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more on the week that was…

in a sneak look at this week’s ralphie report – which will be published in the weekender.

As if “Concert for a Cause 6” didn’t bring enough of a live music party to Northeast PA last week, 97 BHT brought a little more.

Epic Records artist Kat DeLuna ran the show last weekend inside The Wilkes-Barre Hardware Bar. Kat killed it – in a set just shy of a half-hour that included her hits “Whine Up” and “Run The Show.”

“C’mon PA – we gonna get it poppin’!” Kat emphatically yelled while dancing and singing.

The Bronx-born singer also encouraged the jam-packed audience to join on the fun. In between songs, DeLuna brought a bride-to-be on stage. With Kat’s buoying, the future misses grinded to Enur’s “Calabria”, while masses of college students and thirty-something’s alike cheered.

It’s interesting enough that the former opera singer leads the party inside bars and clubs across the nation. After all, she’s only 20 years old.

“It’s funny because usually I like, go in, perform, and then they’re like, ‘Get out – you have to get out quick!’” Kat said the night previous to the show.

Of course, DeLuna was anything but hurried out of Hardware Bar. After taking refuge in her dressing room, Kat spent another forty minutes meeting and greeting BHT V.I.P. winners in a back hallway directly outside the drinking establishment. Everyone snapped pictures, snagged autographed photos, and even received a compliment or two about their attire.

This certainly isn’t the last anyone will see of the Dominican-rooted star. Her CD, 9 Lives, is set for a summer re-release. Kat’s manager allowed BHT a quick listen to one of the new tracks for the LP – a song that Akon produced and hopped on. The record could be a summer anthem, similar to last year’s “Whine Up.”

THE POLITICAL INFERNO CEASES

Last Tuesday, the dust kicked up by the Presidential Primary in Northeast PA finally settled. In the end, Senator Hillary Clinton emerged from the raucous victorious. The candidate, who spent summers vacationing in Lake Winola, defeated Senator Barack Obama by 10 points. Here in NEPA – Clinton’s margin of victory reached 3-to-1.

About an hour before the polls closed, Senator Clinton reached out to 97 BHT – speaking exclusively with A.J. In The Afternoon and myself.

While speaking with A.J., Clinton reminisced about her vacations in the area, and her grandfather and father’s strong ties to Scranton. I immediately inquired about her plans to help reduce the cost of higher education. I also couldn’t help but ask the junior senator about her current emotions.

“I’m always excited, and a little anxious,” Clinton admitted.

Clinton didn’t need to worry, as her candidacy lived to see another primary.

kat + clinton = crazy week.

seriously, this week just kept twirling inside the bht studios…




more about the week that was, and the reason for a lack of postings, here

tonight on the ralphie radio show…

- 7:15 – michael hundgen from tmz talking about mariah’s big no-no…
http://www.tmz.com/2008/04/24/mariah-goes-from-s-t-list-to-blacklist/

- 7:20 – opening up the guest list for club x inside evolution at the woods!

- 8:00 – gallery of sound top 8 at 8 w/ kat deluna VIP passes!
http://www.97bht.com/Article.asp?id=657342

- 9:15 – qualifying you to check out madonna’s CD release party!
http://www.97bht.com/Article.asp?id=662266

- 10:00 – can watching baseball w/ your other half help the relationship?
http://ralphieaversa.blogspot.com/2008/04/ha-i-knew-it.html

plus complete and total debauchary! the ralphie radio show – 7-12a est – online @ 97bht.com

i’ve never loved listening to t-pain/akon so much…


seriously, how amazing is this?

new fergie sex & the city track!

you knew it’d “leak” eventually – this will be the theme to the forthcoming movie in may.

thoughts?

tonight on the ralphie radio show…

- 7:15 – michael hundgen from tmz talking about mariah’s big no-no…
http://www.tmz.com/2008/04/24/mariah-goes-from-s-t-list-to-blacklist/

- 7:20 – opening up the guest list for club x inside evolution at the woods!

