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  • 01:00

    Part 2 with MeChale Fisher- Gilmore

    in Religion

    Join Pastor La Russia Cain as she interview MeChale Fisher- Gilmore, Authoress of Stronger Than The Day Before Fining Peace In My Mental Illness.
    MeChale was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Seven institutionalizations later, she has come to grips with the stigma of mental illness. She believes mental illness is not the end all, but the beginning of a new life lived differently. MeChale is on a mission to spread her message, "There is no shortcut to bipolar disorder, yet with God all things are possible. 
    For more information about MeChale or her book go to www.faithfilledjourney.com or facebook.com/mechalefishergilmore
    For more information about Pastor La Russia Cain go to www.larussiacainministries.org  facebook.com/livingoutloudradiobroadcast  facebook.com/larussiacainministries  twitter.com/Chatloud or email livingoutloud41@gmail.com

  • 01:30

    MBS Food: Healing through Music with Lea Gilmore

    in Music

    Tune in for a special show in which an international blues, gospel, and jazz singing civic activist shares how she helps heal through song, as well as gives us a taste of her beautiful music.

    Lea Gilmore has lent her voice, literally and figuratively, to advocacy for the underserved of the world and made a huge difference.A graduate of Morgan State University, Gilmore is a highly sought after lecturer who frequently speaks on  the history of African American music; civil and human rights; and women’s rights, in addition to their historical and contemporary roles in blues and gospel music.

    Lea is a multi award winning  classically trained pianist and a Blues, gospel, folk and jazz singer who has
    appeared in over 45 musical and dramatic theater productions.Lea has shared her voice and given workshops to enthralled audiences across Siberia.  She has lent her voice to support the cause of ridding third world countries in Africa of leprosy and TB by headlining Gospel concerts in Europe, while maintaining a vast career as an international blues and jazz performer. Over 300,000 have attended Lea's concerts in Belgium alone. Lea has recorded two acclaimed Gospel recordings and two acclaimed Blues CDs. She has also been a guest artist on several CDs.   

    Lea has lectured and presented concerts focusing on African-American music in Switzerland and France. She partners with Center Stage Theatre in Kilmarnock, Scotland (NGO) for Umoja Musica and Umoja Gaelica, a cultural exchange to promote peace and justice; and to give the gift of music to the underserved of the world. Lea has served on a number of cultural and civil rights boards. In 2005 she was chosen and featured in ESSENCE Magazine as one of 25 Women Shaping the World.

  • 00:30

    Interview with Genevieve Fisher

    in Country Music

    With 4 top 50 hit songs already to her credit, Ontario's Genevieve Fisher continues to expand her influence on the Canadian Country music scene. Her performance at the 2012 CCMA New Artist Showcase in Saskatoon left an impression on all who were in attendance and helped her take another big step in the right direction. This was followed by Female Artist of the Year nominations at the 2013 and 2015 Country Music Association of Ontario Awards. And now she is nominated once again for Female Artist of the Year at the 2016 CMAO awards. Check out this great organization at www.cmaontario.ca 

    When not performing at some of Canada’s largest Country music festivals, Genevieve finds herself collaborating with some of the brightest songwriters on both sides of the border. She has already shared writing credits with Jason Blaine, Steven Lee Olsen, Patricia Conroy, Jason Massey, Jennifer Schott and many more. If it is true that you can judge a person from the company they keep, Genevieve is poised to make her mark on the Canadian music scene.

    Tune in for my chat with Genevieve and hear two of her latest songs!

  • 01:01

    Host to Host! Ghost to Ghost! Spirit Posse Radio welcomes Gary Fisher!

    in Paranormal

    Gary became interested in the paranormal when he had an experience with a shadow person in his kitchen at 11 years old. Since then  he was curious, even though it wasn't widely accepted. He then became a fan of paranormal TV shows when Ghost Hunters started to air. While stationed in Mississippi, Gary decided to join a local paranormal group called the Mystic Mississippi Paranormal Society, where he was an investigator/tech manager for 3 years with a 6 month deployment to the Middle East (Technical Sergeant United States Air Force, 13 years active duty).While in active duty, he experienced some paranormal activity at his military base.  

    In 2012, he was transferred to South Korea where he formed his own group called Osan Paranormal Investigations.  The group closed winter of 2012 when he was stationed in Tampa, Florida. He later joined the Paranormal Research Society of Florida or P.R.O.O.F., where he's been ever since.  

    He currently holds the dual title of Senior Case Manager/Senior Investigator with P.R.O.O.F.  He is also involved in a side project called Astral Realm Paranormal Society with Jon McCoy as the Case Manager.  He's been part of paranormal investigations all over the globe and is now the host of Unlocking the Unknown Radio where he interviews people from all parts of the paranormal field and discusses all types of paranormal phenomenon including Ghosts, Cryptids, and UFO’s.  

