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Keaton Simons is truly what the Los Angeles Times called “a triple threat.” He captivates audiences with his compelling, soul-baring songs, masterful acoustic and electric guitar playing, and authentic voice. The energy and passion that Keaton brings to his work, whether in the studio, performing solo or with his full band, is as infectious as his lyrics and as stirring as his melodies. Keaton Simons released his sophomore full-length album, Beautiful Pain, co-produced with Mikal Blue (Colbie Caillat, One Republic), and soap fans, over 20 of Keaton's songs have been heard on CBS Daytime's "The Young and the Restless" over the last few months as well! We will be discussing how this album has exploded into daytime and new fans worldwide.
Keaton Simons comes back to chat with A&B talking about the Curly Rock Tour 2009, Disneyland, tatoos, flying squirrels, and much more! So if you think you've had a rough week already, grab a mid-week martini, get your pj's on, lock up the kids and snuggle up with a dose of A&B...shaken, not stirred. You'll be cooler just by tuning in!
Frank Bang spent 5 years touring with Buddy Guy, has played on stage with Eric Clapton, Dave Matthews and Carlos Santana to name a few. He released 4 albums, and then took time off to raise his family. Now he and his band Secret Stash are back making music. His latest album is Double Dare and will be released on May 21. Frank will join me to discuss his life, career and new album, while we listen to some tunes.
Sterling Koch is a nationally recognized lap steel guitarist who is a touring/recording solo artist and session musician. Sterling specializes in playing Chicago-style, slide guitar blues in a contemporary style on the lap steel guitar. His latest album, Let It Slide is a collection of some sweet music. After years of playing guitar, Koch was told he need to stop once a herniated disc was found in his neck. Foregoing surgery Koch decided to take up the lap steel. Frank joins me as we discuss his career and listen to his music.
Sena Ehrhardt grew up in Minnesota with a blues-loving, guitar-playing dad, so it is no surprise when she followed in his footsteps into music. Her first album, Leave The Light On, earned her a Blues Music Award Nomination for Best Debut Artist. and now, her second album, All In, was just released and it shows the growth she has gained in her songwriting, playing and singing. Produced by the great Jim Gaines, Sena and her band explode through 11 excellent tunes. I will chat with Sena about her life and how much it has changed in the last year and where she is headed in the future.
Keaton Simons joined me back in June of 2012 to discuss his debut album. He is releasing his new album and bringing it to The Couch with him. This young man plays music of different genres, but it all falls under the GOOD STUFF label.
KATY GLORIOSO - POP/FOLK SINGER/SONGWRITER FROM YORK,PA...CHECK OUT HER NEW ALBUM "FINE AND FOOLISH" OUT NOW...SEE HER LIVE @ NAYLOR'S WINE CELLAR IN YORK,PA ON JULY 5TH...MORE INFO,MUSIC & DATES @ www.facebook.com/katygloriosomusic
KEATON SIMONS - ROCK/BLUES/POP SINGER/SONGWRITER FROM LOS ANGELES,CA...NEW ALBUM "BEAUTIFUL PAIN" OUT NOW...RECENTLY PLAYED ON THE ELLEN SHOW...CHECK OUT DATES,MUSIC & MORE @ www.facebook.com/keatonsimonsmusic
Things really DO get better when A&B visit with CBS recording artist Keaton Simons. Having worked with some of the hottest names in music, this singer/musician has been described as an "old soul in a young man's body." You also won't want to miss his exclusive acoustic performance of "Currently" that will give you chills! If that’s not enough for you, ABL is pleased to welcome the Associate Producer and Casting Director for the film “Chicago Overcoat” to The Cool Table. With stars like Frank Vincent and Mike Starr, this film promises to be a must see! So join Annie, Burl, RockDog, and Kat and become just a little bit cooler for listening! They guarantee 26 minutes of quality entertainment!
Keaton Simons plays music simply because he has to.
With an extensive palate including a degree in Ethnomusicology, Keaton's craving for a diverse musical adventure has pushed him into many different genres.
He's worked as a writer, musical director, singer, bassist and guitarist with notable acts like Gnarls Barkley, Black Eyed Peas, Snoop Dogg and Tre Hardson of the L.A. alternative rap group The Pharcyde.
