• 01:50

    Horror Poet Lemmy Rushmore and Artist Niall Parkinson

    in Poetry

    From emotionally dark to horror, Lemmy Rushmore's work can be seen in many anthologies which feature the superbly dark art of Niall Parkinson and released by James Ward Kirk Publishing. In addition he will be included along with other talented writers and poets in the anthologies: Hell II: Citizens, Cellar Door III: Animals, Indiana Horror Review 2014, The Grays, and Bones III, all coming soon from the great team at James Wark Kirk Publishing. His newest work can be viewed on the Parkinson Rushmore Project Facebook Page as he is currently involved in a unique collaboration with the extraordinarily talented artist, Niall Parkinson. Niall Parkinson is an Irish artist specializing in the origination of dark, surreal, conceptual and spiritual hand drawn illustration from which he explores the darker regions of the human heart and experience. His background is in commercial graphic design and he had spent over 20 years working in this capacity within the printing industry. Niall has also had success in the music industry designing cd covers and booklets primarily for European metal bands.

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lemmy.rushmore, https://www.facebook.com/niall.parkinson.501

    Parkinson Rushmore Project: https://www.facebook.com/TheP.R.SProject, http://parkinsonrushmoreproject.wordpress.com/

    Amazon links: No Sight for the Saved, Demonic Possession, We Are Dust and Shadow

  • 00:31

    Stones - A True Life Story Based on the Music and Recovery of Alexander McKay

    in Movies

    "If you put the films Once, Crazy Heart and Leaving Las Vegas into a blender, you'd get a movie cocktail called Stones." Don & Roydon

    “A kid once said to me “Do you get hangovers?” I said, “To get hangovers you have to stop drinking.”
    Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister, Motorhead

    Today's episode of GUC, is all about the exciting upcoming film, Stones - a true life story based on the experiences of singer/songwriter and recovering alcoholic Alexander McKay. 

    Here with us to discuss the Stones film is writer, producer and founding partner of Donroy Independent Films, Don Macnab-Stark. As a full-time screenwriter, script doctor and consultant, Don has written over seventy feature scripts, three of which were filmed in 2012 (Rabid, Hope For Love and Act Like You Love Me.)

    For more on the Stones film, Click Here

    To listen to Alex's music, Click Here

    For more information on Don Macnab-Stark, Click Here



  • 02:01

    Our 5th Annual Halloween Spooktacular

    in Poetry

    We are so proud to announce that this show will mark our FIFTH Annual Halloween Spooktacular! There will be no callers, no blog chat, no promos, no chat at all. This show is our Halloween Treat to you, our listeners!

    Sit back. Light some candles or even better yet, a Jack-o-Lantern. Turn off the lights and listen to two hours of poetry and stories that are designed to give you the TOTAL Halloween Experience with no interruptions. It will even make the perfect background for all your Halloween Festivites too!

    Presented in this show are 48 poems and stories by the following authors: Coralie Rowe, Cousin Vampire, D.S. Scott, Deb Harman, Dona Fox, Edgar Allan Poe, Josh Miller, K. Nicole Kiger, Karen Elizabeth Waters, Kay Irvin, Lanaia Lee, Lemmy Rushmore, Lori R. Lopez, Mary Genevieve Fortier, Morgan Sylvia, Patrick James Ryan, Prem Anand R, S.B.Lacroix, Viktor Aurelius, W.C. Morrow, W.B. Yeates, and William Cook. Thank you for being guests on our show throughout the years!


    Please visit my website to download these mp3s individually after the show has aired: http://viktoraurelius.com/whispers-from-the-voice/

  • 00:42

    Nashville Songwriter: Country Music's Greatest Hits

    in Country Music

    Award-winning music biographer Jake Brown returns to store shelves nationwide with a shift from the rock world to the country world with his new book Nashville Songwriter: The Inside Stories Behind Country Music’s Greatest Hits which includes exclusive interviews with country legends Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and a long list of hit songwriters. 

    The book features interviews with the writers behind country's greatest hits like Tim McGraw's Live Like You Were Dying, Lady Antebellum's We Owned The Night, Carrie Underwood's Jesus Take The Wheel, and many more.

