The JIA Radio Network was first known as the Cloverleaf Radio Network. It was founded by Ian Boothby on March 5th, 2008, broadcasting its first few shows out of a backroom in the station at the college. In 2009, "The New Dimension" brought about The Cloverleaf Radio Network, adding segments, radio reunions, special guest interviews, live broadcasts and interviews, and, in 2018, with the addition of friends Josh and Ariana, The network became "JIA" and expanded its horizon which now streams over 15 different networks!
COVIDleaf Radio (Cloverleaf) host "The Host with the Most" Jimmy Falcon welcomes back horror king, Bill Oberst Jr! Known for a Daytime Emmy Award-winning performance in "Take This Lollipop" and a ratings-winning role on CBS-TV's "Criminal Minds," Bill Oberst Jr. is an American actor of stage and screen whose real-life gentleness and interest in things spiritual are at odds with his often macabre screen persona. Ron Chaney, great-grandson of Lon Chaney, presented Oberst with the first Lon Chaney Award For Outstanding Achievement In Independent Horror Films in 2014.
In part 3 of Meet the Author Series, Poet & Host speaks with one of her good friends in the "writing field," author & publisher of Rising Tides Publications, Brian K Morris. Brian K Morris took the leap of faith to writing full time when he was let go from his job back in 2012... Now, he's helping others rise with him. Brian has experience in public speaking, writing, marketing, editing, and all the tools that go with helping create a successful writing career. It is all about having a dream, creating goals - and reaching them, as you ride with the tide. This episode is packed with plenty of good material for the writer who is starting out and has taken that leap of faith... Get your notebook and pen ready for this fun, yet informational episode.
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Welcome to Spoken Word Poetry Podcast: Meet the Author Series. In this episode, Poet and host of Spoken Word Poetry Podcast, Ariana R Cherry speaks to Poet Meg Smith. She met Meg through her new website, Poetry Essentials Hub (http://www.poetryessentialshub.com). Writing has been a lifelong passion of hers - not only is she a poet, but she is also a journalist, which has lead her to many beautiful places across the world. In return, her travels and life experience has inspired the poetry which she writes. Listen in as Ariana and Meg speak about poetry, life and writing. Meg also does a poetry reading for us as well!
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Z.M. Wise is the author and poet of "Illinois Infinitarium." Illinois is his home-state and has a love for it - so much, that he wrote a book of poems about it. Podcast Host & Poet, Ariana R Cherry, takes a few minutes to interview him about his book in this new podcast series called, "Meet the Author." Tune in to learn about Z.M. Wise, a bit about Illinois and listen to him read some of his poetry from the collection.
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CLOVIDleaf (Cloverleaf) Radio's host "The Host with the Most" Jimmy Falcon "The King of the Quarantine" welcomes back, longtime friend, Writer/Author/Actor/Publisher, Brian K. Morris!
Born in Danville, Illinois, Brian K. Morris has wanted to be a writer since seventh grade. Since that realization, he's written mini-comics, business plans, ad copy for print, TV, and radio, written audio plays, produced/co-hosted/co-wrote a podcast, and since 1999, he's been an "award winning" playwright.
From 2008 until 2016, he's been a partner with The Metro Players, a group of performers who produce skits for the start and the finish to the annual Superman Celebration held in Metropolis, Illinois. In that year, Brian also added acting to his resume, appearing in local community theater as well as a documentary and a couple of independent films.
In 2013, he became a part of the Script Development team for Audio Movies, LLC. Also, he wrote Bloodshot: The Coldest Warrior based on the Valiant Comics character for the Kindle Worlds program.
This was followed up with Santastein: The Post-Holiday Prometheus, Conflict: A Study in Heroic Archetypes, and a new series Vulcana: Rebirth of the Champion. He's also contributed to the short story anthologies With Great Power, Malicious Mysteries, and Metahumans Vs. The Ultimate Evil.
Turning his writing to comic books, Brian has written (for BiMor Comics) Nature Boy, The Purple Claw, and Dr. Anthony King, Hollywood Love Doctor. He also has a Black Fury story with Charlton NEO as well as a secret project for Pwhack Comics.
He lives in Indiana with his wife and too many comic books. He maintains his Freelance Words and Vulcana pages on Facebook, edits and writes for Silver Phoenix Entertainment (Tales of Bachelor's Grove, Kadrolsha Ona, and a horror western to be named later) and wishes he didn't need to sleep so much.
CLOVIDleaf (Cloverleaf) Radio's host, "The Host with the Most" "The King of the Quarantine" welcomes longtime (retired) Professional Wrestler, Davey O'Hannon!
As he once said in a ringside interview, Davey O'Hannon has a "Ph.D. in professional wrestling." During the 1970s and 80s, O'Hannon wrestled in territories across the
United States and Puerto Rico, and toured internationally in Japan, Canada, and Hong Kong. In more than 3000 matches spanning an 18-year ring career, O'Hannon faced
off with a who's who of opponents in shows at Madison Square Garden and other major arenas. Today, O'Hannon is considered one of the top "workers" of his generation.
"If there was a Hall of Fame for 'workers,' Davey would be inducted in one of the first classes," said Tony Vellano, IPWHF Vice President. In professional wrestling
terms, this distinction means that O'Hannon possessed the rare ability to consistently deliver high-quality matches with a diverse set of opponents. Most of the time,
O'Hannon performed the role of "heel," or villain, and fans would delight in seeing him defeated by their heroic "babyface."
Though he had a talent for drawing "heat" from wrestling audiences, Davey O'Hannon is undoubtedly a good guy and friend to the IPWHF. "He is a true gentleman,"
Vellano said, reflecting on their two decades of collaboration. O'Hannon was an early and active supporter of Vellano's work, serving on the board of his first pro
wrestling museum (formerly in Amsterdam, NY) and contributing significantly to the success of that project. O'Hannon has continued to advocate for a distinguished
hall of fame for his fellow professional wrestlers, which he will now help to create with the IPWHF. A native of New Jersey, O'Hannon knew he wanted to be a pro wrestler at seven years old. He remembers being in the audience when Bruno Sammartino defeated Buddy
Rogers for the world championship at Madison Square Garden, and how that moment inspired him to pursue his own wrestling carer. "I started bugging the promotors,"
says O'Hannon. That's when he met Arnold Skaaland, an agent with Capitol Wrestling, a New York-area promotion that operated the World Wide Wrestling Federation and
later became WWF/WWE. "Skaaland told me to go to college and then come back and see him," O'Hannon remembers.
COVIDleaf Radio's (Cloverleaf) host, "The Host with the Most" "The King of the Quarantine" welcome Actor/Stuntman, Ed Gale!
Ed left his hometown two years after graduating from Plainwell High School (Plainwell, Michigan) at the age of 20 with $41 in his pocket and hitched a ride California to pursue his dream of being not a "star", but a steady working Hollywood "actor". His very first experience in the "biz" was auditioning for and subsequently winning the lead role of Howard The Duck. Initially he was told "you are too tall" (he keeps that letter readily available in his living-room and often refers to it with a humble smile).
Early in his career, Ed had performed many of his own stunts such as being run over by a big rig, flying on wires, fight scenes, being tossed, thrown & dropped great distances, and crashing through the windshield of a moving vehicle. However, his most impressive stunts just might be his Full Body Burns in the first Child's Play movie and his Full Body Burn while "flying" on wires in Leprechaun 3.
Ed Gale has appeared in over 130 Television Shows, Films, and Commercials to date; playing some of Hollywood's most famous (and infamous) characters such as "Howard" in the movie Howard The Duck; "Chucky" in Child's Play, Child's Play 2, and the Bride of Chucky; "Birdie the Early Bird" in one of the very few McDonland's commercials in which "Birdie" actually flew; "Tasha" (the baby dinosaur in the ABC Saturday morning kids show The New Land of the Lost; and the "The Mole" in The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
Other popular films to Ed Gale's credit include; Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, Mom & Dad Save the World, and the Christmas Holiday Hit: the Polar Express.
