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Welcome to the Moiko Records International Family of Artists, Fans & Friends. Join Hosts SirHunyBuny & Crystal Cartier (Author/Artist/SocialActivist) as we Fellowship with Multi-Genre Music & Chat. Got a topic to discuss? Call in. Got (clean) music you want played? Send mp3s to firstname.lastname@example.org w/HitorMiss Submission in the Subject Line and a brief Bio. Join our Artist Community at www.moikorecords.com Music available at iTunes, Amazon.com, etc
Rattle and Hum Sports Live Dallas Cowboys vs Washington Redskins Postgame Show
Hosted by Bryan Houston with guest Matthew Postins
RattleandHumSports.com host Bryan Houston is joined by Dallas Cowboys writer Matthew Postins to recap the Cowboys win over the Redskins.
DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant set team records in the Cowboys 12th win of the season.
Who will the Cowboys face in the opening round of the playoffs? Can this team compete for a Super Bowl?
Join Bryan and Matthew LIVE at 7:00 PM CST to duscuss
No Limit Forever Records recording artist Flamez is blazing speaker boxes and street blocks nationwide with his Jahlil Beats produced “40 On My Hip”. Being down with the Master P and Romeo Miller imprint for quite some time now, the Philadelphia native is poised to solidify his latest solo single and as one half of the rap duo Afficial. Stay tuned to GYBU for new music from Flamez as it drops. In 2000, Afficial signed w/ Master P & No Limit, .Afficial appeared on over 10albums & 30 songs. Also performed with Master P,Silkk,& lil Romeo.
Playing music straight from the underground.Rap/HipHop, Reggae/Dancehall. Get your vibes up before hitting the club, or your favorite late hour spot. From hood to hood, city to city,state to state.
Episode #296: Exclusive! Voices of Global Freedom Radio Hosts Yoda and Backpack interview Bethany Blankley, a political analyst for Fox News Radio and various television news programs. She writes regular columns for The Washington Times (Axis Mundi) and Patheos (Hedgerow). Her columns are regularly published by other news outlets including Western Journalism, Townhall, The Christian Post, and others.
Bethany previously worked with four Senators, one Congressman, a former New York State governor, a former MP in London, and for several non-profits. She earned her MA in Theology from New College at The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and her BA in Political Science from the University of Maryland. She is a past fellow of the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal and L’Abri Fellowship. http://bethanyblankley.com/about/
Call in: Speak your mind, ask questions, and make comments: (646) 652-4667
When: 4:00 PM (Pacific) on Saturday, December 27th, 2014.
The show will be available in archives on http://www.magnifiedview.com and http://www.globalfreedomradio.com
Jamaican Diva Barbara Jones Dies at the Age of 62
Jamaican Diva Barbara Jones died last Friday at the age of 62 in Kingston Jamaica. Her soul influenced reggae ballads propelled her to popularity in the seventies along with Judy Mowatt and Pam Hall.
Jones was born Barbara Nation in Kingston but grew up in Manchester, a rural parish located in central Jamaica. She began her musical career cutting a cover of American country singer Sue Thompson’s Sad Movies with the Soul Syndicate Band for Randy’s Records.
Most of her popular songs included, Evie Sands’ Angel in The Morning and Walk through This World with Me, originally done by Englebert Humperdinck and Dream Lover.
Jones toured with Jimmy Cliff as a backup singer, before giving up secular music in the early 1980s. She became a Christian and eventually recorded four gospel albums.
In May, Jones returned to her reggae roots by doing two shows in Brazil along with bassist/singer Lloyd Parks. They did shows in the cities of Teresina and Belem. Jones was shocked she had fans in Brazil, a vibrant market for so-called vintage reggae.
“I didn’t know my songs were so popular there. People always told me, I should go to Brazil as they love me there,” she told the Jamaica Observer during an interview after her return.
