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  • 01:00

    Music with a Message with Champale Parks

    in Spirituality

    Music with a Message with Champale Parks


    Writer of worship and praise hits such as, “You are my joy”, and “My Everything", Roderick "Rod-Wil" Wilborn has emerged as one of Christian music’s most energetic  Praise and worship leaders. His musicianship can be heard on different albums such as Rhonda Crowder(Pour Down) and Mike Teezy(Scurrrrrr, Coming out Gold) just to name a few.


    Tonight at 8pm est - 7pm cst right here on His Heart Network

  • 01:40

    LOTL The Comfort Zone Welcomes Shamora. Debuts " #LOVE " & “Do It For Me "

    in Music

    Shamora. Debuts new singles  " #LOVE " &  “Do It For Me " from her fantastic New  Albums " Substance Abuse & Substance Abuse ... The Altar ".  Producer, Songwriter, Arranger and Artist are all incredible talents. Combine them into one human being, and you get a humble yet extraordinary talent known simply as Shamora.

    Her work throughout the years with artists such as Elton John, Mary J. Blige, J. LO, Blu Cantrell, Brandy, and Posh Spice have made her one of the industry’s most in-demand talents. The release of Monica’s platinum certified album “After The Storm” in which Shamora wrote three songs “Hurts The Most”, “Breaks My Heart”, and “I Wrote This Song”, marked an exciting new chapter in Shamora’s career. The songs in which some reviews were noted as “outstanding” and “beautiful” propelled Shamora to the top of many artist’s and songwriter’s lists. Her work with some of the industry’s top producers like: Toby Gad, Jermaine Dupri, Soulshock and Karlin, Darryl Simmons, Stargate, and more has helped sell millions. As if that were not enough, her contributions to the Gospel group Virtue’s album Free, landed her a covenant Dove Award Nomination and further secured her place in history as a talent with limitless boundaries

  • 00:31

    Stories Behind The Music- Stevie Ray Vaughn- Lost Rider's Biography Series

    in Music

    Lost Rider's "legends of Rock" Biography Series of Famous Guitar Players and Bands continues with the Legendary, Stevie Ray Vaughn. Stevie Ray Vaughan, who died just 36 days short of his 36th birthday, played with blistering, note-bending intensity, a gut-wrenching vibrato and tons of soul. His all-too abbreviated legacy-five albums as a leader and a number of powerful sideman stints - ended with a long overdue collaboration with older brother Jimmie Lee Vaughan, on the posthumously released Family Style. A well-balanced mixture of driving rock and roll, smooth R&B, earthy funk and heartfelt blues, the album took SRV full circle, back to his South Dallas days, paying tribute to the music the Vaughan boys listened to and loved in the Sixties and Seventies.

  • 01:20

    TRUMPETER GREG ADAMS

    in Entertainment

    Trumpeter Greg Adams and his band East Bay Soul are back with what should be a smash album for them called That’s Life, as they harness some of that ol’ Greg Adams CD Tower of Power feel (like that found on the lead track “Little Black Dress”) as well as some other creative presentations.


    Eclecticism, innovativeness, soul, and a full-blown commitment to excellence – this is the stuff great albums must include as ingredients for success. Adams and his band have sailed this one out of the park, in my opinion. Give it a good listen. – Ronald Jackson, The Smooth Jazz Ride.


    Follow Greg on Facebook, East Bay Soul, and Twitter.

  • 01:31

    Music Journalist Alli Marshall, Musician Joey Stuckey,

    in Pop Culture

    Music Journalist Alli Marshall has begun the promotional tour for her first novel, How to Talk to Rockstars, which was inspired by her years of interviewing musicians. The Western New York native was transplanted to Western North Carolina via Goddard College where she earned her MFA in Creative Writing before landing a job as the arts & entertainment reporter at Asheville’s alt-weekly news and arts paper, Mountain Xpress. A dozen years later she’s still at it, regularly interviewing musicians and artists of all genres, reviewing albums and writing articles. She also serves as the arts section editor at Xpress.


