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SHOW #285 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With Musicians You Should Know"
I get to sit with Jay Sieleman, outgoing President/CEO of The Blues Foundation. The Foundation has had some growing pains during Jay's time in ofice, but he also accomplished the building of the physical Blues hall Of Fame in memphis, TN. A total success for the Foundation and those Blues Artists who have been enshrined since 1980. We will speak with Jay about his time in office and what he sees as his future.
Jay Stollman will join me. Jay's vocals are a dynamic fusion of Blue Eyed Soul and Rock and Roll. Along with great performance ability and stage presence, a Jay Stollman show is always guaranteed to rock the house. Jay Stollman is currently appearing with The Johnny Winter Band as the front man and lead vocalist for the Johnny Winter Remembrance Shows, honoring the legendary bluesman, as well as performing with The Jay Stollman Blues Band. Jay and I will track his journey and talk about the newest album, Room For One More.
Couch Kid New Music features Brad Wilson and his new release Blues Thunder. What has Brad been up to since his first visit on December 23, 2013 and what did it take to get Blues Thunder recorded and released are two of the subjects we will explore.
We could have taken the week off. We could have taken a cue from the rest of the footballing world and enjoyed a little bit of time on the couch. Or done like Saido Berahino and made use of the 7500 to Holte private jet. We could have followed the Brad Guzan route and gone for a walk in exotic Washington, DC.
But no, we came back for you. And besides, I can take that walk in DC after we record.
We're here to help get you through the international break! And what better way to do that than by casting our gaze back on the Summer transfer window. We'll also talk a bit about the match against Sunderland. And of course, we take your questions from Twitter.
in Self Help
Is there a correlation between MEN who have children with multiple women and MEN who are starving for affection from their mother? According to Psychology Today, "Emotional hunger is not love. It is a strong emotional need caused by deprivation in childhood." Feelings of emotional loss is linked to a deep and dull feeling that cause people to seek physical affection and attention in order to fill a void.
There is often confusion between emotional loss and LOVE. Many times there lies the need to be reassured and the strong desire to be dependent on someone. When there is a lack of affection in the home, especially from parents this can cause severe psychological development. Parents who are affectionate and attuned with nurturing their children, especially young men, often create secure, attached, and affectionate young adults. There is also a correlation of how too much attention, over-bearing,and affection from the parent's, usually because of their starvation for affection,can cause harm to young men's self and comfort.\
Come get on the COUCH!!! We will talk with experts in the field and of course parents who will share their stories and experiences raising Young Men and answer the question How Much is TOO much Affection and Attention? We will discuss how a parent who is capable of giving Love and Affection to their children and also able to set clear boundaries between them often produces independently whole adults.
What the hell do we know? Well I am going to remind people of what we said not last year (although we did) but TWO years ago.
Man sometimes I hate being right. I am also going to eat some crow.
Let's do thif tonight at 7pm CST!
Again, what the hell do we know?
Jessica Kenley was born in 1981 in Buffalo, NY. She lost two of her children, Ethan Tyler and Kaylee Marie, to the Junctional-Herlitz subtype of Epidermolysis Bullosa during their infancy. She is a licensed veterinary technician and has since had 3 healthy children. She wrote the book "Kidowed" to describe the struggles, sorrows, and triumphs of her first two children's painful and short lives. In her second book, "Walking the Mile", she attempts to resume her life with a new husband, a new town, and a new baby. She describes her journey through the struggles with undiagnosed and stigmatized mental and physical illness, resulting in addiction, alcoholism, and the abandonment of her family and society as a whole. And finally--the light at the end of the tunnel.
A person who is married to someone in the service who doesn't just depend on their spouse for financial support, but pretty much relies on them for it. They start out all cute and All-American until after the wedding, then it's like cookies, couch and coach purses. Arguing with other dependas over Facebook all day over who's the bigger dependa. They're generally not educated and have no goals or aspirations in life. They live their lives through their husband's successes and think they rank and are better than "civilians" when they themselves are in face...still civilians.
You can usually find them at the PX and/or commissary like a herd of cattle during every pay period blowing their spouse's paycheck on oreos, Coach and Michael Kors and then complaining 2 days after "they" got paid that they're broke and need someone to deliver them free diapers for their 6th baby. (also see "dependa-twat", "dependasaurus" and "dependapotomus")
-"My husband and I just got married last month, what are some websites that give free stuff to military wives?"
--"Shut up dependa."
-"I got married to My Marine, he's going to take care of me now. No more working at Taco Bell for this girl!"
in Pop Culture
Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. Join us for Part 2 of our big Adult Swim marathon! In this vintage episode we talk about the "cartoons for grown ups" phenomenon and continue our Adult Swim fascination with a look at China, IL. We talk to star Gary Anthony Williams, and creators-writers-producers-actors-songwriters Brad Neely and Daniel Weidenfeld.
in Pop Culture
Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of cereal, turning on the 'toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. Join us this week on an Adult Swim marathon! In our first episode we talk about the Adult Swim block on the Cartoon Network and speak with some of the people behind one of their biggest hits, "Eagleheart" starring the one and only Chris Elliot. We get real and geeky with actress Maria Thayer (Strangers With Candy, 30 Rock, Arrested Development), producer Jason Woliner (Human Giant), and writer Andrew Weinberg (Late Night with Conan O'Brien), plus what's the deal with Adult Swim anyway? And if that doesn't get your motor running, stay tuned for a whole other episode immediately following!
Lewisville Fighting Farmers vs. Rowlett Eagles: Play-By-Play
Come and listen live to high school football!
*** Tonight's Guest***
Gerald Lee Miller is a 17 years old writer, singer, public speaker, teen mentor, athletics couch, and marshal artist. Having been home schooled the majority of his life he uses the advantages he was blessed with to help others he has a wealth of information to give having positive ties to Compton. Starting with his grandmother Glades a black women in the 30's to own 14 houses and his grandfather the first black man to own a boat shop, animal feed store, and trucking company he owned the entire corner of Wilmington & Green leaf. Being a teen mentor he has a passion for helping other young individuals who don’t have people to help them he owns a non-profit that focuses on securing transitional housing for individuals form the ages of 16 to 21 transitioning out of the group home system. So that they wont feel abounded and turn to the penal system for security while individuals are in this facility the occupants will be in S.T.E.M and will be thought basic life skills so that they may smoothly and peacefully re-enter society.
Exercise that's fun is usually the best route to losing weight and staying healthy. Many look at Zumba and say, "Yeah, that looks like fun. Let's do it!" But there are some downsides to Zumba that you should know about. Find out what you should know about Zumba before you start a program and end up back on the couch where you started. There's a better way and hope and I'll tell you if you listen in!
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