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  • 00:39

    ALL GHEY BOY SCOUT PREACHER FREAKOUT SINGALONG!

    in Comedy

    After the long Memorial Day weekend, the right wing Angry God Mongers had time to coalesce their talking points into a concentrated freakout as they proclaim the death of the United States with troop after troop of mincing, limp-wristed Boy Scouts marching directly into the open, gaping maw of Hell.
    We’ll hear what they have to say. Then, we shall mock them with versions of E.U.’s “Da Butt,” we borrow from “Inner Circle” to ask the “Bad Scouts” what they gonna say when their troops turn gay. And we update that classic scouting song “The Happy Wanderer” to include casual anal sex and golden showers, just like the preachers foretold.
    And we wrap up the show with a question.
    Why, FFS, are these ignorant ass wipes clogging up the American airwaves with their foolishness and hate screeds – why are there SO MANY different merchants of malice on the radio and television airwaves in America, and nowhere…. NO where… can you find a voice like mine to take the counterpoint? Is it because right wing hatred, incitement to violence fear and bigotry SELLS and comedic attempts to bring people to their senses doesn’t HAVE a viable commercial market? Howcum all these dozens and dozens and dozens of right wing morons have shows on the radio and television…
    And there are no voices like mine out there to tell the other side of the story… the REALITY based side of things.
    I’d support people who advertise on a station that broadcast viewpoints like mine. Wouldn’t you?

  • 01:01

    Terre Roche and Afro-Jersey

    in Books

    Afro-Jersey was formed in 2008 when old friends Terre Roche and Sidiki Conde began to write songs together in both English and Mandingo just for fun.    Terre Roche is best known for being one of The Roches. She has worked with Paul Simon, Laurie Anderson, Was Not Was, Philip Glass, Kathy Mattea, Meredith Monk and the Indigo Girls to name a few. She sang the role of Squeaky Fromme in John Moran's opera, The Manson Family. She was one of the soloists on Robert Fripp's album "Exposure".    In 1998 she put out a solo CD, "The Sound of a Tree Falling". Terre collaborated with jazz pianist Garry Dial on the 2008 release "Us an'Them", a collection of national anthems from around the world featuring musicians from the countries all of whom were living in New York City.    From 2002 to the present, Terre has led the popular "Sunset Singing Circle", a Battery Parks City sponsored singalong which takes place in May and June. Currently she is the musical coordinator for Lanny Harrison's "Characters in Motion" class at the New York Shambhala Center and has been a featured artist in Mark Lamb Dance's spectacular multi-media salons, featuring music, dance and spoken word performances.   Terre Roche, Sidiki Conde, and Marlon Cherry, a/k/a Afro-Jersey, sing in both the English and Mandingo languages.

  • 01:01

    Fighting Bob Radio

    in Politics Progressive

    Today, Editor Matt Rothschild, of The Progressive magazine, will be hosted by Ed Garvey, Eric Schubring, and David Giffey. The conversation will include plans for Fighting Bob Fest September 7. Other likely topics: Rothschild's recent arrest in the capitol rotunda during a Solidarity Singalong.

  • 00:44

    Multispiritual with a Twist of Spirit~Rocks~Sexy

    in Entertainment

    On today's episode of Mixed Race Radio we welcome Mantra-Pop Star, Robin Renee. Robin is the visionary behind Menage a Music and has found a creative way to fuse her writer/songwriter lyricism and contemporary East-meets-West spirituality.Her newest album, "This." features call-and-response chanting, soulful voices, and a rich soundscape of organic instrumentation blended seamlessly with light, heart-opening electronic ambience. The bright "Keshava" and upbeat "Kali Ma Potluck Singalong" are favorites of Robin’s live kirtan chant events. Here, they join the traditional melody "Jaya Jaya Shiva Shambho," the beautifully simple "Blessed Be, Namaste," and three more tracks of energy-moving sound. While Live Devotion (2007), her first recording dedicated wholly to sacred chant, was borne mainly of one inspired recording session, the spark of inspiration for This. matured over time with the help of engineer, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Jack Walker (heard on John Edward Cross Country) in his Bad Dog Digital studio. Berklee College of Music grad and longtime Hawaii ashram resident Karttikeya handled drums and percussion, while Isitri Om Kati Brennan and Angela Cavallaro brought sound and spirit alive with dynamic backing and response vocals. The result is a joyful, flowing recording for meditation, movement, deep listening, and singing along. Robin Renée’s live performances run the gamut from rock to chant, all-acoustic to full-sounded, and may flow seamlessly in between. She has shared the stage with some of the West’s best-loved kirtan singers including Krishna Das, Dave Stringer, and Girish. Also a poet, artist, and writer, Robin’s work has appeared in Curve Magazine, Songwriter’s Market, PanGaia, Big Hammer #12,That Takes Ovaries – Bold Females and their Brazen Acts (Random House), and many other publications. WON'T YOU JOIN US?

