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JORDAN McINTOSH's 2013 single Grew Up In A Country Song relies heavily on his own experiences and plays out like a series of lyrical snapshots from a classic country tune; all drawn from his memories of growing up in the rural community of Carleton Place. “In Country music every song tells a different story and I wanted to write something that paid respect to where I’m from.”
Jordan is nominated for the Rising Star award at this year's Country Music Association of Ontario awards show which take place on May 26th. He'll also be performing at the awards show that night. Earlier this year, he was part of the Young Guns tour featuring Brett Kissell and One More Girl. He also has performances lined up at Manitoba’s Dauphin Country Fest, the Havelock Country Jamboree, PEI’s Cavendish Beach Music Festival and a return to Boots and Hearts in August.
He's proud to be part of the CCMA (Canadian Country Music Association) Discovery Program. The mandate of the program is to create a national program to support country music artists to reach their potential by providing educational, mentorship, networking, and exposure opportunities.
Jordan is signed to Big Star Recordings - the independent label run by Invictus Entertainment Group (Jim Cressman) and distributed by Universal Music Canada. His debut album with them - featuring the current single That Girl - is set for release in June 2014.
By now you've probably heard JORDAN MCINTOSH's songs Walk Away, Let Me Love You & Grew Up In A Country Song. And now you'll be hearing a lot of his brand new song That Girl. Music is his passion and he's pursuing it with 100% determination. “I obviously had a dream of this growing. That started to become a reality over the past year. That might seem quick but I've been working at this for about seven or eight years,” Jordan explains.“There was always that hope but I keep an open mind and stay grounded. There's a one-in-a-million chance that you'll make a career of your ability. It keeps you focused.” He has been busy lately touring across Canada with The Young Guns tour which stars Brett Kissel & One More Girl. Jordan’s first influence was his older sister, Melissa. “My entire family is musical, but I idolized my sister. She started to sing before I did and, being younger, I wanted to do everything she did. That’s how I found out I could sing. I never really studied music. I just sang all the time. I know there’s a one in a million chance that you can make a career of your ability to sing. That’s always kept me focused, but I couldn’t do any of this without my family.”
Ottawa-based Country artist & teen hearthrob JORDAN MCINTOSH is making a big name for himself through great performances at various venues this summer and through his singles at radio - and his videos. By now you've probably heard Walk Away, Let Me Love You & his latest Grew Up In A Country Song. Music is his passion and he's pursuing it with 100% determination. “I obviously had a dream of this growing. That started to become a reality over the past year. That might seem quick but I've been working at this for about seven or eight years,” Jordan explains.“There was always that hope but I keep an open mind and stay grounded. There's a one-in-a-million chance that you'll make a career of your ability. It keeps you focused.” With initial influences like Carrie Underwood and Mariah Carey, he now credits the likes of Luke Bryan, Johnny Reid, Taylor Swift and Jason Aldean for further inspiring him. Still in his teens, Jordan is wearing 'two hats' - that of a student and that of an upcoming Country star. “It's difficult to balance everything,” he admits. “I've had to eliminate some things from my life to pursue this but everyone is so supportive. From family to my teachers, they're behind me with this. They afford me time to work on my music and improve in this career without sacrificing something as important as school.”
in Self Help
Relationship expert and life coach Marie Dubuque examines rudeness in the digital age. How do you handle it when someone blocks you on Facebook? What do you say if you've just embarrassed yourself at a cocktail party and the host snubs you? From one blunder to another, Marie deals with every aspect of living amongst loud obnoxious people glued to their cell phones all day long. Marie talks about surviving and thriving in a society where rudeness has become a way of life. And she firmly believe you can be polite and kind and still get ahead in this world! Marie has been a featured guest on radio and television stations across the country. Her articles have appeared in more than 100 publications nationwide. And this is one author who is not afraid of the camera! Her popular YouTube channels (youtube.com/mannersbymarie and youtube.com/mariedubuque) garner thousands of views daily.
One of the greatest gifts you'll receive is your life. Some of the most powerful tools you'll have are your attitude, perspective, resilience, perseverance, faith, humility, courage and wisdom. When you no longer allow fear to control you, step outside of The Box and stop living your life on "mute," you will experience one of the sweetest freedoms ever discovered by mankind. Your life is a gift and whether you choose to unwrap it, is your choice; how you live it will determine if you are truly living or just passing time existing. You are destined for greatness and the power to transform is within you.
On Monday, Oct. 13, 12 noon PDT/3 pm EDT/8 pm UK, Purpose Talk Radio guest Yahminah McIntosh will share how she lives her greatness—in spite of what many call a debilitating disease—as an author, poet, motivational speaker, cause-athlete, playwright, talk show host, advocate, founder of PHAMLI Entertainment—a production company that focuses on inspirational and motivational plays, improv events, public service announcements and commercials—and president/CEO of ThinkBOXER, Inc.—a brand strategy, life coaching and life mapping firm designed to assist individuals find their purpose, stay in their lane and flow in their purpose.
