Get Behind Me , Now Stay There episode 75 GBMNST

Get Behind Me , Now Stay There episode 75 GBMNST

July 21, 2016

Rockstar Frame :                      Founded in 2012 by Max Klein, Rockstar Frame has already won several contests, played numerous gigs and received support from media in native Italy. Even though their musical roots go back to heavy metal, hard rock and even classical music, their sound has been defined as “New Guns N Roses with killer female vocals!”. Their talent is undeniable: Faith Blurry recorded vocals for her first commercial which was broadcasted on national TV in Italy when she was 6, Ace Wave holds a summa cum laude degree in classical piano from the Academy of Music, Andy Di Bella is finishing up his electric bass studies at the Academy as well, while Max Klein and Morris Steel have been professional session musicians for the past ten years.
Unique talents, skilled musicians and friends. They present a blend of hard rock with classical influences, their songs get stuck into your head. Faith Blurry’s voice is aggressive, powerful and delicate at the same time. As a local magazine in Italy said about them: “Their technique, the way they master the stage together with their catchy melodies create a show which can be easily compared to the most famous rock bands!!! They’ll definitely make a name for themselves!”
Their debut album Rock N Roll Mafia will be released in spring 2015 via Musicarchy Media.

Michael Sun Lee :
Michael Sun Lee is an American actor and producer who portrays Harry Takayama as an adult on the Netflix series Fuller House. He is best known for his roles in the films Boyz' Day (2003), Obake yashiki (2002), and Dead Island (2011). He has also appeared on the soap operas The Young and the Restless, Days of Our Lives, and All My Children as well as on the TV series Big Time Rush, Hawaii Five-0, Scorpion, and NCIS: Los Angeles.


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Get Behind Me, Now Stay There Episode 74

Get Behind Me, Now Stay There Episode 74

May 28, 2016

Trevor Sewell :                      
Winner of 9 major awards in the U.S.A  and 4 times nominated in the British Blues Awards. The past three years have seen Sewell continue to go from strength to strength particularly in America where his debut album ‘Calling Your Name’ spent a staggering 7 weeks at number one on the American Blues Scene Chart. His second album Independence went on to win multiple awards and firmly establish him as a real force to be reckoned with. An unplugged album recorded live at the Legendary Capitol Records Studios in Hollywood followed and in its first week of release became a pick of the month in the prestigious IBBA chart in the U.K. Sewell was in fact one of the most played artists as reported by the IBBA across the whole of 2014. He has recently become the voice of the audio book Dangerous Gambles by acclaimed American Author J.H Sanderson which also features Sewell’s music . Sewell’s music has not only been recorded recently by several American artists but is also featured  on numerous major compilations alongside legendary artists such as Robert Johnson, B.B King and Howlin’ Wolf.

March To May :
  March to May began under unusual circumstances in late December of 2012. The musical spark between Darren and Beth arose around a roaring beach bonfire along a remote section of the Washington coast. Neither of them had realized the musical potential they shared when they first met a few weeks before – and not until several more chance encounters did they realize that the musical chemistry between them was truly magical. Once the spark hit, it didn't take long for them to catch fire. By March 2013 they had co-written their first two songs, by April they had a paid gig under their belts, and by May they had a name and shows booked out into the months ahead.
Two years and over 80 shows later, they released their critically acclaimed debut EP, The Water’s Edge, to a sold-out show on a historic steamship. Their single, “Embers”, spent eleven consecutive weeks at #1 on Yallwire’s Yallturnative Music Video charts and won an Akademia Award for Best Pop / Singer-Songwriter Song (August 2015). Their sound has drawn comparisons to acts like The Civil Wars, Damien Rice, the Swell Season, and Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. In the words of Chuck Taylor, former Sr. Editor at Billboard Magazine, “Folk duo March to May’s soft and gentle new single “Embers” is certainly a song that we can all relate to…all that’s missing here is a fading sunset and a requisite glass of red wine. Cheers… to that love we shall never forget.”

