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Former Louisville Cardfinals RB Lionel Gates joins Joe Lisi On The Weekly Blitz.
Gates was a standout from 2001-2004 rushing for 1,475 yards averaging 4.8 yards per carry with 20 touchdowns. He was an all-around running back who caught 40 passes for 469 yards averaging 11.7 yards per carry with 2 receiving touchdowns.
Gates had great speed and was a tough inside runner who was not afraid of contact. The trio of Gates, Michael Bush and Eric Shelton was a loaded backfield for head coach Bobby Petrino in leading the Cardinals to a 11-1 record in 2004 with a top 10 ranking.
Gates was drafted in the 7th round by the Buffalo Bills and played from 2005-2007 for Buffalo and Tampa Bay
Clovrerleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Member of the Legendary Barrymore Family of Actors, John Blyth Barrymore! (Son of John Drew Barrymore, Brother of Drew Barrymore, Grandson of John Barrymore and Nephew of Lionel Barrymore) and known for his work on the TV show "Kung Fu" and in numerous films, including Johnny Depp's "Cry-Baby" and Dudley Moore's "Crazy People"! JOIN US!!
On today's edition of No Foul Play, we will recap all of the action in the Barclays Premier League. Especially that epic encounter between Manchester City and Arsenal. We will talk the various leagues around the world, including Serie A, La Liga, and Serie A.
Speaking of La Liga, Cristiano Ronaldo cemented the 2014 Balon d'Or. In today's action, Lionel Messi proved his skill and why he is dubbed as the best player in the world by scoring a hat trick against struggling Deportivo. We will discuss, if healthy, if Messi can once again be dubbed as the greatest player of all time.
All your transfer talk also tonight, with various names making headlines around the globe. Plus, Mike Knoxxx....was he sold on football when he lost a bet to Hugo that he had to watch a Premier League match? All of this tonight at 7:00 PM EST/12:00 AM UK. 347-637-3859 is the number to call, or you can Skype, tweet directly @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY.
Matthew Grant, Reed Duthie & Joey Kings were LIVE in Hamilton to call Alpha-1 Wrestling's Matrats event for our listeners!
The FULL card for this show was:
Cedric Alexander v. Josh Alexander v. Brent Banks (c) - Alpha Male Championship
Eric Ryan v. Rickey Shane Page (c) - Zero Gravity Championship
Gym Rats (Alessandro Del Bruno & Scotty O'Shea) v. 3.0 (Shane Matthews & Scott Parker) v. Goat Brigade (Shane Sabre & Kirk Warmack) v. The Oppression (Justin Sane & Lionel Knight) - Tag Team Championships
Ethan Page v. RD Evans
Seleziya Sparx v. Allysin Kay
Gauntlet for the Gold - #1 Contendership to the Alpha Male Championship
@A1Wrestling @WeeklyWPodcast @elitepodcastnet
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Rum and Coca-Cola: the Andrew Sisters, With Vic Schoen and his Orchestra
Rum and Coca-Cola” is the title of a popular calypso. Originally composed by Lord Invader and Lionel Belasco, it was copyrighted in the United States by entertainer Morey Amsterdam (Dick Van Dyke show) and became a huge hit in 1945 for the Andrews Sisters, spending ten weeks at the top of Billboard's U.S. Pop Singles chart.
Lord Invader also wrote a follow-up song to "Rum and Coca-Cola", titled "Yankee Dollar".
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Trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way
this show is part of a music experiment
Hello world I hope you're ready for another exciting 30 minutes of sports radio action on "The Jay Byrd Show!" Today I'll be giving my take on the National Championship game, the Grizz trade, Lebron's situation and much more. If you want to hear the best take on sports news you've tuned in to the right station! You know the routine strap up those seatbelts and let's get ready to rumble lol!
Born Obediah Don bell Jessie, 28 December 1936, Lincoln Manor, Texas, Young Jessie embodies the primal blend of R & B and rock 'n' roll. Though he never scored a national hit, he has succeeded in making a living out of music for the past 55 years and is still active today. Obie, as he likes to be called, was born in a suburb of Dallas. His father, James Jessie, was a cook and had no musical accomplishments, while his mother, Melinda Harris (nicknamed Plunky) was a housewife who confined her piano playing to home and church. She taught Obie how to play ukelele and piano. In 1946, the Jessie family relocated to Los Angeles, where Melinda exposed Obie to jazz concerts by the greats of the day (Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Lionel Hampton a.o.). After Obie's grandmother became ill in 1950, he and his mother returned to Dallas, where he began his study of music (piano and sax) and joined the high school band. He completed his education at Jefferson High in Los Angeles where he met Johnny Watson and Richard Berry. With the latter and three others, Jessie formed a vocal group, as yet unnamed, who auditioned for John Dolphin. They recorded their first single ("I Had A Love", written by Jessie) in 1953 for Dolphin's Recorded In Hollywood label. Dolphin credited them as The Hollywood Blue Jays, a name he had previously used for another gospel-oriented group. "We were pretty dissatisfied and thought We gotta get ourselves a real record company", says Obie. That company was Modern/RPM Records, run by the Bihari brothers. Their first record for the label was a remake of "I Had A Love". The Biharis dubbed the group The Flairs and put them on their new subsidiary label Flair.
In Alexander O'Neal's song "My Gift To You" he sings:
"...I'm offering my heart and soul and every single part I hae to give of myself. My love is what I bring to you is my gift to you..."
Personally, I believe these are the only gifts that ever matter. This show is about the Brilliance of unconventional gifts and love despite judgments, differences, or closed-mind thinking that people often hold over each other. I say get the mistletoe instead and show the love, don't package it up.
I'll have some memories, a few songs, a couple readings, quotes, and the gift of my time to anyone who wants something just a little special at the end of this much celebrated day. Now that all the presents are unwrapped or opened if you received such things and all the guests or you have retreated back home. Maybe kick your feet up in front of the fire or the cmputer and listen to a quiet little special that doesn't require you to dress up or wear fancy shoes.
Just relax and listen to some carefully picked songs a few musings and readings to help you remember what a gift you truly are to anyone and everyone who have had the good occaision to encounter your brilliance!
Shabba Doo is the stage name of Adolfo Quiñones (born May 11, 1955), an American actor, dancer, choreographer, and director. Quiñones grew up in Chicago. He is of multi-ethnic background; his father was Puerto Rican, and his mother, who raised him alone from the age of three, was African American.
As a member of The Original Lockers along with Don "Campbellock" Campbell, Fred "Rerun" Berry and Toni Basil, Quiñones became one of the founders of the dance style commonly known as locking.
His most well-known role was as Ozonein the 1984 hit cult film, Breakin', as well as in its sequel, Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo. Quiñones also appeared in the film Rave - Dancing to a Different Beat, which he also directed.
In addition, he has made guest appearances on TV shows, including The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!,Married... with Children, Miami Vice,What's Happening!!, Saturday Night Live and Lawrence Leung's Choose Your Own Adventure.
Besides acting and dancing work in film and television, Quiñones has served as a choreographer to many singers, such as Lionel Richie, Madonna, and Luther Vandross. He was a primary dancer and main choreographer for Madonna's Who's That Girl? Tour in 1987. He served as choreographer for Jamie Kennedy's MTV sitcom, Blowin' Up. He also choreographed Three Six Mafia's performance on the 78th Academy Awards, when they won the Oscar for best original song for their song "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp".
Quiñones (along with his Breakin' co-star Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers and other dancers from the film) is prominently featured in the music video for Chaka Khan's 1984 song "I Feel for You". Adolfo was in Rome in March 2012 for 1 workshop of dance, hip hop old school.
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