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This is the Apocalypse, and the time has arrived to reveal once and for all exactly who the famous and powerful leader of the BEATLES, John Lennon, was in his unusual Past Life. John, his first name, became his handle in that prior Lifetime, when he was The Christ's First Advisor. I will explain how that came to be, as well as why the BEATLES made "The Quarrymen" the first name of their group. I will also explain the real reason Peter Best, their original drummer,
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Having recorded with John Lennon in 1974 on the "Walls and Bridges" album, Ron will be producing a jazz tribute to Lennon and his songs. Ron remembers recording with John Lennon and Elton John on the album Walls and Bridges and it created a longing to do a tribute album to John himself. The all-star horn section included Howard Johnson, Frank Vicari, and Steve Madeo. Ron Aprea, composer, arranger, producer, saxophonist, clarinetist, and flutist, has performed with Woody Herman, Les Elgart, Tito Puente, Frank Foster, Buddy Morrow, Billy May, Charlie Persip, Nat Adderley, Lionel Hampton, and Louis Armstrong. Ron Aprea, jazz saxophonist & arranger, been recording and producing albums for over 30 years. In 1974, I had the honor of being one of the “Little Big Horns” on John Lennon’s 1974 “Walls and Bridges” album. John was an amazing human being, and my vision is to honor the music and spirit of John Lennon with a jazz tribute album.
*This album will include 12 songs, most of which are Lennon or Lennon/McCartney collaborations, with a gem by George Harrison.
my “John Lennon Story” which can be read in its entirety at http://ronaprea.com/john-lennon.html
*** Please make sure to check out how you can be part of this exciting project at Kickstarter!
Featured hosts, Paul Smith and Steve Champagne gush, ramble, and riff on the Beatles' "You Can't Do That" is a song written by John Lennon and released by the Beatles as the "b-side" of their sixth British single "Can't Buy Me Love."
Paul and "why didn't my mom call me George" Champagne take you on a magical mystery tour through the music of John Lennon. They explore the ins, the outs, the highs, the lows and many twists and turns along the way. Two guys coming into puberty listening to Lennon and the Beatles locked in John Lennon as their working man's hero.
Let's just say Smith and Champagne are Lennonists!
Paul Smith and Steve Champagne have been long time friends. Paul comes to us from Bay View Wisconsin. Steve currently resides in Michigan City Indiana. Both grew up in Menomonee Falls Wisconsin.
We will spend the hour talking to Bill Kropinak of Beatlemania Magic and John Lennon impersonator.
(replay) Surprise guest: Josh Owens of Discovery Channel's Moonshiners joins us for a few minutes at the start of the show. Featured guest: Jude Southerland Kessler is the author of The John Lennon Series, a 9-volume expanded biography on Lennon’s life. http://www.johnlennonseries.com/ She is the author of The Lennon Series, a 9-volume work on the life of John Lennon. The first book, Shoulda Been There, covers John’s life from 1940-Dec. 1961. The second book, Shivering Inside,
Shelley Germeaux, columnist for National John Lennon Examiner www.john-lennon-news.com will appear on my show today to discuss her favorite topic, John Lennon. This longtime fan & accomplished writer has spent years researching Lennon's life & she has some delicious nuggets instore for you. In a Mother's Day tribute, she'll talk about John's mother, Julia, along with his long lost sister...Victoria. Don't miss it!
Linda Rez from RST Radio and music reviewer Dan Davis from Street Rock Review introduce and interview four hot new musicians and play their new songs: Helen Austin and her latest project with the Big Little Lions, Jarrod Pedone and Ninth Floor Mannequin, Frankie Colt, and Emma Hallows.
We'll play their music and have conversations with all four artists. We'll even find out which food they'd save if it were the end of the world.
Helen Austin is just coming off a win for The John Lennon Songwriting Contest and is also nominated for a Juno Award, the American equivalent of the Grammys. We'll play her yet-to-be-released song from The Big Little Lions' album, Paper Cage, as heard on MTV.
We'll also talk to Florida's Frankie Colt and play some of her latest music with The Sweet Tease.
You won't want to miss Ninth Floor Mannequin's latest release, Green and Blue for Blackness: Amazing, unique and layer after layer of surprises.
And the UK's Emma Hallows--starkly honest and heart-wrenching music that's taking the whole world by storm.
They talk about their songs AND the food and drink they'd save if it were the end of the world!
Surprise guest: Josh Owens of Discovery Channel's Moonshiners joins us for a few minutes at the start of the show. Featured guest: Jude Southerland Kessler is the author of The John Lennon Series, a 9-volume expanded biography on Lennon’s life. http://www.johnlennonseries.com/ She is the author of The Lennon Series, a 9-volume work on the life of John Lennon. The first book, Shoulda Been There, covers John’s life from 1940-Dec. 1961. The second book, Shivering Inside, details J
October 9 would have been John Lennon's 71st birthday. The Buffalo Show is happy to present the “John Lennon: The Final Interview” Radio Special in memory of the iconic music legend. The special centers on John Lennon’s last radio interview, along with Yoko, recorded at the Dakota in New York City, only hours before Lennon’s death on December 8, 1980. The special is mixed with music from the Lennon’s solo work, the Double Fantasy album, as well as songs from The Beatles. John Lennon’s legacy, both as a solo artist and a Beatle, looms large, and his music continues to attract new fans and impact our world long after his untimely passing. This is The Universal Music Tribe's salute to a true hero.
THIS EPISODE: Author, Channel and Artist Marcia McMahon will join us with messages of peace from John Lennon and Princess Diana. Marcia has been channeling Diana for years and more recently began streaming in both messages and melodies from master songwriter John Lennon. Learn more about Marcia at: http://www.dianaspeakstotheworld.com This is “Angels in the Buff”, a lively and engaging talk show hour filled with the wisdom and laughter of two dynamic women, w
I cannot believe ity of his death 's already been 31 years since John Lennon was shot dead in front of his New York apartment. Can you imagine how many more songs and beautiful tunes we would have heard from him? One of the greatest composers in music history and the Beatle that left the biggest impact in our lives.
May his legacy live forever as we observe the anniversary of his death on December the 8th
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