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Bill "Watermelon Slim" Holmans. What can you say about this man? Bonnie Raitt probably said it best when at a 2009 concert she called Slim a "living blues legend".
Born in Boston, Slim was raised in North Carolina listening to the housekeeper sing John Lee Hooker songs.
Watermelon Slim & The Workers have garnered 17 Blues Music Award nominations including a record-tying six in both 2007 & 2008 and Slim is the only blues artist in history with twelve in two consecutive years.
So much to this man's life, we will try and fit it all in!
He will be joined by Sean "Bad" Apple and Bluesberry Cafe Owner, Arthur Crivaro to talk about the 2014 Clarksdale Juke Joint Festival which is on April 10, 11 and 12.
Chefjimi will be here with his Blues411 Report for the month and as we are getting into Festival season, Jimi should be full of info!
Then Ron Tanski will join me for COUCH KID NEW MUSIC SEGMENT #1
We met at the 2012 IBC and then Ron took his seat in May of that year.
His new album Never Pet A Burning Dog and we get to share it with y'all on this evening.
Then COUCH KID NEW MUSIC SEGMENT #2 brings Harpdog Brown back with his new album What It Is
Harpdog originally joined me back in November of 2012.
We will chat with Harpdog about the album and his 2014 tour.
"MUSICIANS YOU SHOULD KNOW"
This Saturday, Sept 13th, I will be hosting a workshop at the St. Louis Public Library
called How to Star in Your Own Radio Show! I will be interviewing some of the participants at the workshop. If you would like to call in and speak to the host or make a comment , please feel free to do so, the phone lines will be open. Today's show will air from 1-1:30pm CST. The call in number is 424-675-8262
Welcome to the newest Google Hangout series called Brown Bag Business Chat #BBBChat. Live chats are every first and third Wednesday of the month at noon central time. Heather Steele is your host with guests who join in and share their experiences and tips in business development, marketing, publicity, management and an endless list of possible chat topics.
The next Brown Bag Business Chat #BBBChat, Marketing Planning for Yourself and Your Clients with guest host Tess Wittler, takes place on Wednesday, September 24, 2010 - we will be taking the marketing challenge! Watch this short marketing challenge teaser video.
About Brown Bag Business Chat #BBBChat and how it works:
These chats take place live on a Google Hangout and people who "Like" and "Follow" Blue Steele Solutions are invited to join in as participants and ask questions using the chat feature. Once you participate in your first Google Hangout you will likely get the hang of it pretty quickly. The audio from our pre-recorded chats is also featured here on the Blue Steele Solutions podcast channel.
About your host, Ms. Heather Steele:
Heather is the Chief Marketing Officer for Blue Steele Solutions, in Denton, Texas. She is a marketing professional specializing in interactive/Web marketing. She practices innovative operations and process development with a knack for making the most out of small marketing/sales budgets and personnel.
My guest on the Author Chat show is author Dwight Slaughter. Dwight will be chatting with me about his new book, Inner City Strength-The Last Unknown Name Slaughter
About the book:
If you fall down get up and finish. Dwight Slaughter graduated from Verbum Dei High School, a school with one of the top 10 winning basketball teams of all time. While at Verbum Dei High School Dwight was voted number one player in the Country in 1972 by different sports magazines. He then went on to further his education and play basketball at Cal State Los Angeles from 1972 to 1976-a period that would set a precedent with new laws changing how colleges accept athletes. During his athletic career, Slaughter was interviewed by such greats as Howard Cosell, on his show SportsBeat and in his book, I Never Played the Game; Morley Safer from 60 Minutes; and John Chancellor from World Nightly News. He was voted by ESPN and Sports Illustrated as one of the top 100 basketball players in the State of California. As a child, Slaughter relied on basketball to build his self-esteem and relieve the stress of mental and physical abuse. His gripping memoir follows his public career and takes the reader inside his personal life as well-into a childhood of abuse, betrayal...even murder.
Tune into the Hottest Urban show on the internet with your show host Brown Suga! We will discuss everything from the latest Hollywood Headlines, the essence of living your Best Life, or overcoming various issues we all may have dealt with.
Join us in our live chat where all the action takes place. Brown Suga Radio...Where Entertainment is extraordinary!
In the first segment, Professor Kenneth Mack will discuss The New Black, a book about African Americans in the Obama era, that he edited. In the second segment, Professor Naeemah Clark will talk about her research on the life of James Brown. This segment will feature James Brown music.
Harpdog Brown was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, started playing Blues in 1981 and never looked back.
