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Oleander came to prominence in the late 1990s and early '00s, releasing February Son (1999) and Unwind (2001) before moving over to Sanctuary for Joyride (2003). Hailing from Sacramento, the band built up a healthy following of fans and garnered radio support, thanks to their melodic, post-grunge sound. But the music extended beyond hybrids and music critic jargon and terminology. It had a pulse and a heartbeat, with blood surging through its riffy veins. But despite the success, the grind of touring and promotion took its toll, as it often inevitably does, and the band felt drained. Things weren't fun anymore around 2003 and the boys decided it was time to take a step back, something they were well within their rights to do. That's a refreshing and honest attitude to have, and it's also indicative of the organic nature of the album, all factors that should help Something Beautiful find its audience. And judging from the songs that comprise Something Beautiful, Oleander may get what they weren't looking for. The result is an album that bridges the gap between modern and alternative rock, with Eldridge going so far as to say that the band can't and won't pinpoint influences. "Since our second record and the writing of our third to this point, being our fourth release, I think we have come into our own. If there are influences there, I can't tell you what they are. We get together and write from our hearts," he said. Oleander bassist Doug Eldridge offered a simple but profound statement about his band's new album Something Beautiful, their first effort since embarking on a self-imposed hiatus (but not a break up) that began somewhere around 2005. "We did this for ourselves and to have fun, since we love it," Eldridge said. "If this [record] is huge, great. If not, we had fun and we loved doing it. What happens now is out of our hands." For more information, visit www.oleander.net
This week's musical showcase shines a spotlight on Glenn Crytzer and his Savoy Seven, based out of New York, NY. A wonderful group of Jazz musicians coming together for a not so common cause. This big band has one thing in mind, Swing. Reviving musical stylings of the 30's and 40's and breathing life into a forgotten era, Glenn Crytzer's Savoy Seven has an all original new album on the horizon that is sure to induce some jiving, but they need a Kickstart. Hosted by Tyler Wolf
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Edie Weinstein - Known as the "Bliss Mistress", joins us at a very poignant time of her time. After suffering serious cardiac illness and requiring surgical intervention, Edie is now on the road to recovery, and shares her secrets of how being in bliss can assist not only in good times, but also times of challenge.
Edie's website is www.liveinjoy.com
A bit about Edie:
Rev. Edie Weinstein, LSW is a work in progress. Her creative, career and spiritual paths have led her to become a book author, columnist for the Huffington Post, writer for publications such as BeliefNet, magazine publisher, speaker, interfaith minister, reiki master, clown, and much more. She has interviewed famous, inspirational people from around the world, including the Dalai Lama. She engages in life fully, inviting others to join her. She is available to speak to your business, health care organization, school, faith and community group.
Denny Hess is the leader of the “Denny Hess Trio”. This band which has been steadily performing on the Jazz scene for a number of years has an award winning CD titled “Gypsy”. Denny will stop by and talk with us on Insight. Be sure to tune in and hear what this talented artist has to say… with your host DrCal
Call in and say a word to this great talent, the show is live just dial 1-760-542-3931
Messages from Heaven and Earth. Thirty Minute show three days a week, bringing you
messages from Heaven ( Angels or Spirit) and Earth( Animals or elementals)
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Starting Monday October 20,2014 If you post your questions on either my page or my group I will select as many as I can answer in a thirty minute show and will give those answers on the show. I will also randomly do readings through the pages for those who are regular members in those groups. Anyone who is rude or disrespectful will be removed from the page or group. I will be doing three thirty minute shows a week Mon/ Wen and Fri. at 3:30 PM Eastern Time.
endorsed as the YOUNG JAMES BROWN by the Godfather of Soul himself, is a Chicago native, and has entertainment in his blood. Since a teen, Tony has been performing and electrifying audiences with his own style, showmanship, charisma and especially, his dance moves.
In his 20’s, Tony realized that he had an excellent future as a performer, and began entering contests such as the Apollo, and other venues. Tony was actually crowned the Best Michael Jackson Entertainer, and asked to be on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson’s father, took an interest and liking to Tony, and today, Tony continues to look up to Joe Jackson as a mentor and friend.
From that infamous day on Oprah, Tony’s life changed. Soon, major entertainers such as James Brown himself were calling on him for movie roles, to be a stand-in, or to even back them with his band. James Brown saw Tony perform, and was so impressed with his unique style and showmanship, he asked Tony to be in Tony Scott's Internet-only short film "Beat the Devil”.
