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DJ/Producer David Tort is one of the most influential Spanish artist in the global electronic music scene. His success is the product of both, his distinctive studio work and his in-demand DJ sets all around the world. Both sides have made him a household name in modern club culture. Djing for over 30 years, David has been also brewing his studio sound for over fifteen years cultivating a unique and diverse musical personality understood both by clubbers and industry alike. His discography i ...
 
BlazinRy Radio is an entertainment show powered by Blog Talk Radio. The episodes begin by covering the hot topics of the day in entertainment, news, and sports. BlazinRy host Ryan Holmes then chats with today's hottest and funniest artists and entertainers. Recent guests include hip-hop legend Biz Markie ("Just a Friend"), Grammy nominee Jaret Reddick (Bowling For Soup), Sanjaya Malakar (American Idol), Emmy Winner and Tony nominee Tammy Blanchard (Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows, How to Suc ...
 
Join Alex Hibbert, a major record-holding polar expedition leader in his podcast. He tackles subjects linked to the polar regions and the exploration world, and wider topics including atheism, society, science and other current affairs. Hibbert is a well-regarded international speaker, an author of three books, and has made contributions through both television and written columns. He graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Biological Sciences.
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military Entertainment Network In 2006, Dav ...
 
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Down Home Cajun Music- Independent Cajun Labels on 45 rpm: Volume Two Aldus Roger- Channel 10 Two Step (Acadian Artists 1000) Ervin Lejeune & Jake Bertrand- Calcasieu Playboys Waltz (Buck 501) Wayne Hebert- Circle D Special (Circle D 1003) Ernest Thibodeaux and Danny Shuff- Pine Grove Waltz (Lanor Custom Series 1005) Jake Broussard- Iowa Two Step (…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Independent Cajun Labels on 45 rpm: Volume One This episode focuses on some of the releases from smaller, independent labels to come out of south Louisiana from 1950's to the 1980's. With the recording advancements of the time, many of these smaller labels started recording many local artists. Some of these records were put o…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- The Clement Brothers Terry Clement grew up in a musical family. He and his brothers started a band, modeling their style after their hero; Nathan Abshire. In the mid 50's they recorded one record for JD Miller's Feature label; "Te Maurice" and "Diggy Liggy Lo". As rock and roll became popular, they recorded not only Cajun Fre…
 
Hey guys! hope you’re all well! I been a bit lost on the road, it feels amazing to be Djing again after a year and half of a lock down nightmare, and you know, the road, the clubs, some Jaegger shots :) I guess we all need to stop for a second sometimes to recharge our mind. Here we go again with HoTLRadio and I hope you'll enjoy this mix I've done…
 
School of Hollywood Interviews: Latin Actress, Writer, & Producer Katherine Geren who is behind the hotly-tipped new pilot series “Elisa’s Almost Thirty” that follows ‘Elisa’ (played by Geren) who on the brink of turning thirty meets a father she never knew existed, throwing her into a quarter-life crisis after learning her newly moved-in father is…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Lionel Cormier & The Sundown Playboys Formed in 1947, The Sundown Playboys were the musical journey of the Lionel Cormier family. The group recorded for JD Miller's Feature label in 1951 and didn't record again till 1956, this time with Goldband records. For the 1956-1957 recordings, Dewey Balfa replaced Wallace Toucet on fid…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Leo Soileau Anthology 1928-1937 Leo Soileau was one of the pioneer artists of recorded Cajun music. He was the first Cajun fiddler to record starting in 1928 and had a recording career that lasted until 1937. He made more than 100 recordings during these years and many of the later ones have not been reissued. Along his with …
 
School of Hollywood : Our Guest is Canadian Director & Screenwriter Gino McKoy to give you the first look behind his upcoming Sci-fi Horror Thriller LUMINA, the very first sci-fi movie filmed entirely in Morocco. Cast include Golden Globe nominee Eric Roberts, Ken Lawson, and Eleanor Williams. We talk about Gino's background in the Music Business t…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Harry Choates: Gold Star Recordings 1946-1950 While our previous episode on Harry Choates focused on his last recordings; this episode goes back to the beginning with his first recordings for Goldstar in 1946. While Harry had been a sideman for groups such as the Rayne Bo Ramblers and Leo Soileau; he steps out on his own with…
 
