Enjoy radio show interviews on the Equestrian Legacy Radio Network and The Writer's Block Radio Show. On CAMPFIRE CAFE our special guest is R.W. Hampton sharing the music and backstories from a career spanning over two decades. Tune in for the “BEST OF R.W. HAMPTON." On SADDLE UP AMERICA...Cobra was a Wild Mustang with 3 strikes against him...considered unadoptable until he met our special guest MARSHA HARTFORD-SAPP. Visiting with Marsha, we learn more about Cobra’s journey and her continued work with America’s Wild Horses. Tune into THE WRITER'S BLOCK for conversation with novelist, journalist, and writing coach, JOHN DEDAKIS. If you relish "edge of your seat" political thrillers and mysteries with compelling characters and an unpredictable plot, you'll want his book, FAKE. Join OutWest Shop's Scout, Bobbi Jean, on the OutWest Hour, Saturday October 31, for WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS A GRAVE SITUATION.
OCTOBER 29, 2020 EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO RADIO NETWORK
R.W. HAMPTON FEATURED GUESTS ON CAMPFIRE CAFE
12:00 -1:00pm (CST)
Hosts Gary Holt and Bobbi Jean chat with guest multi-award winner singer, songwriter, performer and entertainer R.W. HAMPTON. A much loved returning guest, Gary selected a playlist that spans his career and asks R.W. to share the backstories of each song.
Growing up in a small Texas town, R.W. Hampton has drifted all across the American West, working cowboy jobs punching cattle, riding young colts, shoeing horses and even leading trail rides and guiding hunters in the high country, but perhaps his favorite was singing around the campfire while out with the wagon. Never glamorous, ranch work instilled in him a positive approach to life.
Hampton’s rich baritone voice brings an honest quality whether he’s performing live or on record. He writes and sings about what he knows and lives. Hampton’s music has earned numerous honors from such prestigious organizations as the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, The Academy of Western Artists and the International Western Music Association, which inducted him into their Hall of Fame in 2011.
For more on R.W. Hampton and his music, check out his website.
FEATURED GUEST ON SADDLE UP AMERICA
Cobra was a Wild Mustang with 3 strikes against him...considered unadoptable until he met MARSHA HARTFORD-SAPP. From Wild Mustang to a World Champion and USEF Horse of the Year! We’ll visit with Marsha to learn more about Cobra’s journey and Marsha’s continued work with America’s Wild Horses.
Marsha's Southern Oaks Equestrian Center offers the "Complete Equestrian Education", with a focus on developing the young horse, and developing the young rider. The equestrian center not only teaches classical dressage, but hunters, jumpers, and training the young horse from the ground up. Passionate about "least resistance" training, Marsha has made a name for herself nationwide with her effective training techniques and outstanding young horse development program. She has entered sucessfully, and made top 5 placing 3 different times in the national "Extreme Mustang Makeover" competition. Marsha has been the President of the Southern Hunter Jumper Association, President for the Southwind Eventing and Dressage Association, and is a current coach for the FSU Equestrian team since 2004.
Airs live every Thursday on Equestrian Legacy Radio 10:00am (PST), 11:00am (MT), 12:00pm (CST), 1:00pm (EST).
(Rebroadcast from August 15, 2019)
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OCTOBER 29, 2020 THE WRITER'S BLOCK RADIO SHOW
SHOW #281 A CONVERSATION WITH JOHN DEDAKIS
Join hosts Jim Christina and Bobbi Jean for conversation with first time guest JOHN DEDAKIS. Journalist, novelist, and writing coach John DeDakis is a former Senior Copy Editor on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer." DeDakis is the author of five novels in the Lark Chadwick mystery-suspense-thriller series. His fourth novel, BULLET IN THE CHAMBER, is the winner of Reviewer's Choice, Foreword INDIES, and Feathered Quill Book Awards.
His most recent novel, FAKE, is a winner of the 2020 Reviewers Choice Award. In FAKE, Lark is a White House correspondent dealing with "fake news" in the era of #MeToo. Popular First Lady Rose Gannon dies suddenly during an interview with White House Correspondent Lark Chadwick. Still reeling from the death of her photographer boyfriend, Lark is thrust into the midst of a media-bashing frenzy while covering a grieving president who's trying to defuse a looming nuclear war. An edge-of-the seat tale that seamlessly blurs the line between fact and fiction, FAKE gives a real-life look behind the scenes at the ethical struggles of a female journalist in a #MeToo world, walking the line between personal feelings and dispassionate objectivity - trying to discern the difference between what's real...and what's fake.
DeDakis, a former White House correspondant, regularly teaches novel writing at literary centers, writers' conferences, and bookstores around the country.
The Writer's Block Radio Show airs on LA Talk Radio. Airs live every Thursday on LA Talk Radio: 6pm (PST), 7pm (MT), 8pm (CST), 9pm (EST).
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OCTOBER 31, 2020 OUTWEST HOUR SHOW #99
WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS A GRAVE SITUATION
Blue Moon AND Halloween? Gather around the campfire with a mug of something hot and steamy, grab a blanket and hunker down for an hour of haunting music about love gone wrong, ghosts and eerie legends of the wild West. Tune in for a spooky hour of Western music with DJ Bobbi Jean.
Undertakers Shop - Ghost Town Bodie, California
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