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Young Media Critics, Adult Co-host Juanita Richburg Seon shares information about the 100 Days of Summer and “the summer slide”.
Be sure to join Young Media Critics in their new location- Los Angeles County and new time, Thursday June 18, 2015 at 11:00 a.m PST/2 p.m. EST.
Parents, guardians and other concerned adults can get suggestions on activities for the 100 days of Summer and ways to prevent the "summer slide".
Come on, come come, come on, you know what's about to go down, some supersound from all around. With melody and thumpin' ease, some harmony and if you please, some soothing froth from the midnight reason, to satisfy you any season. Come on, come ya'll and dig in these crates, with circles and squares and figure 8s. Music is an integral part of our lives, as the blend of soul and jazz and more weave in and out of the fabric of our beings. There I've reached the 90% mark in the signal strength. It's JOHNNY DAVIS!!!
Dungeon Crawlers radio is excited to welcome back to the show this weeks special guest author, Johnny Worthen.
The League of Utah Writers named Johnny worthen the 2014 Utah Writer of the Year and chose ELEANOR, THE UNSEEN as the Gold Quill winner for the Best Young Adult Novel of the year. In October, ELEANOR went to number one Kindle Best-Seller on Amazon for it's genre.
Johnny's Website: http://www.johnnyworthen.com
Johnny's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnny.worthen.75
Johnny's Twitter; @JohnnyWorthen
I am so tired of being manipulated by the media sources Fox News is the worst but CNN and MSNBC is horrible as well. It seems no one trust us to think for ourselves and it is my belief that it's time we pick up on cameras even if it our phone camera and microphone and tell our own stories. Speak from our own hearts
Wait just a Leap-Second . . . One day for Social Media? Doesn't social media go on 24/7/365? Maybe it has something to do with Einstiens theory of Special Relativity. Naw, seems like more of an economic issue. Let's ask Dr. Thomas Sowell, PhD. He should know.
And if you want to find out, listen to today's show!
SHOW # 275 Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With Musicians You Should Know
We begin the evening with Cindy McLeod from The Calgary International Blues Festival. They are one of our Festival Sponsors this year. Their 11th Festival, this one is chock full of top Blues Artists and we will talk to Cindy about what is in store for fans.
Then I am honored to PREMIER Ghosts Of The Riverside Hotel from Mick Kolassa. Mick has done it again, creating an album that touches on all of the different flavors of the blues and it includes an “uncovering” of an old favorite. I can’t wait to share this one with you all and talk to Mick about his inspirations.
Voo Davis is out of Chicago and he has a distinct sound to his music and it continues on this, his third release entitled Midnight Mist. Recorded in Louisiana, Voo plays many of the instruments on this disc. I will chat with Voo about his life and Career and the new album.
Johnny Riley grew up with a Gospel Music dad from Texas and a Blues Music mom from Mississippi and he has created a signature in your face Southern Rock & Blues sound that is laced with Gospel undertones. His album is entitled Crossroads Of My Life and I am excited to chat with Johnny about his journey to this point and where the road will lead from here.
Then Rusty & Laurie Wright return to The Couch with COUCH KID NEW MUSIC. The album is entitled Wonder Man and dropped about 6 weeks ago. Can’t wait to chat with these two wonderful musicians and get the to share stories about the new album and their lives on the road sharing with their fans.
Vincent, Brian, Elias and Patrick discuss the upcoming 2015 season for the South Eastern Conference of College Football. Reviews about all the greats, all the prospects, all the problems and all the fun. Plus a prediction about who will be Number One!! And of course...a review of the greatest non-SEC team in the South - Georgia Tech!!!