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Brand new first time music for New Groovin Rhythms is scheduled to hit the airwaves tonight. Tune in and listen to hear the song Keep Smiling by Extreme Gauche Caviar. We will be playing that for you as well as lots of great new music from your favorite indie bands and musicians including even more music that we have never played before. Change is good to embrace it and enjoy the new tunes from these talented bands with us. Call in during the live broadcast to get on the air, give a shout out or request a favorite song!
103 Grey Cup on Nov. 29, 2015 in Winnipeg Manitoba Sponsored by Shaw is between the Ottawa REDBLACKS and the Edmonton Eskimos. The last time an Ottawa Team was in the Grey Cup was against the Esks 1981 while the Esks were in the 2005 Grey Cup
EAST FINAL: Hamiltoin Tigercats in Ottawa against the REDBLACKS the 2nd year team in the league beat the representative from the last 2 Grey Cups Hamilton 35-28. 93 yard pass and run, buzzer beater from Smiling Hank Burris to Greg "the duke" Ellingson a former reject of the Ticats. Both Players had both a history with Hamilton and a motivation to beat the two time Grey Cup losers the last 2 years.
WEST FINAL: The defending Grey Cup Champion Calgary Stampeders were in Edmonton against the Eskimos, the Esks winning 45-31 in another revenge motivated game. In this one Riley had a chance to play, yes with a brace but to protect and keep healthy.
Aaron's buddy Rider Rob Bagg who won the Grey Cup with the Team in 2007 will be a Grey Cup Analyst with Don Landry and the CFL.ca's Brodie Laswson suring Grey Cup Week.
This show is for mature audiences only! We will NOT cater to the younf or the young minded.
Catch Saksy & Daryl EVERY Friday night on The Beauty and The Beast Show. We will talk about......well, whatever the hell we want! Lol it's all about fun and games and just relaxing/unwinding after a long stressful week. Come get some stuff off of YOUR chest and have a few laughs with (or at) us! We GUARANTEE you that you will be laughing and smiling by the end of the night, so what do you have to lose? Call in at (516)531-9975 at 9'30 EST to chat and/or listen. See ya soon! ;-)
Main Topic: Smiling Vagina Mural
Side Topics: McDonalds has gone full retard. Global Warming is getting soooo hot that animals are freezing solid inside Swedish lakes. Stick it to Proctor & Gamble: Grow out your beard! Thai protesters make an embarassing mistake. Could 'mary jane' be the key to getting the US out of debt? Supposed Blind man in trouble for being caught driving speed boat - he's being given a ticket for being AWESOME! 18th Century painting perforated by flying cork!
All This in 30 Minutes!!
If you’re looking to get your happy back THIS SHOW IS FOR YOU! I have six tips that I KNOW can promote your internal happiness so that you can produce positive external results. What I’d like to offer you is another way of thinking. It is not something that I paid for or something that has made me a million dollars (yet) :-) Happiness is something that I had to learn just by living a conscious life. There were no quick fixes, no external antidotes and I couldn’t purchase happy from Amazon. I couldn’t get it in a drink, a pill or “stuff.”
Last year I did the “100 Day Happiness Challenge” and it changed my life. Not only did it give me permission to find something to be happy about every day, it also forced me to realize this about happiness:
It is often circumstantial
Happiness is a choice
Happiness is a habit
It is a mantra that you recite to yourself everyday “I will be in Victory today!” What it all comes down to is this, you get to decide if the challenge can become a celebration and if the tragedy can somehow be turned into a triumph. We have to make a conscious choice to take back what was already ours to begin with, “OUR HAPPINESS” and decide that we are going to hold on to it no matter the circumstance or the situation. The truth is we are in our feelings all of the time and it is ultimately up to us to decide which feelings are going to take precedence. The default feeling will become the feeling that we base our lives on and make decisions from (VICTIM-BULLY-EQUALIZER). On a scale of 1-to-10, how happy are you?
KEEP SMILING THROUGH JUST LIKE YOU USED TO DO. We all miss someone who loved us. Perhaps a comrade YOU GREW UP WITH. A buddy you served in the military with. Oh those were the days. Memories full of fun, youth and good times. Tonight we will pay a tribute to memories. BARTENDER CHAMPAGNE I HAVE A COUPON.
When we last spoke to the inside/out beautiful Romain Collin, he was immersed in another project. That's the correct term: immersed. When listening to the way he offers music, there is the distinct feeling that Romain had nothing else on his mind but living the chords he was playing. You can almost see him: eyes closed, smiling at memories - or hope from an anticipated time, savoring the life captured in five minutes worth of piano resuscitation.
Our guest just celebrated his birthday. He's young - not yet 40 - but Romain has lived much longer than that. The echoes of other times linger in his songs. Beautifully scary. Right on time for Halloween :) We'll have to ask if that event is celebrated in France, the country of his birth. What the French celebrate for SURE: education. And a beloved transplant knows all about that. At Berklee first (scholarship), he was then accepted at the Monk Institute (another scholarship!). During that time, he was fortunate to be able to tour with two key legends who oversee admissions into the school: Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. He also studied with Ron Carter, Charlie Haden and Mulgrew Miller.
