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Headlined, Shadow Politics, July 21, 2019

Mark Keam

Our guest this week is Virginia House of Delegates' MARK KEAM. In 2009, Mark became the first Asian-born immigrant and the first Korean American elected to any state-level office in Virginia. Since then, voters in the 35th District have returned Mark to Richmond for additional two-year terms. My co-host Maria and I will discuss with Del. Keam developments in the  legislature of the Commonwealth of Virginia during their recent special  session. We'll talk about the gun debate, his early endorsement of a Democratic presidential candidate and other current issues. Join us!

Featured Talk Show Guest Appearances

Featured, Guest, Mark Keam July 21, 2019

Broadcasting Date: 
Sunday, July 21, 2019 04:00 pm

Guest, Mark Keam

Guest Name: 
Mark Keam
Mark Keam
Guest Occupation: 
Virginia House of Delegates
Guest Biography: 

Delegate Mark L. Keam is a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, which is considered the oldest law-making body in the New World, meeting continuously since 1619.

His legislative district is entirely within Fairfax County, and includes 85,000 residents living in the neighborhoods of McLean, Tysons, Dunn Loring, Town of Vienna, Oakton, Penderbrook, and Fair Oaks.

In 2009, Mark became the first Asian-born immigrant and the first Korean American elected to any state-level office in Virginia. Since then, voters in the 35th District have returned Mark to Richmond for additional two-year terms.

Over the past decade, Mark has authored dozens of state laws that impact the quality of life for Virginians, such as improving public education and healthcare, creating innovative tech sector and environmental jobs, supporting military veterans and public safety, reforming tax codes and business regulations, and providing more government transparency, accountability, and efficiency.

A recognized leader on technology and innovation issues in the General Assembly, Mark serves on the House Commerce & Labor Committee, Finance Committee, Education Committee, and Agriculture, Chesapeake & Natural Resources Committee.

He is a member of the special Joint Subcommittee on Coastal Flooding and the Joint Subcommittee to Evaluate Tax Preferences. As a co-chair of the Virginia Legislative Tourism Caucus, Mark also works with the Fairfax County Sports Tourism Task Force.

Mark maintains a reputation as an effective bipartisan policymaker and has received awards and recognitions from a wide spectrum of organizations, including Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce, Virginia Education Association, League of Conservation Voters, The Sierra Club, Humane Society, and Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia.

Professionally, Mark has three decades of experiences in both the private and public sectors. On the commercial side, Mark has been an entrepreneur, an in-house counsel with a Fortune 15 technology company, the head of a national Asian American chamber of commerce, and an independent business consultant.

As a member of the bar in two states, he has practiced law in the executive and legislative branches of federal and local governments, including serving as chief counsel to a United States Senate Assistant Leader.

Active in the community, Mark has helped start or worked with dozens of nonprofit organizations that focus on his passions, including civic engagement, serving immigrants and minorities, developing youth leadership, and promoting literacy and lifelong learning.

He currently serves on the boards of Virginia Literacy Foundation, University of Virginia’s Thomas C. Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership, George Mason University’s Virginia Serious Game Institute, Northern Virginia Community College Educational Foundation, New American Leaders, Asian Pacific Islander American Health Forum, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice AAJC.

Mark is a member of Rotary Club of Vienna, Optimist Club of Greater Vienna, Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce, Vienna Business Association, McLean Citizens Association, Leadership Greater Washington, Vienna Arts Society, Historic Vienna, Inc., and Vienna Presbyterian Church.

He is also active with the NewDEAL Leaders and BMW Foundation World Responsible Leaders programs.

Mark was born in Korea and lived in Vietnam and Australia before moving to America as a teenager. He received a political science degree from the University of California at Irvine and a law degree from U.C. Hastings College of the Law.

Mark and his wife Alex reside in Vienna and have two children in public schools.

Mark Keam

Featured, Guest, Bernard Fowler July 23, 2019

Broadcasting Date: 
Tuesday, July 23, 2019 07:00 pm

Guest, Bernard Fowler

Guest Name: 
Bernard Fowler
Guest Occupation: 
Singer,Songwriter,Musician,Producer
Guest Biography: 

B  E  R  N  A  R  D

F  O  W  L  E  R

ROLLING STONES SINGER SINCE 1988

RELEASES NEW SOLO ALBUM ENTITLED 'INSIDE OUT'

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

 

“It’s Rolling Stones songs deconstructed,” says Bernard Fowler, explaining the title of his new album Inside Out.  “I just took these songs and turned them inside-out.”

