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Aaron A. Kaplan is a symphonic film composer as well as an orchestrator, pianist, and songwriter. His music can be heard on radio, television, and film and his musical portraits continue to be widely acclaimed. Kaplan's fame as a composer continues to spread as his works are performed throughout North America, the Orient, and Europe. Although he is noted for romantic scores and melodic symphonic works, he also can compose music for any style or genre and his music has been used in a wide variety of movie and documentary film scores.
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Pop Artist Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Tina Diggs, Dana Burnell & TJ Jones of the Gothic Metal band, A Persuasive Reason.
They will discuss the band's work on their debut release. Already they have received great support and popularity from both the American and South American markets with some early track releases and teasers.
This episode is Sponsored by Metal Babe Mayhem
Next time on Third Eye Cinema: it's Ladies' Night, with a triumvirate of female fronted metal!
First, we feature a young woman who came out of a rather unusual background as a child pop star in her native Sweden. Joining forces with a noted guitarist on the current AOR scene, she’s back in the public eye with a new band that brings back the glory days of good time, cruisin’ with the top down L.A. style metal!
Join us as we chat with the lovely Tave Wanning of Adrenaline Rush!
Then we talk to two more voices in the new renaissance of gothic metal!
First up, we chat with a woman who came out of a solo pop career in her native Finland to join forces with a notable band in the gothic metal scene. Losing both their former vocalist and half of their guitar team during a major band shakeup a few years back, the band returns to the fray with a very different style of vocalist, moving out of a more particularly gothic-symphonic milieu into more of a power metal inflected, radio friendly take on gothic metal.
Please join us as we speak to the lovely Päivi Virkkunen, better known as Capri of Amberian Dawn!
Finally, we speak to the first true gothic symphonic metal act to hail from domestic shores!
Originally hailing from Texas and now based out of Minnesota, we speak with two members of a brand new act who may very well be the first truly symphonically oriented gothic metal band ever to hail from the USA! With a pronounced power metal influence bolstered by prominent, unusually busy guitar work and operatic vocals, they’ve self released one of the more notable albums in the new gothic-symphonic revival!
Please join us as we welcome vocalist Chelsea Knaack and drummer Jordan Ames of Heliosaga!
Week 87 (Sun. Sept. 7) - Adrenaline Rush, Amberian Dawn and Heliosaga
Welcome back to the Charred Side of Entertainment. Tonight Char is solo and that could be dangerous. Chat-room will be open to join in and chat. Tonight the format is a little different. Char will be playing some music she found while surfing youtube and paying tribute to the late great comediene Joan Rivers tonight on Charred Remains Radio.
Music featured from: The Strokes, Band of Skulls, Speedy Ortiz, Ravenscroft, Gothic Tropic, Battle Beast, Delain,DemonBoy Winger. Click on the bands and LIKE their FB pages and find out more about each one's own style of music.
If you like urban fantasy and would like to know, what it was like for me running a used bookstore, click and read my book, Ogres of the Hickory Cottage available on Amazon.
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From Turku, Finland comes yet another amazing progressive/symphonic metal band called Severnica. From the US comes another rap band with zero talent. I think I need to take my show, and vocal/guitar abilities somewhere they would be appreciated. I don't know..maybe Finland? Sweden? Denmark? But then, there would be nobody in the US to tell everyone how much awesome great music comes from there. Oh well...Guess I'm staying and taking one for Team USA.
Still, the metal coming from there is amazing, and Severnica is no exception.
Most of the progressive/ symphonic metal is heavy on the keyboards. It adds mystique, and intrigue. Severnica is driven by keyboards, as all 4 of the songs on their EP, Long Lost Longing start with them. Its a little wrinkle in the genre that gives Severnica a uniqueness...All of these bands have a uniqueness to them which makes this genere of heavy metal even more interesting.
http://severnica.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/SevernicaOfficial Twitter. @severnica
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Queens on GD's A Touch of Grace Presents....
Laura Poindexter - Spiritual Poet, Radio Producer and Host of The Literary Corner. She joins GD on his highly acclaimed #BlogTalkRadio show to discuss recovery, radio, and poetry on Sunday, 8/24/2014, @ 1:30PM, p.s.t.
From Any Phone Call 347-215-7169 during the live show; press 1 to talk to host/guest
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More About Laura Poindexter
Laura Poindexter a native New Yorker (Harlem) worked for (18) yrs. as an Altruistic Community Leader & Social Services Professional within the City of Baltimore. This was an ideal profession based on the fact that she was recovering from pretty much everything. The most extensive recovery period is 29 yrs. and counting.
Her commitment for this field of service could not be denied, as she passionately blazed a trail, making an indelible mark in the field of Human Services Now 48 yrs. old a recently anomaly of events had caused her to once again become dismayed with her existence. Addiction no longer an option she chose to write for her life. Her writings are admittedly inspired by pain, frustration and utter confusion concerning the God of “her” understanding and how he had elected to perfectly orchestrate the various sonatas in her life; but alas, failed to tie them together in symphonic harmony...
