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We have the divas of music: Barbara, Celine, Whitney, Mariah...but there will never be another singer like Pasty Cline. Patsy Cline (September 8, 1932 – March 5, 1963), born Virginia Patterson Hensley, was an American country music singer who enjoyed pop music crossover success during the era of the Nashville sound in the early 1960s. Since her death at age 30 in a 1963 plane crash at the height of her career, she has been considered one of the most influential, successful, revered, and acclaimed female vocalists of the 20th century. Cline was best known for her rich tone and emotionally expressive bold contralto voice which, along with her role as a mover and shaker in the country music industry, has been cited and praised as an inspiration by many vocalists of various music genres. The story of her life and career has been the subject of numerous books, movies, documentaries, articles and stage plays. Posthumously, millions of her albums have been sold over the past 46 years and she has been given numerous awards, which has given her an iconic status with some fans similar to that of legends Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. Only ten years after her death, she became the first female solo artist inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2002, she was voted by artists and members of the country music industry as number one on CMT's television special of the 40 Greatest Women of Country Music, and in 1999 she was voted number 11 on VH1's special The 100 Greatest Women in Rock and Roll by members and artists of the rock industry. According to her 1973 Country Music Hall of Fame plaque, "Her heritage of timeless recordings is testimony to her artistic capacity." Among those hits are "Walkin' After Midnight," "I Fall to Pieces," "She's Got You," "Crazy" and "Sweet Dreams."
Me again borrowing Saundra's blogtalk! Was in the mood to sing some country & found a bunch of Patsy Cline Karaoke tracks & desided that sounded fun.
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Thanks again to Saundra for loaning me her paypal & letting me use her pretty pictures during the show! If you like them you can purchace them thru her website www.wix.com/wyosammy/saundra-portfolio
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The sang different Generes , how different were they?
Let's end the controversy tonight!
Rockin' guitars and a powerful feminine vocal fit like Denim & Lace. The band’s blend of traditional and hot country – class...ic, alternative and southern rock – packs the stage with Jim's drum kit; Jim’s Les Paul; Corky’s Fender Stratocaster and acoustic; Brad’s mandolin, keyboard, electric bass and stand-up bass; Susan’s acoustic guitar, traditional fiddle, piano, dobro and banjo. D&
Susan Cannon, acoustic guitar, piano, banjo, fiddle, vox
Brad Condra, bass guitar, piano, mandolin, vox
Jim Cook, lead guitar, vox
Corky Ash, lead guitar, vox
Jim Beshears, drums, vox
L covers tunes from Patsy Cline to Incubus. It’s all about the love of great live music. Camdenton, MO
Josey Milner is part small town teen, part road-worthy country starlet, and starting at only 17 years old, she turned heads and changed hearts with her debut US single, “Not Pretty Enough.” The song thrust Josey into the country music spotlight, launching her anti-bullying campaign with Angels and Doves, earning her a 2013 Independent Country Music Award nomination for Promising Young Artist, a Top 10 Hottest New Artist designation, and a Number One single on the world’s first independent country music chart, Indie World. Now, 19 and a recent Magna Cum Laude high school graduate, this CMT.com Top 20 Artist has taken her initial successes to greater heights with “Cowgirls,” which reached #1 on New Music Weekly and Top 75 on Music Row!
Now, Josey is returning with a rocked-up homage to one of her all-time favorites, Patsy Cline. Josey’s sassy new version of the classic, “Walkin’ After Midnight” (MTS Records) stays true to her country roots, while bringing the instantly recognizable song into the 21st century. With twangy yet driving guitars and Josey’s confident swagger on the vocals, this fan favorite is sure to be a hit at radio and dance clubs, alike.
Wow another great show!!
Lisa Mitchell will be on board with us tonight to discuss not only her case but, several upcoming events that target and stand up to the evil practice of "Kidnapping For Dollars"
Lisa Mitchell is a mother that has spent time as a foster child herself, grew up, had children, only to have them taken away so the states could take federal dollars (Tax-Payer dollars) and balance their budgets. Lisa has had enough and is on the "War-Path"
Also, Wendy Green and/or Patsy Grant will call in and update us on their event that happened this morning in Buena Park, CA. "The Nancy Shaefer Memorial March"
Chart-topping teen country artist, Josey Milner has received two nominations in the 2015 Midwest Music Awards. The Kansas City-based singer is nominated for Best Country Artist and Song of the Year, for her single, "Cowgirls." It is the first country song to receive such a nomination.
Josey Milner is a 19-year-old Kansas City-based country music artist. She has performed at clubs, fairs and events with her own band and opening for artists like Scotty McCreery, Chris Cagle, Blackjack Billy, Jon Wolfe and others. A CMT.com Top 20 Most Popular Artist, she has been nominated for the Nashville Universe Awards, the Independent Country Music Association Awards, and the International Music and Entertainment Association Awards. Josey is an "Angel Ambassador" for national anti-bullying non-profit, Angels and Doves, as well as working closely with Shriner's Hospitals for Children and Piasecki MD. Her current release is a cover of Patsy Cline's classic, "Walkin' After Midnight."
Tuesday March 17th show we will focus on the SAE Scandal and fall out. We will also ask if the shooter in Ferguson is just a Patsy and part of a cover up? Will announce the Brothers Build challenge and details. Tune in at 6pm Central. To call in dial 347-826-9600 press option 1 to talk. To listen to the show click the link
Noon Saturdays, Eastern: "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
Today, we are continuing to listen in on Patsy Anderson as she gives us the 2nd workshop on "How to Get Sponsors for Your Radio, Business, Event, Cause, Group. Patsy is always full of ideas, and for those we do not hear, I took copious notes and will share them in an upcoming show. Thanks to all who were present as our LIVE audience! It was exciting.
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Earlier today Mary Schlesinger was on hand to talk about Metronome Therapy. If you thought metronomes were something only musicians use for practice, think again! Mary helps people with ADHD, PTSD, TBI and other neural challenges, by playing a metronome at a prescribed rate! That whole show can be accessed by going to: BlogTalkRadio.com/s/7352707. Our show at noon, described above can be listened to by your friends and business associates by going to: BlogTalkRadio.com/s/7435153
Douglas Cline, is a 34+-year veteran and student of the Fire Service serving as Assistant Chief of Operations with Horry County Fire Recue. Cline is a well-known international speaker presenting dynamic power packed programs on instructor development, officer development, rapid intervention team training and firefighter safety and survival.
Noon Saturdays, Eastern: "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
Today we have an awesome guest joining us! Mary Schlesinger, from Fairfax, VA, and an affiliate of the Amen Clinic, joins us to describe an unusual way to think about helping people with learning challenges, PTSD, autism, ADHD and other learning challenges. Believe it or not, the power of rhythm is primordial, it goes back to our beginnings as humans. Some think we used our voices and hands for our first rhythm instruments, singing, clapping, slapping hands on our laps, etc. Our bodies have internal rhythms of many kinds: our hearts beat normally at 1 beat per second. So I think it's natural that one can use that to make people feel better, and maybe more! Singing upbeat songs, even humming tunes can make us all feel better, right?
So let's hear Mary tell us more! We go live today at 9:30am, and repeat our broadcast at our normal time of noon. Please tune in!
Every Saturday,hear about the latest techniques for improving your own brain power at any age, from babies to centenarians!
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