Bernard Fowler has another gig too: he’s sung and played percussion with the Rolling Stones, on stage and in the studio, since 1988.  At soundcheck somewhere along their 2015 Zip Code tour, he started riffing on a Stones song as dramatically delivered spoken-word — and the band dug it.  “Mick said, ‘Bernard, I’ve heard Rolling Stones songs done a lot of ways but never like this,’” Fowler recalls.  “I said, ‘Well, you know what?  When the tour is over, I’m going to cut it.’  And he said, ‘You should.’  That’s all I had to hear.  That was the green light.”

    And that’s how it came to be that one of rock and pop’s most sought-after singers doesn’t sing a note on his new record.

    Lots of people have celebrated Keith Richards’ iconic riffs, Mick Jagger’s trademark howl-and-strut, and the Rolling Stones’ blazing live show, but there’s never been such a thoughtful, soul-baring and thoroughly original appreciation of the band’s lyrics.  In order to do that, Fowler pared away the chord changes and even the melodies and left only the words, then declaimed them like the world’s coolest preacher atop slammin’ grooves powered by a who’s who of crackerjack players.  It’s not quite singing, but only a peerless vocalist could pull it off so powerfully, his incantations seething with righteous anger, foreboding and desire.   

    That strong feeling of back-in-the-day New York is where the autobiography comes in.  Growing up in New York City’s predominantly black and Puerto Rican Queens Bridge Projects, Fowler listened to a lot of funk and R&B.  Maybe that’s why Inside Out is laced with references to touchstones like James Brown (“Dancing with Mr. D”), War and the Chambers Brothers (“Time Waits for No One”), Curtis Mayfield (“Sister Morphine”) and any number of ‘70s funkateers.  And it just so happens that the first record Fowler’s dad ever gave him was 12 x 5 — the second album by up-and-coming British R&B combo the Rolling Stones.      

        The full-band tracks feature top-shelf players: long-time Stones bassist Darryl Jones, former Miles Davis drummer/producer Vince Wilburn, Jr., guitarist George Evans and pop/R&B session heavyweight Michael Bearden on piano.  Drummer Clayton Cameron, renowned as “the Brush Master,” added extra texture.  Then Fowler called in guitarist Ray Parker, Jr.  “He came over, plugged in and started playing,” says Fowler, “and I was screaming.  Everybody was screaming.  He was killing it.  Killing it.”  Listen for Parker’s work on “Time Waits for No One” and “Sister Morphine.”

    Inside Out demonstrates what cover versions are supposed to be: reinterpretations that are not only a vehicle for personal expression, but also put the material in a new light.  “People hear their favorite songs all the time — but sometimes they don’t really hear them,” Fowler says.  “This is a way to hear them all over again and appreciate them in a whole new way.”  But the beauty of Inside Out is that it provides an opportunity to appreciate Bernard Fowler in a whole new way too. 

Purchase the latest album from Bernard Fowler entitled Inside Out

at amazon.com

For more information about Bernard Fowler visit …

http://bernardfowler.com/   …official site

https://www.facebook.com/Bernard-Fowler-53914170900/?ref=hl   …Facebook

https://www.rollingstones.com/   … Rolling Stones official website

 

ROLLING STONES ON TOUR 2019

JUL ‘19

03     – FedEx Field Washington, DC   

07     – Gillette Stadium Foxboro, MA 

14     – Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA    

19     – TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, FL     

23     – Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia, PA 

27     – NRG Stadium Houston, TX       

AUG ‘19

01     – MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ

05     – MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ

10     – Broncos Stadium at Mile High Denver, CO        

14     – CenturyLink Field Seattle, WA 

18     – Levi’s® Stadium Santa Clara, CA     

22     – The Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA  

26     – State Farm Stadium Glendale, AZ     

31     – Hard Rock Stadium Miami, FL

 

