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Ryan Corn might not identify himself as a craftsman, even though he’s recently taken up the hobby of woodworking, but the Cape Girardeau, Missouri, native approaches everything he does—performing,
production, audio engineering, and especially songwriting—with the same care and attention to detail as a master carpenter. Not surprising then, Wonderful Things is jam-packed with such offerings. Tracks such as R&B infused, “It’ll Be Alright,” burst with soul and emotion, a homage to one of the many genres Corn has been influenced by. Such original tunes as “Burst,” “The Only Good,” and “Always You” will surely find listeners in every format.
To listen to the songs of Marie Miller is to know this impressive new Curb artist, a triple-threat talent — singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist — who’s poised to become one of the breakout stars of 2013. Just as Miller insists on writing from true experience, her music blurs the lines in defining her style. She aims only for the right musical bed for her lyrics, crafting songs that appeal across many genres. Such original tunes as “You’re Not Alone,” “To Be Loved,” “Unconscious,” “Fall Alone,” and “6-2” will likely find listeners in every format from Triple A, Americana, front porch folk to nuegrass to country and classic pop. Growing up in the Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia, the third of ten children, Miller began singing at the age of seven. At “the ripe old age of twelve,” she joined her family band, playing festivals and churches, and trading off lead and harmony vocals in duets with her sister Justina, with whom she was billed as the Miller Sisters. Their parents backed them up on guitar and upright bass, as Marie played mandolin, guitar, and eventually bouzouki.
We're back this week with an all new episode and a guest!
I invited good friend and fellow comic book artist Phil Buck to the show and we'll be discussing the new Deadpool movie and the catch 22 that comes with animation and unions and all that Jazz.
plus, some one will prolly say penis and Kai will Zach Synder to go fuck himself (she has trouble letting things go.)
On tonight's episode we talk about the Sylvania 300 in New Hampshire today.
Joey Logano wins it. We'll talk about the racing, and break down the race and the good runs and bad runs for drivers.
We'll also talk about the racing in NH today.
Also, we'll break down the chase grid, and see who is in trouble and who isn't. Did Aric Almirola get back into contention today, with Dover coming up?
BK Racing made a driver change this weekend right before this weekend's race in New Hampshire. Ryan Truex's future is in question with the team. We'll break down the dilemma with the BK team, and where Ryan Truex's future may be.
Identity Racing Ventures made a driver swap before this weekend's race as well. Mike Wallace replaced Joe Nemechek. It's a very curious move, and Joe Nemechek might be out of that ride. We'll talk about this as well.
Brendan Gaughan won this weekend's Nationwide Series race in Kentucky, his second career win. We'll break that down, and the race,
and Cole Custer, goes to victory lane for Ken Schrader Racing in the Camping World Truck Series. Custer becomes the youngest driver in Camping World Truck Series history at the age of 16.
Ryan Scott Hall and HisDirknesS from AHPKC.com break down the Chiefs third game of the 2014 season. Kansas City (0-2) travels to Miami to face the Dolphins (1-1) at SunLife Stadium. Injuries are starting to pile-up for both teams, with marquee names like Jamaal Charles and Eric Berry out for Kansas City, while Miami is dealing with the loss of Knowshon Moreno.
The Amateur Hour crew will take questions from Twitter and Facebook, interact on the BlogTalk Live Chat and will take LIVE callers all throughout the show.
K98Talk and Common Ground present another quasi-exciting episode of The Otter Limits!
Join host Steve Long as he presents his attention deficient view of politics and pop culture.
On tonight’s show Steve will briefly discuss his views on the recent vote for independence in Scotland and present his endorsements for this year’s mid-term elections.
Joining Steve on the show tonight will be Liberty on Tap organizers TC Ryan, Joanna Francisco, Lisa Bowman and Dax Ewbank talking about the origins and goals of the Liberty on Tap movement.
Come join in on the fun!
The mystery of kingdom is abundance of the seed. There are Master sowing secrets. Sowing is a masterpiece of god
The process of the seed!
