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It's the year end edition of BARELY SMALL Presents !!! We will revisit some of the best songs that have been played over the past year by Alan Redmond, Paul Butler, Sack of Hammers, Scary Cherry and the Bang Bangs, The Fores, Brandon Welling, Nightbloom, Throwbax, Nylon Sneaky, Cowboy Bob Wallace, Tom Richey ,Benny Martin , and Michael Cantrell. Also we will serve up debuts from Barely Small and Doctaryn! (hopefully we got it all listed here) Make sure to spread the word and listen in....
Another summer time episode! Featuring Benny Martin, Paul Butler , Sack Of Hammers, Siren Skyes, Barely Small, Spiritual Architect, The Fores, Alan Redmond, Brandon Welling, Scary Cherry and the Bang Bangs, Mike Thompson ,and whoever else we can get.
Tune in, call in, whatever....listen in and have a good time. Get your buzz on!
I believe in God but you don't. When we have children, what should we teach them? Thirty years ago this would have been a easy answer. In the 21st Century, not so much. With everything from ISIS to Adolf Hitler to Abortion Clinic Bombings, Religion is being looked at much diferently. Would you stay married if your Spouse were to start practicing another Faith? Of what about no Faith at all. Join us tonight at 10pm. Right after The Blacklist.
Vol 9 will be our biggest show ever! Featuring the talents of Alan Redmond, Nightbloom, Tom Richey, Angel Martinez, Cowboy Bob Wallace, Yussef Black, Brandon Welling, The Fores, Throwbax, Nylon Sneaky, Scary Cherry and the Bang Bangs, Michael Cantrall and Benny Martin. Also our band BARELY SMALL will debut some new music of our own. Wake the neighbors, tell your friends, get a cold beverage and make sure to be there for this one!!!
We know ourselves to be Christians. Who else knows that? Are you a full time, part time, per diem or on call Christian? When you accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior, He replace the darkness into light. Are you a light that SHINES or barely LIT. Are you SHINING for GOD or for yourself. Is it possible that you think you're a light living in darkness? If you're a light how come you can't see and noone else can see you? Where do you position yourself?
He said to them, "Do you bring in a lamp to put it under a bowl or a bed? Instead, don't you put it on its stand?
"No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light.
Therefore, if your whole body is full of light, and no part of it dark, it will be just as full of light as when a lamp shines its light on you."
Tune in it's going to be great....
The boys take a trip in the way back machine to April 13, 1997 for the first ever ECW pay per view, Barely Legal, featuring Raven defending the World Title against the winner of a 3-way Dance with The Sandman, Stevie Richards and Terry Funk. Call in LIVE at 718-766-4886
RETIREMENT EXPERT, KEN WEBER---Start Saving for Retirement with Simple Tips from Expert, Author & Asset Manager Ken Weber Saving for retirement may seem impossible at times. For many women, it may even be more difficult. In fact, according to recent statistics, 62 percent of women said they were saving for retirement, 15 percent said they were saving just enough, while 22 percent said they were barely saving anything at all. How can this be fixed? Ken Weber - asset manager, and author of the new book, Dear Investor: What the Hell Are You Doing? Smart and Easy Ways to Fix the Mistakes You with Your Money - knows why many women aren't saving for retirement. LISTEN IN
PROFESSIONAL CHOREOGRAPHER--- MELISSA BARAK As one of the most sought after dancers turned choreographers in the United States, MELISSA BARAK has built an empire cultivating relationships with her audiences via ballet through her cutting-edge dance company, BARAK BALLET. Having being featured in such publications as the New York Times and DANCE Magazine, Barak is continuing to foster the growth of her company. LISTEN IN...
Drawn in to the art of dance at 8 years old, Barak began her career in Los Angeles learning from the illustrious Yvonne Mounsey at the Westside School of Ballet. Her passion eventually took her to New York to study at the School of American Ballet and eventually earned her a spot at the New York City Ballet where she remained for the next 9 years and became known for her linear purity, relentless work ethic, and musicality.