Out of Costume, Ed has played some rather notable "human" roles as well; "Hank Tarver" (The District), "Oscar" (3rd Rock from the Sun), "Stan" (Santa, Jr.), "Benson" (Call Me Claus), "Mr. Larry Briggs" (The Hughley's), "Jimmy" (Just Shoot Me), and "Baby Jesus" (Grounded for Life).
Ed is probably most recognized for his roles as "Lavalle" (Bones), "Little Prisoner" (My Name is Earl), "Simon McKay" (Baywatch) and as the "Little Man" (O Brother, Where Art Thou?)
Ed has starred, co-starred, & guest starred along side of some of the biggest names in Hollywood, the likes of which include: Lea Thompson, Kym Whitley, John Candy, Mel Brooks, Keanu Reeves, Catherine Hicks, Tom Hanks, George Clooney, Matthew McConaughey, Ray Liotta, Charlton Heston, Billy Bob Thornton, Jeffrey Jones, Teri Garr, Hal Sparks, Holly Robinson-Peete, Caroline Rhea, Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Bobby Lee and many, many more!
Ed Gale is no stranger to Television Commercials either, pitching such products as: Burger King, Toys R US, Cingular Wireless, Best Buy, Progressive Insurance, Nike, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter (with Fabio), Kinko's, Twisted Metal 4, Taco Bell, Polaroid Cameras, Snapple, McDonald's, Holiday Inn, Nissan Cars (Japan), California Eggs, & Sony Video. (just to name a few!)
Josh, Ian & Ariana got together this past Friday evening on August 28 to discuss their favorite inherited items that were physically or perhaps genetically passed on. The three have memories of their grandparents along with special trinkets, paintings, or even old Bibles that have been passed on to them. As you listen in, think about some of the things that you may have that hold special meaning.
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Listen in to get to know podcasters, Josh, Ian and Ariana better by hearing what their favorite television shows were from their childhood. These guys are always being goofy, so this one will be a fun one to listen to.
Join us as we interview actress Brittani Ebertn who has had roles on, "General Hospital, " "I Didn't Know I was Pregnant," "They Live Among Us," "It's So LA, BIGFOOT, ONE WEEK and many others! We were delighted to have her on our show! Hope you listen in!
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and special guest host, Former WWF and NWA Referee Mac McMurray,
as we welcome, Former NWA and WWF Superstar, WWE Trainer, Steve Keirn AKA Doink and Skinner!
Stephen Paul Keirn (born September 10, 1951) is an American retired professional wrestler. He is a graduate of Port Tampa's
Robinson High School. He is best known for his appearances in multiple National Wrestling Alliance territories as one-half
of the tag team The Fabulous Ones, as well as his appearances with the World Wrestling Federation under the ring name
In the summer of 1991, Keirn debuted in the WWF as Skinner, an alligator hunter from the Florida Everglades.He was portrayed
as a generally nasty individual, always chewing on tobacco and sometimes spitting it on his opponent. He carried an
alligator claw to the ring with him, which he would often use as a weapon against his opponents. He competed in the 1991
King of the Ring tournament, defeating Virgil in the first round but losing to Bret Hart in the second round.While
still being billed as undefeated, he challenged Hart for the WWF Intercontinental Championship at This Tuesday in Texas
on December 3, 1991 but lost by submission.Skinner competed in the 1992 Royal Rumble, lasting 2:13 before being
eliminated by Rick Martel. At WrestleMania VIII, he was defeated in one minute and eleven seconds by Owen Hart.
Keirn competed in the 1993 Royal Rumble but was eliminated by Mr. Perfect at the 3:05 mark. While in the WWF, Keirn
also portrayed Doink the Clown on occasion. At WrestleMania IX, Keirn helped the original Doink defeat Crush by
attacking Crush dressed as Doink during the match.Keirn left the WWF in April 1993.
Since the late 1980s, Keirn has run a school to train wrestlers. Originally located in Tampa, Florida, Keirn's
"Professional Wrestling School of Hard Knocks" is now located in Brandon, Florida.Keirn helped train many wrestlers,
including Mike Awesome, Dennis Knight, Joe "Destiny" Clapp, Diamond Dallas Page, Dustin Rhodes and Tracy Smothers.
The school was incorporated into the WWE's developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling where Keirn was
President of the FCW and made regular appearances on FCW television. In 2013 FCW was discontinued after the opening
of the WWE Performance Center.
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Playboy Playmate and Actress, Cathy St. George!
Lovely, buxom and slender blonde model, actress and make-up artist Cathy St. George was born on August 23, 1954 in Norfolk,
Virginia. An Army brat, Cathy moved with her family to Los Angeles, California. St. George started out working for "Playboy"
as a make-up artist. Cathy was the Playmate of the Month in the August, 1982 issue of "Playboy." She posed with her sister
Toni for a pictorial in the April, 1985 issue of "Playboy." Moreover, St. George has appeared in a handful of "Playboy"
special edition publications and was featured in several "Playboy" videos. Cathy not only has acted in a few films and TV
shows, but also has modeled for various artists. In addition, she has worked as a make-up artist in print, film, and
television. Cathy owns a dog named Tallulah and makes regular appearances at assorted conventions held all over America.
Cathy St. George lives in New York City.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Singer and Daughter of musical icon BB King, Shirley King!
The daughter of the legendary B.B. King, vocalist Shirley King carried on the family tradition to become a favorite among Chicago's North Side blues club denizens. Born September 26, 1949 in West Memphis, Arkansas, she pursued a career as an exotic dancer before turning to the blues in 1991; a year later she and harpist Chicago Beau recorded her debut LP, Jump Through My Keyhole, a showcase for her husky wail.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor/Singer/Stand-Up Comedian/Composer/Production Designer, Kevin Farley!
Farley was born in Madison, Wisconsin, the son of Mary Anne (née Crosby), a homemaker, and Thomas Farley, who owned an oil
company, Scotch Oil. He is the younger brother of Chris Farley and older brother of actor John P. Farley. Like
his brother Chris, Kevin Farley attended and graduated from Marquette University.
Farley portrayed Doug Linus in the fictional boy band 2ge+her. He has appeared alongside many of Chris Farley's Saturday
Night Live castmates, such as David Spade and Adam Sandler. He was credited in Tommy Boy and Black Sheep as Bouncer, then
in Beverly Hills Ninja as Police. He also appeared in The Waterboy and in Dirty Work as an employee of a cinema. He played
a cop in the 2001 film Joe Dirt starring David Spade. In 2005, Farley appeared in the Lifehouse video for the band's single
"Blind". He portrayed a neglectful father who brings different women home, where he lives with his daughter, played by
Tina Majorino. Farley appeared on the HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm as an exterminator in the episode "The Rat Dog".
Farley was also in a Dairy Queen commercial advertising the Kit Kat Blizzard, commercials for Hertz Rent-A-Car, and
portrayed Felix the limo driver on Disney's That's So Raven. He also starred in the parody movie An American Carol with
Kelsey Grammer and Jon Voight in 2008. Farley appeared on The View (September 30, 2008) to promote the movie.
In 2007, Farley was featured in the web serial Two Guys Drinking at a Bar.
Farley appeared at the 2008 Republican National Convention, and during an interview with 97.1 FM Talk's Jamie Allman he
identified his politics as mostly conservative.
Farley appeared as the kidnapped beer truck driver in the 2010 music video for "This Afternoon" by Nickelback.
In May 2010, Farley appeared as a guest on Tom Green's House Tonight where he performed a section of his new stand-up
routine. Farley directed the film Hollywood & Wine, which was released in 2011.
On May 9, 2013, Farley was a featured guest for Sirius/XM radio on the Jason Ellis Show.