  • 00:30

    2nd Annual Christmas Sing-along

    in Fun

    Join Ken and Beth as we sing our favorite Christmas carols together.  Let's join our voices together by the power of streaming audio and let 'er rip!   Be there or be square. No excuses!! 

  • 01:01

    OneUpMe Radio - Guest: Debby Wilson

    in Entertainment

    And a special Christmas singalong!

  • 00:30

    Interview with Don Graham

    in Country Music

    DON GRAHAM is a Canadian singer/songwriter, tried and tested in the music industry, both as a performer and songwriter. In the mid-1970s, Don formed a trio called Country Fair that included guitarist Robbie MacNeill of Anne Murray and Singalong Jubilee fame. The band’s name was subsequently changed to Graham County and their first single, produced by Bill Hill (producer of April Wine’s debut album) was called Shelter In The Sky, penned by Don, and recorded at the legendary Andre Perry’s Studio. He followed up his early success with more singles and songwriting and then became involved in producing. Fast forward to 2012: Don is proud to release his new CD A Willing Heart, a collection of 11 songs that form a tapestry of his life; good, bad, painful and hopeful. Tune in to hear this talented Canadian artist talk about his music career and share some of his songs.

  • 01:12

    Christmas Carol Sing-along with Ken & Beth

    in Fun

    This week's show is dedicated to the fine art of caroling. Join us for an hour of fun. We'll sing your favorite carol, but only if you call in and sing with us! The show starts Thursday 12/23/2010 at 8:30PM. Just a little later than normal because Santa has stuff to do, if you catch my drift. LOL See you there!

  • Interview with Don Graham

    in Music

    DON GRAHAM is a Canadian singer/songwriter, tried and tested in the music industry, both as a performer and songwriter.


    In the late 1960’s, Don formed a trio called Country Fair that included guitarist Robbie MacNeill of Anne Murray and Singalong Jubilee fame. The band’s name was subsequently changed to Graham County and their first single, produced by Bill Hill (Producer of April Wine’s debut album) “Shelter In The Sky”, penned by Don, was recorded at the legendary Andre Perry’s Studio, just after the remote of John Lennon’s “Give Peace A Chance” was recorded by Perry in a Montreal hotel room. This single was released on Gamma (London) Records in Canada and on Kapp/MCA in the U.S. and was a ‘pick hit’ in Cashbox Magazine.


    MacNeill left the band and was replaced by Bill Hill (JB & the Playboys) on guitar, Eddy Kaye (Freedom North) drums and Ron Dann (Jesse Winchester, Ian Tyson) on steel guitar. This lineup toured extensively promoting their records and got tight working the popular bar scenes in Canada, where the long hours resulted in six sets a nights, six nights a week.Through the years band members have included: George Bowser (Bowser and Blue), Bobby Cohen (Tim Hardin) Les Leroux and JayBees drummer Dougie West and Paul Lifsches on bass guitar to name a few.


    Today, Don continues to write, record and perform his songs. His latest single is called Not Much Happening Place. In this song, Don takes you to a place where “time isn’t measured in hours, you know it’s morning when the sun comes up” to a place where nobody cares if you fall asleep in your chair and there are no deadlines. Some insiders have labeled the song “the summer hit of 2015” - “destined for play at the beach at the cottage in the middle of summer or on a tropical beach in the dead of winter."

  • 02:00

    The Intimacy and Love "BC" Show Presents Music to dance too

    in Music

    Let's get up to the music Mix, a little of everything to relax too.

  • 02:00

    The Mark Weaver Show

    in Politics Progressive

    Join us as we celebrate the End Of Bush with an unforgettable singalong: "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye." Also, Floridian Jeff Nall, founder of Humanists for Peace, talks of MLK's legacy and the peace movement, and Sydney Levy of Jewish Voice for Peace, as Israeli atrocities deepen with white phosphorous, amputations, fire bombing and bombing the UN. Terror threat at Obama inaugural.