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Steven Phillips has hosted "The Morning Dish", a live radio show, on Lake 97.7 WJUL for the past 9 years. He has won the 2017 and 2020 Gabby Award for Best On Air Personality of the Year in Georgia. "The Morning Dish" is a lighthearted, mixed up combination of, as Steven says it best, "Unfair and Unbalanced" sideways views of current events and news stories with a long list of great interviews from all walks of life.
 
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He is a bass player born Jeffrey Lynn Davis in Tennessee. Often known as Jeff “Stick” Davis, he has played with numerous artists including B.B King, Little Richard and Al Green and The Memphis Blues Revue with Billy Earhart III. In 1972, in Memphis, he was a founder member of the Amazing Rhythm Aces . He has also played with The Beat Daddys and The…
 
Robert Glover first visited China in 1996 as a UK social worker to research how he could use his professional training to support disadvantaged children. In 1998 Robert and Elizabeth founded ‘Care for Children’ and moved to Shanghai with their family of eight, to work in partnership with the Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau. To acknowledge the unprece…
 
This week Brian and Jason discuss recent show reviews. Then they bust out the new segment Show Alerts with Jason Johantges. Next the guys welcome their guest, Riley Couzzourt, guitarist from The Georgia Thunderbolts. Riley chats with the boys about the new record, Can We Get A Witness. Discussions include the long making of the record, the current …
 
This week the boys also touch on the upcoming Apple event and the high ratio of job satisfaction within the industry. Scotty shares his week of working on a command line tool and his experience with the swift argument parser. John talks about his ever-growing dynamic component library and its uses within adaptive layouts, especially his recent work…
 
The Morning Dish with Steve Rubin. Nobody does 007 encyclopedias better than Bond historian Steven Jay Rubin. Packed with behind-the-scenes information, fascinating facts, trivia, bloopers, classic quotes, character bios, cast and filmmaker bios, and hundreds of rare and unusual photographs of those in front of and behind the camera.…
 
From the humble beginnings as a traveling family gospel group from Joplin, Missouri, to the renowned Oak Tree Productions in Hendersonville, TN, the dynamic duo brothers Paul and Tre' Corley continue to make an impact on the music industry. In the early 90's Paul, Tre' and their late brother Sam III were always recording records in a small studio i…
 
Chapman performed in bands throughout high school and college. After going to Bible college at what is now Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and was hired as guitar player for The Rambos. In 1979, his song "Father's Eyes" was recorded as the title track to Amy Grant's Grammy-nominated …
 
Jeff Allen combines clean, hilarious humor like no other comedian working today. Besides performing at corporate functions and fundraisers, he regularly appears on television, radio, and casinos across the country. Jeff has been featured on America’s Got Talent, Netflix, Amazon, Dry Bar Comedy, Pureflix, Huckabee, Warner Bros., Bananas, Apostles of…
 
Hear from Ramon Presson and Dr. Gary Chapman on the topic of Shame. This podcast is produced by underdog.film, based in Franklin, TN. Underdog.film focuses on video storytelling for businesses, churches, non-profits and documentary film production. Everyone has stories, we help tell it through powerful video. Visit https://www.underdog.film or send…
 
Brian and Jason chat about upcoming shows, and releases from some of their favorite artists. Next the guys welcome their guest, from Brian's hometown of Grand Forks, ND, Joe Eddie. Joe talks to the boys about his start in music, working at Vintage Guitar magazine, his band The Heatseekers, and finally, brainstorms with the guys on a few theories ab…
 
This week the boys talk John's recent musical accomplishments and how he's been resolving constraints with UIButtons when the size of the content is dynamic. Scotty talks his recent work on a client's feature set and the inheritance decisions that come with an existing codebase. One More Thing by James Dempsey & The Breakpoints | Apple Music One Mo…
 
Born in Jesup, Georgia, United States, Bramblett studied religion and psychology at the University of North Carolina, with the objective of entering the seminary. However, finding inspiration in the music of James Taylor, Carole King, and Bob Dylan, he abandoned his theological studies and pursued songwriting, soon moving to Athens, Georgia. After …
 
