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Zach Allen is a seventeen-year old guitar player, singer, song writer originally from Gilroy, California. Zach always knew that he wanted to play guitar and sing. From an early age, Zach, exposed to lots of live music, was mesmerized by the musician’s he saw and decided he wanted to “do that for a job” someday. Taking him seriously, his parents enrolled him in a local children’s theater group for some exposure to the stage, as well as started him on guitar lessons. “Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity.” 1 Timothy 4:12 Zach Allen's mission statement is all about this verse, and his message is that youth should be bold in their faith and their witness. He believes he can be a voice and a leader to encourage youth to express their faith more seriously and do more in their church and community. Zach has been hard at work for the past year in the studio working with producer Eric Copeland of Creative Soul Records, and Grammy-winning engineer Bill Whittington on this new album, "Matter of Time". The sound is a cool mix of classic rock, blues, and pop. Zach wrote all new material himself that really focuses on his mission of empowering youth to boldly proclaim and live their faith. He stops by on Wednesday, June 26, at 8pm EST.
Free Agency Frenzy is amongst us and is steaming up the kitchen for sure. Tune in LIVE as TP Tymeless and the Sport City Chefs Crew: James Fitzgerald IV aka Slim Jim, Chandler Knight aka Nostradamus and Allen Chen put that good ol' food for thought out for the normal Sport City listener.... You customers can do the dishes!!! Carmelo, LeBron, Bosh, Love and Wade.... What next goes down in the kitchen!!! On that note... Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Chefs again... and if they dont know.... NOW THEY KNOW!!
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Things are heating up in the house as Devin's indecisiveness continues to get him in trouble, but was he right to put Brittany up? Your Host Sam thinks so, and he will tell you why! We discuss America's Alliance, Zach's outburst, and the division of the Bomb Squad! We also take your calls and chats LIVE! 10 PM Eastern!
Join Host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) and Co-Host Corey Allen (former Georgia Bulldogs WR) as they speak about the upcoming 2014 season for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Special Guest includes former Tennessee Volunteers DE and Atlanta Falcons DE Chuck Smith. Smith was a standout for the Volunteers from 1990-1991. He had incredibble speed and power off the edge and was a second round draft pick (51st overall) in the 1992 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons.
In his stellar nine year career, Smith had amassed 58.5 sacks with 3 interceptions and 1 touchdown. Smith was an All-Pro selection in 1997 and was the team captain of the Falcons team that played in the Super Bowl in 1998 against the Denver Broncos.
Smith was explosive at the point of attack and had great strength in beating opposing offensive lineman to get to opposing quarterbacks. Smith utilized excellent technique and footwork in becoming one of the best pass rushers in the league.
Smith was an assistant coach with the Baltimore Ravens (2008) and New York Jets (2009). He was an assistant coach for his alma mater the Tennessee Volunteers in 2010 and 2011.
Smith continues to mentor and train younger college and NFL athletes in his sports performance camp in Atlanta. Some players that have trained with Chuck are: Ray Lewis, Robert Ayers, Shaun Ellis, Albert Haynesworth, Bart Scott, Dee Ford, George Selvie and Trevor Pryce.
To learn more about Chuck's camp visit his website here:
If you’ve heard music by Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Adele, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Neil Diamond, Paul Simon, Rick James, Teena Marie, Johnny Rivers, or Diana Ross, then you have heard The Waters - Julia, Maxine, Luther, and Oren. Featured artists in the Oscar winner for Best Documentary and winner of the Critics’ Choice Award 2013 film 20 Feet from Stardom, The Waters are one of the most enduring talents ever launched into the music hit machine.
The Waters have made their contribution in the music industry by singing individually or collectively on hundreds of gold and platinum albums. They have also sung in movies, like The Lion King, A Goofy Movie, Brother Bear, 101 Dalmatians, James and the Giant Peach, and Avatar, just to name a few. If you are a television fan, then you have heard them sing theme songs for The Good Times, The Jefferson’s, Fame, and Murphy Brown. They are also the singers for the Disney attraction, It’s a Small World.
Their vocal fluency embraces all genres of music including albums and CD’s in French, Japanese, Lebanese, Spanish, and Swahili. At one point the group was associated with six of the top ten records on the international charts.
The Waters are very proud to have worked with Michael Jackson on his Thriller album, the biggest selling album in music history that transformed pop music. They also worked with Michael on the Disney attraction Captain EO.
As stage performers, The Waters individually and as group have distinguished themselves on the road with many of the entertainment industries most notable artists. Having been the group for the television show Fame, the group traveled with Debbie Allen and “The Kids from Fame” on a world tour. The
Today's show to recap fishing activities these past few days. Had an issue with power the other day and had to drop the broadcast. Looks liek things are back to normal, so we will try today's show to catch up on things!
Jug Line Fishing at Little Ridge Park (Lake Lavon)
Jug Line Fishing at Tickey Creek Park (Lake Lavon)
Open Forum (Jug Line Fishing and the Balsa Popper Fly)
Good Luck and Good Fishing!
Please join Melissa Studdard and Tiferet Journal on 07/10/14 at 7PM EST for a conversation with fabulous poet, essayist and creative writing professor Chard deNiord.
DeNiord’s poetry collections include Asleep in the Fire, Sharp Golden Thorn, Night Mowing, and The Double Truth, as well as a collaborative project, Speaking in Turn. DeNiord was the founder and director of the Spirit and Letter Workshop with Jacqueline Gens in Patzquaro, Mexico and the founder and director of the New England College MFA Program in Poetry. He currently teaches English and Creative Writing at Providence College. In addition to teaching writing, deNiord has also taught comparative religions and philosophy and holds a Master of Divinity from Yale. As well, deNiord has conducted many interviews with senior American poets. Many of these interviews are collected in the book Sad Friends, Drowned Lovers, Stapled Songs, which also includes essays.
To learn more about Chard deNiord please visit: http://charddeniord.com/. And to purchase his books: http://tinyurl.com/qe2xtcv
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