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MID-DAY GLORY came about as I felt a strong urge from the Lord to pray for the nation. We know we are living in the last days. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 Pray without ceasing, continued to penetrate my heart. This world needs constant prayer. I spoke with the founder of When Christian Speak Talk Radio, Rev Ray Rose, about MID-DAY PRAYER. On Wednesday, October 7, 2015, God made it possible for MID-DAY GLORY PRAYER to begin. We give a word from the Lord and pray faithfully every Wednesday for just 2 ...
 
Memphis musician J.D. Reager (that's me) moved to Chicago, lost his day job during a pandemic, and found inspiration in the midst of a personal crisis. Now, in addition to making records in his basement apartment, he's having meaningful conversations with friends and fellow creatives and turning the tide in a lifelong struggle with mental health.
 
Writing History is a podcast about the writers of ancient history and what they may have been trying to do with their writing, what prompted them to record these events, and the implicit argument they may have been making to their audiences about their past, present, and future.
 
Talking Lion is a weekly artist-to-artist interview podcast hosted by Nate Flaks & Noah Longworth McGuire of Sleeping Lion. As artists/songwriters/producers, they have worked with many incredible rising artists since starting Sleeping Lion. Whether at sessions, parties, or over cups of coffee, they’ve had countless conversations with artists in the middle of their musical journeys. Talking Lion is about hitting "record" on these conversations about what life’s been like & where it’s going.
 
The Old Dingy Jukebox features a wide variety of down home American music styles played from a collection of 78rpm, 45rpm and LP records. Each show will take the listener on an aural journey exploring the great American musical heritage. The show’s repertoire is deep and wide with an emphasis on early to middle 20th century Americana. Styles played on the show include the blues, jazz, old time string bands, traditional folk music, honky tonk, bluegrass and early country music. Informative, y ...
 
Volcano Vinyl is a weekly podcast hosted by old friends and musicians Brian Schmutz (The Starting Line, Person L, Legendary Divorce) & Brian Medlin (The Minor Times, Person L, Wives, Legendary Divorce, etc...). Listen along in real time with Brian and Brian as they explore a full length vinyl record while crowding around an active Volcano. Recorded in Potato's House on Baloney Avenue in Philadelphia, PA.
 
Join multi-platinum record producer (and head of eclectic dance act The Young Punx) Hal Ritson and a crew of DJs, musicians and friends at the party everyone’s invited to. Fresh house music, drum and bass, breaks, disco, mashups and hip hop go head to head with anecdotes from the music industry, drunken revelry, live jamming and hardcore snack reviews! Legendary dance music podcast with tens of thousands of listeners worldwide, broadcast since 2007 from The Old Hit Factory in London.
 
Not Her Again is the movie podcast where we look at those Oscar years where Meryl Streep was nominated for an Oscar… but went home emptyhanded. All 17 of them (and counting? Probably? Who knows?). Looking at Meryl’s record number of losses will take us from Hollywood in the late ’70s to today, and we’ll see how things have changed, how things haven’t, who should have won, what films were overlooked or overpraised, and why this woman’s attendance is damn near perfect when she loses 85 percent ...
 
Oasis Podcast is the only podcast/ radio show dedicated to the most influential band of the 1990s, Oasis. We delve into the history of the group as well as discussing many other areas of music and pop culture through in depth interviews with people who experienced the phenomenon that was the rise of Oasis at the time. We discuss the impact on pop culture back then, plus their legacy today. With high production values we edit the shows together with archive material from the time, including r ...
 