2008 saw his debut "stick" with Jazz critics. "The Rise and Fall of Pipokuhn" created a reverberation throughout the community - and Romain was invited to join the esteemed Marian McPartland on her popular "Jazz Piano" radio show. In 2012, this "visionary" (NPR) joined us on the show to tell us about "The Calling" - which resulted in more praise from those who don't tend to do so. Orchestral film scoring - and playing with Christian McBride and Lauryn Hill (among others) - kept him busy every single day. But his eye was on a third album - and here it is. Join us for a discussion of "Press Enter!" 10/29 :)
Now, you KNOW that this host/producer is loving the idea of a Philly Phriend on the show, right? Ha Ha! Gerald Veasley is not only a superb, globally known bassist - and overseer of a fabulously successful Bass Boot Camp each year - but you might remember him as an integral on-air personality at the former WJJZ in The City of Brotherly Love. Our similar WSMJ was right down the road in Baltimore. So, GV and I have a teensy weensy bit to discuss in THAT area :)
The reason for this special Wednesday show is because of Gerald's series of shows at a new venue in our shared hometown. "South" is generating MUCH buzz - because of its unbelievable food and it's JAZZ! Already, our guest has hosted Alex Bugnon - and he's about to welcome Karen Briggs on 10/22! Other guests on the horizon include the luminous Carol Riddick, Marion Meadows, Kirk Whalum and James Lloyd - some of your absolute, long-time favorite artists.
As you probably know, Gerald had a great partnership with the late/great Joe Zawinul - he played bass with Joe for seven years. He also played with Odean Pope's Saxophone Choir. And launched his solo career in 1992. Two handfuls of projects later, he has NOT slowed down. One of the highlights of time spent at the Berks Jazz Festival was enjoying the Jams within the Crowne Plaza in Reading. There, Gerald held court - with a myriad of household names stopping by to play. So, it's a no-brainer that the owners of "South" would tap our friend to invite pals to participate in the new renaissance happening for Jazz in Philly. The creation of a venue like this means a LOT to those of us who love the genre. Orrin Evans is actually doing his own series there - with "the other side of the aisle" in terms of style. ALL kinds of Jazz!
See you on 10/21 at ONE p.m. Eastern - GV joins us then!
While 30 percent of family businesses transfer to the next generation, less than one quarter of them are still producing the same product. So how can you plan an exit strategy? Host Bart Jackson brings on financial advisor Paula Brancato to lay out a smooth, adjustable, and ongoing system that allows you to ride the product-obsolescence rollercoaster and still exit your business – with it thriving and you smiling. Honored by Brava SmartCEO as one of the top female business leaders in 2015, Paula claims a long history of guiding owners and companies through the transfer stage profitably. Tune in and learn what instruments you should be wisely employing now to make your own future wealthy and the transfer of power seamless.
I intend to shed LIGHT on those dark areas and put together life tools that will HOLD US UP & ACCOUNTABLE. Ask yourself what tools are you using to get you through this life because what you use, will use you!!
Disregard the people, place and things you encounter...?
You are lying to yourself, cheating yourself from the opportunity to be GREAT, stealing your purpose, tearing yourself down and disregarding the spirit that wishes to guide you into something magnificent. We often use things like anger, hate and judgment incorrectly and they become toxic, ultimately exploding, ripping apart neighborhoods in riot, terrorizing nations and taking lives.
As a planet we hate each other for things like race, sex and social status and that hate has in turned use us to segregate, humiliate and kill one another. Can you see that?
We’re so dead-set against using “good judgment” that the judgment we do use, ends up uses us to bully, belittle and breakdown.Our anger should rise up when we see the injustice of life but it is the misdirected anger that actually causes us to be instruments of injustice. We have got to use another tool to create balance and harmony. BUT we FIRST must identify if we even want harmony or if we want to be synchronized one with the other? We’ve lived out of alignment for so long that we aren’t sure what’s right, what’s offensive, what’s appropriate, what’s effective…what’s love!? Are you ready to use LOVE!?
AJ has over 14 years of film and games experience with an emphasis on animation, motion capture and visual storytelling. In 2007, AJ moved to Los Angeles to animate on Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, then led the creation of key action sequences for James Cameron on Avatar as a Lead Virtual Cinema Artist. As a Previsualization Supervisor, AJ has collaborated with directors Bill Condit, Peter Berg, Chris Colombus, Brad Bird, Matt Reeves and others, designing action and visual effects heavy sequences for films such as AVATAR, Twilight: Breaking Dawn 1&2, Iron Man 2, Battleship, 47 Ronin, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Tomorrowland.
Carolina Parakeet, which he also wrote and edited, is his directorial debut. His second short, The Smiling Man, has been featured on Fangoria, Dread Central, Horror Film Central, Legless Corpse and Film Shortage and is currently enjoying its award-winning festival run, including winning Best Super Short Horror Film at Shriekfest 2015.
All of us who treasure being True Funk Soldiers are excited about welcoming back Greg Adams :) TFS is what we are who follow East Bay Soul, and Greg is the one who founded this fabulous assembly of talent. The group is enjoying the success of its current album, "That's Life" (the third from EBS) - and Greg has a lot to say about the project and about an upcoming event that is extremely close to his heart.
But, meanwhile, there's a lot to say about GREG! This is a born leader in the music industry. Over four decades of giving us joy via that trumpet, arranging, songwriting, and WAY more (including mentoring) have earned him a place in our hearts forever. Greg had 14 albums as founding member of Tower of Power - he arranged those beautiful horns within those vinyl walls! He has had six solo works - and - ready for this? - over 600 recordings all told! With household names. Matter-of-fact, go back to Santana's "Everything is Everything" and Elton John's "The Bitch is Back" - Greg has been a HUGE part of musical history.
Hey, if he had never done anything besides co-writing the theme (with good friend, Paul Shaffer) for the "Late Night with David Letterman" Show, it might have been enough ;) But look at the "so much else" involved! Including score arrangements for favorite films through the years.
"That's Life" is the name of the latest East Bay Soul effort - and it's doing SO well that True Funk Soldiers are smiling broadly! In conjunction with the album's buzz, there is an important endeavor happening on 10/24. "The Mike Jones Kidney Foundation Evening of Jazz." Greg is PASSIONATE about this cause - and he'll explain why when he visits our show on 10/15. It will be a special Birthday Show - so you won't want to miss it!
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