In this episode meet the talented Jim Dixon! Jim an accomplished musician, sound man, and a master songsmith! Jim talks about his adventures on the road in his bus, about his records, the craft of the song and much more! Don't miss the story of this true troubadour.Support the showFollow and like our Rhythm and Roots Facebook page to keep up to date on when new episodes will drop!https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090530751723&mibextid=LQQJ4dIf you would like to be a guest on Rhythm and Roots please email:firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, Jann and Sarah welcome fellow media personality Jody Vance, a radio and television host from Vancouver. Over her career, she's been a host for Sportsnet, Breakfast Television, and several radio stations. In 2021, Vance signed on as Canadian Correspondent for Al Jazeera English bringing stories from Canada to a worldwide audience and she recently launched a Thursday evening program on CHEK TV in Vancouver, Steele and Vance. Jann speaks about her appearance on the show and how grateful she was to have a platform to thank BC Provincial Health Officer Bonnie Henry. Content warning: Vance also speaks about making national headlines sharing her experience with online criminal harassment.
Max from MAKRS Society is the founder of this new music festival. He came in to talk about what it is like running a music festival and their upcoming event, Flower Fest. You can check out the MKRS Society @themakrssociety on Insta.
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Episode 061 of Around Town with Mike Jeffers features an interview with singer/songwriter/arranger Joanie Pallatto discussing her new release "Accidental Melody" featuring Fareed Haque on Southport Records.
She discusses the concepts for the new recording and previews her upcoming release concert Sunday June 11th from 4pm-6pm at the Green Mill.
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Episode 126 is a special one to us and probably the most exhausted we've ever been while recording an episode. Rising Tour Manager/Content Specialist, Brennan Kato, hops on for this one. Brennan currently works full time for Americana artist, Drayton Farley, as his TM and Content Guy.
We first met Brennan back in 2019 at a Muscadine Bloodline show in his hometown of Carrolton, GA where he was working with at the time a baby Noah Hicks. Since then Brennan has worked his way to doing what he loves full time and calling Music City home. Brennan has also been thru some adveristy lately, having dealt with the tragedy of his apartment buring down while he was on the road.
We touch on many topics with this one and get to remincse on how we became best buds and family here in Nashville. For more on Brennan Kato give him a follow on social media and be on the lookout for him at all of Drayton Farley's upcoming shows!
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Join William Ryan III to count down the top 20 songs in Christian music this week! New music to vote on from Rachel Lampa and Tasha Layton in the Future Fan Favorite.
“The Mind of the Crab” This week on Straight Talk with Riccardo Montgomery, We’re celebrating African American Music Appreciation Month. Celebrating Juneteenth and Father’s Day and the history of music in Omaha. Joining the show is Mr. Alan Black a best-selling author & Dr. Franklin Thompson who is a former City Councilman and music producer in Omaha. We are talking about Christian music history in Omaha and how we can get to the top of the music business. Please like and subscribe to the Straight Talk with Riccardo Montgomery on youtube and other social media platforms. We are doing great work in the Christian Community and playing the hitmakers that have our Christian ears buzzing. What makes this show different from other Christian/Gospel shows, we aren't afraid to discuss real-world topics with a fun, witty, and upbeat style. A place for the up-and-coming Gospel artists to discuss their music and break down the great music you hear. Catch the Straight Talk with Riccardo Montgomery Podcast weekly on Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, iHeartRadio, and Castbox.Please support the friends that support us, go to their websites. Itex, Oracle Insurance Agency Inc., and Maid Brigadewww.elegentwarriorinspire.comhttps://oracleinsuranceagency.com/https://www.itex.com/https://www.deafchildhope.org/https://www.maidbrigade.com/ne/omaha/https://www.setmefreeproject.net/#Christian, #Jesus, #God, #Bible, #Church, #Gospel, #Gospelmusic, #BlackChurch, #WordOfGod, #Christianity, #Christianmovies, #Love, #inspiration, #spirit, #inspiring, #encouragement, #uplifting, #family, #water, #marriage
If you were a fan of the long running CBS TV series “Hawaii Five-O,” you aren’t alone. The popular catchphrase “Book ‘em Danno” came from that show. Actor Jack Lord starred as detective Steve McGarrett, head of the State Police Criminal Investigation Department in Honolulu. After he appeared as Felix Leiter in the James Bond film “Dr. No,” he demanded a bigger role and more money, which resulted in his dismissal. He was offered the role of Captain Kirk on Star Trek, but when he asked for 50 percent ownership of the show, the part went to William Shatner. He also lost the part of Eilot Ness to Robert Stack in “The Untouchables.” He did have parts in many TV shows including “Bonanza,” “The Fugitive,” “The F.B.I.” and “Have Gun, Will Travel.”
In 2001 VH1 debuted the show Bands on the Run. It was a massive hit, yet it only lasted one season... We felt like it needed much more attention. In the wake of Flickerstick's reunion (long after Soulcracker, Harlow, and Josh Dodes threw in their towels), we have decided to break down this insanely dated time-capsule of what-the-f*ckedness and talk with other touring musicians, friends, and music journalists about what they got wrong and what they got right. For this episode Ian, Nat, and Ross are joined on this trip to Atlanta by the incredibly talented Ben Chisholm. He might be the only person we know that has been seen in concert by a member of Harlow, he plays with Chelsea Wolfe, and has worked on some of the best music out there today, indluding Jaye Jayle, The Armed, the soundtrack to X, Mutoid Man, and more. You can watch every episode of the show for free on youtube HERE. Catch up and catch the magic. If you want early access to these episodes, head over to the Rigs of Dad Patreon Page where you can also hear more unedited, ad-free interviews with previous guests, patreon exclusives, and beyond! PLUS early access to other episodes, including my recent conversation with Evan Patterson of Jaye Jayle, Young Widows, and Breather Resist! Ian has some tunes with his project The Interesting Times Gang that you should check out and support via bandcamp. And his band Kowloon Walled City will be touring with Jaye Jayle this summer!!! Ross's band Burial Waves will be playing with Spotlights June 22nd at The Metro in Baltimore and with Teen Mortgage at Comet Ping Pong in Washington DC on June 23rd. Ben worked with Ross on the debut COGENTS ALBUM which will be out June 20th wherever you listen to music. Nat and Ian have some tunes you must check out. Keep up with all things Strangelight by Checking out their BANDCAMP page for all the details. Rad things: If you live in the bay area and you need to improve your life, book a ticket with your friends for a true rock and roll experience, and hit the road with GILLIBUS. The only way to get around these days is making sure that getting there is half the fun. Big shout out to the homies at www.shearrevival.com Take care of yourself. Look good, smell good, and feel good. Treat your body and neighbor's nose with love using Shear Revival! Use the code CLEANTONE10 to get 10% off your next order! Huge loves to the incredible Sacha Dunable from Dunable Guitars. The guys is building the absolute BEST axes in the game and I am a firm believer that EVERYONE needs to own one. Check out www.dunableguitars.com if you need some real tone in your life. Much love to the fine folks at Custom District Pedalboards for allowing me to pack the heaviest tones on the lightest boards. Get yours over at www.customdistrictpedalboards.com Do you have a ton of guitars? Does the show not go on unless you have at least three guitars with you? Then you need to check out Quantum Industries. These dudes are putting out true tanks of guitar cases. Check out https://www.quantumindustries.jp/ BE SURE to enter ROD10 for a discount on your order!!!