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Internet Radio Guest Erin Dickins (Manhattan Transfer) talks Nice Girls & Baltimore

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Internet Radio Guest Erin Dickins (Manhattan Transfer) introduces tracks off of her debut CD “Nice Girls” & talks about Baltimore, MD

The 10th New Subscriber wins a copy of Erin’s CD. 

Program Details:
 • Get tips from Erin Dickins if you want to travel to Baltimore  CLICK HERE
 • Winners selected from the Subscribe – Listen – Win Promotion
 • Listen as Erin Dickins introduces several tracks from her album “Nice Girls Don’t Stay for Breakfast”
 • Visit http://Specials.CruiseWithBruce.com for more travel tips.

 Subscribe, Listen & Win when you listen to this program. http://Subscribe.CruiseWithBruce.com


 

 During this travel internet radio show, Bruce Oliver, host of the “Cruise Radio Network’s: Cruise with Bruce™” will talk with Erin Dickins and find out more about her experience traveling to Baltimore . Listen to Erin Dickins introduce tracks off of her “Nice Girls Don’t Stay for Breakfast” CD in between our talk about your vacation or holiday in the Baltimore area.

 A founding member of MANHATTAN TRANSFER, the original jazz vocal group, Ms. Dickins continues to enchant audiences throughout the world. She has performed and recorded with Leonard Cohen, Bette Midler, James Taylor, The Talking Heads, James Brown, Barry Manilow, Jaco Pastorius and Ashford & Simpson, to name but a few.


 

 

Travel Internet Radio show Music, News & Alerts for Travelers & Cruisers

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

Thursday, September 1, 2011 – Music, News & Alerts for Travelers & Cruisers  For more information visit http://news.cruisewithbruce.com


 

 

Listen to a couple of cuts of NYC musician Mark Radcliffe ‘s “The Sea Before Us” CD in between travel and cruise alerts and news. Mark’s new album will be featured on this program. You can listen to his full interview by going to http://InternetRadio.CruiseWithBruce.com/music/
Join host, Bruce Oliver, of the “Cruise Radio Network’s: Cruise with Bruce™” radio program and hear up to date travel and cruise alerts and news about Airport Delays, Terrorism Alerts, Health Alerts for travelers and other pertinent information for travelers and cruisers who will be on the road in the next 24 to 48 hours. Listen to featured musicians music and tails of traveling around the United States and world. The Alerts and News for Travelers and Cruisers segment will be covered every ten minutes throughout the program. For more current Alerts and News be sure to go to the Cruise with Bruce website. Click on the Radio tab then the alerts submenu or go to the full 3,000 plus page site that’s updated with information every hour. Get advanced warning of all programming by following “Cruise with Bruce” radio on Blog Talk Radio or by going to http://www.CruiseWithBruce.com and join the Street Team for email updates. The Cruise with Bruce™ Radio program is part of the Cruise Radio Network


 

Travel Internet Radio show Travel Specials & Tips – Music

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

Saturday, September 3, 2011 – Cruise with Bruce Internet Radio show: Travel Tips & Specials with Music  http://specials.cruisewithbruce.com/


 


Program Details:

  •   Featured CD from Mark Radcliffe – “The Sea Before Us”
  •   Travel Specials and Cruise Discounts
  •   Winners selected from the Subscribe – Listen – Win Promotion
  •   Baltimore, Chicago, & NYC TIPS – Plus News & Tidbits from travelers & cruisers
  •   Sound clips from previous & upcoming travel internet radio shows and series

During this travel internet radio show you’ll hear a couple of cuts of Baltimore & Burlington musician Mark Radcliffe’s “The Sea Before Us” CD. Mark’s new album, “The Sea Before Us” will be featured on this program. You can listen to his full interview on iTunes and/or the internet by going to http://InternetRadio.CruiseWithBruce.com/music/

Be sure to listen to Cruise with Bruce’s radio show series featuring entertainers like: Tony Pace, Chris Geith, Peter Fox, Andrew Cole, Sheri Miller, Jeff Johnson, Mark Radcliffe, Erin Dickins, Mark Radcliffe, Charley Langer, etc…

Join host, Bruce Oliver, of the “Cruise Radio Network’s: Cruise with Bruce™” radio program and hear about travel and cruise specials. Listen to featured musicians music and tails of traveling around the United States and world. Learn travel tips submitted by hundreds of guests who travel.

