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We're Baaaaaack! Join us for a night of music and mayhem as we play some of our favorite songs from musicals from stage and cinema! Annie, Sweeny Todd, Phantom of the Opera and so much more! A macabre evening of twisted melodies that are perfect for that pre-Valentines Day fix! So get ready for another fun filled episode of The Phantom Zone Radio Show with The Lord of Lunacy, Jay Luna and of course, The Mistress of Meow, Nikki Meow!
Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith, and Alex on That Nerd Show as we talk about The best music movies that are not musicals. We will be talking about our favorite music movies where the music serves as a character and helps make the movie other than musicals. Listen to That Nerd Show at 10pm cst @ thatnerdshow.com
Turn It Up Tuesdays hosted by Magi Love, the spot to get connected with aspiring individuals coast to coast. Playing some of the best unsigned, independent recording artists and interviewing individuals from all walks of art.
Tuesday's guest: David Camden
David Camden is an American singer/songwriter and actor with a stirring voice and an unconventional story. Much like his life, his music is an eclectic blend of the past and present: Disco, R&B, Soul, and Retro with modern Pop undertones. His relaxed, conversational style is approachable, unjaded and instantly relatable.
Born David Camden Mueller, he grew up a pastor’s son in the small town of Greenville, IL and was always surrounded by music. His father was a music major and his mother was a singer, and around the holidays the family would all gather around the piano and sing. While he never felt like he fit into the rural setting, he could often be found singing in church and performing in school musicals. He picked up both piano and trumpet at an early age and was involved in every school music group that he could join, including choir, band, and jazz band. Camden attended Evangel University where he earned a Bachelor of Music with an emphasis in voice. During his time at college, he faced one of the most difficult setbacks of his life: losing his voice for almost 12 months. Being unable to sing was incredibly challenging, but with prayer and the guidance of his voice teachers, he eventually came out the other side.
To learn more about David Camden or questions, call 347-826-7536 at 10e/9c.
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Paid Actor and host, Trena Bolden Fields, welcomes Kristoffer Diaz to the show.
Kristoffer Diaz is a playwright and educator living and working in Brooklyn. Full-length titles include The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, Welcome to Arroyo’s, The Upstairs Concierge, and The Unfortunates. Awards: 2011 New York Times Outstanding Playwright Award; finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; winner, 2011 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play; winner, 2011 OBIE Award, Best New American Play; and the inaugural Gail Merrifield Papp Fellowship from The Public Theater (2011). His work has been produced, commissioned, and developed at The Public Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Geffen Playhouse, Center Theatre Group, The Goodman, Second Stage, Victory Gardens, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, American Theater Company, The Atlantic, InterAct, Mixed Blood, The Orchard Project, Hip-Hop Theater Festival, The Lark, Summer Play Festival, Donmar Warehouse, and South Coast Repertory, among many others.
He has written short work for the 24 Hour Musicals and the 24 Hour Plays on Broadway. Kristoffer was one of the creators of Brink!, the apprentice anthology show at the 2009 Humana Festival of New American Plays. He is a playwright-in-residence at Teatro Vista; a resident playwright at New Dramatists; a co-founder of the Unit Collective (Minneapolis); the creator of the #freescenes project; and a recipient of the Jerome Fellowship, the Future Aesthetics Artist Regrant and the Van Lier Fellowship (New Dramatists). Kristoffer holds a BA from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, an MFA from NYU’s Department of Dramatic Writing, and an MFA from Brooklyn College’s Performing Arts Management program.
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#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Singer/Songwriter: Marni Ali
Marnet "Marni" Ali, was born and raised in the Atlantic City, New Jersey Area. Marni discovered her talent abilities around the age of six. She participated in dance, drama, gymnastics, cheerleading & various other activities. Out of all of her talents and hobbies she loved singing the most. She discovered her singing talent while singing around the house and it became her undeniable passion. She performed in local plays and musicals. In her teen yrs. she became very rebellious and chose to live a lifestyle of sex, drugs & murder. She started dating Atlantic City's Kingpin Midgett Molley in 1988/89. She had a wake up call in 1989 when she got into a serious car accident and miraculously survived. Shortly after Midgett Molley was taken into custody & sentenced to 20 yrs. in prison. By 1991 she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior. Still interested in pursuing her passion to sing and becoming a recording artist she jumped from singing group to singing group and finally ended up with a singing partner. They became an urban R&B singing duo. They signed under "Darkchild Productions" with Freddie and Rodney Jerkins. In 1996 Rodney named the duo the "Shortiz" and they signed an exclusive recording contract with "Def Jam Records NYC". Shortly after that Marni received news that she had a celebrity sister, Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas of the Grammy winning group "TLC". Marni & Chilli appeared on the "Sally Jesse Raphael Show" in 1996. In 1998 due to artistic differences the recording contract with Darkchild/Def Jam Records was mutually dissolved.
Join us as we welcome author and mystery fan Joyce Strand.
Joyce will be discussing her newest book in the series, titled "Hill Top Sunset-A Brynn Bancroft Mystery."
The book is about Brynn Bancroft who is a financial guru who is in tranit to winemaker from corporate executive.
