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Host Sarah Uthoff tells about the recently completed conference on one-room schools or rural schools hosted by the Country School Association of America. Find out what you missed and find out about some of the great things about St. Joseph, Missouri.
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Join Scott Stamper and me, Roger Conley as we bring you the latest news and countdowns in mainstream and independent country music.
Special guests and great music, interesting topics, recipes and fun is the recipe for today!
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Family oriented and fun-come sit a little and laugh a lot.
Passionate, heartfelt, soulful, and real. Amanda Jo's music will touch your heart,
inspire you, make you laugh, and will leave you wanting more.
Amanda Jo is a naturally-born country music singer and songwriter. Her performing
career began at the age of two, when she would stand on top of picnic tables and
perform to anyone who would listen.
At the age of six, she performed for the first time on stage at a county fair in
Minnesota. By age eight she was performing at large venues including The
She then began training in musical theatre and classical. At age 11, she had a rare
opportunity to sing with The Minnesota Opera Company in the popular opera, La
Boheme. During her younger years Amanda Jo also participated in her local theatre,
where she played roles such as Sleeping Beauty. !
At fourteen, Amanda Jo added a new style of music. She began writing and singing
country music in addition to learning to play the guitar. Later that year, she
travelled to Nashville and recorded a three song EP. This was Amanda Jo’s first taste
of the recording studio, and it ignited her passion for music even more. !
Amanda Jo moved to Las Vegas, Nevada at fifteen where she graduated from The
Las Vegas Academy for International Studies, Performing and Visual Arts. Armed
with her training and 15 years of experience, she began booking gigs as well as
writing and recording. !
Her passion for the heart and soul of country music continued to grow. In late
2012, Amanda Jo followed her dream to Nashville, TN. She performs all over Music
City. You can hear her regularly playing down on the famous Lower Broadway in the
heart of the city. !
Amanda Jo released her first full length album, Worth A Memory, on June 23, 2014
featuring twelve songs that were written from her heart and sung with soul. She
Our next UR10s Network radio broadcast will be Thursday, March 26th. Our guest will be Tarek Merchant. A former multi-sport athlete, Tarek is founder and recruiting expert of ImRecrutable. We will be talking about the roles of parent, player and high school coach in the recruiting process; and more. You can call 714-583-6853 to join our conversation or to just listen. You may go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ur10snetwork to listen to the conversation live or listen at your convenience.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Country, Pop & Rock Singer Morgan Riley to the Show.
Morgan Riley is a country rock pop singer/songwriter signed to SkyTone Entertainment in Nashville. Morgan Riley offers something new to country listeners. Her album Collage is just that...A melting pot of genres with an ever-so-slight country dominance.
For Media inquiries for Morgan contact:
KorePR, Media & Public Relations
Education is clearly a necessary path for children caught in the web of poverty and despair. The fact that there is failing schools means we have failed as the guardians of this generation to offer them vision and opportunity. Tonight we will hear a dynamic 15 minutes by Marquette professor Howard Fuller. There is an African Proverb which states, "It takes a whole village to raise a child" I would add provided the village values their children.
THE WRESTLING LOUNGE Proudly welciomes Country Music Singer Katie Belle Akin to the show. Tune in to hear Katie's Brand New Single Georgia Moon. Have a question call 773-897-6289 press 1 to be in hosts view.
One of the key responsibilities of a school board member is negotiating the contract for teachers and staff. It is, by far, the place where most of the district’s financial resources are allocated; as well it establishes other protocols which affect student achievement. Each year brings new challenges. In 2015, what are those challenges? How should boards approach the Chapter 78 health benefit reform legislation? What is the importance of average settlement rates? How long can a district expect negotiations to take? What are some common misperceptions the public has about negotiations? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these and other issues with Patrick Duncan, Manager of NJSBA Labor Relations Department.
Listen to a program about Hertford County High School Athletics LIVE on Blogtalkradio!