He has shared the stage with such greats as Matt “Guitar” Murphy, Pinetop Perkins, Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne and others.
In 1994, Harpdog won the prestigious Muddy Award – the only Canadian to receive this honor - and in 1995 was nominated for a Juno Award for Best Blues Album, Home Is Where the Harp Is.
I will sit with Harpdog and discuss his career and music.
The Nighthawks current lineup is; Mark Wenner: Vocals, Harmonica, Johnny Castle: Vocals, Bass, Paul Bell: Guitar
and Mark Stutso: Drums, Vocals.
Formed in 1972 by Wenner, The Nighthawks have been making great music ever since. The lineup may have changed, but the Nighthawks are about Blues & Rock and having fun.
In 2011, their album Last Train To Bluesville won the Acoustic Album of the Year at the BMAs.
Now the band has released Damn Good Time and we will chat with Mark about the 40 years of music and the new album.
Rick Holmstrom grew up in Fairbanks, Alaska, surrounded by the sounds of 50's rock, 60's surf, folk, and the Beatles.
Since he found the guitar in 1986, Rick has been playing almost constantly, experimenting with his sound - and at time losing fans - to develope his own sound.
For the last three years he and his band have also backed up the great Mavis Staples.
Now Rick has released Cruel Sunrise, another step in his journey.
Rick and I will chat about his life and listen to tunes from the album.
"Musicians You Should Know"
My guest this Sunday, Sept. 21st will be author, prophtess and podcaster, Rosalind Solomon. Rosalind will be stopping by to 'chat' with me about her book, Notes On How to Get to Heaven.
About the author:
PROPHETESS ROSALIND D. SOLOMON, CEO OF PROPHETIC VOICE OF YAHWEH MINISTRY, HOSTS WEEKLY PODCAST ON BLOGTALKRADIO.COM Rosalind D. Solomon, Prophetess and CEO of Prophetic Voice of Yahweh Ministry, is now hosting a weekly podcast of Blogtalkradio. Solomon, who spends hours in prayer and praying for those who need help, is offering her visions and advice to the world, doing the Lord’s work via the internet. “Get ready now to triumph even in death,” says Solomon, whose subjects on the podcast range from Notes on How to Get to Heaven to Never Knowing How Soon Life Will End, Are You Prepared to Meet God?
Prophetess Rosalind Solomon has been ordained and licensed by the National Association of Christian Ministers since April 2011. Not only is she experienced in teaching, preaching and prophecy, she is also gifted in evangelizing, holding a Degree in Bible Studies from Ames International Bible College. Solomon also studied Religion for three years while attending Liberty University. CONTACT INFORMATION Radio Program Link: www.blogtalkradio.com/propheticvoiceofyahweh Ministry Website: get-to-heaven.blogspot.com/
In this episode, Sacerdotus comments on the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. He analyses the stories and gives his take on them. Sacerdotus also comments on the need to overhaul the policing system in America and address the real issues at hand.
Note: This was previously recorded. Information may be outdated. Photos used can be found in Google Image and are not owned by Sacerdotus.
Aleathia Brown native of New York graduated Fiorello LaGuardia High School of Music & Art for Fine Art and earned her BFA at the School of Visual Arts for Media Arts and Art Education with a minor in Graphic Design. She completed a Certificate program for Commercial Art at Parsons School of Design and is listed with The National Museum of Women in the Arts Archives. With more than 25 years professionally making art & entrepreneurial endeavors, Aleathia has numerous solo and group exhibitions. Her works have been in permanent collections as well as collected nationally and internationally by patrons and organizations. Aleathia’s art tells a visual story and often translates music into color, line, movement and texture. Her innate spirituality is present in the collection of her art. Live Art is another of Aleathia’s passions exposing her viewing audience to the process and development of making art. In this body of work Aleathia spontaneously paints in front of an audience. The on stage experience comes alive accompanied by Spoken Word & Live Music. Aleathia also creates and produces artist development initiative workshops and lectures. She is the 2014 Artist in Residence as lead Visual Art Director for Project Y.EA.H. producing mural/individual works on canvas with youth at risk in Harlem. Unveiled Unlocked a global initiative founded by Ms. Brown launched during Harlem Week 2012 has included My Hair is not my Femininity City College Windows on Amsterdam Gallery as exhibiting artist and guest Curator. It was awarded a West Harlem Local Development Grant through Columbia University to produce 5 segment discussions videotaped and posted fall 2013 online using social media, local television access channels citywide.
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