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  • 00:16

    WBOKRADIO - Intro To Info Interviews Wu-Tangs - Brooklyn Zu Reggaes G Tee Shotta

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    Don't Miss This Exclusive Interview From The Popular Group "Wutang" / Brooklyn Zu Reggae Artist G Tee Shotta
    Wed. 8-26-15 At 6:00pm Eastern
    This Interview Is Brought To You By WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info & "Hip Hop Angel Movement. 
    Tune In As Host Mikeisha Best & Co-Host Queen Of Hearts Sits Down With Artist G Tee Shotta
    And Premieres His Hot Brand New Tracks. Phonelines Will Open. 347-327-9592

  • WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info Is Honored To Interview "Mix Master Ice"

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    WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info Is Honored To Interview "Mix Master Ice" From The Legendary Group "UTFO"

    TUNE IN Wed Aug 11th At 6:00pm (eastern) 
    As We Sit Down With "Mix Master Ice" From "UTFO"

    UTFO (which stands for Untouchable Force Organization) is an old-school hip hop group, popular in the 1980s, that was mentored by the contemporary R&B group Full Force. The group consists of the Kangol Kid (Shiller Shaun Fequiere), the Educated Rapper (Jeffrey Campbell) (also known as EMD), Doctor Ice (Fred Reeves), and MixMaster Ice (Maurice Bailey). The group's best-known single is "Roxanne, Roxanne," a widely acclaimed and hip-hop classic, which created a sensation on the hip-hop scene soon after it was released and inspired numerous answer records, most notably by Marley Marl's protégée Roxanne Shanté. "Roxanne, Roxanne" was originally the B-side of the lesser-known single "Hangin' Out."[1] Because of personal issues, the Educated Rapper was absent for its second effort, Skeezer Pleezer (1986), which produced one notable track with the song "Split Personality." EMD was, however, on one album track, "Pick Up The Pace", also featured in the movie Krush Groove. In 2008, “Roxanne, Roxanne” was ranked number 84 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop.

  • WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info - Proudly Interviews "Ready For The World"

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    The group originally consisted of frontman Melvin Riley, Gordon Strozier (lead guitar), Gregory Potts (keyboards), Willie Triplett (percussion/keyboards), John Eaton (bass guitar), and Gerald Valentine (drums). They had performed throughout Flint at high school talent shows and were discovered by WJLB Detroit Radio personality The Electrifying Mojo in 1982. They gained regional fame with their first release, "Tonight," in 1983. "Tonight" was an underground hit in Flint and Detroit which helped garner them national prominence shortly after their signing under the MCA label. They recorded their debut album, Ready for the World, during 1984 with producer Bernard Terry and engineer Charles Brown, Jr.

    Success[edit]
    In 1985, the band signed to the Steven Machat-Rick Smith management company, AMI. The agreement with MCA was redrawn, and promotion and marketing dollars were committed to promote the group. This proved successful as the group was steered to #1 on the US pop charts as well as top five in all the Western European countries and Australia, with their best-known hit "Oh Sheila." In the US, this song went to #1 on the R&B, Pop Charts, and the Hot Dance Club Play charts that year, becoming the first ever single to hold the #1 spot on all three of these charts simultaneously. The song "Digital Display" followed and hit #21.

    In 1986, the band released their second album, Long Time Coming, produced by: Gary Spaniola which returned them to the Top 10 on the pop charts with the slow jam, "Love You Down," which peaked at #9.

    Ready for the World went on to release several more albums that failed to capture the success of the group's first two releases, and as a result, they disbanded in 1991.

  • 00:32

    Gateway To Baseball Heaven

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    Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals.  This week, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Tales) talk about a rejuvenated offense, a 7-3 West Coast swing (after starting 0-2!) and the state of the NL Central race.  Plus it wouldn't be a show about the Cardinals without talking about injuries, though thankfully it's more about who may be returning than who is hurt.  Finally, they'll look forward at a really big homestand coming up this week.