Also, a Blog Talk Radio Producer & host for "The Literary Corner", Laura brings passionate enthusiasm to this platform, paying it forward by giving aspiring artist, new as well as established business & NPO's the opportunity to shine.
On the August 20, 2014 edition of "Nature Of Reality Radio" I welcom Tom Montalk who is a fellow truth hunter on a quest to expose the dark and empower the light. His primary goal is to help others arm themselves with knowledge to better fulfill their evolutionary potential. After studying physics and electrical engineering for four years, he left college to pursue more independent research. His interests include spirituality, quantum and scalar physics, alienology, alchemy, gnosticism and hermeticism, forbidden history, and composing music (symphonic and epic doom metal).
Tom's site: http://montalk.net
When is a freemason not a freemason?
Freemasonry is vulnerable to mockery but which is worse. The balefulness of cowans or the indifference of a Brother who fails to live out his obligations? We owe each entered apprentice the training and guidence he requires to help him achieve this masonic goals, to reach his masonic potential. When we put this out to a group of freemasons, the room files with conjecture, criticism and defensiveness. So I'll not do that. What I offer are some ideas to move the discussion along.
It is plausible, the dynamic tensions we experience within the lodge are necessary to maintain the orbit of masonic principles. Mystery of freemasonry is the oxygen we breathe. The individual mind is a fertile ground that fights the suffocation of compliance to assert the need to calculate those aspects of experience needed to achieve our goals.
Some people find a symphony discordant and unfamilar. Others find the achievement of symphonic music captures them. I cannot add to that conversation without saying, if we do not appreciate an achievement because he have not learned it's importance, then the risk is not so much toward the object of achievement as it is to limiting growth. Taste? Good manners? Culture? Refinement? Acceptance? Flexibility? Where is the Bigger Man when you need him?
I could use some help here brethren. We should talk...
This week on Third Eye Cinema: the lovely Dianne Van Giersbergen joins us to talk a new renaissance in gothic metal!
Coming to the attention of metal fans as a founding member of experimental progressive act Ex Libris, she now brings her operatically dramatic lyric, nigh-bel canto soprano tones to bear in conjunction with a longstanding gothic metal act whose sound has taken a decided turn for the better!
With their recent Sacrificium building and improving upon 2012's already impressive Neverworld's End, they join a growing number of veteran acts such as Leaves Eyes and Delain whose latest releases spearhead what's looking to be a long awaited revitalization of the scene, hearkening back to it's early to mid millenial heyday!
Please do join us as we speak to a leading light in the restoration of the gothic symphonic metal scene to its former glories, the lovely and talented Dianne Van Giersbergen, only here on Third Eye Cinema!
Week 82 (Sun. May 25) - Dianne Van Giersbergen of Xandria
This week on Third Eye Cinema: we speak with one of the two men behind a long running symphonic metal band with a difference!
Joining the band shortly after the recording of their debut album, he and vocalist Silvio Massaro have taken over and held high the flag of bombastic, melodic and uniquely emotional European-style metal for the better part of their nearly two decade long career!
One of the few notable bands of its genre and approach to hail from the nation that brought us Crocodile Dundee, kickboxer Richard Norton, wrestlers the Bushwackers and the vegemite sandwich, they have survived both personal loss and the departure of the entire original lineup to deliver what may very well be the crowning jewel in their 20 plus year career!
Join us for an entertaining conversation with one of Australia's finest, the one and only Chris Porcianko of Vanishing Point!
Week 79 (Sun. May 4): Chris Porcianko of Vanishing Point
This week on Third Eye Cinema: gothic Viking chanteuse Liv Kristine returns to talk Leaves Eyes!
As a founding member of the band who nigh singlehandedly birthed the gothic metal genre, Theatre of Tragedy, and with four further albums under her belt as a solo act, Liv has progressed to the pinnacle of fame fronting the classiest and most beloved of pagan/symphonic acts, the mighty Leaves Eyes, alongside husband, producer and mastermind Alex Krull (Atrocity, Mastersound Studios)!
With their latest Symphonies of the Night representing a strong return to form hearkening back to the days of Lovelorn, Vinland Saga and particularly the excellent Legend Land, please join us as we speak to one of the true leading lights in gothic and pagan metal, the lovely and talented Liv Kristine, only here on Third Eye Cinema!
On Tuesday May 13th at 3pm est,2pm cst and Noon pst, join Dean Swett, President of the Paramour Group, as he talks to the one and only Ken Pike, lead singer of Absolon. Joining Ken guitarist Tyler Colick will also be talking with Dean. Let's hear all the exciting news that Ken and Tyler will be sharing with our listeners. Check out Absolon's website :
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