Callywood Live Co-Producer for this show is Premiere Booking AgencyPremiere
Booking Agency is owned by Autumn L. Brown who also owns Access
Entertainment Productions. Autumn has been in the music businessSince 1992 has a stellar roster of hit makers: Tyler Collins, Kristinia DeBargeMiki Howard, Adina Howard,DeBarge, Lil Kim, Joonie, Porscha Coleman, The “D” list headed by Darious McCrary, Lil Zane , song and Karen Briggs to name of few. Premiere
Booking Agency is an Urban Music Celebrity Booking Agency that has a
star roster of music artists. The Top artists on the roster are also
television and movie stars, which makes our agency unique.PBA does management, booking and consulting; in addition to local and major booking.All Major booking is by referral only; we do not accept unsolicited submissions. ============================================The DeBarge FamilyDeBarge's
next album, In A Special Way, continued the string, with "Love Me In A
Special Way" and the pretty "Time Will Reveal" topping the Soul and
Adult Contemporary charts, and 1985's Rhythm of the Night became the
group's biggest yet, as its dance-oriented title cut went gold, and the
follow up single, "Who's Holding Donna Now," hitting top 10 Pop and
Soul. The multitalented DeBarge family is back and getting ready to do a 20 show tour.============================================Kristinia DeBarge’sfirst
single off her debut album is already looking like a smash at pop radio
and can be heard in Nivea’s latest TV campaign. It may be called
“Goodbye” but she’s not going anywhere!At just 19-years-old,
Kristinia’s emotions run deep. She’s learning and growing while she
experiences life, love and relationships along with her young fans.
Kristinia knows that she doesn’t have all the answers but on her
captivating first album, her fans will absolutely relate to her as they
join her ride of self-discovery.Kristinia is no stranger to the
music business. She’s the daughter of 80s pop star James DeBarge but her
road to a record deal was not handed over to her without patience,
perseverance and hard work. Kristinia knew she wanted to be a singer at
the age of three but didn’t reveal this passion to her dad until she was
twelve. “He wanted me to be a doctor or lawyer. I tried to be open to
other careers because I didn’t want to disappoint him but my heart was
set on singing,” Kristinia remembers. The same day that Kristinia told
him she wanted to sing, they recorded a duet together called “How I Feel
Inside.” “Our studio session ended at 4 am and my dad asked me after
all those hours and after all that work if I still wanted to do this,”
she recalls. “When I answered yes, that’s how he knew I was serious
about being a singer.” ============================================Callywood is the only radio show hosting the New Music of Tyler Collins.Tyler Collinswas
born in Harlem, New York in 1966. She was raised in Detroit Michigan
and took lessons in dance and theare. As she got better, Collins
performed with a childrens theatre group Willow Opera Workshop in Los
Angeles, California.Entering the music industry, Collins joined the
group Boys Next Door in 1987. They were signed to Jermaine Jackson's
Work Records label. Two years later, she left the group and signed with
RCA Records. The same year, Collins released her debut album Girls Nite
Out. The lead single for the album, 'Whatcha Gonna Do' was cowritten by
Collins and reached #8 on the R&B charts. The title track for the
album came out in 1989 and did well, reaching #6 on the Hot 100 and #8
on the R&B charts.Collins has written a lot for other artists
including Celine Dion, Shanice and Jeffrey Osborne. In 1995, Collins was
part of the song 'Freedom' from the movie Panther. Outside of
her musical ventures, Collins has appeared in several shows and movies.
In 1991, she played the role of Tina in the movie A Rage In Harlem. She
also appeared in the movie Why Colors? and was Cinderella in an episode
of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.===========================================Jooniewas initially discovered by rap icon Warren G, who was instrumental in helping him get his first label deal at the age of 21.He
took an introspective hiatus from the music industry, for a while, and
stayed behind the scenes, writing, arranging, producing or playing
instrumentals for other artists including, Ruben Studdard, Nappy Roots
and unreleased collaborations with Angie Stone and Mos Def, but his
talent would once again surface to the forefront. After touring and
performing with Elliott Yamin, the audience reactions to Joonie's
performances night after night were overwhelming and undeniable that
people wanted to hear more from him.Acoustic Love, Joonie's
debut album, released on April 27, 2010 is real music, expressing his
feelings about love and relationships, explored from a very rare point
of view in current popular music; one where romance exists, women, are
valued and appreciated, a story is told and pure emotions are expressed
set to perfect arrangements with infectious rhythms.We would
love to have Joonie on the Monique Show and Perform his Hit song, "So
Fly" and talk about what it is like to be be in the spotlight as a
singer /songwriter. If the show is interested in having Joonie on the
show, then please give me a call. Thank you for your time and
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McKinley Freeman, one of the stars of VH1's "Hit The Floor" discusses the hit show.
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Stephanie's guests debate the impact science may have on pregnancy in the future, will parents be able to choose the characteristics of their unborn children?
Colorado Rapids 'keeper Clint Irwin joins the show to talk about the return of the MLS, and his favorite TV show "True Detective."
A great chat with Academy Award winner, Golden Globe winner, and Emmy Award winner, Patty Duke who has her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
USA Today college basketball reporter Nicole Auerbach is live from the ACC Tournament and Harvard guard Matt Fraschilla talks about the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
Teen hosts discuss how public perceptions of gambling can lead to problems for young people.
UFC Hall of Famer, Dan Severn talks about his career in mixed martial arts, WWE pro wrestling, and what he is up to these days after retirement.
Self Defense expert Robin Ball, talks about the Piers Morgan cancellation and rise in women buying guns.
Pastor Paul Begley gives his theories on the whereabouts of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
Adam Levin and Michael Falcon discuss the dangers of social media and information over-sharing for Millennials
Eileen Pollack, professor of creative writing at the University of Michigan and author of “Breaking and Entering” discussing women in science.
"Almost Human" star Lili Taylor talks about new movie "The Cold Lands."
UFC welterweight contender Robbie "Ruthless" Lawler talks about his fight with Johny Hendricks at UFC 171 for the vacant welterweight title.
Legal analyst Mickey Sherman and CNN analyst Richard Herman discuss week 2 of the Oscar Pistorius trial in South Africa.
Taking a look at the Falcons' free agency moves, including the signing of RG Jon Asamoah, DE Tyson Jackson, and NT Paul Soliai.
Talking relationships with 4-time NAACP Image Award nominated actor, Aaron D. Spears, from BET's "Being Mary Jane."
Talking with 8-time MrOlympia Lee Haney about his upcoming 2014 Ultimate Sports & Fitness Challenge.
Former San Francisco Giants player Andrew "Dee" Dixon discusses his foundation to motivate kids in Jamaica through baseball.
Talking with Roger McGuinn - co-founder of The Byrds, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee.
Season Three concludes with a soulful performance by Grammy nominated singer Raheem DeVaughn, and spoken word performances by Theresa tha S.O.N.G.B.I.R.D, Vision and returning poet Jon Goode.
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Joy Keys provides her listeners with insight to improve their lives mentally, physically, monetarily and emotionally. Past guests on the show have included Meshell Nedegeocello, Blair Underwood, in addition to an impressive list of CEOs, humanitarians and authors.
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