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Sage Gallon is a painter, photographer and spoken word artist from New York, living and working in Los Angeles who will be sharing his incredible story of living on the streets to achieving recovery and his incredible success today. Born in Long Island, Sage started drawing before he could write and acting before he could spell. His art emulates from his unique ability to see beauty in everything. Sage is a leading artist of today’s generation. His art can be found in a myriad of public and private art collections from Los Angeles to New York and has been seen in numerous exhibitions in the United States. His work has received accolades from Mattie Lawrence, Terez Thorpe and her wife Monifah, Jason Olive, Glass The Tramp, Asap Rocky and Shawn Antonio to name a few. Sage was named as one of the 40 Black Artists to watch in 2014 by NBC’s The Grio. Sage has appeared on Huffington Post surrounding his Crack(s) series that is a heartbreaking honest depiction of one man’s addiction and his humanity. SageGallon’s recent exhibitions includes: Wallplay Gallery New York, Vapegoat Gallery Los Angeles, NWO Gallery Los Angeles, Xen Lounge Los Angeles, W Hotel Los Angeles, Memphis University Exhibit Memphis, Dysonna City Art Gallery Los Angeles, and Pico House Los Angeles. In 2002 Sage self-published a book of poetry titled ‘Naked Under My Clothes’, over 2,000 copies were sold independently. The book received inspiring reviews making it inevitable that Sage recorded a CD based off the book also titled Naked Under My Clothes. Sage is currently working to match the demand of his audience and is developing a One-Man Stage performance scheduled for release in 2016.
Bill Cosby .....guilty before proven innocent. Is it a race thing is our topic join us for the 737th episode of BevNat as we celebrate the life and legacy of the human rights leader of our time / Nobel Peace Prize recipient Reverend Dr.Martin Luther King w/ Abstract - by Tuwana Leonard tonight @9:30pm
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Actress & Director Juli Tapken to the Show! Juli will be discussing one of her latest projects the faith based film Providence.
Rachel Cartwright and Mitchell Little grow up together, but it takes forty years and several tragedies for their friendship to blossom into a romance.
Providence is told silent cinema style using only dramatic action and a dynamic soundtrack of independent music.
Starring Juli Tapken, Rich Swingle, Josh Allen, Stacey Bradshaw, Chase Anderson, Emily Knapp, and Irene Santiago
Entering just her third year in the film industry, Juli Tapken has logged more than 25 IMDb credits with major roles in feature films like Providence.
Polished Filing Away at Life's Truthsby Tina Panariello
Tina is an accomplished miniature nail artist and has been a nail technician/artist for thirty-three years. She takes you through many facets of her life from secretary, actress, mother, and divorce. Through all the tensions that mounted within, she managed to put a thriving nail business together. She has inspired and motivated many women who have passed her manicuring table. Polished: Filing Away at Life's Truths shows you how she emerged a hero through the will to go after her dreams, with faith, courage, and love she has given to each facet of her life. Tina came up from hitting rock bottom and almost losing Nail Artistry by Tina after her father's death. After the market crashed she lost many customers, either through death, moving, or loss of jobs, and took on an extra job in Manhattan. She worked Nail Artistry by night so she could put food on the table for her and her son, Wayne. Read how Tina without direction or motivation, or even a mentor, accomplished her dreams far beyond her expectations and imagination. Through heartache, sorrow, and clashing personalities she has met her goals.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes the Family Rock Band STEREO LOVE to the Show!
STEREO LOVE is a family rock band, consisting of dad Judd Steele (drums/dad/bodyguard) and his two teenage daughters, Jewel Steele, (17/guitar/lead vocals) and Lula Steele, (18/bass/back-up vocals) who simply love to kick ass. STEREO LOVE gives a fun and unforgettable live stage performance, which leaves first timers with their jaws dropped and mouths wide open, and all the "Lovers" coming back for more!
