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Oct 2016 17

By Blogbot

This Wednesday, October 19 on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Nicole Powers and Bradley Suicide will be joined by OC punk legend Rikk Agnew.

You can listen – and watch – SuicideGirls Radio live on Wednesday nights from 8 til 9 PM at our state-of-the-art, all digital home: zinna.tv

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About Rikk Agnew

With the October 14th release of The Rikk Agnew Band’s Learn on Frontier Records, it’s become obvious to anyone who has been paying attention to punk rock that Rikk Agnew is finally, unequivocally and triumphantly back! The twelve songs on the LP are prototypically Agnew – raw, brash and in-your-face and harken back to the beginning of his musical career more than 30 years ago.

Born in Fullerton, CA, the quiet and shy Rikk learned to play guitar in his bedroom in a family that valued music alongside brothers Frank and Alfie. Rikk soon got the reputation of being the best guitarist in the Southern California hardcore scene circa ’79, which was ground zero for OC punk rock. Beginning with stints in Social Distortion (more on those guys later) and legendary OC punk bands The Detours and Naughty Women, Rikk came of age shortly thereafter when he joined what would become known as the “classic” lineup in the hardcore band, Adolescents. Their eponymous debut album released in 1981 on Frontier Records (also known as the Blue Album) featured many of Rikk’s most legendary songs. Both fans and critics alike went bonkers over the album that spawned classic punk anthems like “Amoeba” and “Kids of the Black Hole”* as well as Rikk’s signature guitar sound.

Rikk left the Adolescents shortly after the release of the Blue Album and, after seeing a performance by goth/deathrock band Christian Death, joined the band and co-wrote its seminal album Only Theater of Pain, also released on Frontier Records in 1982. Yet it was Rikk’s desire to record only his own songs that spawned one of the most unexpected and audacious records of the punk era – his debut solo album, written, sung and entirely played only by Rikk. This was an absolutely unheard of concept in the hardcore scene but the aptly titled, All By Myself, (yes, Frontier Records again!) was praised by critics and fans alike. It’s a testament to why Rikk is known as the “Brian Wilson of punk” according to Adolescents’ founding member Steve Soto.

Looking back on it now, in the span of two short years, Rikk recorded one of the most iconic hardcore punk albums of all time, wrote, played on and recorded one of the most seminal goth albums ever, and released the first solo album by a member of a punk band – ever. All before his 25th birthday!

From 1983 to the mid-2000s, Rikk played in a virtual who’s who of OC hardcore bands, almost too numerous to mention. Most impressive was his time spent in the iconic OC punk band D.I. on releases Team Good, Ancient Artifacts and Horse Bites Dog before leaving in 1987. Stints in an Adolescents reunion, an ADZ project with Tony Cadena of the Adolescents in the mid-eighties led to more solo recording into the nineties. In 2000, Rikk joined yet another Adolescents reunion, toured with the reunited goth outfit 45 Grave, played guitar in Poop and a took part in a reunion of OC’s criminally unheralded The Detours.

Through it all, Rikk’s impressive musical output and drive was derailed by decades of alcoholism, drug abuse, and depression. His story has been well chronicled, but a 2010 health scare kickstarted his endeavor to get sober and become healthy, which he remains, thankfully, to this day.

Due partially to this major life changing achievement, Rikk founded The Rikk Agnew band — featuring Gitane DeMone (vocals), Sam Hare (vocals), Justin Parnell (drums), and Gregory A. Watson (bass) — which has become his constant musical focus. What’s more, Learn is being released on Frontier Records, home of the most important recordings of his impressive career. So perhaps lightning has struck twice (or, in fact, three or four times) for and he really did Learn.

