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  • 00:34

    The Kerri Edelman Show presents Hard Rock/Metal Band Tremonti

    in Rock Music

    Dedication breeds the best results. Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum guitarist and singer Mark Tremonti continues to wholeheartedly commit himself to his craft, barely drawing a breath for air in between his eponymous band, Alter Bridge, and Creed. Following tours supporting his critically acclaimed 2012 solo debut, All I Was, and Alter Bridge’s chart-topping Fortress, he immediately began writing in his Orlando Studio at the top of 2014. Joined by longtime guitarist Eric “Erock” Friedman, drummer Garrett Whitlock, and bassist Wolfgang Van Halen—a studio first—Tremonti penned more than twenty-five songs over the course of multiple sessions. Emerging from the most prolific period of his two-decade career, Tremonti delivers successive albums—Cauterize and Dust—on his Fret12 Records with production by Michael "Elvis" Baskette [Alter Bridge/Slash}. Cauterize lead the charge in summer 2015 and Dust is following in April 2016, the one-two punch of modern thrash and melody that has become the group’s signature fuels this engine, but Tremonti tweaks it with a polyrhythmic jackhammer at just the right moments. The group sold out countless shows on its tours and has a full slate of dates lined up ahead—including appearances at major festivals such as Download Festival, Graspop Metal Meeting, and Hellfest. “I hope people can enjoy the music the way I do,” he leaves off. “As we were recording, there was this excitement amongst everyone. We go into every record questioning if we’ll be able to outdo the previous album. That’s my goal—to make a better record every time. If one fan thinks Dust is better than Cauterize and All I Was, we’ve done our job.” For more information, visit www.fret12.com/mark-tremonti

  • 01:02

    #284 11 Skills Toddlers Use BEFORE Words Emerge. #6 Understands Early Gestures

    in Parents

    Join speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP, of teachmetotalk.com as she continues her series about the 11 skills toddlers achieve before first words emerge. In today's show, Laura discusses the importance of beginning to understand gestures and nonverbal communication as a precursor for developing language skills. 

    Read the complete summary for the show at Laura's website here:

    #284 Understands Early Gestures

  • 01:58

    Hard Starboard Radio: A Week Of JASmius On KCAA & KMET

    in Politics Conservative

    Now we arrive in the current year where the pace of need for my guest-hosting services picked up, as well as the need to get the #NeverTrump message out at every opportunity.  That message has grown in critical importance, and I made the most of every second of precious KMET airtime.

    Kind of amazing - and a testament to the integrity of my friend, the Director - that he didn't let his "benefit of the doubt" gimmick stand in the way.  Or maybe it was that he had no one else to fill in on such short notice.  Either way, my honored gratitude remains extended.

    Live podcasts resume May 2nd.


  • 00:45

    Easy To Say YES; Hard To Say NO!

    in Motivation

    Spoken Girl, do you enjoy saying Yes Ma'am or  No Ma'am?  Sometimes we find it easy to say Yes to the people we should say No too and hard to say No to the people we Should say NO too. Learn the joy of NO! It's Ok to say No..No NO!! No to lies..No to deceit..No to disloyalty..No just because..Join me your Spoken Girl host, SxyRsh, in conversation today..Live 2pm (est) 607-203-5364. Let me know if you are an Easy to please Yes or a Hard as nails NO! Leave me a comment and follow me today..

  • 02:59

    CMT Firestorm/Cold Hard Truth NFL draft coverage

    in Sports

    Hey everybody, 

    The hosts of The Cold Hard Truth and CMT Firestorm will do the NFL Draft coverage. Please feel free to call in at 321-274-3323 and give your opinion.