Barbara Jones is survived by her husband, three children and three grandchildren. The thanksgiving service for her life is scheduled for the Gregory Park Baptist Church on January 10. R.I.P Jamaican Diva Barbara Jones.http://jamaicandivas.com/tag/barbara-jones/
Join Marie to discuss books, e-publishing, indie authors, independent best selling books, magazines, Second Life events and share original music and writing. What's on your reading list? What's your favorite book? Do you have a favorite author you can't get enough of? We welcome calls from listeners and want to hear from you. If you enjoy the segment, follow the show to get notices.
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Melissa Ferrick is an indie singer songwriter from Boston MA. She has released 17 albums over the last 20 years. She is currently working on a new EP to be released on he own label, Right On Records, she is re-launching utilizing a new on line platform engaging her ever expanding fan's involvement. On December 26 and 27, she'll perform at Club Passim in Cambeidge.
About Club Passim
The mission of Passim is to provide truly exceptional and interactive live musical experiences for both performers and audiences, to nurture artists at all stages of their career, and to build a vibrant music community. We do so through our legendary listening venue, music school, artist grants and outreach programs.
Gift of Gab Records Radio show - Bump it! or Dump it! is a show that caters to the underground, undiscovered artists in the U.S. and abroad. All songs played will be listened to and voted on by the public, giving the artist the opportunity to hear what the world is feeling about their artistry. All submissions should be sent to email@example.com at least 48 hours prior to the airing of the show. For further info. please contact Bigga @ 2164960242 or email us. We are also available on reverbnation.com/giftofgabrecords. Download your copy of our music today. Thanks for the love and support of Indie artistry. And dont forget to Google: Gift of Gab Records & Bigga Black...
Cheryl Dyrithe Barnes is a Cleveland native living in Southern California. She is a classically trained jazz singer with remarkable depth, range and technique. Beloved around the world as a captivating live performer, Cheryl shied away from making records for nearly a decade. Cheryl Barnes harbors fond memories of music’s presence throughout her early life. “My father, Calvert Barnes, played music 24 hours a day in the house from his collection of old 78s and LPs – all the big bands, all the singers, all the jazz. Then on the radio he enjoyed the rich beautiful melodies of Mantovani and the 101 strings. No rock n’ roll allowed in the house!” Raised Catholic, Cheryl – unlike many Black singers - did not grow up in gospel yet sought and loved that and ALL music just the same. In 2014, Ms. Barnes returns with her fourth and finest album Listen to This, produced by Rahn Coleman and featuring her husband Phil Cabasso on piano, saxophonists Rickey Woodard and Pete Christlieb, pianists John Hammond and Joel Scott, and trumpeter Nolan Shaheed. Ms. Barnes is the quintessential performer, wowing audiences worldwide with her unerring sense for creating and sustaining a musical and personal rapport, be it within intimate club settings or commanding concert stages. The lady has shared the stage with Quincy Jones, Wynton Marsalis, Lou Rawls, J.J. Johnson and Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.
Our Blogtalk radio family has worked together to create two pieces of legislation, one concerning Police and the other concerning Prisons. Today Congressman Danny Davis of the 7th District will listen to these suggestions and guide us through the process of how these ideas can be presented to Congress made into laws. The proposed legislation is as follows:
Prisons: 1) Remove the objective to keep these as profit making ventures. Change the objective to one of eventually closing them all, "going out of business." 2) Make the objective to restore to wholeness those who have committed offenses against others, not punishment or vengeance for their crime. 3) Release everyone who is not jailed for a violent offence. 4) Release everyone incarcerated for drug trafficking or using drugs in which no weapons or acts of violence were involved. 5) Allow those who are in jail because they cannot pay a bond to be immediately released, if jailed for a non-violent offense. 6) Provide psychological evaluations and counseling services for violent offenders serving time in prison. 7) Provide education for those incarcerated, if they do not have a high school diploma. 8) Provide vocational training for those who are inside, preparing them for when they will be released. 9) Allow those serving long time or life sentences to serve the community by talking to errant youth in a "scared straight" program. 10) Expunge all records after the person has served time and been released, and do not require any reference or admission of committing a felony on an job applications.