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  • 02:00

    Bat Girl Radio- Brandon Kreitzer & RFA- Cash Jordon

    in Paranormal

    Bat Girl Radio- Join Amy Jo and Alex as they interview Brandon Kreitzer. Brandon Kreitzer "The Paranormal Road Warrior" * Paranormal Investigator/EVP Specialist (290+ Investigations) * PAST of Illinois: Founder/Team Lead Jan 2010-Oct 2011 * PAST of Tennessee: Founder Oct 2011-Present * PAST Family Network: Founder/President (77 Teams/Continental US) Aug 2010-Present • * Phoenix Rising Productions/Talent Agency: Founder/Owner/Agent Aug 2011- Present * Former TV Host PAST PTS (Paranormal Talk/Music Show): * Former Founder/Owner of PTVN: PAST TV Network/Cable Box Network 55 Channels & Over 700 Programs Per Week July 2011-Dec 2012 * Former Director of Operations (TV) at True Psychic Network Oct 2011-Dec 2012 • * Former Manteno State Hospital Board Member (Haunted Location) June 2011-March 2013


    Rising From the Ashes Radio- Join Holly as she interviews Monster and Bigfoot Hunter Cash Jordon. Cash is the founder of Indiana Bigfoot Research Team and Founder of the Monster Hunters Group on Fbook. " I have been looking for monsters since I was 19 and now am 36 I have seen things that would make you pee your pants I have had experiences with bigfoots and the devil dog. I live in Kokomo Indiana am married have no kids and in joy being in the woods am also trying to get my group out there so people can join to learn from the true from the fake. We are a fun learning group and I have a  story that would give you the chills."

  • 01:46

    HSHH #249: It's Tuesday Mother Plucker!

    in Comedy

    Here's some of the rivetting topics we covered with blinding brilliance:



    Sports
    Reality TV

    Naked and Affraid
    Deadliest Catch
    Alaskan Bush People
    The Last Alaskans
    Intervention


    Hipsters
    Prince
    Buddy Holly
    Snapped TV Show
    Internet

  • 00:57

    Slipped Disc Entertainment Concert & Benefit TVC16 CELEBRATION OF DAVID BOWIE

    in Music

    Slipped Disc Entertainment is proud to present “TVC16: A Celebration of David Bowie” on Saturday, April 30, 2016 at The Lodge in Ontario, California. Performing at the event are “Jiggy Sawdust” (Dennis and Jonathan of the Jigsaw Seen with Kim Serene and Slim Evans from El Vez' band), The Aviators, Vintage City Rockers, Kurt M. Ross (of the Flamethrowers), Kermit, Jaime St. James (of Black 'N Blue), Mike Ruby (of Room Service), Casey Jones & The Railsplitters, Dennis LeBlanc, Jason Arthur (of the Relatives), Patrick Bacich, and the House Band - Scott Sebring, Alan Alves, Tony Snow, Joe Servia, Tommy Rojo, Anna Snow, Vickie Sebring, & Letisha De Laurentiis. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Max’s Kansas City Project. The Lodge is located at 218 W. Holt Blvd., Ontario, California 91762. The program begins at 8:00PM, and the cost is $15 reserved and $10 general admission. Slipped Disc Entertainment, founded and operated by Bruce R Kilgour, is based in Rancho Cucamonga, California and is a full service music entertainment company providing promotion, event planning, band management, and booking. Slipped Disc believes in giving back to local communities and has held many charitable events, most notably an annual toy drive benefiting various Inland Empire cities. The Max’s Kansas Project embraces the philosophy of Mickey Ruskin, the creator of Max’s Kansas City, and was established in his memory in 2001. We are dedicated to providing emergency funding and resources to financially distressed individuals in the creative and performing arts for housing, medical, and legal aid. We are also committed to empowering teens through the arts with a focus on substance abuse and suicide prevention by mentoring and motivating them to make healthy choices, offering an ongoing process to aid them in building the personal skills needed to inspire them to lead healthy, productive lives. 

