LIVIN the GOOD LIFE SHOW

LIVIN THE GOOD LIFE SHOW

AMERICA’S #1 INDEPENDENT & FAMILY OWNED TRAVEL, SPORTS AND LIFESTYLE RADIO NETWORK, LIVIN’ the GOOD LIFE on the Tee It Up Radio Network continues to expand its syndicated reach nationally and touch sports & lifestyle fans every Sunday morning 6-8am PST / 9-11 EST. 31 years in the making come 2022, the network is reaching millions of lifestyle and travel enthusiasts across the US including Hawaii and Canada. Regular segments include the Sports Rundown, Celebrity Spotlight, On the Road, Cannabis Healing w/ AJ, Live PGA Tour Report, This week in Baseball, NFL pick'ems and many more. read less
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actor, D.B. SWEENEY joins the show
Apr 30 2024
actor, D.B. SWEENEY joins the show
D.B. stars in the newest Francis Ford Coppola film, Megalopolis - to be released in 2024.Before breaking through as an actor on Broadway in The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, D.B. Sweeney played baseball, worked in construction, drove cabs and cooked in some of America’s finest restaurants. His many stage appearances led to movies and television where he’s played dozens of memorable roles including Shoeless Joe Jackson in Eight Men Out, Doug Dorsey in The Cutting Edge, Travis Walton in Fire in the Sky, and Dish Boggett in the landmark Lonesome Dove miniseries.During his time in the New York Theatre, D.B. was discovered by directing legend Francis Ford Coppola and offered the leading role of Jackie Willow in Gardens of Stone opposite James Caan and James Earl Jones. This indelible and critically acclaimed performance led to a series of major parts in studio films including No Man’s Land with Charlie Sheen, the World War II hit Memphis Belle, the star studded Eight Men Out and the enduring romantic comedy The Cutting Edge. Other films include Roommates with Peter Falk, Hear No Evil with Marlee Matlin, Blue Desert with Courtney Cox, A Day in October, Spawn, Heaven is a Playground, Spike Lee’s Miracle at St Anna, Hardball with Keanu Reeves and Yellow. Sweeney also made his debut as screenwriter, director and producer with Two Tickets to Paradise. The film stars John C. McGinley, Ed Harris, Moira Kelly and D.B. in the tale of three high school buddies who try to re-capture their long gone glory days in a hilarious road trip adventure. The story strikes a chord among viewers who invariably see themselves or their hometown friends as one or more of the film’s deeply resonant and archetypical characters. D.B. has received dozens of accolades and awards for creating Two Tickets to Paradise including Best Narrative Feature at the Savannah Film Festival, the Audience Choice Award at The Vail Film Festival, Best Director at the Boston Film Festival and many more.On television, D.B. starred in four series: as the mysterious Chance Harper in Strange Luck, Special Agent Scott Stoddard in C-16 FBI, mercenary Mike Pinocchio in Chris Carter’s Harsh Realm and as the clueless Mr. Whitman on Life As We Know It. TV films include the Emmy winning Miss Rose White with Kyra Sedgewick and the Emmy and Golden Globe winning Introducing Dorothy Dandridge opposite Halle Berry. D. B. has guest starred on some of television’s greatest shows from NYPD Blue to House, CSI to Jericho and The Event.He continues to perform on stage regularly, especially at Hollywood’s Blank Theatre, where he is a founding board member.One of the preeminent voice talents in the industry, D.B. created characters for the animated Disney films Dinosaur and Brother Bear and is the signature promotional performer for the Oprah Winfrey Network. He will soon be heard on Finneas and Ferb and in the film Boxcar Children. He currently narrates All Access for Showtime, Discovery Channel’s Mountain Men and Ice Pilots for Nat Geo. Past and present advertising accounts include Bud Lite, Lincoln Cars, Coca Cola, Major League Baseball, John Deere, NFL Network, Direct TV, Hallmark, Conocco Phillips and the NHL.
