It's Friday - Join the Radio Enigma, SentaiRick as he fills in for Jiggy from 5pm to 7pm LIVE on Finalfrontierradio.com and more! 2 Guests, lots of good banter, and 2 hours that just fly by , so grab your Big Mac, have a seat, and get royally entertained!
(Lineup subject to change)
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The Dirty Panties
The Dirty Panties officially formed in 2001. Like most great ideas, the concept of The Dirty Panties was born at a New York City bar, in a drunken stupor, and had a history even before it had instruments. After moving to Vegas, creating a solid local following and undergoing a few personnel changes, The Dirty Panties solidified their line-up with founding member, Barbara Lenox, on guitar; lead singer, Melanie Ash; Michelle “Lil’ Moe” Meyer on bass; and Kayley “Animal” Malcolm on drums. Through extensive touring throughout the Southwest, the Dirty Panties have earned the reputation as a “must see act” and become iconic in Las Vegas and beyond.
Influenced by the DIY past of NYC punk and the raw style of the garage rock renaissance, The Dirty Panties have created their own unique sound. They write and perform powerful, infectious songs that reflect the band’s personality. From getting drunk, feminism and rejection, to their take on what it means to be a girl in the punk scene in the anthem “Pretty In Pink.” “The Panties” as their fans call them, are a unique, hard working punk rock band that know their way around a dive bar, a catchy song and a concert stage. To see what it’s “all about” you need to see them live, but you take these girls lightly at your own risk.
Brainchild of founding member Jon Mack, Auradrone mixes sensuality, shades and layers into ultramodern post-rock electronic music. While developing the material from Auradrone's debut release, 'Whitelite Britelite', Jon's vision caught interest of gifted collaborators from France, Germany, the UK, New York and Los Angeles who took part in co-creating a fresh sound. Absorbing inspiration, she engineers and produces her own material in addition to performance and writing and continuing to collaborate with talents across the globe. "Whitelite Britelite" Auradrone's first album was released on March 2nd, 2009...Auradrone's sophmore release album "Bleeding Edge" is out now!
In writing, singing & creating the masterpiece "Cry Little Sister" as the theme song to the now classic film "THE LOST BOYS," GERARD McMANN hit a deep & provocative nerve in his artistic career of creativity in doing so. Only thing was, when the film released in 1987, he was fed up with the music scene's "business" and stopped touring. He then changed his name to G TOM MAC as a result of no one ever pronouncing his real name correctly.
G TOM MAC went on to write songs for legendary singers such as Robert Plant of Led Zepplin and Roger Daltrey of The Who. An array of contemporary Hip Hop artists, such as Ice Cube and Digable Planets, as well as KISS, Carly Simon and Eminem started to cover G Tom Mac's songs. Last year, G Tom Mac earned a Grammy on EMINEM'S "RECOVERY" album in which Eminem sampled him in the song "You're Never Over."
Having had songs in over 50 films & more than 100 TV shows that still continue to license G Tom Mac's music, it all adds up to in his words "staying fresh and being true to my fans in creating believable music that they feel from me. That's my thrill!"
Feds Now Monitor Your E-mail, Tweets, Facebook!
Be careful what you email, tweet, post on Facebook, or watch on YouTube. You’re being monitored.
Attorney General Eric Holder, in cooperation with Matthew Olsen of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) and James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, recently approved a new list of guidelines for how long Uncle Sam may collect, catalog and store your personal e-data—from 180 days to 5 years!That data, by the way, only includes all public records, all social media platforms, blogs, emails, websites and almost every other form of electronic transmission people use.Just in case you might be a terrorist...even though they have no reason to believe so.
Thankfully, John Q. Public has someone on its side. Constitutionalist attorney Gary Kreep, President of the United States Justice Foundation (USJF), can speak to the unconstitutionality of the move, its immediate and long-term implications, and what can be done to counter it.As a guest on your show, Mr. Keep will dive into the civil liberties with which these new guidelines directly conflict, including how Holder & Company are violating the Constitution’s Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable searches and seizures and risking the persecution of citizens ex post facto.
Such an extraordinary expansion of the federal government over private information and communications of citizens not even suspected of committing a crime, well, is a crime.