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On Music Friday This Week: Salvador Santana, The Bylines
On Music Friday This Week: Natalie Gelman, Alex Nester
On Music Friday This Week: The Kin, Lorelei Carlson
On Music Friday This Week: Salme Dahlstron, Mallory Tunnel
On Music Friday This Week: Jack Kovack; Sa'ra Charismata
On Music Friday This Week: Rory Partin; Ransom and the Subset
On Music Friday This Week: We are the West, Britany Brochard
On Music Friday This Week: Jasiri X; Jeff Nisen
On Music Friday This Week: Ret Smith; Jessie Smith
On Music Friday This Week: Ivar Pall Jonsson, Salme Dahlstrom
On Music Friday This Week: Dark Beauty, Joy Collins
On Music Friday This Week: Eliza Rickman, Cold Blood Club
On Music Friday This Week: Dona Oxford, Corinne West with Pam Delgato, Jeri Jones
On Music Friday This Week: Justin Dzuban, Polaris Rose
On Music Friday This Week: Jill Jack, Poopie
On Music Friday This Week: Michael Harris, Roses and Revolutions
On Music Friday This Week: Maggie, Bella Gaia
On Music Friday This Week: Grayce, David Batts and Miranda
On Music Friday This Week: Undermine and Billy Kay
On Music Friday This Week: Irene Diaz opens in Segment 1. She is a twenty-six-year-old, LA –based singer/songwriter trained in classical piano and steeped in blues and jazz. Inspired by artists such as Nina Simone, Ella, Fiona Apple, with tones reminiscent of Eva Cassidy Irene just released her debut EP, I Love You Madly. We will play cuts from it, including the stunning single, "Crazy Love" which will haunt your mind and hypnotize your ears in a riptide of emotion.
In segment 2, singer/songwriter Karen Dezelle combines honest narratives with soft, soothing vocals, creating vulnerability with wide appeal. Karen has lived all over the world and it shows in her deft blending of beats and melodies. Inspired by artists such as Jewel and Joni Mitchell, Karen', emotionally-complex lyrics are offset by a minimalist song structure and innocent vocals in a moving sound, both calming and exciting.
On Music Friday This Week: Michael Addison is a songwriter that fearlessly explores all aspects of human emotion and how it responds to music and the melodic human voice. His acoustic guitar carries the ebb and flow of vocals that sometimes whisper and sometimes soar, but always make a connection. Addison has four albums under his belt, including the critically acclaimed rock album "Blinding Shadows" that was released in late 2012. Michael will release his fifth EP, "Resisting Fate" on April 15. We welcome him to MusicFridayLive! this week.
Twenty-five year old Charlotte Sometimes has a resume that very few aritsts her age can beven approach. She was a The Voice finalist, has released five albums and innovated a way for her fans to select songs for her latest EP, and plays "kick-ass" live concerts. Her music ranges from angst-laden pop-blues to bare bones romantic ballads. Every song is precisely crafted, demonstrating the lessons she learned from her The Voice coach, country star Blake Shelton.
On Music Friday This Week: Dona Oxford is one of my favorite high-powered female musicians. In fact, she is one of my favorite musicians, male or female, of any power. Her skill on the keyboard is unmatched. Her songs and lyrics always on point, and her vocals energize audiences like no one else can. Her live shows have been blowing the roof off of venues from Los Angeles to London and she is here on Music Friday Live! If you don't know her, check out the video on the Music Friday website.
Regular listeners to Music Friday Live! will recall last month when we tried to interview Claudia Schmidt and found her digging snow out from under a car that was trapped. She was on a cell phone and not in a good place for the scheduled interview, both geographically and otherwise. So we rescheduled for this Friday and, weather permitting, Claudia will join us, sans snow but with her songs from her latest album. She is talented, funny, opinionated and a greata guest!
On Music Friday This Week: Singer/songwriter Karen Dezelle combines honest narratives with soft, soothing vocals, creating vulnerability with wide appeal. Karen has lived all over the world and it shows in her deft blending of beats and melodies. Inspired by artists such as Jewel and Joni Mitchell, Karen', emotionally-complex lyrics are offset by a minimalist song structure and innocent vocals in a moving sound, both calming and exciting. She has a new singel out and we will play it and learn where it came from.
Los Angeles based indie-soul band Memoir fuses elements of rock, blues and jazz for a genre-defying sound that is equal parts vintage soul and contemporary pop. The band was formed was formed in 2013 by spouses Zed Kelley (guitar) and Dena Deadly (vocals), who joined with Garner to write hit singles for Cee-Lo Green, Will-I-Am and Jonas Brothers, among others. Their music has been featured in television shows and films like Failure to Launch, "The Lying Game" and the theme song for "Vanderpump Rules." In spring 2013, the trio released their debut self-titled EP, "Memoir." Fire In Me, the band's first full-length album, releases spring 2014. Program note: since the band will be on cellpones and standing on a corner outside their next gig, there will be distortion and background sounds, but the conversation is great.