  • 01:14

    WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info Proudly Welcomes Comedian Shawn Harris

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    WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info - Proudly Welcomes Comedian Shawn Harris 

    Wed 7-29-15 At 7:00pm (eastern)

    Nephew Of Popular Comedian Robin Harris

    Norwalk Connecticut, native Shawn Harris started his comedy career in 1994 in NYC, he quickly started making a name for himself throughout the boroughs of the city Bronx,Brooklyn,Queens etc. His comedic style grabs you from the moment he walks on stage-standing at 6'5 his style of comedy is from the "Old Skool" Raw, but with an up to date twist. After grazing all of the comedy clubs in NYC for 6yrs & having an opportunity to perform on Broadway at the world famous Caroline's Comedy Club (and receiving 4 standing ovations in one set) he decided it was time for Television-so on to Los Angele's he went. In 1999 Shawn was given the opportunity to perform on BET'S COMICVIEW and hasn't looked back since, his name quickly gained notoriety all over the world. After 6 performances on BET Shawn started branching out to other networks (HBO,COMEDY CENTRAL,NBC,etc) his parodied remix performance of Usher's "You got it bad" became a world wide sensation called "You've gotten Fat" getting THOUSANDS of hits on Youtube,Google & many other other media networks. Shawn Harris has a national following in many cities across the US and in the UK,as well as online communities, colleges,& on television.

    http://www.shawnharrisworld.com/
     

  • 01:09

    Baseball Week In Review Chicago Style

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    Join us on Baseball Week In Review Chicago Style as we welcome Ray Grehofsky, Pittsburgh Pirates expert, to the show.  We will discuss the playoff races, and all of the latest news in Major League Baseball!

  • 00:39

    Gateway To Baseball Heaven

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    Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals.  This week, after Blog Talk apparently overloaded, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Tales) go the extra mile to talk about a rough weekend in San Diego, the relentlessness that is the NL Central, and which hitters are actually hitting (it's a small group).  They look ahead to the rest of the West Coast trip as well as update on all the various injuries this team has endured.

  • Ode to baseball broadcasting royalty, Vin Scully

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    We will celebrate the legacy that is  Los Angeles Dodgers legendary play-by-plan broadcaster, Vin Scully, in The Core show Dodgerscentric segment. Then, we'll get into baseball pennant race discussions with division leaders, wildcards as well as some Los Angeles Angels talk and what this collapse could mean.We'll react to the rumors about RGIII possibly getting traded by the Washington Redskins.  We'll also discuss why decreasing the number of preseason games won't make a significant difference when it comes to injuries and what ways would be more effective to reduce injuries.


    Before the NFL can begin on September 10, there is college football starting back up this week and plenty to talk about. What will Jim Harbaugh's impact on Michigan and the Big 10 be?  Will he be the key to Michigan finally beating the Ohio State Unviersity?  Speaking of Ohio State, does Urban Meyer have too many quarterbacks on his roster currently with Cardale Jones, JT Barrett and Braxton Miller?  Which conference is stronger:  Pac 12 or SEC? LIke Ohio State last year, which college football team could sneak up on us this season?  We will answer these questions and others during the Diehard QuickTakes segment.    


    We will also re-introduce the segment known as Diehard Future Greats, which is a segment highlighting either a coach or an athlete that is currently operating at the high school level and endeavors to either reach the professional league level one day or intends to be great in something else.  This week's guess will be will be Buena Park High School Football head coach, Anthony White.  We'll ask him about his background, his team and future endeavors.  


    This show explodes with great sports talk variety.  Enjoy!

  • 00:32

    Hot Stove Baseball with Lenny Melnick and Andrea LaMont

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    You study Football and Ill keep you up to date with Baseball!

  • 00:32

    Gateway To Baseball Heaven

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    Every week, two of the Best Fans In Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals.  This week, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Tales) talk about a series win against Pittsburgh and taking two of three from Miami.  They'll talk about a resurgence from Jason Heyward and a couple of stumbles from the pitching staff.  The West Coast trip is coming and they'll discuss that as well. Plus plenty of other info and commentary!

  • 01:00

    Today's Knuckleball Fantasy Baseball Podcast Episode 23

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    Every Thursday night at 8pm ET, our resident fantasy experts at Today's Knuckleball, Tim King (@TKing978) and Greg Jewett (@gjewett9) discuss the latest goings on in the fantasy baseball world. Whose stock is up, whose is down, and who is worth picking up on your radar. 


    This week: 


    - Yordano Ventura and Justin Verlander returning to past form - is it for real?


    - Can you trust Ian Kennedy again?


    - Is David Wright relevant the rest of the way?


    - The duo will also discuss ever-changing bullpens, injury ramifications, daily fantasy strategy, and more!


    Got questions for the them? Tweet them or @myknuckleballs, tune in at 8pm ET, and they'll try answer on air. 

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