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Johnny Weir has drawn accolades and whispers of criticism for his "performance" in Sochi. Today we'll talk about that and the calls for LGBT athletes to take more of a stand. We'll be joined by Bil Browning of the popular LGBT blog The Bilerico Project.
The NFL Draft has come and gone and 32 teams believe they have done enough to duplicate their success from season's past or to get the bitter taste of defeat out of their mouth. Although 1 day picks may have garnered all of the fan fare at the end of the day its those diamonds in the rough he ultimately make the difference between winning and losing. Tune in as we discuss 32 teams with writers near and far to enlighten us on why this year will FINALLY be the year.
There are100 Days until College Football Kickoff but until that time arrives the NBA Playoffs and the NFL Training Camp will hold us over. Until our Saturdays are reserved for tailgating and beer pongs join the conversation. Come one come all, because I will defintely tell you WHAT's HAppening and What's Up in the world of Sports.
In April of 1944, General Dwight D. Eisenhower's Psychological Warfare Division began transmitting multilingual radio programs from the American Broadcast Station in Europe (ABSIE). Between October 30 and November 20 of that year, Major Glenn Miller and the American Band of the Allied Expeditionary Forces occupied what are now known as the Abbey Road Studios in Westminster at the heart of London's West End, and recorded enough material for six complete programs specifically aimed at German-speaking audiences. This is the Glenn Miller Orchestra at their very finest, recorded under optimum conditions (the sound quality is superb) and performing a perfectly balanced blend of swinging dance tunes and lush mood music, sometimes sweetened by a string section. What makes this portion of the Miller legacy so unique is the German announcer Ilse Weinberger, Miller's own diligent attempts to convey greetings (and propaganda) in German, and vocals by Irene Manning and crooner Johnny Desmond, smoothly enunciated in German as well.
Welcome back to another episode of Cage Side Submissions We plan to provide you with unique and fun-filled shows. News, highlights, and interviews Please feel free to call in with your questions and comments at anytime. 657-383-0267 For our hosts Steve Rychel (@srychel) and Cole Vick's (@colevick1) And joining the guy's tonight and returing to Cage Side Submissions is the highy respected Dr. Johnny Benjamin (@DrJCBenjamin) we will be talking everythnig from PED'S to head injury's and everythnig inbetween any questions for the DR. please feel free to call-in
And our senond guest is the newly crowned WSOF Featherweight Champion Rick "The Gladiator" Glenn (15-2) (@GladiatorGlenn) coming off 2nd round TKO (retirment) of Georgi Karakhanyan at WSOF 10 rick is on a 8-fight winning streak, rick will be defending his belt against Lance Palmer sometime this fall
If you’ve heard music by Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Adele, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Neil Diamond, Paul Simon, Rick James, Teena Marie, Johnny Rivers, or Diana Ross, then you have heard The Waters - Julia, Maxine, Luther, and Oren. Featured artists in the Oscar winner for Best Documentary and winner of the Critics’ Choice Award 2013 film 20 Feet from Stardom, The Waters are one of the most enduring talents ever launched into the music hit machine.
The Waters have made their contribution in the music industry by singing individually or collectively on hundreds of gold and platinum albums. They have also sung in movies, like The Lion King, A Goofy Movie, Brother Bear, 101 Dalmatians, James and the Giant Peach, and Avatar, just to name a few. If you are a television fan, then you have heard them sing theme songs for The Good Times, The Jefferson’s, Fame, and Murphy Brown. They are also the singers for the Disney attraction, It’s a Small World.
Their vocal fluency embraces all genres of music including albums and CD’s in French, Japanese, Lebanese, Spanish, and Swahili. At one point the group was associated with six of the top ten records on the international charts.
The Waters are very proud to have worked with Michael Jackson on his Thriller album, the biggest selling album in music history that transformed pop music. They also worked with Michael on the Disney attraction Captain EO.
As stage performers, The Waters individually and as group have distinguished themselves on the road with many of the entertainment industries most notable artists. Having been the group for the television show Fame, the group traveled with Debbie Allen and “The Kids from Fame” on a world tour. The
There are less than 100 Days until College Football Kickoff and its prediction time. Who are the Heisman favorites? Is your favorite team a pretender, contender, or even worst AN OFFENDER? Until our Saturdays are reserved for tailgating and beer pongs join the conversation. As we being our Road2Arlington Series, bye bye BCS hello Playoffs.
The NFL Draft has come and gone and 32 teams believe they have done enough to duplicate their success from season's past or to get the bitter taste of defeat out of their mouth. Although 1st day picks may have garnered all of the fan fare at the end of the day its those diamonds in the rough he ultimately make the difference between winning and losing. Tune in as we discuss 32 teams with writers near and far to enlighten us on why this year will FINALLY be the year.
Come one come all dial 646 915 8023 and join the conversation we all have opinions, lets not be stingy with them, because I consider it my calling, my duty, my responsiblity to always tell you WHAT's HAppening and What's Up in the world of Sports.
Our weekly, daily show, which features topics of current issues, comedy, craziness, education, just about everything you can imagine and we play music too. Stars, Jay King, Lynn Tolliver jr, Johnny "Graham Cracker" Davis, Tee Spence, Simmie Braxton, Daryl L. Williams (DLW), & sometimes Robert Redwine.
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On Wedesdays, after KINGS, it's Johnny Graham Cracker Davis with WILD WEDNESDAYS and on Fridays, it's Tony B from the D
Warrior Talk with GI Jenn & Jeff Gonzales is so proud to welcome Matthew O'Dell, MARINE COMBAT VETERAN and owner of Reveille Joe Coffee will be on to talk about their mission to Leave No Man Behind and to ADOPT A VETERAN.
Then, we are so HONORED to have the Iraqi Interpreter, CODE NAME: Johnny WALKER. Out of work and desperate to feed his family after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, “Johnny Walker” applied to become a translator for U.S. force. Turned down and nearly destitute, he was on the verge of despair until one night he interceded in a dispute with some Iraqi women and American MPs. Impressed, the MPs arranged to hire him as their interpreter, better known as a “terp” among American forces. ?
Johnny did such a good job that several months later, an elite unit of Navy SEALs took him under their wing. He quickly became the most sought-after terp in the country, receiving numerous citations and commendations for his work.? ? Credited by SEAL sniper Chris Kyle with saving countless American lives, Johnny spent six years working with SEALs and other special operations forces throughout Iraq, completing over a thousand missions. After narrowly escaping two attempts on his life, Johnny was helped to the U.S. by the SEALs in 2009. He and his family currently live in California, where he helps train special operations units.
Johnny will be talking about his experiences and weighing in on the current situation in IRAQ.
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