Once the conditions have been satisfied for the process of seed germination, it is just a matter of time that they turn into a seedling. Some seeds, especially the ones with hard coats like the sunflower, morning glory, dates, acorn, corn, etc. need a couple of hours pre-soaking to speed up the germination of seeds.
After the seeds are sowed, and the soil misted with water, it (water) gets absorbed by the seeds through its coat, and provides moisture to the embryo nestled in it. This activates enzymes that help in duplication of plant cells, and also gets them to use the energy or food stored in the seed to start nourishing the embryonic plant. With all the nourishment, the embryo becomes too large, and bursts open through the seed coat, in search of light to start its process of photosynthesis, and thus, the growing plant emerges. During the same time, even the roots sprout and head down in search of more food from the soil. Both the root and plant shoot move downwards and upwards, simultaneously and respectively. In no time then, you will see the seedling force its way through the soil.
Ryan Stern is live every Sunday Morning at 9:00 am to discuss the world of sports.
Roger Goodell has spoken. But what did he really say? Not a whole lot. We will dive into what we think the future of the NFL Commissioner holds for him.
Then, joining us at 9:15 will be John Laub of FootballDiehards.com to discuss Week 3 Fantasy Football. We will play Studs, Duds, and Sleepers as well as take your sit/start questions. To have your questions read on air and have them answered by a fantasy expert, tweet them to @BeyondTheBench or go to facebook.com/beyondthebenchbsp and post your questions there.
Finally, we will make our Week 3 NFL Picks. With a bunch of outstanding games on the dockett, such as a Super Bowl rematch between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, an NFC North battle between the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions, and an interesting AFC matchup between the San Diego Chargers and Buffalo Bills.
As always, we will be taking your calls at 760-283-0846.
The Washington Nationals battled back from an early deficit for a 3-2 win over the Miami Marlins tonight in Marlins Park. Ryan Zimmerman returned. The Nats won for the tenth straight time with Jordan Zimmerman on the mound.
"Defender of The Truth Doctrine Hour" with Host Pastor-Teacher Ryan D McLaughlin and Guest Co-Host Pastor-Teacher Perry M Hartman
Matthew Grant & Jeff Smith were at BKPW's When You Wish Upon A Star to provide commentary for our listeners!
The FULL card for this event was:
Justin Sane (c) v. Alessandro Del Bruno - BKPW Championship
Pissbeaters (Anthony Darko & Jake O'Reilly) (c) v. Monster Mafia (Ethan Page & Josh Alexander) - BKPW Tag Team Championship
Marc Hauss v. Ryan Swift v. Rickey Shane Page v. Rhys Greenaway - #1 Contender's Match for the BKPW Championship
Eric Cairnie v. Anthony Fiasco
Reverend Greed Invitational (v. Kriss Stark)
Matt Cash v. Hardcore Hick - Anarchy Hour
Hundalasiliah! (Prince fans, do the research) That's the battle cry to our ever expanding listenership, devotees and supporters. Join Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt for yet another Grindhouse Mashup broadcast, courtesy of Afronerd Radio airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. This week's compendium of topical arrangements that are up for discussion are: we knew that a Supergirl TV series had been greenlighted but now that CBS appears to be her new home.....is it a good fit? ; Deadpool fans rejoice! Your favorite "merc with a mouth" gets a novie release date for winter 2016 with Ryan Reynolds no less; Patrick Warburton returns (allegedly) to The Tick; in light of the upcoming Long Beach Comic Con announcing its new and much deserved Dwayne McDuffie Award, is there anyone that has effectively taken the reins of the late great comic animator/creator?; Oscar nominated actress, Viola Davis teams up with screenwriter/director, Shonda Rhimes for ABC's How To Get Away With Murder TV series; and speaking of Ms. Rhimes, she defends herself against a NY Times critic's assertion that she is an "angry Black woman" ; just how safe is President Obama? A fence jumper successfully gets into the White House moments after the POTUS left the famed Camp David retreat; the NFL saga continues-evidence is mounting that the Ravens witnessed the Ray Rice video in its entirety the first time around and lastly, if time permits, the crew picks up from last week's show topic-documentarian, Michael Moore's belief that President Obama's legacy will be solely relegated to being the nation's first Black president. Call the show live at 646-915-9620!