Before we really get started, we’re going to focus in on what we really mean by a band. We’re not talking about the likes of Take That – to be fair, they’ve proven themselves to be okay the second time … Continue reading
Any band, whether they’re just starting out or selling out giant arenas, can’t do anything without strong fan support. Die-hard fans act as marketers, promoters and viral advertisers for the music and the mantra and help turn the band into … Continue reading
Name: Traz Messiah Why is celebrating Black music important to you? It’s important to me because, in my opinion, all forms of popular music today are influenced by the contributions of African-Americans. If you drill down to the essence of … Continue reading
HOLE When getting ready to do any prolonged housework, I always program Spotify with these ten tracks, if your hoovering or cleaning your kitchen. These are some nice pics that combine a mix of styles, all which will give a … Continue reading
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Dangerous Lee and HP talk to Rock singer Teri Catlin and DT of Rock band Swirl. Teck’n'B music artist Justina stands us up yet again, but her single “Driving Like a Bitch” is featured. The Dangerous Item of the Week is book Wife Living Dangerously.
Dr. B and Dangerous Lee welcome Brandon and Brenda’s dad to the Radio Happy Hour. At least that’s how a whole generation of television viewers will always remember James Eckhouse–as Jim Walsh, the patriarch on Beverly Hills 90210.
Eckhouse, along with Malcolm Danare, who plays Ned Ostroff on CSI Miami and will also be on this week’s show, have collaborated on IN HEAT, a comedic stage production running at The Lost Studio in Hollywood through July 20th.
We’ll discuss their new show, the differences between television and theater and of course, 90210.
Also this week, author Michael H. Brown will tell us why “American Women are Crazy“. Brown promises that by telling us about his experiences, he’ll save men “a mountain of grief, a ton of money, and the myriad of hassles known in American marriage today.”
Will he convince Dr. B to marry a Russian woman from a catalog? Will he convince Vinny Bond not to attempt marriage again? Will he survive the wrath of Dangerous Lee?
All that, plus the music of rock band Paging Grace, Vinny in the Radio Happy Hour Lounge chatting live with the listeners, Justin the Weatherman and we’ll take your calls at 646-652-4804. www.blogtalkradio.com/drblogstein
Dangerous and HP are scheduled to talk to Sheri Zampelli from donateyourweight.com, alternative rock band Solemn and Grundy, and The World’s Sexiest Film Critic will talk summer films.
Dangerous and HP are scheduled to talk to hip hop artists Universal Language, musicians I.T. formerly known as Uncalled Four, and Garrick Dixon of BET’s Hell Date will also be in the house. The Dangerous Item of the Week is movie, A Dangerous Woman.