On Music Friday This Week: Born in Southern Ontario, Marshall Dane grazed on a rich fix of music, from the country sounds of his preacher dad, to the pop music of his mum through his own musical discoveries from John Denver to Michael Jackson. He has taken those influences and created what I call, high energy down and dirty country rock - an infectious blend of country and rock inflected with a watermelon-sized helping of hope, love and salvation, Marshall's new album, One Of These Days will be featured on his guest spot 3/7/14
James Clay Garrison was raised with a guitar in Spain and became a virtuoso guitarist at an early age, recording his first album at 15. Already an experienced performer by the late 80's, he toured the US, Europe and Asia with various bands, perfecting his chops and building a network of musicians that would serve him well over the years. He moved to Los Angeles when he received an offer from Eddie Van Halen to record and the WB label and went on to work with artists like Ray Charles and Stephen Stills. Garrison is currently in the studio finishing up his new album, "1000 Million Miracles", featuring many of the people he has worked with over the years like Todd Sucherman of STYX, and Chris Frazier, currently with Foreigner.
On Music Friday This Week: Eric Zayne is a soul infused pop-rock musician and record producer who blends electronics to create a sound that is edgy and unique. Zayne started his career at 13 by playing in multiple bands in Montreal. His first major gig was a five year tour across Asia where he played keyboards, guitar and sang in a funk band. He is now in Los Angeles focused on pop alternative and great rock, like his break out hit, "Maneater".
EXIST ELSEWHERE is an emerging rock band quickly gaining traction nationally with positive lyrics and lush instrumentation. Led by Noah Benardout, they raised over $20,000 on their IndieGogo campaign to complete and promote their debut EP "413," released last August 2013. Their single, "Can’t Fall" was featured in a national Pantene commercial featuring Zooey Deschanel. Exist Elsewhere are the first ambassadors for the BE UPSTANDING campaign for NVEEE against bullying and about to start on the REACH 2014 tour.
On Music Friday This Week: Claudia Schmidt has traversed North American and Europe in venues ranging from intimate clubs to 4,000 seat theatres, and 25,000 festival stages. She has recorded fourteen albums of folk,blues, and jazz on 12-string guitar and mountain dulcimer playing.
Scarlet Roads is on the road constantly with their dynamic R&B/Rock that keeps fans dancing. Formed at Hollywood's Musician's Institute, this six member band rocks like seasoned music veterans although their average age is 24. They are now recording original songs with Grammy-Award winning producer Bob Cutarella for a new album to be released early 2014.
On Music Friday This Week: Junk Parlor is a Northern California-based gypsy junk rock band born from the mind and musical wanderings of Jason Vanderford featuring rock, gypsy jazz rhythms and a 50's tinge supporting Vanderford's throaty howling voice. Backed by drummer and cajon player Rt Goodrich and the electric fretless bass of Tim Bush, Junk Parlor's debut album "Wild Tones" was released October 2013. They recently completed a Pacific Northwest tour and are now touring in Southern California.
In segment 2 we are joined by Robin Yukiko, a Pennsylvania-based eclectic pop and blues singer/songwriter and a music producer. Robin has operatic and choral training and an international background. She left her opera training to produce her debut album Me & My Apathy, an eclectic suite of 11 original songs. She released a second album, "Love War" and performs locally, writes and produces songs for other bands while keeping up with her new baby.
On Music Friday This Week: Maggie - on her way to stardom; Kris Guen - seasoned folk troubadour with new CD
On Music Friday This Week: American Beauties and Terese Taylor
On Music Friday This Week: Kris Guen, singer/songwriter on tour in California, Niki English, lead singer for Western Avenue and Nashville Awards nominee and Rory Partin, big band leader and blues rock singer.
On Music Friday This Week: Xander Demos is one of today's premier shred metal guitarists. Based in Pittsburgh, PA, he currently fronts his own band, XDB and national tribute act, James Rivera's Sabbath Judas Sabbath, as well as playing in Rivera’s solo band. Xander performs in excess of 100 times a year and records with artists all over the world. His style ranges from the beautifully melodic to the jaw-droppingly insane, encompassesing much of what he has learned artists like Shawn Lane, Eric Johnson, Neal Schon, and John Sykes. One constant in his music is a focus on strong guitar melodies. In February 2012, Xander released his full-length follow-up to his EP Road To Guitarcadia.
