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Mind of Mansion Radio Episode 190: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion walks through his favorite free agent adds for week 11.
NEWS: It's time to drop Peyton Manning.
Danny Amendola is more Welker than Edelman and that is a good thing.
Brock Osweiler is not actually a great streaming option vs. Chicago.
John Elway is bad at drafting skill players.
Bill O'Brien needs to go back and watch some Jonathan Grimes week 17, 2013 game tape.
Did you know Ameer Abdullah has lost 1 fumble all year?
Jumping back on the Leonard Hankerson hype train.
Stashing Tre McBride and DeAndre Smelter in dynasty leagues.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
Write on the Edge is a blog talk radio show that features GLBTQ, BDSM, and Erotica authors, characters, and issues. An edgier, more adult, and taboo radio show, WOE is intended for an adult audience because of its saucy conversations and riskier subjects.
Belinda McBride is an award-winning, top selling author of erotic romance, speculative fiction and LGBTQ romance. She lives in far Northern California with her family and a pack of Siberian Huskies. A graduate of CSU Chico, she managed to attend the notorious party school without once getting drunk, arrested or appearing in a "Girls Gone Wild" video. Her main focus of study was classical and archival history, cultural anthropology and theatre arts. After several years in the workforce. Belinda purchased a laptop computer and from there, knew that her childhood dream of being an author would come to life. Belinda's books are available at all the typical distributors as well as on the publisher's homepages.
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Join Authors Wt Prater and Amanda C Stone as they host this edgy, woefully delicious talk held in the whispers of the night each Thursday at 10pm central. OH, THE WOE!
Write On the Edge is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.com They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
How does band size matter? To what extent is energy or drive written into the music? What’s the relationship between listening and leading? Today, we’ll trade fours with extraordinary Bassist Christian McBride whose low notes take him to high places. Join our conversation by calling, 347-989-8321, 11AM Eastern /8AM Pacific and “Get in on the rhythm.”
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The Drako Sports Impact Hour (7/29/15) with special guest host Chinny G
This week features guests Tim Hague and Darcy McBride
Covering the world of Combat Sports one week at a time!
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McBride, who has, remarkably, published 21 children’s books in the past 18 months. With Metta’s Bedtime Stories, will be on Real Hot Radio With Host Mark Pain Wilson discussing his works and his work he has put in with NBA star Ron Artest to help make a worldy change for the new generation. Dont Miss It this will be an exclusive interview
You’ve heard him on “The Voice.” Now get ready to hear the true voice of Geoff McBride as he takes a deeper, more expansive Journey To The Soul on his new independent full length recording.
After a memorable appearance on the hit television singing competition show, The Voice, industry veteran Geoff McBride is making a comeback with his latest inspirational smooth R&B album, Journey To The Soul.
Produced by renowned musician Trammell Starks, Journey To The Soul features lead single, “Love Is The Answer,” a signature, smooth, romantic song that McBride delivers as a solid taste for the rest of the album. Written by Todd Rundgren, “Love Is The Answer” is currently gaining consistent spins on urban jazz radio.
TV writer Gregg McBride joins Jim Paris Live to discuss his new book, Weightless. Gregg shares his weight loss journey, from growing up as a fat kid to reaching an adult weight of more than 450 pounds. What he did to lose more than 250 pounds, and how he kept it off. In the interview he shares how being overweight took a personal and emotional toll on him. Gregg offers practical advice on how to learn to eat less and consequently lose weight. This is not a fad diet, eat many of the foods you eat now - just eat less.
Brooke is a twenty-one year old, 2013 Carolina Music Award nominee and 4-time Charlotte Music Award nominee.Brooke has written or co-written nearly 150 songs. When only a senior in high school, she received the honor of being a winner of the Wolf Radio’s Moment of Greatness Contest with her original song “Keep it in Drive.” She was soon presented many opportunities to play outside the state including being selected after performing at the Charlotte Music Awards in 2012 to compete in the Texaco Country Showdown in South Carolina backed by the radio station Interstate 107FM, and also playing on the WDVX Blue Plate Special radio show in Knoxville, TN.A self-described “Gypsy soul that will always remember where home is,” Brooke packed her bags in January of 2013 and headed to Nashville, transferring to Belmont University as a Music Business major. Within the first year of being in Nashville she had been in a Brad Paisley CMA Promo commercial, a Darius Rucker GAC special, and a featured extra on ABC’s “Nashville.” Most recently, in Spring 2014, Brooke graduated Cum Laude from Belmont University.
Since the time Brooke arrived in Nashville, she has been working with producer, C Kim Shrum, recording her debut EP “Songs About Carolina.” “Songs About Carolina” features 5 original songs in which Brooke is the sole writer. Having played over a hundred venues over the past four years ranging from writers rounds, acoustic shows, full band shows, and award ceremonies, Brooke is only getting started with her touring, and is planning a summer/fall tour upon the release of “Songs About Carolina.”
Having been nominated for 2013 Country Female in the Carolina Music Awards Co-Founded by Roberta Flack and Randy Travis and supported by Darius Rucker, momentum and support behind Brooke McBride and her brand of country music should only increase.
Tavis Talks: Christian McBride. Virtuoso bassist Christian McBride tells Tavis Smiley about the round table discussion he's moderating on the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem.
Quote from McBride- "James Brown called me and said, "Mr. McBride, we got a problem." Christian McBride, on the time James Brown threatened to sue him.