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Show: Ridin Durty Radio
Host :Vic XL
Atlanta Radio Veteren Vic XL Brings His Brand Ridin Durty To Blogtalk to Give The Listeners Whats Next In Hiphop and R&B and Talk we Promise To Bring You Tommorrows Movers and Shakers First
California native, born and raised in the bay area. She has been writing ever since she was able to hold a pen! Alongside of authoring Coutee is a poet, and orator, a mother of three and graduate of California State East Bay University. Her previous publications include such titles as "Sisters Friends & Lovers"...God's Girl...and What Brown Girls Are Made Of.... For more information on Coutee and her upcoming works of arts or workshops visit www.eishacoutee.com Love Brings Change is an inspirational read based on Eisha Coutee's Love Brings Change blogs. It is simply BlogSpot gumbo for the soul. A refreshing take on relationships and how to get the love you want from the one you're with. Love Brings Change gives it to you straight, no chaser. Coutee explores the true meaning of love unconditional, and uses personal experience and relatable topics in a way that restores, rekindles, reignites and reveres black love, self love, and personal accountability for the love that we attract into our lives. It takes us on a journey of complete and total transformation of our thoughts and perspectives giving us a new take on compassionate loving. For with transformation, comes change, and change is inevitable, therefore, undoubtedly love...brings...change!
At the heart of Ballad of America is traditional American folk music. The early settlers in the New World played and sang a variety of songs from their native homelands as they worked, prayed, and enjoyed leisure activities. By the time of the American Revolution, they were adapting these songs and creating new ones that reflected their ever-changing circumstances and environment.
Ballad of America explores the songs, music, and instruments of the colonists, pioneers, sailors, lumberjacks, immigrants, '49ers, farmers, mountianeers, slaves, soldiers, cowboys, railroaders, and activists for social justice. It features fiddle tunes, folksongs, Old World ballads, work songs, spirituals, love songs, shanties, reels, play parties, breakdowns, blues, and more.
This show is for all the Independent Artist out there grinding and looking to gain more exposure. Call in to the show on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 8-10 p.m at (323) 693-3021 and tell us about your music and where we can find you putting it down. After the show make sure to sign up to Blasturthoughts so you can get your music heard by other members on the site. Go to http://blasturthought.com and upload your videos right now and follow me on twitter @ http://twitter.com/blasturthoughts.
Dan Russell: the artist manager and advocate, concert promoter, producer, creative collaborator, video and film music supervisor; has helped launch a thousand ships (well, maybe just a few hundred!) throughout his lengthy resume. That commitment led to decades of work with the Call and it’s leads singer Michael Been, Mark Heard, U2, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Sam Phillips, Andy Pratt, John Fischer, Bruce Cockburn, Switchfoot, Robin Lane, The Vigilantes of Love, Ramona Silver, Rachel Taylor, The Violet Burning and more. In 1998 Russell co-founded Soulfest, the first New England social justice music festival which has become an annual event attended by many thousands. Now he has turned his interest to a longtime dream — his own project. All songs written, produced and performed by Dan. It’s a labor of love supported by fans via Kickstarter.
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Check out our DIRECT LINE Interview with the winner of January's BAR EXAM Showcase held at Apache cafe in ATL by Svage Fam Pro hosted by MICxSIC
As sponsors of the event, we award a free live interview to the winner. This time ELIJAH KENT took home the prize, so we will chop it up with him live on K-100 Radio.
Call in number if you want to give a shout out or talk to the artist is (347)934-0966 listen on our website at www.K100Radio.com or watch on Facebook Live or Instagram Live
Strawberry Girls - Agressive Groove band based out of Salinas,CA...New album "Italian Ghosts" out now on Tragic Hero Records...Check out their music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/strawberrygirlsmusic
Zoe Nutt - Americana/Folk artist raised in Knoxville & residing in Nashville....Released a captioned video for her song "Like You"...In the video it tells the story of her dealing with her progressive hearing loss & tinnitus...Check out her music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/znuttmusic
Hosted by Fresh Mcfly and Corey Hendrix , The Bandlab Radio Show is the hottest place for Hip hop and R&B both underground and mainstream . Featuring the topics of the day segments where you never know what our host will say next , listeners can also call into the show to give shout outs to their friends and family , promote their projects or business or chime in with their own opinions on the topics of the day . This show boast that everytime you tune in they guarantee you will hear something you have never heard before .
Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016), known by his mononym Prince, was an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and actor, serving as a major figure in popular music for over three decades. Prince was renowned as an innovator and was widely known for his eclectic work, flamboyant stage presence, and wide vocal range. He was widely regarded as the pioneer of Minneapolis sound.
Prince was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Prince sold over 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
This Lady. THIS Lady. Let your show host catch her breath. Oleta Adams has meant MUCH to a LOT of fans and friends. We knew her from the 1990 release, "Circle of One." You may or may not know this - but "Get Here" was the unofficial anthem of the Gulf War. It made both Oleta and the writer, Brenda Russell, proud :)
The roots of this amazing vocalist, musician, composer and producer are solidly in the Church. Dad was a minister and little Oleta sang at Pilgrim Rest Baptist. The Pacific Northwest was our guest's upbringing - and she thrived there. By 11, Oleta was directing four choirs. She has already established herself as a piano prodigy. This was observed by more than a few. She had strong mentorship in junior high and became the star of "Hello Dolly" in her corner of the world. As Ms. Adams has said: "Early on, I realized the pleasures of being a big fish in a small pond."
The shorter version of a splendid novel: Oleta turned down a career in opera AND a scholarship. Instead, she opted for a Summer in Europe and a move to L.A. The early 70's, however, were not kind to those with Gospel-drenched power in their throats - it was the Disco Era. At the urging of a superb vocal coach and friend, Oleta moved to Kansas City and blossomed as she never imagined. A regular gig at the Hyatt Regency brought Legends to see her. Talk about a great reputation - this wonderful artist has that to spare :) If you could talk to Luther Vandross, he'd tell you. Phil Collins and Michael Bolton would say the same. And Roland Orzabal & Curt Smith more than any two people on earth. They saw Oleta one night in K.C. - and ALL of their lives changed. We'll talk about the Tears For Fears connection on 2/20/2017. Join us!
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