  • 00:55

    Danny Clinch ,Film ,Photographer and much more !

    in Photography

    Danny Clinch loves music. He listens to it, plays it, photographs it, and films it. Danny has established himself as one of the premiere photographers of the popular music scene.  He has photographed and filmed a wide range of artists, from Johnny Cash to Tupac Shakur, from Bjork to Bruce Springsteen. His work has appeared in publications such as Vanity Fair, Spin, Rolling Stone, GQ, Esquire, The New Yorker, and The New York Times Magazine ,his photographs have appeared on hundreds of album covers.. His past collaborations have included Carmelo Anthony for Chocolate Milk, and a Pepsi campaign with world class soccer players including Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Robin Van Persie, and Clint Dempsey. Clinch has presented his work in numerous galleries and published three books: Discovery Inn (1998) and When the Iron Bird Flies (2000), and Still Moving (2014) with a forward by Bruce Springsteen and published by Abrams.  His advertising clients include John Varvatos, American Express, Squarespace, Gap, Absolut, and more as a director, Clinch has received 3 Grammy Award nominations: in 2005 for Bruce Springsteen’s “Devils and Dust” and in 2009 for John Mayer’s “Where The Light Is” and for the Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite collaboration short film called “Get Up”. He has also directed music videos for Willie Nelson, Tom Waits, Pearl Jam, Alabama Shakes, My Morning Jacket, Avett Brothers, Foo Fighters and Dave Matthews, among others.Other music documentaries and concert films directed by Clinch include 2007′s “Immagine in Cornice,” following Pearl Jam through their Italy tour, 2006′s “Skin & Bones” featuring the Foo Fighters, and several films from the Bonnaroo music festival. He recently traveled to Cuba with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and documented their journey to discover their musical heritage.


     

  • 00:17

    dealing with sharks trying to steal my music publishing rights

    in Music

    I am dove night , a songwriter along with david waterbury and three other songwriters,we work on it, we produce it record it and/or performed it, no one else should own the publishing rights trying to take my holly wood dreams away

  • 00:54

    Rock Manager Vicky Hamilton , Appetite For Dysfunction: A Cautionary Tale

    in Books

    At 22, Vicky Hamilton left her hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and arrived on the Sunset Strip as a wide-eyed blonde with an ear for rock & roll: “I was back home interviewing Tom Petty for Three Rivers Review,” says Hamilton, “He told me I was a ‘real California girl’, and that’s all it took.” It was 1981, and Hamilton arrived at the center of Hollywood, where the scene was erupting with spandex, sex, cocaine, Aqua Net hairspray and madcap visionaries. Hamilton discovered Guns N’ Roses and became their first manager and surrogate mother, living in her apartment as Axl Rose ducked a rape charge. “I was basically harboring a fugitive,” she says,  "Axl ended up crashing on my couch for six months.” Hamilton then negotiated GNR’s contract with Geffen Records. In 1986, she was let go and forced to sue the band to recoup the $25,000 she’d borrowed to bankroll them. Hamilton now shares her stories in a memoir about a woman who rode the crazy train with some of rock’s wildest frontmen, and matched their hard-partying ways. Sober for 15 years, Hamilton spent that last seven excavating her private collection of photos, flyers, contracts, letters, and interviews to create a revealing look into her fascinating life. Her book includes new details about her turbulent relationship with Axl Rose and Poison’s Bret Michaels, her experience as an A&R rep for Geffen, and above all, Appetite for Dysfunction: is the story of her rise and fall, and how she regained her life by becoming a Grammy Award winning executive that helped relaunch the career of June Carter Cash in 1999. Steven Adler (drummer, Guns N’ Roses): “Vicky was probably the best thing that happened to us in the early days. She dealt with us when nobody else would, and made everything happen for us. I’m grateful for that.

  • 00:57

    Episode 32: HAPPY 4/20!! Medicinal Marijuana

    in Entertainment

    The guys welcome Liz and Holly from Golden State Cooperative to the studio. They clear the air in regards to medicinal marijuana and the stigma it holds. 

  • 01:46

    Calhoun Academy vs Holly Hill Academy

    in Baseball

    Tune in at 6:00 pm EST as the Cavaliers face Holly Hill in a re-match at home. The Cavs lost to Holly Hill in there first game in Holly Hill.