STEREO LOVE’s music includes both unique remakes and memorable original songs. In 2013, STEREO LOVE won 'Hollywood Rocks' at the Las Vegas Rocks Music Awards and was nominated in 2014. The band has played 200+ live shows in the California/Las Vegas areas since 2011and has been described as "unique, unexpected, amazing, and refreshing. STEREO LOVE's motto is "good things will come to those, if you work like hell while waiting."
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes country/americana Singer/Songwriter Tony Watson to the show!
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Tony Watson, a multi-talented singer/songwriter, is an accomplished musician, playing a variety of instruments, from string to percussion. This West Virginia native honed his country style while performing nationally and internationally with both symphonies and rock/country bands. The wide appeal of his heartfelt music, evidenced by his growing reputation as a composer of original music and lyrics, has earned Tony international artist ranking and a global audience.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Rocker Kelly Maglia to the Show!
Metal has a new maiden with Kelly Maglia. Kelly not only channels the best of 80s glam metal (think Skid Row and Heart had a love child), but she does it with a Cirque du Soleil twist. Motley Crue may have thrown dollar bills at girls, girls, girls, but Kelly takes the pole back and enters the scene as a new kind of Heavy Metal Goddess: singer, acrobat and musician all at once.
The songstress released her first EP 'Just Enough Rough' December 1st, 2015. The EP ranges from feel-good modern hair metal to darker, progressive themes of alienation in modern American suburbia. Four of the EP’s five songs, co-written by Kelly, are her original lyrics and music. EP also features a reved up version of Aerosmith’s “Love in an Elevator” with a raucous video to match.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes R&B Singer Airi Mori to the Show!
Performing professionally since 2004, Airi Mori is a Japanese-born, Los Angeles-based, Pop/R&B Soul Singer/Songwriter/Music Producer/Audio Engineer in the style of Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Celine Dion. Born and raised in Nagoya, Japan, Airi started singing American Pop songs at age seven--long before ever learning to speak English. A very serious student, she practiced music for up to six hours a day for over fifteen years and earned a degree in International Studies with honors from the prestigious Waseda University in Japan. She also studied in England for a year as an International exchange student at Royal Holloway, University of London.
In 2013, she moved to Los Angeles where she was soon acknowledged by other great writers/musicians, such as a Grammy winning songwriter, Allan Rich (who has written songs for Whitney Houston, Natalie Cole, and ‘NSYNC). Adding to her list of credits, she has danced in Japanese television commercials for major brands (Takarakuji and Parco)
She is currently working on her debut independent album, “Reason of Love”, which showcases her writing, producing, mixing and performing talents.
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Peter Robbins is an investigative writer, author and lecturer best known for his UFO related papers, columns, articles, editorials, commentaries, lectures and media appearances. He is a regular fixture on radio and has appeared as a guest on and been consultant to numerous television shows and documentaries. Robbins’ background is fairly nonstandard for his chosen field. He was born in New York City and studied art, design and theater at University of Bridgeport in Connecticut, receiving his BFA (painting, film history) from New York City’s School of Visual Arts. He taught painting at SVA in their Department of Continuing Education, was a member of the art faculties of St. Anns School in Brooklyn Heights and the Oklahoma Council on the Arts ‘Arts Encounters’ program. Peter joined the Norwegian Merchant Marine and for a time worked on a freighter as a common seaman. He was studio assistant to the world-famous abstract expressionist painter Adolph Gotlieb and to the American primitive painter William Cply. He was also assistant to pioneer kinetic light sculptor Stanley Landsman. Robbins also worked as a framing carpenter, interior demolition specialist, art gallery assistant, copy writer, editor, and House Manager for New York City’s distinguished Mirror Repertory Company. From 1988 until 1994 Peter was a crisis intervention volunteer for the Samaritans International. He has traveled in approximately thirty countries, is an experienced New York City tour guide, and an accomplished photographer. He is also co-author, along with Larry Warren, of the highly acclaimed British bestseller, Left at East Gate: A First-Hand Account of the Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident, Its Cover-Up and Investigation. In May 2014 he published Deception, An investigation and analysis of a serious disinformation operation in contemporary ufology. The book is available at no cost from the author.
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