Diane Cameron is an international recording & performing artist, actress and teacher. Her music celebrates the beats and melodies of Africa and the Afro-Carribean music community. She writes songs that echo the natural world, she plays percussion, produces and sings. Her albums are heard worldwide and she travels worldwide establishing performing arts and sports programs for youth, orgainizing Summer Camps for the Performing Arts, while teaching acting at Georgia Tech. Her youth environmental play, "Trash Tawkin" was recently debuted at the 2011 Hilton Head Island, SC., Earth Day Celebration.
On Music Friday This Week: Billy Kay is an American Country songwriter and performer who holds the distinctions of being the most downloaded artist in Las Vegas and in South Carolina. Now taking Nashville by storm, this homeless veteran travels America writing, recording and performing with top musicians on his now-famous "Abject Poverty Tour". He donates a share of all royalties and merchandise sales to shelters for homeless people and battered women. Billy organized 2011 "Country for a Cause" CD, which featured some of the most talented and award winning indie musicians in country music. He will play his breakout hit "Ready... Set... Gone!" and other songs that have put him at the top and tell us what makes him go.
Maxton Waller and Chuck Riviera, aka, Handsome as Sin, join us Friday to kick off their debut album, Tell Me How You Died. People call them alt. rock, bad-ass rock, just rock. Whatever you call them, they put on a hell of a show. Based in LA, they make people listen and dance in the clubs and we get to find out how at 2:30 pm ET this Friday.
On Music Friday This Week: Amy Rose has already earned a reputation for being one of Canada's best-known country music exports. Her soaring vocal range and pop country sensibilities have garnered high praise and international airplay for "I just Want You to Know" and "Party Like a Redneck", which hit #6. She has received a 2013 Ontario Country Music Association nomination for "Rising Star" and was named Country Music Entertainer of the Year by the International Music and Entertainment Association. She is assembling a new project for 2014 joins us at 2:05 pm ET to play some of the songs and talk about it.
Brent Buffan is a Toronto born singer/songwriter with 2 unreleased full length albums and the edge of success. He has spent years performing and recording, giving him a solid foundation for his next step. After assembling albums and touring alone, he joined up with four highly talented and versatile musicians in the band "The Ride." Together they have raised the bar for themselves and are now on tour in Southern California, successfully introducing this true troubadour's songs in one of the most competitive markets in the country. Brent joins us at 2:30 with his new songs and a preview of the tour.
On Music Friday This Week: Toby Lightman has been described by People Magazine as "no small talent..." With 5 hit albums plus an EP she has landed on national television on Letterman, Conan O'Brian and The Today Show and her songs have been featureed on over a dozen TV shows and movies. Typical of her enrgy, Toby has launched a new initiative, EKOB - Every Kind of People - an album to be produced with crowd-sourced funding and input from her fans. Toby joins us Friday, 12.13.13 to tell us about it and give us a peek and what she is planning for next year.
"Nashville's Darling" is what they call the determined and prodigiously talented Sarah Darling whose sexy, summery hit "Little Umbrellas" single followed acclaimed country releases "Every Monday Morning", "Angels and Devils" and the "Home to Me" EP. In her latest album, Have a Merry Little Christmas, Darling does the near impossible - she makes the overdone holiday songs we hear on the radio and in elevators and shopping malls new and fresh and a joy to listen to. Whether or not you are a country music fan, Sarah Darling belongs on your playlist and we are more than delighted to welcome her to Music Friday, this Friday, 12.13.13
On Music Friday This Week: Mindy Smith, the iconic singer-songwriter who crosses genre lines with hits in country, pop, and alternative rock returns to Music Friday with her new Christmas EP, Snowed in. Her career took off in 2003 when she was invited to contribute to a Dolly Parton tribute album by her label, Vanguard, and appeared with Dolly on national television. She hasn't stopped since: she has produced five critically acclaimed and very successful albums and seven hit singles, one, Come to Jesus, which hit the Billbaord 40 at #32. She is appearing at the Grand Ole Opry December 14 with Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell and we are delighted she is taking the time to talk with us this Friday.
Jason Vanderford is an eclectic, entrepreneurial, jazz, rock and gypsy/cajón genius who assembles musical projects/albums/tours/bands, his latest being the Junk Parlor. Junk Parlou is gypsy rock - a combination of jazz, rock, 50's 4-4 beats and Vanderford's vocals ranging from smooth and low to hot and howling. Joining Jason are Jimmy Grant on the Django-infused lead electric guitar, drummer and cajon player Rt Goodrich, and Tim Bush on the electric fretless bass. The effect ranges from mad genius to pure fun. Junk Parlor just wrapped up its Northwest tour with a final set of concerts in Seattle and will head to southern California right after Friday's show.
