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Join Dr. Brewer as she talks with Sharnel Williams, author of "What A
Mother To Do." A heartbreaking account of the loss of her son, the
lessons she learned, the advice she offers - and the advocacy that is
now an important part of her life.
Get Busy Living - Kansas City,KS based Pop/Punk band...New EP "All Good Memories Fade" Out now...Played this past weekend @ South By So What?...Check out their music & more @ www.facebook.com/GetBusyLivingBand
Small Town Titans - Rock band from York,Pa...New album "From Fight to Flight" out now..Big Show this weekend w/ Kix in Hummelswarf,Pa @ Hummels Wharf Fire Co...Check out their music & more @ www.facebook.com/smalltowntitans
Grieves - Rapper/Alternative Artist/Producer from Seattle...New album "Winter & The Wolves" out March 25th...Headed to the UK in April in support of the album..Check out their music & more @ www.facebook.com/Grievesmusic
PRESENTING Mr Wild Hair himself GRANT GRIEVES live from Nashville!..
In 1959, Grant Grieves recorded his first song, "Honky Tonk Women" on KCM records.
On the flip side was "The Guns" which was an answer to Johnny Cash's hit, "Don't Take Your Guns To Town." This record was later followed up by "Four In The Floor", "Married Woman", "Shake It Baby", "If I Ever Stopped Laughin I'd Cry", "Honky Tonk Fever" and "Drinkin' and Drivin'. http://www.grantgrieves.com/shop.html
Grant Grieves is in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame..
Join me and Billy London "Rockabilly Keeper of the Flame" as guest co- host as we have a one on one show with GRANT GRIEVES!!!
360 Degrees of Grief: Reflections of Hope, Volume 1, a collection of first-person stories detailing how scores of people from different walks of life, including Christian recording artists Steve Green, Wayne Watson, Clay Crosse and Melodie Tunney of First Call, have dealt with grief in a myriad of circumstances. The book was borne out of author and editor Kayla Fioravanti's grief following the death of her mother.
"After my mother died, I started looking for resources to help me make sense of my emotions," Fioravanti says. "I quickly realized most of the books on the subject deal with grief from only an individual perspective. I was definitely grieving as a daughter losing her mother, but I also knew my father was grieving as a husband losing his wife. Others were grieving the loss of a friend, or grandparent, or mentor. We were all impacted differently."
Fioravanti's experience ignited in her a passion to provide comfort to people in the midst and aftermath of a crisis.
"Life does not exist without grief. To live is to experience. This book, 360 Degrees of Grief, was written by a group of authors that have been touched by an array of losses. The sharing of wisdom and life events promotes growth and healing, as it does in this therapeutic collection. May your life also find light and wellness through the encouraging words contained in this book." - Mary Humphrey, Author
Go to www.360degreesbooks.com
In a landmark episode Dr.Bones and Tetra are joined by their first ever interview with a rapper, Grieves with Budo. This is the seventh installment of our Vans Warped Tour Wednesday.The fans have been requesting some rapper style acts to come on the show but the boys wanted to wait until they found the right fit and Grieves and Budo fit the bill perfectly. Grieves flow is very smooth and you will be able to see this when we play a couple songs of theirs on the air. This will prove to be a very great episode and we will also be giving out signed posters from Grieves with Budo. Tune in! Aloha The Dr.Bones and Tetra Staff
Tonights show is all about finding a way to get through the anguish of grief and loneliness. Not for the faint of heart, these are formidable foes that can leave a soul feeling empty, lost, confused, torn and broken. What are some ways we can combat these giants when they arise? What experience do you have with grief , what grieves you today, and how can the burden of grief be lifted ? Listen and call in or join chat for encouragement, support and offer some insight to these important questions. A different perspective is often what casts light into a situation where we have personally exhausted what we might perceive to be all possible options.
in Self Help
Losing a loved-one is a painful and emotional experience. There is no definitive time line for grief as everyone grieves differently. Tune in as I discuss the path from grieving to healing withAnne J. Koller.
After losing her beloved father to a sudden heart attack, Anne embarked on a journely to understand and visualize the deepest emotions of grief and founded The Ashes Project.