For more on Rikk Agnew visit:

twitter.com/rikkagnewband
instagram.com/rikkagnewband
facebook.com/officialrikkagnewband

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The World’s Leading BYOB Radio Show Is Sponsored By Mangria

“As a nightly consumer of red wine, I was shocked one evening to find I had just half a glass left in the bottle. So I did what any decent alcoholic, ex-con, American would do… I went to the fridge and the liquor cabinet, then poured, mixed and measured. Thus Mangria was born.” — Adam Carolla

For more info visit Carolla Drink’s websiteFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Sep 2016 11

By Blogbot

This Wednesday, September 14 on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Nicole Powers and Bradley Suicide will be joined by futurist, artist, and self-styled “misanthroplogist” Sean Bonner, who has a new book out entitled The New Oklahoma, which lays out a plan to make America way better.

“This is the best book about building a lake in the middle of Ohlakolma — wait, is that how you spell it? I should try again: OK-LA-HOME-AH yes, there it is. This is the best book about building a lake in the middle of Oklahoma that I have ever read.” – Wil Wheaton, lake enthusiast.

**UPDATE**

ICYMI: Watch last night’s show in which Sean Bonner, the man with a plan to make America waaay greater, launches his #Sean4Prez2020 bid here or via the player below.

You can listen – and watch – SuicideGirls Radio live on Wednesday nights from 8 til 9 PM at our state-of-the-art, all digital, 100% Hollywood home: zinna.tv

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About Sean Bonner

Sean Bonner is co-founder and global director of Safecast, a visiting researcher with the MIT Media Lab’s Center for Civic Media, sits on the board of CicLAvia and holds advisory/mentor roles with both the Highway 101 Incubator and Singularity University. He previously co-founded Coffee Common and Crash Space and was a founding collaborator to the multimedia art/music collective CMHHTD. He has been a regular contributor to BoingBoing as well as written editorials for MAKE, Al Jazeera and others. He maintains a regular link filled newsletter and has been a Shuttleworth Fellow since 2014. A selected artist CV can be found here.

He’s been an Artist In Residence at the MuseumsQuartier in Vienna, a Hacker In Residence at Sparkfun in Colorado, and a Entrepreneur In Residence at The Groop in Los Angeles.

A frequent speaker, Sean explores topics ranging from lifestyle hacks to blogs, media, and grassroots journalism. He’s spoken at CCC events in Hamburg and Berlin, StanfordMedicineX (Palo Alto), TechCrunch Disrupt (NYC), TEDxVienna , SXSW (Austin), Roboexotica (Vienna) and Re:Publica (Berlin) among others. Sean has organized conferences and unconferences including the first BarCamp in Los Angeles and ongoing The New Context Conference in Tokyo.

Previously, as co-founder of Bode Media Inc, Sean helped create Metblogs, the first global network of local media sites. As a consultant he’s helped the LAPD, Suicide Girls, Obey Giant and others interact with their customers, clients, and fans online. As a designer Sean has recently done work for Die Antwoord and Bad Brains.

Prior to all this, Sean helped build the groundbreaking contemporary art gallery sixspace exhibiting artists such as Glen E. Friedman, Shepard Fairey, Coop, Chad Robertson and others. He also ran a record label and produced several records by Hot Water Music and Less Than Jake to name a few. He’s managed his own design firm and designed things at Playboy and Victory Records. Way before that he was a dishwasher.

For more on Sean Bonner visit:
blog.seanbonner.com
twitter.com/SeanBonner
flickr.com/photos/seanbonner
seanbonner.tumblr.com
soundcloud.com/seanbonner

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The World’s Leading BYOB Radio Show Is Sponsored By Mangria

“As a nightly consumer of red wine, I was shocked one evening to find I had just half a glass left in the bottle. So I did what any decent alcoholic, ex-con, American would do… I went to the fridge and the liquor cabinet, then poured, mixed and measured. Thus Mangria was born.” — Adam Carolla

For more info visit Carolla Drink’s websiteFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Sep 2016 11

by Sandor Stern

Dear Republican Friends

Regarding Your Presidential Nomination

It’s been four years since I’ve contacted you but your choice for President has me too curious to remain silent. You have nominated Donald Trump who advocates deporting eleven million illegal immigrants, building an insurmountable wall along the Mexican border, and preventing Muslims from entering this country. He has been recently waffling over the Muslim ban and the President of Mexico has told him that Mexico will not pay for that wall. No one knows where he’ll end up but you nominated him when he was adamant about all these issues. You believed in them. There is an old adage: “Be careful what you wish for.” It would be wise to examine your wish. Let’s just start with deportation.

