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R City's influence remains inescapable. In Gact the songwriting and production pair of brother Theron and Timothy Thomas have penned countless mutli-platinum smashes including Rihanna's "Pour It Up", Miley Cyrus "We Can't Stop", Becky G's "Shower" as well as songs for Justin Bieber, Usher, Chris Brown, Jennifer Hudson, R. Kelly, Miley Cyrus, Akon, Future Omarion, Pitbull, Ciara, Luke James, Nicki Minaj, Macy Gray, Corbin Bleu, Day 26, Nicole Scherzinger, Toni Braxton, Keri Hilson, Mario, Iggy Azalea, Lil Jon, Jason Derulo, Janet Jackson, Mary J. Blige, Nelly, Jesse McCarthy and many others. The duo has contributed to 10 different Grammy-nominated albums including Rihanna’s “Unapologetic” which won best contemporary R&B album and Jennifer Hudson’s self-titled album which won Outstanding Album and Best R&B Album. However the world will really hear what this dynamic duo can do on their forthcoming full-length artist debut for Kemosaba Records/RCA Records. "The number one priority is to tell our story", affirms Theron. "This album is the introduction to R. City. When we're writing for other artists, we write the script and they act it out. Now, you're about to know who we are."
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Hr1 Talk show host and editor, Tami Jackson joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else.
Loons want removal of monuments to Founding Fathers who owned slaves. HUH?. Lady Ga Ga shows up to wrong event to promote Same Sex Marriage! Surprised? Wanna protest SCOTUS marriage decision, hang a black ribbon on American Flag thru 4th of July. Picture of Pope Benedict made of condoms. Art? Why didn’t they do one of Muhammad? Cowards!
Hr2 I have NEVER called for (or even hinted at) physical violence. Anyone who thinks that doesn't know me.
The fight for a Christian is, making sure people know the love of Christ and taking a stand for what is right.
Muslim inmates fight for Ramadan Halal menus for prisoners BUT they already have them!
When Putin criticizes the US for abandoning God, you know the world has turned upside-down.
Racism has nothing more to do with the Confederate Flag than Benghazi had to do with a movie. It's a sham, a distraction, a red herring.
NASCAR chairman wants Confederate flag eliminated at races. Did he just realize it was offensive?
Anyone else think that's going to fly?
Hr3 CNN offended by Jesus talk from NFL star! What'd they do? Lost the feed... oops! Shocked? Not so much.
Obama says we need to change religious views accept gay marriage. Mr. Pres, scripture didn't change. Take it up with God. He didn't change to match your views.
Sikh wins lawsuit against Army ban on facial hair and turbans. Does this undermine our military?
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the importance of returning to the biblical documents in order to overcome the Babylonian Captivity of the Church. The Babylonian Capitivity of the Old Testament lasted for seventy years, and it healed Yahweh's people of arrogance and unrestrained pride. Yahweh's people never stopped going to the temple, but they did stop real worship and devotion. Religious trappings will never do! Yahweh's eyes can penetrate the frail veil of false worship. The Dorian Grey facade of western religion is over. It's time to return to the Rock from which we were hewn.
Mike and Josh get their giant nut on as they check out the latest and greatest of reboots, Battle Bots. Thirteen years ago we were all introduced to nerd rage and our lives were never the same. Also someone let the Rock on TV again. Somewhere there is a guy in a raven mask that needs to cancel that show.
SHOW # 275 Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With Musicians You Should Know
We begin the evening with Cindy McLeod from The Calgary International Blues Festival. They are one of our Festival Sponsors this year. Their 11th Festival, this one is chock full of top Blues Artists and we will talk to Cindy about what is in store for fans.
Then I am honored to PREMIER Ghosts Of The Riverside Hotel from Mick Kolassa. Mick has done it again, creating an album that touches on all of the different flavors of the blues and it includes an “uncovering” of an old favorite. I can’t wait to share this one with you all and talk to Mick about his inspirations.
Voo Davis is out of Chicago and he has a distinct sound to his music and it continues on this, his third release entitled Midnight Mist. Recorded in Louisiana, Voo plays many of the instruments on this disc. I will chat with Voo about his life and Career and the new album.
Johnny Riley grew up with a Gospel Music dad from Texas and a Blues Music mom from Mississippi and he has created a signature in your face Southern Rock & Blues sound that is laced with Gospel undertones. His album is entitled Crossroads Of My Life and I am excited to chat with Johnny about his journey to this point and where the road will lead from here.
Then Rusty & Laurie Wright return to The Couch with COUCH KID NEW MUSIC. The album is entitled Wonder Man and dropped about 6 weeks ago. Can’t wait to chat with these two wonderful musicians and get the to share stories about the new album and their lives on the road sharing with their fans.
Special Guest: Michael Dawson started his passion in Martial Arts at age 6 and is is the founder and Chief Instructor of the Northern Shaolin/Praying Mantis Kung-Fu Association, with well over 35 years of experience in Chinese martial arts. Michael's involvement in kung-fu eventually led him to working as a professional stunt performer, stunt actor, fight coordinator, and martial art/fight trainer for film and television. He began his career stunt doubling actor David Carradine in his role as "Kwai Chang Caine" in T.V.'s KUNG FU: THE LEGEND CONTINUES, the "sequel-series" to the original KUNG FU series. Over the years, Michael has trained and worked with numerous actors, including David Carradine, Dwayne ("The Rock") Johnson (The Scorpion King), Jessica Lange (American Horror Story, Knife throwing scenes), Michael Clark Duncan, Kelly Hu, Melissa George, Kurt Russell, Robert Carradine, Peter Facinelli, Colm Feore, John Schneider, Robert Vaughn, Patrick Macnee, Bo Svenson, Mako, Soon Tek-Oh, Richard Norton, George Lazenby, Clu Gulager, Clint Walker, Doug McClure, James Drury, Michael Bowen, Steven Brand, Chris Potter, Peter Jason, Calista Carradine, and Olympic gold and silver medalist Sherri Howard, among others.
Recently T.V. shows: Salem, NCIS: New Orleans and American Horror Story: Freak Show.
Currently working on The Magnificent Seven remake with Denzel Washington Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and Vincent D'onofrio (I believe that's due out in Jan. 2017)
Terminator: Genisys (due out July 1st)
Extraction, with Bruce Willis & Kellan Lutz (due out next year)
The Girl Next Door: Alexis Texas is of German, Norwegian and Puerto Rican descent.
In Studio Tonight: Tony Bruno, Miss Robin, Luigi Curto, Joe Corrado
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He’s rarely discussed today, but at one point, Larry Williams seemed poised to become a successor to the hot R&B throne vacated by Little Richard when he gave up rock ‘n’ roll for God, and his songs were covered by a range of better-selling acts that included the Beatles and the He grew up in Oakland, a town then thriving on military-industrial contracts, and fell into music as a teen, eventually starting a band he called the Lemon Drops.
Stones. Unfortunately, he had a love of fast living almost as large as his musical talent — and it finally caught up with him on Jan. 7, 1980, when his body was in New Orleans in 1935, Williams headed west with his family at a young age, spending some time with relatives in Chicago before joining his parents in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1945.
Born 45. He grew up in Oakland, a town then thriving on military-industrial contracts, and fell into music as a teen, eventually starting a band he called the Lemon Drops. Although the Lemon Drops didn’t last long, Williams had been bitten by the bug, and he decided to pursue a deal with Specialty Records, the New Orleans label where his second cousin, R&B belter Lloyd Price, was already signed.
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