The Ashes Project serves as a platform for a broader discussion on loss, life's only certainty and how we heal. Anne is currently developing TAPIN, an immersive, interactive exhibit where you choose the emotional journey you explore and how you interact when you are at the center of your emotions. TAPIN aims to expose emotions once and for all and sheds light on what they are here to teach us.
Call in to ask a question or provide a comment 718-305-7346
Spinning 2 for 1
* NEW TUNE never before heard on #SitNSpin
*01- Red Light by #EricaMorgan
02- Did You Think by Erica Morgan
*03- Bluesman by #DaveWidow
*04- I Look For Things Like That by Dave Widow
*05- Remedy by The Former Members - U.S psych blues
*06- Stand Up by TheFormerMembers
*07- Devils Way by #TheMawBand
08- Moonbeans And Dust by The Maw Band
09- American Dream by Madison Rising
10- Soldiers Of America by Madison Rising
11- Whiskey by #DiamondHitch
12- NashvilleNights by Diamond Hitch
13- Rain Pours Down by CashboX
14- Iron Mt Train by CashboX
15- I Call Home by JeremiahWheeler
16- Can't Run From Her by Jeremiah Wheeler
17- Touch The Ground by Frank Hannon Band
18- Redemption by Frank Hannon Band
19- It Ain't Just Music by @JoyCollinsMusic
20- I Do by Joy Collins
21- Same Way by @JRNYrevisited
22- Don't Stop Believing by www.JourneyRevisited.com
23- Rock Me Baby by www.GrantGrieves.com
24- Four On The Floor by Rockabilly Hall Of Famer- Grant Grieves
25- Rock This House by Catfish and The Hollywood Hounddogs
26- Hot Rod Momma by HDD
27- Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynrd- #Donate to #RonEckermanCancerFund
28- Call Me The Breeze- written by #JJ Cale #RIP
This episode is sponsored by: The Rose Theater
COMING AUGUST 2-30 to
#WilliamShakespeares #HAMLET The Tragedy of the Prince of Denmark -Tickets $20
HELEN THOMAS SENT TO HELL
Vocal anti-Semite Helen Thomas is dead. A liberal media grieves. Obama and Sharpton are now the same person! No one shows up for the Trayvon rallies. The Obamas are summering on glamorous Martha's Vineyard! Andy Dick terrorizes the Hamptons! San Diego Comic Con and MORE!
THIS IS A TRIBUTE SHOW TO MY CAT RAINBOW BABY, MY HEART GRIEVES, AS I LOST MY BELOVED MEMBER OF THE FAMILY ON SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013.
YOU NEVER LET GO LORD!!!!!!
IF YOU LOVE YOUR PETS YOU WILL MOST CERTAINLY LOVE THIS SHOW........
THANKS TO GLENN BECK........http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrJDvfEcZnU
THANKS TO MARK LEVIN.......http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sz_juipc3vU
ALSO WE WILL ALSO GO OVER THE WEEKS CURRENT EVENTS.
ALONG WITH THE MARTIN AND ZIMMERMAN TRIAL WHAT JUST HAPPENED
A wide variety of topics such as current events, religion, comedy all wrap into one show. Unique observations on what goes on day to day in every aspect of ones own life.. More to come......but enough said at least for now.
Pride is Over; and things will never be the same.
Remembering Kyle Scanlon
Kyle Scanlon left us a year ago - an activist, researcher, and front-line worker, Scanlon worked with agencies like the 519 and Sherbourne Health Centre to develop programs to address the needs of Toronto’s trans community. Scanlon was the former executive director of the Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line, the first openly transgender man to be the executive director of an LGBTQ agency in Canada.
ROYNATION wants to thank Dash Dwyer for for making this segment happen and bringing together Kyle's friends Levy Reisz, Janet Knights and brother Rick Smith to talk about Kyle and what he meant to them on this anniversary of him taking his life.
CALGARY! FLOODS, QUEERS, Oh My.
Also, we'll be talking to Calgarians Kari McQueen, Jessica Dollard and James Demers about what they saw, where they were and what they've been doing since the flood hit. And especially what the flood's impact has been on the LGBTQ community.