  • 01:58

    Is The FBI Holding The Bundy's & Others As Political Prisoners?

    in Politics

    According to Mel Bundy's wife . . . The FBI tortured her husband in prison.  Forced to sit in his own urine, feces and vomit for 2 days with NO food.  When he was allowed to eat, he was forced to eat off the floor like a dog. https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=_RgSL7zWo8Q


    Border Patrol Union fuming over Cruz' delegate grab in CO.  Now Cruz wins Wyoming the same way.  Cruz can only win caucus states by stealing delegates.  You can't take the delegates votes with you in the General election.  You need the people's vote to win.


    Protesters who went to Ferguson, expecting to get paid by ACORN are now upset because they didn't recieve cash after burning the city down.  You can't make this stuff up!


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  • 01:18

    Gene Cornish, The Young Rascals and so much more .

    in Music

    Born in 1944, in Ottawa, Canada, Cornish came into the world with music in his blood. His mother, Ada, was a singer for Big Bands, including those led by Woody Herman and Ozzie Nelson. By 1959, he was 15 and had earned a reputation as a talented guitarist. By then, he was fronting his own band, Gene Cornish & The Satelites, with boyhood friend, Pat Proietti. While attending Ben Franklin High School, he started a vocal group called The Nobles, and eventually put out a few records under his own name. In 1964, he moved to New York City and was doing double duty in Joey Dee & The Starliters, and his own group, The Unbeatables. The Unbeatables had a novelty hit with a Cornish song called “I Wanna Be A Beatle.” but lasted only a year. It was in the Starliters that Cornish met singer and keyboard player Felix Cavaliere, and singer Eddie Brigati. All three left to form The Young Rascals with drummer Dino Danelli. After a short few months playing the NY club scene, the explosive R&B flavored rock band was signed by Atlantic Records.They soon became known as one of the best live bands in America. Before 1965 was over, the group would start releasing a string of hit songs that would continue for six years. Brigati left in 1970, and Cornish followed in 1971. The remaining Rascals went in a jazz rock direction, but Cornish stayed true to his love of rock and roll. He re-emerged in 1973, with Dino Danelli in a band called Bulldog, and the pair remained together through a second rock band, called Fotomaker.The Rascals reunited for one tour in 1988. In 1997, were inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. Gene Cornish reunited with the other 3 Rascals in 2010 for a star-studded benefit show. In 2013, Cornish a full-blown Rascals reunion finally happened. Gene participated (with the original Rascals line up) in the acclaimed stage production: The Rascals- Once Upon A Dream, which toured North America after a sold out run on Broadway. 

  • 01:22

    Holly Stephey talks to Dr. Jill .Lee , Certified Holistic Life Coach.

    in Pop Culture

    In Jills own words, she describe's herself ..Married and a mother of four children has given me a lifetime of incredible experiences as well as challenges. I have also been a business owner for over 40 years, and I have worked with people from all around the world . I am self-taught and diversified in every aspect of my manufacturing business. I had to learn it all, from the ground up. I have interfaced with companies that were just starting out in business to some of the largest mega-corporations in the world. One of the greatest rewards for me over the years was working with hundreds of loyal employees and thousands of clients. Every day brought a new challenge, and I was there, not only with an open ear but with an open heart. It is through these experiences that I had discovered that my passion was to work with others; and help bring balance, clarity, and harmony into their lives. I made the choice to take my life into a new direction and follow my passion. I became a Holistic Life Coach, and earned my Ph.D. in Philosophy, and I am an Ordained Reverend. With a thirst for knowledge, I couldn’t stop there. I studied and received my Certification in Crystal Therapy, and Crystal Healing, which I now incorporate into my practice. It is with great passion that I work with many individuals and their families who have life-altering situations and challenges; such as Family Losses, Divorce, Financial Issues, Drug and Alcohol Problems, and Care for Family Caregivers, to mention a few. And there are those who are searching for direction.  I help others discover their strengths and guide them in the direction so they can flourish in their own light. It is with great pride that I announce the summer of 2016, I will be releasing my first book ~ Fifty-Two Weeks of Clarity: How to Transcend to Self-Reliance, as well as Co-Authoring; The Assertive Woman: Confidence, Communication, & Charisma, which will be released at the same time.