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We are paying tribute to Darren Criss/Blaine Anderson in this broadcast. Discussion of everything we love about Darren and Blaine so join us if you love him. Tweet @darrencriss if you want him to listen to the show In this broadcast, @Mardie186 and @MisguidedDesire (plus Tammy) from twitter called in to share with us their experience meeting Darren Criss in person.
The song we played in the bginning is the Darren Criss version of "It's Not Right But It's OK" orignally covered by Whitney Houston.
Note: Unfortunately, we got cut off at the end for this broadcast so thank you all for calling in and listening!
Charlene Kaye possesses a mesmerizing, one-of-a-kind voice that seamlessly marries throwback soul, orchestral chamber pop and dazzling rock and roll into a sound unmistakably her own. With a highly praised debut LP and gorgeous EP recorded with her talented outfit The Brilliant Eyes, Charlene Kaye is working on a sophomore LP for release later this year.
During this interview with Mr. Media, Charlene premieres her duet with frequent collaborator, Glee's Darren Criss. Give a listen to the lovely, and insanely catchy "Dress and Tie."
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When is the right time to take a chance? Who are the right people? What are the right conditions? Neither Darren nor Beth re...alized the musical potential they had when they first met in December 2012. It took several chance encounters -- passing vocal harmonies on a trip to the coast with friends, tentative instrumental work one cold winter evening, comments here and there on lyrics and melody -- before the spark hit. But when it did, it didn't take long for them to catch fire. After playing over 50 shows in less than two years, they are releasing their debut album, The Water's Edge, in April 2015. http://www.marchtomay.com
March to May formed in the Spring of 2013 as a collaboration between singer/songwriters Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche. Overla...ying Celtic folk harp, guitar & keyboards with rich vocal harmonies, they sing deeply relatable stories of every day life and what it means to love, to live, and to reach beyond what seems possible. They sing from the heart, and carry the listener to a place within their own imagination, their own story.
What are your thoughts about Dr. Ben Carson running for president of the United States?
Welcome Back Ms. Lois Powers with Current Events Poetry.
Darren Marlar with Daily Dose of Weird News Is the Pope too fat?
Attorney Bendell will talk Wrongful Death and Freddie Gray.
Eric Broyles is an entrepreneur, attorney, and author who recently published “Encounters with Police: A Black Man’s Guide to Survival” with co-author and police officer Adrian Jackson. The book comes at a critical time in our nation, tackling the controversy surrounding the slayings of unarmed African American men by law enforcement officers and providing guidance to African American boys and men on how to survive encounters with police. Specifically, the book offers advice on how to think about interaction with police to lower the chances of escalation, provides information on legal and administrative rights citizens have to redress police misconduct so no hostilities occur at the time of encounter, and includes practical step-by-step guidelines on how to respond to police when pulled over for traffic stops or when stopped for questioning outside of traffic encounters. In a recent interview on Washington DC’s Fox 5 Morning News, Broyles stated that while the book is titled “A Black Man’s Guide to Survival,” the tips are race and gender neutral. He points out that by and large, police officers are not bad actors, but in cases where minorities “face targeting, hostility, and bias,” they should go through the complaint process where “you actually start to build a paper trail which will help the police department ferret out who the bad actors are. Can you imagine if Darren Wilson in Ferguson had five written complaints on him prior to the Michael Brown incident?” he asked. Broyles’ book is available on Amazon,
March to May formed in the Spring of 2013 as a collaboration between singer/songwriters Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche. Overlaying Celtic folk harp, guitar & keyboards with rich vocal harmonies, they sing deeply relatable stories of every day life and what it means to love, to live, and to reach beyond what seems possible. They sing from the heart, and carry the listener to a place within their own imagination, their own story.
Ecclesiastes 1:9 (KJV) The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.
