Two LIVE Talk Show Events, Concert for our Troops, Military Families

Colorado Springs, Colorado, July 21, 2008 – Bob Calvert, Host of the internationally listened to Talking with Heroes Program announces Two LIVE On The Internet Talk Show Events that take place July 26, 2008. The first event broadcasts LIVE on the StardustRadio.Com Network from 1:30pm to 3:30pm EST at the 2008 Marine Parents United Conference in Chantilly, VA.

The Conference takes place at the Westfield Marriott Washington Dulles – Chantilly, VA – July 25-27, 2008. The Talk Show Event begins at 1:30pm in The Adams Room.

Each annual Marine Parents United Conference educates, uplifts, inspires, and supports Marine parents. For the Fifth Annual Marine Parents United in Freedom Conference from July 25-27, 2008, in Chantilly, Va., and are providing video and radio coverage.

Alan Gray, editor-in-chief of NewsBlaze said, “Marine Parents United is a dynamic group that always executes its mission and works well with other military support groups – we are proud to offer our support. Marine Parents United and Soldiers Angels made it possible for News Blaze to video The Fifth Annual Marine Parents United in Freedom Conference.

Marcia Gould, founding member of Marine Parents United said, “Our mission is to help Marines and their families. We present a ‘Marine Mall’ for non-profit organizations and commercial vendors all day Saturday, along with an auction for fundraising. Donations from corporations, organizations, and individuals help keep costs down for attendees so many military families can take advantage of this conference.”

Joyce Gilmour, military mom and treasurer of Marine Parents United said, “Parents and others can still take part in The 2008 United in Freedom Conference. A limited number of Rooms are available at $99 per night; contact Joyce Gilmore – [email protected] today to ensure a place. and are to collaborate on a live talk show, over StardustRadio.Com. With News Blaze running video, Bob Calvert interviews:

  • Joyce Gilmour, Marine Parents United
  • Allison Barber, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs
  • Al Andres, Cisco Systems
  • Bron R. Mogenis, Retired FBI, Vice Commander of the Department of the District of Columbia, American Legion
  • Nina Gayheart, Operation Interdependence
  • SSGT Michael W. Nichols, USMC Senior Drill Instructor
  • Patti Smith, Central Illinois Proud Families of Marines
  • Linda Kelly, Operation Never Forgotten
  • Paula L. Zwillinger, Semper Fi Parents of Hudson Valley
  • Beth Pennington, Military Missions Online
  • Mariann Jordan, Marine Parents United
  • Bridget C. Cantrell, Ph.D., Hearts Toward Home International
  • Virginia Cano, US Marine Mom of three
  • Scott Burgess, Accident Fund Insurance Company of America
  • Matthew Dick, Soldiers Angels
  • Monica Dillon D.C. Coordinator, Soldiers Angels Wounded Team
  • The Honorable B. Robert Okun, Thanks USA
  • Connie Riecke, Executive Director Marine Corps Family Foundation
  • Lee Greenwood, Musician and Singer

    The talk show is live on July 26 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. EST. To listen LIVE at 1:30 p.m. EST Go to:

    The Second LIVE Talk Show Event takes place at a Concert to Benefit Military Families at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. This event is part of a fundraising drive to provide scholarships for military spouses and dependents. The Warner Theater rooftop garden is a wonderful location for the second Talk Show Event; followed by the Live Concert webcast over the Internet by TV Worldwide at .

    Watch the live to tape webcast Talk Show event at . 6pm EST. The Concert Webcast also will be LIVE on . at 7:00pm EST from the beautiful Warner Theater. Talking with Heroes and collaborate with TvWorldwide to bring the talk show and concert to computers worldwide and to our Troops overseas, wherever they serve, and to their families.

    The talk show also airs Aug 10th on the regular Sunday night Talking with Heroes Program on www.StardustRadio.Com

    On this program Bob Calvert Interviews:

  • Dave Gardy, CEO of
  • Bob and Deanna Okun, Rachel Okun (12 years old) and Kelsi Okun (10 years old) Founders of
  • Scott Sturla Singer/Songwriter from Pompton plains N.J – Brother Severely Injured in Iraq – Family started
  • Robert Johnson – Thanks USA Scholarship recipient
  • First Class Sergeant Dana Bowman (Ret) U.S. Army where he was a Special Forces Soldier and a member of the U.S. Army’s elite parachute team, the Golden Knights. Dana Bowman is a double amputee. He lost his legs in an accident during the annual Golden Knights training in Yuma, Arizona, in 1994.
  • Mylin Singer
  • Monty Holmes Country Music Songwriter and Artist
  • Leslie Satcher Critically Acclaimed singer/songwriter
  • Stephen Cochran – Iraq and Afghanistan Marine Veteran – Country Songwriter and Artist

    For Details and Pictures of these two Events click on the Links on the home page to both of these talk show events.

    Contact Info:

    Bob Calvert, Host

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 719-310-7814

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