In 2013, Paranormal Movie, a spoof film of Paranormal Activity, was released. Farley directed and also co-stars in the film
alongside Carly Craig, Nicky Whelan, William Katt, Tom Sizemore, Maria Menounos, his brother John P. Farley, Kevin Sorbo,
Quinton Aaron, Deep Roy, and Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts. The same year, he also starred in an episode of Rules of
In 2015, Farley appeared in the documentary I Am Chris Farley alongside his brother John and many other stars such as Adam
Sandler and Dan Aykroyd which documented the life of his brother Chris Farley. He also filmed independent film Crowning
Jules in South Bend, Indiana. In 2015, Farley, along with Jaleel White & Pauly Shore, have appeared on the series
Hawaii Five-0 in the Season 5 episode "Hoʻamoano" "Chasing Yesterday" on April 24, 2015.
In 2016, he made a guest appearance as 'Turkey' in the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia episode "The Gang Hits the Slopes.
" He also made a guest appearance as the NRA card-carrying, gun-toting protester, 'Eric,' in the Superstore episode, "Guns,
Pills and Birds". In 2017 Farley appeared in the Rascal Flatts music video as Earl, for their new song "Yours If You Want
It" alongside Kristy Swanson
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actor/Producer/Casting Director, Joseph D'Agosta!
Joseph "Joe" D'Agosta was the casting director of Star Trek: The Original Series during its entire three-season run,
starting with the first pilot, "The Cage". He was also the casting director of Mission: Impossible, The Lucy Show and
Mannix at the same time, which were all produced by Desilu. D'Agosta started out as an actor, but very soon turned to
casting. D'Agosta worked as assistant casting director on Gene Roddenberry's series, The Lieutenant, which starred Gary
Lockwood. However, after the controversial episode To Set It Right (guest starring Nichelle Nichols and Don Marshall),
the US Navy withdrew its support from the series, and Roddenberry needed to hire extras from elsewhere. D'Agosta found a
quick and cheap solution for this, and was thus promoted to the show's main casting director.
After The Lieutenant was cancelled, D'Agosta was hired by Twentieth Century Fox for a motion picture, but he turned down
that offer, when Roddenberry contacted him to do the casting for his new science fiction project, Star Trek, feeling he
would benefit much better from constant employment on a series than a few weeks' paycheck at Fox.
During his career in casting, spanning more than four decades, D'Agosta worked on both television and film. His credits
include The Brady Bunch, and films such as Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986). D'Agosta is the husband of actress
Barbara Baldavin, whom he cast as Angela Martine in "Balance of Terror", "Shore Leave", and "Space Seed", and as Lisa in
"Turnabout Intruder". Sean Morgan, a regular bit player on Star Trek was a college friend of D'Agosta, which lead to him
being cast in smaller roles on the series. He was also a classmate of Ralph Maurer at acting school, and cast him in two
episodes of Star Trek.
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome longtime WWF/E Creative team member and manager, "Brother Love" Bruce Prichard!
Bruce Prichard is an American podcaster and professional wrestling booker, commentator, manager, and producer. He is currently signed to WWE, where he is currently working as the Executive Director of SmackDown. As a manager for the promotion, Prichard performed under the ring name Brother Love and served as the original manager of The Undertaker. During Prichard's run as Brother Love, he hosted his own segment, The Brother Love Show where he would usually support the heel wrestlers. After leaving WWE in 2008, Prichard served as the Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor and Radio Personality, Doug Barron!
Doug Barron is a Canadian Actor known for known for Poor Boy's Game (2007), Ice Castles (2010) and Reversible Errors (2004).
He has appeared on Trailer Park Boys playing Steve Rogers, a news reporter for Channel 10. As technical director, actor and
radio host, has been working with CBC radio since 1978. An experienced musician, he plays drums with the 'Barbeque Kings',
composes music for radio and TV commercials, and has released several CDs of his own music.
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor/Producer/Writer/Stuntman, Robert LaSardo!
LaSardo was born in Brooklyn, New York. He began his career studying at the High School of Performing Arts in New York City
where he became an honors student, before going on to the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. He spent four years in the U.S.
Navy. For two of those years, he handled Navy attack dogs in the Aleutian Islands. Due to his work in the army his supports
USA Cares, an organisation that supports families of soldiers.
LaSardo started his acting career in 1987 with the independent film China Girl by Abel Ferrara. After several smaller roles
he appeared in award winning TV series such as The X-Files, Nip/Tuck or CSI: Miami, most often playing the bad guy involved
in drug dealing or even being the leader of a drug gang. He also played in several movies portraying similar ruthless characters,
including blockbuster productions, such as Waterworld or The Mule with Clint Eastwood. In the last two decades he appeared often
in independent horror movies, such as in The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence), Autopsy or Parlor (film) where he plays an tatoo
artist in the lead role. LaSardo lives with his family at the West Coast in California and published several books including an
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actors John Mabry and Charley Rossman to the show for the Superbad Radio Reunion: 10 Years Later!
Superbad is a 2007 American coming-of-age teen comedy film directed by Greg Mottola and produced by Judd Apatow. The film stars Jonah Hill and Michael Cera as Seth and Evan, two teenagers about to graduate high school. Before graduating, the boys want to party and lose their virginity, but their plan proves harder than expected. Written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the script began development when they were 13 years old, and was loosely based on their experience in Grade 12 in Vancouver during the 1990s; the main characters have the same given names as the two writers. Rogen was also initially intended to play Seth, but due to age and physical size this was changed, and Hill went on to portray Seth, while Rogen portrayed the irresponsible Officer Michaels, opposite former Saturday Night Live star Bill Hader as Officer Slater.
Upon release, the film received postive reviews, with critics praising the dialogue and the chemistry between the two leads. The film also proved financially successful, grossing $169 million on a $20 million budget. Since the film's release, it has garnered acclaim as one of the best comedies of the 2000’s and as one of the best high school movies of all time.
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Mary Victoria Price (born April 27, 1962) is a public speaker and the author of the inspirational memoir, The Way of Being Lost: A Road Trip to My Truest Self and Vincent Price: A Daughter's Biography. She currently spends much of her time traveling and speaking about the life of her father, Vincent Price, as well as many inspirational self-development topics. Price has taught at the University of New Mexico, the New Mexico Highlands University, and the Philos School, an alternative arts-and-humanities school in Santa Fe. She has worked as an interior designer, and has appeared on HGTV and in many design publications. She is also an interfaith/interspiritual minister, having been ordained in 2016. She is an inspirational speaker, giving talks internationally creativity, spirituality, wellness, art and design, as well as on the life of her father and other topics. She is on the board of the Vincent Price Art Museum in California. She also appeared in the movie Edward Scissorhands, her father's last film, where she played a newscaster.
Horror author, Jeff Prebis, has returned to Night Moves Radio to speak about his latest books and projects he has been working on. Some of Prebis's publications include The Debacle, A Trip Down Psychopath Lane, Sexy People, and Man Without A Country. His stories have often known to be quite frightening, as they have made comments such as this: "Jeff Prebis reaches into your soul to find out what turns you on, and what scares you to death. You're welcome to take a walk on the wild side, but once you do, you may never return."
His work can be purchased on Amazon for print and Kindle.
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor Sean Rogerson to the show!
This interview was recorded LIVE at the 2016 Dark History and Horror Convention in Champaign, IL.
Sean Rogerson is a Canadian actor and former photomodel, known for his role as Lance Preston in the horror films, Grave Encounters and Grave Encounters 2. He's also appeared on "Supernatural" "Smallville" "Arrow" "12 Rounds 2:Reloaded" "The Dead Zone" and so much more!
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon dug up this treasured live interview from 2016's Dark History and Horror Con!
Formerly believed to be lost, this interview is being heard for the first time EVER on our airwaves!
Via his official website:
"A super rad New School artist that f***ing loves doing Cartoon tattoos. I had the privilege of being a competitor on Season Five of Spike TV’s Ink Master. It was one of the most terrifying experiences of my adult life, yet equally rewarding. I started an informal apprenticeship under my father at the age of 12, and by 16 I was tattooing professionally. Through all the unique experiences and lessons in my life, one thing has always come to the forefront: love fucking prevails. That’s why I’m always using LOVE as my #1 ingredient!"
