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  • 01:30

    MERLE HAGGARD A COUNTRY LEGEND AND INDIE ARTIST

    in Indie Music

    Hear Merle Haggard's new Music right here on this show.

  • 00:55

    Merle Haggard with Classic hits

    in Music

    Hear Merle during his Capitol Record early Career Songs

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  • 00:35

    Whirl With Merle

    in Travel

    Jenny Undercofler is a leading force in contemporary music education, having served as the music director for the Kaufman Center's Special Music School since 2004. The Special Music School is the only public school in New York City that integrates pre-conservatory music education with academic studies, providing an unparalleled training environment for musically gifted children.


    Ms. Undercofler also co-founded and leads the youth ensemble Face the Music. In residence at the Kaufman Center, Face the Music breaks the boundaries of classical music education and performance, featuring today's music presented by the emerging artistic voices of tomorrow. The group burst onto the scene in 2005, performing works by such new-music mainstays as Michael Gordon, Phil Kline and John Adams.


    Her daughter,Amelia a 4th grader, plays the violin and viola as part of this progrsm. 

  • 00:32

    The Becky Bookamiliar Book Club -DanaPSpeaksNetwork-Talk Live Radio Show

    in Books

    The Becky Bookamiliar Book Club DanaP Speaks Network Talk Live Radio Show is Host Becky G., 2 little piece of heaven right here on earth. Thanks to God, DanaP., and all of the listener supporter for all you do to support and follow my desire to aspire to greatness.


    2 Samuel 13: 1-22


    Tamar Daughter of King David Her Name Means "Date Tree" or "Palm Tree"


    Tamar shared her father's, David's good looks. Young and innocent, she was naive to the danger that threatened from her own family. (Her Character)....That her half brother saw her only as an object for his lust, destroying her future as a result, and that her father, the king, did nothing to protect her. (Her Sorrow).....David's daughter Tamar was a knockout. No doubt she was destined for marriage tht would strengthen the king's political alliances. Though not under lock an key, she probably live a rather protecte life. But all the precautions in the world couldn't save her from the danger that threatened from David's inner circle.


    Amnon was David's heir. As the king's eldest son, he was used to getting his way. But lately he'd grown despondent. Something was bothering him, chasing away his slep, gnawing at his heart. One day, Jonadab, Amnon's cousin, asked him: "Why do you, the king's son look so haggard morning after morning? Won't you tell me?" Amnon confided in his friend, saying, "I'm in love with Tamar, my brother Absalom's sister. (Plan devised) "Go to bed and pretend to be ill," Jonadab shrewdly advised. "When your father comes to see you, say to him, "I would like my sister Tamar to come and give me something to eat. Let her prepare the food in my sight, so I may eat from her hand."


    Come and catch th BLAZE, dial (347)205-9535 at 11:00 pm/am EST...Be there!


     

  • 01:14

    Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with James Robert Webb

    in Country Music

    James Robert Webb is heads and shoulders above other country artists, and that isn’t just figurative either! At 6 foot 5 inches tall, the phrase holds true literally as well.


    With all that height, one would have expected Webb to be pursuing some sort of athletic career, but music had a greater calling on his life. Growing up in rural Oklahoma in a small town called Kellyville, Webb quickly started experimenting with music. At 7, he began to teach himself how to play piano. In his teens, he added guitar to his instrumental repertoire. He learned both instruments by ear, giving him the skills necessary to excel at jazz music later on, becoming an Oklahoma All-State Jazz pianist in high school. He also applied his ear training to other improvisational genres such as Western swing.


    In 2010, Webb began to pursue songwriting. Drawing inspiration from his favorite artists, including Garth Brooks, The Rolling Stones, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, B.B. King, Miranda Lambert, Vince Gill and more, Webb’s music gives a modern take on traditional country. He blends the best of the music genres to create a unique country flavor.


    "I listen to virtually every kind of music there is, but when it comes to country music, I am mostly moved by the traditional country music and honky tonk, as well as the vocal stylists. Garth Brooks, Ronnie Dunn, Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson, Vince Gill—these are the kinds of artists that I relate to the most. In my personal opinion, that’s what’s missing from country radio today—country music. Namely, fiddle and steel.”

