• 00:29

    Dance, Music, and Entertainment in the Danish Days

    in Culture

    What was the music played and heard in the Danish days? Were there different styles of music? If so, how come.

    What about dance? Were there different styles?  If so, why? 

    What did residents do for entertainment?

    Share your comments or ask Dr. Richardson your questions. Just pick up your phone and call 347-237-4374.

  • 01:01

    Let's Dance Into The Future

    in Lifestyle

    Will the future happen if we focus on the things we don't like about today?  Does your focus along with effort and energy matter in the the overall picture of life?  

    Were you going to grow up and make something so awesome that you would get rich and you could bless your family and friends with wealth?   

    What are you up to now?  Let's Dance Into The Future!  It's a new week!

  • 00:32

    Pedii Talks Music ep. 26

    in Music

    Our twenty-sixth episode. We will have an interview along with songs from Pazij our featured artist!!! check out more songs from him at http://pazij.bandcamp.com/  and don't forget to like us on facebook to always know when to tune into the best music radio podcast in the DMV area.https://www.facebook.com/PediiTalksMusic

  • 00:33

    Music Broadcast

    in Entertainment

    Tonite nice little music broadcast of r&b and hiphop a little something just to kick of the earl morning

    So sit back and relax  All Phone line will be open to talk on the show so stop by

  • 01:01

    Luxley and Wildfire Dance music. Rain Perry: the death of a recording studio

    in Music

     New Orleans based, indie dance rock artist Ryan Gray, aka Luxley,is releasing his debut album and has recently joined the Bombay Bicycle Club and Milo Greene’s Fall 2014 North American Tour.  Luxley’s Spirit debut EP marks the return of co-producer and former Passion Pit member Ayad Al-Adhamy to the world of catchy, synth-pop hooks from his guitar driven, punk rock anthem slinging project Team Spirit and production of Black Bell Records. Justin Gerrish (Vampire Weekend, The Strokes) lends his ear as engineer and mixer, helping to draw out the indie, pop, and timeless dance synth-centric elements.

    After moving back home from  Nashville and a promising career in medicine, Luxley reconnected with the local NOLA scene and old friend (now manager and founder of Rude Fox Records) Sky McElroy, and began recording his new music. Luxley is currently on a North American tour through with the 2014 Mercury Prize Finalist Bombay Bicycle Club and cinematic pop quintet Milo Greene. But he is stopping by for a conversation with us at Music FridayLive!.

    Rain Perry is an award-winning songwriter. Her song “Beautiful Tree” was the theme for the CW Network’s Life Unexpected,  on which she also had the surreal pleasure of playing herself alongside Ben Lee and Sarah McLachlan. In addition to releasing four albums on her own Precipitous Records, Rain is the author of the autobiographical play Cinderblock Bookshelves: A Guide for Children of Fame-Obsessed Bohemian Nomads. She is currently producing the film, The Shopkeeper, about the demise of the independent recording studio. We will play her tunes and talk about the film this Friday.


  • 00:51

    Barbara Jo Stetzelberger - Dance Movement Therapy

    in Self Help

    Barbara Jo Stetzelberger is a Clinical Social Worker and a Board Certified Dance Movement Therapist with the American Dance Therapy Association. 

    She helps clients address challenging life transitions, trauma, depression, attachment wounds, and limiting physical conditions.

    Barbara Jo is the Artistic Director for New Art Kinnections, Kathy Dun Hamrick Dance Company’s outreach program. New Art Kinnections gives foster girls life-changing experiences of bonding and self worth through expressive joy of dance.

    Listen as Barbara Jo leads us through a movement exercise that gave me immediate relief. 






  • 00:52

    Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall With Scott Stamper

    in Current Events

    It's the show that's a "Whole Lotta Country, And A Little Bit Rock-N-Roll".  Every Thursday, Scott Stamper shows up at your house just in time for dinner hour to provide you with the best country, pop, rock, soul, and RNB that you can handle.  Sometimes you'll slow dance, sometimes you'll boogie, but you'll always want to move the coffee table and roll back the rug!  It's Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall, and it's open for business every Thursday night at 700PM, right here on RTME Entertainment Network.

  • 03:00

    Al Fink's Sunday 2/01/2015 4:30pm -7:30pm ET Local Live Music Talk Show

    in Entertainment

    Well today is the last day of football. We know you are busy with the SB.

    If you want something else to do, Al Fink has got you covered!

    We got a great schedule today! It's a short 3 hours. 4:30-7:30pm eastern.

    See our Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/BNCLive/events.

    Al Fink has you covered! Join me www.BNCLive.com .

    Or call me 347-637-1611 let's talk music. Tell me who you are for in the SB.

    Listen to or join the show call 347-637-1611. 4-10pm Mon-Sun.
    To listen to the show on the internet www.BNCLive.com
    Don't forget
    All Shows are Archived and Available FREE on www.BNCLive.com 24/7Just in case you want something else to do.

    If you are interested in sponsoring Live Local Music with BNCLive.com you can email me al@BNCLive.com .
    Keep Local Live Music Alive!
    It all starts local!

  • 00:20
  • 00:33

    Dance with Me!

    in Lifestyle

    Once again, I got more music for you to dance along. It may be the same songs, but you and I still got that dancing juice flowing. Are you ready to boogie with me


    in Music


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