Get Behind Me, Now Stay There Episode 73

Get Behind Me, Now Stay There Episode 73

April 14, 2016

Singer Carrington MacDuffie :                      
Carrington MacDuffie is not your typical Americana singer/songwriter. She is an award-winning voice actor, a spoken word performer, and a widely published poet; her music embodies a passion for language and sound, shaped by her carefree spirit and the richness of her alto voice. While comparisons have been made to Americana folk singer/songwriters, such as Neko Case, Patty Griffin, and Lucinda Williams, and her live performance has been described as “alt cabaret” and compared to Nina Hagen and Laurie Anderson, perhaps best grasped MacDuffie’s lighthearted warmth and infectious charm when they described her as a “female Jimmy Buffet.”Her latest release CRUSH ON YOU out in February 2016, is a collection of five original songs about the independent spirit of love crossed with longing, that MacDuffie herself refers to as electronic folk. There is a playfulness and sensitivity to her work, and the tunes are both catchy and deep. MacDuffie has merged her Americana folk singer/songwriter sound with an ’80s rock twist for an eclectic, retro sound. The tracks range from the powerful title track “Crush on You,” to the meditative “I Call You” with its steadily rolling drums, to the sweet melody of the ballad “Precious Kisses,” the dynamic lullaby “Sweet Pea,” and is rounded out by an anthemic ode to the musician’s instrument, “My Little Guitar”. Her vocal clarity and expressive range, her creative use of lyrics, and her signature background vocal styling ensure her unique voice will be heard in not only the Americana singer/songwriter scene, but in other genres as well.CRUSH ON YOU was produced in Austin, Texas, by Rob Halverson, who has produced and performed with an impressive roster of legendary Austin performers. Halversonics Recording has played host to a bevy of award-winning artists. On the CRUSH ON YOU EP Halverson (synthesizers, bass, piano, vibes, percussion, guitars) is joined by renowned drummer/percussionist Dony Wynn, who has long been appreciated for his work with Robert Palmer, Dr. John, Patti LaBelle, Brooks and Dunn, and Robert Plant. Paul Klemperer steps in on baritone sax, and Carrington croons, whispers, and belts out her vocals and plays acoustic and electric ukuleles and piano. CRUSH ON YOU was mastered by Timothy Stollenwerk at Stereophonic Mastering, Portland, Oregon.

Actress Adria Tennor:
Born in a musical background, beauty with brains Adria Tennor is an eminent American actress, producer, director as well as writer. Besides her works before & behind the camera, Adria is also a successful restaurateur. Raised in the environs of Detroit, Michigan, the actress’s full birth name is said to be Adria Galloway Tennor. She was born in the City of Birmingham, Michigan, United States. Sam Tannenbaum, her grandfather who was the Irving Berlin’s song plugger changed his surname officially to Tennor so that it would sound further American. Adria’s family previously had a German surname. Making a close glance to Adria Tennor’s personal life & dating history, she seems to be a very private person. Following affairs & breakups with her former boyfriends, the gorgeous lady got hitched to Claudio Blotta on 2nd September, 2006. Adria Tennor as a child was very much enthusiastic about filming. Following her interest, she joined the New York University for the Arts after high schooling & studied acting plus directing there. As soon she reached her youth, she landed her very first role as a 12 year old guy chatting about porn with an amnesiac in Tompkins Square Park in the 1994 Hal Hartley’s film “Amateur”. After few more movies roles beneath her belt, Adria headed towards the City of Los Angeles in order to work on TV. There, she as well acts upon her show frequently around the town, “Electro Magnetic Stripper”, “There’s Not a Lot of Coat Check Work in LA” & the most presently “Strip Search”, enthused by her courses in pole dancing at the popular “The S Factor Studio” along with Sheila Kelley. Adria works regularly on films & television, she is best known for portraying recurring characters Joyce Darling, frank talking mate of Betty Draper on the AMC sitcom “Mad Men” & Clarissa Hawn, a kooky professor on ABC Family drama “Greek”. She had also appeared in the award winning movie by Michel Hazanavicius’s “The Artist”. The actress made her foray as producer with “The Sessiob” (Dough Blake) on a John Schneider movie “Smothered” & subsequently debuted as director with a short movie “Cracked”. Her further movies credit includes the 2008 American standup comedy “Don’t Mess with the Zohan”. Currently she is a recurring guest star on Amazon's original series Mad Dogs . Wonderful actress and person we were so glad to have her back on our show . Enjoy !!  