On Music Friday This Week: Next week film Director Sini Anderson releases her new documentary, The Punk Singer, on Kathlenn Hanna, the founder of teh punk band Bikini Kill and the national riot grrl movement, and we have Sini on the show for an extended interview. Sini worked closely with Hanna to document the genesis of Bikini Kill, her later bands Le Tigra and Julie Ruin, her near death from a mystery disease and her current work in politics and music. Hear the interview, then see the film. 2:30 pm ET.
World class guitarist Bruce Victor teams up with Accordian Babe, singer, songwriter, musician and artist (and Bruce's new wife) Marla Fibish on a stunning debut album, Travel in the Shadows which sets classic poems to great music. The band is called Noctambule and joins them on the air to travel through their vivid dreams and imagination and superb music. Call in and talk with them both at 2:05 pm ET.
MUSIC FRIDAY is where we listen to music, interview bands and get ready for the weekend. Every kinbd of music with an emphais on rising stars. We also interview film directors of docs on music and musicians. You tell us who you would like to hear and talk with and we try to get them here for you. Nominate bands at http://musicfriday.nationbuilder.com.
On Music Friday This Week: Reuben and the Dark lead off the show at 2:05 pm ET with their new single "Rolling Stone". Reuben and the Dark is the newest project from Calgary's Reuben Bullock and which I cxaught at a club in LA and had to have on the show. Fresh off the release of his second solo album, Bullock has formed a band of some of Alberta's finest musicians, quickly building a reputation as a killer live band. Their soaring four-part vocal harmonies achieve epic heights woven into hammering beats, always leaving crowds hungry for more. At the core of all this are Bullock's songs, which manage to achieve a balance between seemingly disparate elements: the introspective with the anthemic, and the feat of sounding simultaneously ancient and uniquely contemporary.
Irene Diaz returns to Music Friday at 2:30 pm ET with her unique, aching blues and ukelele-backed pop rock. She will also talk with us about the Womyn of Color Conference she is a participant in at Cal State Univesity.Born in the heart of Los Angeles, Irene Diaz has emerged as an independent artist with a tremendous sound and a huge future. A singer/songwriter who plays both guitar and piano, accompanied by her very talented collaborator Carolyn Cardoza,Irene is at home in a recording studio, a showcse or a big hall - she maintains the same intimacy with her audience through a very personal voice. Her initial exposure to music came at a young age, at only 15 years old she developed her own writing/playing style that sets her apart now at 25. We are delighted she can take a break to talk with us.
Nominate your favorite band to be on Music Friday. Go to our website, navigate to the Your Choice page at http://musicfriday.nationbuilder.com/your_choice and tell us who you want to see.
On Music Friday This Week: Adam Levy is an in-demand session player and one of the nation's outstanding guitarists. His work has appeared on recordings by Norah Jones, Tracy Chapman, Sex Mob and Ani DiFranco. He released Portuguese Subtitles in July.
Jessica Fleischer is a rising young LA singer/songwriter. She released her first album last year, Lots of Love and wrote and performed the title song for the award winning documentary "Without A Home". Her new video, "It's Hard" is racking up views on YouTube and we talk to her on this episode!
On Music Friday This Week: Palter Ego was founded by vocalist Jesse Palter and keyboardist Sam Barsh, combining jazz, pop, soul and rock. Their music has been featured on Keeping Up The Kardashians, Around the World for Free, and The Real World, and commercials for Coca Cola, and the Webby Awards. We talk with them about their new album Above the Covers and the album of original songs, Id Ego.
Claudia Russell is singer and songwriter who has shared stages with Tracy Grammer, Loudon Wainwright III, Kris Kristoffersen, Willie Nelson, and Rosalie Sorrels among others. She is accompanied by the Folk Unlimited Orchestra. Her music ranges from evocative to fun and rowdy, soulful ballads to Buddy Holly to folk.
On Music Friday This Week: American Idol alum Lea Marie joins us for a full interview - she popped in last week for a few minutes to talk about her show at LA's venerable Whiskey A Gogo. We will play cuts from the new EP, Undercover Lover, including her new single, Take Me for a Ride". And if we are lucky, we can hear some of Lea Marie's soft, personal songs - just her and a piano.
Eddie Grey, legendary guitarist and singer fresh from sold out shows joins us to play cuts from his new album Metamorphoses, released last month. With influences ranging from John Mayer and Jason Mraz to Crosby, Stills and Nash and Sting, his music and style defy any classification but superb.
On Music Friday This Week: Salvador began playing the drums at age 3, shifted to piano at 6, studying at the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts and Cal Arts. His education, passion and lineage have turned him into a monster on the keys.
