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Can't make it to Kankakee's Downtown Music Fest tonight? No worries, tune in to hear from one of the best musicians to ever come out of Kankakee Illinois! DCR, set the standard in the H.L. Rapier family as he took his mother's musical talent to a whole new level. From DCR came other musical talent. Whether it is writing or music making, the creative juices of the Rapier family are always flowing! No one knows better than ME, aka Mary E. Rapier-LaLuna!
DC Rapier explores the "roots, stems and branches" known simply as the Blues! He blends his vast musical knowledge with his love of the blues. Each week he will take us on a musical journey as only Brother Doug can do! This show blues' stew focuses on Douglas C. Rapier and BoPoMoFo. There is none better!
Born and raised an hour from the famous Blues and Jazz venues of Chicago, DC Rapier began his professional music journey with his first paying gig at the age of 15, as the lead singer, rhythm guitarist and harmonica player in a band playing Blues and R&B tunes learned from recordings of the vanguards of the British Invasion, the Yardbirds, the Animals and the Rolling Stones.
For more than 45 years, DC has been singing madrigal, plain-song, oratorio, art song, opera, musicals, jazz, Blues, swing, rock, pop, country –western and even some jingles. He’s performed in choirs and choral groups in Europe and America; played sax, flute and bass clarinet in concert and jazz bands; guitar, harmonica, sax and flute in rock bands, Blues bands and show bands.
Douglas C. Rapier, is well known throughout the blues world, and for his blogging. Author of Ovoid Illinois and soon to be released, "Ovoid Diaspora" tonight's show feature's not only more about DCR's life, and writing, but, his musical endeavors! As a blues afficianado, experienced lyricist, composer and a voice to die for, you will be blown away by this man's lifetime amalgimation!
Stick around and listen in for some tope notch blues!
Back by Popular Demand, ArtSees Diner Radio brings you Douglas "The Chef" Rapier. DCR is the author of "Ovoid Illinois" and the soon to be released "Ovoid Diaspora."
Tonight's show will feature not only more about DCR's life, and writing, but, his musical endeavors! As a blues afficianado, experienced lyricist, composer and a voice to die for, you will be blown away by this man's lifetime amalgimation!
Please note: This show will be aired live at noon on Saturday April 20th Taipei time
Talk With ME is proud to bring to the ArtSees Diner Radio audience Douglas C. Rapier. While Douglas is very well known around the world for his blues music, his rich baritone voice, and his political blogging.
His newest endeavor is his first published novel, Ovoid Illinois, 'Ovoid, Illinois' is set in a microscopically small town in the American Midwest of the late 1960’s. The tale tells of the final high school year of Cheryl-Jean Billingham, cheerleader, aspiring journalist and daughter of the ambitious ex-mayor and Duncan Reynard, singer, musician and eldest son of the town barber. Although of different social circles and circumstances, the two are brought together in a bitter-sweet romance by controversy resulting from faculty in-fighting regarding the high school musical. Cheryl-Jean takes it upon herself to fight on behalf of Duncan, who she feels has been slighted. She quickly finds herself embroiled in faculty politics, small town political wrangling and the larger societal picture of the tumultuous 1960’s...
Tonight's hosts are Steven Champagne and Mary E.
Episode 2450 - Douglas Woodward and Benjamin Baruch
Join CJ and Carlos as they dissect the NYJ's draft plus give you all of the moves in a nutshell that took place over the weekend. Who have the NYJ selected with the No.6 pick? Where did Oregon's Marcus Mariota go? And of course, another trip down NYJ memory lane with our "Jets Time Capsule" segment. Call in and be a part of the show- 917.889.7042 as you, THE FAN, always have an opportunity to have your voice be heard!
Everyday People with host Monica Douglas Davis
Join us for a provocative show where we discuss BLACK LIVES MATTER with black men from three different age groups, 50 plus, middle age and under 35. EVERYDAY PEOPLE WITH HOST MONICA DOUGLAS DAVIS tackles the debate on back men dying from their interaction with the police in this country. Dial 914-205-5909 to listen in live 9PM Eastern time.
He will give you insight to the picks of the draft. And he will give you some grades of what certain teams accomplish during the Draft. Was Mariota the right fit for Tenn. How did the JETS do? And, will the Cowboys regret not drafting a RB and also drafting the risky Gregory out of Nebraska?
In this episode of BustED Pencils, Jed and Tim wil talk to Courtney Smith, President of Douglas County Federation (of teachers and classified employees) and go over the results of a climate survey that was just completed by the employees of the Douglas County School District.
Sneak Peek: 90% of respondents lack confidence in superintendent Elizabeth Celania-Fagen?
Full Survey and results: http://douglascountyfederation.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/S360-Final-Survey-Results.pdf
Everyday People with host Monica Douglas Davis
Eight out of ten Atlanta School educators received jail time this week for conviction of cheating on standardized tests in 2009. Everyday People with host Monica Douglas Davis will discuss the psychological impact of standardized test performance on students and staff with Dr. Rikesha Fry Brown and current educators. Tune in to 914-205-5909 to listen and share your views on this relevant topic that impacts us all.
In Episode 52 of Stark Naked Radio, coming to you from Irvine, California in the heart of Orange County, Dr. Dayne Grove gets into the details of Vitamin C. He discusses the need our body has, the fact it can't produce its own, the chemical affect is has on our physiology, the foods to eat to increase your Vitamin C, as well as the fact that you MUST supplement because of the quality of our food sources. He also describes a simple approach to determine how much Vitamin C you actually need (a very personal dosage), variations in supplement quality, and taking Vitamin C intraveneously (IV). For more information about Dr. Grove, CLICK HERE.
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