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Wednesday night with old cowboys
Carson Robison Trio – When It's Night-Time in Nevada
Gene Autry That's How I Got My Start
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Carson Robison Trio / Gene Autry – When It's Night-Time in Nevada / That's How I Got My Start
Label: Romeo – 5093
Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country
A: Carson Robison Trio When it’s Nighttime in Nevada
Lyrics by – Pascoe
Music by – Clint, Dulmage
Side A recorded 28 July 1931 in New York, NY.
B: Gene Autry That's How I Got My Start
Composer Gene Autry
Side B recorded 10 April 1931 in New York, NY
Accordion – Unknown Artist (tracks: A)
Mandolin – John Cali (tracks: A)
Steel Guitar – Unknown Artist (tracks: A)
Vocals – Unknown Artist (tracks: A)
Vocals Guitar, Whistling – Carson Robison (tracks: A)
Vocals Yodeling, Guitar – Gene Autry (tracks: B)
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Blackfoot’s rock and roll powerhouse Rickey Medlocke joins Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show for a rare in-depth interview, Wednesday, November 18, 3 pm ET.
Rickey Medlocke has been performing on stage since the age of three. His grandfather, Shorty Medlocke, was a well-known Delta blues musician and taught his grandson, still in diapers, to play a miniature banjo. His musical abilities increased over the years. At age five, he began teaching himself to play the guitar. At the tender age of eight, he was playing drums in Grandpa Shorty’s band. He went on to master the banjo, guitar, drums, mandolin, dobro and keyboards. And let’s not forget the voice, rough, raspy, irresistible. The kid from Jacksonville made good, first carving his way in the competitive world of rock and roll at eighteen as founder, singer and guitarist for the celebrated band Blackfoot. And then as a member of the iconic Southern Rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. He continues to tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd, but more importantly, Blackfoot is back!
A conversation with the iconic singer, songwriter, musician, producer, Rickey Medlocke, on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, November 18, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
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CrossFit Football certified (specialized) strength and conditioning towards the power athlete .ISSA Strength And Conditioning Specialist
ISSA Personal Fitness Trainer.Certified CrossFit Olympic Weightlifting Coach.CrossFit Striker certified (specialized)
Amateur and Pro Mma coaching experience.10 years experience in coaching and fitness related fields.
Over 12500 hours coaching and implementing CrossFit.Develops all plans and programming associated with weight loss, restorative health, exeecuse programming and BHRT advisement.
Plans and programming for personal training studio, wellness consultation, hormone therapy, anti aging. Adheres strictly to protocol and designs educational system to ensure accountability..Responsible for athletic daily programing around self designed strength and Conditioning program. Monitors athlete nutritional intake and micronutrients.
Ross Delafield was born and raised in New York City, spending the majority of his childhood in the Big Apple before his family relocated to northern Virginia. Ross would attend Loudoun County High School.A walk across the United States was the daunting idea – 2,700 miles from Camp Pendleton, CA to Washington, DC, all to raise awareness for their wounded brothers and sisters in arms.
Members: Pennsylvania Mike - Vox / Guitar Ben Souders - Banjo Chris Strait - Lead Guitar Les Beatty - Drums Dylan Miller - Mandolin Preston Lane - Bass Steve Worall - Harmonica Fat Frank - Hound Dog
Genre: Country, Roots, Blues, Americana, Punk, Rock.
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I've got lots of new music for you this evening as well as some long time favorites at New Groovin Rhythms including some that you may not have heard in quite a while. The newest musicians to join us on the air are the Copas Brothers who are made up of:
L J Copas- Guitars, Bass, Lead Vocal- Background Vocals
Dickie Copas - Mandolin, Background Vocal
Gram Ray - Violin
Sam Alfano - Banjo
Donnie Copas - Drums, Background Vocal
There will also be songs by NGR musicians with songs that have never been played on the air at New Groovin Rhythms so tune in and find out what they are!
RAQUEL COLE is a seasoned singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has written with some of the finest songwriters in the world, has been featured on Sirius XM’s The Highway and has opened up for Country star Josh Turner and Grammy award-winning legendary group Diamond Rio.
Raquel has been perfecting her sound for more than half her young life. These days she splits her time between Nashville and British Columbia. She was born and raised in the Okanagan Valley located in the beautiful province of B.C. Growing up, Raquel was attracted to wide-raging influences that included John Mayer’s bluesy sounds, Bryan Adam’s genius lyrics, and Shania Twain’s pop-country tunes.
“At a really young age my dad introduced me to The Doobie Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, The Guess Who and Randy Bachman. He’s a drummer and he wanted someone to play music with him. When I was nine he bought me my first guitar and it grew from there.” This led Raquel to her love of songs and songwriting. An accomplished guitar player, she added the mandolin to her arsenal as well.
Raquel released her first single “It’s For Real This Time” which earned her a spot on Sirius XM’s The Highway. "Writing songs has always been an outlet for me. This is a very vulnerable song,” she admits. “It’s what was going on in my love life at the time and thankfully writing songs is way cheaper than therapy."
In September 2015, she won the CCMA (Country Music Association of Canada) Discovery Award.
Kevin and his wife Angela will be on with me this Tue night at 9:00 pm. They were on 2 of my televison programs and I can say they are truly dependabe and love what they do.
Kevin Rowe and The Prodigal Sons are a different kind of Gospel group, with a style of music we’ve self-labeled as “Gospel-Billy.”Our brand of musical stylings are designed to appeal to a broad spectrum of folks, and our main goal is appealing to those who normally would not receive Gospel music.