    Musician, songwriter and performer Joey Stuckey has no boundaries. In his spare time, we're guessing he never sleeps, he is a producer, adjunct professor, TV show host, studio engineer - at his own Shadow Studios - husband, and very active in his community of Macon, Georgia. He's worked with and is highly respected by many of music's luminaries. While in Nashville working a production gig with legendary Alan Parsons he suggested a subtle change with one of the instruments would greatly improve the recording. After testing the idea, Parsons deferred to his judgement and followed it by directing the crew to follow Stuckey's direction without question. Yet even the Eye In The Sky guy likely never imagined he would see video proof of the Macon guitar slinger carjacking a woman's BMW to get to a gig in the video for his Blues song Blind Man Drivin'.


    Mme Perry also had a few surprise guests that night!


    We welcome your calls.

  • 03:01

    Slam Allen, Anthony Gomes, Jason Ricci & WORLD PREMIER Victor Wainwright

    in Music

    Show # 270 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"


    Slam Allen began his musical journey performing in the family band, The Allen Brothers before spending nine years as guitarist, lead singer and frontman for the legenday James Cotton. Now, his new album Feel These Blues is showcasing Slam as his own man, forging a new trail. Slam and I will talk about his journey and we will explore his many influences and what it feels like to influence the new generation of Blues Artists.


    Anthony Gomes was raised in Toronto and began plying in his early teens.In the late 90's he moved to Chicago and had a brief stint with Magic Slim & The Teardrops before he was recognised as "Best Unsigned Blues Band" by Buddy Guy's Legends. His music has charted on Billboard, been awarded numerous accolades and awards and now Anthony has release Electric Field Hollar with a dozen original tracks. Anthony and I will discuss his career.


    In addition to his solo albums, Jason Ricci has appeared as a guest harmonica player on albums with Johnny Winter, Ana Popovic, Walter Trout, & The Mannish Boys among others. He was named "Best Harmonica Player" at the 2010 Blues Music Awards, and has won a Grammy Award for his contribution to the 2014 Johnny Winter album Step Back. In February 2015, Ricci began a national tour with a new band named Jason Ricci and the Bad Kind. I will speak with Jason about his road, which has not always been so smooth.


    WORLD PREMIER - Victor Wainwright returns to The Couch to share his upcoming release Boom Town two weeks before it drops! The album is a winner and Victor and I will discuss the last year of touring and getting healthy and more.


     


     

  • 00:33

    D.J.appaloosa~Son of Helios Creed~The CHROME BABY~GirlgeoRadio.5.17.15

    in Entertainment

    Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show #122-70..


    5-17-15.Sun.3pm (pst).5pm (cst).6pm (est) ~ also Helios Creed  calls in~


    Interview::Eric Adrian Helsley..Artist/turntablist/musician


    Well the appaloosa don't fall far from the tree..


    in Groups called: Vinyl Time Travelers..&  Icehorse.


    in the top ten in world wide D.J. contest..DMC.


    Done some Scratching on Dark Matter..& Helios Creed Albums.


    Oh He Skate Boards Too..


    DragonSlayerProductions..Girlgeo Rocker..Berkeley,Ca.

  • 01:26

    2Steel Girls Live

    in Military

    Join us this week as we welcome the country music band, 2Steel Girls. Some things that are meant to happen just happen. You can call it fate, you can call it luck or happenstance, but better yet lets just call it 2Steel Girls. In just a few short years the mother daughter country, rock-pop duo from Nashville, went from their first public performance at the legendary Bluebird Cafe’ in April 2011 to performing in front of an audience of millions on The Voice in 2012, releasing their first independent single on The Today Show in 2013, the Hallmark Channel, touring over 250 performance dates, public and television appearances. They are currently recording their second fan funded CD at Blackbird Studios in Nashville with “A List” musicians that have played on albums including, Genesis, Journey, Blake Shelton, Vince Gill, Amy Grant and more. The single will be released spring/early summer 2015 and CD to follow shortly thereafter. We will talk to 2Steel Girls about their upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at their music, feature their latest songs, and ask them to share their message for the troops. Please be sure to visit 2Steel Girls at http://2steelgirls.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with them during the show (718) 766-4193. If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Be sure to join us, Sunday 5/17/2015 at 4 PM EDT! Our message to the troops....WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