Portland-based The Bylines are grounded in a big-band past and a present of intricate pop. They focus on grand live spectacle, but are equally at home in jazz halls, large rooms and intimate venues.
On Music Friday This Week: Mickey Church of White Arrows; CRSB (Chris Ramos and Sonny B)
On Music Friday This Week: Dream Aria; CANTO
On Music Friday This Week: Naomi Greenwald; Jackie Bristow
On Music Friday This Week: Jordie Lane; Lisa Sniderman
On Music Friday This Week: Polaris Rose; Jessica Fleischer
On Music Friday This Week: Irene Diaz; Karen Dezelle
Rev. Jennifer Crumpton, pastoral Associate of Park Avenue Christian Church in Manhattan, and Vice President of Strategic Partnerships with the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, author of Femmevangelical: For Women Who Don't Submit, a weekly Patheos blog and upcoming study series for young professional women of faith
SAUDI PRINCESS CHARGED WITH SLAVERY IN LA, FISA COURT AND PATRIOT ACT, FARM BILL AND FOOD STAMPS
Adam Cullen, singer songwriter produced by Built to Last Music. Valarie Ponzio, LA-based singer/songwriter now appearing at the Witzend in Venice CA.
Rachael Fleisher, film maker, homeless activist. Julianna Forlano, satirist, comedian, Host of Absurdity TV program on Youtube, and Lecturer at Brooklyn College.
Katherine Mich: former Catholic nun. Problems with patriarchy
Chuck Thompson, CNN travel editor author of Better Off Without'Em.
On Today's Program: SPECIAL PRESENTATION: WAYNE METRANO, a witness to the Watertown, MA shootout
On Today's Program: Open Discussion
On Today's Program: Open Discussion
On Today's Program: Open Discussion
On Today's Program: Jude Kingston, Alicia Racine of Grand Army indie rock band. Joy Ike, a Pittsburg-based singer-songwriter.
On Today's Program: Gadi Getchner, Managing Director of Economic Policy at American Progress. Randy Barnett, Professor of Law, Georgetown University.
On Today's Program: Dave Johnson, Fellow at the Campaign for America's Future. Frank Wuco, Retired U.S. Naval Intelligence Officer, and radio broadcaster on Tampa Bay's News Radio AM 970 and FM 105.9 FM WFLA.
On Today's Program: Judson Phillips is the Founder of Tea Party Nation and currently an advisor to the Tea Party Caucus. Tom Pauken is the Chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission and a former White House staff member.
On Today's Program: Todd Linberg Policy Review editor-in-chief. Stacy Washington, National Advisory Council of the Project 21 black leadership network.
On Today's Program: Two bands, Lynn Saga, Michael Kingcaid of What Made Milwaukee Famous.
On Today's Program: Ryan Anderson, the William E. Simon Fellow in Religion and a Free Society at the Heritage Foundation. Zack Ford, the editor of ThinkProgress LGBT at the Center for American Progress Action Fund
On Today's Program: John Makin, a Scholar with the American Enterprise Institute, is a former consultant to the U.S. Treasury Department, the Congressional Budget Office, and the International Monetary Fund
On Today's Program: Joh Zmirak, writer and editor, author of "The Bad Catholic's Guide to the Catechism: A Faithful, Fun-Loving Look at Catholic Dogmas, Doctrines, and Schmoctrines".
On Today's Program: Marjorie Heins, civil liberties lawyer, writer, professor and founder of the Free Expression Project. David Johnson, Fellow at the Campaign for America's Future and Fairness Radio' progressive contributor on all things economic and political.
On Today's Program: Liz Wood, New England born and LA-based rising singer songwriter whose music commands attention and rewards it with memorable lyrics and earworm melodies. Moxi, the stage name of LA-based singer songwriter Anna Nelson who has teamed up with Emmy-winning producer Bobby Harty to produce music to inhabit your dreams.
On Today's Program: Open Discussion
On Today's Program: Albert Navarra, Constitutional expert, author, The Elements of Constitutional Law.
On Today's Program: Charna Wilson, psychotherapist, former radio producer, musician, television engineer and author of "Riding Fury Home: A Memoir". We also speak with Rev. Jennifer Danielle Crumpton, an evangelical minister, a blogger and author on the topic of women, faith and politics. She is the author of "Femmevangelical: The modern girl's guide to the good news". "21st century faith for women who don;t submit"
On Today's Program: Dave Johnson, Senior Fellow, Campaign for America’s Future.
On Today's Program: David Rubin is the former Mayor of Shiloh, Israel in the West Bank. He is founder and president of Shiloh Israel Children's Fund and is the author of "The Islamic Tsunami".