Want to get Hired in a Horror Film Lead? Hear from the Producer that gave Keanu Reeves his first Above Title Billing that made him a Movie Star. Hi this Steve Owens and my Guest on School of Hollywood is Joel Soisson Acclaimed Hollywood producer (Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2, Phantoms, Piranha 3DD) and has a new fil…
 
Lawrence Walker began his recording career in 1929, when he recorded some early sides for the Brunswick label. By the mid-thirties he recorded for the Bluebird label, then he returned to recording in 1950 for the Khoury's label. By 1955, the label faded out as 45rpm records were coming in. Lawrence recorded for Floyd Soileau's early labels then sta…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Sons of Acadians 1939 Sons of Acadians were formed by a team of Lafayette area musicians in 1939 to capture the sounds of the popular music coming from the radio. Made up of cousins, Oran "Doc" Guidry on fiddle, Nason Guidry on upright bass, and Sidney Guidry as guitarist and vocalist, they teamed up with either steel-guitari…
 
School of Hollywood Exclusive Interview with Theo Park the casting director of Ted Lasso on APPLE TV+. We talk about the casting process from the show from Show Runner to Cast. Also we talk about Theo as one of the CDs on Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Jason Sudeikis plays Ted Lasso, a small-time college football coach from Kansas hired to coach a profe…
 
School of Hollywood: Film Marketing: Wil Shelton, founder of Wil Power talks about the movie promotion campaign, the significance of reaching the communities through their network of over 100,000 salons and barbershops, and more. Wil Power, a multicultural marketing company, has teamed up with Cristal Franklin, niece to Aretha Franklin, the studio …
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Early Jo-El Sonnier On this episode we feature the early recordings of Jo-El Sonnier. Beginning with his first recordings on Swallow Records in 1960, we move through his recordings up to his early Goldband sessions. With The Duson Playboys- Duson Playboys Special (Swallow 112) With The Duson Playboys- Tee Yeaux Bleu (Swallow …
 
School of Hollywood Interview with, Ashley Támar Davis, Grammy-Nominated Composer/Vocalist, Music Supervisor, Broadway Vocalist, Author. Ms. Davis will be releasing her upcoming album My Name is Ashley, an 8-song funk/rock project featuring Mononeon, Jason Moran, Mark Kelley, Eric Harland, Jellybean Johnson and more, on August 12, 2021 with 200 exc…
 
Three women move to a tropical island where they’re joined by 24 men – 12 self-proclaimed “Nice Guys” looking for love, and 12 self-proclaimed “FBoys,” there to compete for cold, hard cash. The women will navigate the dating pool together with the hope of finding a lasting love connection. By the finale, all will be revealed – who is a Nice Guy, wh…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Early Lawrence Walker 1929-1935 While he is better known for his later recordings on Khoury's and La Louisianne Records, Lawrence Walker's first recordings were made in 1929 with his brother Joseph Elton, recording one record for the Brunswick label. Lawrence would not record again till 1935, it was then they he recorded 3 re…
 
One of HoTL favorites @juandiaz is on the driver's seat for this week's HoTL Radio!Tracklist:N-You-Up Mike Dunn_-_Jack My Body_David Penn RemixJuan Diaz & Franco De Mulero ‘My Journey' (extended mix)Harry Romero - Mood Vision (Original Mix)Milk & Sugar feat. Ronn Carrol - House Dimension (Brokenears Remix)Brokenears - Alright (Original Mix)M&S Pres…
 
The show is a half-hour dramedy about a mixed religious family dealing with the death of their beloved, wealthy aunt just as their wayward, substance abusing daughter, Evie, (Sanditz) returns home from her career as a “celebrated” high life bar and restaurant reviewer in Chicago to collect her inheritance. Watching the Pilot its across between "Cal…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee Part One This week we are coming up on the anniversary of Amede and Dennis's last recordings together in 1934. On this episode we reflect back to their first recordings, starting in 1929 and ends in the middle of their 1930 recordings. Their music represents some of the most intense music ever prod…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- 1929 Part One While the first Cajun recordings were made in 1928, the flood gates opened up in 1929. In that year we get the most diverse group of Cajun musicians to record in the pre war era. Many of these musicains recorded only a few sides and slipped off into obscurity. This mix is devoted to those artists and their beaut…
 