Get Behind Me , Now Stay There Episode 72

Get Behind Me , Now Stay There Episode 72

March 30, 2016

 New Zealand Band Ivy Blue                      
Ivy Blue are an Alternative Rock band from Te Aroha, New Zealand consisting of THE URGE and A.FLOW.
Ivy Blue are an Alternative Rock duo from Te Aroha, New Zealand made up of The Urge (born 1996) on Vocals, Guitars, and Keyboards, and A.Flow (born 1998) on Drums, Percussion, and occasional Vocals.

They grew up together in Te Aroha and have played together in other groups, but decided to take the plunge as a rock duo in November 2013, and since then have gone from strength to strength.

Their music is a unique blend of electronic, rock, and pop which when blended right can produce amazing results. Such songs include their first single 'Invisible'- a song about a person who feels invisible to the world.

Ivy Blue released Invisible on March 25 via their former IvyNet.Com website for free listening and later released all 7 songs from the forthcoming album 'REVEAL' for free streaming on Sound Cloud. The stream was later taken down due to undisclosed reasons on the 4th of May 2014.

The album saw official release on June the 7th 2014, receiving a generally positive reception on REVERBNATION and causing minor movement online. 2 weeks later, the band's second album WORLD MAGNETIC was released on June the 25th 2014, achieving similar results as the previous album REVEAL. We spoke with them about their new album 19 and their upcoming world tour. You don't want to miss this one !!

Rapper 1G:
What's up with rapper 1G ? Well he is here to tell us all about his new album and life in the music scene in Florida. Some really great music and wonderful conversation.    - See more at:

Get  Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 71

Get Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 71

March 4, 2016

Author : Nicholas Stanton                                                                     This brilliant new detective series introduces Los Angeles’ latest gumshoe.
For those who have been waiting for the next Phillip Marlowe, Sam Spade, Mike Hammer, or Jim Rockford, the wait is over! Author Nicholas Sheridan Stanton unveils the latest result of his chronically leaky cranium in a clever new detective series he’s calling the Gumshoe Diaries.
In the first book, The Gumshoe Diaries: Fortune Cookies Always Lie, he introduces us to Whitey Roode, a shaggy but likeable former LAPD gold shield who turned private investigator after (as he tells it) being invited to retire by the brass. Stanton then takes us on a wheels-within-wheels scavenger hunt for the killer—or killers—of pretty Mei Li Teng (a.k.a Sally November), the not-so-innocent niece of Whitey’s close friends and occasionally accurate snitches, Jai Lai and Lu Rong. The quirky Asian couple owns a trendy and ridiculously popular New York–style delicatessen downtown in the heart of Los Angeles called Show-M-U-Lyke-M. They hire Whitey to find out whodunit to little Miss Sally. As it turns out, the college education her uncles thought they were sponsoring is far more dangerous than the standard three Rs. Nicholas Sheridan Stanton, after a thirty-year career in the aerospace industry, is now a writer by choice and spends his time observing and living life as fully as possible. His books include Gabriel’s Promise, The Migrant, The Gumshoe Diaries, KK Undercover Mystery: The Cookie Caper, and KK Undercover Mystery: The Haunted Field Trip. He lives in Southern California.

Rapper Thraxxup :
What's up its Thraxxup. Hip-Hop musician with creative writing. Came from the city of south Chicago and now I'm chasing my dreams. Come join along this journey or #THEMOVEMENT is what I slickly call it! Ask questions, make suggestions, msg, etc everything is welcome! Thank you for all the support, I love all my Fans couldn't do it without yall....We sat down with him and had a great insight into the rap world from this up and coming hip hop star .


