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Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show
Special Guest: John Kane (Mohawk), National Commentator on Native Issues
Show Topic: “Dateline The Hawaiian Kingdom: John Kane (Mohawk) Weighs In”
John Kane is a monthly guest on my show. He hosts two weekly radio shows, “Let’s Talk Native…with John Kane” on Sunday nights on ESPN-AM 1520 in Buffalo, New York and “First Voices Indigenous Radio” on WBAI-FM – that’s Pacifica Radio – in New York City on Thursday mornings. He’s frequently seen and heard on TV and radio.
Featured Song: "Living in a Sovereign Land" by Israel "IZ" Ka?ano?i Kamakawiwo?ole (May 20, 1959 - June 26, 1997) was a Hawaiian musician.
He became famous outside Hawaii when his album Facing Future was released in 1993. His medley of "Over the Rainbow" and "What a Wonderful World" was subsequently featured in several films, television programs, and commercials.
Through his ukulele playing and incorporation of other genres (such as jazz and reggae), Kamakawiwo?ole remains one of the major influences in Hawaiian music.
Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Producer/Writer: Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan)
Midnight Special: Airing Thursday 7/31/14 at 12:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio
All the normal weird news and hot topics you love, plus musical guest Jiggley Jones makes a second appearance on the show. It's going to be a good time.
The disgustingness of public bathrooms is discussed and Jiggley Jones joins us to tell us about his new album! Then we dive into the Weird News AND laugh at the BTR Trolling Raids of 2011.
The Allsronians - Mariachi Go Ska
Jiggley Jones - Ain't That Alright
Jiggley Jones - Modern Day
Jiggley Jones - Walk On Me
LiteSound - We Are the Heroes
Red Carpet - Traitor on the Inside
unreal_dm - Too Depressed for the Ukulele (ft. Kara Square)
Robbero - monochromosom (robbero remix)
Alex - I Got The Swag (ft. Covert & Chris C.)
Jeris - Start Each day with Love-Instrumental Mix
(ft. Mind Map That! (mindmapthat), Admiral Bob (admiralbob77))
While in business school, Liz noticed that traditional corporate wellness programs were singularly focused on physical health did not address employee well-being holistically. Interested in offering a more comprehensive solution, she founded Exubrancy (www.exubrancy.com) in 2013. Exubrancy serves as a one-stop shop for employee health and happiness with an emphasis on community programming. Liz also blogs about workplace wellbeing for The Huffington Post.
Liz holds a bachelors degree from Amherst College and an MBA from Columbia Business School. She resides on the Upper West Side of NYC. In her spare time Liz can be found at comedy shows, running in Central Park, and trying to learn to play the ukulele.
Luke Rodney was born in Trinidad & Tobago in the year 1954. His mother Josephine Stephen and Simeon Rodney his father lived in Biche Charuma a little village in the country side. As far back as Luke can remember he always had a love for music and wanted to be a musician.
From a very young age Luke has been a self taught musician with music, melodies and lyrics floating around in his head. All his songs are from like experiences. Luke is a vocalist and is a master drummer and took up ukulele a few years ago.
Luke has played with many renown music groups such as Bird Song Steel
Orchestra, Flamingoes, Sound Roy Cape Calypso All Stars, Ed Watson Brass Circle and has run the gamut from dance halls to playing for Presidents. Luke also played on different cruise lines such as Norwegian, Crown, and Royal Viking. Luke Rodney has travelled extensively through the Caribbean, Germany, Sweden, Norway, ETC.
Luke is a father of three children and one grand daughter. Luke migrated to the United States in 1993. Some of the bands he played with : Cobalt Rhythm Kings (a blues band out of New Haven), INITY Reggae band, Holy Smoke, Jah Movements, St. Luke’s Steel Band, and currently plays with White Eyed Lizard.
Chase is a piano player and a self taught guitarist and ukulele player. He was born was born on November 2nd in Long Beach, Ca. and now lives in Tennessee. He was once the keyboardist in a band with a few friends and in June of 2011, he left that band and was inspired byJake Shimabukuro to pursue the ukulele.