While I'm still buzzing from my last American tour, I'm so excited to play in my city again, so if you're around the Barcelona area I would love to see you at La Daurada next Friday 6th of August for the @hotlrecords summer residency!Tracklist:David Tort, Kurt Caesar, DIVA Vocal - That Night [Doorn Records]David Tort, Markem - Cosmos (Extended Mix)…
 
SHAB is in the House to talk about her new record 'Music to My Heart" premiered on youtube Featuring the famed Latin sounds of the Martinez Twins . The Track was produced by Ariane and JLO's Damon Sharpe Grammy-winning producer. We talk about indie artist road to success. https://youtu.be/LAgmcTF0A-0…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Hackberry Ramblers 1935-1938 The Hackberry Ramblers started playing together in 1933. They were the first band to combine Cajun music with country music, sung in English. Besides country music, they played western swing, blues, traditional jazz standards, a wide range of popular songs. They were also the first group to use am…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Nouveau Musique Goldman Thibodeaux & The Lawtell Playboys- Allons Danser Cameron Dupuy and the Cajun Troubadours- Dupuy Special Lost Bayou Ramblers- La Valse De Balfa/ The Bathtub Corey Ledet- M'ap Marshe' Cory McCauley and His Evangeline Aces-Mazurka de la Louisianne Michot's Melody Makers- Allons Tous Boire Un Coup Michot's…
 
Interview with Mark about his days on "Chuck" as Big Mike, his two 2021 Emmy Nominations and advices for Actors on Indie Films. You don't want to miss this episode. Veteran actor and comedian Mark Christopher Lawrence shines as the lead in his co-produced project, $TACK$ which earned him a 2021 Daytime Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Daytime Ficti…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- The Rise of Swallow Records Part One 1.Introduction by Floyd Soileau 2.Milton Molitor with Austin Pitre Band- Manuel Bar Waltz (Big Mamou 101) 3.Discussion with Floyd Soileau 4.Lawrence Walker- Bon Ton Rouley (Vee Pee 102) 5.Discussion with Floyd Soileau 6.Aldus Roger- O.S.T Special (Vee Pee 103) 7.Discussion with Floyd Soile…
 
These early recordings capture Boozoo Chavis at his best. His recordings at Goldband from the mid-50s to the early 60's contain some of the earliest examples of zydeco music. And just think; we have Sidney Brown to thank.. Down Home Cajun Music- Boozoo Chavis: Goldband Recordings Paper in My Shoe Forty One Days Bye Bye Catin Oh Yae Yae My Love Just…
 
Back in the studio after a month on the road that I can say it was beyond AMAZING! Was so good to dance together again with you guys. THANK YOU Mexico, Colombia and United States, 6 cities, 3 countries and more to come soon. Keep tuned!Malone, Calussa - More Life (After Hours Mix) [Hurry Up Slowly]David Tort, Kurt Caesar - Las Dalias (Extended Mix)…
 
Hi this is Steve Owens your host of School of Hollywood where we talk with Producers, Actors and Directors about career steps and current projects. This Episode we have the honor to speak with Dimitri Logothetis Director, Producer, Writer of "Jiu Jitu" Movie on Netflix. New Producers will learn about steps to get your first movie made.…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Cajun Recordings on Paramount Records Paramount Records was well known for their recordings of country, blues and jazz. But they also recorded Cajun music at three sessions. This episode features recordings from those three sessions. By 1929, Paramount Records had taken notice of the success of Cajun artists on Columbia, RCA …
 
