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The Power of Who Author and Eastman & Beaudine CEO Bob Beaudine on The Chris Treece Show

Please Join The Chris Treece Show on January 31, 2011 at 12PM EST as my guest will be “The Power of Who Author and Eastman & Beaudine CEO Bob Beaudine.  Call in number is 347-633-9495. www.blogtalkradio.com/Chris-Treece

Bob Beaudine, CEO of Eastman & Beaudine, manages the nation’s leading executive search firm in sports and entertainment. Bob has helped shape the leadership teams of some of the world’s most innovative and dynamic businesses- NBA, Major League Baseball, Hockey, Tennis, Rodeo, PGATOUR, Arena Football, US Olympics, NASCAR, Horse Racing, and Ultimate Fighting Championships. He has interviewed & coached Senators, Governors, Generals, CEO’s, University Presidents, Top Athletic Coaches and Studio Presidents. Bob also works with major college athletic programs and has placed 33 Athletic Directors at major universities across the country as well as 24 Head Coaches in Football and Basketball. Bob’s leadership also extends into the local community. He recently served as Chairman of the “Doak Walker National Running Back Award”. He is on the Board of SMU’s Cox School of Business. He is a graduate (1977) of Southern Methodist University with a bachelor of business administration degree.

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January 28, 2011 Posted by | Authors, Books, Business, Celebrity, College Football, Family, Health, Matchmaking, Men, Motivation, Networking, Pro Football, Radio, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Sports, Success, TV, women | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Super Bowl XLV Preview with Vince Moore On The Chris Treece Show

Please join The Chris Treece Show Friday, January 28, 2011 as my Co-Host will be former University of Tennessee and New England Patriot Wide Reciever Vince Moore.  Show starts at 12 PM EST.  The call in number is 347-633-9495.  www.blogtalkradio.com/chris-treece 
Super Bowl XLV will be the 45th annual edition of the Super Bowl in American football, and the 41st annual championship game of the modern-era National Football League (NFL). The game, to be played on February 6, 2011, will pit the AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers against the NFC champion Green Bay Packers to decide the NFL champion for the 2010 season. The game will be held at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the first time that the Super Bowl will be held in the Dallas – Fort Worth area; and the third time it will be held in Texas (Houston was the host city to Super Bowls VIII and XXXVIII). Kickoff time is approximately 5:25pm CST (UTC-06). This will be the eighth appearance in the Super Bowl for the Steelers (who hold the record with 6 Super Bowl wins) and the fifth for the Packers (who hold the record with 12 overall NFL titles, including 3 Super Bowl wins and 9 league titles prior to the Super Bowl-era).
The Packers are three point favorites, making this the first Super Bowl the Steelers were underdogs in since Super Bowl XXX. In all four previous Super Bowls that Green Bay played in, they were also favored to win. The Steelers and Packers did not play each other this season. The last time the two teams met was December 20, 2009, when the Steelers defeated the Packers 37–36 at Heinz Field. That game was marked by four lead changes in the fourth quarter and a game-winning touchdown pass from Ben Roethlisberger to Mike Wallace as time expired.

January 27, 2011 Posted by | Celebrity, College Football, Fitness, Health, Men, Pro Football, Radio, Sports, Success, TV | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Chris Weaver of The Chris Weaver Band on The Chris Treece Show

Please join The Chris Treece Show Thursday, January 27,2011 as my guest will be Chris Weaver of The Chris Weaver Band.  Show starts at 12 PM EST.  www.blogtalkradio.com/chris-treece

The history of the Chris Weaver Band is one that would be a great story if told over a few drinks and a late night. The reality is I don’t know why we found one another in this town, but we did. The truth is that our time together has been a rollercoaster of memories, some bad, but mostly good…and the true soul and back bone of this band is really just beginning to take shape.

It’s so hard in a place like Nashville to have a true “band” because a true band usually takes time to evolve. The players get better over time, you write together, fight together, and in the end…you become family.

The key to putting a band together here is work. If you can find steady gigs and write original music that brings you together, that is about the best shot you have to succeed as a group. After two and a half years of steady work and one hell of a sound, we are proud to say we have completed our first record.

We know that our history is still being written and hopefully we will get to see our dreams realized. The music business makes no sense at all, but we love our fans and firmly believe there is no better way to make a living.

January 26, 2011 Posted by | Celebrity, Musicians, Radio, Success, TV | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Shedrow Author Dr. Dean DeLuke on The Chris Treece Show

Please Join The Chris Treece Show on January 26, 2011 at 12PM EST as my guest will be “Shedrow” Author Dr. Dean DeLuke.  Call in number is 347-633-9495. www.blogtalkradio.com/Chris-Treece

Dean M. DeLuke is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, a graduate of St. Michael’s College, Columbia University (DMD) and Union Graduate College (MBA). Currently, he divides his time between the practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery and a variety of business consulting activities. Dr. DeLuke also performs volunteer work with many charities and medical missionary work with Health Volunteers Overseas. He has a long history of involvement with thoroughbred horses—from farm hand on the Assunta Louis Farm in the 1970s to partner with Dogwood Stable at present.

