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Into the 10 oclock with Trevor B Power 9-23-16

Dig this! “Into the 10 O’clock Hour” with Trevor B. Power It will be an Honor to be interviewing, from the Big State of Texas, Dallas' very own Lance Lopez. Influenced by the great Jimi Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lopez is steeped in the blues with the likes of "Blind" Lemon Jefferson, T-Bone Walker, Freddie King, just to name a few. Several albums into a career, including "Handmade Music", Live in NYC, & now "Supersonic Blues Machine", featuring some of the greatest players of our time. Fabrizio Grossi, Kenny Aronoff, Warren Haynes, Walter Trout, & others, this album is Great! With a solo project in the works with Partner Grossi, Lopez is still digesting the release of Supersonic Blues Machine. People this is a great Record, and things are only going to get better as we hear it from the man himself. Be sure to tune in oughtta be a Great time! Sincerely, Trevor B .Power

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CONTOURS: September 18, 2016

Melanie Thiel interviews Jim Dennison and Kathy Meyer, organizers of the 7th annual Lung Cancer Walk to benefit Free To Breathe, and organization that helps fund lung cancer research.  The walk is Sunday October 2, 2016 at Horseshoe Lake Park in Succasunna, NJ.  Both Dennison and Meyer are lung cancer survivors.  Last year’s event raised over $77,000.00 with 486 participants. Information at: Bill Nutt interviews Tony Award and Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenoweth about her new CD titled “The Art of Elegance” and her upcoming appearance at the MAYO Center in Morristown, NJ on September 23, 2016. Melanie Thiel interviews Ellen Shaughnessy and Lady Colleen Heller about the 20th annual Easton Riverside Festival of the Arts.  September 17 & 18, 2016 on Larry Holmes Drive in downtown Easton, PA.  The weekend long event is jam packed with art contests, exhibits, dance, live music, food, libations, demonstrations, and workshops.  Information at:


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CONTOURS: Sunday September 11, 2016

Bill Nutt interviews comic book writer John Ostrander about his career boost with the hit movie Suicide Squad and his role in the comic book world.2.   Pennsylvania Blues Fest:  Melanie Thiel interviews Michael Cloeren, producer of the Pennsylvania Blues Festival.  This year’s event is September 17 & 18, 2016 at Split Rock Resort, Lake Harmony, PA. Melanie Thiel interviews Kevin Guyette, Development Director of the Arc of Warren about the 9th annual Grand Harvest Wine & Music Festival on September 25, 2016 at Rutherfurd Hall, Allamuchy, NJ.  The event features 5 New Jersey wineries, food and craft vendors and performances by Grace Jensen, Pentley Holmes, The Banjodoodles, Steve Kirchuk Band, and Electric Gumbo.  Proceeds benefit the Arc of Warren, NORWESCAP, and WNTI.ORG

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Hello!  This is Karl Hricko of United Astronomy Clubs of NJ, and the National Space Society of NW Jersey bringing you the September Astronomy Update for the WNTI listening area.

Listen to these names:  Hermes, Aphrodite, Gaia, Ares, Zeus, Chronos, Ouranos, Poseidon, and Hades.  What do they have to do with astronomy?   They are the Greek versions of the Roman gods after which our planets were named.   This is with the exception of our planet Earth whose name is from Anglo-Saxon mythology. 

Mercury represents the speedy messenger of the Roman gods because this planet moves the fastest of all.  Venus shines with a beautiful brilliance and is named after the goddess of beauty.  Earth is named after the goddess of the land and soil. Red Mars is the god of war.  Jupiter is the king of the gods. His father was Saturn, and grandfather was Uranus.  Neptune, because of its blue color, is named after the god of the sea.  If you still want to call Pluto a planet, it’s the god of the underworld. 

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The Knife Edge 8/4/16: Interview with The Jelly Jam

For almost 18 years, Ty Tabor (King's X), Rod Morgenstein (Dixie Dregs, Winger), and John Myung (Dream Theater) have kept their "side project" The Jelly Jam relatively quiet, despite having released four albums (plus two more as Platypus).  Now it is time for them to have the spotlight.  In a rare interview with all three band members, Matt Orenstein of The Knife Edge talks to The Jelly Jam about their new album (Profit), first-ever tour, and much much more. 

Originally broadcast Thursday 8/4/16 on Hackettstown, NJ.

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