- published: 19 Nov 2007
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Starring the voices and faces of (in order of appearance) Kurt Anthony, unknown WKRP promo announcer, unknown KIDX promo announcer, Odo, Commander Sisko, James Taylor, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Ed Donohue, Bob McGuire, Gus Koernig, Jim Diamond and Jim Merkel.
Viv & Hynaken discuss there personal experiences working with 50 Cent and talk about Radio interview's with numerous celebrities at thisis50. Viv & Hynaken share the grind and talk about entertainment business. Check it out!
Listen to the NEW mashup: https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/scream_... ""Billie Jean"" was the first short film made for 'Thriller,' the biggest-selling album of all time. The short film for this No. 1 single, directed by Steve Barron, made history as the first video by a black artist to receive heavy rotation on MTV, and was later ranked by the network as one of the 100 greatest music videos of all time. Buy/Listen to Thriller 25: Amazon - http://smarturl.it/mj_thriller25_amzn... iTunes - http://smarturl.it/MJ_T25DE_OS?IQid=y... Official Store - http://smarturl.it/MJ_T25DE_OS?IQid=y... Spotify - http://smarturl.it/mj_thriller25_sptf... Written & Composed by Michael Jackson Produced by Quincy Jones for Quincy Jones Productions Co-Produced by Michael Jackson for MJJ Productions, Inc. Fr...
Charity Basketball Game in Billings MT. We did another charity basketball event to help raise money (and awareness) for CoDA. The Coalition for Dwarf Advocacy). This game was held in Billings Montana on 9/11/10. It featured the STATESMEN (the worlds gold medal winning dwarf basketball team vs celebrities. Marty Klebba (Pirates of the Caribbean/ Scrubs) did an interview with his good buddy Ernie Lee did an interview on a local Billings Montana radio station. Here is that interview with pictures from the game. For More information on CoDA check out... http://www.dwarfadvocates.com/
Lock up your propane... no bottle is safe while the propane panther lurks about! On the night of January 17, 2015 we catch a rare glimpse into the exploits of the feral propane panther rummaging out her score at the MT Radio.Net studios in Billings, Montana.
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Big Band Remote (aka dance band remote) was a remote broadcast, popular on radio during the 1930s and 1940s, involving a coast-to-coast live transmission of a big band. As early as 1923, listeners could tune in The Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra. The Oriole Orchestra (Dan Russo and Ted Fio Rito) was performing at Chicago's Edgewater Beach Hotel when they did their first radio remote broadcast on March 29, 1924, and two years later, they opened the famous Aragon Ballroom in July 1926, doing radio remotes nationally from both the Aragon and the Trianon Ballrooms. Broadcasts were usually transmitted by the major radio networks directly from hotels, ballrooms, restaurants and clubs. During World War II, the remote locations expanded to include military bases and defense plants. Band remotes mostly ...