Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Show Notes 11 May 2010

Tonight on the broadcast, we featured a great new song by Songwriter, Vicky Jones. Vicky appeared on Behind The Mike last year and featured some of her tracks. She was then featured again on a special WBTM Indie Music Show and her music can be heard on WBTM Radio and Reality 1 Radio. Tonight we played her hot new song "Mistaken". Check out her link below to hear more of her music.

We then spoke to North Carolina politician, Will Breazeale regarding some political issues of today that make this mid-term election so very important to all of us. Will hit a bump in the road last week in the 7th District NC and lost his fight in the Republican primary but he has vowed and announced on our show that he will continue the fight and do all he can to register as an Independent Candidate and take his change to Washington. He'll need help in doing so and you can visit the website below to learn how you can get involved.

We learned a lot from Will about his views and he is a breath of fresh air. He compares himself to PA District 19 incumbent Todd R. Platts who is the kind of candidate that likes to speak with his constituency rather than only reach out through television ads.


This morning, we at Sarathan received word of disaster in Nashville. We’re trying to spread the word in an effort to raise awareness and assist relief efforts. Here are the details, taken from an email sent to us by Scott Perry from Sperry Media:

Last weekend, severe rains hit Nashville, causing unprecedented floods throughout the region, resulting in at least $1.5 billion in damages and 30 dead (found so far). A high pressure system from the east kept a typical summer rain storm in place over Nashville for 36 hours, instead of the usual 4-5 hour passover. But amidst oil spills in the Gulf, bomb scares in Times Square, riots in Greece, and whiplash in the financial markets, the Nashville floods got lost in the headlines….Read More

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Will To Win - Will Breazeale's Official Web Site
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