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Tonight's topic is going to be about blacks and racism. Are black people their own worst enemy? Has there been enough time since the Emancipation Proclamation for Blacks to have caught up with Whites and others? Author and motivational speaker, Clarence Mason Weaver will be our guest tonight to discuss this highly controversial, but definitely needed topic. Tune in, you might be surprised at what you hear!
On this episode of Final Say, the dialogue trio will endleslly debate hot topics like....
NBA Playoffs continue: Impressions, Injuries, Predictions. HEAT Path to the ECF's!
UFC subbing McGregor with Jon Jones for the Main Event! Is UFC going to add McGregor for Ratings?
Marlins on a win streak, almost a no-hitter! Finding rhythm or lucky streak?
NFL DRAFT- Surprise, shockers, sleeper picks
Lexy's Mystery- Surprise, Surprise! You never know what you are going to be asked...
Who will have the FINAL SAY?
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Chad Wilson and Emil Calomino talk the NFL Draft for 2016 including:
- Top 5 teams in Draft
- Bottom 5 teams in draft
- Top 5 potential players in draft
- Top 5 underrated gems in draft
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SHOW # 323 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should KNow"
We begin the show speaking with Françoise Digel, whose exhibit Screaming The Blues debuts at the Blues Hall Of Fame on Friday. Ms. Digel will chat for a few about the exhibit and how she came upon the subject.
Then we spend a few minutes with Randy Knight, the creator of the play Ghost Of The Blues which will have a performance on Friday at the Orpheum Theater. This edition will feature Mud Morganfield, Biscuit Miller, Stacy Brooks, James Armstrong and Bobby Wilson.
Sean Pinchin was nominated for a Maple Blues Award for Artist Of The Year in 2014 after his album Rustbucket was released. His new album, Monkey Brain dropped the beginning of March and Sean & I will chat about his career and his album, a collection of personal struggle and triumph wrapped in some stellar guitar-work.
Guy King grew up in Israel but relocated to the US in his early 20’s. Since then he has worked continuously to build his skills and fan base playing some 200 shows a day. His latest release, Truth is his Delmark debut and is a collection of originals and reworkings showing Guy’s guitar and vocal prowess.
Finally, Lisa Mann will be calling from the road as she makes her way to Memphis for the BMAs. Nominated for Instrumentalist-Bass (an award she was honored to receive last year) and is also releasing her new album. We will get to share the new album and speak with Lisa about everything that has been going on in her world.
Guest co-host Ken DeCosta, Mike Boler and show creator George R. Lopez host "Prime Time Paranormal" every Monday from 9-11 pm e.s.t.. Bringing you the top names in the community from John Zaffis and Brian Cano to Nick Groff and Grant Wilson just to name a few. Celebrities to those in the trenches of research join Ken, Mike and George on Mondays from time to time to discuss the outer fringes and inner workings of this field of study.
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POLITICAL ANIMALS--Indiana Politicians-Presidents-a Vice President
***The Harrison Family--William Henry Governor of Indiana Territory & Benjamin Harrison Grandson President
***vice Presidents from Indiana--Marsahll VP Wilson administration
quote" What this country needs is a good five cent cigar" On President Wilson's disability-what Marshall did
***Dan Quayle--Vice President George Bush Administration
***US Senator Homer Capehart
***-Congressman--US Navy male sailor rape victim--Brian Partridge--Congressman Hosetller
***John Dillinger--Bank robber during the twenties and thirties
***Jim Jones-- later San Francisco-- Guyana suicide
*(**Orville Redenbacker--Popcorn later sold to Congagra Corp
***Conn Musical Instruments elkhart Indiana
***Notre Dame (football)--Knute Rockne--
****Indiana University Music School
Join Dan Wilson (FL) and Gary Rumer as we welcome our special Guest and producer Courtaney Turner. Courtaney is the co-founder and producer of Quixotix Memes Productions. Courtaney is a former actress and now Producer in her studio based out of Santa Monica California. Enjoy while se discuss her past, present and future projects that she and her company is working on.
Forgotten Music on Records S3productions
Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians, Anchors Aweigh, Buckle Down Winsocki
For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or email@example.com
Decca 23717 (71156) 1946 -1947 Personality series
A: Anchors Aweigh
Charles A. Zimmerman – George D. Lottman- D.Savino
Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians and Glee Club
B: 23717B (70137) Buckle Down Winsocki
Musical Production “Best Foot Forward”
Best Foot Forward is a 1941 musical with songs by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane and a book by John Cecil Holm. Produced by George Abbott, after an out-of-town tryout, the production opened on Broadway on October 1, 1941 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, where it ran for 326 performances. It was directed by Abbott, with choreography by Gene Kelly, and starred Rosemary Lane.
Adding a men's singing group to his ensemble, he recruited Robert Shaw, recently out of the Pomona College glee club, to train his singers. Shaw later founded the Robert Shaw Chorale, directed the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and became America's preeminent conductor of serious choral music. The Waring glee club sound can be detected in some Robert Shaw Chorale recordings. Pembroke Davenport (1911–85) was Waring's pianist and arranger.