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When you've been a member of a pop rock band that toured with Britney Spears and Destiny's Child (to name just two), interviewed Hollywood’s best and most famous entertainers on a nationally-syndicated TV show, and starred in one of the most wildly successful comedy movie franchises of all-time, where do you go from there? For multi-faceted and multi-talented LAUREN MAYHEW, the answer lies in a single word – UP.
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Meet "The Cypher" at the intersection of ARTSITY & CULTURE #TheCorner. LIVE This Thursday 2/12/15 as they welcome entreprenuer Glennisha Morgan!
Glennisha Morgan is the Founder and Publisher of The Fembassy, an award-winning blog that is solely dedicated to women MCs. Morgan is also a multimedia journalist, writer, photographer and filmmaker. She's covered culture, music, entertainment, queer and women's issues for over five years. Her writing has appeared in a myriad of publications including, The Huffington Post, Ebony, Vibe Vixen, Hot New Hip Hop, Elixher, Ikons Magazine, Digiwaxx, Autostraddle and AOL. Her poetry has been included in an anthology titled "Colored girls", 2010. During her media career she has had the wonderful opportunity to interview people like Brittney Griner, John Leguizamo, Russell Simmons, La La Anthony, MC Lyte, Roxanne Shante, Brendon Ayanbadejo, Laverne Cox, Missy Elliott, Da Brat, Marsha Ambrosius, Janet Mock and Chester French. As a photographer, Morgan has shot everything from family photos to Ferguson.
One very important fact about Alan Merrill: He was the lead singer and songwriter of the first and original 1975 version of "I Love Rock N Roll" with his band, The Arrows. The song has become an enduring international rock anthem, recorded by Joan Jett, Britney Spears, and many others. Joan Jett saw Merrill perform the song on a British television pop show in '76, while on tour with her band, The Runaways, and she was deeply inspired. Her 1982 version of the song was #1 for 8 weeks in the USA.After starting to play music in semi-pro bands in Greenwich Village, Alan eventually moved to Japan in his late teens. Starting his professional career in music with the RCA-Victor Tokyo-based recording group, The Lead, in 1968, Alan replaced Mark Elder as guitarist in the band. They had one hit single, titled "Blue Rose." It was also then that his management changed his professional name to Alan Merrill.Alan's composition, "When The Night Comes" (as recorded by R&B great Lou Rawls in 1983), was taken into space by the first black astronaut in history, Guion "Guy" Bluford. It was the first LP ever in outer space, and Alan Merrill wrote the title track! The album "When The Night Comes" by Rawls, also won two Beach Awards for best album, and the recording has a 5-star rating (full marks) in Rolling Stone magazine's album guide .http://www.alanmerrill.com
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He discovered Lady Gaga. He wrote “No, No, No”, the monstrous #1 single that launched Destiny’s Child. He’s worked with Whitney Houston, Britney Spears, Will Smith, Jessica Simpson and a host of chart toppers. A two-time Grammy-winning producer and music executive, Rob Fusari has been featured as one of Billboard magazine’s Top 10 songwriters in the world.
“When I heard my first song on the radio, I realized I was part of something bigger. That’s what we all want.”
When Rob turned his laser-sharp focus on Stefani Germanotta, Lady Gaga was born. “I wanted to find an artist. I didn’t feel confident enough then to hit the stage myself, so I looked for two years. She blew me away the minute she hit that piano and that voice poured out.” Today on BOLD, Rob shares the behind-the-scenes juice that made Gaga an international phenomenon.
Performing as Cary Nokey, Rob is now his own muse. “It’s never about money. There’s nothing greater than doing something you love and following your passion. I found that in music. There was never a Plan B.”
“Do Ya” by Cary Nokey has been selected as the theme song for RuPaul’s “
On this episode of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin:
AFSCME Representative Dennis Hughes levels serious accusations of corruption and defamation at School District of Janesville, and calls for the firing of Superintendent Dr. Karen Schulte. Mr. Hughes spoke about challenging the ballot status of two of the candidates in the Spring Elections for Janesville School Board, about being escorted out of the district office by police, as well as about his reasons and strategy.
