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Farrell Jackson
Re: Steve & Bubba R Show
10/20/14 10:47:13AM
By: Farrell Jackson

Bummer but health comes first. Steve, you're the perfect straight man for Bubba's hillbilly antics. I'll look forward to you popping in now and then on Mixradio! AsCar was a hoot! Farrell

steph
Re: Halloween 2014...
10/19/14 07:41:48PM
By: STEPH KLISH

ok how do i submit a song

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Re: Steve & Bubba R Show
10/19/14 04:28:22PM
By: David C Deal

Thanks Steve for all the time, effort and good times he put into your shows. Together you guys provided some seriously enjoyable entertainment to us. STeve and Bubba together will be missed. Thank...

Buddrumming
Re: Steve & Bubba R Show
10/19/14 03:19:25PM
By: Buddrumming

Yes ... i luv u guys .... rocked my little musical world... luved when you did the horse racing skit... keep well my good friends! always thx for everything, Bud

Dylan Thermos
Re: Ain't 2 Proud 2...
10/19/14 12:22:11PM
By: dylan thermos

I used to sing this back in the day, brought some nice memories back. Great rendition..........dylan

Dylan Thermos
Re: The Monster
10/19/14 12:19:45PM
By: dylan thermos

Great work.........dylan

Dylan Thermos
Re: I Drink Alone
10/19/14 12:17:06PM
By: dylan thermos

I enjoyed your track. Old blues style, excellent.........dylan.

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Re: Faded Love
10/19/14 02:17:34AM
By: Barefoot Music

Liking the vie this carries through the lead vocals and guitar leads.

Barefoot Baroness
Re: Our Little World
10/19/14 12:54:33AM
By: Barefoot Music

Love the sweetness in this tune....takes me back on a nostalgic journey with your style and sound on "Our Little World" Perfect song to add to a show I am doing called "Always Somewhere"

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Re: The Hard Blunt...
10/18/14 07:25:06PM
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I am the one who is so humbled and grateful Ron that first you confided in me the lyrics before finishing it, and secondly your expressing what I am not able to about a topic that's so close to my...

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Top 10 Most Famous Guitars

Top 10 Most Famous Guitars
This is a List of Top 10 Most Famous Guitars



10. Steve Vai's Ibanez JEM
 


At the time, its unique pickup arrangement and upgraded vibrato helped Steve Vai achieve some awesome sounds. 24 fret guitars were pretty rare back in 1987, and along with other flashy touches like bright pickups and funky dials, the JEM really stood out. Best of all could be the "monkey grip" handle which helped Vai pull off some ninja stage moves without losing grip.

9. Tony Iommi's Gibson SG Special 'Monkey'


 What makes Tony Iommi's Gibson SG different from all the others? Simple: a monkey sticker. He used it on most of the original line-up albums and tours. Iommi originally preferred a white Stratocaster but the bridge pickup failed after recording "Wicked World" on their debut album. It might be legendary, but it's not perfect - apparently it's always had tuning problems and noisy pickups. Now it's on display at Times Square in New York.
 
8. James Hetfield's 'EET FUK' Explorer

 
 James Hetfield has been rocking an Explorer since the late 80s, and made the model a household name. Even when he's not using an Explorer, he'll often get custom guitars that look the same anyway. One example: the ESP JK Snakebyte, which launched in 2011.

7. David Gilmour's Black Stratocaster
 


In 1970, David Gilmour bought his first black Strat in New York. Within weeks, Pink Floyd's equipment had been stolen, but he loved it so much he went and bought another from the same store. It became a Pink Floyd icon, and went on display in the Hard Rock Cafe. Then, when Pink Floyd reunited in 2005, it made a triumphant return, and had been with David ever since.


6. Randy Rhoads' Polka Dot V

 
This unique-looking guitar was built by guitar making legend Karl Sandoval to Randy's specifications. Which, it would seem, includes the polka-dot pattern and how tie inlays. It apparently cost $740, and if you ask nicely Mr. Sandoval might make one of your own. That is, if you're brave enough to wear it.

5. B.B. King's ES-355 'Lucille'


What do you do if there's a fire? That's right, you get out of the building and stay out. In 1949, B.B. King went against this age-old advice after two fighting men knocked over a burning barrel. King went outside, but ran back to recover his $30 Gibson. Two people died. When King learned the men had been fighting over a woman called Lucille, and decided to name all his guitars after her as a reminder not to do anything stupid ever again - whether it's running into a flaming building or fighting over a woman."Walking Dead" fans who are up to the latest comics might notice a great little Lucille reference, by the way...