  • Hard I These Streetz

    in Entertainment

    New music Monday- we got next - hip hop - music - radio - underground- ind

  • 00:53

    Ted Riederer, Art, Vinyl and Pop Culture!

    in Pop Culture

    A “one-time refugee from punk and sometime band member,”Ted Riederer has armed himself with painting supplies, electric guitars, ampliers, old LPs, record players, drum kits, hard disk recorders, photography equipment, a vinyl record lathe, and long-stemmed roses as he’s ambled artistically from the Americas to the Antipodes. His work has been shown nationally and internationally including exhibitions at PS1, Prospect 1.5, Goff and Rosenthal Berlin, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery (San Francisco), Marianne Boesky Gallery, Context Gallery (Derry, Ireland), David Winton Bell Gallery (Brown University), The University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, the Liverpool Biennial, and the Dhaka Arts Center, Bangladesh. His Never Records project has traveled from New York, to Liverpool, to Derry, to New Orleans, to Texas, and to London, which was sponsored by the Tate Modern.

  • 01:09

    The Billy Moon Project .. Hard Rock

    in Rock Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes The Billy Moon Project (Hard Rock) to the Show!


    The Billy Moon Project started by songwriter (born) Charles Fritts, aka: Billy Moon, as an original hard rock trio. Moon recruits bassist "Paul Sweeney" and drummer "James Casner" during winter of 2013/2014. Trio begins in February 2014 and by May enters Waterworks Recording Studio. The result was "For All Mankind" produced by Jim Waters and mastered by David Shirk, released early 2015 on multiple formats and on the web. Late in 2015 band signs on with Pride Management introducing Elena Strittmatter as manager/agent. Upcoming plans for 2016 include recording second album and beginning its first radio campaign.

    All Media Inquiries: 
    Elena Strittmatter
    of Kim K. Jones Pride Management

  • 00:58

    Why Can't I Meditate? How to Get Your Mindfulness Practice on Track

    in Spirituality

    Why Can't I Meditate? How to get your mindfulness practice on track with Nigel Wellings

    Meditation is supposed to be a practice that's relaxing and beneficial...so why is it so hard to commit to? While many people have taken workshops in meditation, a significant number don't maintain their practice for long after the class is finished.

    Mindfulness can help us relax and is great for coming to grips with thoughts that make us depressed or anxious, but it can also bring us into a more intimate relationship with ourselves--a prospect that can make some feel uncomfortable. Yes, lots of good things come out of meditation practice, but keeping it up is challenging.

    This is where Why Can't I Meditate? comes in. Full of practical ways to help our mindfulness practice flourish, this book also features guidance from a wide spectrum of secular and Buddhist mindfulness teachers, and personal accounts by new meditators on what they find difficult and what helps them overcome those blocks.

    Nigel Wellings is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist who has been teaching and writing about the relationship between psychotherapy and Buddhism for the last sixteen years. He has served as a Director of Training at the Centre for Transpersonal Psychology, is a founding member of The Forum for Contemplative Studies and a facilitator on The Bath and Bristol Mindfulness Courses.

    Click here to purchase Nigel's book from Amazon.com

    For more info visit: http://whycantimeditate.com/

  • 02:00

    Hard Starboard Radio: A Week Of JASmius On KCAA & KMET

    in Politics Conservative

    Like "Chama-chama-chama-chama-chama-chamleon," guest-hosting gigs come and go.  February 21st of last year saw the Director at a speaking engagment in Temecula, California, and Alex Ferguson at an event in Riverside, California, leaving the gold-pressed latinum CR microphone all the myself.  It was, little did I know at the time, the last time I would fill-in on KCAA, as the program migrated to KMET 1490-AM a month later.  Ditto.  And also my last time in the center seat of the starship Pistachio for another nine months, which is the time I recall getting the phone call a little over two hours before airtime for American Daily Review that I'd be flying solo again.  That's me, Mr. "Flexibility".  At least in some ways.

    Live podcasts resume May 2nd.

  • 00:31

    Jets off-season Podcast: Brady's Suspension is Back

    in Sports

    Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as they discuss the return of Tom Brady's Four Game Suspension as the Appeals of Roger Goodell has been heard and succeeded in the 2nd Circut and that means the first four games of the 2016 NFL Season will be hit hard. We will also take into account of other factors that Brady and the Patriots can look at to either cut the suspension in half or get rid of it all again.