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Canadian Doug Folkins is a Celtic Rock singer/songwriter and storyteller (and amateur boxer!). He’s perfectly happy to sing down at the local pub tonight, but he has also set his sights on becoming a fixture on the Festival stage in the very near future. Folkins has spent the last 10 years, writing, playing, and producing his own material. With "Another Last Call", Doug’s fifth album, he returns to his folk rock past. “Calico Girl” and “Park the Car” have already gotten worldwide airplay in Austria, France, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Germany and The Netherlands (as well as New York and Los Angeles). This worldwide appeal might be a result of Folkins’ ability to blend traditional Celtic influences, country twang, and pop jangle to create a fresh sound that is as comfortable as your favorite pair of jeans.
Doug Folkins Website: http://www.dougfolkins.com/Press:"Doug Folkins reminds me of Kevin McKrell as I listen to him. There is a definite tendency to mix other musical styles with Celtic sounds on Another Last Call. The play, singing and writing/arrangement on Another Last Call are all very much above average. It is very, very, very good." Wildy Haskel, Wildy's World , (Apr 25, 2009) “Sometimes it feels good to punch someone.” The words sound strange coming from such a soft spoken man. “Well, I mean, when I’m in the boxing ring, of course.” He says with an easy laugh.
Canadian Doug Folkins is a Celtic Rock singer/songwriter and storyteller (and amateur boxer!) with a modern Pop twist. He’s perfectly happy to sing down at the local pub tonight, but he’s also set his sights on becoming a fixture on the Festival stage in the very near future. Folkins has spent the last 10 years, writing, playing, and producing his own material. With Another Last Call, Folkins’ fifth album, he returns to his folk rock past. “Calico Girl” and “Park the Car” have already gotten worldwide airplay in Austria, France, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Germany and The Netherlands (as well as New York and Los Angeles).
This worldwide appeal might be a result of Folkins’ ability to blend traditional Celtic influences, country twang, and pop jangle to create a fresh sound that is as comfortable as your favorite pair of jeans. He is a serious musician who takes time to whittle down each song to its most essential elements.
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Dan Butcher, Pundit Press as co-host.
Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
Guest: Doug Briney embodies all things country: His personality is warm and inviting, some would say down-to-earth, recalling the disposition of many a Southern Gentleman from yesteryear. With a 2013 Independent Country Music Association Award, eight months on the Roots Music Report charts, international airplay and live performances at CMA Fest, Rodeo Alaska, The Iditarod, The Grinder’s Switch Hour, Alaska State Fair, Hard Rock Café Nashville, Silver Dollar Saloon and Dan McGuiness’ on Music Row, among countless others, this God-fearing road warrior, with the warm baritone voice and love for all things southern, has released his aptly titled Super Country Cowboy. On this album, Doug has created a tasteful blend of yesterday's traditional country roots and today's radio-friendly contemporary sounds, to invoke all the best that is American: Love of God, Family and the US of A. http://www.dougbriney.com/
This show is dedicated to: Decorated NYPD Officer Brian Moore, who died Monday with his stricken family at his hospital bedside.
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Norman Buckley is a television director, best known for his work on PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, RIZZOLI AND ISLES, THE FOSTERS, THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA, CHASING LIFE, SWITCHED AT BIRTH, THE OC, CHUCK, and GOSSIP GIRL, among others. Buckley’s first job in the film industry was as assistant editor on the 1983 Oscar-nominated film TENDER MERCIES, which featured his sister, actress Betty Buckley. Buckley continued editing for a number of year on many films, television series, and TV movies. He apprenticed under some of the best film editors in the business, including Carol Littleton, Sam O'Steen, William Anderson, and Bob Leighton. He also worked with many outstanding directors, including Bruce Beresford, Robert Benton, Mike Nichols, Rob Reiner, Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Richard Donner, J.S. Cardone, McG, Doug Liman, and Robert M. Young. He worked as an editor on many independent films at the Sundance, Toronto, and Telluride film festivals, including HAPPY, TEXAS, which he also associate-produced. Beginning in 2000, Buckley edited several television pilots, all of which were picked up to series. He has been nominated twice for an American Cinema Editors award: in 2003 for JOE AND MAX, for best-edited motion picture for non-commercial television, and in 2008 for the pilot of CHUCK, for best-edited one-hour series for commercial television. After editing the pilot episode of THE OC in 2003, he began his directing career by helming six episodes of that series. He has gone on to direct over 25 other television shows since then. Buckley taught for several quarters at the University of California Los Angeles film school to both graduates and undergraduates. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!