    Songwriters featured, in this 300-plus page book, include Craig Wiseman, Dean Dillon, Bob DiPiero, Bill Anderson, Sonny Curtis, Tom Shapiro, Kelley Lovelace, Rivers Rutherford, Tom T. Hall, Wayne Carson, Chris Dubois, Dallas Davidson, David Lee Murphy, and Freddy Powers. 

    In addition to these never-before-revealed stories behind the songs, aspiring songwriters will find countless gems of wisdom about the craft and career of songwriting itself.

    Jake Brown has written 35 published books since 2001, featuring many authorized collaborations with some of rock’s biggest artists, including 2013 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Heart (with Ann and Nancy Wilson), living guitar legend Joe Satriani, heavy metal pioneers Motorhead (with Lemmy Kilmister), late hip hop icon Tupac Shakur (with the estate), celebrated Rock drummer Kenny Aronoff, late Funk pioneer Rick James, and the all-star rock producers anthology ‘Behind the Boards’, among many others.

  • 02:10

    Horror Poetry #1

    in Poetry

    Our friend K. Nicole Kiger started a facebook group called Horror Poetry: https://www.facebook.com/groups/horror.poetry/

    Tonight we spotlight two poets from that group: Lemmy Rushmore and D.S. Scott! We will chat with these very talented gentlemen and you will hear me recite their Horror Poetry!

    In the first hour: A mechanic by trade and father of three. Lemmy Rushmore occasionally wanders the world of words.He sometimes dabbles in the art of short stories and what he calls,thoughts upon the page, other peoples "poetry" if you will. As of yet unpublished. His pieces touch on many topics but usually lean toward the dark giving us a dreary view of all that which surrounds.

    Then in our second hour: When D. S. Scott was fourteen, a friend suggested he write a short story. He began writing and immediately took an interest in it. A couple weeks later he finished and was surprised to find how much he enjoyed writing it. In the years since, Scott has written in several genres but has found a particular interest in horror and suspense. He enjoys writing poetry, short stories and has started on a novel. Finding writing to be a creative outlet, he kept with it and followed his goal to publish. “He Comes In Many Forms” is D. S. Scott’s first book and collection of dark poetry. He currently lives in North Carolina with his dog, Bandit.

  • 01:00

    Pastor Lemmy Sikena, Spiritual Wellness & Health

    in News

    Health Watch will feature Pastor Lemmy Sikena of Christian Harvest Church in Mongu, Zambia. Pastor Sikena was trained as a pastor in South Africa. He will talk about spiritual wellness and health. As a pastor
    he has a very important role in the community to attend to people's spiritiual wellness which in turn affects their physical well being and their health. His duties include praying for the sick and bereaved, marriage counselling, community development.

  • 01:06

    900 Seconds: QUEEN V, December 26th at 3pm EST

    in Entertainment

    Ferocious, hard rock, guitar playing, passionate vocals, endless swagger and attitude: This is what Rock 'N' Roll is all about, and this is exactly what you get with Queen V. 

    Queen V, the band, started in 1996. In 2003, they opened for Twisted Sister and toured with Billy Idol (it was this tour that I first witnessed her INCREDIBLE performance) and Bon Jovi (2005) at The Meadowlands. After a performance in 2004 at the legendary (The) Viper Room, V met Tom Morello and Lemmy (of Motorhead). Both Tom Morello and Lemmy have collaborated  with Queen V and recorded 'My Machine' (with TM) and 'Wasted' (with Lemmy), which can be found on Queen V's latest release: A Decade of Queen V. 

    Queen V has performed at numerous festivals and travels frequently on a NY/LA circuit. 

    Since 2007, V has worked diligently to preserve New York's underground music scene throught the 'Take Back New York' show listings. 

    Get ready to have your blood pumping! Queen V is in the house!