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon had the honor of setting down today with Longtime CNN Sports Anchor, Larry Smith!
Larry and the host share a hometown, Mattoon, IL, and he was back in town to be inducted into Mattoon High School's Hall of Fame Society, a society which he helped spearhead, and sits on the committee. In this episode, he discusses his start in Mattoon, attending MHS and Eastern Illinois University, Interviewing Michael Phelps, Tiger Woods and others, CNN, future plans and so much more
The JIA Network has just let its most random goofiest show out of its cage- Where anything goes. It is packed with random stories, quotes, impersonations and jokes galore.... Tune in and have some fun with this new broadcast! Rated R ....not for little minds.
If you enjoy horror fiction, vampires and perhaps have picked up a novel featuring Sonja Blue, then tune into this episode where Josh and Ariana interview author, Nancy A. Collins. Be sure to check out her books on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Host Ariana herself has her book, "Sunglasses After Dark" in her Kindle library! Sonja has also written for comic books that include Swamp Thing, Jason Vs. Leatherface and Predator.
On this episode of Night Moves Radio, Ariana and Josh speak with fantasy author, Richard Lee Byers. He has written over 40 fantasy and horror novels, including many that were set in the Forgotten Realms Universe. All of Byers books can be found on Amazon.
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor/Director/Writer/Producer, Peter Elbling!
Mine was a happy childhood with a typical English upbringing: an estate in the country and a house in town, private school, my own manservant, etc., etc. However I was born with a restless spirit and at age 19 I gave it all up for the life of the traveling folksinger in Canada, which surprisingly had none at the time.
A year later, this same nervous energy caused me to drop folk singing and join Michel Choquette in a comedy duo we called The Times Square Two. For the next five years we appeared in coffee houses, night clubs, and concert halls, as well as such TV shows as The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, The Dean Martin Show, The Gold Diggers, The Johnny Carson Show, and The Kraft Music Hall -- and many more. After the demise of The Times Square Two I studied acting with the improvisational comedy troupes "The Committee" and "The Second City." For the next 20 years I appeared on stage in Shakespeare and on screen in Taxi, WKRP in Cincinnati, Laverne and Shirley, Rhoda, Phyllis, Shaft, and numerous cops and robbers shows. I also appeared in films, perhaps none more interesting than Phantom of the Paradise, in which I also sang and danced -- and choreographed.
Soon after, Garry Goodrow and I wrote a film called "Big Baby," which was bought by Disney and turned into Honey, I Blew up the Kid. I was now devoting so much time to writing that I gave up acting altogether. But, since I didn't know what I was doing I joined Jim Krusoe's writing workshop at Santa Monica City College
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes (Former) Child Actor, Gregory Moffett, Best known for his work in such films and TV shows as "Adventures of Superman" "Highway Patrol" "Two-Gun Lady" "Robot Monster" "The Donald O'Conner Show" "Let's Dance" "Saddle Tramp" and SO much more! JOIN US!
It was only natural that little, blue eyed, blond haired Gregory Moffett would carry on the show business tradition of his elders. Mom and dad Moffett had both worked as actors and older sister, Sharyn Moffett, was one of the busiest juvenile actors of the 1940s. Although Gregory’s career was never quite as fruitful as his sister’s, he did still manage an impressive resume with roles in the Fred Astaire/Betty Hutton musical Let’s Dance (1950), the Joel McCrea western Saddle Tramp (1950) and television shows like Fireside Theatre, Superman, and Highway Patrol. Despite racking up those high caliber credits, it is Gregory Moffett’s association with one low grade cheapo movie that stands out after all these years, "Robot Monster".
With Robot Monster’s rediscovery as one of cinema’s “worst,” the film has attained cult status, and while it is debatable as to whether it deserves its much maligned reputation, you won’t get any argument out of former child actor Gregory Moffett who celebrates the fact that he starred in one of the most widely mocked films of all time
Master Moffett retired from the screen when he reached his early teens, but has led a busy life since his child-star days, including competing as a professional bowler, serving time with Uncle Sam, and working for several years as a dealer in Las Vegas. He recently retired as the manager of a bowling center in central California.
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Former TNA Star, 3x NWA Tag Team Champion, As seen in WWE, The Natural Chase Stevens!
In high school, Chase Stevens was a Golden Gloves boxing champion. After attending a professional wrestling training
session, in order to watch a friend, Stevens decided to become a wrestler and joined the training school. After several
weeks, veteran wrestler Tracy Smothers took him under his wing and became his trainer and mentor. Stevens debuted in 1998 under a mask as "Glacius", losing to fellow trainee Johnny B. Dazzled. The Naturals began working for Jerry Lawler's Memphis Wrestling promotion in 2003, where they were renamed "The Alternative Express". The Alternative Express - a Gothic pair of rock fans who wore black clothing and recolored their hair and fingernails - were managed by The Goddess Athena.The Naturals were brought into TNA in late 2003, immediately beginning a lengthy feud with America's Most Wanted. In the course of the feud, they defeated America's Most Wanted for the NWA World Tag Team Championship on July 7, 2004. The Naturals successfully defended their titles against Triple X, but were eventually beaten by Chris Harris and Elix Skipper (one member of each team) on September 8, 2004. In 2005, The Naturals formed an alliance with Chris Candido, who also became their manager. On April 26, they defeated America's Most Wanted to become NWA World Tag Team Champions for a second time. The sudden death of Candido two days later led to a surge in popularity for The Naturals, eventually turning them into fan favorites. On June 19, 2005 at Slammiversary, The Naturals were assisted in a title defense against Team Canada by Jimmy Hart. They were managed by Hart throughout mid-2005, with their reign ending on the October 22 episode of TNA Impact!.
On this episode, tune in as Ariana and Josh interview a group of young talented musicians who make up this central Illinois band. The Kick. The have covered 90s groups such as Green Day and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. In the future, they hope to cover some songs from The Beatles. Check them out on Facebook under, " The Kick."
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes back Author and Editor-in-Chief at Rising Tide Publications, Brian K. Morris.
Brian K. Morris is a full-time indie publisher, hybrid author, "award-winning" playwright, occasional actor, and former morticians assistant. Never wanting to be "that guy who wrote just," he wanted to be that guy who wrote EVERYTHING. He's written ads for print TV, business plans, pre-burial arrangement contracts, website copy, small press comic books, short stories, pop culture articles, interviews, audio adventure scripts, newsletters, promotions, anything that sounded interesting.Brian has had his work published in magazines such as BACK ISSUE Magazine, Hogan's Alley, Knights of the Dinner Table, RetroFan Magazine, WHOtopia, The Jack Kirby Collector, and many other magazines in varying degrees of obscurity.
In addition, his work has been seen in The Krypton Companion and short stories in the following anthologies With Great Power, Malicious Mysteries, Metahumans Vs. The Ultimate Evil, and Quest For the Space Gods. While working on new novels, Brian is writing comic book scripts for his friends at BiMor Comics, Silver Phoenix Enterprises, PWhack Comics, and his own Rising Tide imprint.
In 2018, Brian released The Haunting Tales of Spencer Spook #1. A Skyman comic or two are in the works as well as a Spencer Spook sequel. Because he doesn't have enough to do, he have two vlogs on my Facebook page: NEVERMIND THE FURTHERMORE and CLEVER TITLE PENDING. In addition, Brian give seminars on storytelling, motivation, self-publishing, and comics history at conventions, libraries, and for private groups.
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actress Briana Denski to the show!
Brianna is the leading voice in Paramount's animated feature film WONDER PARK, has done commercials for Lysol and Nickelodeon, portrayed Jackie Durham in the Lifetime movie WISHIN' AND HOPIN'. been seen on the TV series MOMSTERS and has done a variety of musical theater.
