Kev Nash & DJ Killa Kev talk about the Black Violin concert, Killa Kev’s cold Halloween, Kev’s deals with Shawn Waynas, Dion Waiters getting too high & 1410 ESPN’s Justin Kinner joins the fellas to talk about the Chase Young, situation, Stephen A’s new deal with ESPN, and much more! Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash on twitter & IG! Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app.
The Paint Splats aka Brandon Berry stops by DATV to chat with @TheIzzyRock about the release of his new album. “You’ve got an LA sound. It’s not quite New York, and you’re definitely not Southern. You’re just LA. It screams, I’M CRAZY and I’m OUTSIDE!”
Join The Paint Splats in celebrating the release of their first full-length record! Featuring John Dubuc’s Guilty Pleasures. $10 at the door, $7 advanced at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-paint-splats-album-release-wjohn-dubucs-guilty-pleasures-tickets-74685176373
#1 I Gutted My VCR
#2 One Left Shoe
#3 Big Megatron Screen
#4 Cut The Cord
For all of the goal setters, entrepreneurs or fellow life hackers out there, this episode is for you! Our friend Daniel Huiet, who you may remember from a few years ago discussing his Great Escape Room business (see link below). He is back, and discussing his newest brick and mortar business, Wild Axe Throwing! whoa! yes! AND – the Kickstarter Campaign he is doing with his family: the 30 Day Start Here Challenger – an innovative strategy and journal to help you achieve your goals, establish good habits or break bad ones. Our host Libby Ballengee is always interested in a chat about productivity – and this one is full of great advice!
30 Day Start Here Challenger – Kickstarter Campaign
The 30 Day Challenger is a quick, simple goal motivator. Each day offers a different technique and unique questions regarding your goal and the new technique you learned. We are a family team consisting of Kathy, Heather, and Daniel. Kathy has experience in retail management. Heather has experience with mental health nursing. Daniel has experience with business and entrepreneurship. Although the three of us had different goals, we all came together to help others accomplish the goals they have set for themselves.
Wild Axe Throwing – https://www.wildaxethrowing.com/
The owners of Wild Axe Throwing had a dream to make the most visually appealing, interactive and unique axe throwing bar in the world. We didn’t just want to slap together some plywood and make an experience that wasn’t up to par with what we felt our guests wanted. We desired a space that made you feel good. A place where you could have a kick axe birthday party or an unforgettable first date. Somewhere that the design and atmosphere made you feel like you were in a place you’ve never been to before. A step back in time, a breath of fresh air, and a rush that made you feel alive inside. After countless months of planning, all while not overlooking even the smallest of details in the design, Wild Axe Throwing was born. Our mission is simple. We want you to escape reality with us and partake in the wonderful, excited, and beautiful thrill of axe throwing! We hope our facility, and our axe masters leave you with an experience that you will never forget.
Great Escape Room – https://www.greatescapegame.com/
Seth Canan and the Carriers – Shine
The fellas have are back talking about Killa’s anniversary turn up, a cold Halloween! Kev’s journey to 100 bike rides, Power mid season finale recap. Plus, R.I.P. to John “Pops” Witherspoon. Stay in contact with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash. Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app. #YCMTUP #YouCantMakeThisUpPodcast
Kevin Serey stops by DATV to chat with @TheIzzyRock about the release of his new album. Kevin Serey (& Friends) – “Tales From The Horseshoe Lounge” which features a cast of talented musicians and friends who came together to produce a great album and great mix of Appalachian murder ballads, old-timey blues numbers, Americana, folk, mountain music, bluegrass and overall foot stomping music featuring string instruments.
#1 Two Banjos
#2 The Ballad of Emmett Lee
#3 Love Is Coming Down the Line
#4 Carolina Moonshiner
The Simple Path of Wealth
Local Music Dayton intro with Brandon Berry
Two-day tickets are $15 in advance and one-day tickets are $10 at the door. Cover starts both days at 7 pm. This show is all ages, with guests under 18 requiring a guardian.
Presale Tickets end on Thursday, November 7 at 11:30pm.
Produced by Ten High Productions.