On Today's Program: I have a great line up today with Albert Navarra, Constitution law expert, author of "The Elements of Constitutional Law". We will also speak with Geoffrey Lean, environmental columnist for the "London Daily Telegraph" and musical guest Vicci Martinez, winner of "The Voice", a rising pop star.
On Today's Program: David Horowitz, founder and President of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, was one of the founders of the New Left in the 1960s and an editor of its largest magazine, Ramparts. Also I talk with Peter Chilson who teaches writing and literature at Washington State University and has spent nearly three decades writing about West Africa including reporting from Mali and Burkina Faso for his Pulitzer Center project: "We Never Knew Exactly Where: Dispatches from the Borderlands of West Africa".
On Today's Program: Jonathon Friedman, activist, philanthropist who got himself arrested for driving alone in a 2-person carpool lane while carrying corporation papers - thus challenging the Supreme Court decision that corporations are people. Also - Dana Siegelman, daughter of former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman who was falsely railroaded into jail to clear the way for a Republican governor.
On Today's Program: Decon Mike Iwanowitz and Kim Bobo, Executive Director of Interfaith Workers Justice and National Network of Religious Organizations protecting workers rights.
On Today's Program: Martin Luther King Day and Dave Johnson, Fellow, Campaign for America's Future
On Today's Program: Matt Jaffe, founder and lead guitar of "Matt Jaffe and the Distractions". Geoffrey Lean, environmental columnist for the "London Daily Observer".
On Today's Program: Andrew Meehan IS a policy analyst for The Coalition for a Secure Driver’s License (CSDL); Plus Meehan discuss a firearm loophole.
On Today's Program: Lawrence Blum, Professor of Liberal Art and Education, University of Massachusetts, author of "High Schools, Race and America's Future".
On Today's Program: Rev. Jenni Crumpton, religion and politics; Chris Rodda: Military Religious Freedom Foundation. Anti Semitic comic books and other literature handed out by military chaplains
Represenative Janich Hahn, (D–CA) and Dave Johnson, Fellow at the Campaign for America's Future.
The Al Queda takeover of Mali and the banning of music; Guests: 1 - Geoffrey Lean; 2 - Stevie Coyle
Guests: 1 - Rep. Reid Ribble, (R-Wisc). 2 - Albert Navarra, Constitutional Law Expert.
Guests: 1 - Todd Pittinsky, Associate Professor of Public Policy, SUNY Stonybrook, and author of "Us & Them: Tapping the Positive Power of Difference". 2 - Albert Navarra, Constitutional law expert and author of "The Elements of Constitutional Law".
Guest: Decon Michael Iwanowitz; Topics: Christian proselytizing in the military, faith-based funding and the Catholic Church: the USCCB and human trafficking contracts
America's Gun Policies - Do we put a limit on how much ammunition one can buy? What constitues "acceptable" firearms for private citizens? And guest Dave Johnson, Fellow at the Campaign for Americas Future and our regular progressive contributor on all things economic and political.
Guests: 1 - Rep. Waxman; 2 - Asif Akar, Director, Top Priority: The Terror Within; 3 - Dezmond Galaviz
Guest: Josh Perchalt, President, California Teachers Association
Guests: 1 - Dr. Robert Juhasz, Director of regional operations, Cleveland Clinic; 2 - Rev. Jennifer Crumpton, Vice President Strategic Partnership for Religion and Diplomacy, Pastoral Associate of the New Christian Church in New York and author of "Femevangelical: For Women Who Don’t Submit"
Guest: Dr. Jerome Corsi, best selling author, financial advisor
Guests: 1 - Ari Ratner, former Department of State officer, current consultant in global business, regular contributor to Fairness Radio; 2 - T’Lark, a rising young pop singer from Los Angeles, CA
Guests: 1 - Jackie Salit, President independent voter.org; 2 - Lynn Parramore, AlterNet senior editor. She is cofounder of Recessionwire, founding editor of New Deal 2.0
Guests: 1 - Robert Franklin, attorney, spokesperson for SAVE; 2 - Dave Johnson, Fellow at the Campaign for America's Future and regular contributor; 3 - Brad Friedman (pre-recorded), the GREEN REPORT
Guests: 1 - Tom Pauken, Chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission and a regular contributor; 2 - Rodney Stark, author of "America's Blessings", former Professor of Social Sciences and Director of the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University
Guests: 1 - Walter Stahr, Author of "Seward: Lincoln's Indispensable Man"; 2 - Dave Johnson, Senior Fellow, Campaign for America's Future and regular contributor
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Guests: 1 - Stephanie Whiteside, Associate Editor , Current TV. 2 - Albert Navarra, attorney, Constitutional expert, author, The elements of Constitutional Law
Guests: 1 - California State Senator Ted Lieu. 2 - Rev. Jennifer D. Crumpton, author of Femevangelical and contributor on religion and politics.
