O. M. G. … Brace yourself good people, for you have no idea what you’re in for. Take a little girl, install an angel’s voice, an impish personality, and paste on a devilish smile under a red mane and freckled face… yup, that’s Gracie. Who better to belt out a classic from The King, than The undisputed Queen of Okie Tusk, Gracie Murrell. This ornery model student favored DJMM with her cherubic pipes and “dorky” personality tonight, singing four, no,… five (?) songs including “Hallelujah” and an old fave from The King himself. We caught an entire hour from the soon-to-be famous high school Junior from Stigler. She played Matt’s funky 70’s era StyleUhPhone, an accordian, her Fender acoustic and was eyeing our Groovy 60’s Yamaha Party Master organ in the corner. If you need a laugh, or a dozen, pop in for musical one-hit wonder with Gracie’s sweet, angelic tones. Tonight on Dr. Jeffrey and the MadMan. DJAMM-It. Say Hello, Gracie !
Pizza, please-ahhh ! Whatever you call it; college round steak, ‘za, pizza pie, or just dinner, pizza is one of everyone’s favorite dishes. Madman’s craving for the round cheese pies we all cave toward occasionally led to an interesting quest for the history of pizza and a trip to the Total Express, a local pizza favorite stop. January 8 is the birthday of The King himself, and if you don’t who that is, then you REALLY really need to listen to this week’s episode of DJMM. Donuts, Amazon and eBay shopping and selling are just a few of the deep and powerful subjects this worldly pair examine closely. Tune in, turn on and add parmesan. We’re worth another slice ! It’s Dr. Jeffrey and the Madman with extra cheese ! – DJMM
Doc and the Madman know that it was a bad week to be a celebrity in America. Star Wars movie icon and Hollywood royalty Carrie Fisher died, followed by her mother Debbie Reynolds, a marquee goddess left over from the golden age of Hollywood. Singer George Michael died Thursday in his sleep. Madman did his research and dug up some good stuff on all these folks and the legacies they left. #famousrichpeopleproblems. We also talk about the crazy things that happened in the last year, what happens when certain “delicate” medical procedures go RIGHT. It’s all tied together with a healthy dose of tongue-in-cheek humor plus our normal ramblings, rants and raging humor. Visit with us tonight at DJAMM! – Dr. Jeffrey and the Madman.
What was 2016 for Doc and the MadMan?? Ohhh.. just a big outdoor concert, a dozen guests, 50 hours of podcasts, dozens of new friends, new song releases, and TONS of new information about our town, the people who love it and the way we live. Not much, we say. Doc talks about new persective after major heart surgery, and the duo r-hash the happenings around the world and bid RIP to those who we lost along the way. There more, but it’s not a bore, so open your door… for 2017 as we say so long to a year for the record books ! DJAMM it !
Consider if you will, a young band with a great mindset, heads square on their shoulders, squeaky clean, friendly and hard working. Now consider the fact that they’re home grown, talented and own a sound like no other you’ve ever heard in any genre of music. Now… Consider the Raven is the name. Trevor McBane, Kelsey Shelton, Kyle Shelton and Levi “Fiddler” Mason visited with Doc and the MadMan tonight. Back home for a short break after their first tour with BIG name Christian band, Cleansed by Fire, CTR has a new look, a fresh name and the same great sound that launched their burgeoning success when they called themselves The Kingdom. It only required the tiniest bit of urging to get them to sing a few of their original tunes for us, plus an old time honored favorite. Christians by nature, theme and heart, their cross over appeal is certain to win fans from every corner of the popular music charts. Tune in and turn on to these brilliantly talented young people on their third visit to DJAMM Studios. We be DJAMMin’ tonite! – DJ and MM. Peace IN!!!
We’re kicking off this December with a different slant. We’re not really hoping for a white Christmas, but with today’s technology, we’ll know if the dog will be trace-able if he misses dinner and wassail ! The talk shifts to the leaps and bounds that medical technology has take in the recent past, with bio technology, cyber punk and the junk that kids funk up their faces with today. Can we depend on tiny patches of circuitry to read our thoughts? Our bones set by little ‘bots? Well, like it or ‘nots’, it’s here. We look at some of the great things that medicine may bring and discuss some of the more unsettling things that darker minds may present. Also, Doc’s got a new look for his first book, now available on our FB page, ’tis all the RAGE! Read Witching Water, via the written page ! It’s the December 1, 2016 version of Dr. Jeffrey and The MadMan ! DJAMMin’ it !