The Cruise with Bruce™ Radio program is part of the Cruise Radio Network.

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African elephants eating up close on safari in Zimbabwe with Fred Krakowiak

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

 African elephants eating up close on safari in Zimbabwe with Fred Krakowiak

To hear my interview with my guest Arizona Safari Artist, Fred Krakowiak please go to http://www.CruiseWithBruce.com/cruise_radio/Fred_Krakowiak 


 

Thanks for watching, I’m Bruce Oliver with the Cruise Radio Network and host of the Cruise with Bruce Travel Internet Radio show. This video was shot up close as African Safari Artist Fred Krakowiak observed elephants that will be subjects for his next piece of art. Find out what it is like to be several feet away from a bull elephant and his herd of elephants in Zimbabwe, Africa. Fred spent a month on safari in Africa visiting herds of gorilla, elephants and hippopotamus before visiting one of the seven wonders of the world. The Victoria Falls in Central Africa cover hundreds of miles in Zimbabwe. They are known as “the grand old lady of the Falls” and can be found in the Victoria Falls National Park. The park has been designated a world heritage site. Fred will talk about his visit to the falls on his last safari to Zimbabwe. Learn more by listening to our radio program.

ABOUT FRED KRAKOWIAK

Fred Krakowiak, author of Africa: An Artist’s Safari, is recognized as a leading wildlife artist as well as a safari expert. His artwork is commissioned internationally by both private and corporate collectors. He creates vibrant paintings of wildlife from Africa and across the world by capturing them in motion with unique techniques using mediums such as oil on copper and dye on silk.

Early on, Krakowiak realized his passion for painting as well as his genuine love for African wildlife. Blessed with the gift of an artist’s eye, he is able to detail every nuance of the animal’s very existence. With over twenty-five years of conventional study in various mediums including watercolor, oil, pen & ink and dye on silk, Krakowiak’s foundation has been his formal training in the ancient art of Sumi (pictures in ink). The fundamentals of Sumi require the artist to learn from their mistakes and often omit details. Krakowiak’s paintings illustrate that what is missing is as important as what remains. This skill allows viewers to become involved in the painting by filling in the missing details with their imagination and experience the power of action at that exact moment of passion.


 

Traveling to the London 2012 Olympics next year?

Saturday, July 30th, 2011


 

ARE YOU GOING?

Olympic Radio Station

The Cruise Radio Network & Cruise With Bruce radio host kicked off a year long series of radio Olympic Radio Shows. Click above to find out more. And fill out the poll below. Thanks


 

Guest NYC singer-songwriter Sheri Miller talks music | Winning Hand & NYC

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

     To hear my interview with my guest New York City native and singer/songwriter Sheri Miller please go to http://InternetRadio.CruiseWithBruce.com/music/

 

     Thanks for watching, I’m Bruce Oliver with the Cruise Radio Network and host of the Cruise with Bruce Internet Radio show.