Guest: Dave Johnson, Senior Fellow at the Campaign for America’s Future and regular contributor.
Guests: 1 - Kathleen Kingsolving, author, The Dogs of War. 2 - Geoffrey Lean, environmental colunist for the London Daily Telegraph. 3 - Lucy Kaplansky, musician, songwriter, singer
Guest: Brad Friedman, L.A.-based investigative journalist/blogger, political commentator, broadcaster and Publisher of The BRAD BLOG is a contributor to Salon, National Memo, Truthout and is the regular fill-in host for the nationally syndicated Mike Malloy Show
Guest: Ari Ratner, Fairness Radio’s foreign affairs contributor, former Department of State official and current consultant on global business and risk.
Guest: Dr. Randy Albelda, University of Massachusetts Graduate Program Director, Professor of Economics and Senior Research Fellow, Center for Social Policy.
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Guest: Gar Smith, editor emeritus of Earth Island Journal, a Project Censored award-winning journalist and co-founder of Environmentalists against War
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Guest: Dave Johnson, Senior Fellow, Campaign for America’s Future.
Guest: Jeff Crouere, conservative host of Ringside Politics with a Punch radio program in New Orleans.
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Guest: Jennifer Daniel Crumpton, author, blogger at Pathos, Femmevangelical, ordained minister
Guest: Jackie Salit, President of independentvoter.org and leader of the national movement to bring independent candidates and voters into mainstream American politics.
Guest: Bill Staines a musician with an international following, became involved with the Boston-Cambridge folk scene in the early 1960's and for a time, emceed the Sunday Hootenanny at the legendary Club 47 in Cambridge. He now travels the world in musical tourns.
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Guests: 1 - Mathew Kohn, Director of the new documentary, Call it Democracy on the US election process. 2 - Albert Navarra, our regular contributor and constitutional law expert and author of The Elements of Constitutional Law.
Guests: 1 - Isaiah Poole; 2 - Richard Eskow; 3 - Terrance Heath; 4 - Liz Rose
Guests: 1 - Jay Ackroyd produces and hosts Virtually Speaking, a series of public affairs programs broadcast on the web; 2 - Joshua Holland Joshua Holland is a senior writer and editor at AlterNet. He hosts the AlterNet Radio Hour, and is the author of The 15 Biggest Lies About the Economy.
Guest: Rain Perry
Guests: 1 - Nicole Sandler and Nicole Belle – talking about the GOP war on women; 2 - Sara Robinson, Futurist – talking about how many people and organizations saw a disaster like Hurricane Sandy coming, issued warnings, wrote scenarios, made plans—and the role of foresight in these disasters, and the central task of government at moments like this.
Guests: 1 - Brent Roske: Creator/ Exec. Producer - 'Chasing The Hill'; 2 - Anat Shenker: Author, ‘Don't Buy It: The Trouble with Talking Nonsense about the Economy’
Guests: 1 - Mario Piscatello, progressive crusader, veteran of dozens of national campaigns and founder of MPA Political campaign research and consulting . Grace Lee, is an actress, screen writer and director. Her credits include Barrier Device and American Zombie. She co-wrote and directed the documentary on the Romney campaign Janeane from Des Moines.
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Guests: 1 - June Carbone, Edward A. Smith/Missouri Chair in Law, the Constitution,
Society and Professor of Law. 2 - Geoffrey Lean, environmental columnist for the Daily Telegraph. Deer Park Ave, rock band led by the Snyder sisters, Stephanie and Sarah.
Guests: 1 - Mike Lux is the co-founder and President of Progressive Strategies, L.L.C., a top progressive political consulting firm. He served in the Clinton White House and the Obama Transition Team. 2 - Cheryl Contee, a Partner at Fission Strategy, one of the nation’s top political digital strategy firms. She is also the co-founder of Jack and Jill Politics, the nation’s largest black political blogs.
Guests: 1 - Susan Clark, author of Slow Democracy. 2 - Jena Jordan International Relations Professor at Georgia Tech.
Guests: 1 - Celidna Lake, one of the Democratic Party's leading political strategists, serving as pollster, tactician and senior advisor to the national party committees and dozens of Democratic candiates. 2 - Guy Adams is the Los Angeles Csorrespo9ndent for The independent of London, here on assingment to cover American politics and the 3012 election.
Guests: 1 - Arons is the Director, Women's Health & Rights Program at the progress Center for American Progress and a member of the Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative at American Progress. 2 - Dave Johnson is a Senior Fellow at the Campaign for American Progress and the founder and Editor of Seeingtheforest.com blog. He is a regular contributor to Fairness Radon.