  • 00:31

    Jesus wants you to be a fisher of men!

    in Christianity

    Jesus wants you to be a fisher of men!

    Nevertheless, lest we offend them, go to the sea, cast in a hook, and take the fish that comes up first. And when you have opened its mouth, you will find a piece of money; take that and give it to them for Me and you. Matthew 17:27NKJV

  • 00:55

    Vision: An Artist's Perspective on The Authentic Woman with Shannon Fisher

    in Art

    In this turbulent time of political changes, UniteWomen.org and Gutfreund Cornett Art have collaborated to create a nationally juried art show that will enable female artists to effect positive social change through art. The show will address major social and political themes, with artists defining a positive vision for themselves, their families, their communities, our nation, and the world at large.

    There is an open call for submissions for Vision: An Artist's Perspective for all self-identified female artists. The deadline for submissions is 4/22/16. In this interview, Karen Teegarden, Karen Gutfreund, and Sherri Cornett talk to Shannon about the theme of the art show, as well as the selection process. The final physical gallery showing will be held at the Kaleid Gallery in downtown San Jose, CA July 5 - 29, and the online gallery will be permanently displayed.

    The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show hosted by women's rights leader, Shannon Fisher, offering perspectives on the female experience in America. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities, and community leaders. Shannon Fisher on the web: Facebook - Twitter -  Links to Previous Episodes of The Authentic Woman. This podcast is copyrighted and solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.

  • 00:46

    PhillyPhanatics.com's Philly Sports Talk

    in Sports

    We'll evaluate Carson Wentz, Isaac Seumalo, the Eagles' later-round draft picks and the NFL Draft as a whole during PhillyPhanatics.com's Philly Sports Talk. The Phillies' surprisingly successful April and the Flyers' offseason challenges also will be topics. If time, the NBA and NHL playoffs may also be discussed. Join the discussion or ask a question for draft expert Gordon Glantz, Josh Landsburg, Ron Opher and host Eric Fisher during the live show by calling 1-805-727-7014. 

  • 00:45

    The Decoding Society

    in Politics

    Prince the Rebel Against the Music Industry Machine and activism for musicians' rights. 1:30p EST With Brian Gilmore

  • 00:29

    MLB Talk Radio and Standings brought to you by ESPN Commentator

    in Football

     On break right now Call in at (516) 666-9498 and we will pick up for there. for any questions or ideas or things you found out or just to talk about MLB season. Bringing you the coverage of games going on or games going to happen. We will also be talking about our postseason predictions. All this will be done by new recently hired ESPN Commentater Korey Fisher. Test his knowledge about the season right now and he will be letting you know whats going on and soon to be games also will be talking about the standings.

  • 00:14

    Knuckles O'Toole & His Honky Tonk Piano & Orch. ‎– Honky Tonk Piano

    in Country Music

    Forgotten Music on Records   S3productions


    Knuckles O'Toole & His Honky Tonk Piano & Orch. ‎– Honky Tonk Piano





    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Knuckles O'Toole & His Honky Tonk Piano & Orch. ‎– Honky Tonk Piano


    Manufactured By – Waldorf Record Corp.

    Format: Vinyl, LP, 10", Mono 

    Released: 1955

    Genre: Jazz

    Style: Ragtime, Honky Tonk



    B2A Peg O' My Heart

    Written-By – A. Bryan, F. Fisher

    B2B Shine on Harvest Moon


    B3A Harrigan

    Written-By – G.M. Cohan

    B3B You’re A Grand Old Flag

    Written-By – G.M. Cohan

    B3C Yankee Doodle Boy

    Written-By – G.M. Cohan


    B4 Paper Doll

    Written-By – J. Black

    Artwork – Tracy Sugarman

    The above track listing is different from the label. The above is correct based on actual play of record. For comparison, view the center labels in the image section.


    Knuckles O'Toole This pseudonym was used by various artist. The First "Knuckles O'Toole" recordings, done in Honky Tonk style, were performed by Billy Rowland. Due to its popularity, many others were made, some of them by Dick Hyman.

  • 00:31

    Week 4, 2016: Bye Bye Berti

    in Sports

    Has Ben Wagner caught up on his sleep? Did Bob Lipman try to jinx Trenton's no-hitter? Is Jesse Goldberg-Strassler surviving the rigors of a Passover diet? We're talking Lansing, Dunedin, New Hampshire and Buffalo, from the emergence of a new top pitching trio in Single-A, to Brad Allen, Adonys Cardona and Tim Mayza combining on a gem in A-Advanced, to Jon Berti's three-run homer capping off a heck of a comeback in Double-A, to a heck of a pitching matchup tonight in Triple-A. Join the voices of the Blue Jays’ affiliates for the latest insights and observations!

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