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  • 00:32

    Reader's Entertainment Radio Show Presents: Ann Aguirre

    in Books

    You'll definitely want to tune in Thursday, May 21st at 6pm EST! New York Times & USA Today bestselling author, Ann Aguirre, joins me to discuss her latest novel, The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things!  I'm excited to have this Young Adult and Adult Fiction author stop by to chat about her books, a few of her favorite things, what goes in to a YA Scavenger Hunt, and all about Team Teal!


    Book Blurb:


    Sage Czinski is trying really hard to be perfect. If she manages it, people won't peer beyond the surface, or ask hard questions about her past. She's learned to substitute causes for relationships, and it's working just fine . . . until Shane Cavendish strolls into her math class. He's a little antisocial, a lot beautiful, and everything she never knew she always wanted. 
    Shane Cavendish just wants to be left alone to play guitar and work on his music. He's got heartbreak and loneliness in his rearview mirror, and this new school represents his last chance. He doesn't expect to be happy; he only wants to graduate and move on. He never counted on a girl like Sage.
    But love doesn't mend all broken things, and sometimes life has to fall apart before it can be put back together again. . . .


     


     

  • 00:02

    BITS: LITTLE RIVER BAND'S WAYNE NELSON

    in Entertainment

    Lead singer and bass guitar player, song writer and co-writer for the Little River Band, Wayne Nelson has been playing bass and singing lead vocals with the band for more than 30 years. Nelson reminisces with Halli when he joins her at the table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show.


    The Little River Band originally formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1975. Nelson came on board in 1979 the first American to join the band. All told, LRB has sold more than 30 million records and achieved 13 U.S. Top 40 hits, most notably Reminiscing, Lonesome Loser, Cool Change, The Night Owls and Take It Easy on Me, the latter two songs featuring lead vocals by Nelson, along with his considerable talent as a bass guitarist, his funk bass skills distinguishing him early in the band’s history. Just as compelling as the story of the band is Nelson’s personal life a story of extreme highs and tragic lows. 


    Reminiscing with Little River Band’s Wayne Nelson, Halli’s guest for the hour when he joins Halli at her table Wednesday, May 20, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • REMINISCING WITH LITTLE RIVER BAND'S WAYNE NELSON

    in Entertainment

    Lead singer and bass guitar player, song writer and co-writer for the Little River Band, Wayne Nelson has been playing bass and singing lead vocals with the band for more than 30 years. Nelson will be reminiscing with Halli when he joins her at the table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, May 20, 3 pm ET.


    The Little River Band originally formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1975. Nelson came on board in 1979 the first American to join the band. All told, LRB has sold more than 30 million records and achieved 13 U.S. Top 40 hits, most notably Reminiscing, Lonesome Loser, Cool Change, The Night Owls and Take It Easy on Me, the latter two songs featuring lead vocals by Nelson, along with his considerable talent as a bass guitarist, his funk bass skills distinguishing him early in the band’s history. Just as compelling as the story of the band is Nelson’s personal life a story of extreme highs and tragic lows. 


    Reminiscing with Little River Band’s Wayne Nelson, Halli’s guest for the hour when he joins Halli at her table Wednesday, May 20, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 00:58

    REMINISCING WITH LITTLE RIVER BAND'S BASSIST WAYNE NELSON

    in Entertainment

    Lead singer and bass guitar player, song writer and co-writer for the Little River Band, Wayne Nelson has been playing bass and singing lead vocals with the band for more than 30 years. Nelson will be reminiscing with Halli when he joins her at the table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, May 20, 3 pm ET.


    The Little River Band originally formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1975. Nelson came on board in 1979 the first American to join the band. All told, LRB has sold more than 30 million records and achieved 13 U.S. Top 40 hits, most notably Reminiscing, Lonesome Loser, Cool Change, The Night Owls and Take It Easy on Me, the latter two songs featuring lead vocals by Nelson, along with his considerable talent as a bass guitarist, his funk bass skills distinguishing him early in the band’s history. Just as compelling as the story of the band is Nelson’s personal life a story of extreme highs and tragic lows. 


