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Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves Kevin Chalfant. Music fans know Kevin best from his time as lead singer for the uber popular group, Journey for a limited run.
Chalfant's first national success came when he joined the group 707 in 1982. With Chalfant on lead vocals, the band enjoyed its biggest hit, "Mega Force", which peaked at #12 on Billboard 's Mainstream Rock chart but soon after they disbanded.
In 1984, Chalfant joined the band Steel Breeze. He recorded one album with the band, Heart on the Line, before leaving in 1985.
Chalfant later formed The Storm in 1990 with guitarist Josh Ramos and (former) Journey members Ross Valory (bass), Gregg Rolie (keys), and Steve Smith (drums). Journey, a multi-platinum band that was also no stranger to internal conflict, had undergone several personnel changes over the years. As Journey was splintering, The Storm was brewing.
Released by Interscope Records in late 1991, The Storm hit the album charts and the band's first single, "I’ve Got A Lot To Learn About Love" surged well into the Top 40 of the Hot 100. Faring even better at Mainstream Rock radio, the single peaked at #6 on the national Billboard charts, and its follow-up, "Show Me The Way" went to #22. That spring, the band went on a major US tour with Bryan Adams and opened for Peter Frampton. When the band was ready to release the second album, the label was emerged in the genre of rap. Therefore, when the album was finally released in 1996, the band was no longer viable.
In 1993, Journey came calling but by 1995, Steve Perry decided to return to the band leaving Chalfant out.
After some time off, Chalfant put out his first solo album and now is a member of The Voices of Rock.
Kevin will be at Wheeling Island Hotel, Casino and Racetrack in West Virginia. Get your tickets here:
With the ECHL season underway, Gospel of Hockey co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder welcome Wheeling Nailers voice DJ Abisalih back to the program to talk pro pucks. The guys discuss the fresh campaign in Wheeling and the first four weeks of the NHL season before Matt and Larry deliver their weekly Local Hockey Report.
After a nice warmup skate, the Gospel of Hockey is set for the regular season schedule. Unfortunately, the NHL isn't quite ready, so co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder will continue to explore other ways to get your hockey fill. This week's subject is the ECHL, as Wheeling (W.Va.) Nailers broadcaster D.J. Abisalih joins the program to discuss the premier "AA" hockey league in America. The Nailers have just begun their 21st season in West Virginia after changing ownership and
Guest Host @davidbix takes the reins in a free-wheeling conversation about the life and times of the one-of-a-kind Ultimate Warrior.
he Sports Narrative Radio Show is on the road again!
Join us live on Sunday April 13th from 1-3PM at Gameday Cloth 7300 Lonestar Dr ste C118 in Plano, TX
Gameday Cloth: A fashion boutique with the heart of a sports fan! Cool and comfortable styles for both women and men
In the Shops at Legacy just north of Legacy off the Dallas North Tollway, right next to Modia
On this episode:
- We discuss an incredible week that was in the world of sports and for the DFW metroplex
- As both the NBA and NHL gear up for the playoffs, it looks like the local teams here in Dallas will be participating for the first time in a while. We discuss thier prospects as well as some of the other delicious match-ups
- We break from traditional talk and stop down for a fun segment: either Mick's Pub of Feltman's Fountain of Feces, depending on who shows up!
- We are contractually obligated to talk NFL Draft, sponsored by The Draft Narrative Scouting Guide. All the latest news and notes on the draft including rising QBs, wheeling and dealing and more
- It's discussion time up next, and we take a more NPR approach to sports and discuss the concept of "selling your sports soul" and debate a few candidates for that title
- We finish with Sunday at The Masters, check the leaderboards and how no Tiger affects the ratings and the PGA going forward
A jam-packed 2 hours! LIVE Sunday April 13th 1-3PM CDT or anytime after on Itunes or at www.thesportsnarrative.com
John "Doc" Maakaron and Adam "Jock" Strozynski hang out with us ON THE DEAN'S LIST.
This dynamic duo are the co-hosts of the Detroit Sports Podcast, a free wheeling, no holds barred on line broadcast that features their opinions and insights on sports in Detroit and in Michigan. With the start of the MLB season, NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four, NHL Playoffs, and talking about the Lions and Pistons always in season, we will share each of our takes on the current sports scene.
We will also go behind the scenes and learn the ins and outs of their successful podcast.
This show is dedicated to USMC GySgt Brandon McGraw, 33 killed in a parachuting accident December 14, 2013 Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick" and "Cool" Mike is an ongoing discussion of recent events, issues and the upcoming elections. Guest: Chuck Morse, who is known for his free-wheeling and insightful intellectual style, was named to the list of Heavy 100 Radio Talk Show Hosts by Talkers Magazine, and as the National Right to Work Committee Communicator
TPNRS discuss the sale and possible move of the Wheeling Nailers with beat writer Shawn Rine and preview tomorrow night's game with the East-leading New York Rangers.
Yes, we know it feels like the Academy Awards telecast just finished 5 minutes ago, and you've probably spent the day reading the reactions to last night's bloated extravaganza, but we here at the Worst Show on the Web can't pass up the opportunity to add our two cents to the discussion. Join us for a free wheeling conversation on all things Oscar, from the winners and losers to the job Ellen DeGeneres did as host.
For added fun, we'll also talk about this year's Independent Spirit Awards as well as the Razzie Awards, which honor the year's worst in cinema. To quote our film correspondent Peter Warden, "Make a crappy movie that flops at the box-office and proceeds to earn a Razzie for you, a Razzie for your talentless son, and another Razzie for you both to share, and still you're considered worthy of announcing the Oscar for Best Picture of that year. I guess there's no stopping Mr. Will Smith."
For more insight like that, tune in tonight!
Bringing you the worst in post-Oscar, post-Indie Spirit Awards and post-Razzie coverage via podcast... guaranteed!
With a free-wheeling career that began in his teens, Jamie first became known to Bay Area audiences as a performance poet, winning his first slam competition in 1999. Known for his fast paced mix of stand up, theater and hip hop, he went on to become the National Poetry Slam Champion, the Oakland and Berkeley Grand Slam Champion, and was a featured performer on HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, 60 Minutes, UPN and CBS. Awarded “Best Poet” of the Bay Area by the East Bay Express two years
The International Finals Rodeo starts FRIDAY...SO it seems fitting to talk to LEADING lady Megan Yurko of Wheeling, West Virgina!!! 16 year old Megan and her horse Beea have been traveling all over the rodeo circuit and have been at the top of the STANDINGS all season long!! I am so excited to talk to her about the ups and downs of rodeo and what her strategy is going into the International Finals Rodeo!!!