• 01:04

    STAND TALL RADIO`KICKIN IN THE COUNTRY' WITH ANGIE PATTON

    in Music

    TODAY ON STAND TALL RADIO, RACHEL JACKSON INTERVIEWS  Angie Patton, and amazing Songwriter/ country music singer from LONDON, KY.  JOIN US.
    ANGIES BIO.
    No statement rings more true than the words of country artist Angie Patton. A native of London, KY, Angie is genuinely proud of where she comes from, “I’m a country girl to the core and very proud of my Kentucky roots.” Her collection of stories includes personal experiences and lessons from her own life or those close to her. Angie leaves no closed doors when it comes to embracing all avenues of music. The growing list of songs she has written range from traditional country with an occasional bluegrass twist, to folk and even some with a gospel touch. But that does not take away from where Angie’s passion lies and that’s in the heart of country music.Angie’s passion for music is deep-rooted. Coming from a musically-inclined family, she grew up surrounded by singing and playing, whether at church or the family front porch music sessions. At 3-years old her uncle, then pastor of the church, handed her a microphone and let her sing her heart out for the first time. She realized singing didn’t only bring a genuine joy to her, but to the audiences as well. That’s where the dream began.Angie’s first song was inspired by her dad, written for his 70th birthday. “It’s a very warm, heartfelt melody that tells the story of the love my dad has shown for me throughout my life and the appreciation that I have for his honesty and integrity.” After sharing the song with close family and friends, the inspiration grew and fueled the decision to take the journey after her dream.
     
     
     

  • 01:27

    The Awakening - Stand Tall

    in Politics Conservative

    For G_d, For Country, For Freedom.


    Remember when to be an American meant standing tall with a pride unmatched in this world?


     

  • 00:16

    " Week 10 When the dust settles, only the elite players will stand tall"

    in Sports

    What another exciting week in the myEcon league as we had some great games by some great teams. Once again the Rams pulled out another close victory with a small margain against a tough Niner team. The Panthers held home court against the tough Saints, but used a turnover filled day by New Orleans and won easy down in Carolina. The Patriots had a great impressive win against the tough and rentless Broncos, and the Browns continued their winning ways by shutting down the Raiders. The texans are still winning as they got past the Eagles, and the league is looking strong as ever. Week 10 is near, and its time to rock and roll. 

  • 02:06

    The King Me Show: We Stand Tall Even When We Fall

    in Radio

    Some of us were born in the darkness. The choices we made either made life better or ruined life. Alot of us die spiritual, giving up hope, no growth no self love just lost. Some of us want to change but feel that our love ones or society will throw the pass back in our face. We fall and we hurt just like women. Why do some of us fall and never get back up to at least try to make a change? Is it meant for everyone to wake up? Vibe with us to find out.

  • 01:05

    Stand TALL & Have It All! w/Danielle Mercurio & Jenna Cooley

    in Goals

    Do you find that you are always putting other people first in life?  Or that you'll never really find satisfaction until you can master the art of perfection?


    Host Danielle Mercurio, will interview Professional Coach, Jenna Cooley , about her signature system to help women "Stand Tall & Have It All!"  We'll discuss the ways you may be holding back from your true confidence and how to shift into a more fulfilling and satisfying life!  Isn't it time to stand up for what YOU want?


    **Note all broadcasts are available for recording via the same link immediately following the show.


    Jenna Cooley helps leaders and businesses stand tall and have it all!  As a coach and consultant, Jenna is passionate about empowering individuals to know what “having it all” means to them and boldly and confidently shifting their thinking, feelings and actions in a way that maximizes fulfillment in each area of their lives.  Learn more about Jenna by visiting www.jennacooleycoaching.com


    Danielle is a lifestyle coach at New You City. Through group coaching and workshops, she focuses on empowering urban individuals to find their inner fabulous self and fiercely take on the city pavements! She hosts "New You City Chat" every 1st and 3rd Tuesday evening on the LCRN.  Learn more about D by going to www.newyoucitycoaching.com

  • Make a Stand: Ending Child Slavery with Vivienne Harr

    in Self Help

    Chat and Warm-up Music starts at 8:30 am Pacific, 11:30 am Eastern.


    Ilene and her Guest(s) start the interviews at 9am Pacific, 12-noon Eastern.


    Ilene is working with a family medical emergency, and is unable to do a live show this week. Instead, she is offering you our most charming (while also serious) show from this year. Ilene will be live again in the New Year. In the meantime, check this out!  


