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Talk Radio, Live talk radio shows. We do talk radio right. BBS Radio produces and distributes original talk radio of all types and and in all genres. We engineer and produce over 120 hours of original live talk radio every week. Broadcasts are also made available as on-demand podcasts, globally syndicated and archived.

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The network has an extremely diverse variety of thought provoking talk shows ranging from family entertainment to clean energy, metaphysics to divination, non-mainstream political commentary to alternative health and so much more. To learn more click here. It really is a network of powerful personalities providing illuminating information.

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Headlined, Universal Soul Love, September 26, 2017

Shianne Plumlee Anchient Studies Researcher

Det David and Dr Lana Love speak with ancient studies researcher Shianne Plumlee about lost civilizations, the origins of our race, and extreme cyclic event called environmental climate change.

Headlined, Sri and Kira Live, October 1, 2017

October Energy Forecast

WE MADE IT…the final three months of 2017 begin now and there is much to share!

Sri & Kira will share their always spot on monthly Ascension energy forecast as they bring love and presence to the times ahead.  Discover the deeper flows that supports our earthly experiences.

Gather your friends, come together with love and tune in with this Must Listen show!

This show is LIVE and the phone lines are open! Your questions and mini soul reading requests are welcome!

Headlined, Spouting Off, September 27, 2017

Alejandro Villanueva stands for the National Anthem while his team stays in the locker room.

Everyone has an opinion about Trump vs. the NFL.
Your turn to weigh in on "Spouting Off" with Karen Kataline

Featured Talk Show Guest Appearances - Headlines & Highlights

Featured, Guest, Cindy Blackman Santana October 30, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, October 30, 2017 03:00 pm

Guest, Cindy Blackman Santana

Guest Name: 
Cindy Blackman Santana
Carlos Santana with wife Cindy Blackman Santana
Guest Category: 
Guest Occupation: 
Musician
Guest Biography: 

C I N D Y  B L A C K M A N  S A N T A N A

VIRTUOSO DRUMMER 

WIFE OF LEGENDARY GUITARIST

CARLOS SANTANA

CINDY BLACKMAN SANTANA is a virtuoso drummer whose artistry spans the realms of jazz and rock. As a bandleader and as a musician, Cindy is a sound innovator with a passion for pushing creative boundaries and exploring movement and change. She is as known for the nuances and colors she brings to her beats and fills as she is for the sheer power of her soulful playing. 

SANTANA has been creating magnificent musical time and space since the beginning of her career as a busking street performer in New York City in the '80s through the present day, touring the globe and making albums at the top of her game—including the critically acclaimed Another Lifetime (2010). In addition to collaborating onstage and in-studio with her own group—also known asAnother Lifetime—she has toured and recorded with artists including Pharoah Sanders, Cassandra Wilson, Bill Laswell, Joss Stone, Joe Henderson, Al B. Sure, Buckethead, Don Pullen, Hugh Masakela, Buster Williams, and Angela Bofill. Cindy was part of the Tony Williams Lifetime Tribute Band called Spectrum Road with Jack Bruce, Vernon Reid, and John Medeski. From 1992 to 2007 and again in 2014 & 2015 she was the drummer in Lenny Kravitz's band, performing through multiple world tours and hit albums. In 2010, she was part of the all-star line-up performing “Bitches Brew,” a tribute to Miles Davis' seminal album staged at the San Francisco Jazz Festival and NYC Winter JazzFest. 

More recently, Cindy has become the regular touring drummer for Santana. Having met several years earlier at a festival in Europe while she was touring with Kravitz, Cindy first played with Santana in spring 2010, when drummer Dennis Chambers had a previous commitment. “They have a great band vibe. It's nice to play with people who have grown together, built a sound together, and stayed together,” she says. “When that happens, you can create so many different levels of communication. That's what they've done, and I love reacting with it and being a part of it.”

Electricity onstage generated chemistry offstage— Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana proposed to Cindy during a July 2010 concert, and they married in December. Looking ahead, they will collaborate artistically as well, on projects that will no doubt reflect their shared passion for improvisation, and belief in the transcendent nature of music. Cindy was an integral part of the new Santana/Isley Brothers release Power of Peace, featuring the song “I Remember,” which she wrote and sings. “To me,” she says, “music is completely spiritual, it's the way you connect with your higher self, with the universe. It's also a way to share light with millions of people. They don’t need to speak your language, have your beliefs, or be in the same place you are. The music speaks, it channels good energy, and makes a difference in people's lives. Carlos and I are both conscious of doing that.”

