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Best Johnny B Good podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Johnny B Good podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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a time traveling trip through rock and roll history with bios, stories and unique insights from Johnny Maraca, host of the radio show, Johnny Maraca's Rock & Roll Riot.
Hub City Vineyard
Come as you are... Weekly messages from our community of faith. Regardless of what you believe, how you were raised or what you've done. We welcome people at any point in their faith journey. We're a church community in Hagerstown, Maryland of regular people living life with God in our culture, living like Jesus lived & doing the things Jesus did.
The Bialy Pimps
Life is good at Bingham's Bagel Deli. The loathed customers are dealt the poor treatment they seem to deserve, bad rap music is played loudly, and The Rat is killed often enough to stem his immortality. And the insane homeless regulars -- like drunken Little Johnny Redbeard -- keep life interesting. But when a rival tricks the crew into thinking that the deli's closure is imminent, they do the only logical thing: instead of giving up, they decide to go out in a blaze of glory, handing their ...
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artistsinstrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding""AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and gro ...
ABOUT:With over 13 years in Bangkok Thailand, Emanuel Skinner has become a household name and a house music icon locally and abroad. Originally from San Francisco and now a Phuket local sharing his vision and sound all across South East Asia . With over 20 years experience filling the best and biggest venues from Jakarta, Singapore, China, India, to South Korea, Bangladesh to Malaysia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and all over Thailand (Chang Mai, Koh Tao, Koh Samui, Phuket, Patt ...
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Just a musical selection of great songs I remember from the 80's. I had a blast going through memory lane. Hope you do too! For the true Old School House Head. Enjoy!
My latest iTunes podcast. Elvis Presley popularized the mix of country and R&B but Bill Haley was there first. Source material: Unsung Heroes of Rock and Roll, by Nick Tosches. Below, Elvis visits with Haley during Bill’s European tour. The post Before Elvis there was Bill Haley appeared first on MARACA MEDIA.…
My latest iTunes podcast. Chuck Berry and my favorite rock and roll song of all time…and the tune that helped me become Johnny Maraca when Sean Anderson and The Black Holes called me up to the stage. Go Johnny Go, indeed. Reference material: https://www.amazon.ca/Chuck-Berry/dp/0571207545 The post Chuck Berry and Johnny B Goode appeared first o ...…
Legendary DJ Alan Freed introduces white kids to African American R&B. Reference material: Big Beat Heat by John A. Jackson. The post Alan Freed and the birth of rock and roll appeared first on MARACA MEDIA.By johnnymaraca
My new iTunes podcast episode (free to listen and subscribe). The radio host tells the young rocker that the “folk music” scene has been looking for something new and he could be it. Country radio and fans weren’t so sure. With interview clips from the future King of Rock and Roll. The post Elvis: The Louisiana Hayride takes a chance on a 19-ye ...…
We continue with our exploration of the life of Joseph and what lessons we can learn from his trials and triumphs. We ask the question: What would you do if you were absolutely confident that God was with you? speaker: Jon Butler
How do you respond when life is in the "pits"? Chris starts our new series, "Joseph" by explaining how everyday can be a "good" day for followers of Jesus.
