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And on the 7th Day God Said Let there be ...IRON MAIDEN!!!! I have monitoring facebook and I noticed some conversations about best Maiden album of all time. This my Friends, is right up my alley. Besides that, lets talk about the First time you heard Maiden, Concert experiences, etc. From someone who is a card carrying member of the Iron Maiden fan club this is gonna rock. Besides all the Maiden talk I will talk about the disappointing Football Sunday in New York. and the rest of the NFL GAMES. Also we can talk about The unofficial end to the Yankees season and of Course The Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson sagas will continue to dominate the airwaves. WOW! all of this in 2 Hours? Well folks this might be the best entaiment value for your buck (its free!!).
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Keep on Rockin and Up the Irons
In November of 1990, John took the stage at an Indianapolis comedy club with the intention of getting comedy out of his system. "I figured they'd at least boo me off stage. Worst case scenario, they'd throw stuff at me."
As it turned out, there was no booing or throwing.
And since that fateful maiden voyage, John has made lots of people laugh from coast to coast. On stage, he's energetic and contagiously enthusiastic about numerous topics including: Electronic cigarettes, Snuggies, automatic flushing toilets and the proper age to stop chewing your shoe in church.
Born and raised in the heart of fly-over country, John is committed to "comedy that won't leave a filthy residue". There's nothing in his act that you wouldn't want to hear your children repeat. (In fact, if your children repeat anything he says, send him a video copy of it...he'd love to see it!)
"People didn't invent laughter. It was given to us by someone who knew we'd enjoy it. Every show, my goal is to hurt people. Seriously. I want people's jaws to ache. I want their sides to cramp up. I want them to experience dizziness from oxygen deprivation. When they are in pain, I've done my job."
And hundreds of audiences eagerly respond, "Bring on the pain.."
This is our maiden voyage on BlogTalk Radio's Premium package, allowing us to broadcast our show in prime time using Skype, which makes for a much better sound. And we're using this technology to livecast our Friends & Family fantasy football draft. Come and hang out with us, and make fun of our picks!
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The Harp Twins, Camille and Kennerly are identical twins who play the harp. They take modern songs from bands like Iron Maiden, AC/DC, GNR, Bon Jovi, etc and TV show themes such as Star Trek, Doctor Who, and The Walking Dead. They started making independently produced videos and recordings of these songs several years ago, and have become YouTube sensations, with a copnstantly growing fanbase. They have also gotten recognition from some off the artists they cover like Iron Maiden.
Join us as we chat with them about their talents, music, movie appearances, and more. The Harp Twins aren't rock or metal bands obviously, but if you aren't familiar with them at the moment, you will be hooked at the end of the interview. Don't miss it!
With three platinum and five gold albums, Najee is one of the pioneers of what is commonly known as Contemporary Jazz. A combination of jazz improvisation and R&B, this genre forms a bridge from the jazz fusion of the 70s to the jazz pop of the mid 80s.
A native of Jamaica, Queens, New York, Najee shared all of his musical dreams-and later, many professional gigs-with his brother Fareed, a guitarist who was a year younger. Their father passed away when they were very young, but their mother encouraged a deep exposure to jazz via recordings by artists as diverse as the Miles Davis Quintet, Junior Walker and Mongo Santamaria. Najee showed an early interest in the sax but a grammar school teacher steered him towards clarinet when there were no sax chairs available in the school band.
Najee, along with his brother Fareed, attended the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston with a concentrated study in performance and composition.
Najee left the Conservatory after three years and moved back to New York, where he immersed himself in the club scene. One night when he was out playing straight ahead jazz, Lesette Wilson, keyboardist and musical director of Chaka Khan-who was hot at the time with her trademark hit “Ain’t Nobody”-came in and loved what she heard. She called him to audition for the singer’s upcoming tour, and in no time Najee found himself on the road for a year with the legendary diva, playing alto sax and flute. Najee’s good fortune transferred to Fareed’s career as well when Chaka’s longtime guitarist Tony Maiden failed to show up for a rehearsal. Fareed plugged in and was hired to play alongside Maiden for the tour.
In their Maiden Voyage on PTRN, Chris and Dave discuss Cubism, Impressionism, Obstetrics and Gynecology, the passing of Robin Williams, and break down the upcoming Emmy's. Oh, and they also talk about the Packers' soggy preseason opener against Tennessee and somehow manage to discuss whether Charles Woodson should join the Packers' other legends whose names are inscribed on the facade inside Lambeau Field.
Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy is the longest-running Packers podcast on the Internet. Hosts Chris and Dave began the show as a way of capturing the spirited chats the two co-workers had about the team around the office. The two have no pretense about being experts: they are just two opinionated shareholders who love the team, follow it closely, but don't always see the Packers fortunes eye to eye.
The guys encourage comments and questions via their Twitter feed @PackersTherapy and read and respond to as many as they can during each show.
We continue down the road to “Five Years of The Dennis Daniel Show,” and our next stop features an all-new guest! On the next Dennis Daniel Show, we talk with voice actress Mela Lee.
Mela Lee is best known as Shinku from the classic animé, “Rozen Maiden.” She’s also known as Rin Tohsaka from “Fate/Stay Night,” Rena Ryuugu from “When They Cry,” and Yuki Cross from “Vampire Knight.”
Join Dennis as he talks with Mela about her career in voice acting, her new music video "Odds & Ends," with her music group, "Magnolia Memoir." Dennis also tries to enlist Shinku’s help in combating the effects of Suigintou’s curse from the last installment.
Join us for an all new Dennis Daniel Show. Friday, March 28th at 10PM EST on BlogTalkRadio!
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