The Hegelian Dialectic, or Diocletian’s Theory, was developed in the early 20th Century. It involves the manipulation of an agenda, whether it be an individual salesman making a sale, a Government wanting to push through potentially unpopular legislation or a Corporation trying to increase its profit margin. The Hegelian Dialectic involves a thesis (problem), antithesis (reaction), and synthesis (solution).
Thesis = Problem - Manipulate “customer” reaction by creating a perceived problem, perhaps by leaking stories to the press e.g.: Iraq WMD, Terrorist threat, Global Warming
Anti-thesis = Reaction – Your “customer” obviously is concerned by this apparent turn of events and demands help and protection
Solution – The solution that you would never have been able to sell before making the customer worried (e.g.: 5 years of Iraq war; an endless war on terror); and people for the first time being willing to pay more taxes and cut back on their consumption to “save the world” all under a false pretext.
Nazi Germany: The Nazis torched Reichstag building, blamed the communists and used this as a reason to implement unwarranted search and seizure, confiscation of personal property, incarceration, torture and murder.
False flag events: Furgeson MO, Boston Marathon Bombing, Sandy Hook Elementary, 911, ...
Para-military Police set fire to a vehicle in front of Advance Auto Parts in St. Louis MO on W Florissant Ave, the same street where nearly every fire occurred. Despite having this building locked down, Advance Auto Parts burnt down to the ground! (Grand Jury Decision not to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown).
in Self Help
Even for someone born with the comedic gene, going through life’s up's and down's can be no joking matter. For Darren Lacroix, little did he know the night he decided to live out his comedic passion on stage performing at an open mic night; that not only would he have a disastrous performance, but that it would change his life forever. He attributes that fateful night as being the beginning of one of the greatest lessons he has learned, the importance of stage time. The ability to recognize how vital stage time is, it allowed Darren to transform into a World Champion of Public Speaking, which he won in 2001. The caveat in all of this is that Darren is still able to use his love of humor to impress upon inspiring messages to audiences all over the world. Please join us as Darren Lacroix offers D44 Talk Radio some radio time prior to the stage time he is scheduled to give at this year’s District 44 Spring Conference. Show Host: Dawn Kamara, ACG, ALB.
Take 2!!! Because of the glitch it the matrix from last week's show we're going at it again:) Nothing about life or love is irrational or pathetic. Persistence, determination, and discipline combined with a clear vision creates a yellow brick road to authenctic, genuine, reciprocal, yummy, and delicious relationships.
In love and in life our vulnerability is one of our greatest strengths. We often believe that we risk too much by being vulnerable, but, in fact, the opposite is true. When we build a wall around us to protect ourselves from our big, bad fears, we miss out on so much.
When we live with the mindset that something may be taken from us (physically or emotionally), or that we need to be in control of everything that happens, we endure fear on a daily basis. It’s exhausting to live this way. It makes us cynical, suspicious, and unable to follow our hearts because we are afraid of what might happen.
Join Dr. Darren as he dives into the Heart of the Matter of letting love rule!
in Indie Music
Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes March To May’s Darren Guyaz & Beth Wesche to the Show.
March To May’s Darren Guyaz (guitar, vocals, keyboard) and Beth Wesche (Celtic harp, vocals) first met in December 2012. By March 2013, the folk/indie/Americana duo had co-written their first two songs, by April they had a paid gig under their belts, and by May they had a name and shows booked out into the months ahead. Before settling in Seattle, Washington, where the act is now based, both Darren and Beth had traversed the Western Hemisphere separately. Darren migrated from the northern Appalachians to his birth-state of Montana, before heading on a South American adventure across the Andes mountain range, eventually falling in love with Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. The daughter of a US Foreign Service Officer, Beth also spent time in the Andes, as well as a host of US states on both coasts, before moving to Seattle, just blocks from where her beloved Celtic harp had been created, years before. The duo has drawn comparisons to acts like The Civil Wars, Damien Rice, the Swell Season, The Banner Days, and Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
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