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John T. Wayne, grandson of “the Duke” John Wayne, joins Rick to say that America cannot be free without God. Tennessee Pastor Dale Walker tells Rick why he walked out of his former denomination.
Gregg Jackson and Juda Myers
"40 Things to Tell Your Children and Challenging Rape Related Abortion"
On today’s program we will begin by speaking with Gregg Jackson. He is joining us again, this time to talk about his newest book entitled “40 Things to Tell Your Children before you Die.” In the second part of the program we will be joined by Juda Myers. She was conceived as a result of rape, and her mom chose to let her live. She will be challenging the widely accepted notion that abortion is the obvious choice in the case of rape.
Mary E., takes a little trip across the "Big Pond" to spend time with Wily Bo Walker and Dave W. Mac. Pt 1: Wily Bo Walker, London, Pt 2: Dave W. Mac, Wakefield,Yorkshire.
Wily Bo Walker is a solo artist and performer noted for his characterful vocals and swaggering 'live' performances. He is also the frontman with both ‘Rattlin Bone’ and ‘The Mescal Canyon Troubadours’. Wily Bo works across many styles and genres; blues, soul, jazz, alternative, indie, rock and adult contemporary.Having just finished working on his album 'Wily Bo Walker & The Danny Flam Big Band' (Nov 2013), Wily Bo is currently working on a solo album 'Moon Over Indigo' with Grammy Award winning musician and arranger, Danny Flam and a host of talented musicians spanning a network of musicians across the globe.Wily Bo is also working with vocalist and songwriter, Kareña K, on their own separate album; 'A Long Way From Heaven'.Wily Bo is the frontman (and performer of legend!!!) with Rattlin Bone.
Dave W. Mac is celebrating his release of his new album "In Someone Else's Eyes" Dave is currently ranked #1 through reverbnation for his genre and location. His love of Folk, country and blues comes through in his songwriting and delivery of songs. He rides on the humorous side of life. Originally from Glasgow he moved to Yorkshire at the age of 12, where he currently lives.
He is an inspirational Christian rapper known for his ability to cross into the mainstream markets, as well as an actor. His music albums include: "Redeemed Hoodlum", "Tha Life of a Hoodlum", "Tha Hoodlum's Testimony", and Bone-A-Fide. His fourth album, "The Last Street Preacha", was nominated for the Rock Gospel Album Grammy Award in 2000. It was the first rap album to debut at #7 on the Christian Contemporary Music charts. His film credits include, "The Fighting Temptations", "All You've Got" and I'm In Love with a Church Girl." He received three Grammy nominations in 2001, 2007, and 2008. He also won a Dove award in 2004 and 2008 along with 11 nominations from 1993 to 2004.
Growing up in San Francisco, drugs and gang life are the norm. As a young child, he wanted to stay away from that life. In an interview with CBN, he said, "Our icons and our people who we’re looking to are the pimps that got all the money. The drug dealers are the ones with the nice shoes and the jacket and the bling on. A lot of my fears growing up were about getting shot, getting stabbed. ... Music was something that really kept me focused and kept my head straight, because I knew I didn’t want all that life."
However, that mentality changed during his teenage years. Though his parents became Christians during this time and shared their faith with him, he wanted nothing to do with it. He said, "A lot of my friends were involved in the gang life and the drug dealing, and they were trying to pull me in. So I started hanging out with them..."
What's on your "Bucket List?" What's stopping you from achieving it?
We all have dreams, goals,desires that we are aching to accomplish, so let's talk abou it, what's on your "Bucket List"
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Sixteen studio albums (6 Gold and 2 Platinum) and forty years later George Thorogood and the Destroyers are still shredding the guitars and delivering hardcore Rock and Blues to audiences all over the world.
Rez and Andy catch up with Bad to the Bone Rocker George Thorogood on the road with his 40 Years Strong Tour and get his thoughts on what it feels like to still be performing, as well as his memories of Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and other music greats.
In the second half of the show the hosts will talk about Health and Beauty: The 18 Secrets for Longer Life and, on a lighter note, Brazilian Blowouts!
They'll also take you behind the scenes of their weekend of concerts and food trucks! Tune in and talk!
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What is your relationship like with your mother? Should mothers and daughters be friends? How does having a positive self image aid in the raising of a wonderfully self aware daughter? Moms/Daughters call in and let's talk about it.
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I tackled this topic last year and had some great conversations about it. So let's go there again. Gentrification, Part 2. The REMIX!! The New Detroit? Or is it just a way of running all the "minorities" out of the city?
What's the update on the gentrification of Detroit? What are your thoughts on Gentriification? What does Gentrification mean? How does it effect the poor citizens of Detroit? How has gentrification worked in other major US cities?
Come and Pour the T with me on Gentrificaiton Today at 2pm.
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