Mike Kane of Transformational Partnerships helps people and businesses realize their true potential. Mike’s own story of willing himself back to health following a stroke is inspiring and motivational. His motto of “Change your mind, change your life” is something he puts into practice every day and helps his clients do the same. This conversation is a “Synapse Stories” installment.
RVA metal band Appalling is in-studio talking touring, influences, recording plans and playing a few tracks from their current release “Inverted Realm”. Appalling will be at Wonderland in Richmond on Oct 19th with Hoboknife and Embra.
The full playlist from Saturday’s River City Limits is available on WRIR’s website here:
Check out the playlist below for most of the artists featured on Saturday night’s broadcast. Actual songs played on WRIR Saturday night are included where available, otherwise I substituted another song from the artist. Artists not on Spotify are not included in the playlist.
New Sammi Lanzetta, new Camp Howard, Big Kahuna OG & Graymatter, Humungus, new Cannabis Corpse, Alluvion.
SAMMI LANZETTA – Nude Hugs, Love Keith -Ceiling Mirror -releases Nov 1 -pre-order now and Get “Titty Logic” and “Nude Hugs, Love Keith” - https://sammilanzetta.bandcamp.com/album/ceiling-mirror -6131 Records Sammi Lanzetta - vocals, guitar David Long - guitar Justin Shear - bass Austin Tekamp – drums
HUMUNGUS – Warband -Warband -released Oct 2015 -humungusrva.com new record “Balls” releases Oct 2010 Jack Bauer - Lead Vocals Peyton Gregory - Lead Guitar Joseph Granger - Guitar Wayne Pompey - Bass Robby Scarce - Drums Produced by Peyton Gregory // Mastered By Dan Randall at Mammoth Sound Mastering // Released by Killer Metal Records (Germany)
CANNABIS CORPSE – Cylinders of Madness -Nug So Vile releases Nov 1 2019 Season of Mist Records
Here’s a recent project I voiced for Rocs Local Market. I got to, well, “reference” a couple of my original announcer heroes, legends both. This delivery channels elements of NFL Films announcer John Facenda, and the man who took over for him after his passing, longtime voice of the Philadelphia Phillies (my favorite baseball team growing up) Harry Kalas. This is by no means an impression of either man, but a melding in the style of each. Thanks to The Audio Suite for hiring me.