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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.
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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.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Vocalion Records Lester McFarland & Robert A. Gardner
Lester McFarland & Robert A. Gardner WHEN I WAS SINGLE
The Bright Sherman Valley
The East Bound Train
Lay My Head Beneath the Rose
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Vocalion was founded in 1916 by the Aeolian Piano Company of New York City, which introduced a retail line of phonographs at the same time. The name was derived from one of their corporate divisions, the Vocalion Organ Co.
WHEN I WAS SINGLE
Vocalion 5122 / E3933
Lester McFarland & Robert A. Gardner The Bright Sherman Valley / the East Bound Train
A: The Bright Sherman Valley
Vocal Duet with Harmonica, Mandolin and Guitar
B: The East Bound Train
Vocal Duet with Mandolin and Guitar
AKA Mac & Bob, &as the Miller Brothers.
Lay My Head Beneath the Rose / Sweet Allalee
Chip near edge of the record
Manufactured By the Brunswick Balke Collender Company
Both are Vocal Duet with Harmonica, Mandolin and Guitar
A: Lay My Head Beneath the Rose
B: Sweet Allalee
Lester McFarland and Robert Gardner were heard on WLS from 1931 to 1950.
"Mac and Bob," our sweet harmony singers, are Lester McFarland and Robert Gardner,
With three Alberta Country Music Association Group of the Year nominations to their name, along with nominations for Fans' Choice, Song of the Year and Album of the Year, Alberta's DOMINO is on their way to even bigger success in country music.
Coming from various backgrounds in music, the group consists of:
Kent Nixon on lead guitar and vocals – One will most likely find Kent at rodeos, having bbq parties (mixes a mean martini) and spending time with family. He also has his sights on getting his pilot's license!
Luanne Carl on bass and vocals – When not songwriting and performing you can find Luanne watching horror movies or in the mountains, hiking and camping with family.
Scott McKnight drummer and vocals – Scott is an avid hockey player, loves to golf and travel. You might even catch him honing some guitar playing skills!
Russ Carl on guitar, mandolin and vocals – Russ enjoys reading, painting and a good round of golf as well as camping with the family. No soggy chips or warm beer for this guy!
Other singles they have released include; “One Day At A Time”, “In A Small Town” and the ACMA nominated song “All We Need Tonight”. A video for “One Day At A Time” from the album “Scrapbook” was recorded by the town’s local high school video & film students.
Domino has established a brand of their own that shines through on their forthcoming album called Ghost to be released in June 2015. It features the first single out at country radio now called One More Kiss.
While KaliSara is presenting at Heartland Pagan Festival this weekend, RevKess will be chatting with new Pagan musician Bran Cerddorion about his debut album, "Four Branches: Tales of the Mabinogi in Song"
Bran is a bard at heart, inspired by the realms in which myth, Nature, and dream come together. As a practitioner of Druidry and the Bardic arts, he focuses the creative flow of the Awen into writing songs that promote peace, a reverence for the world around us, and the stories we tell each other, but not without a touch of humor. He began playing music around 2007-08 when his brother taught him to play the mandolin, and together they wrote and played many a song. He shortly picked up the guitar as he developed an interest in the Paganism, Druidry, and Bardistry, and continues to craft his music in a Celtic-inspired folk tradition.
His upcoming freshman album, "Four Branches: Tales of the Mabinogi in Song," tells the tales of the Welsh Mabinogion, and is scheduled to be released in summer 2015.
Bran can be found on Facebook and his website.
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Short Show of Sunday Night Thoughts
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Shellac 10” 78 RPM
Capitol records Karl and Harty
Written by Karl Davis and Harty Taylor
Album 415 (1778) Vocal Duet with Guitar and Mandolin
That Pretty Little Face
Album 415 (1777) Vocal Duet with Guitar and Mandolin
Karl Victor Davis and Connecticut 'Harty' Taylor were both born in Mount Vernon, Kentucky in 1905. In 1929, Doc Hopkins enlisted Davis and Taylor for the Krazy Kats, a string band that featured folk songs and pop tunes in their repertoire. Following a year with WHAS in Louisville, Davis and Taylor moved to WLS in Chicago where they became part of the Cumberland Ridge Runners on the 'National Barn Dance' radio show. Davis and Taylor were originally known as the Renfro Valley Boys and they recorded under that name for Paramount in 1932. It was because of their radio work that they became known as Karl & Harty. In 1934 the team began recording for the American Record Corporation labels. I'm just here To Get My Baby out Of Jail was their first hit. Later hits were The Prisoner's Dream and Davis's song Kentucky which was covered by The Everly Brothers and The Osborne Brothers and others
Steps of Doe is the rootsy, LA-based Americana duo of Keena Batti and Molly Falck, who lead a full band replete with lush harmonies and electrified banjo, dulcimer and mandolin. Their music has a sense of humor while it echoes iconic 70’s-style artists like Led Zepplin and Fleetwood Mac, as well as current artists Sufjan Stevens and Elliot Smith. Their debut album,“On Returning” is due out March 24, 2014 on iTunes and the CD will be released at the Hotel Cafe on March 8..
Alternative Country duo Crimson Calamity, Lauren Harding and past Music FridayLive! guest Mallory Trunnell are no strangers to intricate songwriting and the bright lights of the stage on their own, but together, they deliver firecracker lyrics and glistening harmonies.Crimson Calamity was born from an initial songwriting experiment that turned out the hard hitting single, “Line ‘em Up and Shoot ‘em Down.” which became the catalyst that inspired them to take their collaborative style to the next level. Their debut EP, “All in the Cards” is built on country-rock with a little blues for color.
Rockin' guitars and a powerful feminine vocal fit like Denim & Lace. The band’s blend of traditional and hot country – class...ic, alternative and southern rock – packs the stage with Jim's drum kit; Jim’s Les Paul; Corky’s Fender Stratocaster and acoustic; Brad’s mandolin, keyboard, electric bass and stand-up bass; Susan’s acoustic guitar, traditional fiddle, piano, dobro and banjo. D&
Susan Cannon, acoustic guitar, piano, banjo, fiddle, vox
Brad Condra, bass guitar, piano, mandolin, vox
Jim Cook, lead guitar, vox
Corky Ash, lead guitar, vox
Jim Beshears, drums, vox
L covers tunes from Patsy Cline to Incubus. It’s all about the love of great live music. Camdenton, MO