Chase and the drummer from the band formed an acoustic duo called "The AcoustiKats" where he was the singer. They performed on the streets and in coffee shops. Unfortunately or fortunately their passions went separate ways and Chase became a solo artist. He started his own Youtube Channel, joined social media sites and younow.com where he was discovered by his mega fanbase called #Chasers. Tonight's #ChaseGoehringFancalls are dedicated to all of you.
Call in, chances are Chase will answer your call tonight Live on Fancalls!!
Connect to your roots. The Alchemy of Food and Culture of Cooking and Dining. Engage 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 the Chocolate and Sugar. Exploring their intended use, the medicine and finding moderation within the indulgence and the celebration.
Shining a light on The Beekamn 1802 Heirloom Dessert Cookbook by Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell & Sandy Gluck.
Articles Health & Nutrition Benefits of Eating Sugarcanes
Chocolate Study and Chocolate
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Food Alchemy with 'She'
Join Jake Shimabukuro and ‘She’ as they explore the U(oo)kulele, Play, Joy, Simplicity and Peace.
Background| An ambitious follow-up to 2011’s Peace, Love, Ukulele (which debuted at #1 on the Billboard World Charts), the Hawaiian musician’s new record finds him collaborating with legendary producer/engineer Alan Parsons, best known for his work on Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, The Beatles’ Abbey Road and his own highly successful solo project. “It was very organic how it happened,” says Shimabukuro (she-ma-boo-koo-row). “He attended a couple of my shows near where he lives in Santa Barbara and the concert promoter put us in touch. I was stunned. I mean, THE Alan Parsons? We ended up having dinner before the show and he casually mentioned the idea of possibly working together on a project. It was a priceless opportunity I didn’t want to pass up – he’s a genius.”
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Since an early age Suzanne Brindamour has had a passion for music, art and helping others.
Creative pursuits filled Brindamour’s youth and later became a consuming passion. A degree in communications led to work in both television and radio production.
By the time she decided to enter the spotlight as a singer, songwriter in 1998 she had written music for “National Geographic Explorer,” “America’s Most Wanted,” and Mercedes Benz; and a radio ad campaign that won her a first place ADDY award.
Over the next decade she performed regularly, worked in video production, taught guitar lessons, and worked as musician-in-residence at a children’s hospital providing therapy through music. She also released 2 CDs of original songs to rave reviews (The Washington Post, On Tap, The Gazette) and tracks were used in both film and network television. Early recordings were self-reflective, contemplative and drew on personal struggle including the loss of her mother to cancer that inspired the song “Waiting in the Wings.”
While Brindamour’s writing progressed, so did her desire to encourage love and reverence for all life—themes found in much of her later material. She has gravitated toward projects with themes of peace and unity, writing music in 2009 for the PBS documentary film “Barnstorming,” and working as associate producer for another documentary called “Pictures From a Hiroshima Schoolyard,” an inspiring story of reconciliation just nearing completion. She also channels her creativity and passion into tiny works of art, making pendants from clay with various symbols of peace.
Currently she is working to build Artists for World Harmony, while completing her 3rd CD of songs on guitar and ukulele, due to come out in the Spring of 2014.
Ukulele Underground's Ryan Esaki is our special guest this week! Learn about the origins of UU, it's vision for the future and how cyberspace can be used to spread the Uke Love!
Join Kahoa as he sings songs with ukulele and talks about the joy of living aloha in Hawaii.
In today's episode Athens talks with callers from California to Florida about news, politics, and events, and of course, a banjo or two is also highlighted.
News about upcoming events include Jim Christiansen's calendar of arts and activities around the region, the news of The Carnegie Arts Center in Turlock; Marie Roberson with www.electtimdonnelly.com for California Governor; Tim Curtis from Tampa 912; Modesto Irrigation District candidate, Jake Wenger www.jakewenger.com; Debb Johnson with the Arizona Banjo and Ukulele Blast; and Sharon Calvert with Eye on Tampa Bay.
www.SeanMoyses.net www.TheEddyDavis.com www.vincegiordano.com www.facebook.com/onwatch www.youtube.com/user/mrsathensabell www.banjorally.org
All music is used by permission.