Michael Schwartz, HC of E. Carolina University, Men's Basketball
Apr 4 2024
Michael Schwartz, HC of E. Carolina University, Men's Basketball
Michael Schwartz enters his second season as head coach of the East Carolina men's basketball program after being appointed the 24th head coach in program history on March 16, 2022.In Schwartz's first season at the helm, the Pirates posted a 16-17 overall record and a 6-12 mark in conference play. The 16 wins were the most for the Pirate program in nearly a decade (2013-14) and the six conference victories tied for the most since the Pirates joined the American prior to the start of the 2014-15 season. ECU defeated South Florida 73-58 in the first round of the AAC tournament to win its first game in the tournament since 2017. Under Schwartz's guidance, Ezra Ausar led all AAC freshmen in field goal percentage at 56 percent (5th best in AAC) to become the first Pirate freshman since 2019 to be unanimously selected to the All-AAC Freshman Team. The Pirates were also one of the league's top offensive rebounding clubs at 12.2 per game and in rebounding margin at +2.1, led by Brandon Johnson's 8.1 rebounds and 10 double-doubles.Considered one of the most versatile and well-rounded assistant coaches in college basketball, Schwartz spent the last seven seasons on staff at the University of Tennessee – including four as the associate head coach. In the fall of 2019, Schwartz earned feature placement on The Athletic's list of the nation's top-25 up-and-coming college basketball coaches.  Schwartz also boasts valuable experience with USA Basketball, having served in a support capacity for the 2000 USA Youth Development Festival, the 2000 USA National Select Team—coached by Mike Jarvis and Bob Huggins and featuring future NBA stars Shane Battier and Jason Richardson—and the 2001 Young Men's World Championship Trials.
CHAMPIONS TOUR REPORT — Galleri Classic
Mar 25 2024
CHAMPIONS TOUR REPORT — Galleri Classic
THIS SEGMENT is presented by IMMUNO150.comTHE GALLERI CLASSIC UNVEILS ITS 2024 PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS FIELD, INCLUDING SIX WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAMERS, FIVE PAST WORLD NO. 1S AND 19 PGA TOUR MAJOR CHAMPIONS AT MISSION HILLS COUNTRY CLUBRANCHO MIRAGE, CALIF. – The majority of the field for The Galleri Classic Presented by Spotlight 29 Casino was finalized on Friday with 74-of-78 players set for the second-annual PGA TOUR Champions golf tournament, contested March 29-31 on the Dinah Shore Tournament Course at iconic Mission Hills Country Club.The Galleri Classic, named after title sponsor GRAIL’s multi-cancer early detection test, is a 54-hole event and next week’s winner will be awarded $330,000 from a $2.2 million purse.Those entered into next week’s Galleri Classic include 2023 PGA TOUR Champions Player of the Year and Charles Schwab Cup winner Steve Stricker, 2023 Galleri Classic champion David Toms, World Golf Hall of Famers and past World No. 1s Fred Couples, Ernie Els and Vijay Singh, World Golf Hall of Famer Retief Goosen, past World No. 1s David Duval and Tom Lehman, two-time major champion and long-hitting fan favorite John Daly and 2023 Galleri Classic runner-up and 2022 Charles Schwab Cup champion Steven Alker. Stricker will raise awareness of multi-cancer early detection as an ambassador for Galleri.Daily ticket options for The Galleri Classic, including official Pro-Am rounds on Wednesday and Thursday (March 27-28) and three rounds of competition from March 29-31, are on sale at the tournament’s website, www.TheGalleriClassic.com.“PGA TOUR Champions golf in the Coachella Valley is a perfect match, as evidenced by last year’s inaugural Galleri Classic, and we are confident our 2024 sequel can be even better than the original,” said Michelle DeLancy, tournament director of The Galleri Classic. “We believe The Galleri Classic is already one of the circuit’s premier events, and we have the golf course and a field of legends, major champions and personalities to prove it.”The Galleri Classic awarded sponsor exemptions to 1991 PGA Championship and 1995 Open Championship winner John Daly, Notah Begay III, Boo Weekley, Mario Tiziani (tied for fifth place in the 2023 Galleri Classic) and Jeff Brehaut.