In 2016, Cindy connected with her fellow drummer and world-class producer NARADA MICHAEL WALDEN, and together the two have been working on new material ever since. CINDY BLACKMAN SANTANA continues to build a body of work and artistic legacy that make her one of the finest drummers and recording artists of this or any generation.

The past few months have been a blur for CINDY BLACKMAN SANTANA, who is currently touring and performing with her husband Carlos Santana, is featured as a vocalist, drummer, and songwriter on “Power of Peace,” the new Santana/Isley Brothers collaboration, and has been busy touring with her own band and recording tracks in the studio with the legendary producer NARADA MICHAEL WALDEN. Together through Walden's Tarpan Records label recently released the new single “FUN, PARTY, SPLASH” featuring Carlos Santana on all digital platforms. 

 

You can purchase the “FUN, PARTY, SPLASH” single on amazon.com and iTunes:  For more information about Cindy Blackman Santana, please visit her social media pages or Website at: www.cindyblackmansantana.com

 

“FUN, PARTY, SPLASH” the new single by CINDY BLACKMAN SANTANA

Featured, Guest, Ric Burns October 30, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, October 30, 2017 06:00 pm

Guest, Ric Burns

Guest Name: 
Ric Burns
Guest Occupation: 
Internationally recognized documentary filmmaker and writer
Guest Biography: 

Ric Burns is an internationally recognized documentary filmmaker and writer, best known for his eight-part, seventeen and a half hour series, New York: A Documentary Film, which premiered nationally on PBS to wide public and critical acclaim when broadcast in November 1999, September 2001, and September 2003.

Burns has been writing, directing and producing historical documentaries for over 25 years, since his collaboration on the PBS series The Civil War, (1990), which he produced with his brother Ken and co-wrote with Geoffrey C. Ward.  Since founding Steeplechase Films in 1989, he has directed some of the most distinguished programs for PBS including Coney Island (1991), The Donner Party (1992), The Way West (1995), Ansel Adams (2002), Eugene O’Neill, Andy Warhol (2006), We Shall Remain: Tecumseh’s Vision (2009), Into the Deep: America, Whaling & the World (2010), and Death and the Civil War (2012), a film based on the best-selling book This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War by historian and Harvard president Drew Gilpin Faust.

His work has won numerous film and television awards including six Emmy Awards, two George Foster Peabody Awards,  two Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards,  three Writer’s Guild of America Awards for Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Writing;  the Eric Barnouw Award of the Organization of American Historians, and the D.W. Griffith Award of the National Board of Review.

2015 saw the release of three more films by Burns.  American Ballet Theatre: a history, which aired on PBS as a part of the American Masters series, celebrates the rich history and legacy of America’s national ballet company. Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History, a moving tribute to the history of disabled veterans, aired nationally on PBS in November in honor of Veteran’s Day.  And The Pilgrims broadcast as part of the acclaimed American Experience series, also in November of 2015.  The film brings to life the story of the men and women of the Mayflower: both the ardently evangelical English Protestants who led the mission, as well as the less fervently evangelical “Strangers” who went with them.

Burns was educated at Columbia University and Cambridge University. He lives in New York City with his wife and two sons.

Featured, Guest, Brian Wizard November 6, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, November 06, 2017 06:00 pm

Guest, Brian Wizard

Guest Name: 
Brian Wizard
Guest Occupation: 
Master Expressive Artist
Guest Biography: 

Brian Wizard’s life was perfect, until he went to war in Vietnam in 1968-69. During the war, Brian grew from boy to man, as he defined the frontline of the war in the door of the combat assault helicopter, Pollution IV. The all-volunteer smokeship of the 118th Assault Helicopter Company was always the first ship into the hostile landing zones, laying down a protective smoke screen for the landing troop carrying ‘slick’ helicopters to protect them from the enemy guns. You can read details in the stories "Permission to Kill," and "Smokeships Always Leading the Way," and see in the award-winning documentary, "Viet Nam: Then, Again, and Beyond” about the death-defying acts the crew of Pollution IV performed on a daily basis. This beyond the call of duty combat lifestyle influenced Brian’s life ever since.

After graduating from the School of Expressive Arts at Sonoma State University, yet unable to merge with the American culture, he emigrated to Australia, where he published his first novel "Permission to Kill." He lived in the deep north of Queensland, but hitchhiked up and down, over and around the county, hawking his novel for two editions. Brian did a good turn for the Australian Viet Nam Veterans.