The deportation of millions of people has not been seen since Nazi Germany sent their “illegals” to concentration camps. Of course these victims had not illegally entered Germany. They were either German citizens or citizens of Nazi conquered countries. But in the eyes of the Nazis they were all illegal human beings who deserved to die. Can you grasp the enormity of the hostile reaction from around the world over Trump’s deportation plans? The United States of America, the democratic beacon to the world for two hundred years would employ this fascist draconian measure to uproot and send eleven million human beings — three out of every one hundred men, women, and children to countries in which they have no family, friends, jobs or familiarity. Can you imagine the recruitment bonanza for terrorist organizations? What destinations are we considering? Do you believe that all these people came from Mexico? They came from around the world including Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America. Why would you assume that their country of origin would accept them? They were not sent here by government decree. You expect these governments to welcome a strain on their economies? Do you think all you have to do is put these millions of people on airplanes and drop them in the respective countries? How? By parachute? No country is obligated to allow planes to land at their airports. Do we force that? How? A threat of military action?

Trump speaks of a force that will round up these people. How big and how costly will this force be? How long will it take to round up eleven million people? Do you think that they will all go like lambs to the slaughter? People born here, people who have lived here twenty years, people who have established businesses and professions — they will all bow peacefully to the inevitable? There will be people who will constantly move one step ahead of the deportation decree adding to the costs. There will be people so outraged by this government action against them they will take up arms. And what of their citizen neighbors? There will be millions of citizens who oppose this fascist act who will do everything in their power to help these illegals escape the deportation. And there will be millions of citizens like you who will aid the deportation. Trump is sowing the seeds for an armed revolution and you have placed him in the position of Commander in Chief.

The estimated cost of deporting eleven million people is in the hundreds of billions of dollars. But that is only the cost of the deportation force and the ancillary costs such as travel and food. There is a much bigger cost to add. What about the costs to landlords when millions of rental apartments and houses are emptied? What about the costs to businesses that lose employees and the retail businesses that lose customers? Those are costs passed on to the federal government in the form of lower tax revenues. And speaking of tax revenues, you have been fed a steady diet of misinformation regarding illegal immigrants. The vast majority of them pay taxes. If they are drawing a paycheck, that paycheck has tax deductions. Any employer who does not make those deductions is guilty of a crime. That’s his crime not the employee’s. Illegal employees represent a large chunk of Federal and State income. Even those who do not pay income tax pay sales tax on their purchases.

You have also been misinformed about the social welfare bestowed on these “undeserving illegals.” Those illegals who have social security and Medicare payments deducted from their paychecks will never receive a social security check or Medicare coverage when they retire because they have no social security ID or use a false one to get employment. You somehow envision all illegals as those groups of men standing in the parking lots of Home Depot hoping to get a day job. Would you like to live a life like that? Would you be happy picking fruit in the orchards of California, washing cars, bussing dishes, cleaning houses? These men and women are doing jobs that citizens will not do. The work is too hard and the pay too little. What happens when those illegals are deported? Who will do the work? Trump’s deportation policy will strip all these businesses of employees unless they pay living wages. The very reason they hire illegals is because they cannot afford increasing their costs. They will do that or go out of business. How happy will you be when you see the rising costs of everything including groceries?

Trump is talking about deporting the illegals and then allowing them to return legally. He is talking about vetting eleven million people. It will take years. What will these people do for income in the countries in which they have been deposited? The vast majority of these countries have huge unemployment which is the reason these people fled in the first place. And what of those who manage to be vetted and return? To what do they return? Will their old job be there? If they have no job to go to, will we allow them to return and join the ranks of the unemployed? Has anyone in your party bothered to think this policy through?

The deportation is about more than dollar costs. It is about our humanity. How can you watch families torn apart? How can you witness people being forced from their homes at gunpoint? How can you accept a high school or college student brought here as a toddler or born here forced to return to a country he/she has never known? I guess if you have no heart, you have no problem with this? I’m praying you have a heart and on examining what you’ve wished for, you will find it.

