Mack, Juan-Juan, Cobra & Switch talk Virtual Reality with video producer Greg Masto and Bishop Ron Feyl Enright. If you murder someone in VR, is it a crime? When the military embraces VR, will it change war forever? Will Juan-Juan ever play live on stage with the Rolling Stones? These and other questions are answered in this special broadcast. Also, Ella the Psychic goes on a date and Tim Weisberg explains what sunk Dark Matter Radio. Special guest: Val the Empath.
Lakes Jam is an annual music festival that unites rock and country music fans from all walks of life and brings them to the beautiful Brainerd lakes area. A premium camping festival, Lakes Jam is more than a music festival with Watercross racing, Drifting, Lawnmower Racing, Poker Tournaments and more!
Elliott is not only a talented musician but is also a proud military Veteran. Being a combat Veteran with PTSD, anxiety, and depression, Elliott uses his music and the time he has on stage performing as a form of therapy. When Elliott sings, he literally gives it all he has and the adrenaline release he gets is very therapeutic for him. He has found a way to use his music as a way to literally save his own life. www.elliottmckenzie.com
Luis Verdugo Founder of BravoProjectSoCal stops by to talk about getting Veterans together to spend time in the great outdoors.
Today I talk with my dear friend Executive Chef Mindy Lymperis about Food, Competitions and Cooking for the Stars.
Navy SEAL artist, Pete Carolan graduate in 1968 from BUD/S Class 47, in Coronado, where he was first assigned as a Navy FROGMAN with Underwater Demolition Team 13, and would become the UDT-13 Cartographer for all beach reconnaissance missions when deployed to 2 combat tours of duty in Vietnam.
Later he would be chosen as a swim team leader in the recovery of the famous “Splash-Down” of the Apollo-13 astronauts, Lovell, Haise and Swigert in 1970.
Pete’s art first became internationally famous, as he hand-painted “Freddie the Frog” on the historic recovery helicopter #66, that was seen all over the world during that historic space recovery operation. This same frog now appears on that helicopter, which is on the deck of the U.S.S. Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, in San Diego Bay.