4. Jimi Hendrix's Backwards Stratocaster

 
Left-handed Jimi Hendrix famously played a right-handed Stratocaster backwards. Much has been made of how the reverse-stringing affected the tone, and while it's true it would have made some difference, it's probably been overstated by tone enthusiasts over the decades. The funny thing is, the same people often don't realise that the key solos on songs like "Hey Joe" and "Purple Haze" weren't played on a Strat at all - they were on Noel Redding's Fender Telecaster.

3. Edward Van Halen's Frankenstrat

 
 Eddie Van Halen's attempt to combine the sound of a Gibson guitar with the appearance of a Fender resulted in one of the most iconic paint jobs ever. Eddie did an awesome job with the original Frankenstrat, and it's been replicated both officially and unofficially ever since. To keep the copycats guessing, Eddie added a non-functional pickup and three-way switch purely to throw off people trying to emulate his handiwork.

2. Brian May's Red Special

 
 Unlike other handmade entries on this list, this isn't custom built from the best parts of existing guitars. Brian May built the Red Special by hand with his father with the wood of an 18th century fireplace mantel. He still uses the original occasionally, but his guitar company has taken to building replicas which he's happy to use.
 
1. Jimmy Page's EDS-1275 Double Neck Gibson

 
This striking siamese guitar would be famous even if Jimmy Page didn't use it; Slash, James Hetfield and jazz legend John McLaughlin have played it live too. But it was Page's historic performances of "Stairway To Heaven" that made this one of the most famous guitars ever. It's never sold in huge numbers, but remains in production by various custom shops who want to keep its legend alive.
By Admin
09/25/14
Tag: News

Halloween 2014 Updates

Halloween 2014 Updates So here are the submissions so far for the 2014 Halloween Song Submissions. Plenty of time left for everyone to submit some spooky music!!

By Barefoot Music
09/24/14
Tag: News

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Notice To The Universe & all Earthlings:
Mixstream Radio has added two new EuropeanTime Friendly shows to our Live DJ Hosted presentation's of the best Indie Music on the planet.


The Bubba Reeves Show- Tuesday's @ 1pm eastern
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By Barefoot Music
10/20/14
Tag: MIM Chain Reaction Series

MIM Chain Reaction Series #1 w/ Ron Kauffman






Introducing a new series from the Make Indie Mainstream (MIM) group. 

http://barefootmusicgroup.com/2014/10/18/mim-chain-reaction-series-1-w-ron-kauffman/


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By Michael Stone
10/16/14
Tag: Articles

Meanings Behind Songs

Meanings Behind The Songs
~Michael Stone~ © 2014



Recently, I played a local venue, performing my music.





A woman engaged me afterwards asking me about the 'meaning' behind some of my songs. It was at that point I realized it was much easier for me to sing about my experiences than to actually 'talk' about them.



I guess it's easier to put oblique messages out through lyrics than to actually discuss the deeper thoughts going into the songwriting process. But somehow, she was able to glean the true meaning from the song, though I'd meant it as almost a musical double entendré.



When I perform live, I usually give a brief synopsis of songs before I play them, but in this case she went right to the heart of the matter and wanted the true meaning behind my lyrics.



I found myself unable or unwilling to delve into the subject much more personally, and with a complete stranger.



But isn't that what art is supposed to do ? Ask us to face the more difficult questions in life, in a manner that makes us think ? And here I was confronted by a woman, using words like passion, deep and thoughtful, trying to decipher the deeper meaning behind these compositions.



I felt obliged to respond, but for some reason was unable to open p as much as maybe I should have. Perhaps there is therapy in my future for this issue.



But if you do have a willingness to ask the questions, anytime soon,
I'll do my best to provide better answers.



http://michaelstoneblog.blogspot.com/2014/10/meanings-behind-songs.html



By The TrueVulgarians
10/12/14
Tag: Halloween 2014 Song Submission

The Monster

The Monster Here's our submission for this year's Halloween Song project, a little number called "The Monster".  My sister Jacki does the lead vocal and, basically, I did the rest, including words and music.  The song, though submitted for Halloween, has, unfortunately for those who have been there, year-round application... lol.  Treat or Treat!
The Monster">The Monster
By carmella.inchierchiera
10/11/14
Tag: New Song Released

Brand New Release titled Why ?

My song titled Why ? has been release .. 

Thank you Nelson Blanchard for Producing + Performing Why ? and bringing all I write alive..
Special Thank you to the Great Larry Franklin from Nashville Tenn, on Fiddle.
Larry has played Fiddle on cuts by most of the Major Artist.. 
Thank you to my Family, Friends and Fans who Keep Me Inspired to Create Song..
 
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