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Get  Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 70

Get Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 70

February 3, 2016

Artist, Author & Movie Star:  Linda Chorney
Grammy Nominee Chorney made history as the first truly independent artist to get nominated for a Grammy without a label, manager or publicist, for BEST AMERICANA ALBUM "EMOTIONAL JUKEBOX" for the 54th GRAMMY AWARDS. Her nomination was met with some controversy by the gatekeepers. She embraced it, and wrote her first book. Next she's going for an Oscar to piss them off, too! 

Linda Chorney was born before the war. She started singing as a fetus. She received a standing ovation in the delivery room and has been singing ever since. As of the year 2013 she has released 6 CD's, 3 cassettes, 1 Grammy nomination and 0 Grammy's. She has performed on all seven continents, but only one planet. Her goal is to get 1 Grammy and sing on 2 planets.
Highlights in her career thus far are singing for Nelson Mandela, in front of a crowd of 250,000 humans. And of course playing in Sports bars where no one is listening. She just released her first book, "Who the F*#% Is Linda Chorney?!", and is going for the Pulitzer. Sounds quite self-absorbed, wouldn't you say? Just because it happened to you, doesn't make it interesting, but sometimes, putting it to music does. Now she is out with a new film and album and we are so pleased to have her on to tell us all about it.

Artist  Joshua Smith :
Working in a vortex of color and often on over twenty varying sizes of canvas at a time, Smith, not unlike the dreams he credits with inspiring his work, paints in a fever of remembrance, memory, mysticism and metaphor.  Taking clues from architecture and religion, Smith’s paintings are a reflection of art and faith.The US American master of oil painting Joshua Smith translates his imagination on to canvas. Through the medium of painting, Smith developed his own language which speaks of fantasy and nature, blending surrealism into the physical world, with playful imagery and fragments of playful subject matters. His paintings on canvas often presents landscapes with chairs, birds, butterflies and clouds, an imaginaire world where beings are either dreaming or existing in a parallel world, a virtual universe in which dreams and reality fuse.


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Get  Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 69

Get Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 69

January 4, 2016

Artist and Author AmarA : 
 Right now, I am doing many things.
I am a scenic designer for 
Ithaca Shakespeare and for Tri-Cities Opera. 
I am an author. AWAKE: A Vampire Tale is out as of Hallowe'en.
I am a constant collaborator with 
artist, photographer, philospher, & belovedest, jk.
We are the artists of our patrons:giving & receiving with them to be able to give & receive with the world.
I do not limit myself:
I am a painter.
I am an actor.
I am a designer. 
I am a writer. 
I am a model. 
I am a musician.
I am a philosopher.

I am constantly deepening my knowledge in each, honing my skills in each, and finding how they interact and how they are unique. Perhaps it diminishes my "sale-ability" that I flit between crafts, living wide to discover depth,but I am not a product to be bought and sold, I am a creator. 
I am an artist, 
The rest is kind of a long story.....

Director Sue Zizza :
Sue is an audio producer, director, writer, and sound designer, and the owner of SueMedia Productions, a full service audio production company.For more than 20 years Sue has produced award winning audio drama for public radio and audiobooks. 
She is an Audie award winning producer of audiobooks, audio drama, radio plays and much more.
Her work has also been honored by The Gabriel’s, The International Festival of New York, The National Federation of Community Broadcasters, and the Communicator Awards. In 2014 she was a two-time Audie Finalist (Audio Drama & Multi-Voice Production) for The Fall of the Kings.In 2013 she won the Audie for Audio Drama for Swordspoint and was a Finalist (Multi-voice Production) for The Privilege of the Sword.In 2012 she was a 3-time Audie Finalist for “The Witches of Lublin” (Distinguished Achievement in Production, Best Original, Best Packaging) which has received numerous others awards including a Gracie (Best Director), a Gabriel, an Earphones Award, A Communicator Award of Distintion, and an International Radio Finalist Award for Audio Drama.  
In 2012, Sue also created the ‘
illuminated style’ of audiobooks for the novel “Swordspoint,” which has received an Earphones Award and is featured as part of Neil Gaiman Presents at 2011 Sue was an Audie Finalist for “William’s Leap For Freedom” and 2010 she was part of the Blackstone team that won an Audie for “The Black Mask.” 2009 saw her receive an Audie Finalist nomination for “Jack’s Last Call: Say Goodbye to Kerouac.”Sue’s sound clients have also included: USA Networks - SciFi Channel, The New Victory Theater – Broadway, USA Productions, Movies for the Ears, and The Museum of TV and Radio – NYC. Additionally from 1996 - 2007 she served as the Executive Director of the National Audio Theatre Festivals – an audio arts training organization.When she’s not producing and directing, Sue specializes in manual SFX (Foley) effects for audio productions, film, television and the stage.  Sue also teaches audio arts and sound production at New York University’s Kanbar Institute for Film and Television at the Tisch School of the Arts.Sue has been a regular presenter at national audio conferences like the Audio Engineering Society (AES) where she demonstrates sound effects recording and performance techniques. This October she will be producing a live performance for AES.
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Get  Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 68

