Life On The Edge Part II

A fascinating series exploring the Grand Canyon by veteran Southwest tour guide and historian, Les Graff. As a child I became aware of the beginning of Spring when it began to get warmer on sunny afternoons, the blanket of snow that covered my world would begin to melt and form a dirty icy crust on it’s…

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Go See The Hag

After battling lung cancer and heart problems, The Hag has declared himself  “a healthy miracle.”  He’s feeling good and hitting the road to promote a brand new CD, “Working In Tennessee” and you can even catch him playing with Kris Kristofferson. Check out www.merlehaggard.com for more information. ****DATES**** 10/05/11 Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Arlington Theatre with…

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Covent Garden Radio: John Hicks

Covent Garden Radio’s John Hicks, out of the heart of London, UK, talks to Jennifer Martin about the digital radio revolution, his radio stations, and the love of music.   JM: John, tell us a bit about your background in music and how you got started in radio? Are you also a musician? JH: My…

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Agridustrial

Do not be fooled by the quirky, cartoony intro (“Melungeon Melody”) at the beginning of the Legendary Shack Shakers’ new album, Agridustrial.  The sounds of tools and wind-up toys are not a happy-go-lucky gesture.  They are a warning that the silliness that is life can come to an abrupt, brutal end and you’d best be…

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Chuck’s Wagon USA Tour

Catch the Australian Honky Tonk stars  Chuck’s Wagon as they tour the USA in October. Singer/Songwriter Chuck Stokes brings some of his band members and mixes it up with a few treasures musicians from the Texas Hill Country, to tour his favorite place in the land – Texas, along with some scheduled dates in Colorado,…

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Georgette Jones – Slightly Used Woman

Georgette Jones knows country music. She was already performing at the age of three on stage with both of her parents, legendary country singers George Jones and Tammy Wynette. Loving music but also seeing the tumultuous side, with the effects on a family as well as unwanted publicity, Georgette opted to raise her kids (twin…

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Jake Martin Living The Cowboy Way

Jake Martin is a young songwriter with an old soul. His writing carries a pureness and a quiet integrity wrapped in the lonesome imageries of the heart of a true cowboy. Born and raised in Oklahoma, Martin now calls Texas his home. If you have been through Luckenbach Texas in the past couple of years,…

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The First Time: RAW

It was late one night and I normally don’t watch Jimmy Kimmell Live show, but, I was up channel surfing and saw Johnny Knoxville was on. I was fan of Jackass and grew up on old school Country. Roger Alan Wade was making his national television debut. I never knew about him until this point….

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Dave Nestler: Pin Up Artist

An interview with Dave Nestler: Modern Pin-up Artist and good Joe. I first met Dave Nestler at a comic book convention in Dallas, Texas a few years ago.  I was there promoting my self-published comics and he was there promoting his incredible Pin-up Art.  By the end of the weekend we were swapping goofy convention…

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Black Angels: The Magic Stick Detroit,MI

 I first heard the Black Angels when I downloaded a free mp3 sampler of bands from a website I’ve long since forgotten.  The amazing sound of this Austin, Texas psychedelic band immediately enthralled me.  Being caught in the Midwest with bad FM radio playlists created by either computer programs or executives who don’t live in…

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