Greg Jevyak

Bosch Season 2 information


Bosch Season 2 launches on March 11, 2016 in the USA, the UK, Germany and Austria. It will pull stories mainly from Trunk Music with elements from The Drop and The Last Coyote. 

Season 2 official trailer on YouTube here https://youtu.be/HDmalm7AUd8

Visit the web site here http://www.michaelconnelly.com/extras/bosch-tv/ for links to the books in Season 2.

Michael Connelly on Bosch Season 2.  Follow this link to his web site for the Q&A http://www.michaelconnelly.com/about/interviews/bosch-season-2/

Follow Bosch on Facebook, on Twitter and on Instagram.

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J.C. Corcoran back on mornings at 93.1 FM The Classic Rock Station

 From the Facebook page of The Digital Showgram -

Word has leaked out unintentionally and very quickly, so here’s the update. In about a week to ten days, a heretofore, small signal out of Perryville, Missouri will jack its power to 50,000 watts, and hit the majority of the St. Louis metro. (It’s currently on low power while the upgrades are being made.) And so:

THE Classic Rock Station

Two years ago St. Louis lost its only classic rock radio station. All that was left were stations that tried to mix classic rock with schmaltzy pop, or softer classic hits mixed with Top 40 and disco. The new “93.1 KBDZ” plays 100%, pure classic rock. Beatles, Stones, Who, Genesis, Floyd, Aerosmith, Zeppelin, Doors, Styx, Santana, Bowie, Eagles, REO, Fleetwood Mac, Steely Dan, Neil Young, Petty and more. All day. Every day.

What’s more, the legendary JC Corcoran hosts “93.1 KBDZ’s” 6-to-9 am slot with “The Morning Showgram.” “93.1 KBDZ’s” massive, 50,000-watt signal covers the majority of the St. Louis metro, and pushes as far as Cape Girardeau to the south, across southwestern Missouri, and well into southwestern Illinois.

Welcome to the new “93.1 KBDZ.”

Scheduled launch: Monday, February 15th, 2016

Here is the link to an article by Joe Holleman of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from February 2, 2016 titled J.C. Corcoran coming back to classic rock radio.

http://www.stltoday.com/lifestyles/columns/joe-holleman/j-c-corcoran-coming-back-to-classic-rock-radio/article_ce30bd3f-e5e9-5d35-a2bc-159154d99344.html

Classic Rock 93.1 is also available on the TuneIn Radio app if you can’t receive the 50,000 watt FM station.

J.C. Corcoran’s Digital Showgram (subscription $4.99/month) is available weekdays from 6:30-7:15am and by podcast at www.jcontheline.com

Weekdays from 11am-1pm JC can be heard at 590AM The Fan with Bob Ramsey & Jeff Vernetti.  http://590thefan.com


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2 News Articles About BOSCH TV, Titus Welliver & Michael Connelly

Titus Welliver on Playing the Eponymous Bosch and Why He Avoids Network Dramas
www.vulture.com/2015/02/titus-welliver-bosch-amazon.html

Michael Connelly & Titus Welliver on What 'Bosch' Says About Police

http://www.indiewire.com/article/michael-connelly-titus-welliver-on-what-bosch-says-about-police-post-ferguson-20150218

BOSCH TV from www.MichaelConnelly.com

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All 10 episodes of the series are streaming on Amazon Prime Instant Video in the USA, the UK, and Germany.
Watch in the USA: http://amzn.to/192NqZE
Watch in the UK: http://amzn.to/1BAHm3Z
Watch in Germany: http://amzn.to/1zQ8T1X (a dubbed version will begin streaming in June)

Learn more about Amazon’s Prime Instant Video service here. Sign up for an Amazon Prime Free Trial period here.

In Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway: watch via HBO Nordic. 
In Canada: stream via CraveTV.
In New Zealand:  coming via Sky Television, date to be determined.
In Italy: coming via Eagle Pictures, date to be determined.
In Australia: Producers are working on getting distribution. Stay tuned.
In Ireland: Producers are working on getting distribution. Stay tuned.
We will add updates about other countries as the news comes in.


Tess has passed


Tess passed away early Sunday, January 29, 2017. She was 15 years, 2 months old. She had aged into a graceful, gray-faced, sweetheart. My companion and happy girl till the end. I’m glad I could comfort and hold her as she passed.

She was the last of my original four Labradors. The end of an era. Gone, but never to be forgotten. You came to me at a time when there was turmoil in my life. The black Labrador Retriever puppy that made me laugh every day with her antics as she grew up.

She had two litters of puppies and was an excellent mom to them. Hey, you try feeding 8 kids and then licking up their poop and pee when they were tiny -- Mom of the year. In both litters, she had one yellow pup in a sea of black ones. A male in one, a female in another. She carried that gene along with the chocolate gene.

Tess had her own style completely different from my other Labs. She was my goofy girl. Always quick with a face lick, a big happy face, a tail wag that could knock you over. She never had a problem getting right in your face for a pet or hug. Tess made her presence known but after she had some time with you was content to curl up or stretch out and keep an eye on you from across the room. If I whispered her name she would wag her tail so hard it sounded like a bass drum thumping away.

She was Abbey’s best friend and constant buddy. When I brought Tess home, Abbey scooped her up, took her to her bed and fell asleep with her. For many years Abbey had the size over Tess. It was around age 3-4 that Tess realized she had the height on Abbey and could give her a run for the money.

Those two knew how to have fun together and their rough play sounded more dramatic than it was. She was sweet on Casey but knew that he was Abbey’s guy but had a muzzle lick for him each day.

Always ready for a car ride and an adventure, she traveled with me to every state surrounding Missouri and Illinois. She was a good retriever in the field and loved to swim and get her downed ducks. She loved people and enjoyed doing meet and greets whenever she could.

This girl knew her snacks and even in old age could hear the refrigerator door open or a slice of American cheese being unwrapped. Her favorite way to spend an evening was chewing on a bull stick and then taking a nap.


Rest in Peace sweet Tess. Keep an eye out for Casey, Abbey, and Darby. It’s your time to run and play in the fields with them forever. I’ll catch up with you guys down the road.

Tess
Dutch Hollow’s Cure The Blues JH
November 17, 2001 to January 29, 2017