Vincent Neil Emerson is a torchbearer of the Texas songwriter tradition. He channels the straightforward truth-telling and resonance of his songwriting heroes in Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and Steve Earle into something fresh and distinctly his own. Where his 2019 debut Fried Chicken and Evil Women proved that he is one of the most reverent stude…
 
One of the most incredible things about great music is that it has the ability to take the listener to a place they’d rather be. A compelling song can carry someone back in time to a treasured memory, or transport a person to a spectacular western prairie they’ve only visited in their dreams. Ned LeDoux’s music has that kind of power. As a songwrit…
 
Brian and Jason discuss the musical artists that have come out of Minnesota, specifically Minneapolis. Then they chat about the blues scene from Minneapolis, northern Minnesota, and into North Dakota. Then the guys welcome their guest Mark Howley, lead singer, and harp player from Duluth, MN blues band Virgil Caine. Mark chats with the guys about h…
 
Continuing on from Monday's episode, John reveals the thrilling conclusion to his discussion on his dynamic icon button class. Scotty takes a nostalgic look back at the business and development environments of Mac apps and offers some in-home-office workout tips. Twitter | Drew McCormackBy Steve Scott (Scotty) & John Fox
 
BOGI LATEINER Bogi started out as an outsider to the automotive industry. As a young woman first learning to drive, her experiences at repair shops led her to want to learn about her car to feel less vulnerable during the repair process. She surprised everyone when she fell in love with working on cars and the automotive industry as a whole and dec…
 
Vocalist Carter Robertson is no stranger to the music community, singing on such hits as Waylon’s “Are You Ready For the Country,” “Come With Me” and “Luckenbach Texas” to name a few. During the Outlaw Country years she backed up Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter both on the road and in the studio. She later joined back up with old friends to form t…
 
This week Brian and Jason chat about the current shows they've been to and shows they have coming up. Next they welcome their guest LA screenwriter, and comedian Heather Fink. Heather gives her take on the Woodstock 99 documentary, and contrasts that with her experiences as an attendee of the event.By Brian Jones
 
Ashlie’s Bio Clad in her stilettos and her mimosa in hand, Ashlie Lawson has been working in both the film and theatre industry. Ashlie has played duel characters in a Drunk History genre short film. She plays a drunk narrator, and a not so secret Agent in this short comedy about stealing the answers to all life’s questions. In a Western film, Ashl…
 
It would be impressive enough for an actor to star in a single show that changed the course of television history with iconic characters and cross-generational appeal, but the fact that John Schneider’s done exactly that on a consistent basis for at least four decades makes him nothing short of legendary. Whether it’s currently playing Jim Cryer on…
 
JAMIE DAILEY Jamie grew up singing and playing with family and regional groups all over middle Tennessee and Kentucky, but gained national attention when he joined Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver in 1998 as lead baritone and tenor singer. During Jamie’s tenure, the band won 13 IBMA Awards–including seven Vocal Group of the Year awards and earned four Gr…
 
ABOUT MICHAEL At the tender age of just seventeen, Michael enlisted in the United States Army. He served two years as an enlisted man before being chosen to become an officer, receiving his commission in June of 1967. After Ranger leadership and patrol training, followed by Jungle Training with the Special Forces in Panama, he was sent to Vietnam a…
 
The Blind Boys of Alabama have the rare distinction of being recognized around the world as both living legends and modern-day innovators. They are not just gospel singers borrowing from old traditions; the group helped to define those traditions in 20th century and almost single-handedly created a new gospel sound for the 21st. Since the original …
 
American rock band Blackberry Smoke - Made up of Charlie Starr (vocals, guitar), Paul Jackson (guitar, vocals), Richard Turner (bass, vocals), Brit Turner (drums) and Brandon Still (keyboards) - has become known for a singular sound indebted to classic rock, blues, country and folk. Since their debut in 2004, the Atlanta-based band has independentl…
 