Just saying…

Your friend,

Sandy

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Aug 2016 30

By Blogbot

This Wednesday, August 31st on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Nicole Powers and Bradley Suicide will be joined by singer/songwriter Leah Capelle.

**Update**

ICYMI: Watch our show featuring an interview with, and two incredible live songs from, the beautiful and talented Leah Capelle here or via the player below.

You can listen – and watch – SuicideGirls Radio live on Wednesday nights from 8 til 9 PM at our state-of-the-art, all digital, 100% Hollywood home: ZHollywood.tv

If you have questions for the SG Radio crew or our guests, you can call in during the live broadcast at: 1-855-TRV-inLA (1-855-878-4652)

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About Leah Capelle

Leah Capelle is a stunningly, talented singer/songwriter from Chicago. Her brand of indie rock will stop you in your tracks, and she has certainly amplified her sound in her upcoming EP, Joshua. Capelle has been performing and studying music from a young age. She attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston before moving to the West Coast to pursue music full-time. At that time, she partnered with Grammy winning producer Jeff Bova (Celine Dion, Meatloaf, Blondie) to release her self-titled debut EP, Leah Capelle

In 2015, Capelle finally found a group of immensely talented musicians to form her band and already they have played at SXSW and collaborated with the likes of Rob Lewis, Arden Kaywin, and Pam Sheyne, Capelle is getting ready to release her new EP, Joshua late this summer. The making of this EP was a very intimate experience for the young artist who says that writing it became an outlet for her to express her emotions after experiencing a personal tragedy in 2014. This will be her second EP working with Jeff Bova and aims to be her first time sharing her vulnerabilities through her narratives and discovering her new sound. 

Capelle’s band features: Will Wu (lead guitar), Rodrigo Moreno (upright and electric bassist), Hayley Brownell (drums), and Michael O’Grady (guitar).

For more on Leah Capelle visit:
leahcapelle.com/
facebook.com/LeahCapelleMusic
instagram.com/leahcapelle/
twitter.com/leahcapelle

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The World’s Leading BYOB Radio Show Is Sponsored By Mangria

“As a nightly consumer of red wine, I was shocked one evening to find I had just half a glass left in the bottle. So I did what any decent alcoholic, ex-con, American would do… I went to the fridge and the liquor cabinet, then poured, mixed and measured. Thus Mangria was born.” — Adam Carolla

For more info visit Carolla Drink’s websiteFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Aug 2016 24

By Blogbot

This Wednesday, August 24th on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Nicole Powers and Bradley Suicide will be joined by Blake Miller of Moving Units, who’ll be talking about the band’s recently released album, Damage With Care, and their forthcoming Joy Division covers album, Collision With Joy Division, which comes hot on the heels of their string of Joy Division shows that included gigs at LA’s Echoplex and Obsevatory last month that sold out weeks in advance!

You can listen – and watch – SuicideGirls Radio live on Wednesday nights from 8 til 9 PM at our state-of-the-art, all digital, 100% Hollywood home: ZHollywood.tv

If you have questions for the SG Radio crew or our guests, you can call in during the live broadcast at: 1-855-TRV-inLA (1-855-878-4652)

*UPDATE*

ICYMI: Watch last night’s show feat. hosts Nicole Powers and Bradley Suicide plus super special music guest Blake Miller of Moving Units AND bonus SGs Kiley and Leviathan here or via the player below.

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About Moving Units

The club lights are low. The dance floor is a sweaty blur of shadows. You can feel the blood and adrenaline surging through the crowd. There’s a band on stage and they are telepathically connected to the audience — making bodies bounce like it was a feat of mind control. This is Moving Units and this is their natural element: unadulterated grooves and constant motion.

