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Bob Corker Fights Ted Cruz on Senate Floor You Voted For One thing After 21 Hours Of Filibustering

May 2nd, 2015

Bob Corker Fights Ted Cruz on Senate Floor  You Voted For Something After 21 Hours Of Filibustering

Tennessee Senator Bob Corker was not timid about dealing with his Republican colleagues over defunding Obamacare, tweeting last week it really is a “box canyon” strategy that’ll “fail and weaken our…
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Buhach Colony HS – Washington Grays – 2007 Santa Cruz Band Review

April 30th, 2014

From Atwater, CA Buhach Colony High School Thunder Band performing their march entitled Washingon Grays by Claudio S.Grafulla at the 37th Annual Santa Cruz B…

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Senator Ted Cruz not only Swept the floor on the Gun Control Hearings..he took out the trash

October 22nd, 2013

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Harry Reid announcing that the senate has reached a deal to open the govt. www.thepeoplesunderground.com.
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Scottie Miller – Joe Cruz – Jennifer Grimm

June 11th, 2013

Scottie Miller – Joe Cruz – Jennifer Grimm
Event on 2013-06-27 20:00:00

at Washington Square Library
1244 Portage Street
Kalamazoo, United States

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John Cruz – Atherton Summer Season 2013

May 30th, 2013

John Cruz – Atherton Summer Season 2013
Event on 2013-07-05 19:30:00
From the time he was a young boy growing up in Palolo Valley on Oahu, John Cruz knew he was destined to play music.Whether inside or outside the home, his earliest memories were filled with song. His Hawaiian grandmother had a beautiful voice and sang in church. His mom loved the Motown sound and had an extensive record collection. His dad played country music and taught John to perform live shows at a very young age. His brothers and sisters were all musically inclined and, along with numerous aunties, uncles, cousins, neighbors and friends, they have surrounded John with the gift of music for his entire life. Although John grew up in Hawaii, it wasn't until he moved to the East Coast in 1983 that he developed his own style as a singer songwriter. During his 12 years in the Northeast, John cut his musical teeth in subways, coffeehouses and bars in New York's Greenwich Village, as well as in the clubs and local haunts from Martha's Vineyard to the Boston area. While attending the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, John ventured in to acting and dancing, which strengthened his command of the stage. He spent six years in theatre and dance companies, performing everywhere from Lincoln Center to Washington D.C. As a member of the prestigious New World Theater, John played the lead role in "The Dance and the Railroad," by Tony Award winning Broadway playwright, David Henry Hwang, of M. Butterfly fame. John's outstanding performance was nationally recognized in the finals of a collegiate drama competition. John returned to Hawaii in 1995 to help his brother Ernie record his album. At the time, Ernie was in the immensely popular band, the Ka'au Crater Boys. He invited John to play bass with them and to play his own songs during their shows. The exposure to large crowds gave John's music a substantial fan base before it was even recorded. When his first album, Acoustic Soul was released in 1996, it made an artistic and commercial impact like few other recordings in Hawaiian musical history. Acoustic Soul to date has sold over 150,000 copies in Hawaii alone. John produced the album himself and released it on his own label, Lilikoi Records. It spawned the radio hits "Shine On," "Sitting in Limbo" and "Island Style," which has become a local anthem known around the world. Most songs from the album still receive daily radio airplay and can be heard on numerous compilation CDs, in hotels, airports, shopping malls, school music classes, commercials and just about everywhere else music is played within the state. Acoustic Soul won two Na Hoku Hanohano Awards in 1997 — one for Contemporary Album of the Year and one for Most Promising Artist. In 2005, John added the Grammy Award to his list of honors. His original song "Jo Bo's Night" was featured on the compilation CD Slack Key Guitar Volume 2, which won the first Grammy ever awarded for Hawaiian music. Over the years, John has attracted some stellar fans. Stars like Jack Johnson, Jackson Browne, Eddie Vedder, Jimmy Buffett, Lisa Loeb, Trey Anastasio and others, have shown their support in various ways. John co-wrote a song with Trey called "A Case of Ice and Snow," which was released on the Phish frontman's solo CD, Bar 17. World Champion surfer Kelly Slater featured three of John's songs on his DVD, "Letting Go," in 2006. Jack Johnson has released "Island Style" on several CDs and sometimes plays it in concert. John joined Robert Plant and Allison Krauss, along with other singer songwriters, on the WMVY radio compilation CD, Fresh Produce Volume 4, with his hit song "Missing You." In October 2011, John's rendition of the traditional Hawaiian song "Hi'ilawe" was released on the official Hawaii Five-O soundtrack and featured on an episode of the hit show, along with artists like Bob Dylan, Train, the Goo Goo Dolls, Ziggy Marley and Jimmy Cliff. In October 2006, a documentary film on his life, "Made of Music – The Story of John Cruz," debuted at the Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival in Honolulu. A few weeks later, it was honored with the Aloha Visionary Filmmaker Award at the Molokai Film Festival. Jack Johnson, Jackson Browne, Kelly Slater and Jake Shimabukuro add color and insight to an already powerful story. John's recent touring has included stops at Bluesfest in Australia, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Tennessee, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Summerstage in New York's Central Park, Carnegie Hall and prominent national venues up and down both coasts. He played 14 shows at the prestigious SXSW (South by Southwest) music festival in Austin, Texas in March 2009, as one of the first Hawaiians ever invited to showcase there. John headlined four galas during Barack Obama's inauguration and recently performed for and met with the President during a visit to Hawaii. When not on the road, John spends his time supporting cultural and educational projects. He often performs at schools, raising money for arts programs and encouraging kids to believe in themselves and follow their inspirations. He works with Guitars in the Classroom, helping kids all over the country to enrich their lives through music. John has distinguished himself as one of the most talented artists that has ever come from Hawaii. He was named the Best Singer Songwriter by Hawaii Magazine in 2008. This well-earned reputation became even more solidified when he released his long-awaited second album, One of These Days in 2007. It debuted firmly at #1 in Hawaii, #2 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and #6 on the Billboard World Chart. The Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts gave the CD its highest honor in 2008, by awarding John the Na Hoku Hanohano Award for Contemporary Album of the Year. Honolulu Magazine named the album one of the "Top 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century" in 2012.

at Atherton Performing Arts Studio
738 Kaheka St
Honolulu, United States

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Republican Senate nominee Ted Cruz visits Mission, TX

December 5th, 2012

Republican Senate nominee Ted Cruz makes a stop in The Valley to discuss his plans if he wins the Texas Senate seat this upcoming election. The event was hosted by The McAllen Tea Party.
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Dee Snider's PMRC Senate Hearing Speech (Full)

In 1985, a Senate hearing was instigated by the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), who wanted to introduce a parental warning system that would label all albums containing offensive material. The system was to include letters identifying the type of objectionable content to be found in each album (eg O for occult themes, S for sex, D for drugs, V for violence, etc.). Dee Snider, John Denver, and Frank Zappa all testified against censorship and the proposed warning system. Such a system was never implemented, but the result of the hearing brought about what is now the generic “Parental Advisory: Explicit Content” label.
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