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June 19 - Guitarist - Eric Essix
I just love it when guests come back to chat with me. Since Eric's last visit, not only does he have a brand new CD set to be released very soon, he is also involved in yet another community based project. As a performing artist, composer, teacher and businessman, Eric is more active and productive than ever and continues to strive for excellence in everything with which he is involved.
Oh, btw, I will have a very special co-host. So, make sure to tune in! talk to ya!
November 1 - Jazz Guitarist/Composer/Educator - Eric Essix
Eric Essix began his career as a recording artist in 1988 with his debut recording, First Impressions followed by Second Thoughts in 1989 on the Los Angeles based contemporary jazz label, Nova Records.
As a performing artist, composer, teacher and businessman, Eric is more active and productive than ever and continues to strive for excellence in everything with which he is involved.
Already having produced his own self tiled new album this year, Eric has already begun planning an early 2013 release which will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 16th Street Church bombing with songs of healing, reconciliation and hope .
Eric recorded his debut album as a solo artist in 1988 for Nova Records called “First Impressions” and 15 albums later he is still making music that moves; that captures the imagination…that touches the emotions. Eric's last three recordings have been particularly revealing and personal, giving the listener an up close look at the man behind the music and the place he calls home, Birmingham. Eric grew up there in the midst of the turbulent 1960’s and, after an initial introduction to the guitar by the Beatles, got his start as a performer in the church. Today gospel music still informs and influences everything he does, however, early exposure to Wes Montgomery, Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix greatly contributed to Eric’s sound and style as a guitarist. Join us for a cool jazz conversation with guitarist Eric Essix as he discusses his career and his latest work"My Gift To You"
The Eric Essix Jazz Escape at the Renaissance Ross Bridge, is the first event of its kind in this region to be hosted by a world class golf resort and spa. It’s a weekend getaway that offers an intimate jazz concert experience in a secluded, lush woodland environment that is still only minutes from the airport, city center, shopping, attractions and great restaurants. For residents of Birmingham and surrounding areas, the Renaissance at Ross Bridge is the perfect getaway that’s not far away…making Eric’s Jazz Escape the ultimate “stay-cation”!
Today on The Boochcast we broadcast LIVE from Super Target. We will be talking to comedian Eric Yesbick. Also WWE Issues Apology For Storyline On RAW, Backstage News Regarding Plans For Cena, Ambrose, And Rollins At Hell In A Cell, The Wyatt Family To Split Up Soon, Tag Team Match Added To TNA Bound For Glory, Updated Lineup, Lashley-Etherington Bellator 130, Global Force Wrestling Announces First PPV, and some news articles.
Join the host Robert Jetter, Jr. and panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, & Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the line. You too can Join our Round Table Discussion.
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Bards Logic discusses Eric Holder's resignation. His tenure as Attorney General was rife with scandals. Fast and Furious, Discriminatory Hiring Practices, Fort Hood, AP Surveillance, his pardons, the DOJ's threatening of Free Speech, his stances on immigration and the second amendment, his weakness on Islamic terrorits and treatment of terrorists as Criminal Defendants Instead of Enemy Combatants, and much more. How likely will Al Sharpton's input affect Obama's decsion on who replaces Holder? Will Holder's resignation do anything to hurt Hillary Clinton's chances of a Democratic nomination for 2016?
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More civil unrest in Ferguson, MO, just as white people were starting to forget about it. We'll be talking about this and other hot topics in the news, including Eric Holder's legacy, more war in the Middle East, and anything else on the news as time allows.
Shots fired into the White House in November 2011, Secret Service does nothing. Why are we just learning this from so-called Liberal Media three years later? WTF?
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This episode will discuss the legacy of Attorney General Eric Holder and the Stock Market Plummet of 264 Pts. Is there a correlation? We will discuss his role as attorney general, including the office of civil rights, his role in addressing LGBT rights, and voting rights. We will also discuss "why now?” Why is he resigning during the midterm elections. We will discuss the stock market plummeting 264 points, was it because of tech stocks or something bigger? Who will replace Attorney General Eric Holder and what is his legacy as the First African American Attorney General and as the AG under the Obama Administration.
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Soul Tree Radio - In The Raw! Comes to you every Saturday from 2 - 4 pm EST/DST. and 9-11pm EST/DST Wednesday evenings. Join Michael - Louis Ingram (aka DJ Hunnycomb) and guests as we milk the sacred cows of sports, politics, religion, music, money and mayhem (as expressed in our "Profanities" section) until we make ice cream...
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Tonight’s guest is fiction author Frank S. Joseph, who has written a novel called To Love Mercy. The book is a stream of conscious narrative set in 1940s Chicago, and deals with race and ethnicity in a segregated city. The narrative follows two main characters who are young boys–one black, one white–who, through their explorations and adventures become friends, while their parents and neighbors seem unable to release themselves from the grip of fear and long standing racial insecurity. To Love Mercy has won The Eric Hoffer Award for Excellence in Independent Publishing, and is written by an author who grew up in and knows the streets of Chicago as well as its history. It’s a testament to the power of youth at a time when young people may have been the best hope for changing the scenery in regards to race relations.
You can order To Love Mercy at www.frankjoseph.com. Every copy will arrive autographed by the author.
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