Our last week of Summer Anthems! This final week, we use the popular folk song, Man of Constant Sorrow, which found it's latest success in the film, O Brother Where Art Thou. We look at repentance and forgiveness in this powerful final week's message. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
This week we use the quintessential and classic rock song, Johnny B. Goode to talk about identity and relationship with Jesus. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
We kick off our popular summer series with a Beatles classic, Come Together. What does that mean in the context of communal living in the church? How are we to "come together" as one body? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
How do our wants differ from what God wants our lives to have? speaker: Jonathan Butler
How willing are we to trust God? We trust many things in life, but when it comes to fully trusting God--sometimes we tend to hesitate before leaping. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
Oxymoron = Lukewarm Christians. How can we combat being lukewarm, and what does Paul write about in the bible in terms of being one. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
What is it about God's love that often escapes up in the hurry-up, hustle-bustle society that we live in. Do we truly accept it? What does His love mean to our lives? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
We jump in with two feet on this very challenging series, Christian Atheist. Week 1, we ask "Do you know God?" and if so - how well? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
We're all given gifts and talents. But are we truly using them to further the Kingdom? What did Jesus say about this? speaker: Matt Walker
What does it mean to become the "people of peace" and what does it have to do with the Kingdom of God? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
He Has Risen! This powerful message of Freedom eschews the normal Easter message but delivers a rousing call to walk in Freedom with Jesus! Recorded at South Hagerstown High School. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
Life is meant to be walked out, not *sat* out. So rise up, and take the first step! speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
What does it mean in the Bible when we are to "die to self"? Are we simply surviving or are we THRIVING in this world? Week 1 of our Easter series kicks out! #HCVEaster
What does being a fan and being a follower of Jesus look like? What's the difference? Are our actions or lack of actions indicative of whether we're simply a fan of Him? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
This week we discuss how to combat loneliness through the local church, and how God intended us to be in community. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
What does it mean to be in a relationship? How does God view us? How should we view ourselves? We're joined by Columbus Vineyard pastor, Ron Hitchcock. speaker: Ron Hitchcock
We kick off our series about relationships and love! speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
What are the parameters that God has set forth for us to be great? How can we honor God more truthfully on a daily basis? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
Using Ananais, Sapphira and Barnabas as examples, we look at givers and takers within the 1st century church and in our modern-day churches. speaker: Matt Walker
What makes God angry? How is what happened to the moneychangers in the temple applicable to our lives? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
We kick off our new series, Fool's Gold with a rousing talk looking at the Prodigal Son in a new way! speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
Be encouraged! This week is partnership Sunday!
We live in a culture that wants our attention. How much time do we waste daily, weekly, monthly? Can we refocus that time wasted on something worthwhile, namely, Jesus? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
In this 2nd week of Reset, we look at how Jesus guides us through change, why it's imperative trust Him. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
To kick off the new year and to start off a new series, we talk about fasting from a biblical point of view and set up a challenge for a 21-day fast. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
How are we, as Jesus followers, experiencing God's joy? Are we speaking life? Being transformed? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
This Advent season we are talking about the extraordinary! What Jesus' birth means to us, and to the scope of the world. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
This week we end our 2016 Sunday Morning Matinee series with our annual Christmas film. This year, is Four Christmases and we talk about relationships and what it means to be in one, especially this time of year. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
We look at what it means to have unity in this world with one another, using clips from Zootopia. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
What does Joy mean? Why is it that we only see the word Joy around the holidays? Is our definition of Joy radically different than what is written in the Bible and what God intended for us? speaker: Matt Walker
Are we asking the right questions about ourselves? About God? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
It's that time of year again! Where we mix cinema with Jesus! In this, our first film, we explore what it means to "get out of the boat". Are you sitting, looking over the side, or are you getting out and walking on the water towards Jesus? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
We bring our "The Core" series to an end with one of the most important messages of the series--speaking to others about Jesus. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
Who are we called to be in regards to praying for the sick? In this thought-provoking talk, we explore how the Holy Spirit moves when praying for the sick and healing the sick. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
This week we look at compassionate ministry, and what Jesus meant when he said "the poor". speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
What happens when a person connects with Jesus and receives the Holy Spirit? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
October is here, and with it comes as new series! In this new series we break down the distinctives of the Vineyard, and pair them with directives that Jesus left us in the Gospels. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
In this final week of our Protect This House series, we turn to the beginning of man's relationship with God. How we turned away, and how God loves us so. speaker: Jessica Schlotterbeck
Within humanity, we are apt to focus on ourselves. But we are called to be servants. As we continue with the PTH series, we look at what it means to be a servant and how we can place ourselves in the service of others. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
During this special evening, some of the common misconceptions are dispelled about "Sozo" prayer, as well as information about what is included within the prayer ministry you can receive at Hub City Vineyard.
What does it truly mean to love your neighbor? And what does truly loving another person mean? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
We begin a new series that looks at how we can make our relationships better. How else to start it all off than a real, and authentic look at ourselves? speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
Moving along in our series devoted to prayer, we take a challenging look at intercessory prayer and it's impact on the world. Not allowing ourselves to wait for change, but embracing the day and praying for the change. speaker: Chris Schlotterbeck
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