The fly-by of Halley’s Comet brought Brian back to the U.S.A., where he moved way out in the way-out of the Inland Northwest. Isolated in a wilderness environment, Brian penned a dozen more novels, with more to come, as you can see on his website brianwizard.com. Over the years, Brian's creative zest has never dwindled, as it is his therapy to overcome the negative aspects of war. His books, and his amazing Viet Nam War and beyond documentary have won awards. Brian has created his own brand of art works be it sculptures, jewelry, or musical instruments.

With the advent of the internet, you have access to the Master Expressive Artist’s work via his website: brianwizard.com.

Featured, Guest, Kim Simmonds November 13, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, November 13, 2017 03:00 pm

Guest, Kim Simmonds

Guest Name: 
Kim Simmonds
Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown release new album entitled 'Witchy Feeling'
Guest Category: 
Guest Occupation: 
Guitarist,Singer,Songwriter
Guest Biography: 

K  I  M    S  I  M  M  O  N  D  S 

BLUES/ROCK GUITAR LEGEND

FOR SAVOY BROWN 

ON THE RAY SHASHO SHOW

Anyone who witnessed Savoy Brown leave the blocks in 1965 would speak of a similar epiphany. Back then, the band were the spark that ignited the blues-boom, signing to Decca, opening for Cream’s first London show and boasting a lead guitarist who was being namedropped in the same reverential breath as peers like Clapton and Hendrix (with whom Simmonds jammed). Already, the guitarist was emerging as the band’s driving force. “I had a vision,” he reflects. “When I started the band back in 1965, the concept was to be a British version of a Chicago blues band. And the exciting thing now is that vision is still alive.” 

Soon, Savoy Brown had achieved what most British bands never did – success in America – and became a major US draw thanks to their high-energy material and tireless work ethic. “There’s far too much said about sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll,” Simmonds told Classic Rock. “It’s a cliché. We were all extremely hard-working guys. When we came over to America, we were like a little army. I look at that time as being filled with incredible talent.”

Times changed, of course, and by 1979, Simmonds had moved from a London he no longer recognized – “The punks were everywhere!” – to settle permanently in New York. The Savoy Brown band members came and went, and the music scene shifted around him, but the guitarist stuck thrillingly to his guns and reaped the rewards, performing in iconic venues like Carnegie Hall and the Fillmore East and West, releasing thirty-odd albums, and later enjoying a well-deserved induction into Hollywood’s Rock Walk of Fame.

Even in the post-millennium, while his peers grow soft and drift into semi-retirement, Simmonds retains a vision and an edge, spitting out acclaimed albums that include 2011’s Voodoo Moon, 2014’s Goin’ To The Delta, 2015’s The Devil To Pay – and the emphatic new addition to Savoy Brown’s catalogue, Witchy Feelin’. “I'm amazed that I still have the energy inside me to play guitar, create music and write songs,” he considers. “I’ve been blessed in my life and I thank God for that. I’ve never been a believer in holding on to the past – I don’t look over my shoulder and congratulate myself. I always want to climb the next mountain – and I’m very pleased with this new album…”

You can purchase Witchy Feelin' the new album by Kim Simmons and Savoy Brown at Amazon.com.

For more information and concert dates for Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown visit … www.savoybrown.com

Also visit Savoy Brown on Facebook at … www.facebook.com/SavoyBrown65/timeline

And on Twitter at https://twitter.com/savoy_brown

You can purchase 'Witchy Feelin' the brand new album by Kim Simmons and Savoy Brown at Amazon.com.

Featured, Guest, Stephen Jaffe November 13, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, November 13, 2017 05:00 pm

Guest, Stephen Jaffe

Guest Name: 
Stephen Jaffe
Guest Occupation: 
Producer/Publicist
Guest Biography: 

Steve Jaffe was born on February 14, 1944 in San Diego, California, USA as Stephen Singer Jaffe. He is a producer, known for The Exorcist III (1990), The JFK Assassination: The Jim Garrison Tapes (1992) and A Rush to Judgment (2015). He has been married to Susan Blakely since July 16, 1982.

Steve appeared in both The JFK Assassination: The Jim Garrison Tapes (1992) and The Media & and the 2nd Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Steve's PR firm has over 40 years' experience handling media about high profile companies and individual professionals, including entertainment industry star artists, athletes, politicians, physicians and leaders in business of all kinds, as well as civil litigants and targets of media coverage.

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