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Dr. Tomas Jose Barrientos Quezada, Dean of the Department of Archeology at Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, joins us to discuss the "Popol Vuh: The Mayan Book of the Dawn of Life and the Glories of Gods and Kings," including the evolutionary creation of humans, the hero twins who became Venus and the Sun, the dawn over all people, the god who pr…
 
Grieving Eucalyptus was a three-piece band from Berks County, PA who combined the sounds of Buddy Holly, garage rock, and punk-pop groups like The Buzzcocks and the Rezillos. That’s the write-up that Angelo gave me and I’m sticking to it. Their name has come up a few times in the previous interviews like Chuck from Weston, Josh from the Overdrives,…
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast! Today's episode is sponsored by Columbia Pins! Follow them on twitter and instagram @columbiapins plus check out columbiapins.bigcartel.com - use the code OASISPOD to get a 20% discount! Today's guest is Nick Egan - follow him on Instagram @nick_egan_for_creativevandal Support the Oasis Podcast Network at patreon.…
 
Host J.D. Reager is joined by one of his all-time favorite songwriters, Matthew Caws of Nada Surf. They talk about the election results and how Matthew found inspiration in America's deep political divide, meeting and recording with Ric Ocasek, the band's relationship to their breakthrough hit "Popular," how the album Let Go brought them back after…
 
Recorded 9.5.20: In this chat, we talk to our drummer, Jacob Harelick, about professional Simon Says, Westchester Judaism, our "tour", love squares, his various early bands (Walking Is Like Running, Arthur The Pleasure, Soul Candy), being a Ripe/Lawrence fanboy, niches, reaching out, terrible shows, fracturing his heels, and the various artists he …
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast! Today's guest is Charlotte @LeVolumeCourbe - check out her new EP featuring Noel and Mikey Rowe at levolumecourbe.com Many thanks to Your Teams Prints for sponsoring this episode. Follow them @YourTeamsPrints - check them out https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/YourTeamsPrints If you buy something let them know you found…
 
For this episode of the Old DIngy Jukebox, I figured it being election time and all, it would be a good idea to feature records about drinking and politics. As it turns out, the show is mostly songs about drinking. I have a few records in my collection that are political in nature, but the more I started digging through the stacks the more I realiz…
 
Recording date: November 11 2020 01:22:09 PM US/Eastern Access recorded conference from a phone or computer. Dial the playback number, then enter the access code and reference number or click رقم تسجيل الاجتماع 280 to play recording online. Playback number: (712) 770-5506 Access code: 732499 Reference Number: 280…
 
Host J.D. Reager talks to Memphis musician and journalist Alex Greene about the results of the presidential election, the writing job they both wanted but Alex ultimately got, working on the new Reigning Sound album, touring with Tav Falco's Panther Burns and the evolution of his solo project, Alex Greene & the Rolling Head Orchestra. Then J.D. pla…
 
Archeologist Christina Leverkus from Midgard Viking Centre joins us for a discussion about buried treasures mentioned in ancient texts and archeological discoveries at Borre, which has the largest gathering of monumental mounds in Northern Europe. What do these burial mounds tell us about the people who made them and their societies? Learn more abo…
 
the fiendz are a Jersey pop-punk band that formed in 1987. Their catalog includes 13 releases since 1987 including their James from Fun Size’s favorite album Wact which we talk about in this interview. The fiendz are Jersey legends who had an influence on a ton of bands in the late 90s so I thought it would be fitting to have Jerry on the show. He …
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast Support at patreon.com/oasispod Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Buy Some Might Say - The Definitive Story of Oasis - https://thisdayinmusicbooks.com/books/some-might-say-the-definitive-history-of-oasis/ Email oasispod@gmail.com Today's guest is Nick Brine @brinestonpickle 0:00 L…
 
In this episode, we talked to our good friend Emilia Ali about healthy rescheduling, getting to know Boston, her mother's music, touring from the womb, contact typos, PornHub drums, Berklee, being typecast as a vocalist, learning how to collaborate (and her work with Val of Fiji Blue & dwilly), relationship baggage (and how to express it), kidneys …
 
Donuts N' Glory were a couple of high school friends with similar musical tastes started playing together with no intentions of anything serious. They put an ad up in a local record store (Vinyl Solution in Huntington Beach, CA) seeking a singer and bass player. A few days later they met and played with Freddie, who played bass and sang. They liked…
 
Louis La Roche presents… a special Halloween DJ mix built out of less well known 70s creepy disco party tracks! It’s the apocalypse. So welcome to the disco… MUSIC IN THIS SHOW Count Floyd Intro – SCTV, Addrisi Brothers – Ghost Dancer, Cherries – Disco Devil , Mother Gong – Disco At The End Of World , Chromium – Haunted Disco, Manhattan Transfer – …
 