- 8:00 – gallery of sound top 8 at 8 w/ kat deluna VIP passes!
http://www.97bht.com/Article.asp?id=657342

- 9:15 – qualifying you to check out madonna’s CD release party!
http://www.97bht.com/Article.asp?id=662266

- 10:00 – can watching baseball w/ your other half help the relationship?
http://ralphieaversa.blogspot.com/2008/04/ha-i-knew-it.html

plus complete and total debauchary! the ralphie radio show – 7-12a est – online @ 97bht.com

i’ve never loved listening to t-pain/akon so much…


seriously, how amazing is this?

new fergie sex & the city track!

you knew it’d “leak” eventually – this will be the theme to the forthcoming movie in may.

thoughts?

where you need to be tonight!

97 BHT and The Weekender Present: “Concert For A Cause VI”


“Concert For A Cause VI: A Benefit Show For United Way Autism Programs” will take place on Wednesday, April 23, 2008 at The Woodlands Inn & Resort in Plains Township. With 38 bands on the bill, it is the largest CFC event ever and will feature four stages: two in the Grand Ballroom, one in Club Evolution and one in the Streamside Bandstand. Music will run continuously from 6pm-2am.

Performing at the event will be Fighting Zero, Newpastlife, 40-Lb. Head, Lessen One, Owen’s Grudge, The Five Percent, The Kermit Alphonso Project, Flaxy Morgan, k8, Music For Models, Giants of Despair with Bret Alexander, Spit Can, Original Black Dog Band, Bliss, The NonRefundables, popShop, OurAfter, Panacea, M-80, Remixtd, Ashfall, Go-Go Gadjet, Bad Hair Day, George Wesley, Dirty Water, The Drama Club, Lemongelli, Farmer’s Daughter, VibeLine, Nicole Erin Carey, Morning Pride, Crush, Nowhere Slow, Destination West, The SilenTreatment, The Black Orkid, Cabinet and Iron Cowboy.

“Concert For a Cause” began in 1999 as “Concert For Karen” and became “Concert For A Cause” in 2003. Past beneficiaries have included the Leukemia Society of America, V.I.S.I.O.N, Children’s Service Center, Luzerne County Head Start, Wyoming Valley Children’s Association and Child Development Council of NEPA. The event began with seven bands on one stage and has since grown more than five times in size. Though the donation request for admission has never been more than $7, the event to date has raised more than $141,000 for these agencies. Last month, organizers and sponsors of the event met and, in consultation with the United Way of Wyoming Valley, decided that CFC VI would support local autism programs.

where you need to be tonight!

97 BHT and The Weekender Present: “Concert For A Cause VI”


“Concert For A Cause VI: A Benefit Show For United Way Autism Programs” will take place on Wednesday, April 23, 2008 at The Woodlands Inn & Resort in Plains Township. With 38 bands on the bill, it is the largest CFC event ever and will feature four stages: two in the Grand Ballroom, one in Club Evolution and one in the Streamside Bandstand. Music will run continuously from 6pm-2am.

Performing at the event will be Fighting Zero, Newpastlife, 40-Lb. Head, Lessen One, Owen’s Grudge, The Five Percent, The Kermit Alphonso Project, Flaxy Morgan, k8, Music For Models, Giants of Despair with Bret Alexander, Spit Can, Original Black Dog Band, Bliss, The NonRefundables, popShop, OurAfter, Panacea, M-80, Remixtd, Ashfall, Go-Go Gadjet, Bad Hair Day, George Wesley, Dirty Water, The Drama Club, Lemongelli, Farmer’s Daughter, VibeLine, Nicole Erin Carey, Morning Pride, Crush, Nowhere Slow, Destination West, The SilenTreatment, The Black Orkid, Cabinet and Iron Cowboy.

“Concert For a Cause” began in 1999 as “Concert For Karen” and became “Concert For A Cause” in 2003. Past beneficiaries have included the Leukemia Society of America, V.I.S.I.O.N, Children’s Service Center, Luzerne County Head Start, Wyoming Valley Children’s Association and Child Development Council of NEPA. The event began with seven bands on one stage and has since grown more than five times in size. Though the donation request for admission has never been more than $7, the event to date has raised more than $141,000 for these agencies. Last month, organizers and sponsors of the event met and, in consultation with the United Way of Wyoming Valley, decided that CFC VI would support local autism programs.