Steve Owens host of School of Hollywood talks how to get started in Voice Over. In Steve's radio career he voiced over 1,000 commercials. We hope this advices gets you on the right path to voice overs with in a major city or in market with just radio and tv stations. You will be able to hear 3 different samples of Phone, Adobe Audition and Pro Tool…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Belton Richard on Chamo Volume One In 1962, Belton and the Musical Aces recorded for Redlich's Chamo label out of Crowley. These first recordings the group did for the label were recorded at the local radio station, KSIG in Crowley. For the Chamo label, Belton and the Aces released eight 45 rpm records and one lp. Here is the…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- J.B. Fuselier J.B. Fuselier was a popular Cajun fiddler during the 1930's and 1940's. He first started recording with Beethoven Miller's group, Miller's Merrymakers and soon was leading the band under his name. Even during this time, J.B. would bring his accordion to dances and play it. He is credited by many musicians to bri…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Early Clifton Chenier In honor of June 25th being Clifton's birthday and Louisiana honoring him with Clifton Chenier day, this episode is a mix of Clifton's early recordings. Clifton began his recording career in the 1954, recording for Post ,Elko, Specialty Records and Chess Records. This episode focuses on his early years w…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Rayne Bo Ramblers 1935-1941 Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc started off his recording career in 1935 with the Bluebird label with his group, The Rayne Bo Ramblers. The group continued recording all through the pre war era for the label recording many great classic songs, embracing the musical styles of the era. Happy had a good ea…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Along The Bayou This weeks episode features a mix of 78 rpm recordings from the late 30's to the late 50's. JB Fuselier and his Merrymakers- Ma Chere Jolite (Bluebird 2036) Harry Choates- Mari Jole Blon (Gold Star 1350) Iry LeJeune- Jolie Catin (Goldband G-F102) Nathan Abshire- The New Jole Blon (Khoury's 636) Floyd LeBlanc- …
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Pee Wee Broussard 1958-1986 Accordionist Pee Wee Broussard recorded early on with J.D. Miller out of Crowley. Much of that has been collected on the Acadian All Star box set. This mix starts on his band's recordings after that. While Pee Wee played as a side man on other group's recordings; this set focuses on his own recordi…
 
Some new good tunes this week on my set for #HoTLradio, here we go!Shouse - Love Tonight (Vintage Culture & Kiko Franco Remix) [Hell Beach]Diplo, Mat.Joe Vs Alaia & Gallo - Conga Syloo (David Tort Bootleg) [Higher Ground/Toolroom]Luca Bisori - Himba (Original Mix) [Ocean Trax]Lexlay - Boogie (Extended Mix) [Kittball]David Tort - Reverberate (Origin…
 
DHCM- Andrew Cormier and the Rambling Aces: Early Recordings Andrew Cormier and his Rambling Aces were a driving force in Cajun music; and the kings of the dancehall. Andrew was originally from Church Point, but moved to East Texas, and with his band, the Rambling Aces; had the crowds following him. A accordion player with a great style, who, in Ma…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- The Sugar Bees Cleveland Crochet first recorded as The Hillbilly Ramblers in 1954, recording for Eddie Shuler's Folk Star label. This group was different than the later line up with the exception that Charlie Babineaux was on guitar. It wasn't until 1957 when Cleveland got the lineup right when he recorded for George Khoury's…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Nathan Abshire: KAJUN Records Part 2 On this episode we round out the second part of Nathan's recordings for JD Miller's KAJUN label. Along with the issued sides, we include a couple of unissued recordings from the sessions. The recordings showcase Nathan's new band he had assembled consisting of Dewey Balfa, Junior Benoit, T…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Nathan Abshire: KAJUN Records Part One By 1958, the recording career of Nathan Abshire and the Pine Grove Boys with Khoury's was coming to a end. Knowing Nathan Abshire could still sell records, J.D. Miller quickly signed him to a contract and had the band in his studio in Crowley to record. He recorded on Miller's KAJUN labe…
 
From New York City we have @chessermusic in the mix for this week’s HoTL Radio, warming up for his upcoming release together with @mrozmusic and myself “I Will Deliver” is coming very soon on @hotlrecords, keep tuned!Stream or Download our latest release: https://smarturl.it/HoTL126Tracklist: Wh0 - Out Of Time Ft. Clementine Douglas [Wh0 Plays]CHES…
 
This week's episode features a new selection of pre and post war Cajun 78's. Leo Soileau- Allons A Ville Platte (Bluebird 2196) Sidney Brown- Highball Two Step (Goldband 1046) The Four Aces- Aces Breakdown (Bluebird 2045) Cliff Lemaire- Rou Li Aie (Hot Rod 104) Bertrand & Pitre- Cousinne Lilly (Paramount 21076) Lawrence Walker- Madame Sostan (Khour…
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Goldband Records Part One Eddie Shuler's Goldband Record label recorded many greats in Cajun music through the late 40's through the 1970's. The label's output reflected the changing styles of Cajun French music and showcased some of the biggest names in the industry. Here's a introductory episode on Goldband Records. Sidney …
 
Down Home Cajun Music- Joe & Cleoma Falcon 1936-1937 Part One By 1936, Joe and Cleoma's group consisted of themselves and family friend Moise Morgan playing the fiddle. They recorded two sessions in 1936 and another two in 1937. Their original songs were losing popularity and they felt the pressure to release more music, including popular radio tun…
 
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