Britney McKay and Dennis Dunn of Rock River Philharmonic spoke about the upcoming trivia contest benefit supporting Rock River Philharmonic orchestra, the upcoming performance at the Janesville Armory, and taking RRP to the future.
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Robyn and Michael's guest this week is literally a clown. Circus performer Matt Wilson talks about the physical demands of his job, touring with Britney Spears and much more.
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Today on The Bochcast, Booch talks about the clips from Monday Night RAW that didn't get played yesterday, farting during sex, Official Promo For NXT Moving To Wednesday Nights, Former TNA Knockout To Sign With NXT, WWE Wants Adrian Neville To Work Multiple Programs In NXT Before Main Roster Call UP, The Latest On Adrian Neville's WWE Gimmick, Hideo Itmai Starting Weekly Column, NXT Star Suffers Injury, Adam Pearce Announces His Retirement From The Ring, ROH 13th Anniversary PPV Poster Featuring Alberto Del Rio, Steve Austin Turns 50 Years Old, Backstage Update On Christian's WWE Reitrement, Heath Slater Given Time Off To Deal With His Legal Issues, NJPW's On Demand Service Off To A Strong Start,
Update on Daniel Bryan's Return: Does It Change WWE's Plans For Roman Reigns, Update On Changes to WWE's Plans For Wrestlemania Due To Daniel Bryan's Return, WWE Helps USA Network Reach Ninth Consecutive Year As #1 In Cable With Total Viewers, Sunny Denies Working As An Escort But Says A Former WWE Diva Has Experience With That, Ashley Massaro Fires Back At Sunny For Alleging She Works As An Escort, Nancy Grace Goes Off on Darren Wilson: ‘It Doesn’t Add Up!’, and Six Sleep Personalities
Tonight our guest is wildlife photographer Courts Griner. Courts is a member of the Timberline Bigfoot Group and also had two clear and detailed Bigfoot encounters over the course of a short time in the winter of 2005. He will be publically discussing his encounters for the first time so don’t miss out. As an experienced wildlife photographer he also has a unique perspective on the subject matter and he will be discussing in-depth the best ways to take wildlife photographs with the proper equipment, techniques, and know-how. This should prove to be a most exciting and insightful show so please be sure to join us,
Escapism presented by the Ohio Hip-Hop Award nominated Rebel Life Media brought to you by the Ohio Hip-Hop Award winning GIPBKR. Escapism invites you to leave all the problems and negativity of the world outside as you enjoy great music from signed and unsigned artists around the world. Episode one features a live performance and conversation clip by Adina Howard. Follow Rebel Life Media @rebellifemedia on Twitter. To sponsor, have your music featured or product placed email: email@example.com
Music on this episode is by MC Britney, KK Holliday, Tennis, The Beatles, Kreesha Turner, Nessacary, Tifa, Lil Ronny MF, Queen, Fozzy, In This Moment and Morgan James.
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are twins who were born and raised in Hawaii on the Island of Oahu. They are 19years old. They started as gymnast at Hawaiian Island Twisters with their dad as their coach. The gym used to be connected to a dance studio called 24-VII danceforce. Watching dancers there inspired them to begin dance. They quickly fell in love with dance and have been dancing ever since. They are most known for being on the last season of MTV's America's Best Dance Crew with crew, 8flavahz. Since then, they have been in Ciara's "Got Me Good" music video and have performed in live performances with her as well. They danced with the Jabbawockeez in the COKEred campaign/commercials. They have also made their appearance known in the Britney episode of Glee. Now, they are on the World of Dance tour with their crew 8flavahz. Their dream is to inspire.
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Stand Up Comedians Luis J. Gomez and guest co-host Chris Scopo sit down with Yannis Pappas to discuss breakups, Miami, and moving back to NYC!
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