Moving Units have bottled this chemistry since their self-titled 2002 EP debut. When Blake Miller first started writing demos and recruiting band mates to help expand his vision, the idea of fusing dance music and indie rock was practically alien. Leading the way along with groups like The Rapture, Franz Ferdinand, The Faint and Bloc Party, Moving Units were at the vanguard of bringing body-rocking grooves to scythe-edged rock & roll. They pioneered a brand of “Dance Punk” that exploded into clubs and radio stations across the globe. “Back then, no one danced at shows in LA. People were trying to play it cool,” Miller says.” We wanted to shake things up and make people boogie.”

Tastes have changed. Members have joined and left the band. But the locomotion inspired by their music remains immutable. Credit the ease with which Miller has merged into contemporary dance culture. A DJ himself, Miller’s remixes with Steve Aoki and Le Castle Vania have earned tons of spins worldwide.

“I’ve never abandoned the concept that a live band can turn out a hot dance party,” Miller says. “It’s about conveying that energy and allowing people to have a visceral and euphoric connection.”

April 8th, 2016 saw the release of the band’s 4th LP, Damage With Care. Miller considers it their most engaging, aggressive and visionary work since the classic Dangerous Dreams LP dropped over a decade ago. The perfect soundtrack for channeling urgent impulses and anxious adventures on a post punk millennial dance floor, the album consists of 10 explosive tracks that wind their way up your spine and into your hearts and minds!

With Damage With Care, Miller says he wanted to invoke a naiveté and passion he felt when he wrote the first LP over a decade ago. Fashion always plays a part when it comes to Moving Units and you can feel it in the groves… everything from Alexander Wang, Vivienne Westwood, Warhol, Basquiat and even Patti Smiths Just Kids biography found ways to influence the look and feel of Damage With Care. With tracks like “Opposite of Rhyming,” Moving Units plaster their past all over the record, while songs like “Wishful Thinking” and “Fragile Magic” melodically wind their way to the dance floor with hooks you can’t shake. “There is a satisfying balance of raw punk influences from the 70’s and 80’s, as well as sexy bass lines and hi-fi production value throughout” says Miller.

For more on Moving Units visit:
movingunits.net
facebook.com/MovingUnits/
twitter.com/movingunits
soundcloud.com/movingunits

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The World’s Leading BYOB Radio Show Is Sponsored By Mangria

“As a nightly consumer of red wine, I was shocked one evening to find I had just half a glass left in the bottle. So I did what any decent alcoholic, ex-con, American would do… I went to the fridge and the liquor cabinet, then poured, mixed and measured. Thus Mangria was born.” — Adam Carolla

For more info visit Carolla Drink’s websiteFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Aug 2016 16

By Blogbot

This Wednesday, August 17th on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Moxi and Bradley Suicide will be joined by Yaysh.

You can listen – and watch – SuicideGirls Radio live on Wednesday nights from 8 til 9 PM at our state-of-the-art, all digital, 100% Hollywood home: ZHollywood.tv

If you have questions for the SG Radio crew or our guests, you can call in during the live broadcast at: 1-855-TRV-inLA (1-855-878-4652)

**UPDATE**
ICYMI: Watch last night’s show feat. Yaysh here or via the player below:

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About Yaysh

“I would say my style could be described as if Adele and Kanye had a baby, and Drake was my cousin,” says Yaysh. As brash as that statement is, the singer/rapper can back it up. One spin of her single “Wild One” brings to mind the aforementioned superstars, with producer R8dio setting her pop-encrusted vocal melodies and funky rap verse against a backdrop of stuttering rhythmic patterns. The hip-hop side of her vocal delivery might have been honed on the streets in freestyle ciphers, but “Wild One” proves that Yaysh’s musical style is far more diverse to be pigeonholed into one specific genre tag.

On the personality front, Yaysh is as outspoken as her music is eclectic. “Music these days has become so watered down and almost non-individualized,” says the Boulder, Colorado native. “I have such a big mouth that I need somewhere to put all my vibe, my heart and music is a huge vehicle for that.”

Now based in LA, Yaysh explains why she wants to represent a new kind of sex symbol. “I don’t look like a model but I am sexy, and I’m going to propagate the shit out of that and my open sexuality. I’m kind of ordinary, extra ordinary, but my soul shines so fucking bright that my sexiness is a complete sexiness; rather than just the flesh. I’m sexy because I know myself.”

