There is no greater gift the city could have given me.Hit After Hit, Smash After Smash, Blockbuster After Blockbuster... His Doo-Wop oldies show can be heard on Sirius XM Radio. Well, okay--the three people on the camera crew sit near the cameras, but that's in the back of the room.Kurt and his new girlfriend were contacted repeatedly on Facebook with abusive messages by a mysterious woman called Suzie.One evening Kurt was violently stabbed by two masked men and narrowly escaped with his life.Ritchey has also worked as a video editor for the pharmaceutical firm, Merck and Company and a video producer for Apple, Inc. Since 2001, Van Buuren has hosted a weekly radio show called A State of Trance, which is broadcast to more than 37 million weekly listeners in 84 countries on over 100 FM radio stations.Scheduled to appear (in alphabetical order): Paul Big Bear, local well-loved area performer and singer Stephen Caldwell, male lead of the Original Orlons Billy Carlucci of the group, "Billy and the Essentials" Eddie Collins, former music director for "The Drifters" Danny and the Juniors (featuring Joe Terry & Frank Maffei) Gary De Carlo, former lead singer of the group, Steam Stevie Doo Wop, a local Delaware Valley nightclub performer Johnny B. Checks can be made payable to the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia.
When I moved to Philadelphia in the Summer of 2010, I remember being thrilled to have four seasons again.
In 1996, Armin released EP and Push on Timeless Records.
Van Buuren had his first success with a track called "Blue Fear", which was released under the Cyber Records label in 1997.
In 2000, Van Buuren started his own Armin van Buuren compilation series, a mix of progressive house and vocal trance styles of music.
His first compilation album, A State of Trance (not to be confused with his weekly A State of Trance radio shows), sold 10,000 copies and contains Van Buuren's remix of Moogwai, "Viola".