Brian and Jason discuss Brian's weekend seeing Them Dirty Roses, and Whiskey Myers. Then they move on to discussing the strangest place they've seen a show. Next the guys welcome their guest, Mary Holt from Momma Mary's Music Mayhem podcast. Mary chats with the guys about crossing paths at Rockinpod, how she got into podcasting, her other roles as …
 
Born in Chicago and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Francine Reed has had a passion for singing since her early childhood. She began singing professionally with her family's gospel group when she was five. "I always say I was born singing," Reed has said in a biographical release. "I can still remember my first performance when I was a 3-year-old in my…
 
The son of a preacher man, Mississippi-raised Thorn spent much of his childhood in church, participating in multiple weekly services with his father as well as at neighboring African American congregations, where he became entranced with the music whose infectious spirit is captured on the new album. Don't Let the Devil Ride collects soulful songs …
 
Born in the Southern coalfields of West Virginia, by the age of two, Morgan White had already begun exhibiting a musical talent which would become her life-long passion. With a baby bottle in one hand and a microphone in the other, she performed at local nursing homes where her mother would stand her in a chair and she would sing classic gospel son…
 
With a positive start this week, John talks some excitement with a new blank slate project he's working on and the pros and cons of open sourcing. Scotty talks his week of squashing a couple of little bugs and checking off down the to-do list, and investigates the world of cross-platform apps, especially any alternatives to Electron. Liz Phair song…
 
From the days of playing greasy local juke joints to headlining major festivals, JJ Grey remains an unfettered, blissful performer, singing with a blue-collared spirit over the bone-deep grooves of his compositions. His presence before an audience is something startling and immediate, at times a funk rave-up, other times a sort of mass-absolution f…
 
Born in Brooklyn, Rob is best known for his 31 year tenure with the Imus in the Morning Program, providing many of the show's most popular characters. In the early 1980's he was one of the three members of the Improv Group, 'The Identical Triplets', with Eddie Murphy, and when the group went their separate ways he began a 10 year career as a Nation…
 
As a young musician straight out of Texas, Radney Foster spent the lengthy drives in between tour stops reading the likes of John Steinbeck, Larry McMurtry, and Harper Lee. Over 30 years of artist cuts later, there is no question that he himself is an established storyteller. Whether it’s navigating the ever-changing music industry or battling a su…
 
Established in 2018, Lucky Giraffe began as a way to cater to a tier of filmmaking that was in sore need of an established location and talent to call upon. We quickly realized that the needs of the industry needed us to expand and grow our current offerings and we began working to save and reuse as much material as possible. Our main focus is to e…
 
Entertainer Darren Dowler is one of the finest variety performers in show business. Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, The Lettermen, The Beach Boys Al Jardine, Mitch Ryder, and the Detroit Wheels, Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, The Fifth Dimension, The …
 
This week Brian and Jason present the first installment of 4 from the Rockinpod podcast expo in Nashville Tennessee. Their guests include former MTV VJ Mark Goodman, comedian, and former co-host That Metal Show on VH1, and finally former host of MTV Sunday night alternative show, 120 minutes.By Brian Jones
 
"Too Funk for Rock, Too Rock for Funk." Mothers Finest has always been a band impossible to force into artificially-labelled boxes. One of the most energetic and charismatic groups to cut a swath through the music industry, Mothers Finest defies boundaries and creates its own genre. Led by superbly talented vocalists Glenn "Doc" Murdock and Joyce "…
 
Using his background of language and indie development, John talks the work of localisation, especially indie localisation tools, and the difference between linguistically correct and culturally correct. Scotty shares the extent of his week of primarily client work, with the coordination of some changes for an upcoming 'thing'. Lokalise | Localisat…
 
Gretchen Keskeys’ speaking and music ministry began with a prayer. She was raising her young children and watching the show “Intervention.” As she was hurting for these people who were deep in addiction and self destruction, she noticed they all mostly had the same background: Abused, neglected and somehow abandoned (often through parental alcoholi…
 
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