Additionally, at James Brown's behest, Tony was personally selected by Brown to portray the Young James Brown in "Funk Blast”. Brown personally named Tony the “Young James Brown” on the movie set...the only person to ever receive such an endorsement by the Godfather himself!
Born 17th March 1945, Dublin Ireland
Medical School; UCD Dublin qualified 1968. Interned at Rochester, New York, USA.
Post Grad Posts: Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Scotland
Mill Rd, Maternity Hospital, Liverpool, England
GP Training Scheme, Liverpool, England
St. Mary’s Hospital, London, England
GP Kilmoganny, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland
Family Physician, Glendon, Alberta, Canada
Visited Dr. Bihari in New York in 2004.
Started using LDN in 2005
Married with three grown up children
Hobbies: sport, folk music and history
We'll be talking about LDN cases
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Barb & Lesley are on Retreat. Please enjoy a replay of our March 3rd, 2014 show focused on struggling.
Lesley Picchietti has spent over 25 years doing what she loves with the constant being her addictive optimistic approach and desire to make a difference. Her career has spanned from local TV news to non-profit development, spending over a decade as a jazz vocalist and band leader, to a music educator. Lesley believes the art of coaching/teaching, for any age, is through empowerment and engagement. Using a unique blend of compassion, boldness and humor, she consistently shifts client and student energy from a place of hesitation to a more positive and constructive center. This productive shift ultimately allows individuals, groups and corporate teams to move forward with increased motivation and confidence. www.InspireBlissCoaching.com
For over twenty years, Barb Heenan has been helping people turn obstacles into stepping stones for success. A former Occupational Therapist, Sales Manager, and Sales Consultant, she has a unique ability to inspire individuals to stretch out of their comfort zones both in work and play. Barb helps busy professionals and entrepreneurs capture the power of connecting with their inner wisdom and natural talents using her positive energy and insight. She holds degrees in Psychology and Occupational Therapy from the U of I and has successfully run two small businesses (an art business, and sales consulting). Barb’s philosophy is that we each have the full capacity to create the life we really want. www.FreshCompanyCC.com
Life Coach Ade is flying solo on the Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show for “Yielding to the Magic in the Moment.”
Every moment we are creating anew and there are moments that are heavier than others. In the wake of grief and fear of losing loved ones, learning to reach out for support and focusing on self care, how do we maximize the moment during heavy times, heavy emotions and heavy energy?
Life Coach Ade will share insights to assist you in tapping into your "Inner Transformer" to support you in feeling lighter so that you can effectively deal with the energy and not be suffocated by it.
Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show" fan (LIKE) page on Facebook.
Also, don't miss Celestial Moment with Celeste Morgan. She offers the energy of the day!
This show will shift your consciousness. Empower you to create a space and a place for inspiration, transformation and healing.
For more information about Life Conversations Radio visit www.LifeConversationsMedia.com
Ken Kraetzer of SAL Radio leads a discusison of Army's football game Saturday at Kent State. The Black Knights seek their third win of the season and a chance to put their season back on track for a bowl game appearance. Thsi is also the final tune-up for West Point before a bye week and their Commander In Chief Trophy game against Air Force. All are welcome to call in and offer their perspective on the Army-kent State game and the season todate. Fine to call and describe another major college game you attended. Air Force and Navy football fans welcome too. The call in line Sunday night 8-9 PM EST is 1-347-826-7155.
On this episode the host, Denisha M and cohost Candace Simpson discuss Ferguson, Police brutality, murder, mass incarceration and harassment. Listen in as the hosts dissect the notion of post racial America and talk about differences in police interactions between minorities.
Topics for the show include:
Are black citizens protected under law? What prohibits protection for persons of color?
Police brutality, murder, mass incarceration and harassment--- who is affected, is this an issue and why? Discussion of Ezell ford, Ramarley Graham, Amadou Diallo, Alan Bluford, Michael Brown, Oscar Grant, Kimani Gray, Mohamed Bah, Sean Bell, Eric Garner etc
What is the problem with people wanting to ignore racial issues?
Is there a desensitization to black and minority issues?
Prediction and foretelling of Ferguson over the next months as they wait for a grand jury decision and arrest.
Vonderitt Myers. Will this affect the tensions in the next few months? Is this a different situation. Can we be upset for this killing as well?
What can be done in America to truly move past race? Is it possible?
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