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2012.03.19 – Spotlight on Jamie Gray

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Spotlight on Jamie Gray

Jamie Gray – Anywhere

Today we shine the spotlight on Jamie Gray. A musician we first became aware of due one of our programing directors, Meshelly. Listen in as, our other programing director, Cleta and Lumpy talk with Jamie Gray about his music. We shall discuss his passion, poetry, beer and how you can get a copy of his latest EP!

Joining us in Teamspeak were Cleta, Omnidragon, Knowles217 and Matt… let us not forget Jamie.  This episode streamed live on indienation on 19 March, 2012.  Be sure and listen often for live on stream shows!

2012.03.02 – The LumpCast and the Spotlight on Various Artists

For this week’s episode of the LumpCast, I thought I would kick back to some of the musicians we have had the pleasure to get to know in the recent past, some locally from Cleveland and others from elsewhere.

I am playing short sets and spotlights for this show. Many of them are recordings I actually did with a Zoom H2 Portable Recording unit when these musicians played live at local clubs in the Cleveland, Ohio area.

Listen in as Cleta, Omnidragon, Boz and Lumpy spin and eclectic mix of indie music.

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2012.02.17 – The LumpCast with Special Guest Jamie Gray

Welcome to this week’s LumpCast. Remember, you can always join Lumpy live for the stream of the show on Fridays at 10 PM to Midnight almost every Friday night. This week, Boz stayed on the show with me and we are joined by guest Jamie Gray…. Read the show notes! At some point and time, I will tell you how to get some FREE stuff!

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Tech and Net – News and Opinion – Episode 002

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Tech and Net News and Opinion, Monday, 5 December 2011

This week we will discuss things net, tech and kewl including “earthscrapers”, a printer hack, a hybrid hard drive, a Grooveshark whistleblower, hackers hit the UN and Global Chokepoint. We wish to warn the listener in advance that there is some material in this podcast that would be considered not safe for work or children.

2011.03.30- Wednesday Night Live Part Four – Three Indie Artists

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2011.03.30- Wednesday Night Live Part Four

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We start off, for the sake of continuity by replaying the last indie artists, Jamie Gray, from the previous show.  Keep in mind that Jeff, Steve and Lumpy do this live, mess up often, and just try to have fun with the listeners and, even more so, with those involved in chat and VOIP.

We seemed have finally talked ourselves out with the talk in segment three.  So let us just get to the music.

 

2011.03.30-Wednesday Night Live Part 3 – Mostly Tech Talk

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We started off by talking about the band, Lestat, that we closed out the previous show with.  The band recently played out live and Steve had a chance to see them.  We remind the listeners that you can find Lestat at FaceBook.

We also noticed that we were being joined by a scanner or AM radio.  At first we thought it was Jeff’s scanner but after almost a week of gremlin chasing, we narrowed it down to a patch cord acting as an AM receiver.  Once we got away from the scanner conversation, we had a nice long run of tech talk and news.  Eventually, we got back to music.

Jacob Barnet 12 year old genius tackles relativity

This kid is amazing, he taught himself algebra, geometry, triginometry, calculus and physics in a week. With an IQ of 170, Einstein need just move on over and give it up to the boy genius. He started attending Purdue at age 8 and the now 12 year old is about to leave Purdue to do astrophysics research. Pretty nice first gig eh?  While other children his age might be tackleing a paper route, Jacob Barnet seems to be topping that by light years.  The 12 year old slightly autistic genius may have advanced Einstien’s theory of relativity.  The scientists at Princeton are looking over the young man’s calculations and think he may be on to something!

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