SORT BY Relevancy
Erich from the The Uptown Band returns to talk about their sophomore album Heart, Soul, Body, & Mind featuring Will Lee, bassist from The Late Show with David Letterman’s CBS Orchestra, trumpet great and founding member of Tower of Power and East Bay Soul, Greg Adams, percussionist Doc Gibbs from The Emeril Live Show on the Food Network, drummer Curtis Harmon of Pieces of a Dream, and the CD’s Producer, bassist Bennie Sims of The Three Degrees.
Join SC host Ron Jackson of The Smooth Jazz Ride and his co-hosts Aira & Mike as they chat it up with The Uptown Band's bandleader Erich Cawalla about the group's career and new release Heart, Soul, Body, & Mind. Listeners can call in with questions or comments for Erich on 858-777-8436. Come jam to the tunes and hear what Erich has to say!
The Uptown Band featuring Erich Cawalla and Jenifer Kinder is one of the Northeast’s most versatile live bands. With an adult contemporary mix of Jazz, Funk, Rock, and Pop, this group does not miss. Their shows always garner significant audience interaction and offer something for everybody to enjoy because of the vast diversity in their song list. Talking Smooth Jazz welcomes The Uptown Band to talk about their debut cd, Waiting For Her.
The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Friday, November 28, 2014th broadcast day with New York State Senator George Latimer (37th SD) discussing the process that leads to the Governor's Proposed FY2014-2105 Budget and the issues that concern the Senate District he represents.
From approximately 10:30 a.m. onward, we'll cover an abbreviated review of the latest international and national news to distill how it may impress us locally.
At the top of the second hour, we welcome the members of the Joe Duraes Band, who released their debut album on Wednesday, November 26, 2013. The name of the Album, "Ebb and Flow" was written by songwriter Joe Duraes. We were going to celebrate their one-year anniversary on Wednesday but rescheduled it for Friday in deference to our attending the funeral service for Martin Rochelle. We'll become acquainted with the band members, the music, the catalyst for their being written, and the celebration of their unique sound.
Hezi Aris is your host this Friday.
Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic. Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/
Cardia, one of the many continents in the realm of Edafos, has remained relatively peaceful after 300 Years of War, a war to conquer the land started by the god-like beings called Divines. Through unimaginable pain and suffering, peace had been achieved, though for only a little more than a century. Now as corrupt Kings and religious struggles arise, one boy whose path was set to conquer Cardia rebels against the ideals of his people. He forges his way across the land, coming at odds with many trials. Will he and his band of friends change the fate of Edafos, as well as their own, or will they simply follow the path that was laid out for them?
Visit Howard O. A. Jones at www.Facebook.com/EdafosSaga
Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest.
Author Elaine Calloway joins me this week to talk about her books. We'll focus on her latest: No Grits No Glory the first in her Southern Ghosts series and we'll also talk about her Elemental Clan series.
From No Grits No Glory:
Brianna fled down South to Savannah to escape the voices of the dead. Just when she thought she’d left all paranormal things behind, she discovers her house is haunted—by a family of Southern ghosts. These persistent beings not only hide her white shoes after Labor Day, but they wreak havoc on her life to convince her to help them bring their killer to justice. Steven put Savannah in his rearview mirror years ago to follow his passion for music. When his band splits up and he can’t reach his little sister for weeks, he races home—only to learn his whole family died in a mysterious house fire. The house Brianna now lives in. Together, Brianna and Steven learn who murdered Steven’s family and become caught in a web of intrigue that will threaten their careers, their homes--but especially their lives.
For more information about Elaine Calloway and her books:
GRACEMediaNetwork.com Web-ATHON™ - Hear from our friends today...
Business of Friday Feelin it! Call-in 646-595-3620 Live! @ 9AM-11AM CST. SB Barber Morning Show - Apostle Shena SB Barber, along with Co-hosts Celeb Style Commentator Ms. Kimberly Steward of KS Styling Team and recording artist/Minister Jason Strange aka JStrange The Amor Bearer (SC).
