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Native of Cordoba, Argentina, singer-songwriter ANITA ROBLES (who is affectionately known as "Ana" to her friends) has been performing a variety of styles and rhythms for over 20 years in Spanish, English and Portuguese. Ana started singing and playing guitar before she became a teenager, abandoned a career in law, graduated from Opera School in Cordoba and worked recording jingles and background vocals in her home town.
Ana moved from Los Angeles to Miami, Florida, where she started performing with her Latin Jazz Band at the Cardozo Hotel on Miami Beach and other venues owned by Estefan
Ana is presently developing a program of Music Healing that involves special performances and sound energy treatments for all kinds of body-mind unbalances. She has participated in many studies of music therapy and her new CD “the HEALING ABC’s” will include meditation music as well as inspirational originals.
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Featuring Host Martin Campbell and Co-Host Ron Mayer
Martin Campbell is an author and business executive who is dedicated to helping people improve their lives by assisting them in finding out who they are and who they want to be. From being a councillor to writing about bringing understanding, unity and joy into people’s lives, his focus has always been on people’s core needs. As a dedicated supporter of individual spirituality, Martin believes humanity’s last major hurdle is in achieving individual empowerment and freedom. He knows first-hand that expanding human or individual spiritually is not always easy, nor accepted - no matter who you are. He firmly believes it is through our love and individual paths, that together we will propel humanity to its greatest heights. Yet he recognizes that it has been his life’s traumatic events, which provided him with the opportunity to grow stronger. Martin is grateful for all that has occurred. His joys and sorrows have made him who he is today. He says for that - he is truly thankful.
Ron Mayer has always been a Spiritual Seeker, or as his elder, Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha puts it, “A Spiritual Archeologist.” He has an interest in ALL things spiritual as well as a love of art and music, and plays the piano and guitar. He loves to “watch people.”
Ron has come to the realization that self-development is never complete or a finished process, and when our journey of self-discovery begins, it is a forever endeavor from the heart.
Expect him to bringing fresh, new and at times controversial ideas about Spiritual Ascension, the science and spirituality of the art of bio-regenesis.
Welcome To Grilliant Ideas Radio! It's All About Food, Fun and Friends with Some Entertainment and Lots Of Laughs Thrown In!
Big Earl and the Cryin' Shame is a West Coast blues band from Modesto, California. Eli Lester and Jason Finley share guitar duties. The rhythm section is Randall Niemann on bass and Ian Stambaugh on drums. The group is fronted by "Big Earl" Matthews who belts out the blues. Big Earl and the Cryin' Shame has built their music on a sturdy foundation of 50's Chicago style blues infused with infectious funk rhythms, this unique blend of classic styles has been filling dance floors since 2007. The boys independently released their first CD, "Low Cash Blues", in October, 2011
Steve Armstrong & The 25 Cent Beer Band have made a lot of progress in a short time. After winning the Michigan Idol Competition in 2007 Armstrong put together a powerful lineup of top notch muscians with expertise in different generas. People soon began to take note. The band won it's first Music Award in 2009. The Review Magazine Fans voted # 1 Country Music Band, and followed it up in 2010, again voted # 1 Country Band. In addition each member of the Band won top honors in their individual categories. 2011 marked another win for the band. In 2012 Steve and the guys made history by winning the top spot for the 4th year in a row. Never before has a band won this many times, in any genera of music. In all the band has won 12 Review music awards, another record. More Review awards were added for 2013. Their fan base continues to grow as do the crowds at their shows. The band's highly anticipated debut album was released in June 2012 to rave reviews. These guys are at the top of their game and are ready to kick it off . www.25centbeerband.com
In case you missed it last Saturday, you can catch it this week. Come down to Forever Flowers in Frenchtown tomorrow, April 19, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon for the encore double-booksigning with native Virgin Islanders, Mrs. Ann Marie Danet and Mrs. Theresa Q. Bernier.
They are looking forward to sharing their exciting books and chatting with you.
Come, stay awhile to chat with them, join in the fun of the live remote, and enjoy light refreshments. See you there!
Steelpan music, courtesy of Robert Symons, may be purchased from his store at CDBaby.com.
If you live off-island, not to worry. Just call-in at 646-721-9611 during the show to share your comments. The live remote will be recorded and made available online for listening at your convenience.
Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell-Jordan your host and my co-host Jamie White is also joining me today! We are very excited for the opportunity to chat this morning with Author Kate Owens!
Author Kate Owen, writer and chai tea addict, was born and raised in the Lone Star state (but has only ridden a horse once with disastrous results). She’s lived all over the US and even spent some time studying in Italy, but she came back to settle down in Dallas a few years ago. Kate has been writing since she was a kid, and has always enjoyed telling stories to entertain anyone she can coerce into listening.
By day, she works as a teacher for kids with special needs and writes. By night she is at the beck and call of two awesome dogs, eats out at gastropubs, enjoys craft cocktails, catches live music at various Dallas venues, and writes more. She loves playing guitar, hanging out on the lake, and watching movies that make her laugh.
She’s out to everyone but her grandmother, so don’t tell her.
