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Show # 271 – Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With “Musicians You Should Know”
Lisa Grissom from Tall City Blues Fest stops by to discuss the festival on July 10, 11 & 12. Music On The Couch will be webcasting live once again and I am acting as stage Emcee for this Festival partner.
Bernard Allison just released his first studio album in 6 years entitled In The Mix, which features all of Bernard's influences. Learning to play at an early age and listening to his dad's albums, put Bernard on solid ground. He has made himself into his own man and we will explore his journey.
Chefjimi comes by with the Blues411 Report and I am sure it will include updates on the new bionic knee.
COUCH KID NEW MUSIC TIMES TWO
First, Beth McKee brings her new album, the just released Sugarcane Revival to the Couch and we will speak with her about what has been going on in her life since she last sat with us back in June of 2011.
Another Couch Kid returns when Ray Goren brings his EP Save My Soul to share. Ray originally sat with me as part of the Generation Blues Band with Jamie “Bluesboy” Powell. Jamie passed recently and Ray is continuing with the lessons he learned from his mentor and friend.
Fantasy and science fiction are wonderful genres of the speculative fiction realm. Within the depths of the writer's imagination, we can travel to worlds unknown, see and experience strange things of the future, and immerse ourselves with heroes and characters that are memorable. Some have said that fantasy and sci-fi contain some of the best stories.
Join me for this episode of the Write Stuff as I chat with one such author, Guy Stanton III who has a number of books and series under his belt as we get a chance to peel back the veil and find out what makes him tick. His imagination, as one reviewer put it, "...range from James Bond action, to Conan the Barbarian, to speculation about Atlantis, to westerns, to western Science fiction a la Louis Lamour. They are wonderful, escapist fiction done in holiness and fantastic reality."
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Today on The Boochcast, Booch talks about rescheduling his appearance on Don Gernomino Show, Why yesterday's show was pre-recorded, Reviews the Stone Cold/Paul Heyman Podcast, talks to a caller about a variety of topics, Desmond calls in to talk about getting a new dog and to share his thoughts on Elimination Chamber, and Booch Recaps Monday Night RAW.
Everyone is focused on the NBA Finals, and with good reason. But there are 28 other teams in the NBA, each with a plan to get where the Cavs and Warriors are right now.
And if I told you the Sixers had the best plan of them all, would you believe me? Vinny DelNegro and Joel Meyers of Sirius XM NBA Radio were skeptical when the subject came up in this interview, especially when I said that a decade from now we'll be taking about a dynasty in Philly.
And as I told DelNegro when he questioned my prediction, it will not take a decade for the Sixers to be contending for championships. It'll take five years -- maybe less. And that is why 10 years from now, we'll be talking dynasty. It's what happens in years 6-10 that'll move the discussion to that next level.
Everyone likes to poke fun at Sam Hinkie these days, calling him the best tank driver since Michael Dukakis. But they used to say similar things about Sam Presti, who tanked and put together a core of Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden that should have won multiple championships by now if now for the ill-advised decision to trade Harden rather than max him out.
But Presti was having to operate under a tight salary cap, which is something Hinkie will not have to deal with. By the time Nerlens Noel, Joel Embiid, Dario Saric and others finish their rookie scale contracts, the salary cap will be well over $100 million -- and teams will be able to carry at least three max players on their roster. If Hinkie plays his cards right, he'll have a core of five or six studs to build with over the next half-decade and beyond. Nobody has ever built a team this way, and by the time it is all said and done, Hinkie will be in the Hall of Fame. Mark my words on that, because you heard it here first.
Calling all girlfriends! Join us as we talk and laugh with 4 unique women while they discuss how they've managed to maintain a bond of friendship over a 17-year period across various cities. Kioka, Dawn, Renae and Tiffany will be on hand to share their thoughts on life, sisterhood, and a mutual love for Frankie Beverly. These are the "Happy Feelings" you DON'T want to miss!
This episode of The Star & Crescent Report will go deep into the global debt crisis & how it will soon end in economic collapse and a total destruction of the wealth of the Western/White world. We will be discussing how we are living in the change of worlds and why these things must now come to pass. It will be hard hitting, insightful, empowering, educational, empactful, and enlightening. Believe me, you do not want to miss it!
Sibling rivalry is a type of competition or animosity among siblings, whether blood related or not. Siblings generally spend more time together during childhood than they do with parents. The sibling bond is often complicated and is influenced by factors such as parental treatment, birth order, personality, and people and experiences outside the family. Sibling rivalry often continues throughout childhood and can be very frustrating and stressful to parents. Adolescents fight for the same reasons younger children fight, but they are better equipped to physically, intellectually, and emotionally hurt and be intellectually and emotionally hurt by each other. Physical and emotional changes cause pressures in the teenage years, as do changing relationships with parents and friends. Fighting with siblings as a way to get parental attention may increase in adolescence. Sibling rivalry can continue into adulthood and sibling relationships can change dramatically over the years. Events such as a parent’s illness may bring siblings closer together, whereas marriage may drive them apart, particularly if the in-law relationship is strained.
The Chicago Bulls fired head coach Tom Thibodeau this morning after 5 seasons with the team. General Manager Gar Forman and VP of Basketball Operations John Paxon spoke to the media this afternoon explaining their decision. But how many answers did Bulls fans really get? I've got my take on the whole story, and I want to hear yours! Call in @ (347) 327-9183.
BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
Today on The Boochcast, Booch talks about the tech problems that occured yesterday, Trans Teen Dies By Suicide Leaves Tumblr Note: There's No Way Out, Faith Evans Finally Comes Clean About What Really Happened Between Her And Tupac, Jerry Truman calls in to share his thoughts on the Trans Teen Suicide.
Booch Recaps NXT, Hobby Lobby May Close All 500+ Stores in 41 States, This Lovely Couple Thought They Were Trapped In An Unlocked Closet Filled With Their Own Poop For Days, Paulding sheriff: Teens killed 18-year-old during drug deal, and 19 Stoner Questions That Will Make You Feel High Right Now.
We are back for the full 2 hours tonight with lots to talk about. Mychal Mulder is officially a member of the Kentucky Wildcats. We aren't big soccer heads but FIFA is making news for all the wrong reasons. LeBron James once again has his Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals after disposing of the Atlanta Hawks in four games.
The Houston Rockets look to live to fight another game six battle if they can find a way to win game five in Oakland against the Golden State Warriors. Dwight Howard will be available, how will MVP Stephen Curry be feeling?
Former UK guard and friend of the show Cameron Mills joins us to talk hoops at 6:15. Ernest Shepard of outsideanalysis.com stops by at 7:25 to talk all things Chitown sports.
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