Get Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 68

December 3, 2015

Episode 68
Musician Rick Kej : 
 Grammy® Award winner and Billboard #1 artist Ricky Kej is the youngest Indian to win the Grammy®. He won this award for his album 'Winds of Samsara'. Internationally renowned Indian Music Composer and Producer Ricky Kej is a true wizard of the keyboard, manuscript page, and recording studio. His projects include creating music for three feature films, fourteen albums released by Universal Music, and over three thousand commercials seen by audiences around the world. A student of both Western and Indian classical music, Kej composed original works for the opening ceremony of the Cricket World Cup 2011, 
held in Dhaka, Bangladesh; the ceremony was telecast to more than 200 countries and widely heralded for its artistry and execution.

Ricky has earned multiple awards and honors for his composition and production exploits. He won 2 ZMR (Zone Music Reporter) awards held at New Orleans, USA and 2 SAMA (South African Music Awards) from South Africa. He also won the 2015 GIMA and 2015 Mirchi Music Award in India. He was also nominated for 2 Hollywood Music in Media Awards (LA) for this album. He was recently conferred the title "Pride of Karnataka"  and pronounced the 'Youth Icon of India'.  His previous album Shanti Orchestra was also nominated for a ZMR Award (New Orleans) and a Hollywood Music in Media Award (LA). He was declared an “India Rules Artist” by VH1 in 2013.  Ricky 
was nominated for a Cannes Advertising award for his Nike Jingle.

Combining a keen sense of culture-jumping harmony, melody, and pacing, Ricky synthesizes cutting-edge music technology and traditional instruments of both Indian and European origins into his work, both within the new age genre and beyond. He currently runs two state-of-the-art studios in Bangalore, the Raveolution Studios, where much of Winds of Samsara was developed from spark of an idea to finished album.

Canadian Super Group Dream Aria  :
DREAM ARIA is in a class all its own with fresh, fiery and haunting music. Creative elements include Rock, Techno, Progressive, Classical, New Age, Goth, and World music. Featuring powerful raw vocals and guitar, lush keyboards, driving rhythms and inspired lyrics are abundant!

There’s something for every music lover in DREAM ARIA…

DREAM ARIA is Donald Stagg (composer, lyrics, keyboards, arranger), Garry Flint (producer, drums, engineer), Ann Burstyn (vocals, vocal melodies, lyrics, artwork), Jon Casselman (bass, back-up vocals). Dream Aria’s mission will continue to be creating music without rules or boundaries that takes you on a far away journey…
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Get  Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 67