Read Kate’s blog: writerkateowen.blogspot.com
Follow Kate on twitter: @kateowen129
While many artists spend a lifetime chasing “international status,” 24-year-old classically trained singer-songwriter-musician Sebastian Mikael is already starting his career where others can only hope to finish. Born in Sweden to a Swedish father and Ethiopian mother, Sebastian Mikael—formerly known as De-Lor (which is French for “of gold”)—was raised in a diverse household that was enriched by music. While no one in his family ever made music professionally, Sebastian Mikael inherited his passion for music from his father and the sounds he grew up listening to inspired him to find out what was going on behind the music.
What started off as a childhood hobby soon snowballed into an adolescent obsession that led to him picking up the guitar and mimicking the sounds he heard on the radio. “I became interested in knowing exactly what the musicians were doing and how they got their sounds,” says Sebastian Mikael, who started off playing his favorite songs by Marvin Gaye, Guns N’ Roses, Wyclef Jean, Akon and Usher. And on Friday Sebastian is talking to his fans LIVE on Fancalls. Is there a question you want to ask Sebastian? Call in 646-929=1325 and ask him yourself 7pm April 18th. He will answer your calls for 30 minutes.
~~Donald F. (Don) Glut (www.donaldfglut.com) is a director/writer of low-budget independent motion pictures (mostly low-budget/campy/sexy horror films, most recently Blood Scarab; www.frontlinefilms.com), author of approximately 70 books (novels including a national best-seller The Empire Strikes Back and non-fiction, e.g. Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia series), short stories, comic books (creator of The Occult Files of Dr. Spektor, Dagar the Invincible and Tragg and the Sky Gods), TV shows (live action and animation), music, articles, etc. He was a monster-magazine editor (e.g., Modern Monsters) and is a musician, photographer, lecturer and actor (most recently doing voice-over acting for Japanese-language anime and live-action movies).
During the late 1960s he played bass guitar in the Penny Arkade, a rock band produced by then-“Monkee” Mike Nesmith. Don has been associated with such franchises as Transformers, Masters of the Universe, Twilight Zone, Tarzan, Captain America , Vampirella, G.I. Joe and others. Also, he is also a volunteer fossil preparator at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Don’s interests include paleontology, horror, science-fiction and fantasy, vintage radio and TV shows, old comic books, stage magic, trains, "Holy Relics," the Three Stooges and Jackie Gleason (plus others).
He is currently in preproduction on a female werewolf movie called SheWolves, which he is writing, directing and executive producing.
Join host John Link, co-host Edward X Young, and resident film historian/impressionist Don Fellman, as they talk with Donald F. Glut on this very special edition of The John Link Show, Thursday, April 17th at 11 PM, EDT. CALL IN to speak with Mr. Glut! 347-934-0493.
Where there’s smoke there’s fire,” the saying goes. But where there’s smoke and fire, it just may be a live performance by The Bar-Kays. The funk-o-matic Memphis group has been setting audiences ablaze for the past four decades.
Originating as the Stax Records’ house band in 1966, The Bar-Kays were born from soul music and turbulent times. At the end of Jim Crow’s reign, these young Memphians were finding their musical voice and offering listeners a safe haven from the racial unrest surrounding them. In a city known for singing the blues and birthing rock n roll, the sound of soul offered a raw, and real-deal, relevance to a young African American community seeking a sound of its own. The Bar-Kays were the epicentre of this fertile creativity.
The Bar-Kays have a career total of 29 albums, including 1 platinum album, 5 gold albums, and 20 top ten singles. The Bar-Kays music has been sampled by everyone, from Coolio to Will Smith, to old schoolers like Cameo. Their career has been documented in music institutions such as The Stax Museum of American Soul Music and the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame. The Bar-Kays recently were asked to donate iconic stage garb and musical equipment to the esteemed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Meet the Bar-Kays- Larry Dodson–lead singer / James Alexander–bass player & founder of the Bar-Kays…….Band includes–Tony Gentry on guitar, Ezra Williams on keyboard, Carlos Sargent on drums, Mark Bynum on keyboard, Darrel Stanley on background vocals, Archie Love on background vocals, Bryant Nesbitt sound engineer and Mike Anderson on guitar.
Special Guest-Wesley Geer, Former lead guitar player for the band Korn! We are going to be talking about being sober now after getting free from Meth! He has launched a non-profit organization Rock To Recovery!
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Tune into Randy and Sandy live from Maui’s own Haiku Studios! Find out about the current events with Pono Radio and learn more about our amazing line up of hosts, Maui's Cool Person of the week, and our special Pono Person! We will also be giving away a FREE Aloha Friday Pizza delivered to your door. You must tune in to win!
Our mission is to promote "Pono People” from around the world who are making a difference in the lives of others!
If you have any questions or would like to get involved please call into the show! We would love to talk story with you!
Want to talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers new players for this upcoming season and the mock draft. Who the Steelers should draft and why.
It's a Beard-Off! Guests today include:
1:05- Joe Yerdon ( Pro Hockey Talk and NHL.com )
1:20- Jesse Cohen ( All the Kings Men Podcast Host and member of the The Royal Half)
3:30- Pierre LeBrun ( ESPN, TSN)
3:45- Nick Alberga ( Sirius XM Ice Cap)
Stanley Cup Playoff Preview, Brendan Shannahan discussion, NHL Draft Lottery, Best Beards and more!