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Can Internet Radio Save The Local Indie Music Scene In Tinseltown

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Meet up with some friend after work for drinks and live music. Plan a date with your honey. Music is always in the air in Orange County. You can find top artists and the most popular bands taking the stage on any given night, OC now sets the scene for local and well-known groups to perform, outpacing Los Angles and San Diego counties, and thanks to c4ocradio.com, an OC based internet radio station the revival is real and growing. Local bands are performing at their best with audiences enjoy a memorable night out while discovering great new music. it is important to support our local music scene. With our support and their drive, the person you see now might just be the next Gwen Stefani or Mozart in the future. C4ocradio.com has built a platform for unsigned, indie bands and artist to showcase their talents to a broad national and international audience.

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Local bands and artist play 24/7, 365 days a year with little commercial interruptions, our sponsors and supporters help spread our Brand at such events as The Namm Show and an array of music festivals with big name bands supoorted by our local talent. Some of these nation bands have homegrown roots right here in Orange County. C4ocradio.com has compiled a playlist of more than 2,500 artist that rotate throughout the day. All the DJ’s and personalities have a loyal fallowing on all the social media sites as well as on the c4ocradio.com web page where you can access the radio station player, scroll our list of artist and bands, make requests, read blogs, order merchandise and leave comments. The station also has an array of other services that is offered to help our advertisers, sponsors and musicians to enhance, promote their brands. The place for local artist.

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The Crow is a contributing writer for c4ocradio.com/listenlive

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‘We Saw A Bright Light And It Just Disappeared’ Multiple Pilots Report UFO’S

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Several bright objects were seen traveling quickly in the skies off the coast of Ireland. Several commercials airline pilots reported a series of fast-moving unidentified objects in the skies off the west coast of Ireland last week in an incident now under investigation. The incident began when a British Airways pilot flying from Montreal to London’s Heathrow Airport contacted Shannon Air Traffic Control in Ireland to ask if there were any military aircraft in the vicinity. One pilot said the object or objects were traveling at “astronomical” speeds of at least Mach 2, or twice the speed of sound, The Irish Times reported. The pilot replied that two objects had approached on the left and then “rapidly” veered toward the north. “We saw a bright light and it just disappeared at a very high speed,” she said. “Glad it wasn’t just me,” the Norwegian Air pilot flying from Stewart Airport in New York to Shannon, Ireland said.A Virgin Airlines flight from Orlando to Manchester, UK, then reported “two bright lights” that “seemed to bank over to the right and then climb away at high speed.”  The pilot described “a meteor or another object making some kind of reentry, appears to be multiple objects following the same sort of trajectory, very bright from where we were.”

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The British Airways flight was a Boeing 787, the Virgin aircraft was a Boeing 747 and the Norwegian Air flight was a Boeing 737, The Irish Examiner reported. Very interesting report on Shannon high level Friday 9 November at 0630z with multiple aircraft with reported sightings of a UFO over County Kerry. A spokesperson for Shannon Airport told the broadcaster that there would be no comment until an investigation is completed. According to the BBC, the Irish Aviation Authority is now investigating the reports of “unusual air activity.” At least one expert said he knows what the object was ― and it wasn’t a UFO. David Moore, head of Astronomy Ireland, told the Irish Times that he was “1,000 percent sure” it was a meteorite and had received at least four reports of a fireball from people on the country’s west coast. “We had some reports of a massive fireball this morning!” Astronomy Ireland wrote on Friday. That report said it was moving “quite slow” and noted that it “broke up into several pieces.” His organization also noted the sighting at the time on Facebook. In response to a question about the UFO sighting, the organization wrote that a fireball breaking up “really does look like a fleet of aircraft/UFO’s (sic) flying by.”

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