Darryl Arnez (DA) Williams grew up in Chestnut Hill, a suburb of the musically rich city of Philadelphia, P.A. and was born in a broadcasting / musical family.
His father, Kae (loud mouth) Williams Sr., ( February 4th 1921 - December 29, 1989) was a pioneer radio personality and one of the earliest DJs to play the Blues. He was instrumental in the careers of legendary artists such as Solomon Burke , B.B. King, Doo-Wop group - The Silhouettes, Yvonne Baker, the Sensations and was instrumental in starting Mary Mason's career in radio at WHAT radio.
His brother was Ulysses Kae Williams Jr., (March 7, 1956 - July 11, 2008) a well known record producer and musician who was the keyboardist for the musical group Breakwater, formed in 1971 and the first African American band signed to Arista Records under Clive Davis.
Today DA, carries on the legacy via WDKKRADIO.com and is passionate about the history which in general is not being told by the black DJs of today. He also hosts a BlogTalkRadio show featuring many of the artists he met thoughout his life.
DA's interests also include developing a systematic program that draws from fields such as Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Systems theory, Behavioral psychology and Hypnotherapy. He calls this program "The Conceptual Change Technique ™."
On his Facebook BIO he wrote:
"My passion is to assist individuals learn how to uninstall defeating mind-sets and install the proper mental frameworks to achieve the change they desire. I am a firm believer that external change manifests because of and in direct relationship to internal shifts in conceptual thinking.
Change is going to happen. Be in charge of the process. You want to, don't you?"
Join me online February 11, 2010 at BlogTalkRadio.com/ColoredPeople at 7pm PST/9pm CST/10pm EST
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