SORT BY Relevancy
One hour of music from the late, great Spencer Bell as we celebrate his life on the day of his passing. Check out Spencer's story at www.spencerbellmemorial.ning.com and donate to help fight against Adrenal Cancer to the University of Michigan's Adrenal Cancer Program in honor of Spencer.
The Spencer Bell Memorial joins us as we check out all 43 minutes of the second Spencer Bell Tribute Album. We are also celebrating the birthday of Spencer Bell, a musician who passed away from Adrenal Cancer in 2006. Help us celebrate his legacy and listen to some great music.
Special guests and cohosts will be joining us.
Artists on Demand is joined by the friends, family, and fans of the late Spencer Bell to promote the upcoming release of the Spencer Bell Tribute Album (Volume 1). We will be playing Spencer's versions of each of the songs, promoting presales, and doing some fun giveaways!
It's that time of year again! The SBL Concert in Michigan is closing in and its time for us to promote and celebrate the life of Spencer Bell. A new twist has been added to this show... instead of the usual layout... we are sticking to Music and Concert Details. An hour jam packed with some of your favorite Spencer tunes ever. Tune in and also check out www.spencerbellmemorial.com
Spencer Bell was taken from this earth Dec.3rd, 2006. We are going to bring his voice to the center of attention as we celebrate his life and his work. Join us as we talk about everything Spencer Bell related and enjoy his music with fellow Spencer fans! Make sure to check out his music at www.spencerbellmemorial.com
Tune in for a one of a kind show! Honoring Spencer Bell. His music has inspired many and you will hear from just a few of many he has influenced. With appearances from Pierce from Tin Tin Can, Drew and the Medicinal Pen, Bill & Deb Bell, Dan Graupner and more! We will talk about Spencer's music, play some sneak peeks from the new album Live and Wasted, and talk about the Spencer Bell Legacy Show and the live feed coming from Callahan's on Aug. 15th! You won't want to miss this!
in Pop Culture
When we were at the Detroit Policy Conference last week, we attended a panel on transit and found it to be disappointing. Although we do need to rally around the new Regional Transit Authority, focusing on the “millage millage millage” isn’t going to be the answer to get a solution passed. The RTA needs to work with SMART and DDOT (the suburban and city bus systems) to make some low- to no-cost changes now and have early wins to show their efficacy, such as route and schedule coordination.
General Sports Talk with your hosts Robert Ford, JaQuan Jenkins & Andre Peterson.
Topics to include:
1. Spurrier Resigns
2. USC fires Steve Sarkisian
3. Who should USC hire?
4. Is Leonard Fournette further advanced at this stage than Herschel and Bo?
5. CFB Predictions: #18. UCLA at #15. Stanford, #17. Iowa at #20. Northwestern, #10. Alabama at #9. Texas A&M, #7. Michigan State at #12. Michigan, #8. Florida at #6. LSU
6. MLB Postseason Update
7. Should Don Mattingly be on the Chopping block if Dodgers loses this series.
7. NFL Top 5 Teams
8. Saved by the Bell, Steelers beat Chargers on last play of the game.
9. Chiefs loses Jamaal Charles for the season.
10. Seahawks have blown the 2nd most 4th Quarter leads since 2012.
11. Fantasy Shout outs
12. Andrew Luck & Marshawn Lynch are expected to return in Week 6
13. NFL Predictions: Arizona at Pittsburgh, Cincinnati at Buffalo, and New England at Indianapolis
14. Who are the NBA's top 5 clutch shooters?
15. Michael Jordan believes Jeremy Lin will help lead the Hornets to the Playoffs
Tonight we continue our review and critique of Michael Hatcher's presentation on the Law of Moses, When Did It End?. We will focus on Romans 7, and whether two covernants can co-exist? Hatcher inconsistently and incorrectly argue they cannot. However, as demonstrated in last week's program, this fallacy was exposed.
Hatcher acknowledges that the kingdom would be established during the days of the Roman Empire. He also acknowledges it would be crushed during the same time. What Hather does not understand is that the time the latter occurs is the judgment! It is the equivalent of 2 Tim. 4;1 and many other such judgment or second coming texts. Hatcher makes this Pentecost. He knows those kingdoms were not destoyed at Pentecost.
He claims Rome was not destroyed until the 5th century, thus by his logic, judgment occurred in the 5th century.
He also makes comments on Col. 2:14-16, Heb. 7:11-12 and 2 Cor. 3:11 and Heb. 8. We will do our best to address all texts in today's broadcast.
Tune in today to hear the continuation of this discussion.