Get Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 67

October 26, 2015

Episode 67 
Singer Ed Roman : 
 Ed Roman is an Award-winning singer/songwriter, performer and multi-instrumentalist from Shelburne, Ontario, Canada.  Blurring the lines between pop, rock, folk, and country music genres, Ed’s uniquely crafted songs have received regular rotation on more than 100 terrestrial radio stations across North America.  Ed is a 2014 Artists Music Guild Award Nominee and a 2014 Artists In Music Award Nominee.  He is also a 2014 International Music and Entertainment Association Award Winner and a two-time Indie Music Channel Award winner. Ed has performed at the Red Gorilla Music Fest during SXSW, The Millennium Music Conference, and SS Cape May, and he will be touring New York City and Philly in July. Recently, Ed traveled to Jamaica to deliver much-needed humanitarian aid to the island, while shooting the music video for “Jamaica.”  His current album, Letters From High Latitudes (an homage to his Ontario home) is a critically-acclaimed vehicle for Ed’s socio-political, earthly-conscious and globally-aware messages.  This earthy, funky and magical mix of music has earned Ed Roman airplay chart recognition and won over legions of fans around the world, known as “Ed Heads.”
Author Ruth Nolan :
 Ruth Nolan, M.F.A., M.A., grew up in California's Mojave Desert, where she worked as a wildland firefighter for the BLM and USFS in the 1980's. She is Professor of English, Creative Writing and Desert Literature at College of the Desert in Palm Springs, CA. She writes desert-based feature columns for KCET Los Angeles, News from Native California, and Inlandia Literary Journeys, and her poetry and prose writing has appeared/will soon appear in the Rattling Wall Issue 4; Los Angeles Short Fiction (Red Hen Press 2016); Women's Studies Quarterly; New California Writing; Rhino Baby Press Issue 1; The Border Crossed Us; Southern California Haiku Magazine; San Diego Poetry Annual; The Sierra Club Desert Report; The Night Goes On All Night: Noir Inspired Poems of Los Angeles; and more. Ruth edited "No Place for a Puritan: the Literature of California's Deserts (Heyday Books)," and has lecture at/participated in dozens of literary readings and events throughout the West Coast, including the Los Angeles Lit Crawl; PEN USA Empire Moon; Western Wilderness Conference; California Indian Conference; Green Festival San Francisco; California Legacy Project at Santa Clara University; Squaw Valley Writers Conference; Joshua Tree and Death Valley National Parks; and many more. She's writing a memoir focused on her experiences as a desert wildland firefighter, and is working also on a multimedia project, "Fire on the Mojave: Stories from the Deserts and Mountains of Inland Southern California"  To read more of Ruth Nolan's writing, visit and visit her on facebook at Ruth Nolan
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Get  Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 66

Get Behind Me Now Stay There Episode 66

September 28, 2015

Episode 66 
Director / Writer Don Thacker : 
 Ian Folivor, a depressed and reclusive 30-something, finds himself taking advice from a growth in his bathroom after a failed suicide attempt. The Mold, a smooth talking fungus who was born of the filth collecting in a corner of Ian's neglected bathroom, works to win Ian's trust by helping him clean himself up and remodel his lifestyle. With The Mold's help, Ian attracts the attention of a neighbor he's been ogling through his peephole, Leah, and he manages to find a slice of happiness despite his unnatural circumstances. But Ian starts to receive strange messages from his old and broken down TV set that make him realize that The Mold may not be as helpful as it seems to be, and strange characters combined with stranger events cast Ian's life in the shadow of an epic battle between good and evil that Ian is only partially aware of. This is a great film check out the trailer below .

Author Dr. Frank Romano :
Frank Romano earned a PhD at University of Paris I, Panthéon Sorbonne, and a JD at Golden Gate University, Faculty of Law, San Francisco. He is a Maître de conférences (assistant tenured professor) at the University of Paris Oueste in the Anglo-American Literature and Civilization Department, an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University, Faculty of Law and a member of the California and Marseille Bars. At present, he teaches law, literature, history and philosophy of law at the University of Paris Oueste and practices law in France and in the United States. The author actively organizes and participates in interfaith events involving Jews, Moslems and Christians in Israel and Palestine. Dr. Romano has also authored a book entitled Storm Over Morocco, published by World Audience, Inc., Globalization of Antitrust Policies (Mondialisation des politiques de concurrence), published by L’Harmattan in French, Love and Terror in the Middle East and a book of poems entitled Crossing Over. He has written many articles published in Europe and in the United States where he is often invited to speak at conferences. He can be reached at:
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