John 4:1-26 1 Now when Jesus learned that the Pharisees had heard that Jesus was making and baptizing more disciples than John 2 (although Jesus himself did not baptize, but only his disciples), 3 he left Judea and departed again for Galilee. 4 And he had to pass through Samaria. 5 So he came to a town of Samaria called Sychar, near the field that …
 
Dr. Brian Swain, Assistant Professor of History, joins Dr. Isaksen to discuss Jordanes' "Getica: Origin and Deeds of the Goths" and how it might have been written as a rhetorical intervention to reconcile the Romans and the Goths and end the war that had been going on for 17 years.By David Erland Isaksen
 
Host J.D. Reager talks to returning guest Dr. Aaron Sayers, PhD psychologist and practicing therapist, about techniques for dealing with the stress, anxiety and fear associated with the coming election and the ongoing pandemic and social unrest. Then comedian Katrina Coleman (You Look Like, Memphis Comedy Festival) joins the show to talk about her …
 
In this episode, we talked to our new friend Frank Kadillac of Neon Dreams about moving around Canada, gaining empathy, getting raided by a SWAT team, meeting Waka Flocka, racism, Black Lives Matter, time traveling, weirdos at parties, quality gaps, self care, boxing, The Fray B-sides, and stories behind his upcoming record "The Happiness of Tomorr…
 
Slow Gherkin was formed in 1993 and released their first album, Double Happiness, which was distributed by Asian Man Records, on July 29, 1996. They released their second album, Shed Some Skin, in 1998. In 2002, the band released Run Screaming, their final album. The band played a farewell show on August 17 of the same year but played a sold-out re…
 
Host J.D. Reager plays the new single, "Glory Line," off of Memphis musician William Luke White's new self-titled solo EP before talking to his old friend about the new record, collaborating with the late Clay Otis, his ongoing battle with cancer, touring with Pavement's Spiral Stairs, the value of seeing a therapist and more. Then William Luke Whi…
 
Host J.D. Reager talks to Jared "Jay B" Boyd about his high-profile gigs at WYXR 91.7 FM, the Daily Memphian and Beale St. Caravan, and the career journey that eventually brought him back to Memphis. Then Chicago musician Ben Crowell joins the show to talk about his new project Sheet Ghosts and his small-batch coffee roasting operation, Glassworks …
 
In this episode, we talked to our college friend Miranda Glory about The Bachelor, NYC open mics, Berklee, pizza debts, EDM features, Songland, phone backgrounds, songwriting intuition, performing with a broken toe, astrology, limerence, and the stories behind her songs ("Take"/"Lost Cause"). Subscribe to our Patreon: www.patreon.com/TalkingLion…
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast Support at patreon.com/oasispod Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Buy Some Might Say - The Definitive Story of Oasis - https://thisdayinmusicbooks.com/books/some-might-say-the-definitive-history-of-oasis/ Email oasispod@gmail.com Today's guest is Andrew Cushin @andrewcushin His ne…
 
This episode of the Old, Dingy Juke Box features some of my favorite tracks from the great record label, Arhoolie Records. This great record label had a great impact on my musical development and music tastes when I was younger. It still does, and I often marvel at the great and varied output to be found on Arhoolie records. Founded by Chris Stachw…
 
Mustard Plug is an American ska punk band from Grand Rapids, Michigan, consisting of Dave Kirchgessner (vocals), Brandon Jenison (trumpet), Jim Hofer (trombone), Nate Cohn (drums), Colin Clive (guitar/vocals), and Rick Johnson (bass). Formed in 1991, the band has regularly toured throughout the United States, Europe, Japan, and South America. They …
 
In this episode, we talked to our friend Molly Moore (with a cameo from her dog, Atlas) about transformation, Zoom sessions, growing up in the suburbs of New York, handling breakups, couch karma, learning the bass, "friendship freckles", world hunger, and her new single "Handsomer" (w/ Maty Noyes). Subscribe to our Patreon: www.patreon.com/TalkingL…
 
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