     Sheri Miller is a New York City based musician who writes melodic, poetic and catchy songs on guitar and piano.  The MUSIC CONNECTION MAGAZINE says her songs are written and performed with “exquisite sensitivity…talent…and originality” with her soulful, inspiring, and distinctly unique voice. Upon releasing her critically-acclaimed debut EP, “Mantra” in 2008, which features underground hit “Right Here, Right Now”, Sheri was named one of Music Connection’s “Hot 100 Unsigned Artists,” played on KCRW and Q104.3 FM, and asked to join a 4-part vocal harmony group, The Delilahs, which signed with Sony. Since leaving the band, Sheri has co-written with icon songwriters like J.D. Souther from the Eagles, Shawn Mullins and Jill Sobule. Sheri’s stunning new record, “Winning Hand”, produced by legendary Kevin Killen who also worked with U2 and Peter Gabriel, features incredible musicians like Will Lee of the Fab Faux, CBS Orchestra, Charley Drayton who performed with Fiona Apple, Divinylis and Johnny Cash, and Gerry Leonard who performed with David Bowie and Suzanne Vega.

Sheri Miller – “Inspired with passionate, soulful vocals, poetic, heartfelt lyrics, great songwriting, and super-catchy hooks, the stunning new CD by this authentic, rising artist is one to watch. Produced by Grammy-winning Kevin Killen (U2, Peter Gabriel).” – #CyberPR

Quotes
“Exquisite sensitivity…talented…steadfastly original.”
Anne O’ Neary, Music Connection Magazine

“Alluring…Makes a powerful first impression, and then, even better, a series of more complex and lasting ones.”
Anthony DeCurtis, Rolling Stone

“Soulful voice…excellent songwriting…Superb.”
Mike Cavanaugh, All Access Magazine

“Utterly fantastic…One of the best female singer/songwriters that come across during my time in new media.”
Zack Daggy, The MothPod Podcast

“Devastatingly beautiful songs…sends chills up and down my spine…excellent songwriter, excellent singer.”
Steve Shapiro, UBL.com/ ArtistDirect.com

“Riveting…Young, talented performer…daring.”
Mark Fogarty, Music Editor, brokeruniverse.com

Guest singer-songwriter Jeff Johnson talks music | SHINE & Chicago

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

 

 To hear my interview with my guest Greater Chicago native and singer/songwriter Jeff Johnson please go to http://InternetRadio.CruiseWithBruce.com/music/
 
 Thanks for watching, I’m Bruce Oliver with the Cruise Radio Network and host of the Cruise with Bruce Internet Radio show.  

 

Singer/songwriter Jeff Johnson was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago in the 70′s and first started playing the piano with his brother when he was 9 years old. Bacharach and David, the Beatles, The Beach Boys, Bee Gees, Elton John and others influenced their song writing and playing since then. In the late 80′s they formed the Chalk Farm band which enjoyed much success in the Chicago club scene, headlining at the legendary Cabaret Metro and Park West among other venues.

      After Chalk Farm broke up, Jeff moved to Los Angeles and found success as a dance music artist in the mid 90′s with two club hits – his own song “Whenever You’re Lonely” and a dance cover of the Bee Gee’s “How Deep is Your Love” which appeared on over 30 compilation albums in Asia. Both singles were released on his own Interhit Records label founded along with his partner remixer/producer Chris Cox. While running Interhit he also wrote songs for Englebert Humperdink’s Dance album in 1998 and co-wrote the album cover hit “Try Me” for Japanese artist Mylin’s Beautiful album in 1999.

     Between 1999 and 2008 Jeff ran label/distributor Megahit Records when he found the long lost songs that he and his brother wrote when they were younger. Over the next couple of years Jeff worked to remix the material for release and wrote 20 new songs. With the help of several musicians from R&B legend Bobby Caldwell’s touring band including Jean McClain (aka Pepper Mashay the lead singer, drummer Johnny Friday and guitarist Carlyle Barriteau, bassist Reggie McBride and recording studio owner Carmen Grillo they worked on his new album “Shine”. Jean McClain brought in Marcellina Hawthorne and both handled background vocals while Carmen brought in Alex Wurmbrand, Paul Henning, Alwyn Wright and Maxim Velichkin to lend their talents on strings. Renown horn players Greg Adams, Michael Paulo and Lee Thornburg as well as organist Joey Navarro added to the collaborative efforts.