Guests: 1 - Bill Whalen is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution a contributor to theHoover Digest and Policy Review, the Weekly Standard's website and serves as a political analyst on the Fox News Channel, MSNBC and CNN. He was formerly a speechwriter for the Bush-Quayle reelection campaign in 1992. 2 - Ari Rataner, a forner State Department officer and curent consultgant in global risk and business, is Fairness Radio’s regular contributor on foreign policy.
Guests: 1 - Raven Brooks, Executive Director of Netroos Nation, the national organization of progrssive bloggers. 2 - Dr. Andra Gillespie, professor of political Science at Emory Univesity and a natioal authority on minority voting patterns and vote suppression history.
Guests: 1 - Sally Kohn, is a political commentator, community organizer, and founder and chief education officer of the Movement Vision Lab, a grassroots think tank. 2 - Dr. John Green, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Senior Fellow with the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life co-author of The Bully Pulpit: The Politics of Protestant Clergy; Religion and the Culture Wars: Dispatches From the Front and other books.
Guests: 1 - Karlyn Bowman compiles and analyzes American public opinion for the American Enterprise Institute. She is also a weekly columnist for Forbes agazine and a contributor to “Datapoints” for The American. She has served as Managing Editor of Public Opinion Magazine and Editor of Opinion Pulse. 2 - Dave Johnson is a Senior Fellow at the Campaign for America’s Future and the founder and editor of the controversial seeingtheforest.com blog, and a weekly contributor to Fairness Radio.
Guests: 1 - Senator Jim Talent represented Missouri from November 25, 2002 – January 3, 2007 and appears on Fairness Radio as a campaign surrograte for Governor Romney.2 - Jackie Salit, President of independentvoting.org and a regular Fairness Radio contirbutor. 3 - Ari Ratner, former Department of State offical and currently consultant on global business and politics and a regular contributor to Fairness Radio.
Guests: 1 - Jim Crouere: Conservative radio host of the New Orleans-based morning program, Ringside Politics, and a frequent contributor to Townhall blog. 2 - Albert Navaraa, constitutional law expert, author of The Elemenst of Constitutional Law and a regular contributor to Fairness Radio.
Guests: 1 - California State Senator Ted Lieu. Senator Lieu (D) represents California’s 28th district. His bill banning so-called gay-conversion therapy ws singed into law by Governor Brown lat week. 2 - Tom Pauken is the Chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission and the former Chairman of the Texas Repbnulican Party.
Guest Guy Adams. Los Angeles Correspondent, The Independent
Guests: 1 - Tova Wang. Senior Democracy Fellow at Demos and Fellow at The Century Foundation. 2 - Geoffrey Lean. Environmental coumnist for the London Daily Telegraph. 3 - Kara McGraw. Singer, songwriter, composer. Talking about her new album The Hound and athe Hare.
Guests: 1 - Joel Silberman, Founder and President of Media Talent 2.0 Inc and one of the left's most demanded media strategist/trainer. 2 - Brad Phillips, President of Phillips Media Relations one of the nations top media and presentation training firm with offices in Washington, DC and New York City.
Guests: 1 - Handel Reynolds, radiologist, author of The Big Squeeze: the Social and Political History of the Controversial Mammogram. 2 - Albert Navarra, attorney, constitutional expert, author of The Elements of Constitutional Law. A Fairness Radio Team contributor.
Guests: 1 - Tricia Erickson. Crisis Management/Damage Control expert and author of the book, Can Mitt Romney Serve Two Masters? 2 - Mitchell Barak, Director, Absolutely Uncertain: Obama, Israel and the Nuclear Threat, Mitchell Barak is the founder of KEEVOON Research Strategy & Communications,former international media adviser and foreign spokesman for Israeli President Shimon Peres.
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Guests - Geoffrey Lean; Artist Mindy Smith
Guests - Judith Reisman: Sex and God at Yale, Deviance In Power; Ari Ratner: Foreign Policy
Guest - Dave Johnson
Guests - Sean Crowley: Americans for Tax Fairness. Romney vs. Obama; Brian Grim: PEW Fndn. Religious Suppression Worldwide.
Guests - Kurt Eichewald: "500 Days: Secrets and Lies in the Terror Wars; Mathew Heinenman, Susan Froemke: (film)Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Health Care
Guests - Mimi Marizani, Brennan Center: Voting Rights; Geoffrey Lean; Renee Harcourt
Guests - Vince Smith: A.E.I.; Jackie Salit
Guests - Jenny Holt: SUPERPAC app
Guests - Rick Cole: Neither Party Owns Faith; Karen Lugo: No Foreign Law in Republican Platform
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