    Reminiscing with Little River Band’s Wayne Nelson, Halli’s guest for the hour when he joins Halli at her table Wednesday, May 20, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 00:31

    Stories Behind The Music- Stevie Ray Vaughn- Lost Rider's Biography Series

    in Music

    Lost Rider's "legends of Rock" Biography Series of Famous Guitar Players and Bands continues with the Legendary, Stevie Ray Vaughn. Stevie Ray Vaughan, who died just 36 days short of his 36th birthday, played with blistering, note-bending intensity, a gut-wrenching vibrato and tons of soul. His all-too abbreviated legacy-five albums as a leader and a number of powerful sideman stints - ended with a long overdue collaboration with older brother Jimmie Lee Vaughan, on the posthumously released Family Style. A well-balanced mixture of driving rock and roll, smooth R&B, earthy funk and heartfelt blues, the album took SRV full circle, back to his South Dallas days, paying tribute to the music the Vaughan boys listened to and loved in the Sixties and Seventies.

  • 01:31

    Music Journalist Alli Marshall, Musician Joey Stuckey,

    in Pop Culture

    Music Journalist Alli Marshall has begun the promotional tour for her first novel, How to Talk to Rockstars, which was inspired by her years of interviewing musicians. The Western New York native was transplanted to Western North Carolina via Goddard College where she earned her MFA in Creative Writing before landing a job as the arts & entertainment reporter at Asheville’s alt-weekly news and arts paper, Mountain Xpress. A dozen years later she’s still at it, regularly interviewing musicians and artists of all genres, reviewing albums and writing articles. She also serves as the arts section editor at Xpress.


    Musician, songwriter and performer Joey Stuckey has no boundaries. In his spare time, we're guessing he never sleeps, he is a producer, adjunct professor, TV show host, studio engineer - at his own Shadow Studios - husband, and very active in his community of Macon, Georgia. He's worked with and is highly respected by many of music's luminaries. While in Nashville working a production gig with legendary Alan Parsons he suggested a subtle change with one of the instruments would greatly improve the recording. After testing the idea, Parsons deferred to his judgement and followed it by directing the crew to follow Stuckey's direction without question. Yet even the Eye In The Sky guy likely never imagined he would see video proof of the Macon guitar slinger carjacking a woman's BMW to get to a gig in the video for his Blues song Blind Man Drivin'.


    Mme Perry also had a few surprise guests that night!


    We welcome your calls.

  • 00:32

    The Hay Girls Show presents Andrew Jadyn of The Old Storm

    in Indie Music

    Accoustic Guitar session with Andrew Jadyn of The Old Storm. We will be LIVE again on KWOD, sharing our local Arizona grown, Fiercely Independent Musical groups.

  • 00:38

    Interview with Olivia Frances

    in Music

    OLIVIA FRANCES is an old soul wrapped inside the effervescent free spirit of an 18-year-old girl. This talented singer-songwriter originally from Cincinnati, OH and now based in Nashville began her musical journey at a young age – her first performance was a duet with a friend during an elementary school talent show. Her pursuit of the spotlight was set in motion in 7th Grade when Olivia had her first solo at the school’s Winter Concert. It was a moment that remains vividly in her mind; as she stepped up to the microphone, away from the choir and sang her first solo, Olivia knew in that instant that being on stage was where she belonged.

    She started studying music in earnest after that; with piano at age six and by the time she was 12, her love of guitar and songwriting came to the forefront. Olivia continues to hone her musical talents and took the step of moving to Nashville on her own after graduating high school. After joining the prestigious Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) at age 12, her move to Nashville enabled Olivia to become more active and attend more NSAI events. Her days are spent perfecting her music, while at the same time learning as much as she can about the music business as an intern with a record label. The valuable experience and connections she makes have allowed Olivia to play at such well-respected venues as The Commodore Grille and The Bluebird.


    All in all, this is only the beginning for the vivacious young girl who grew up in Cincinnati with no musical influence in her family. Olivia’s mother is a writer and her father runs their family business. Their love and support have shaped Olivia into the hard working, always curious young woman she is today. Olivia is planning an exciting new project in 2015 and continues to pursue her dreams while writing and making music in the Music City.

  • 00:45

    Keeping It Real With SLashay Welcomes Miss Bowie Maryland Paegant Winner

    in Women

    On March 31 at George Washington University Hospital, Frances Audrey Theresa Ware was born. After three months, she moved overseas with her older brother of four years, Francis Anthony Isaac and mother, Dr. Jane A Ware. Dubbed "Terri" by her mother when she was a newborn, the three lived in England, Germany and Korea. After living overseas for 7 years, the Ware Family moved back to the states where they lived in Arlington, VA for a brief stint before moving to Stafford, VA where they established their new home.
     