Brianna was born with a love for entertaining. Her favorite movies as a baby were the musical CATS and Disney's FANTASIA. Her first on stage experience was as an Angel in the Nutcracker Suite where she continued to perform for many years as a Soldier, Clown and Little Marie. Her dancing career came to an end when she was given the lead role in ANNIE, Jr. and a scheduling conflict occurred. It was a tough decision for a 9 year old girl to make, but it was what launched her into her current acting path.
After performing as Annie and the role of Tammy Mara in MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, her director and school principal drove her to New York City to audition for the Broadway musical Annie. Although she did not receive a part, it opened the door to future trips into the city. She soon met her manager and was off and running to auditions with big dreams in her heart and then was diagnosed with nodules on her vocal chords.
She was instructed not to sing for a year, which was very difficult for Brianna, and put her in a more solemn mood. However, she continued to go on acting auditions with her deep, husky voice. In November 2014, she auditioned for the lead in the Paramount animated feature film WONDER PARK, and because of her unique. mature, husky voice, she landed the leading role. JOIN us for this WONDERFUL guest!
What happens when a young girl who has seemed to lost her memory, finds out who she is - after seeing a peculiar headstone? Listen to this poem, "Not Forgotten," written and recited by poet, Ariana R Cherry.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor David Lipper back to the show!
David grew up in Montreal and moved to Los Angeles immediately after completing his BFA in Musical Theater from Emerson College in Boston. It didn't take long for one time head of Warner Brothers Television (now head of CBS), Leslie Moonvees, to recognize Lipper's ability for comedy. Lipper was quickly given the starring role in the Kaufman/Bright/Crane pilot, Reality Check, playing opposite a young Tiffany Thiessen, Giovani Ribisi, and 2 time Oscar winner, Hillary Swank. The other pilot Kaufman/Bright /Crane made that year was the mega hit Friends. When Reality Check didn't go, Moonvees put Lipper on the Warner Brothers hit show, Full House, where he played D.J.'s boyfriend, Viper, for that final season. Lipper also got to showcase his musical theater roots, by playing in the show's band, with John Stamos, and even playing live his own original music on the show.
Eager to go against type and show his range, Lipper soon after played the rapist Jace in the hit NBC movie, She Fought Alone. Lipper has bounced around between playing hero and villain in both comedy and drama ever since. In 2017 Lipper played the villain known as the Nightingale Killer on the CW show, Frequency, but then played the hero in the 2018 Amazon/Vision Films release, The Unwilling. Lipper stars as the hard nosed Detective Carter opposite Kevin Mcnally, Claire Holt and Clifton Collins Jr in the highly anticipated feature, Painted Beauty, due in 2019. Lipper currently has 3 other films slated to shoot in 2019 so stay tuned for more!
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Author and Survivor of the 1993 Waco Siege at Mt. Carmel (Home of David Koresh's Branch Davidian religious organization) David Thibodeau!
David will be one of the MANY wonderful guests at the 2019 Dark History and Horror Con, October 26th and 27th at The City Centre in Champaign, IL! Visit www.dhhcon.com for ticket and up to date guest information!
David Thibodeau was a drummer living in Los Angeles back in the ’90s after graduating from music school. His career was not going great. One day, he went to Guitar Center where he met Steven Schneider and David Koresh. They were looking at a drum set and asked Thibodeau to play it.
They eventually started playing music and spending time together. This is how he ended up joining David Koresh’s cult. Thibodeau documented his experience in the book, Waco: A Survivor’s Story. He lost his wife, Michele and their daughter, Serenity in the raid.
Talking about the book, Thibodeau said, “Writing the book was my therapy. I had to tell the story.”
*"This episode is dedicated to the memory of my dear friend, Jeff Upton, a loyal listener and brother. You will be missed."
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor/Director/Producer, Marty Schiff!
Marty has done it all, including co-starring, performing stunts and working on the crews of George A. Romero films (Dawn of the Dead, Creepshow, Knightriders), starring in the Nickelodeon hit kids variety show Out of Control, appearing on iconic shows like Knight Rider, Sledge Hammer!, Stingray, Dallas and many more. He is also a filmmaker and a film school professor.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Professional Wrestler, "The Man Under Par" Dale Springs!
A Louisiana based Professional Wrestler who has mixed two of the best sports in history, Professional Wrestling and Golf, to make one killer personality! This Louisiana based wrestler has easily the best golf gimmick in wrestling (Yes, better than Kerwin White) and he's making his way to Cloverleaf Radio to discuss his career! JOIN US!
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Multi-Award Winning Author, Amy Hale!
Since childhood, best-selling and award-winning author Amy Hale has been creating exceptional stories that summon a whirlwind of emotions and inspiration unto the reader. She loves creating characters and worlds from nothing but her imagination and a few glasses of wine. Her popular paranormal series The Shadows Trilogy has earned multiple awards, as have the Havenwood Falls books, of which she is a participating author. Her love of the written word has not only resulted in her writing some of her reader’s favorite adventures, but has also manifested itself in the form of some seriously overloaded bookshelves. She’s convinced it’s not a sickness.
She debuted her first fiction novel in 2015 after retiring from 13 years of non-fiction writing for various online entities. For the last couple of decades, she’s also carried the titles of Laundry Goddess, Chef, Butt Wiper, Soother of Temper Tantrums, and in more recent years, Moderator of Sarcastic Eye-rolls and Sass. She resides in Illinois with her husband and
two grown children who claim they are never moving out. Regardless, they are the center of her universe, although her cat believes otherwise.
If she had any spare time, she’d love music, photography, watching Mystery Science Theater 3000 with her family, and long rides on the back of her husband’s motorcycle.
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Ari Lehman is an American performing artist, composer, and actor. He is known for having played the first Jason Voorhees as a child in the Paramount horror film Friday the 13th. Lehman currently performs in a punk rock/heavy metal band, First Jason
W.F. Bell is an American film and television actor, as well as a 20-year Air Force Veteran. Bell began his acting career in extreme temperatures in the valleys of Santa Clarita, California working on Rob Zombie's 31. In the film, Bell worked closely with amazing talent and learned valuable acting and stunt techniques that he will take with him throughout his career. Some of his other work includes the biopic of Tupac Shakur, "All Eyez on Me", and an independent film titled "Strange Tales from Appalachia", in which he played the role of Peter Barret. The film was presented with the "Best Feature Award" at the Mad Monster Film Festival in Charlotte, NC. He also has two other independent films in post-production, "Night to Day", and "Blood is My Fate", both expected to be released later this year. He has also made appearances in MacGyver, The Vampire Diaries, Outcast, Ozark, and several other Atlanta-based productions. He is most notably recognized for his role as a recurring Savior on AMC's The Walking Dead, where he just recently finished working on season 9 in Senoia, Georgia. Ever looking for interesting projects, he's working on developing independent films based on his own short stories and learning electric guitar. Additionally, he is pursuing SAG-AFTRA accreditation.
Hosts Josh and Ariana talk with authors Emily Hockaday and Jackie Sherbow about their new horror book, "Terror at the Cross Roads." Magazine writers during the day and horror/mystery writers by night - these ladies gathered some previously published stories and authors from the dusty spooky archives that beautifully came together to create, "Terror at the Cross Roads." They even use some "retro-technology," to create their special collection... A fun interview with some obviously talented writers!
Author Rey Clark has more than just the story-writing process on her mind when it comes to creating and publishing her books- she thinks more about the business and finance side...Which is something that sets her apart from other writers. On her author website, she even has a couple budgeting worksheets that could be helpful to other authors! ( https://reyclark.com/ ). Rey discusses the good things about being self published and how she came up with her pen name... Overall, hosts Josh and Ariana had a great time speaking with this intelligent and friendly science fiction and fantasy author. Tune in and perhaps her advice could help you as a writer!
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On this episode of Night Moves Radio, host Ariana R Cherry speaks with Poet, Kashiana Singh. Kashiana is originally from India but has been living in Chicago the last few years. She recently published a collection of poems titled, "Shelling Peanuts and Stringing Words." Kashiana has also given a Ted Talk which was a discussion dedicated to Work as Worship. She was a very delightful and wise guest on our show. Be sure to stay tuned to listen to her poetry reading following the interview segment.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Professional Wrestler, As seen in WWE, Dewey Murray! JOIN US!