Guest singer-songwriter Andrew Cole music | Why We Wonder & Toronto

Thursday, July 21st, 2011


 

 To read about Andrew and hear my interview with my guest Greater Toronto Canadian singer/songwriter Andrew Cole please go to: http://InternetRadio.CruiseWithBruce.com/music/

 

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Thanks for watching, I’m Bruce Oliver with the Cruise Radio Network and host of the Cruise with Bruce Internet Radio show. 

Andrew Cole is a Toronto born singer/songwriter that moved with his parents to Liverpool, Wales, Las Vegas, Toronto and Florida as a youth. A natural born singer, Cole grew up constantly singing other people’s songs, developing a vocal style characterized by a remarkable range of expression. Still, Andrew couldn’t see himself as a performer on stage. When he finally took to the stage and began the process of finding his voice in 2002 he entered and won Stars In Your Eyes, a nationwide UK musical competition; the next year was named the UK’s North West Artist of the Year; over three years of university at Salford in Manchester – the longest uninterrupted time he’d spent in one place – he played the pubs four nights a week, further developing his already substantial vocal chops.
Still his voice as a songwriter remained in lock up, expressed only through his reinterpretations of the songs he chose to cover. It wasn’t until he returned to Canada after his father’s death in late 2004 that he began working on his own material; writing his first song – Why We Wonder’s closing track, We Must Win – in the backyard of his new home in Oakville, Ontario.
When Canadian rock icon Tom Cochrane and his wife Kathleene Cochran, now Cole’s manager, heard rough demos of those first efforts they were convinced by what Cochrane describes as “a voice other singers would die for”, and set out to help the fledgling songwriter realize his potential.

WHY WE WONDER – Although there are shades of David Gray and The Beatles haunting the edges of his voice and arrangements, Cole’s songs and sound are entirely unique: From ‘My Lovely’, which begins as a campfire love song and mutates into a torrent of raging guitars that come on like a swift summer storm and pass just as quickly; to his brutally frank expressions of the dangers of time running out before love on lead single, ‘Out Of Time’; through to ‘Dead Roses’, a country tinged ballad inspired by a simple emotional reaction to a women’s perfume and featuring backing vocals by Kathleen Edwards.

     Why We Wonder was released June 8, 2010 (Crier Records / Fontana North / Universal Music Canada). The video for lead single, Out Of Time, directed by Andrew MacNaughtan, is currently in heavy rotation on MuchMoreMusic.


 

Travel tips for NYC with singer songwriter Sheri Miller musical guest

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

Listen to my musical guest Sheri Miller. We’ll be listening to her music and tips on visiting NYC. http://internetradio.cruisewit​hbruce.com/music/Sheri_Miller_​alternative

Sheri Miller will be on a future progam to introduce her music and talk about traveling to New York City on vacation. Find out where to go, what to see and where to eat from a native New Yorker.

Sheri Miller is a NYC-based musician who writes melodic, poetic and catchy songs on guitar and piano with “exquisite sensitivity…talent…and originality” (MUSIC CONNECTION MAGAZINE) with her soulful, inspiring, and distinctly unique voice. Upon releasing her critically-acclaimed debut EP, “Mantra” in 2008, which features underground hit “Right Here, Right Now”, Sheri was named one of Music Connection’s “Hot 100 Unsigned Artists,” played on KCRW and Q104.3 FM, and asked to join a 4-part vocal harmony group, The Delilahs, which signed with Sony. Since leaving the band, Sheri has co-written with icon songwriters like J.D. Souther (Eagles), Shawn Mullins and Jill Sobule. Sheri’s stunning new record, “Winning Hand”, produced by legendary Kevin Killen (U2, Peter Gabriel), features incredible musicians Will Lee (Fab Faux, CBS Orchestra), Charley Drayton (Fiona Apple, Divinylis, Johnny Cash), and Gerry Leonard (David Bowie, Suzanne Vega) and will be released in 2011.