A mystery set in wine country pitting financial exec Brynn Bancroft against a determined stalker, a troubled love interest, and career clashes.
Brynn Bancroft learns that a former employee who beat her nearly to death has returned to stalk her and her friend, Jillian Hillcrest, also a former victim. Recently divorced, Brynn turns to a new love interest only to encounter additional unwelcome issues. Meanwhile, short-timer Brynn, who has resigned from her Silicon Valley company, becomes bored fulfilling her remaining responsibilities there. She begins to prefer supporting the launch of her ex-husband’s new hilltop winery while waiting to move to her next position. Between her stalker and her new love interest, Brynn faces a series of life-threatening events.
About Author Joyce Strand:
Strand lives with her two cats and collection of cow statuary in Southern California, and seeks out and attends as many Broadway musicals and other stage plays as she can get to.
Strand received her Ph.D. from the George Washington University, Washington, D.C. and BA from Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA.
Tune in as we welcome author Joyce T Strand and her new book, "Hill Top Sunset: A Brynn Bancroft Mystery."
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On Wewdnesday night 11/12/14 Some Good Craic will be celebrating its 100th Episode with a tribute to Black 47 .
Black 47 plays their final show on November 15th at BB Kings in Times Square after 25 years of entertaining the world.
and on this 100th episode Larry Kirwan will be calling in to the show. I'll be chatting with Larry and playing Black 47 tunes all night long. It'll be a 3 hour show with Jonny Ra calling in as well.
Larry Kirwan is the leader, singer/guitarist and composer for the Irish-American rock band Black 47. Black 47 has released thirteen CDs for both major and independent labels. The band has appeared on Leno, Letterman and O’Brien and been profiled in most major magazines and newspapers in the US.
He has written twelve plays and musicals, five of which are collected in the book Mad Angels. Liverpool Fantasy, his best known play, has been produced Off-Broadway and at the Dublin Theatre Festival.
He has also written a novel version of Liverpool Fantasy (translated into Japanese, Spanish and Greek), and a memoir Green Suede Shoes. Rockin’ The Bronx, his latest novel, was recently published in the US and UK.
Kirwan hosts and produces Celtic Crush for SiriusXM Satellite Radio and writes a weekly column for the Irish Echo. A political activist, he has long been involved in Irish and American causes.
His dramatic musical, Hard Times, with re-imagined versions of Stephen Foster songs, was the critical hit of the 2012 First Irish Theatre Festival and will re-open in the fall of 2013.
Jordan Burton “Young Oceans”, was born in St. Louis, Missouri on February 1st 1994. He was enrolled into performance art and magnet schools from adolescence, so making music has always been in his life. At the age of 17, after many musicals and plays, Jordan decided he would pursue a rap career. Since this epiphany Jordan has recorded a full length album entitled, NoDazeOff, and many other tracks with Solo Music Productions. Oceans has opened up for Logic, C dot Castro, Juicy J and Common. He is in the process of getting visuals shot for his upcoming EP’s, Baptizeee and the Blackside. Oceans has a vast fan base being that he was born and raised in St. Louis, but has lived in the DMV area for the past 7 years. He has performed at various events throughout the DMV area, including, University of Maryland and Towson University. In 2015 besides his own releases, Oceans looks forward to spearheading the 20NVR movement, whether it be producing tracks, promotions, or making music himself.
Seniors Speak is a regular Teen Talk feature that gives our senior hosts the opportunity to talk about anything on their minds. In this episode, Robert, Jess, and Sara discuss the college application process, SATs and ACTs, school plays and musicals, and early preparation for prom season.
Three-time Tony Awards winner Hinton Battle is recognized as one of Broadway’s most respected musical stars. He began his career on stage at the age of 15, as the Scarecrow in the Broadway production of The Wiz.
He has since gone on to build an impressive portfolio of work, dazzling audiences across the country and around the world for over three decades, starring in some of the most memorable musicals ever, including Dancin, Dreamgirls, Sophisticated Ladies, Chicago (Billy Flynn), Ragtime (Coalhouse Walker Jr.), Miss Saigon and The Tap Dance Kid.
He is the recipient of numerous awards honoring his versatility as an entertainer, among them the NAACP Image Awards, Midtown International Theatre Festival Award, Fred Astaire Awards, Ira Aldridge Awards, the Choreographer Media Honors, Planet Connection Award, the 2012 Champion of the Arts Award from Big Boi’s“Antwan Patten” Big Kidz Foundation, and the Amas 2014 Rosie Award for lifetime achievement in recognition of extraordinary accomplishment in theatrical arts. Hinton has easily crossed from stage to television and film.
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#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Singer/Actress: MONIFAH
R&B diva Monifah grew up in Spanish Harlem in the midst of a musical family, who encouraged her to work in several musicals while at an early age. With the experience she gained singing, Monifah signed a contract with MCA and released her self-titled album in 1995. The following year, her single "I Miss You (Come Back Home)" became an R&B hit. Her second album, Moods...Moments, was released on MCA's Uptown subsidiary in May 1996. The Top Ten single "Touch It" made 1998's Mo'hogany her biggest album hit, and two years later she followed with Home.
Her new single "One Moment" is available on iTunes NOW!!!