SYNOPSIS 

From rolling pastures in Lexington, KY to darkened alleyways in Newark, NJ, from Manhattan’s posh ‘21’ Club to a peculiar and mysterious landfill in Eastern Kentucky, and from Saratoga Springs, NY to the tiny island of St. Lucia, Shedrow portrays a collision of characters from many divergent worlds. High society and the racing elite, medical and veterinary specialists, mob figures, and Kentucky hill folk become entangled in this unique twist on the medical thriller. 

Dr. Anthony Gianni, a prominent Manhattan surgeon, becomes involved in a racing partnership as a diversion from a thriving surgical practice and an ailing marriage. The excitement builds when the partnership acquires Chiefly Endeavor, a two-year-old colt with the breeding, the spirit, and enough early racing success to qualify for the Kentucky Derby. 

When a new partner with an unsavory background appears and a breeder’s nightmare becomes real, Dr. Gianni and a dedicated veterinarian must confront organized crime and solve a complex mystery that threatens to destroy both of their careers, and possibly a great deal more.

January 25, 2011 Posted by | Authors, Books, Celebrity, Horses, Sports, Success | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Authors Spotlight-“The Butterfly’s Flight: A Story About Autism And Hope” Author Heather Porazzo

Please Join The Chris Treece Show on January 12, 20011 at 11 am CST as my guest will be”The Butterfly’s Flight: A Story About Autism And Hope”  Author Heather Porazzo  Call in number is 347-633-9495. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Chris-Treece

“The Butterfly’s Flight: A Story About Autism And Hope” follows a butterfly who did not develop like the other butterflies. With the love and help of all around him, he emerges from his cocoon and learns to navigate in our big, bright, and often over-stimulating world. Written for children ages four to nine, this engaging story is embedded with a simple introduction to autism, the common characteristics and challenges of autism, and mirrors the journey from developmental delays to understanding, and finally, to acceptance. Her website is www.hearthugbooks and a portion of the book’s proceeds will be donated to autism related charities. Her second book, “Angels Everywhere,” is also illustrated by her mother, Barbara Laubinger, and will be out soon.   

Heather Porazzo grew up in the small town of Bridgewater MA, but her heart held big dreams of one day becoming an author. Those dreams were put on hold in order to focus on the responsibilities that came along with working and being a mom. It wasn’t until after her family was touched by autism, that she turned back to writing as a way to sort out and express her feelings. It was from those writings that her children’s book, “The Butterfly’s Flight: A Story About Autism And Hope” evolved. Determined to raise awareness about autism, she enlisted her mother’s help to illustrate and bring to life the story born from her heart.

January 12, 2011 Posted by | Authors, Books, Business, Celebrity, Fitness, Health, Radio, women | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

100th Episode Of The Chris Treece Show with Linda Lord

Today will be the 100th episode of The Chris Treece Show on the Blogtalk Radio Network. It has been along two years for the show to develop but through it all it has been and will continue to be the “HOTTEST SHOW ON THE INTERNET” There is not another show like it to date. I am very honored to have had the priveledge to interview the Best of the Best on my show. For that I am forever grateful. Thank you to all of the fans and thank you to all of the guests for the years of support. I am very blessed for this opportunity to bring you great content for the past 100 shows. I hope you have enjoyed and I trust that you will continue to enjoy what The Chris Treece Show brings to the table. SOLID CONTENT FOR THE FANS!!!!!

January 7, 2011 Posted by | Authors, Books, Celebrity, College Football, Fitness, Matchmaking, Mortgage, Motivation, Musicians, Networking, Pro Football, Radio, Social Media, Success, TV, Uncategorized, women | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Recording Artist A. J. Croce on The Chris Treece Show

Please Join The Chris Treece Show on October 7, 2010 at 11 am CST as my guest will be Recording Artist A.J. Croce. Call in number is 347-633-9495. www.blogtalkradio.com/Chris-Treece

Shortly before his father’s death in a 1973 plane crash, Croce’s family moved west to San Diego, California, where he was raised by his mother, Ingrid Croce.

At the age of four, Croce was completely blinded, as the result of a brain tumor. Between the ages of four and ten, Croce gradually regained vision in his left eye. It was during this difficult time in Croce’s life that he began to play the piano. “I learned to play music by listening and playing along to the radio and to records…” Croce says, “At some point I was given the music of Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder as inspiration, which it was, and has been ever since.”

Croce’s first paying gig was at the age of 12, when he was paid $20 to perform at a Bat Mitzvah party. By the age of 16, Croce was performing regularly at San Diego nightclubs, as a sideman and band leader. Croce reflects, “I was into every kind of music… you might say I was unfocused, but I consider an eclectic taste in music to be the foundation of versatility.” His house burned down when he was age 15.

