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Bio: The Playlist is a show that I host on Blogtalkradio.com every Thursday from 8:00-10:00 PM PST. Please join us as we play The Latest and Greatest in Indie Music. If you are a band and want to be on then become a fan. If you are a fan of music join in.

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The Show at Club Motor
May 23, 2010
Well it was a huge success for Rock'a'billy Out ALS last night and I know for a ... [more]
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  • 2010

    May 22


    Seattle, WA, US | 9:30pm

    Seattle, WA, US
    Sat May 22, 2010 9:30pm

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    Rockabilly Out ALS

  • 2010

    May 15


    Everett, WA, US | 7:00pm

    Everett, WA, US
    Sat May 15, 2010 7:00pm

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    Rock Out ALS Come ROCK for a CAUSE. Proceeds go to the fight against Lou Gehrig's Disease: Aid to those who are living with it, and research so that we can someday find a Cause so that we can find a Cure. Rock Out ALS is a Campaign to unite the Rock Music Industry to raise awareness of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), which is better known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. Started in Seattle in Sept. of 2009, Rock Out ALS was only going to be an annual all day show. Quickly, a Campaign to raise awareness using Rock to garner attention was begun. Several Shows in various locations a year will be held starting in Seattle and networking with other organizers and promoters in other cities. Each Show will combine top notch talent and compasionate, honest, blunt information about What ALS is, What it does, and how people can help. Each Band that plays AND supports Rock Out ALS gets the same support back. Rock Out ALS promotes and "endorses" the bands that support it in every way it can, so the bands that donate their time get something in return. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or ALS is a 100% fatal motor-neuron disease that attacks the brain's ability to control the body's "voluntary muscle function". It eventualy leaves a fully functioning/feeling/emotional brain in a motionless and speachless body untill death, which is typically 2 - 5 years. Imagine the video for Metalica's ONE, where clips from Johnny Got His Gun was used. It's the same thing at the end, but without the bobbing of mores code. Imagine what "voluntary" muscle function really is: you can hold your breath; you voluntarily speak; you choose how many times to chew and when to swallow. These are only SOME of the voluntary muscle functions victims of Lou Gehrig's Disease loose...

  • 2010

    May 14


    Everett, WA, US | 8:00pm

    Everett, WA, US
    Fri May 14, 2010 8:00pm

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    Come ROCK for a CAUSE. Proceeds go to the fight against Lou Gehrig's Disease: Aid to those who are living with it, and research so that we can someday find a Cause so that we can find a Cure. Rock Out ALS is a Campaign to unite the Rock Music Industry to raise awareness of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), which is better known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. Started in Seattle in Sept. of 2009, Rock Out ALS was only going to be an annual all day show. Quickly, a Campaign to raise awareness using Rock to garner attention was begun. Several Shows in various locations a year will be held starting in Seattle and networking with other organizers and promoters in other cities. Each Show will combine top notch talent and compasionate, honest, blunt information about What ALS is, What it does, and how people can help. Each Band that plays AND supports Rock Out ALS gets the same support back. Rock Out ALS promotes and "endorses" the bands that support it in every way it can, so the bands that donate their time get something in return. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or ALS is a 100% fatal motor-neuron disease that attacks the brain's ability to control the body's "voluntary muscle function". It eventualy leaves a fully functioning/feeling/emotional brain in a motionless and speachless body untill death, which is typically 2 - 5 years. Imagine the video for Metalica's ONE, where clips from Johnny Got His Gun was used. It's the same thing at the end, but without the bobbing of mores code. Imagine what "voluntary" muscle function really is: you can hold your breath; you voluntarily speak; you choose how many times to chew and when to swallow. These are only SOME of the voluntary muscle functions victims of Lou Gehrig's Disease loose...

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