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One for the rockers... First up, Don Levandier from Moncton's The Motorleague will join us for CM's 20 Questions. The band has a new album out now through Sonic Records.
CM Academy will feature our friend and contributor Kit Watson of RockItGirl Group. Kit will offer up some tips on fine-tuning your social media presence - which platforms to use, how to make the most of them, and more.
Then, CM Catches Up With ... Chris Cresswell of The Flatliners! The band has a new disc dropping this fall and are just about to embark on a full Canadian tour, so we'll get the latest from that camp.
Should be a lot of fun, so join us!
The show starts with two “Live Events of the Week” before the opening theme song even plays! Dean tells tales of hanging out in Melbourne with Lou Diamond Phillips and Peter Shinkoda, then Phil gives a history lesson on a bright light in the 1930′s progressive movement in L.A., as well as a re-opened and re-modeled SoCal cultural icon.
After the opening, your friends in podcasting discuss a “Lawsuit of the Week” where theatre actors are suing their own union and a Federal investigation into claims that women filmmakers are being discriminated against in Hollywood.
Then, movies and television shows get reviewed and discussed, including the documentary “Merchants of Doubt”, the current releases “Room” and “Spotlight”, the films of Fritz Lang, new television series “Quantico”, “Grandfathered” and “The Grinder”, and the new season of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”. After that, Dean and Phil iscuss an email from a loyal listener about how “good” television might be standing in the way of “great television” (and whether this might be true of movies as well). Then, it’s an absolute information dump as dozens of big-screen and small-screen adaptations, remakes, reboots and revivals are previewed and debated. “Men in Black”, “The Watchmen”, “Die Hard”, “Roots”, “Charlie’s Angels”, “Twin Peaks”, “Hart to Hart”, “Flatliners”, “Lethal Weapon”, “John Wick” and “The A-Team” are only some of the titles that will get discussed.
This one should be called YOUR Chillpak Hollywood 70 Minutes!
Matthew Grant was joined by special guest commentators Jaze Heartless, Tyler Loveman, Space Monkey & Vaughn Vertigo sporadically throughout the night at PWE in Barrie calling the action for our listeners!
The FULL card for this event was:
Carter Mason (c) v. Will White - PWE Championship
Troops of Doom (John Greed & Rage) v. The Flatliners (Asylum & Matt Burns) - Jaze Heartless' Identity v. Colin Brackenridge's 50% Ownership
Tyler Thomas v. D-Man v. Space Monkey - Triple Threat Championship Qualifier
Vaughn Vertigo v. Gabriel Fuerza - Winner Recieves a PWE Contract
Peter McNeill (formerly known as BEARicade) v. Chunk E Fresh
Chief Ade v. Rex Atkins
King of Kempenfelt Battle Royal
True Rivals, a four piece punk rock band from Los Angeles, California, will release their debut full-length album. The debut album is a mix of Rancid-style dual vocals (led by bassist Derik Envy and guitarist Kevin Besignano) along with familiar sound of hard rock riffs and beats by drummer Nate Walker and guitarist Trevor Jackson; reminiscent of artist such as The Clash, The Specials and Social Distortion.
Created by a group of friends, the group consist of past and present members of Bullets and Octane, Unwritten Law, Lit, The exposed, Longway, Rufio and more. Individually the members have toured the world and have spent time performing on stages at some of music's largest festivals including Warped Tour, SoundWave, etc. and have toured alongside bands such as the Buzzcocks. Suicidal Tendencies, Sugar Ray, Zebrahead, Alkaline Trio, Horrorpops, Bad Religion, and The Flatliners. Together, they bring an old familiarity that is missing in today's music industry and prove once and for all that Rock and Roll, in fact, NOT dead. R360 caught up with the lads direct from LA to chat with them about their newly released album.
Matthew Grant & David Kirkwood will be LIVE in Oshawa calling the action for our listeners!