Recordings with The Rolling Stones and their solo projects

(1985) She's the Boss (Mick Jagger)

(1989) Steel Wheels (Rolling Stones)

(1991) Flashpoint (Rolling Stones)

(1992) Tribute to Charlie Parker with Strings (Charlie Watts)

(1992) Slide on This (Ronnie Wood)

(1992) Main Offender (Keith Richards)

(1993) Warm and Tender (Charlie Watts)

(1993) Slide on Live: Plugged in and Standing (Ronnie Wood)

(1993) Jump Back (Rolling Stones)

(1994) Voodoo Lounge (Rolling Stones)

(1995) Stripped (Rolling Stones)

(1996) Long Ago and Far Away (Charlie Watts)

(1997) Bridges to Babylon (Rolling Stones)

(1998) No Security (Rolling Stones)

(2000) Live and Eclectic (Ronnie Wood)

(2002) Forty Licks (Rolling Stones)

(2004) Live Licks (Rolling Stones)

(2005) A Bigger Bang (Rolling Stones)

(2005) Rarities 1971–2003 (Rolling Stones)

(2008) Shine a Light (Rolling Stones)

(2010) I Feel Like Playing (Ronnie Wood)

INSIDE OUT BY BERNARD FOWLER

Featured, Guest, Derek Moore July 30, 2019

Broadcasting Date: 
Tuesday, July 30, 2019 07:00 pm

Guest, Derek Moore

Guest Name: 
Derek Moore
Guest Occupation: 
Bassist,keyboardist,singer,songwriter
Guest Biography: 

D  E  R  E  K

"M O"

M  O  O  R  E

ORIGINAL FOUNDING MEMBER OF PROG ROCK MUSIC LEGENDS

N   E   K   T   A   R

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Prog Legends Nektar Celebrate 50th Anniversary

With New Studio Album

“The Other Side”

 

The Legendary Rock Band are recording a new album! This is the first new studio album made in the United States since 1977!

We put the old band back together to CELEBRATE the 50th ANNIVERSARY of NEKTAR!

The original members of Nektar; Derek “Mo” Moore, Ron Howden, and Mick Brockett are back. We’ve added Ryche Chlanda from Fireballet and the 78′ band, Randy Dembo from the 2005 band, and newcomer and world-class keyboard player, Kendall Scott.

The music for our new album “The Other Side” comes from the 1978 era when we were writing in Mo’s basement in Chatham, New Jersey. This music was put on pause for the last 40 YEARS and it’s now time to release it with new input and fresh ideas. The music is growing exponentially as we continue rehearsing and writing and letting it take us to new heights.

Nektar has started a Kickstarter campaign to fund the recording of the new album!
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nektarmusic/nektars-new-studio-album-the-other-side

Nektar's contribution over the last 49 years has quite rightly earned them their place in any 'Progressive Rock Hall of Fame'. But the band is much more than a 'Prog Legend', the Nektar brand of innovative composition, performance and visuals is simply unique. 

Nektar's history appeared to have been written when they finally split in the early eighties. Despite attempts to re-kindle the flame, the Nektar light, it seemed, was out . . . . until that is, the year 2000. 
The new millennium saw the long-awaited reunion tour of the classic line up, to rave reviews and fantastic receptions. The light we thought was out, had in fact been kept aglow - by loyal fans across the globe. 

Sixteen years on and the family has grown a little, but the classic Nektar spirit is still very much alive, building on the band's rediscovered popularity. The Nektar family is determined to continue bringing Nektar music to you around the world.

 

For more information about Derek “Mo” Moore and Nektar

 visit …

Website: nektarsmusic.com
Facebook: facebook.com/nektarRocks
Facebook: facebook.com/groups/nektarfans
Instagram: instagram.com/nektar.official
Twitter: twitter.com/NektarThe

 

NEKTAR Studio albums

1972 Journey to the Centre of the Eye  –

A Tab in the Ocean    

1973 ...Sounds Like This –

Remember the Future       

1974 Down to Earth   

1975 Recycled   

1977 Magic Is a Child

1980 Man in the Moon       

2001 The Prodigal Son       

2004 Evolution 

2008 Book of Days    

2012 A Spoonful of Time   

2013 Time Machine

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