From his Twitter: He's the real mutha trucker of wrestling..Standing 6'2 268 lbs, with 15 years of experience ruling the roads. Only independent wrestler to be in People's magazine.
Trever Bierschbach has been writing poetry and short stories for years, and has been published in local periodicals. He is the author of "Embers of Liberty," and "When Heroes Rise," which both can be purchased on Amazon. Trever, Josh and Ariana shared great conversations about character building, creating fantasy worlds, and how authors shouldn't look at each other as competition. This is a great show with a lot of useful information for any authors or readers out there!
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes the return of Actor Andrew Gillies!
Andrew Gillies is an actor best known for portraying Rolland Strachan in the TV series Flashpoint. He has performed in over 37 television shows and 27 movies.
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Philip Cathalson is an author,screenwriter and game designer. He is most known for his strong female lead character, Grace Flynn who is changing people's lives once they have walked into her world. The book series with Grace Flynn has begun helping inspire young woman's lives who are as young as 13. This special character has become the center of many opportunities for Philip Cathalson - and there is so much more in store. Listen in as hosts Josh and Ariana speak about this very special lead character and all of the projects that Author Cathalson has in the works.
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In this episode, Ariana and Josh speak with author, Erin Casey, who is the author of the Purple Door District - a science-fiction/fantasy novel. It is the first of series that she is working on. The three discuss her book, some of her author influences, character development, publishing and a bit about marketing as well. Erin was a delight to interview and we believe you will enjoy this interview! Thanks for listening!
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Author Mike Fiorito is an Associate Editor for Mad Swirl Magazine and the author of his book, "Call Me Guido." Listen in as Josh, Ariana & Mike discuss his books and ponder if poetry should rhyme or not. They even discuss quaint charming towns that somehow still find a way to come together even when the cultures live as if they are from completely different centuries. You can find Fiorito's work on Amazon.com.
Cloverleaf Radio Presents: Actor/Comedian Eric Edwards "Sgt. Bilko"!
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor/Comedian/Producer/Director, Eric Edwards!
Eric Edwards has gained recognition on the big screen and on television, in live theater, and on the stand-up comedy circuit, working non-stop in all four mediums. In fact, in one year, Eric co-starred in two feature films, one television movie, and an original one-man show, all while simultaneously continuing as an active member and teacher of the prominent Los Angeles-based repertory group, Playhouse West. Eric produced, co-wrote, and co-starred in Fatman and Mr. Taco which was awarded Best Feature Film at the 11th annual East L.A. Chicano/Chicana Film Festival.
Eric has entertained audiences on the big screen as well. Eric received critical acclaim for his portrayal of the lovable misfit, "Doberman," in Universal's Sgt. Bilko, starring Steve Martin. He first received recognition as "Murph," the bully who gets taped to the chalkboard in Problem Child 2, as the Clampett's country cousin in The Beverly Hillbillies, and as Spanky's father in Universal's The Little Rascals. In New Line Cinema's National Lampoon's Senior Trip, Eric portrayed "Miosky" opposite Jeremy Renner (academy award nominee actor of the Hurt Locker) in the comedy about the politically incorrect misadventures of a pack of high school slackers who get a lesson in civics when they take a road trip to Washington D.C. He played "Pearl" in the Wesley Snipes blockbuster hit Blade (New Line). JOIN US!
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actress Christine Barger, Best known for her work in such films as "American Pie: Beta House" "Along Came Polly" and "Made of Honor"! JOIN US!
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes the Actress Terry Bolo!
Terry Bolo is originally from Detroit, Michigan, spent some formative years in Scottsdale, Arizona, and as a young teen, moved to Hollywood, California.
She was a student at the Strasberg Institute in the early 70s and became one of the original founding members of the improv comedy troupe, The Groundlings.
After 5 years of performing with the group, she went on to other theater and film projects (including a student in "Carrie", a party girl in "Big Wednesday", a passenger in "Airplane 2", and a biker chick in "Pee Wee's Big Adventure", to name just a few), including a stint as a casting assistant at Warner Brothers.
She became a stand-in, first for children, and then worked with actresses Julia Duffy, and Roseanne Barr. On "Rosanne", she also worked as a dialogue coach. She has taught improv classes, and coached actors.
Besides film and TV work, Terry is also a Hollywood tour guide. And she appears in the award-winning documentary "Strictly Background" which centers on Hollywood extras/background artists. JOIN US!
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Former WWF Superstar Duke The Dumpster Droese!
Michael David Droese is an American retired professional wrestler and special education teacher. He is best known for his appearances with the World Wrestling Federation between 1994 and 1996 under the ring name Duke "The Dumpster" Droese.
From the garbage heaps of Mt. Trashmore, Florida to the rings of WWE, the burly rubbish collector known as Duke "The Dumpster" Droese was one of the few Superstars who literally talked trash.
Starting his career in the Florida independent circuit in the early '90s, Droese debuted with WWE in 1994 and immediately began to butt heads with Jerry "The King" Lawler. The rivalry between these two men earned a small place in WWE history when Lawler struck "The Dumpster" in the head with his own garbage can. Considered to be one of the first occurrences of hardcore ring action on Monday Night Raw, the act was so shocking that "The King" was forced to apologize for demonstrating such brutal aggression on television.
"The Dumpster's" other notable rivalry of the era was against a young Triple H. Again, Droese would achieve another interesting distinction when he dealt Triple H his first loss in WWE. This victory earned the trash man the No. 30 spot in the 1996 Royal Rumble match. While Duke failed to win the bout, he racked up a few more victories over Triple H in the coming months. JOIN US!
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On this special episode, Night Moves Radio takes a visit to the vault to retrieve an episode from its archives. Co-host Josh Annis, went solo on this particular episode to discuss the phenomena he's encountered that leads him to believe that this reality is not all what it seems to be. He delved into the probability of the existence of a multiverse, inter-dimensional existences, quantum jumping, changing your reality, and an overall message of hope that love surrounds and binds everything in reality and multiple realities as we know it.
Our co-host, Josh Annis gets a chance to interview one of his favorite heavy metal singers, Sean Peck. Despite his small bit of nervousness, the interview went great and they spoke a great deal about music. If you are a fan like Josh, then you will be rockin' this interview too!
**Please note this particular episode is rated PG 13 unlike our usual PG for explicit language. (That means a little ones need their ear muffs or perhaps they shouldn't tune into this one) **
Author Steven Shrewsbury is the author of horror, historical fantasy, extreme horror and also horror-western. Over 360 of his short stories has been in print or online. He has also written over 100 poems. Tune in to hear an enticing interview as he speaks with our co-host, Josh.
Russell Jackson is a writer, illustrator and fan of metal music. He loves weird literature and visual story-telling. On this episode, he discusses Crawling Chaos and touches on the topic of sparkling vampires with hosts, Ariana R. Cherry and Josh Annis.
Do you have anxiety? Do you get nervous talking to people and worry about their reactions? Do you worry people are looking at you or that you don't have on the wrong outfit? Do you play out what COULD happen in situations? If you deal with anxiety - then this reading is for you...
Tune in to another show of Night Moves Radio! This episode features our co-host, Josh Annis as he interviews musician, Rob Lowe of Candlemass, Solitude Aeturnus, Concept of God . Listen as they talk about bands, writing music...and even a bit about horses! You never know what will come during these interviews! And at the end of this interview, tune into the song, "Psalms for the Dead."
Do you ever take a moment to think about life and why we are here? And perhaps what it is all for? Sometimes, we should look at the bigger picture and think about our life's true meaning and what it is we should do while we are here. The poem "Contemplating Life" was written and read by poet, Ariana R Cherry.
Have you ever had a lot of commotion in your mind? Are you ever afraid someone might see what you are thinking - by either looking into your eyes - or seeing your expression? .... Sometimes we fear others finding out our deepest thoughts, so we avoid their gaze....