Ron Goldstein and Peter Bauman of Private Music signed Croce to his first record deal at age 19. He recorded two CDs for Private Music: his self-titled debut, “A.J. Croce,” produced by T-Bone Burnett and John Simon, and “That’s Me In The Bar,” produced by Jim Keltner, and featuring artists such as Ry Cooder, David Hidalgo, and Keltner himself.

Croce’s third release, “Fit To Serve,” was recorded in Memphis, and produced by Jim Gaines, who had previously produced Van Morrison, Santana, and The Steve Miller Band. Croce then took a musical turn with the release of his album Transit. He explained, “I had been playing blues-based music for a long time, and I was ready to try something new.” Transit was compared by critics to the work of John Lennon, Elvis Costello, Bob Dylan, and Van Morrison. Glen Starkey of New Times labeled Croce “a song crafter of the first order”.

A fifth CD, titled “Adrian James Croce,” was released in the summer of 2004, and a sixth CD, Cantos, in 2006. He has performed as an opening act for artists such as Carlos Santana, Rod Stewart, Aretha Franklin, Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, James Brown, Ben Harper, Dave Matthews, Earth, Wind and Fire and Ray Charles. He has also performed on such national venues as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and Austin City Limits.

October 5, 2010 Posted by | Celebrity, Musicians, Radio, Success, TV | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

“The P. Word: Provence Traps and Initiates the Unwary” Author Renee Rosch Lewis on The Chris Treece Show

Please Join The Chris Treece Show on September 29, 2010 at 11 am CST as my guest will be “The P Word” Author Renee Rosch Lewis. Call in number is 347-633-9495. www.blogtalkradio.com/Chris-Treece

Renee Rosch Lewis is a recently retired judge and attorney from New York. She and her husband Charlie spend the summer months in the Adirondack Mountains on Lake Champlain. She gardens, plays golf, and partakes in the laid back community activities in her small lakeside town. Her peaceful life is conducive to writing and she is beginning work on her second novel.

Once the summer season ends, she returns to Naples, Florida, for a completely different pace. To her each place is home, just a different setting. The similarity between the two places is beautiful scenery — the joy of song birds and the majesty of trees and flowers.

Renee and her husband also enjoy France, especially Provence!

September 28, 2010 Posted by | Authors, Books, Business, Celebrity | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Health and Fitness Expert Lanelle Phillips on The Chris Treece Show

Please Join The Chris Treece Show on September 16, 2010 at 11 am CST as my guest will be Health and Fitness Expert Lanelle Phillips. Call in number is 347-633-9495. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Chris-Treece

Lanelle attended Mary Star of the Sea School in Freeport before transferring to junior high school in Colorado and then high school in Vermont. … After graduating from high school, Lanelle enrolled at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, where she took up International Studies with a Minor in Caribbean Studies. She later tra…nsferred to Framingham State University outside of Boston, Massachusetts, to study Marketing and Economics.

While in college, at the young age of 19, Lanelle took a part-time job as an administrator for a luxury auto brokerage. When a sales position became available, she convinced the President to let her try out for it, and four months later broke the company’s sales record. She decided to leave college in order to work for the brokerage full time.

Wanting to explore the excitement of a big city, in 1994 Lanelle moved to Chicago and managed a specialty shoe store for a year. She then joined NORDSTROMS department store, the largest seller of shoes in the United States, where she was soon promoted to sales manager and associate shoe buyer. In 1997, she accepted the position of regional sales and distribution manager for MF Cosmetics where she oversaw distribution, hiring and marketing for the line at stores such as Henry Bendels, Barneys NY, Saks Fith Avenue and Nordstroms throughout the Midwestern and Southern US.

September 15, 2010 Posted by | Business, Celebrity, Fitness, Health, women | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

St. Louis Rams Defensive End Leonard Little on The Chris Treece Show

Please Join The Chris Treece Show on September 3, 2010 at 11 am CST as my guest will be St Louis Rams Defensive End Leonard Little.   Call in number is 347-633-9495.  www.blogtalkradio.com/Chris-Treece

The St. Louis Rams picked Leonard Little as the 4th pick in the 3rd round of the 1998 NFL Draft, the 65th overall pick. Little began his NFL career as a linebacker, donning uniform number 57.  Little played three seasons at University of Tennessee, where he started every game at middle linebacker during his senior season, leading the team in tackles (87) and sacks (8.5). He was First-team All-America and First-team All-Southeastern Conference in his senior season. He appeared in the first seven games of his junior season at defensive end, tallying 33 tackles, 8.5 sacks, and five tackles for losses, also blocking one field goal and forcing four fumbles. As a sophomore, he started every game at left defensive end and recorded 62 tackles and a career-high eleven sacks.

September 2, 2010 Posted by | Celebrity, College Football, Motivation, Pro Football, Radio, Sports, Success, TV | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment