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BORN HEALERS – COUCH KID NEWS
Helen and Iain will wake VERY early over in Britain to talk about their upcoming album and we get to preview a song from the album for you.
Eddie hails from Georgia, he is only 24, but has been playing the clubs for years. He was at the IBC back in 2014 and his album, Left My Soul in Memphis was up for Best Self-Produced album in 2020. He has released Live at Blind Willies and we will talk about his journey as we listen to the tunes.
MARK MAY – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC
Mark returns to The Couch to talk about the new album, Deep Dark Demon and all that is going on in his world since his last visit.
Jay Moonah (Broke Fuse) has been on the music scene in Canada for over30 years. In 2014 he began his Blues journey. He has just released Why Should I Be Blue? Recorded remotely. We’ll talk with Jay about his journey and the music.
Staying north of the border, we will speak with the members of Big Pacific. Together since 2015, they have released Welcome To The Party.
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Join us this Sunday, July 19, 2020 @ 6:30 p.m. est. as we take to the airways with another fabulous episode "Glorious Gospel Vibes"! Your hosts Evg. Globee Pope and Min. Derrick Tuggle will be in 'da house to exploit every able-bodied Gospel Recording Artists on the planet! Also joining them will be Dr. Phillip Dukes of Calvary Community Church in West Palm Beach, Florida and none other than their very own, Sista (E)Vangelist Peppercorn, telling all of her pra-fa-lies to the world! So, don't forget to tune in to this hilarious broadcast, right here on Blog Talk Radio!
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Jimmy has been a friend of mine for a very long time and has helped me through so much when it comes to music and even listened to a few other problems and gave advice. I trust his word. He is an amazing human being and friend as well as an amazing artist. I hope you enjoy this show filled with his talent.
Hello My Elvis Loving Friends..
Its been a couple of years since we had him on and now he's back! We have legendary West coast producer Chilly Chill on Episode 317! Lets go !
2020 Surviving COVID19 Pandemic
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In this episode super producer Cruzer Urameshi is showcasing his new upcoming release Synergy. It's an electronic, synth wave music project that gives it an 80's feel yet vibrant feel good summer music. Cruzer is also going to be going playing a unreleased single off of the highly anticpiated Cruzer 64. Tune in you never know who is going to call in & get to know Cruzer outside of the music and his journey.
To Updated with Cruzer Urameshi here's links to all of his social media
Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAwA9MGRv-x-kVGDDggz0NQ?view_as=subscriber
Twitter : https://twitter.com/Cruzer3x
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/Cruzer3x/
Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/artist/7KCGZPocDn2c1PuAFnMqln?si=FRssee-YRWSdUSWdtWqSkQ
Sandra Izsadore is a singer, activist, author, and humanitarian born in Los Angeles, California. She is a graduate of Redlands University. She was featured in the Tony Award Broadway Musical FELA! with Michele Williams of Destiny’s Child, Saycon Sengbloh, and Paulette Ivory. She was featured in three documentaries: Beware of Mr. Baker, about drummer Ginger Baker, Finding FELA, and My Friend FELA. During the late 1960s, Sandra revitalized Africa’s revolutionary genius FELA KUTI. Upon meeting Sandra, Fela’s musical and political ideas changed, radically, and Afro-Beat was born. Sandra is the only vocalist featured on Fela’s music. The song Upside Down, which was a hit in 1977, is considered an Afro-Beat music classic. It is through her single-handed influence as a midwife for this genre that Sandra Izsadore is called The Queen Mother of Afro-Beat. Sandra Izsadore was immortalized in Fela’s biography Fela Fela This Bitch of a Life written by Carlos Moore in 1982. One chapter is dedicated to her. She lives with her husband in Los Angeles.
Music is indeed the universal language. You don't need words to understand a feeling conveyed by a particular piece of music; all it takes is a killer beat to make stadiums of people with vastly different worldviews jump out of their chairs and dance it out. And everyone has a memory of how a particular song served as a soundtrack for a first kiss, a graduation or an unforgettable road trip. Every day, you'll discover how eclectic BlogTalkRadio's music offerings are, as music fans, makers, movers and shakers across the globe share their passion for any and every genre: Adult Contemporary, Dubstep, Hip Hop, R&B, Dance, Jazz, '80s, Classical, Big Band, Country, Children's, Folk, Indie, Oldies, New Age, World, Christian, Opera, Alternative, Broadway, Punk, Rock, Classic Rock, Gospel, Singer-Songwriter and much more. You'll even find episodes devoted to specific instruments. So go on, find your beat by simply pressing play.