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Roine Stolt - Radio Memphis Around the World - RMOD

September 7th, 2017

A major figure in Sweden's rock history, guitarist/singer/composer Roine Stolt​ led two of his country's most successful progressive rock bands: KAIPA​ in the 1970s and the The Flower Kings​ from the 1990s onward. His distinctive guitar style combined David Gilmour's debonair mid-tempo, Steve Howe's sharp edges, and Frank Zappa's virtuosity. His vision of a positive world governed by beauty (akin to Yes singer Jon Anderson) gave his music an aura that appealed to many progressive rock fans.

Roine Stolt remains one of the busiest and most prolific progressive artists .. and we sat down for a live phone interview with Roine Stolt this past fall (October 2017) to talk about his career during Radio Memphis Around The World. Did you miss it?

Catch the conversation right here.

 

*photo courtesy of Roine Stolt Facebook

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Guy LeMonnier - Radio Memphis Around the World

September 7th, 2017

Guy LeMonnier​ is a New York based actor and singer who hails from Grand Rapids, Michigan. As an original founding member of Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Guy performed and toured professionally with TSO for several years and can be heard on their album Beethoven's Last Night. As an actor who has  appeared in roles on the hit TV shows: Gotham​, Quantico​, Broad City and Power. He’s also performed in scores of shows on and off-Broadway, which include holding starring roles in Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas/Pontious Pilate), Jekyll and Hyde, and Dracula the Musical.  

As if that isn’t enough. Guy doesn’t stop down for a break either when keeping his jam-packed schedule going. He tours during the holiday season as a member of progressive rock holiday music group The Wizards of Winter​ and incorporates the Christmas pop group The The Kings of Christmas which he also helped create.

D sat down for a live phone interview during Radio Memphis Around the World with Guy this past summer (May 2017) to talk about his career and what advice he had for someone who wants to break into the industry. Did you miss it?

Catch their conversation right here.

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Michael T. Goodwin - Road Crew Radio - RMOD

September 6th, 2017

Michael T. Goodwin has over 30+ years in the business, is definitely a visionary and serves as a managing partner/director for Control Freak Systems​. (CFS) based out of Litith, PA. This company is an interactive video control company that creates custom control software solutions.  By providing clients with cutting-edge hardware and custom software solutions for fully integrated control of video, lighting, motion and live audio CFS has actually become a very niche company with a reputation for building and providing reliable solutions for never before seen challenges.

Through CFS, Michael was able to work with artists like Bon Jovi​, Bruno Mars, Foo Fighters​, Maroon 5,  Tim McGraw​, Soundgarden, Pharrell Williams, Journey, Lady Gaga, Beck, Lionel Richie, Taylor Swift, P!nk​  and Prince. And having the opportunity to collaborate on products and services for companies like Nike, the NFL, the NBA, EA Sports, Oculus, Jaguar, Kia and Volvo along with helping create moments for broadcasts and presentations for Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, Universal, The YouTube Music Awards and components for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Michael is a professional behind the scenes in the entertainment business.

What you may not know about Michael T. Goodwin is that he also spent a few tours of duty in the Alice Cooper camp near the beginning of his career and has done a ton of other things behind the curtain. D sat down with Michael T. Goodwin to talk about his career and how he got started. What advice he might have for the up and coming and what impact he is looking to make himself for the future of the business.

Catch the conversation right here.

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Tom “Putter” Hanlon - Road Crew Radio - Road Crew Tip - RMOD

September 6th, 2017

Every Monday night during Memphis Metal Mondays at 9:30 PM CT, we’re bringing you a weekly Road Crew Tip to help you for whether you are in the studio, on the stage or out on the road as part of the Radio Memphis – Road Crew Radio series.

From Monday September 5th we got a call from Baltimore, Maryland.

Tip #6: Expected the unexpected.  Hope for the best but prepare for the worst.

Catch the tip right here and listen to what Tom “Putter” Hanlon says about going with the flow.

 

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The Existence of Strange Things - S1E9 - Lyle Blackburn & Steve Ruskin

September 2nd, 2017

Noted author and Bigfoot hunter Lyle Blackburn visits the show to talk cryptids and other strange beasts. Plus he'll tell you about a couple of projects he is involved with. Also in this episode, now that the Great American Eclipse has come and gone, what data was gathered and what did we learn about this celestial phenomenon. Plus, the Director of The Existence of Strange Things, Ric Chetter sits down to talk about the show it's future and a strange encounter he once had with a ghost. 

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Rick Ruhl from Every Mother’s Nightmare - Memphis Metal Mondays

August 30th, 2017

Front man Rick Ruhl crashes in on Dirty D live in studio during her Memphis Metal Mondays show August 7th to visit and catch up.. Listen to what they chatted about and what Memphis’ own Every Mother’s Nightmare has coming down the pipe right here in this Radio Memphis exclusive.

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Low Society - Booze & Blues - RMOD

August 29th, 2017

Low Society has been more than friends of Radio Memphis over the years, they are like family around here. They have a new collection of tunes out called Sanctified. Mandy and Sturgis Nikides stopped by the studio Sunday 27 August, 2017 to talk about the new disc and play a little in studio. 

If you missed it, here it is.

 

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Ken Barr - Road Crew Radio Tip #5 - Memphis Metal Mondays - RMOD

August 29th, 2017

Every Monday night during Memphis Metal Mondays at 9:30 PM CT, we’re bringing you a weekly Road Crew Tip. Whether you are in the studio, on the stage or out on the road as part of the Radio Memphis - Road Crew Radio series.

For Monday (Aug 28th) we got a call from Florida.

Tip #5: Be considerate and respectful of the opening band’s needs.  Help your little brothers and sisters out.

Catch the tip right here and listen to what Ken Barr says about being part of the headlining act’s team and working with the openers.

 

*Brought to you by Ken Barr Films and Radio Memphis.

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Jessica Hannan - Radio Memphis Around The World - RMOD

August 29th, 2017

Dirty D caught up with Country Rock artist Jessica Hannan from Ohio for a live phone interview during Radio Memphis Around The World on Saturday August 26, 2017 to talk about her music and what’s coming up for her and her band.  

Did you miss it? Catch their conversation right here.

 

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Mickie Scott - Radio Memphis Around The World - Road Crew Radio - RMOD

August 29th, 2017

Mickie Scott a.k.a. Mrs. Mix has 30+ years in the music business having done everything from being an artist herself to working on the set and being a part of a crew for TV music shows to interning for and managing some of the most iconic recording studios including Electric Lady Studios, Chicago Trax,  Cherokee Recording Studios, Amigo Recording Studios and Lighthouse Recording Studios.  She’s even juggled her worlds to include managing bands’ careers.  What you may not know about Mickie Scott is that she nearly blew up her chances on the first day of what would be considered her biggest break and stepping stone into this crazy world that we know as the music business. Literally.

Catch the conversation with D and Mickie right here when they sat down together during Radio Memphis Around The World August 26th to have some girl talk about the business.

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