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This afternoon Mystic Moon host Lucy Hammond, of the LucyHammondBand, NW Roots Uprising, & many other productions..
Portland,Oregon based singer/songwriter Lucy Hammond,is a force to be reckoned with!
Possessing a powerfully versatile vocal & writing style, with stage presence to match, Lucy burst back onto the Portland music scene in early 2011 with the release of her all original, self produced studio album,"Proof".The 1st Portland blues artist accepted for a Kickstarter.com crowd funding campaign, Lucy used it to successfully fund the physical production of "Proof". Having distributed several pre-release singles by the time the album dropped, airplay & radio interviews were in full swing. "Proof" hit #1 on the Roots Music Charts,November of that year,& has remained on playlists world wide since.
Lucy's vocal abilities run the spectrum from soft & seductive, to a raucous growl, pulling her audience along with her, as she shares the emotion she feels with each song. In the traditions of Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, etc..
Lucy has shared the bill/stage with great artists such as,Kenny Neal, Bobby Rush, Candye Kane, Curtis Salgado, Duffy Bishop & many more..
"Never let anyone else decide what you're capable of or let anyone's opinion but yours decide your path! Go for it! Nobody can stop you,but you!" - Lucy Hammond
About NW Roots Uprising: NW Roots Uprising is a cross genre pollination,collaboration,compilation,performance/ recording project,founded/produced by Lucy Hammond/Kevin Nettleingham
Jiggley Jones, the project, came about in late 2007. Since then, while developing his new venture, he has worked with industry pros like former Shania Twain bandleader and Nashville based producer Terry Wendt, and LA based producer Chris Tristram, a former bassist for Capitol Records recording artist Marjorie Fair.
Jiggley has had consistent radio airplay overseas in Europe, Asia and Australia, having hundreds of stations a week spin his music for many months straight. His internet radio success has been equally successful gaining and holding Top 5 spots in two separate categories on the Roots Music Report charts. His videos have gained over a quarter of a million views to date and his live performances have taken him from New York, to Philadelphia, to Virginia, and down to Nashville where he performed at BB King’s during the CMA Festival. He’s played the legendary Bitter End in NYC, the fabulous World Café in Wilmington, De. and the renowned South Street region of Philadelphia to mention a few. His song “Baby Blue” from his independent release has also been picked up by one of the premier karaoke brokers.
TOPIC: Let your spiritual roots grow deep!
SUB: TOPIC: The Parable of the Sower of Seeds
TODAY'S DISCUSSION: Seeds are meant to be planted deep within fertile soil, where it can be nourished, grow roots and spring up tall. However all seeds don’t make it, some wither and die, while others are devoured because they were left unattended and unprotected. The Word of God is a living seed, it has to be nurtured within our hearts once a thought or idea has been planted, it needs to be watered by the washing of the Word (Ephesians 5:26) That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word, 5:27 That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish.
Oasis Worship Center’s Online Bible Study is every week on Thursdays. For dates subscribe to Apostle Loretta Williams page on Face Book. Visit the Oasis Worship Center USA Web Site at www.oasisnewspublication.com/id73.html
In the first segment, Professor Kenneth Mack will discuss The New Black, a book about African Americans in the Obama era, that he edited. In the second segment, Professor Naeemah Clark will talk about her research on the life of James Brown. This segment will feature James Brown music.
Be sure to join us tonight for another legendary episode of the Home Court Sports Talk Show! With Lamont out tonight, Eugene & Mr. C will review Milwaukee Bucks media day. Which Milwaukee Buck do you think is the best candidate for a breakout season? Who had more of a disappointing season, the Bucks or the Brewers? What are your top 3 sports rants of all time? As always, listen live at www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports from 7-9pm CST. If you aren't around a computer or don't have internet access, you can listen by dialing (347) 945-7002. To listen, press nothing. To join us live on air, press 1 and we'll bring you on at our next opportunity!
Connect to your roots. The Alchemy of Food and Culture. Connect with simple ways to interact with food, develop a new relationship with how and what you eat. Discover new ways to nourish self, soil and society. This segment we talk about Maca and discuss the importance of “this root” and its relationship to the masculine and feminine energy and indigenous traditions. How to balance an energy from the sacred crops and traditions of Peru.
Shining a light on The Whole Foods Encyclopedia by Rebecca Wood
Healing with Whole Food by Paul Pitchford
Maca by Essential Living Foods
Music Breakfast with Chopin by Elizaveta
Food Alchemy with 'She'
This is a special eposode of RLSN Baseball Weekly. This is a one hour special were Evan will spend 30mins reviewing the Milwaukee Brewers 2014 season and then preview the 2014 MLB Playoffs. All are invited to call in and give their thoughts on the Brewers season as well as the playoffs.
The Milwaukee Brewers put four runs up on Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg and cruised to a 4-2 win in the first game of the so-called "second-half" of the 2014 campaign.
Dr. Brant Pitre uses the Hebrew Scriptures and Jewish tradition to frame the actions of Jesus at the Last Supper, and to provide a fresh look at the heart of Catholic practice--the Eucharist. By taking us back to the Jewish roots of our faith, Dr. Pitre gives us a powerful lens through wich to see anew the bread of the presence, the manna, the Last Supper, and ultimately the meaning of the Eucharist. Lighthouse Catholic Media
"The best historical explanation of the Eucharist I've ever heard!" John - Waco TX