    Queen V Links:

    Official Website: http://www.queenv.com

    FB: https://www.facebook.com/officialQueenV

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/theQueenV

    YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/hrhthequeenv

    Reverb Nation:http://www.reverbnation.com/queenv

    Itunes Music: The Decade of Queen V by Queen V (Apple):


  • 02:59

    Men With No Lives #59: "WWLD - What Would Lemmy Do"

    in Pop Culture

    Cazador Radio presents "Men With No Lives" hosted by Western X creator Michael Flores and stuntman/actor Dan "Dice" Narciso, along with Dustin Hale and Kevin Tye. The show broadcasts live every Saturday at 7pm PST.
    You can catch the show at http://www.menwithnolives.com
    This weeks featured artist is Joecephus & The George Jonestown Massacre with their track "WWLD - What Would Lemmy Do"

  • 01:28

    Holly Stephey & Bebe Buell , Hard Love

    in Music

    Not many people can say that they opened for Alice Cooper and the Ramones, recorded with the Cars, was a fashion model/Playboy Playmate, penned a New York Times best-selling autobiography ('Rebel Heart") and has been praised by such rock icons as Steven Tyler, Joey Ramone and Lemmy Kilmister.        But Bebe Buell has managed to obtain all of these lofty accomplishments. Released on September 27th via the Niji Entertainment Group (a label co-founded by Wendy and Ronnie James Dio), 'Hard Love' is one rockin' good time, as evidenced by such tracks as "Mother of Rock & Roll," "Devil You Know," and a cover of Gang of Four's "I Love A Man In A Uniform."        And Bebe is backed by a rock solid backing band, comprised of Guns N’ Roses drummer Frank Ferrer, former Iggy Pop/Glenn Danzig/Samhain bassist Pete Marshall on bass, former Das Damen/D-Generation guitarist Jimmy Walls on guitar, and former U Melt keyboardist Zac Lasher.     

  • 02:00

    Twisted South welcomes Amplified Heat & Hope Waits

    in Entertainment

    In a time where everybody has to put a label on a band to try and separate or distinguish what kind of music they play, Amplified Heat adopts Lemmy from Motorhead's philosophy....ROCK AND ROLL! Not "rock", "indie" or "alternative" but rock 'n roll in the most raw and dirty sense of the term.
    The trio consists of brothers Jim, Chris & Gian Ortiz, who have been playing music together since they were kids. Two thirds of the band were born in Cali, Colombia and the other in New Jersey. They spent their young lives in La Puente, California, a racially mixed community but predominantly hispanic. They bounced around between Colombia and California a few times before finally settling in Texas.
     If Billie Holiday had a love child with Joe Cocker, and Fiona Apple had a love child with BeBe Winons, and those two kids grew up and had a baby, that child would be me. Some people say this, I did not make this up.-Hope Waits

    “Hope Waits is the new 'Lady Day'. Somewhere between Janis Joplin and Billie Holiday is an incredible voice and feeling that generates electricity. A new voice of patience, meaning and an unbelievable sense of style that has a proven way of transcending all the female vocal music that means the important message of art to our generation.” Gary Miller -BluesSource.com 


  • 02:02

    The Best of Twisted South Radio presents Wanda Jackson

    in Music

    Twisted South Radio welcome blues guitar wizard Danny B. Harvey and the Legendary Queen of Rock and First Lady of Rockabilly, Miss Wanda Jackson on Jan. 12, 2011. Danny B. Harvey has a relationship with his guitar and shares that with the world, from producing Wanda Jackson music to playing with the Headact, the world’s only rockabilly supergroup with Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead and Slim Jim Phantom of the Stray Cats. He is currently on tour and also plays in a group called the Lonesome Spurs with Lynda Kay Parker. When Wanda Jackson, the justly crowned Queen of Rockabilly, recorded “Let’s Have A Party,” a tune she made into a hit of her own in 1958 even after one-time boyfriend Elvis Presley had released a version of it, her delivery of the chorus wasn’t so much a suggestion as a command. As the title – and, more importantly, the contents -- of her latest album, The Party Ain’t Over, indicates, this feisty septuagenarian artist is as galvanizing as ever. Jackson was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, honored with a long-time-coming, Early Influence accolade for her pivotal role in the evolution of popular music, especially where female artists were concerned. As a teenager in the mid-50s, the diminutive Jackson was the first woman to perform unadulterated rock and roll – and she one-upped the boys defining this new genre, Presley included, with her exhilaratingly forthright approach. The young Jackson, an Oklahoma native, came across as both gritty and glamorous; a playfully suggestive growl to her voice matched the daring, handmade outfits she wore, short skirts and fringed dresses that have inspired would-be bad girls for decades to come. A tireless touring artist for more than 50 years, Jackson continues to win over new, young fans, including guitarist-vocalist-White Stripes founder Jack White. courtesy of http://www.wandajackson.com

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