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Inaugural Houston Dash match took place at BBVA Compass Stadium to a sold out lower bowl. How did the team fare against the reigning NWSL Champions, Portland Thorns FC? Also, what are Generation Orange's expectations for the season?
Houston Dynamo took on New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium in Boston. Was it another bad loss or was there more to it? Jermaine Taylor's been struggling at centerback, what other options are there? Where's the goals?
Major League Soccer released it's salary data this week. Are there any major surprises?
Anthony Arena was recalled from his loan to Pittsburgh Riverhounds due to David Horst's red card suspension. What other loan activity took place and how do the loanees look? Head Coach Justin Evans went on-record as saying loanee Bryan Salazar was lacking fitness and needed to show more effort. Is this a major concern?
All this and more on the latest Generation Orange podcast
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The Inspiration by Loretta Show welcomes music artist and performer Shawn Jermaine. Shawn is a creative and distict character who has great versittility in music genres from pop to r&b and soul to rap. He has performed most of his life and attended 4 yrs of theatre school. Shawn is turning his dreams into a reality and is here today to inspire us all. Join the conversation by calling 626-657-2134.
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Join us as we welcome "The Wire" star Jermaine Crawford to Ice Cream Convos Radio to talk about life after "The Wire," his new career as a solo R&B artist, and we'll premiere his debut single, "Janet." We'll also give you the latest scoop on Madonna, Young Jeezy, Robin Thicke, and more.
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The St. Lunatics crew had been a fixture in its native St. Louis since the early '90s, scoring regional hits and continuing to develop its unique Midwestern spin on the Dirty South dynamic. But while they had secured management and a major-label deal, nothing materialized until the multi-platinum success of Lunatics member Nelly's 2000 solo effort. The margins of Country Grammar had been filled with guest shots from the Lunatics, including Murphy Lee. His style was in keeping with Nelly's little-bit-country, little-bit-city flow, but he stood out with a more nasally sound, and raps that were somehow wordy and laid-back all at once. With their name established on the national scene, Murphy Lee, Nelly, and rest of the St. Lunatics dropped their official debut in June 2001. Free City was a hit, but not of the caliber of 2002's Nellyville. The latter album was another phenomenal success for Nelly, and featured Murphy Lee on a few tracks, including the strong Roc-a-Fella collaboration "Roc the Mic" and the fun hit single "Air Force Ones." Murphy's profile received another boost in June 2003, when he joined Nelly and P. Diddy for "Shake Ya Tailfeather," the inescapable single from the Bad Boys II soundtrack. That momentum carried through to autumn and the arrival of his debut solo album, naturally entitled Murphy's Law. The set featured "Tailfeather," as well as the Jermaine Dupri-produced first single, "What da Hook Gone Be." Murphy started 2004 strong, sharing in a Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Grammy nod for "Tailfeather."
This Saturday "Wild" Bill Conley will return to action and he joins the program to kick things off tonight. Conley is 7-1 but hasn't fought since 2012. He fights for Doug Day's XFC.
Charles "The Trinity" Stanford stepped in on short notice to fight Brandon Sandefur this past Saturday night and was victorious. He joins us to talk about the emotions leading up to the fight and what is next for him.
Our friend Aaron Garret sets aside his matchmaking duties to return to the cage next weekend. He will stop in to talk about his fight against Jermaine Elkins and the career he's had so far.
Tyler Voth will make his RFA debut Friday night and returns to the show to catch us up on how he's been since leaving Kentucky and heading to California. If he wins he will get a shot at the coveted RFA flyweight title.
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