In October, our host Libby Ballengee had the honor of participating in the inaugural Dayton Peace Festival at the Dayton International Peace Museum. The festival was the brainchild of Chris Borland, Dayton native and former NFL linebacker as his response to the mass shooting here.
One of the elements of the festival was a set of forums on gun violence, mental health and racism. Libby was the moderator of the mental health forum, so she was able to monitor sound levels while she recorded the forum to release as this podcast. She attempted to record the other two, but unfortunately those had audio issues. Super disappointing, but we are looking forward to having future conversations with those panelists.
This summer has created collective trauma and grief – and many of us are still in denial or self medicating, but we are reminding all of you that seeking help is not a sign of weakness. Taking care of ourselves is what makes us Dayton Strong.
To work through these mental health topics, we have 3 distinguished panelists to discuss mental health:
Whitney Saleski – Whitney is a social worker in Dayton as well as an absolutely incredible freelance photojournalist. Her images are on display upstairs at the Peace Museum. Those images are a retrospective of this summer in Dayton. 5 years ago Whitney lost her father Stanley Saleski to suicide. That prompted her to take up photography again and start a suicide awareness project called the Stanley Sessions. You can also find her work online at stanleysessions.com and whitneysaleski.com.
Dr. Brian Ceccarelli- Brian is a retired orthopedic surgeon who practiced for 30 years. He has founded. ITSTIME2.org – an organization that wants to change the way people treat each other. He’s been hosting school presentations on acceptance, respect, and the reality of bullying, mental health and teen suicide.
Dr. Ken Yeager- Ken is a full professor at The Ohio State University, College of Medicine, Dept of Psychiatry – and is an expert in Mental Health and evidenced-based addiction treatment. Ken is also the Director of the STAR program. Which stands for Stress- Trauma and Resilience.
To find out more about the Dayton Peace Museum:
Harold Hensley – Songs of Home
The fellas have a great discussion about voting rights, the voting purge, voter disenfranchisement and how to ensure we as voters choose our representation as opposed to our representation selecting us as voters & gerrymandering and it’s affect on our community with Montgomery County Recorder Brandon McClain. Stay in contact with the fellas @recordermcclain & @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash. Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app. #YCMTUP #YouCantMakeThisUpPodcast
New World Natives is an American rock band featuring members of ThunderTaker and Risen From the Fall. Known for their combination of progressive rock and pop, the band also uses elements of metal, jazz, and funk to layer their songs. “Not Entirely Evil” is the first single from the band’s debut album and only hints at their talent and future promise.
Listen at https://www.newworldnatives.com/
Not Entirely Evil
Call of the Void
On Friday, November 1, the Yellow Cab Tavern is excited to host New World Natives for their debut album release show with support from BROTHERS in ARMS BAND, RIND, and Motel Faces. Cover starts at 8pm and music at 9pm with tickets at $7 in advance and $10 at the doors.
Tickets are available at https://www.soundvalleydayton.com/events/new-world-natives-album-release
Brothers in Arms Band
Brothers in Arms have fully absorbed decades of influences ranging from the heavy classic sounds of Black Sabbath to the soulful grooves of Gov’t Mule and the likes of Brothercane. These influences have all filtered through their original blend of musical perspective.
Listen at http://brothersinarmsband.com/
RIND is influenced by a wide range of rock music from 50’s to current artists, creating a unique sound, allowing them to breathe new life into many familiar styles. Since their debut, RIND has quickly become a staple in the Dayton and Tri-State music communities.
Listen at https://rockisnotdead.bandcamp.com/
Motel Faces wants to bring back the age of attitude, sex, and larger than life style associated with Rock and Roll. There’s no shame left for the stage after the group is through with each set; Thundering drums, infectious bass grooves, lightning guitar solos, and an in your face stage show are the signature features that define the Motel Faces experience.
Listen at https://motelfaces.com/
Cover starts at 8pm and tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at doors. Advanced tickets close on Thursday, October 31 at 11:30pm.
Produced by Ten High Productions.
After a bye week the fellas are back recapping BLACKtie weekend, Killa’s trip to Atlanta, Lala’s death on Power, NBA vs the Chinse Government, NBA season predictions. Plus, their top 10 hip hop songs of all time! Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash on twitter & IG! Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app.