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Links for Radio Crystal Blue Novus Ordo podcast and more

Posted on November 29, 2009

Radio Crystal Blue: Novus Ordo spotlights CDs that are debuting on my standard freeform radio program, Radio Crystal Blue. The show exists as a weekly podcast, with usage of Internet radio services at Live365 to create an archive. > > Listen here: > (1) Syndication through Radio Bracknell www.radiobracknell.com 11/28/09 1pm ET and 12/1/09 7pm ET > > (1a) Syndication through Free Radio Jackson www.live365.com/stations/freeradiojackson 11/28/09 10pm ET > > (2)via Archive: http://srv.ezinedirector.net/?n=3334837&s=80383544 > and now direct through my home page at > http://srv.ezinedirector.net/?n=3334838&s=80383544 Look for the 'navigate this site' section for the archive link. > .mp3: http://srv.ezinedirector.net/?n=3334839&s=80383544 > ...and the BigContact FeedPlayer on the Archive page. > > This show will be kept on the page for at least 4 weeks. > > (3)Podcast: RSS : www.bigcontact.com/radiocrystalblu/rss > > Men Who Listen "Beneath A Blue And Open Sky" - s/t CD www.myspace.com/menwholisten > Montana 1948 "Playgrounds" - Tiny Drawings EP www.myspace.com/mt1948 > Anshelle "Betty" - Betty's Garden CD www.anshelle.com www.bettysgarden.ch > ZXL "Brooklyn, Texas, Heaven" - s/t EP www.zxlmusic.net > Stark "What It Is" - Race To The Floor CD www.starknyc.com > Babe Gurr "Break Thru" - Chocolate Lilly CD (2008) www.babegurr.com > Prospero "Dreams" - Feel The Magic CD www.prosperomusic.com > Lindsay Erin "Another Day" - Down By The Brook EP www.myspace.com/lindsayerinmusic > Rochelle House "Cold World" - Water CD www.rochouserecords.com > Don Lyman "Home Again" - That's all I wanted to say CD www.myspace.com/donlymanmusic > ----------------------------------------------------------------- > Running time: 75 minutes ***STARK would like to congratulate Dave Brodsky and Celinez Bosque for "THE RHYTHMS OF NEW YORK" TV SHOW WINS THE 2009 BETA AWARD FOR BEST ENTERTAINMENT/VARIETY/PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAM NEW YORK CITY (NOVEMBER 13, 2009) – In the televised 2009 BETA Award ceremonies held at the Lovinger Theater in the Bronx, NY on November 12, “The Rhythms of New York” television series won the award in the 'Best Entertainment/Variety/Performing Arts" category. “The Rhythms of New York” is the television series that examines the unique musical scene that helps make NYC the “Media Capital” of the world. The program showcases artists ranging from beginners to highly seasoned professionals from a vast array of cultures. This diverse program is produced and hosted by respected entertainment industry veteran, Dave Brodsky, and co-hosted by actress Celinez Bosque. Dave and Celinez doggedly scour the The Big Apple for artists that help to make up its musical heritage and then showcase their performances on "The Rhythms of New York". These performances are recorded live and are combined with interviews of the artists. The interviews will enable the viewer to share the dreams, ego, and indecision that are a part of being a musician in the fishbowl that is New York. Dave Brodsky, the recipient of the BETA (Bronx Excellence in Television Access) Award, stated "It's an honor to receive the BETA Award. 'The Rhythms of New York' is all about giving performers a forum that they may otherwise not have to showcase their talents." He added, that "it's a team effort. Thank you to Celinez Bosque our wonderful co-host, Alan Carlton our director extraordinaire, and all those involved in the show's production: Edwin Arzu, Myles Carlton, and Greg Fore, and everyone at Bronxnet. A special thank you to our friends at Slap Energy Drinks for their support from the beginning, and, a big thank you to all of the talented artists that have appeared on the program." Co-host Celinez Bosque said "I'm excited to be part of an award winning program. I'm especially proud that we can have a role in exposing the artists' creative and wonderful talent to our worldwide audience." "The Rhythms of New York" is produced through the facilities of Bronx Community Cable Programming Corporation. ***Women's Radio has put a bunch of recordings and photos from Indiegrrl in Nashville up. You can check it out here: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VIF58EP2 We’ve also blogged about it here: http://www.wrmusicreview.com/profiles/blogs/stark-live-womensradio Also, we’ve uploaded over 700 images from the showcase in HIGH resolution to WRMusicReview.com, and you can grab them for your website/blog/epk etc. here: http://bit.ly/rlXyU