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  • 01:50

    Reggae Wednesdayz - Socially Conscious Reggae Music Hopeton Brown

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    Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown.
    Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, universal and a tool to empower the youths.
    Wednesdays - 9 - 11 pm EST Dial in (661) 467-2407. 
    The show focuses on the “message behind the music” with a moral obligation to educate the youths. 
    Tonight - Veterans in Action, Hopeton Brown alongside Roger Meltzer
    Back to back playing great classics

  • 00:55

    The Classic Soul Music Cafe (8-22-17) Hour 2

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    Classic R&B - Music of O'Bryan & Shalamar

  • 01:05

    DJ Rectangle Throwback Mix

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    DJ Rectangle Is Playing Your Favorite Throwback Songs From Nelly, Ludacris, Xzibit And More!

  • 00:29

    Is Tupac is Alive and Back? - Interview with Kasinova Tha Don

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    A lot of people don't believe Tupac died. I'm one of those people. Here I interview Kasinova Tha Don, who some people say works behind the scenes with Tupac. Is it true? Or is it coincidence that he sometimes sounds just like Tupac? We're about to find out in this interview.
    There is a lot of information out there that Tupac's faked his own death. There are also countless of clues or coincidences (depending on what you believe) that will definitively make you think.
    In particular, check out this interview with Felix Watkins, who wrote an article a while back putting together all the pieces to this Tupac Alive situation: http://artisticwarfare.com/tupac-is-alive-heres-the-proof-interview-with-felix-watson/

  • 00:59

    TheDavidBowersAwards with Amy Guess and Marina V

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    The ladies rule TheDavidBowersAwards this week with guests Amy Guess and Marina V.  Amy Guess is a pop singer/songwriter out of Las Vegas who has over a million plays on YouTube and we debut her NEW RELEASE, 'Wicked Memory'!  Marina V is a Russian-born singer songwriter with a great sound you're going to love and a great story of emigrating to the U.S. We also have a new release from an old friend, Jan Michael Looking Wolf, who visited us last November on our Native American Heritage show. Listen on BlogTalkRadio Sunday at 2pm EDT/11am Pacific/6pm UTC or ANYTIME on the BlogTalkRadio archives.  And be sure to re-post to your friends so they can listen, too.

  • 02:49

    Guest Dee Snider,Wolf Hoffmann Of Accept & Leather Leone 10 Year Show!

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    Ten Years Of Mayhem!
    This Week My Guest Is Dee Snider Of Twisted SIster & Wolf Hoffmann Of Accept And Leather Leone Ten Year Anniversary Show!
    The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show!  Classic 80's Underground.  'Playing The Best Of All The Rest'  Hosted By Mike 'The Big Cheese'
    Give Us A Like On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Theheavymetalmayehmradioshow Official Site: http://theheavymetalmayhemradioshow.com/ Blogspot: http://heavymetalmayhembigcheese.blogspot.com/ Contact Info: mike@theheavymetalmayhemradioshow.com
     

  • 00:17

    PLINI

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    Named #8 in Ultimate-Guitar’s top 12 guitarists of 2015 and listed amongst "MusicRadar's #1 prog guitar player in the world right now" for 2017, Sydney’s independent instrumental progressive rising star, PLINI released his new EP, Sunhead on July 27. I caught up with him ahead of the Australian tour “SUNHEAD” AUSTRALIAN TOUR
    WITH SPECIAL GUESTS MESTIS (USA) DAVID MAXIM MICIC (SERBIA)
    FRIDAY 7 SEPTEMBER - THE ZOO, BRISBANE SATURDAY 8 SEPTEMBER - MANNING BAR, SYDNEY THURSDAY 13 SEPTEMBER - BADLANDS, PERTH FRIDAY 14 SEPTEMBER - JIVE, ADELAIDE SATURDAY 15 SEPTEMBER - CORNER HOTEL, MELBOURNE
    TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT HTTP://WWW.PLINI.CO/AUS

  • 01:52

    Rundgren Radio with guest Phil Thornalley

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    Special guest Phil Thornalley who recorded the recently released Todd-centric album Astral Drive! Phil Thornalley has spent much of his career behind the scenes, writing songs and producing albums for other artists. His biggest commercial triumph, co-writing and producing the single "Torn" for Natalie Imbruglia, wasn't even sung by him. However, Thornalley does have experience underneath the spotlight. In 1983, Thornalley became the bass player for gothic rock pioneers the Cure after Simon Gallup left. Thornalley had previously co-produced the Cure's 1982 LP ography. Thornalley toured with the Cure while the band promoted The Top album, but his stay was short-lived, lasting only until the group's performance at the Beacon Theatre in New York on November 17, 1984. Gallup had returned to the Cure, causing Thornalley to leave. In 1987, Thornalley worked as an engineer for Johnny Hates Jazz's debut LP Turn Back the Clock; he also wrote the track "Listen." When vocalist Clark Datchler departed from Johnny Hates Jazz in 1988, Thornalley became the band's new lead singer. Thornalley also recorded a solo effort that year, Swamp. In 1991, Johnny Hates Jazz released Tall Stories with Thornalley on vocals. Despite having no dramatic shifts in style from Turn Back the Clock, the LP failed to sell. In 1995, Thornalley co-wrote the track "Torn" on Ednaswap's self-titled debut. Three years later, Thornalley produced Imbruglia's cover of "Torn," a worldwide smash.

  • 01:30

    A.R. Rahman: 'Slumdog Millionaire' composer.

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    A.R. Rahman is one of the most important figures in world music today and is one of the 25 top-selling recording artists of all time worldwide. His work on the soundtrack of "Slumdog Millionaire" has helped propel the attention the movie has been getting (including this week's prize as "Best Film" by the National Board of Review, the first prize of the U.S. awards season; and several British prizes) More on him http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._R._Rahman Questions to saja[at]columbia.edu ("webcast")

  • 00:35

    076 Is Life Beautiful 2018? Return to the Strip... Should you make the trip?

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    Welcome back to another episode of the world’s #1 music festival podcast and radio show, FESTHYPE.  This week host Steven Rhys and the FestHype team look back on their experience at Life Is Beautiful 2018 which took place Sept. 21-24 in the insatiable Las Vegas, NV.
     
    This was the FestHype team’s third consecutive year covering the festival bringing with them a plethora of knowledge and determination to bring the listeners the best and most absolute coverage.
     
    Tune in as we break down the latest music/festival news, explore our three most HYPE festivals coming up, and review our time at Life is Beautiful 2018.  For visual representation of Life is Beautiful and all the festivals we attend be sure to follow us on youtube and all social media @festhype AND log on to FestHype.com for your daily all coverage updates! :)

  • 00:27

    Interview with Julian Austin

    in Country Music

    Born in Sussex, New Brunswick, Julian Austin has written and played music since he was in his mid-teens, dabbling in every genre from heavy metal to rock to 80’s pop before falling in love with the new country music sound that was taking shape in the early 90’s. In 1998 Austin moved out west to Calgary Alberta. While living out west Austin further honed his musical skills in both writing songs and entertaining the fans. His first album, “What My Heart Already Knows”, more than justified that musical choice, earning Julian a certified CRIA gold record (50k+ sales) and the 1997 Wrangler Rising Star Award from the Canadian Country Music Association. His first single “Little Ol’ Kisses” went #1 on radio and also made the CMT Top 30 Videos of 1997, followed in 1998 with the Best Country Single award at the first annual Canadian Radio Music Awards. That year Julian also earned several Juno nominations.
    Julian is here to chat about & share his latest songs!