A bold balance of talent and attitude, Yaysh is the exact musical force the pop landscape needs right now. “I want people to feel free when they hear my music and almost a little embarrassed or stripped cuz my shit is just real and inescapable, magnetic, and delicious.” Music fans will get a chance to envelope themselves in Yaysh’s world when her album drops later in 2016.

For more info on Yaysh visit:

yayshplz.com
facebook.com/yayshplz
twitter.com/yayshplz
instagram.com/yayshplz
soundcloud.com/yayshplz
youtube.com/channel/UC7rozyj3bGt3-yzoctRsl6g

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The World’s Leading BYOB Radio Show Is Sponsored By Mangria

“As a nightly consumer of red wine, I was shocked one evening to find I had just half a glass left in the bottle. So I did what any decent alcoholic, ex-con, American would do… I went to the fridge and the liquor cabinet, then poured, mixed and measured. Thus Mangria was born.” — Adam Carolla

For more info visit Carolla Drink’s websiteFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Aug 2016 09

By Blogbot

This Wednesday, August 10th on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Moxi and Bradley Suicide will be joined by chanteuse, sonic day dreamer, and celebrity yoga instructor Kai Elle, who’ll be talking about her powerful new release, The Dynamo EP.

You can listen – and watch – SuicideGirls Radio live on Wednesday nights from 8 til 9 PM at our state-of-the-art, all digital, 100% Hollywood home: ZHollywood.tv

If you have questions for the SG Radio crew or our guests, you can call in during the live broadcast at: 1-855-TRV-inLA (1-855-878-4652)

**UPDATE**
ICYMI: Watch our show feat. Kai Elle here or via the player below:

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About Kai Elle

Kai Elle is an independent singer-songwriter, recording artist and celebrity yoga teacher. A “sonic day dreamer” with an other-worldly ability to transcend into heavenly states.  
 
Coming off her recent collaboration with Robbie Williams for her song “Carry On” (which charted internationally) she decided to bring that divine ethereal aspect into a more pop sound. 
 
Continuously battling serious depression, Kai Elle turned to yoga and meditation to keep herself strong and focused. After becoming a certified yoga teacher, she finished writing “Dynamo,” an uplifting song about people needing to cultivate the immeasurable energy from within in order to shine. Kai continues to share her philosophy with various celebrity clients through her yoga teachings while guiding her passion in music.
 
The Dynamo EP includes the cinematic “St Barths.” While working a sales job, Kai Elle often fantasized about trading places with the jet-setting women she assisted. The video is a cheeky, homage to her days playing dress-up with the apparel while envisioning the glamorous and ‘tres chic’ lifestyle. “St Barths” recently aired on LATV’s The Zoo and was seen by millions of viewers nationwide.
 
Another powerful, and catchy, pop track is the soon to be released single “The Queen.” “The Wedding Song,” is a processional ballad from the groom’s perspective, a standpoint often overlooked. Last but not least is a more jazz influenced song, dedicated to all the girls Kai has met who had that special something, a uniqueness or quality that gave them the special “it” factor. “It Girl” is a combination of those qualities and put it into a song as if she were one girl.
  
Written by Kai Elle and produced by Alberto Bof, The Dynamo EP is currently available on iTunes and has a resonating message of hope.

For more info on Kai Elle visit:
kaielle.com
facebook.com/officialkaielle/
twitter.com/mykai
instagram.com/kai_elle/
soundcloud.com/kaiellemusic
youtube.com/user/WelcomeToKaiLand

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The World’s Leading BYOB Radio Show Is Sponsored By Mangria

“As a nightly consumer of red wine, I was shocked one evening to find I had just half a glass left in the bottle. So I did what any decent alcoholic, ex-con, American would do… I went to the fridge and the liquor cabinet, then poured, mixed and measured. Thus Mangria was born.” — Adam Carolla

For more info visit Carolla Drink’s websiteFacebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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