  • 00:22

    THE STORY OF SLEEPING BEAUTY

    in Podcasting

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    CRICKET RECORDS THE STORY OF SLEEPING BEAUTY


    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:


    www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or oscssw@juno.com


    THE STORY OF SLEEPING BEAUTY Part 1 / Part 2 CRICKET RECORDS C132 1953


    Norman Rose (1917 – 2004) was an actor, film narrator and radio announcer whose velvety baritone was often called "the Voice of God" by colleagues. He was best known as the voice of fictitious coffee grower Juan Valdez in the Colombian coffee television commercials.


    Pickwick Records (originally formed as Pickwick Sales Corporation, later Pickwick International) was founded in 1950 by Cy Leslie, whose first business was a prerecorded greeting card service that in 1946 turned into Voco Records, a label of children's records. In 1957, after successfully marketing their Cricket children's label of 78 and 45rpm records,


    Cy Leslie reorganized Pickwick Sales Corp. in 1952 out of Voco, which had begun in 1946 producing recorded greeting cards, elaborately designed kiddie picture discs with cardboard backings and finally multicolored vinyl records. Cricket was the successor to Voco, making its debut with Pickwick itself on May 25, 1953; "my wife's birthday" as Leslie later recalled. Cricket was the first product line offered by Pickwick Sales Corp. According to Leslie, "Good fortune introduced me to an early genius, Eli Oberstein. He owned a vast catalog which included many children's albums, which he agreed to lease, thus beginning Pickwick's first licensing – The Pickwick Cricket line of children's records.

  • 01:58

    Why are we seeing so much violence in the inner cities? Topic Police Brutality

    in Radio

    Join the conversation with the hosts of DJ FEMMIE HIP HOP HOUSE & R&B Radio


    #DJ FEMMIE #DJ BYRON HALL #ARLENE RAMONA #CO CO T - PRINCESS OF CHAT AND #DOLLA BILL CLEVE our newest Saturday host. STARTING MAY 24TH we will have regularly scheduled live music guests - today is HIP HOP AND Rap Day we play the latest joints old school joints and also discuss the latest celebrity and US topics


    THE CALL IN #IS 215-383-3759 PRESS ONE TO SPEAK TO THE HOST STAY ON THE LINE TO JUST LISTEN


    MUSIC - CHAT - HIP HOP RAP HOT TOPICS


    WE ARE ON AIR ALL WEEKEND FROM 3 PM TO 5 PM EST


     

  • 01:49

    Andre Controversa Presents: Civil Asset Forfeiture and Police Executions

    in Politics Conservative

    We already have tonight's show lined up. We had a lively debate yesterday, and we're on a roll, so why not have another?


    Tonight, May 14th, at 9-00 p.m. CST, we will once again address the sticky issue of police violence, with two distinguished guests. We will be joined for the first hour by Brandi Grayson, co-founder of a coalition called Young, Gifted and Black.


    We will be discussing the recent police shooting of Tony Robinson in Madison Wisconsin. Our question for debate will be; Tony Robinson, police execution or act of self-defense? Brandi's sparring partner will be Derrick Green, a ministerial candidate and student at Fuller Theological Seminary, and a member of the black conservative group, Project 21. Let's hope it's a real dog and pony show like the last one we had; I'm up for some hot and heavy action.


    Our second hour will focus on the despicable practice of civil asset forfeiture. Most of you at libertarianrepublican.net probably know that police departments, under the color of federal drug laws, have the right to seize money or property found on civilians, if they even suspect those assets were obtained illegally. A person doesn't even have to be charged with a crime; they are presumed guilty until proven innocent. With us to discuss this travesty is San Diego Attorney Michael Pancer, who defense multiple plaintiffs on this issue. He is scheduled for 30 minutes, but Jim and I can take up the rest of the hour chatting about current events and giving our wise and astute political commentary.