Here's the lineup - Mr. Micheal A. Davidson, M.A.D. Music LLC (SC); Shawny Wright & Band (SC); Pastors Stacey & Tryenyse Jones Urban Jerusalem / M.A.R.K. Music; Pastors Nate & Gail Mullen Sr - Victorious Life Christian Center_Seattle (WA); Dr. Amos L. Woods, Sr (VA) and you...
SB Barber Morning Show with Apostle Shena SB Barber marked "Jubilee - Celebrating 50 Shows" on Nov 21, 2014! This week, Monday-Friday, Nov 24-28 is our GRACEMediaNetwork.com Web-ATHON, Donate NOW.
#SBBMS #BoFFi #MADDMUSIC?
in Rock Music
Robert Cooper is joined yet again by Jesse Starcher as they talk about the newest album, "The Singularity, Phase 1: Neohumanity", from the band Scar Symmetry.
When The Stellas took their first trip to Nashville in 2008, they were still a relatively unknown husband-and-wife duo from the Toronto suburbs, armed with little more than two voices, one acoustic guitar, and a catalog of smart, catchy songs.
These days, The Stellas are songwriters who have written 90% of the material on their own albums, as well as songs for other artists. They’re parents of Lennon and Maisy, who star as Maddie & Daphne on ABC's "Nashville."
For Brad and MaryLynne Stella, the turning point occurred during a short trip to Nashville. While there, they talked their way into playing an impromptu show at the Commodore Grill, which led to a second show the following night. A publisher was in the audience that evening, and he liked what he heard. The Stellas were offered a deal on the spot. A year later, they were on the hit CMT show "Can You Duet?", moved to Nashville and signed a record deal with EMI Canada. They took home the CCMA trophy for "Duo of the Year" in 2013.
Back in America, one of The Stellas' biggest fans, Zac Brown, asked the duo to join his band for a series of sold-out shows. Brad and MaryLynne have also toured with Johnny Reid & Terri Clark.
"Back when we first started our career," Brad remembers, "we came across a lot of musicians who had a 'woe is me' story. They used to live in their car, or they had to wait tables for years before signing a record deal. We had that story, too, but we didn't view it as a negative thing, we thought of it more like camping! We wouldn't trade it for anything.”
"In some ways, we're making a first impression all over again," MaryLynne says of their new record. “This is the album we always wanted to make."
in Indie Music
Even though they haven't had their debut release yet, you can already tell that the indie-rock group The Fantasy Echoes is too damn fun. From the first notes of their demo "Battle Cry", you're already tapping your toes, bobbing your head, and wanting to sing along with lead singer Austin and the rockin' vocals emanating from his throat.
This week Steven Rouk talks with guitarist and song-writer Ryan to hear the stories behind the infectious tunes and to get the scoop on what the band's plans are for the future.
The Fantasy Echoes Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1269505866/the-fantasy-echoes-ep
The Fantasy Echoes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefantasyechoes
How much do you have for which to give thanks to God? Is this day a holiday or a "holy" day? History testifies to the faith posessed by the band of English settlers that landed on the shores of Cape Henry Virginia. They were thankful that God had preserved them in their journey from England across the Atlantic ocean to the shores of Virginia. Today we give thanks as well for God's preservation, care and mercy over us. Join us for live prayer today at 6:00 AM. Dial 714 459-3963.
After graduating from college and abandoning a career in the medical field, Apryl moved to L.A. from Chicago as a member of a girl group called Cellareign, which soon split. As a singer who classifies herself as a mix of R&B and Pop, Apryl sought out her big break for several years, even reaching the final auditions for American Idol, cat Dolls, and Making The Band. She met her boyfriend, Omarion, through their mutual fitness trainer and the two began a relationship as friends. Apryl also occasionally performed as a background singer on his tours.
Join Host Live Chats
- WGAG Radio (29 chatters)
- Yasharshla Radio 2013 (16 chatters)
- MASTERTEACHER33 (12 chatters)
- Black Whole Radio (10 chatters)
- High Frequency Radio Network (6 chatters)
- Radio by Renford (3 chatters)
- The Biblical Hebrew (3 chatters)
- Diane Grimble Ministries Friends (2 chatters)
- Janice Lindstrom (1 chatters)
- Southern Sense Talk Radio (1 chatters)
- Bealeader (1 chatters)
- The Campaign For America (0 chatters)