"Rock Talk"
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Allan Handleman

The Allan Handelman Show
For April 13, 2014

The Allan Handelman Show deals with all issues relevant to the Rock Culture, not just music. Rock Stars, newsmakers, pop culture icons and always the most amazing people in the world. Hear all sides of the story and listen to a variety of media. Then, make up your own mind. It's the Talk Show for people who don't even listen to talk shows.

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  • **PLEASE NOTE: Allan's WSJS weekday show (Mon-Fri 3-6 PM) and the weekend syndicated show (Rock Talk) are two separate and very different shows. Both shows can now be heard on WSJS.COM. For now, the Sunday show also airs on WSJS 3-6 PM (ET).
     
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Among the guests and topics on this week's show:

  • Paul Stanley. For more than 30 years, Paul Stanley has reigned supreme as one of the single-most recognizable front men in the history of rock and roll. Although preferring to live his off stage life out of the media spotlight he continues to be the chief songwriter, driving force and unwavering voice of KISS. A visionary and trendsetter since the early 1970s, Stanley’s passion for both the musical and visual arts has perhaps been the key to the astonishing ongoing worldwide phenomenon known as KISS. His latest book, Face the Music: A Life Exposed. http://paulstanley.com/

  • Actors Tim Bagley and Mindy Lee Sterling. In the vein of great comedic mockumentaries like Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show, comes JESUS PEOPLE. Based on the hilarious and popular FunnyorDie.com web series, Jesus People charts the rise and fall of America’s worst Christian pop band! Pastor Jerry gets possibly awful medical news and is determined to reach his rebellious teen while he still can. Jerry forms Cross My Heart, a Christian band, to keep his son on a "righteous" path. He finds four young musicians with varying levels of talent and the first single Save The World! takes off on multiple (and some unexpected) radio formats. But the band starts to unravel! www.jesuspeoplethemovie.com


Click to view on Amazon.comPaul Stanley single-handedly penned such escapist anthems as "Love Gun," "God of Thunder", "Black Diamond" and wrote the timeless celebratory battle cry "I Want To Rock and Roll All Night And Party Everyday". He was the golden throat that throttled "Detroit Rock City," the charismatic swagger behind "I Was Made For Lovin’ You," and stripped of makeup, was the unmasked troubadour that breathed vocal life into the ballads "Reason to Live," "Forever" and "Every Time I Look At You."

Stanley designed and created the iconic KISS logo which 40 years on remains universally recognized as one of the greatest logos of the 20th century. His artistic and visual input has been and continues to be seen in his designs of KISS album covers, stages and apparel.

Over the last 30 years Stanley has channeled his musical vision designing and developing signature musical instruments including guitars that continue to be marketed by numerous musical instrument companies with sales now standing at well over $20 million.

Stanley also returned to his passion for painting ten years ago by creating portraits and abstracts that are emotionally-charged compositions. His tremendous success has translated into well over $2 million in sales. He aims to maximize the direct, physical impact of his paintings through scale, texture, color and simplicity of images. In a few short years of exhibiting, Stanley’s works have been acquired by numerous art collectors and he has been commissioned to create large works to be displayed internationally.

Check out PaulStanley.com and Face The Music: A life Exposed


JESUS PEOPLE, The Movie

Hit Web Series FunnyorDie.com Leaps to the Big Screen with JESUS PEOPLE.

"…a Christian version of SPINAL TAP…" -Brett McCracken, Christianity Today.

This week, Allan interviews actors Tim Bagley and Mindy Lee Sterling of the movie Jesus People. In the vein of great comedic mockumentaries like Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show, comes JESUS PEOPLE. Based on the hilarious and popular FunnyorDie.com web series, Jesus People charts the rise and fall of America’s worst Christian pop band! Pastor Jerry gets possibly awful medical news and is determined to reach his rebellious teen while he still can. Jerry forms Cross My Heart, a Christian band, to keep his son on a "righteous" path. He finds four young musicians with varying levels of talent and the first single Save The World! takes off on multiple (and some unexpected) radio formats. But the band starts to unravel!


Tim Bagley is most recognized for his roles as "Harold Krenshaw" on "Monk", and "Larry" on "Will and Grace," "Grimm," "Shameless" "Southland, "1600 Penn," "Zombieland," "Two Broke Girls," "Hot In Cleveland," "$#*! My Dad Says," "Desperate Housewives," "Pushing Daisies," and "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Tim has also appeared in Judd Apatow's films, "This Is 40,"and "Knocked Up," and currently stars opposite Lisa Kudrow, as "Richard Pratt" on Showtime's "Web Therapy."

Among Mindy Lee Sterling's most prominent roles are Frau Farbissina in the Austin Powers series of comedy films, Principal Susan Skidmore on Disney Channel series A.N.T. Farm, Ms. Endive in Chowder (TV_series), Lin Beifong on The Legend of Korra and Miss Briggs on iCarly. In addition to her varied movie and television career, Sterling is an accomplished voice over artist. Sterling was born in Paterson, New Jersey.

For more information visit: JesusPeopleTheMovie.com or watch the trailer on Vimeo.



 

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