    Growing up, the now twenty four year old was involved in many extra-curricular activities. She played the viola, guitar and piano, danced and received her first degree black belt alongside her brother in Tae Kwon Do. Terri also found time to help out her community through girl scouts, church and later in high school through the Learn and Serve program. After attending Virginia School of the Arts for a summer intensive program and then graduating from North Stafford High School with an Advanced Diploma in 2009, Terri took a few years off to work, make sure her life goals were what she wanted to achieve and moved to Bowie, Maryland. Here, she was a make up artist for DC Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 Collection, volunteered her talents to conduct televised and written interviews for Fresh Daily Inc., a company that discovers and promotes "lifestyle" throughout the DMV and is chief correspondent for the CEO of ibrandwebrand, Denise Moss. Some of her interviews include well known individuals such as Chef James Robinson from Hells Kitchen Season 13 and singer Yhai Portier.
     

     

  • 02:00

    Sunny Blue Bland- Exclusive Interview- Mon 18, 2015-06 pm PST On Lynne's Den

    in Music

    Tune In Here:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/facesofsuccessradio/2015/05/18/sunny-blue-bland-exclusive-interview-mon-182015-06-pm-pst-on-lynnes-den


    Call in to speak with the host or guest (718) 664-6324 choose option (1) to speak to guest or host.


    Sunny Blue Bland in Sacramento, California. Raised and went to school mostly in California, Began traveling with the only man to be known as his father, Bobby Blue Bland. Graduated valedictorian at Sacramento High School in 1981. Also President of the youth, and college chapter of the NAACP. Entertainment has always been a part of Sunny Blue Bland life, from acting, singing and music promotion.


    At the mature age, the calling to sing the blues is something he has always wanted to pursue, and now at Sunny Blue Bland felt compelled to do so with the lost of so many great icons, such as Johnny Taylor, Johnny Guitar Watson, Albert King, BB King and numerous others not mentioned, but not forgotten. Sunny's passion for the blues is manifested from episodes of love ones lost and the real life experiences of pain and sorrow he has experienced. 


    Sunny Blue Bland is known for his chilling stage presence and sold out performances internationally. His number one influence of the blues is his father, the great Bobby Blue Bland, also O.V Wright, Johnny Taylor and the mighty Joe Hicks. Sunny Blue Bland has had the honors in performing at “Hard Rock Café”, “Silver Legacy”, and “Reno’s Blues Festival” after party, “Zokku’s Club & Sushi Bar”, “California State Fair” "Cal Neva Hotel & Casino" "Black Expo" "Blues Festival Hosted by the NAACP" and more. 


     

  • 00:24

    Mystery at Twilight Time

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Mystery at Twilight Time


    The Three Suns Twilight Time


     


    Barcarolle T-698


    From “Tales of Hoffman “


    Girl of My Dreams T-699


    Once In A While T-700


    Who's Sorry Now? T-701


    Sonata T-971 [1090A]


    Jealousy T-835 [1090B]


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    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:


    www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or oscssw@juno.com


    The Three Suns, ‎– Twilight Time


    Majestic M-2 M2 1947


    Barcarolle T-698


    From “Tales of Hoffman “


    Girl of My Dreams T-699


    Once In A While T-700


    Who's Sorry Now? T-701


    The group was formed in 1939. 


    Founding Members: 
    Artie Dunn - Vocals, Organ. 
    Morty Nevins - Accordion. 
    Al Nevins - Guitar. 


    The group was formed in 1939 by brothers Al Nevins (guitar) and Morty Nevins (accordion) and their cousin, radio and vaudeville veteran Artie Dunn (vocals, electronic). They became a popular nightclub attraction; during a New York engagement in 1944, they were signed to appear in short musical films for the Soundies movie jukeboxes. They performed nine songs for the cameras.


    The Three Suns, Sonata


    Label: Majestic ‎ 1090 1946


    A Sonata


    Vocals – Artie Dunn Written By – Alstone, Drake, Shirl


    B: Jealousy (Jalousie)


    Written-By – Jacob Gade