The FULL card for this event is:
Cody Deaner (c) v. ??? - PWEclipse Championship
The Flatliners (Matt Burns & Asylum) v. The Fraternity (Trent Gibson & Bradford Montague)
Ethan Page v. Johnny Gargano
Josh Alexander v. Matt Cross
Hornet v. Will White
Carter Mason v. Gregory Iron
The Bee Machine v. Dr. Wagnerofsky
Tonight on the program we spoke with Author John Cunningham. John has a thrilling adventure novel out Red Right Return and is to be the first of a series of Buck Reilly adventures. Of course, we hear at the show love character series in novels. John is basing his novels in and around the adventurous backdrop of Key West, Havana and the Bahamas. Be sure and grab a copy on paperback or Kindle by visiting the link below.
Later, an interview with Matt Burns, one half of the wrestling tag team The Flatliners. They will be appearing at this week's ECWA First Annual K-Cup Tag Team Tourement in Newark, Delaware. The Flatliners hail from Canada and are making more appearances throughout the states and have been recently featured in PWI Magazine. For tickets and information, visit the ECWA website below and we'll see you there. It is a double-header event and full of some of the very best tag teams from near and far.
We also covered some of the news headlines included some heated debate about the Penn State University scandal that is rocking the nation. Your opinion always counts so email us with yours.
TRIVIA QUESTION - What is the origin of Black Friday? Two possible answers but only one needed to win a Behind The Mike prize pack. Email your answer to us at Studio@BehindTheMike.info. The correct entries will be put into a hat for the winning draw and announced Sunday night November 20.
John Cunningham - Official Website
ECWA Pro Wrestling - Official Website
We're fresh off of a great run at Canadian Music Week 2014, where Canadian Musician had the chance to take in plenty of panels and sessions during the day and musical showcases at night.
We also connected with a slew of the artists performing during the 2014 festival, and are happy to bring you some highlights of those interviews in this week's show.
We'll check in with the likes of Magic!, Gloryhound, The Flatliners, Kristina Maria, T.Nile, and more, plus share some highlights from the event and give you a run down of the latest industry news from across the country and the world.
A great episode this week featuring interviews with a pair of intriguing ladies and a new segment.
First, we put Mike in the spotlight for our first edition of CM's 20 Questions - quick snappers ranging from "favourite Neil Young song" to "coolest guitar of all time" and a whole bunch in between. Expect more of these with some recognizable characters down the road.
Our CM Academy segment features Kim Sinclair of SpinCount, a radio tracking and PR firm that's worked with everyone from Joel Plaskett to The Flatliners to David Myles and more. She has the scoop on what radio tracking is all about and how you can gain some traction with the medium.
Finally, CM Catches Up With ... Martha Johnson, the frontwoman of seminal Canadian new wave act Martha and the Muffins, who's just recently released an interesting collection of solo material, much of which was co-written with our friend Ron Sexsmith.
Don't miss it!
Larry Lundy has been a production designer for 26 years. He
was born in Queens, New York and graduated from the State
University College at Buffalo with a BFA in painting and sculpture.
As an Art Director/Production Designer and Set Decorator his credits include: Angel Street movie and TV Series, E.R., Baby on Board, High Fidelity, Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, Drunkboat and others.
Lundy was a founding member of Hallwalls Media
Center in Buffalo in 1975, where he curated DaDaDay and the Buffalo Film Festival. He developed Writeratio , to give writers an opportunity to read from their works. His art has been shown at The New Museum (NYC), A Space (Toronto),Art Institute of Chicago, Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo)among other venues.
He was a member of Randolph Street Gallery and curated the Loop Show (1981) at the historic Fischer Building in Chicago.
His writing has appeared in The New Art Examiner, the Chicago Reader, the Journal of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Lundy's work has been seen in productions such as High
Fidelity, ER, The Babe, Mind of the Married Man, Flatliners,
VI Warshawski, Chicago Hope among many others. He has won the Midwest Film Festival Best Art Direction award twice, in 2002 and 2005.
He began teaching production design at Columbia College
in 2007 where he continues to this day. He has also taught two sessions for the FIT (Film Industry Training) Program in Michigan in 2009. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
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