Senator Doug Libla (Missouri 25) has introduced a bill (SB 331) that restricts the release and use of footage from police car and body cameras. He's also made the news recently for introducing a bill that raises gasoline tax (SB 540). We'll discuss these issues with Doug during the first segment.
Then, we will talk with Representative Dave Hinson (District 119; St Clair and Franklin/Washington Counties) about his bill to decriminalize medical cannabis (HB 800). This bill has passed out of the Select Committee and awaits a House debate.
Finally, we will speak with Representative Galen Higdon (District 11; St Joseph and Platte/Buchanan Counties). Galen sponsored HB 762, which forbids the State from requiring law enforcement agencies to uitilize body or dash cameras. It also specifies the rules under which those recordings (when they exist) must be released.
Join us at 7PM Missouri Time on Saturday for this hour. You can call on the studio line at 347-677-1835 to participate with Dave, Mike, and the guests.
Creative Biz Ideas main focus is the success of small businesses. We collaborate, exchange ideas and promote businesses and industries that help the growth of your business. Mike Pope, with Impact Training will talk to us about the importance of team building and DISK training. He will give you ideas about how to build trust within your team. Also, get your weekly tips from our #1 business coach Doug Winnie and legal business advice from our attorney Mark Smith. Hosted by Nolen Davis and Chris Burres.
Washington Nationals' right-hander Doug Fister took a scoreless outing into the seventh and the Nats' bullpen made a 1-0 lead hold up for a win over the New York Mets in the series finale of the four-game set in Citi Field. Nats take 3 of 4 in NY.
Final Episode in the Series! The Truth About Wi-Fi, Cell Phones, Smart Meters and More, Part 3
Microwave Expert Barrie Trower
Microwave Weapons and Technology
Barrie Trower is a former Royal Navy microwave weapons expert and former cold-war captured spy debriefer for the UK Intelligence Services. Mr. Trower is a whistle-blower, who lectures around the world on hidden dangers from microwave weapons and everyday microwave technologies such as mobile phones and Wi-Fi. Mr. Trower has also repeatedly assisted the UK Police Federation in their struggle to protect police officers from Tetra/Air-Band radio-communications systems that are harmful to health.
This Saturday, Lost Arts Radio listeners can tune-in to the final episode of a three-part unscripted conversation between microwave technologies and weapons expert Dr. Barrie Trower and Lost Arts Radio host Richard Sacks, on the dangers of wi-fi, smart meters, cell phones and other microwave devices and what you can do to protect yourself. Be sure to listen to the archive of Part 1 and Part 2 if you missed either of those live shows (all show archives are accessible at www.blogtalkradio/lostartsradio). Then, mark this Saturday, May 2nd at 6pm Pacific/9pm Eastern on your calendar for a show that promises to be jam-packed with useful information you will not hear anywhere else.
Lost Arts Radio invites you to join us for our free health-related educational broadcasts every week. Many of you are fully engaged working on one issue as your contribution to the world. On this show we encourage you to reach out beyond your chosen focus to take in other developments and issues in the world happening at the same time. In this way, you can understand your chosen issue far more deeply, and can be more effective in the work you choose to do.
Constitution Corner: Nullification is a natural right, but not the only tool to restore the Republic; The belly of the beast in a depraved society, a.k.a. Doug Gibbs' weekend at USC; Mike Huckabee is in, Marco Rubio is glory-trolling, Jeb Bush is in the wrong party, Clinton Foundation stench driving away Hillary! '16 donors, and Rand Paul doubles down on his dad's isolationism; There another economic crash coming, and this one will be permanent; After six and a half years of endless post-White House abuse, George W. Bush finally fires back; and a mere two hours from now, witness history.