“Gospel-Billy” as it implies, is Gospel-Meets-Rockabilly music. It is exciting, with lots of full-throttle, upbeat tempos, and full-on harmonies, while preserving and emphasizing the message of Jesus Christ and Salvation through Him alone.
The Prodigal Sons
Kevin Rowe – rhythm guitar/mandolin/vocals
Barry Sloan – drums/vocals
Brad Hammack – bass guitar/vocals
Mike Franklin – lead guitar/vocals
Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of "White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee," and Consultant. Please visit her website at www.svetlanakim.com.
Our Guest: Tony DeBlois was born weighing 1 lb., ¾ oz. But that was only the first obstacle that he had to overcome. Tony is also blind and autistic, with Savant Syndrome.This 41-year-old pianist from Randolph, MA, who has been playing piano since age two, was the subject of a movie inspired by actual events in Tony’s life. “Journey of the Heart,” with Cybil Shepard, was a 1997 CBS made-for-TV movie of the week. Additionally, he has appeared on 2 Catholic Global Showcase Specials (2001) and The Learning Channel’s “Uncommon Genius,” Strange Science “Unusual People,” and “Understanding the Mysteries of Memory.” Tony graduated magna cum laude from Berklee College of Music. In addition to piano and organ, he plays harmonica, guitar, harpsichord, English hand bells, violin, banjo, drums, saxophone, clarinet, ukulele, mandolin, flute and trumpet. His extensive repertoire includes jazz, classical, pop, rock and show tunes. www.tonydeblois.com
The Dream Foundry took root in 2009, when Kevin Wallbank and Sally
Sharp-Paulsen met through mutual friend James Lowe, bandleader for The
Electric Prunes. They found they had much the same taste in music and
developed an unusual sound through their shared preference in genres and
common interests. Though Kevin lived in Essex, England and Sally, a
native Chicagoan, lived on the island of Bømlo in Norway, thanks to
modern technology they were able to write and record. Sally does writing
and vocals, and Kevin does the instrumentation, being adept in
instruments as diverse as keyboards, guitars and mandolin. They are an
example of how changes in music technology, and shared objective can
result in a band creating music in two different countries. At present they are working and recording with Steve Ellis of The Love Affair, Widowmaker and The Ellis Band.
The Dream continues...
From the hills of Kentucky, a little place named Rosine came a young man with a sound never heard before, This young singer and mandolin player was Bill Monroe he and his brother Charlie started a group and named them the Bluegrass Boys. The legacy of Bill Monroe lives on,he took a form of music they called country gospel,added some different instruments and the hi lonesome sound which he called bluegrass music, and the rest his musicial histroy.
LAM. 3:22-23 His compassion fail not,Thy are anew every morning;great is Your faithfulnes.
THE BEST REASON FOR HOPE IS JESUS CHRIST THE SAVIOUR OF THE WORLD.
PRAY FOR AMERICA,ISRAEL, OUR CHURCHES,OUR LOST, MILITARY, POLICE OFFICER'S
Gaea Star Crystal Hour with Mariam Massaro
Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #173 at Singing Brook Studio in Worthington MA and features Mariam Massaro on vocals, guitars, celtic harp, native flute and ukelele, Sondra Lewis on vocals and percussion, Robert Sherwood on piano, Dameron Midgett on banjo and mandolin and Craig Harris on congas and marimba. This mystical, drifting collections of songs and improvisations begins with the unusual and mantra-like “Yanawedowayo Parts One and Two”, a lovely and deep first movement distinguished by Mariam’s captivating vocals and native flute, Craig’s frankly cool marimba work and Bob’s minimalist explorations and variations on a two-note ostinato. Minor is steadily, patiently pointed to major as Sondra adds percussive highlights and Mariam moves to the harp for the final pianissimo movement featuring introductions of the players.
Tags: Love marimba piano vocals percussion
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with 11-year-old singer Halle Nolan, member of the singer development group, Nashville Bound. Nashville Bound is a group of singers/players put together by Steve Pennington of Showstopper Promotions to teach young music artists how to perform and put on a show in the Nashville style. Halle talks about her singing career, her accomplishments in learning to play guitar, mandolin, and ukelele, as well as her upcoming performances. Listen to Halle's story on Tuesday, June 16th, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
To hear more of Halle's music:
Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, Speaker, Consultant, and Community Advocate. www.svetlanakim.com
Tony DeBlois was born weighing 1 lb., ¾ oz. But that was only the first obstacle that he had to overcome. Tony is also blind and autistic, with Savant Syndrome.
This 41-year-old pianist from Randolph, MA, who has been playing piano since age two, was the subject of a movie inspired by actual events in Tony’s life. “Journey of the Heart,” with Cybil Shepard, was a 1997 CBS made-for-TV movie of the week. Additionally, he has appeared on 2 Catholic Global Showcase Specials (2001) and The Learning Channel’s “Uncommon Genius,” Strange Science “Unusual People,” and “Understanding the Mysteries of Memory.”
Tony graduated magna cum laude from Berklee College of Music. In addition to piano and organ, he plays harmonica, guitar, harpsichord, English hand bells, violin, banjo, drums, saxophone, clarinet, ukulele, mandolin, flute and trumpet. His extensive repertoire includes jazz, classical, pop, rock and show tunes. Tony’s favorite phrase seems to be, “I haven’t learned that yet.” He is on Facebook and has a website, www.tonydeblois.com.