advice to Help YOU Cope!"
Please join Amanda Grieme, Author of “Dear Prudence,” Motherhood Made ME Get Over MYSELF: A Metamorphosis, and former English/Creative Writing Educator. Amanda LIVES with Bipolar Disorder choosing writing as her catharsis and creative medium to help others. Her life experience with mental illness, self-medication will lend listeners invaluable, often quirky life advice. Tune in to share in life’s struggles, folly, laughter, tears… idiosyncratic oddities… cradled by eclectic music selections.
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2 years working with Just’Us as the editor, director, camera operator and writer of the documentary X: Children of a Lost Generation. The documentary is the story of the children who were affected by the crack epidemic and how they were able to deal with their upbringing.
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I sent 2 years working in the media ministry at FBC as a camera operator, a director, and an editor. Working all types of productions including Sunday service, play productions and other events.
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Lead singer Lisa Boudreau and lyrist/guitarist/producer Terry Tompkins were never completely lost, but did take a break from making records together, experimenting separately in different music genres. It was when they decided to get a little wild again that they discovered a newfound depth of creativity. “Terry and I have been together for 30 years,” Lisa smiles. “A lot of the sadcore stuff we write gets pulled from reality!”. Her vocals reference Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval, PJ Harvey and Beth Gibbons of Portishead in their dark and passionately detached singing.
Terry brings a love of psychedelic rock from his other band, The Now Feeling, inspired by shoegaze acts such as My Bloody Valentine and Tame Impala, while also paying homage to favorite albums from the ‘70s. “I went through a big ELO phase- though our title track ‘Goodbye Mine’ came out more Lennon-esque.” describes Terry, who cites Pink Floyd, Syd Barrett, Big Star, Beach Boys, Leonard Cohen and Fleetwood Mac amongst his influences from that decade. “We’re okay with being described as a ‘rock Carpenters’ - their best songs were all so melancholy, we love that.“ Goodbye Mine was produced specifically with the warm, sparse production of the ‘70s era in mind - making it an obvious for vinyl release, which is a first for Lost & Profound, after four previous albums.
The 10 songs on Goodbye Mine have a through line of loss. Terry reflects, “In our music, all the characters are lost… but there is something profound in looking at what’s happening to them.” He speaks of a Kerouac-approach in lyric writing, “blurting for pages and pages”, and also the uses the cut-up process popularized by Burroughs and Bowie, forming images as “weird words come together”.
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The ruffian of whom I have spoken, who set him against the
well-curb, now secured a bowie knife for the purpose of severing
his head from his body. He raised the knife and was in the attitude
of striking, when a light, so sudden and powerful, burst from
the heavens upon the bloody scene, (passing its vivid chain between
Joseph and his murderers.) that they were struck with terrified
awe and filled with consternation. This light, in its appearance and
potency, baffles all powers of description. The arm of the ruffian,
that held the knife, fell powerless; the muskets of the four, who
fired, fell to the ground, and they all stood like marble statues, not
having power to move a single limb of their bodies.
By this time most of the men had fled in great disorder. I
never saw so frightened a set of men before. Col. Williams saw the
light and was also badly frightened; but he did not entirely lose
the use of his limbs or speech. Seeing the condition of these men
he hallooed to some who had just commenced to retreat, for God's
sake to come and carry off these men. They came back and carried
them by main strength towards the baggage wagons. They seemed
as helpless as if they were dead. Daniel H. Wells; The Martyrs, pp. 79-81.
"My father Jacob Hofheins was born on December 4, 1812, in
Baden, Germany. He emigrated to America in 1830 and joined
the Mormon Church in 1835. He was a bodyguard of the Prophet
Joseph Smith in the days of Nauvoo, and was present at the martyrdom
of the Prophet at Carthage, Illinois. I have heard him speak
many times of the cruelty of the mobbers and have heard him state
many times of the light that struck the fiend who raised his arm to
cut off the head of the Prophet, the fiend's hand was paralyzed and
fell to his side. Eliza Morgan
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This is a time when we get to have fun and fellowship with you at the South Girard High School Reunion. Therefore, it gives us great pleasure to extend an invitation to surrounding area churches, non profits ,High School Graduates and supporters to join us again at the Bi-Annual Reunion.
Our speaker for the banquet will be Judge Michael Bellamy, in honor of our late Mr. Lloyd A. Bowie the last principal of South Girard High School.Please mark the above important dates on your calendar. We are going to have an incredibly good time at the Bi-Annual School Reunion!
WALL OF HONOR LINK FOX NEWS ALAMABA
At the bottom of the new Wall of Honor at South Girard School in Phenix City will be the inscription “Remembering the Past, Celebrating the Future.”
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