    You’re 8 years old and you learn that some children in the world don’t get to run and play, hug their parents, or eat well. That’s because they’ve been sold into slavery! What do you do about it if you’re a kid? If you’re Vivienne Harr, you create a plan for making $100,000 selling lemonade, and start working every day! 38 third grade students from Merryhill School in Sacramento are learning Financial Literacy. They’re asking the questions in this remarkable show in which kids put their heads together to make their world a better place. Click here to visit Vivienne Harr's website.

  • 01:33

    Stand Up Hudson Valley Episode 4

    in Politics

    Join hosts Emily Convers and John Allegro every Sunday night at 7pm for  "Stand Up Hudson Valley".  This week, we'll talk about the NY Regional Economic Development Councils' $630,000 grants to KJ for the village's water and sewer systems.  Is the Kiryas Joel leadership being rewarded for bad behavior?


    We want to know what you think.  "Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live, open-line show, where your public comment is welcome.

  • 03:00

    Over Time Show

    in Entertainment

    May 11      May 12


    Haters


    Never let someone else decide how good you are. And never make an exception to that rule.

    Your words, and your unique we of expressing them, are a gift given to you. If someone else doesn't appreciate them, then good for them. It's not their gift, so it has nothing to do with them. Its your responsibility to respect your gifts and to protect them from negativity; typical of these lower life forms, called Haters; annoying little creatures that feed off of other people's energy and hard work - they spawn fairly quickly and dewl in the depths of social media, hidden behind computer and smartphone screens. Usually over-weight, bad breath, single and filthy broke. Hindered by limited hand-eye coordination; they simply suck at every thing. They are pretty pathetic, in person. I mean they look human, but have no spinal cord, so they don't stand up straight. Their habitats similar to that of a large roach, just messier with and more filth. I hear they are contagious, so be careful. Don't let their negativity rub off on you, or you will end up like one of them. A soulless zombie, paroling posts looking for a something stupid to say.

  • 00:59

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    Buddy Solitaire is an uplifting narrative feature about a struggling stand up comedian who teaches a comedy class to the mentally ill.


    Join us as we speak with writer/director/producer Kuang Lee about his inspiration for this film and how laughter truly is the best medicine.  Check out his Kickstarter campaign for the film here.


    Hosted by William Battle

  • 00:42

    12 Days of Breakthrough, Healing, Deliverance and Thanks for 2015

    in Social Networking

    Beloved, I pray that you may prosper just as your souls prosper in the Lord Jesus Christ. As we are approaching 2015, I am challenging you to volitionally (willfully-your own decision) join me on a 12 days of prayer starting from December 19, 2014 through January 1, 2015. These 12 days will be a period of anointing, power, healing (wholeness), deliverance, miracles and of course of thanks. As 2014 is being burried with all its caotic experiences, we need to move toward the new year with confidence and hope in God, giving thanks for all He has done, whether visible or invisible, seen or unseen, natural or super-natural. As we are approaching 2015, we need to put on the whole amor of God; we need the anointing of the Holy Spirit, be shielded by the blood of Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy spirit. Hebrews 4:16 declares, "Let us come boldly to the throne of Grace that we may obtain mercy, and grace to help and time of needs." We are not sure of how many times of need will be facing in 2015; therefore, join me and be prepared, and do whatever you need to stand for your family, your love ones, your victory, your blessings, your health, your protection and success for 2015 and years to come. 


    Pastor Dominique Michel

  • 02:50

    free style friday's

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    Haters


    Never let someone else decide how good you are. And never make an exception to that rule.

    Your words, and your unique we of expressing them, are a gift given to you. If someone else doesn't appreciate them, then good for them. It's not their gift, so it has nothing to do with them. Its your responsibility to respect your gifts and to protect them from negativity; typical of these lower life forms, called Haters; annoying little creatures that feed off of other people's energy and hard work - they spawn fairly quickly and dewl in the depths of social media, hidden behind computer and smartphone screens. Usually over-weight, bad breath, single and filthy broke. Hindered by limited hand-eye coordination; they simply suck at every thing. They are pretty pathetic, in person. I mean they look human, but have no spinal cord, so they don't stand up straight. Their habitats similar to that of a large roach, just messier with and more filth. I hear they are contagious, so be careful. Don't let their negativity rub off on you, or you will end up like one of them. A soulless zombie, paroling posts looking for a something stupid to say.


     


     

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