Tune into a poetry reading by author and host of Night Moves Radio, Ariana R Cherry as she reads her original poem, "Stories in my Head."
Hosts, Josh and Ariana speak with D.C. Claymore about his series, "Children of Enoch," and also learn about his inspirations and how he began his journey into writing. Claymore also offers advice for new writers who are just beginning.
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor and Comedian Allan "G-Man" Gitlin!
Mr. Gitlin is armed with a sharp tongue and a quick wit. He has been known to strike without warning!
Allan Gitlin....The Jack Of All Comedy and Trades he is Charismatic, crazy, creative, daring, dastardly, hilarious, hyper, hysterical and of course zany!
It's another trip to Tinseltown once more, as The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon (sadly absent Jane Park Smith) welcomes Actor Sandy Helberg, Best known for his work on such TV shows and movies as "High Anxiety" "Spaceballs" "History of the World" "The Hollywood Knights" "Up The Creek" "Newhart" "Trapper John MD" "MASH" "Married with Children" "Days of our Lives" "The Love Boat" and SO much more! JOIN US!
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes the return of Actor Ron Thompson to the show!
In 1945 the Thompson family left Louisville and relocated to Miami Flordia where Ron spent his formative years. At age 19, with $200 in his pocket, he headed to New York to pursue an acting career and within two years was performing in a live television drama on the Armstrong Circle Theater, opposite Robert Duvall. His credits include "American Pop" "American Me" "Cagney and Lacey" a recurring role on "Baretta" starring Robert Blake, "The Waltons" "The Greatest American Hero" "Quincy M.E." "Cargo" "Last Days of Coney Island" and SO much more! JOIN us!
Soul Stories host, Ariana R Cherry, interviews author Lacye Lembcke - who is the author of her latest book, "Nightmare Oasis." Lembcke not just touches on those "spooky fears," that we know about - but the fears that we face in reality... Such as drug addiction - and the fear of a parent's child disappearing... Be sure to check out her book, "Nightmare Oasis" on Amazon.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes, making his return to the show, AJ Benza!
Mention the names 2-Pac Shakur, Harvey Weinstein,Howard Stern or even President Donald Trump and AJ Benza has a story meeting or working with these huge names (and numerous others) in the entertainment industry!
AJ was a Gossip Columnist in the 1990s in New York City, before moving to Los Angeles and becoming the host of the now cult classic, Mysteries and Scandals (on E!) He furthered his career by acting in films opposite the like of Steve Guttenburg and Sylvester Stallone, hosting "Case Closed with AJ Benza", writing 2 books (Fame is a Bitch" and "74 and Sunny") and now hosting his own Podcast, the very popular "Fame is a Bitch!". He also recently has made multiple appearances on "The Church of What's Happening Now", a popular comedy podcast hosted by Actor Joey Coco Diaz. JOIN US as we talk Murder, Mystery, Scandal, and Hollywood Headlines with "The Forrest Gump of the Entertainment Scandal World" AJ Benza!
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes SFX Legend, Steve Johnson!
Steve has created (and helped create) some of the most well known characters on screen!
SFX work in film and TV is constantly growing in the age of the computer. The technology at our tips is far better
now than it ever has been, but Steve Johnson started before the time of computer effects, and worked with his hands,
his mind, and some fellow creature creators, to create some of the most well remembered, and forever loved, characters
From "Onionhead" (later Slimer) for the ORIGINAL Ghostbusters, to Sil in "Species", Julie Walker in "Night of the Living Dead III", Robin Williams robotic works for "Bicentennial Man", and characters for "I Am Legend" "Eraser" "Charlie's Angels" "Dead Heat"
"The Cat in the Hat" "Blade II" and, he even worked on the un-finished Nicholas Cage Superman film and the 1999 un-finished Hulk film! JOIN US as we welcome The Monster Maker to Cloverleaf Radio!
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Gothic Magician Vlad, has been entertaining audiences for over 30 years. He has created his own type of magic genre - often saying his shows are like watching Stephen King, live.... His type of Gothic magic stems from more of the classic horror... Tune in to learn more about Vlad and his craft...
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Listen in as we speak with the dark and sticky Gothic Illusionist and actor, Ron Fitzgerald....A show full of dark creepy fun, ghostly tech issues and a rant of Halloween / Christmas insanity!
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Tune in to the latest episode of Night Moves Radio as hosts, Josh & Ariana interview, Vince Wilson - who has over two decades of experience in his industry... Be sure to check out h is Magic and Murder Mysteries at: http://magicandmurder.com/vince-wilson/ .
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Victory Born Cosplay to the show!
Although newer to Cosplaying at Conventions, Victory Born Cosplay has built a steady following of fans who love, adore, and even get scared of her numerous cosplay characters! A few conventions she has done lately are Cil-Con, Spook Show Con, Art in Equality, and upcoming this year, appearing at the 2018 Dark History and Horror Con, Nov. 16th, 17th, and 18th at The Garden Hotel in Urbana, IL! For more information on headlining guests, vendors, panels, cosplaying contests and SO much more, visit www.dhhcon.com or visit Dark History and Horror Con on Facebook! JOIN US for this WONDERFUL interview!
Hosts of Night Moves Radio, Josh and Ariana welcome back their favorite author friend, Brian K Morris- one of the most famous authors in all of Indiana! Listen to his newest projects, upcoming appearances and writing advice. It is a blast as always!
We all have dreams. Some of them seem more real than others. But why do we dream? Is there underlying meaning to them? Are they a connection to somewhere else? Or is it all just scientific? .... What is the purpose of dreams.... Why - did God create us as human beings to have dreams?...Back in biblical days, many spoke on dreams and were given messages.... We all know about Joseph and his ability to interpret dreams....
In this episode...we will ponder dreams.. and perhaps what they mean....
Forgiveness can be quite hard. There’s times when it can be simple, but there are times when it can be complex….and even frustrating. But – in order to move forward – it is something that we need to do… or we find ourselves in limbo, continuously looking back at the past…. instead of marching on…. Sometimes, without forgiveness – that door that has been put in front of us – will remain locked, until our heart can find forgiveness…and when we find forgiveness- we can heal.
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor/Director/Animator, Harry Chaskin,
Best known for his work in such TV shows and Movies as "Hellboy: The Troll Witch" Denny's "The Grand Slams" "Robot Chicken" "Buddy Thunderstruck" "WWE Slam City" "MAD" "Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special" and SO much more!
Producer, Actor, Director, Animator are just a few of the things Harry Chaskin is known for, JOIN US as we see what else he has in his wonderful mind! From Robot Chicken to WWE Slam City, Playing a Sausage and Playing Hellboy, nothing is out his range for acting!
On this episode of Soul Stories, we speak with Poet, Hannah Rousselot. After losing her first love six years ago, she needed to find a way to deal with her grief... In writing poetry, she learned to feel again.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes two wonderful guests for the Murder and Mayhem Double Header!
First, We welcome Actress Jon Mack, Returning to the show, She is best known for her work on "Saw VI" "Playing for Keeps" "The Amityville Murders" "Blunt Force Trauma" "Straight A's" and SO much more!
Following her will be Andrew Dodge, Host of the True Crimes Podcast and owner of True Crimes Auction House, who will be one of the many wonderful guests at this years DARK HISTORY CON in URBANA, IL. THIS NOVEMBER!
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“A Normal Kind of Love” is a special program depicting the journey through the darkness back into the light told through poetry and storytelling.
“A Normal Kind of Love” touches on a true story of domestic abuse and what it can do to us both emotionally and physically...
Tune into each episode to hear more of a very personal story... .We hope that this story can help others who have been in a domestic abuse and violence situations.
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes (Former) Voiceover Actor and current sound designer for regional theater, Bart Fasbender!
In the 1990s, MTV was one of the biggest networks in television history. Their cartoons themed towards adults, including Beavis and Butt-Head, Aeon Flux, and of course, Daria, were the sensation of the day.