  • 00:49

    Whirl With Merle

    in Travel

    We've certainly heard the phras, "It's to die for".  Perhaps you can say the same for Dave's Killer Bread.  The company had the best in bread.  Organic, lots of grains and no high fructose corn syrup.  Plenty of varieties to choose from.  Looks like an excuse to create sandwiches just to eat it.  Maybe man CAN live by bread alone. Gabrielle Enfield, Brand Manager at Dave’s Killer Bread will tell us all while I make a sandwich.


    Queens College's Women's Basketball team in Flushing, NY made it into the Eastern Conference of the NCAA but took a loss in the first round of playoffs.  Nevertheless, this team had a winning season with lots of Kudos including a nostalgic game against Immaculata at Madison Square Garden.


    Elizabeth Gully, Captain of the team, will give us a recap of the season and her experiences.

  • 00:40

    ITNS Radio Presents: The Doubleback Band!!!!

    in Music

    Presenting Southwest Washington's Country dance band, DOUBLEBACK. All of these musicians have come together and bring their many years of experience, talents, and love of music to a dance floor near you with a bunch of energy, top notch harmonies, smiles, and pure good old fashion fun! 

    We have too many influences to list, but here is a short list of them: We are big fans of the Bakersfield Sound, Texas swing, Honky Tonk, Blues and Classic Rock. Dwight Yoakam, Dale Watson, Alan Jackson, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, George Strait, Billy Currington, The Derailers, Mark Chesnutt, Wynn Stewart, Ricky Skaggs, Buck Owens & the Buckaroos, Hank Williams, Chris LeDoux, Bob Wills, Asleep At the Wheel, Allison Kraus, CCR, ZZ Top, Buddy Guy, and Eric Clapton, are some that have been inspirational.

  • 01:01

    Whirl With Merle

    in Travel

    When it comes to classical music composers, the names of men such as Bach and Mozart come to mind.  Are there any women who have done some compositions?  New York composer Debra Kaye has honed her craft collaborating with musicians of Manhattan's dynamic new music community.  Debra will talk about her debut album, AND SO IT BEGINS as will we feature a few of her pieces.


    Spencer Day will be featured at a show taking place in Queens, along with the Queens Symphony Orchestra. It will be an evening of Frank Sinatra.  That doens't mean he either looks or sounds like him.  We will hear about his jazz singing career. 

  • 00:58

    Rick Elliot Outlaw Country Singer/Songwriter, West of the Rockies

    in Country Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcome's Rick Elliot, a Rebel with a Country Music Cause....



    rickelliotmusic.com


    Embarking on his journey of preserving the Outlaw Country crusade, Rick Elliot spent much of 2014 touring his upbeat country sound starting with the wild west of California. Armed with a fifth of whiskey and a deep mature voice far beyond his years, Rick stuns audiences from the very start. His numerous musical heroes and inspiration is derived from many of the country greats, including Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard ad Waylon Jennings.

  • 00:38

    Outlaw Cody Joe Hodges Joins Us On ITNS Radio!!!

    in Music

    Cody Joe started playing music at an early age, but it wasn’t until his senior year in high school that he became serious about his art. Impassioned by such country greats as George Strait, Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings, Cody Joe wrote his first song, “Daddy’s Dream”, his freshman year in the dorms at Texas A&M University.


    Cody Joe is a traditionalist in the sense that he loves the sound of traditional country; with a steel guitar, fiddle and good, old-fashioned story-telling songs, the way country music was when he was growing up. As a true Texan, he grew up idolizing George Strait and aspires to the lifelong career he has had in the music industry. 


    Cody Joe Hodges’s music has been described as “outlaw country”, with a large influence of the country greats and performers who started the genre in the late 70’s and 80’s. Cody Joe’s voice ranges from silky smooth to raspy seduction. A Cody Joe Hodges live performance is one you will not forget. He and his band always thrill, putting on a high-energy performance at every show. It is rare that you will find someone that reaches across the aisle to both the old and new generations, but Cody Joe Hodges does it every time. With a steel guitar, fiddle, stand-up bass, guitar and drums, Cody Joe’s sound is something out of the past. Be prepared to dance because his goal for every show is to fill the dance floor.


    Cody Joe tries to put a positive message in every song. There is a lot of negative in this world, and when people listen to music, whether it is to escape or to be entertained, his goal is to put a grin on your face or a smile in your heart.


    While Cody Joe and his band currently play a lot of bars and honky tonks, they love playing fairs, festivals and concerts where they can reach out to all ages and play for folks they wouldn’t normally reach in the bar and honky tonk scene.