• 00:45

    Interview with The Stellas

    in Music

    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." 

  • 01:31

    Discover Janesville: Paul Ryan's opponent | I just don't get it! | Dudes4Diapers

    in Current Events

    On this episode of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin:

    Paul Ryan may have just won re-election and his newest opponent is already hard at work to win in the 2016 election. Tom Breu stopped in by the studio to explain why he will be spending the next two years campaigning against Paul Ryan and why his campaign vehicle is a Hearse.

    Today we premiered the newest feature on Discover Janesville called "I just don't get it!" in which our resident expert Dan Hartung explained things like why in a number of referendums statewide, people voted for increase in the minimum wage and yet re-elected Scott Walker.

    Attorney Crystal Reinoso stopped in to talk about chairing Dudes 4 Diapers fund drive, which aims to raise $10,000 for YWCA for diapers and why she so enjoys being involved in community.

    Tune in also for the premiere of Janesville History Mysteries, an original comedy from Mojo Media Productions, featuring voices of David Bitter, Doris Tropp, Stacey Muchnick and Zac Curtis.

    Be in the know. Discover Janesville.

    This program was brought to you by

    Janesville Snow Removal: www.SnowRemovalOfJanesville.com

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    “Raising Abel, the Life of Faith” by Ronald Ragotzy, MD.

    United Arts Alliance: Promoting arts and connecting artists in Rock County.

  • 00:46

    XVIII. Dude On Dude Crime

    in Comedy

    Stand Up Comedian Luis J Gomez sits down with Zac Amico and Chris Scopo to discuss the drunk girl video and sexual harassment.

    Follow @LuisJGomez @ChrisScopo @zacisnotfunny and @StandUpNYLabs.

    Go to www.StandUpNY.com to see when Luis is performing live. Listen to all our other great podcasts at www.StandUpNYLabs.com

  • 00:41

    Stitch Up Those Torn Jerseys Cavalier Fans, LeBron James Is Back Home!

    in Comedy

    LeBron James leaves Miami Heat to head back home with Clevland; Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling having a baby; Stacy Dash slams Kanye West on Fox News for comparing being followed by paparazzi to rape; Chris Brown collaborating with Drake; Tracy Morgan suing Walmart; Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez dating?'; World Cup update

  • 01:06

    Stephanie Hanvey Talks: From American Idol To Working With Industry Icons

    in Entertainment

    At just 17 years old, singer/actress/songwriter/overall entertainer Stephanie Hanvey is making her mark. From winning competitions at the Apollo Theatre,Madison Square Garden, Izod Center and releasing an album nationwide to opening up for artists such as Hot Chelle Rae,Diggy Simmons,Joan Jett,Joe Jonas,Sara Barielles etc. Icons such as Johnny Depp and Quincy Jones have stamped Stephanie to be the next big superstar. She kicked off the year by premiering on American Idol and releasing a single “On A Prayer” written by Siedah Garrett,Barry Eastmond,and Karina Pasian. Stephanie recently performed at “MusiCares” a grammy event, tribute to Bruce Springsteen where she sang backup for Sting, Zac Brown,and Mavis Staples. 

  • 00:50

    Director Antonio James

    in Film

    Antonio James was born in Memphis, TN. He was raised by his mother and step-father in Northaven, but spent most of his teenage years in Hickory Hill with his father. He attended dozens of schools by his Freshmen year at Millington Central High School in Millington Central where he graduated in 2003.
    Several months after graduation James enlisted in the United States Air Force. After one term, he return to his hometown of Memphis where hardships and lack of employment opportunities led him to discover a new hobby, filmmaking.
    With the help of his uncle - he begin filming music videos for Media Workz and Catina Johnson, short films and commercials. Antonio talents as a director was quickly recognized by the local community where he was hired as a contractor for the Memphis Veteran Affairs Medical Center Public Affairs Videographer. He also became the official videographer for Al Sharpton's National Action Network, Memphis Chapter under Gregory Grant.

    Shortly after, James decided to quit providing video and recording services and start producing TV and Films. With help, he was able to produce and direct his first feature, Trey the Movie. After completion Antonio moved to Los Angeles, where he currently resides.
    James' 2013 film debut Trey the movie received International Films Award, from IFS, Texas Black film Festival and Action on Film International Film Festival in Monrovia, California.
    Since his move to Los Angeles in February 2013, Antonio James has been a background extra in Zac Efron's feature film "Neighbors" and General Hospital.

  • 00:33

    Three Rivers...One Show: Pittsburgh Penguins & Steelers Erupt Offensively

    in Sports

    If you like offense, this was the week for you in Pittsburgh sports. City of Champions co-editors Matt Gajtka, Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss talk about recent explosions for the Steelers and Penguins in the latest episode of Three Rivers...One Show. Which team should we be more optimistic about? Speaking of big outputs, Georgia Tech ran up the score against Pitt on Saturday at Heinz Field, putting the Panthers' hopes for a division title in serious trouble. The guys discuss these topics on more, then they add their Final Thoughts on the world of sports!

  • 01:37

    Dan Kilkenny | The 39 Steps | Rob Zerban | Naturopathic medicine

    in Current Events

    On this epsideo of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin

    Candidate for the 11st State Senate District, Dan Kilkenny (D), stopped in to talk about his campaign and record of public service, the importance of having a large family, and how the state of Wisconsin needs to do better in helping small business and start ups.  

    Director of the upcoming production of The 39 Steps, a Monty Python-like take on Alfred Hitchcock's work, UW-Rock County Professor Zac Curtis and one of the stars of the show, Tayla Anderson, stopped in to talk about the organized mayhem of the show where 6 actors play 47 roles.  

    Rob Zerban who is running for US Congress against Janesville's own Paul Ryan, called in to talk about challenge of taking on the established Republicans and how this campaign is different from two years ago.  Rob shared his personal story and how it would influence the job he would do if elected to Congress.    

    Janet Zimborski is a local naturopathic medicine practitioner.  She stopped in to talk about her business and Facebook page "Sense of Harmony", and gave tips and suggestions to listeners on recognizing the need for a naturopathic approach.  

  • 00:50

    XV. Zac's Back!

    in Comedy

    Stand Up Comedian Luis J. Gomez sits down with Chris Scopo and co-host Zac Amico who has finally returned from filming a movie in Buffalo. They discuss all things halloween, mischief, and Zac's triumphant return to the show.

    Follow @LuisJGomez @ChrisScopo @ZacIsNotFunny and @StandUpNYLabs.

    Go to www.StandUpNY.com to see when Luis is performing live. Listen to all our other great podcasts at www.StandUpNYLabs.com

  • 01:22

    The Fantastic Four

    in LGBT

    So Dallas is FINALLY back! Doug isn't sick anymore. Kyle & I are raring to go :) In this week's episode we will be discussing Dallas trip to Paris, George Clooney's wedding last weekend, the couple that refused to make a cake for the lesbian couple, and more...

    Don't forget to follow us on Twitter at @TheSpilledTean @Doquinn76 @KylieSF @OnAirWithDoug @Odaat_webseries

  • 00:56

    The Dynasty Playbook - Week 8

    in Football

    Week in Review

    How we use advice in terms of making Dynasty decisions.

    Player Discussions


    Zac Stacy   

    Christine Michael


    Justin Hunter


    Rookie Spotlight

    Carlos Hyde

    Donte Moncrief

    Charles Sims

    Zach Mettenberger

    College Player Discussion

    Ameer Abdullah

    Will only be 22 in week 1 of 2015.

    Subreddit Post discussions



    Drew’s Rant of the Week

    His name is Martavis Bryant

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