In addition, Keaton has found himself opening for Coldplay, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar and Train, writing with Jason Mraz and Hanson, and acting as the face of Advanced Guitar for the new Xbox game Rocksmith.
I will chat with Keaton about his life and career as we play cuts from his album, Can You Hear Me.
Then Robins Banks joins me.
Comfortable with Jazz, Classic R&B and Soul, even Reggae, she's also known for her bold and brassy, classy but sassy, Texas & Chicago electric Blues style.
She has 4 independently released CDs to her credit and makes regular tours to Europe and the Caribbean.
She is a recipient of a Maple Blues Award for New Artist of the Year and twice nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year.
We will chat about her life and listen to her music.
THEN! Omar Kent Dykes joins me again, this time to preview the new Omar and The Howlers album, I'm Gone, which will drop the following day.
Another act bringing us music before it's release. Life is good!
KEATON SIMONS - amazing singer/song writer from Los Angeles,California. New Album "Can You Hear Me" out now. www.myspace.com/keatonsimons
Four To Three - amazing rock band from New York. Check out their new EP "Abandoned" Out now...www.myspace.com/fourtothree
Candace has written for numerous media, including Adweek, Business Week, Week, the Dallas Times Herald, Forbes, the International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, and Reuters America. She has also been a syndicated political columnist whose works have appeared in publications such as Liberal Opinion Week. Nearly three decades ago, Candace encountered an alternative healing method called Sunan therapy that enabled her to resolve many of her emotional and spiritual wounds. This therapy also helped her become familiar with the intimate link between spirituality, energy, and healing. It introduced her to some of her past lives and those of family and friends. Based on these experiences, she co-authored and published Hope is in the Garden—--Healing Resolution Through Unconditional Love. This nonfiction explores emotional and spiritual healing resolution based on the Sunan method of working in the energy of human consciousness. In this book, she provides an expanded definition of energy that demonstrates the connection between matter, spirit, mind, and heart. Candace and her co-author, Jana L. Simons, have published new nonfiction titled, The Healing Circle—How Anyone Can Contact the Other Side. This spiritual self-help book teaches readers how to contact not only departed loved ones, but children who are not yet born.
Vicki Simons, owner of The Simons Group real estate company and a CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocate for foster children will discuss her passion for her company and work with fosters. How she has found a congruence of interest that benefits both the childrens she serves and the company she runs. A true example of The Philantrepreneur model at work.
Have you seen the stats of foster children compared to general popoulation? Here are category comparisons
Adults who have been in foster care as children / general population:
· PTSD: 25% / 4.5%
· Depression: 24.3% / 10.6%
· Anxiety: 43% / 5.1%
· Addiction/alcoholism: 11.1% / 2.5%
· Males convicted of a crime: 60% / 10%
· Homeless for more than one day: 22% / 2%.
Join us tonight as we discuss the new teaser trailer released today from the CW.
Richard Anderson is perhaps best-known in recent years for his roles as the Narrator, Captain Stiles, in the television series Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1993-1997) with David Carradine and Chris Potter, as well as his role as Buck Fallmont in Dynasty (1986-1987). Finally, the full story of his life and incredible career are revealed in his sensational new autobiography.
From humble beginnings as a young actor to his first contract with MGM, Richard’s first big impressions on moviegoers were as Chief Quinn in Forbidden Planet (1956) with Walter Pidgeon and Anne Francis and as Tom McAffee in The Buster Keaton Story (1957) starring Donald O’Connor.
In the early years of what we now call Classic TV, his dozens of appearances were in such memorable series as Zorro (1958-1959), The Untouchables(1960), Thriller with Boris Karloff (1960), The Rifleman (1960-1963), The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1964), many appearances on Perry Mason (1966), The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1966), and Mission Impossible (1967), to name but a few. Richard eventually became one of the most familiar faces on television in his role as Oscar Goldman in The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-1978) and The Bionic Woman (1976-1978).
Discover the million-dollar story of Richard Anderson: At Last, A Memoir. From the Golden Years of M-G-M and The Six Million Dollar Man to Now.
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