Each Monday at 12 noon PT/3 pm ET/8 pm UK, or archived, host Cindy Freeman and her guests bring insights and ideas to help you grow in your Soul path. Guests are from a variety of professions, experts on living their life with a purpose and want to share with listeners how they got there and might benefit from their experience. More information is at Purpose Talk Radio. Join the conversations on Facebook at Purpose Talk Radio Conversations.
What sports topic (question) did you always want to ask or discuss? We are debating those topics, and even social topics, with this show! We will discuss such topics like:
What team in Ohio will win a professional Championship? Bengals , Browns, Cavs, or Indians
What movie do you anticipate the most? Superman VS Batman or The Avengers age of Ultron
Most disgraceful Barry Bonds or Lance Armstrong?
What’s more important a fat ass or a great personality
NBA 15 seconds on the clock you are down by one who do you want to take the last shot?
We will also feature special guest:
- Chi Ife & Jeremy Major to speak about the Showcase Group and the amazing things they have on the horizon.
- Former Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens Wide Receiver Michael Jackson
- Neter Cook informing everyone about the upcoming Improv Show at Mardi Gras that will feature #4HFA's Marlon Copeland
Are policemen keeping us safe or killing our young black people? What effect should high profile cases like that of Mike Brown, Jordan Davis, and Trayvon Martin have on the minds of blacks and black men especially?
Todd Harrison of Concerned Black Men Inc. joins as Special Guest.
He officiated at matches that included wrestling’s royalty — Antonino Rocca ,Ultimate Warrior,Hulk Hogan,The Rock,Undertaker, among them. Caputo’s career highlights included between-games matches at major league ballparks, including Shea Stadium, and the first Wrestlemania at the Garden.Not so bad, you say — after all, the outcome of the bouts were never any secret. “Not so,” says Caputo. “Back then, they never told the refs the outcome so as not to compromise the job we had to do.”
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Heliosaga- “Towers In The Distance” is the anticipated album rooted deep in European tradition, combining the best elements of power, symphonic, and gothic metal. Drawing comparisons from such bands as Xandria, Delain, and Leaves Eyes.
The name Heliosaga is a metaphor derived from helios, the Greek word for sun, and saga meaning the story/ history; thus, Heliosaga represents the journey of life.
“Towers In The Distance” lyrics are deeply personal, and the primary themes revolve around the state of the world, mortality and the personal struggles that all encounter. Mixed by Michael Hansen (Phonomik, Chainfist) at Phon Studio and mastered by Jacob Hansen (Epica, Volbeat) at Hansen Studios. Bass guitar tracks were recorded by Chad Novell (Fibonacci Sequence) and a guest guitar solo was performed by Gilbert Pot (Elegy).
Heliosaga was founded in 2010 by Damien Villarreal (keys/guitar) in San Antonio, Texas, soon after joined by Jordan Ames (drums). By September of 2010, the line-up was complete and the first practices were held. The ensuing year would see a five song demo, the first shows and various line-up changes. In 2012, Chelsea Knaack joined as lead vocalist and the band recorded the single “The Light of Ardor”, which was released in January 2013. Shortly before the recorded single was release, the band relocated to Minnesota and continued the writing process.
For The First Time Anywhere Joeyt Jackson & Tom Mesereau on The same program & KING JORDAN RADIO has it Oct 16th 9pm est ,We Will have talks about the Jodi Arias re-trial, Also we talk about the Verdict in The Blade Runner and for all you MJ Fan's Listen here The first 1/2 hour well be the News the second Tom has agreed to talk strictly MJ stuff for the second half!!!
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YOUR NEED TO BE ENTERTAINED in the eyes of many is viewed as an addictive but legal drug that keeps most of society on a superficial high. It is said that the more entertained one is or the more one feels the need to be entertained, the less thinking he/she does.
Americans are seen as the most entertained but the least educated people. On a previous Butterfly Evolution show, Greg Whittaker, one of our most powerful guests asked a very important question
“Why do people need to be entertained?” –
The world is constantly entertaining us through television, social media, i-pods and i-pads, smart phones and much more. Most people spend every hour being entertained. Dr. Winter in his book “Still Bored In A Culture Of Entertainment” says the average person has 33,000 of leisure hours than a person in the mid-1800’s. But back to the question..... “Why do we constantly need to be entertained?”
How or does entertainment affect us emotionally, financially and/or socially? How does excessive ENTERTAINMENT affect the youth?
Join the Butterfly Evolution Show with Tammy Gaitor and Rodney Jordan on Monday October 20th at 8 PM CST.
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