Bart Fasbender voiced Andrew Landon on the show. He joins us for an exclusive interview! Bart is currently working in regional theater, doing sound design, and has worked with some wonderful directors, including David Schwimmer and James Franco!
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Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Digital 3-D Artist for Film and Television, Jessica Von Medicus!
Growing up in "small town" Central Illinois, Jessica moved on to bigger things.
She is a former employee of Nickolodeon (Digital Artist--Lead Lighting and Compositing) and, has worked on some of it's most known shows and movies, including "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" "Spongebob Squarepants" "Paw Patrol" and "Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie" among many others!
She currently owns her own Photography business, Von Medicus Photography with her husband, and resides in Los Angeles, California.
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Night Moves Radio returns with its guest and friend, Matt Stoyanoff. Matt Stoyanoff is the lead singer of Progressive Metal Band, Fire. They have just released their second album, "The Two Keys." Be sure to stay tuned after the interview to listen to his song, "The One Who Sleeps," from FIRE.
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Soul Stories is a new series that will feature poets sharing their inspiration and poetry... Learn about poets and what inspires them to write.
In today's episode, host & author, Ariana R Cherry, will speak with poet, Linda Crate. She is a Pennsylvanian native born in Pittsburgh yet raised in the rural town of Conneautville. Her poetry, short stories, articles, and reviews have been published in a myriad of magazines both online and in print. Linda has five published chapbooks A Mermaid Crashing Into Dawn (Fowlpox Press - June 2013), Less Than A Man (The Camel Saloon - January 2014), If Tomorrow Never Comes (Scars Publications, August 2016), My Wings Were Made to Fly (September 2017, Flutter Press), and Splintered With Terror (Scars Publications, January 2018).
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Night Moves Radio hosts, Josh & Ariana interview Young Adult Christian author, Chris Weigand. One of her favorite authors she has favored is C.S. Lewis...
She is the author of The Palace of Twelve Pillars: "A place where angels and dragons muse, where princes and princesses find themselves. A place for God to share His word."
Tune in to hear more about Chris! The beginning of the show was a little bumpy with some technical issues, but they got worked out to continue the interview!
Joe Bonadonna is the author of many types of genres that include Heroic Fantasy, Space Opera, Sword & Planet Sci-Fi, Sword and Sorcery Fantasy, Horror, and children's books. MAD SHADOWS: THE WEIRD TALES OF DORGO THE DOWSER, was Bonadonna's first novel and THREE AGAINST THE STARS, was his second novel. He also has a children's book about Autism titled, "My Name Is Max and I Have Autism: An Insight into the Autistic Mind," which he wrote with Max Miller. Bonadonna has authored several books as well as co-authored and edited on a few others...
Tune in to listen to hosts Josh and Ariana speak about his writing, what inspires him and any possible future endeavors.
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Airdate: July 26, 2018
Hosts, Josh & Ariana speak with Gillian Lange - a cosplayer in their local area. Gillian is a former co-worker of Josh's who is a cosplayer. Her hometown is Sullivan, Illinois, but she now resides in Champaign, Illinois where she had attended the Champaign University of Illinois.
Tune in to learn about cosplay and why Gillian does it - and perhaps why other cosplayers have become fond of it. We often see cosplayers at conventions and other comic book/paranormal/video-gaming events... Just what is it - that makes cosplay special. Learn to understand their world...
Listen in on Thursday, July 26 at 7:00 pm Central/ 8:00 pm Eastern.
Zuri Alexander is both an independent actress and film writer. Her short film, "Quiet Denial" speaks about racism and inequality. The film speaks volumes and spreads a message that everyone should hear.... Alexander wrote this film from her own real life experiences....
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The hosts of Night Moves Radio will be speaking with Tom Brown, the lead guitarist and song writer of the band, Pensive Fear. Brown is also the owner/president of Scarifide Records. His motto is "Be yourself & have fun. & You're only as good as people think you are? Enjoy life..."
While Tom indeed loves his music, he does love his family - he has a beautiful wife, 3 boys, one girl, one grandaughter and one grandson....
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Meet Tabitha Baumander - novelist, screenwriter and playwright! Some months ago, she submitted a novel to Ariana & Josh's small publishing press, "Cherry House Press." Her story, talent for writing and imagination blew them away. Josh knew right away, he wanted Cherry House Press to publish Tabitha.
Baumander lives in Canada and spends time with aliens, monsters and fairies...She also is the mother of twins who are now adults. With her children grown, she has found more time to write and create her worlds.
Some of her previous books include, The Power and the Blood, All That Remains and Fish Tales 1. Coming soon this summer, Cherry House Press will be publishing her newest novel, "In the Name of the Mother."
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Brian K Morris, author and Editor-in-Chief at Rising Tide Publications is back again on Night Moves Radio! Brian is one of Josh and Ariana's good friends, mentors and convention buddies! They all first met at Cil-Con - and from there, they all realized they shared the love of writing!...
Josh recently read Brian's book, "Skyman," which he will be speaking to Brian about. The hosts will also speak with Brian about any current projects, upcoming conventions he plans to be at, and share any bantor that happens to inspire them for the evening.
Listen in as these three "gab" the night away and ride the tide of their writing journey...
Poet, Ariana R Cherry brings you readings from a couple of her poems, "October Awakens," and "Bring Back the Night." Allow her poetry to enter your mind and take you to a different place...perhaps somewhere unvisited and unknown...
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Author Joshua Palmatier has enjoyed writing science fiction ever since 8th grade when his teacher assigned his class to write a one page "Twilight Zone-ish" story... Although he moved around quite a bit as a child since his father was in the military, he didn' let that stop him from following his dreams....
He's lived in the states of Pennsylvania (three times), Florida (twice), Washington, California (briefly), Virginia, Texas (twice), and now resides in upstate New York. He has spent the majority of his life so far going to school, earning a Bachelors of Science and a Master of Arts degree in mathematics from the Pennsylvania State University, followed by a PhD in mathematics from Binghamton University. He is currently teaching mathematics at the State University of New York Oneonta.
When Palmatier isn't busy crunching numbers and teaching mathematics, he focuses on his novels such as the Ley Series, the Well Series and The Throne of Amenkor.
He's back!... Illinois's comical and and bizarro splatterpunk's author, Austin Malcome! Malcome has been on our show in the past and has asked for a return - because he just can't get enough of Night Moves Radio! ... You may enjoy his juvenile and largely scatological sense of humor. Austin has some very interesting things to speak about and can also be quite wise with his craft as well. He has been known to wear a bath robe to the Art in Equality Festival this past April even! Come see what he might be wearing or which books he will be promoting at the 2018 Indie Art Con coming up in July in Savoy, IL ! But before that - tune into Night Moves Radio as he joins the table with Josh and Ariana.
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Night Moves Radio (part of the R.I.F.T. Network) airs every Thursday night at 7:00 pm Central/ 8:00 pm Eastern. On this episode, hosts Joshua Annis and Ariana R Cherry speak with sword and sorcery author, Steve Dilks from the U .K. Tune in to find out about this author and the fantasy realm.
Hosts of Night Moves Radio, Josh & Ariana welcome their listeners to Darkwood to meet, author, Kaiya Hart.
Kaiya is an author who has been writing for close to 20 years. Josh and Ariana met Kaiya at their new writing club that they started in 2017, which is known as "The Central Illinois Fantasy, Horror and Science Fiction writing club. Kaiya is an avid writer - who (if you are lucky), you might see her lurking out in the cornfields- but then again - she may just be looking for inspiration - like so many of us do here in the flat lands of Illinois.
Please note: These two usually host on Blog Talk Radio but the servers are down and they turned to this new podcast host, called "Anchor," as their back-up plan. This was the first time operating wit anchor with a longer show...
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We are here to tell you a story...What inspires you? where do our stories come from? What is our goal? Author Ariana R Cherry tries to answer those questions. Along with those answers, she presents a poetry reading too.