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Clyde Baldo is an actor, director, acting coach, Psychotherapist and photographer. He leads his unique acting/personal transformation workshops internationally. Clyde assists people into connecting with their true selves and living with passion, soul and rawness. His mastery is moving people's energy and getting them unstuck in a short concentrated time. Clyde has acted in over 50 plays, 30 films, 15 commercials and 4 TV Network spots. He has also directed 16 plays in NY. He has had his private practice as a psychotherapist for 18 years. He has worked as an acting coach for 10 years -writing original monologues so actors can tap into themselves deeper and also have unique audition pieces. He directed his play, Glimpses, which was 25 monologues performed by 25 actors at Arclight Theatre in NYC in July of 2010. He has directed Glimpses twice in Rio De Janeiro in Portuguese. His work helps one become - NATURAL, POWERFUL AND PRESENT.
Learn more about Clyde at www.clydebaldo.com.
As a Certified Professional Coach, Kenny Baldo, Endurance Athlete and Professional Entrepreneur I coach dedicated athletes, professionals and aspiring healthier adults who want to keep doing what they love without losing the support, appreciation and unity with the ones they love, by combining smarter choices with winning habits inside and outside the home, so the whole family can experience the win and avoid separation by dedication.
We are all products of the messages we receive in our lives; messages from peers, media, and friends. None of these messages are as powerful as those we receive from our caregivers in childhood. Our childhood messages impact the intimacy we have or don’t have, our parenting skills, even the careers we choose. We become imprisoned in these roles, guided by inner voices created in childhood. Together lets silence those intrusive inner voices, so wecan be who we truly want to be not who we were were set up to be.
Thomas Gagliano, MSW
Life Mentor, Author & Speaker
Is She Your Ride & Die? Is He Down For you Regardless of What? Big Jazz Will Break Down The Relationship Everybody Want somebody Down For them! Is Bonnie & Clyde Relationships Still Alive in these Days (Trust Money Loyalty) Tune in Tonight @9pm. To Bring it to the TABLE with Big Jazz
Clyde Edgar Smith, one all around guy that what a true soldier to the very end. You could count on Clyde for everything and he never let you down. He was a lover of jazz music, a person that could weld and work with steele and iron, as well as a professional chef in the restaraunt. He loved construction work and building some of the hardest homes and office buildings in the United States. He has built monuments that will be here for hundreds of years and his name is written all over them. The show starts off with Vessie Simmons, "You're Everything I Need" from the KDTN Radio One Music station. As our baby brother, he will be greatly missed and greatly adored.
Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show on HW Podcast as we celebrate Black Philanthropy Month as he speaks to Clyde Frazier Sr., executive director of The Friends of Frederick E. Samuel Foundation.
Mr. Frazier, is executive director of The Friends of Frederick E. Samuel Foundation is a 501 C3 not-for-profit organization which promotes high school and junior high school girl's basketball teams with Slam Jam, especially as a tool for college scholarship.
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On tonight's episode Yara will be talking to Chuninchi, author of A Gangsta's Girl!
Since the release of her 2004 debut novel A Gangster’s Girl, bestselling author Chunichi has gone on to pen several additional bestselling novels. With more than a half of a million books in print, Chunichi’s talent as a writer, combined with her consistent and successful track record speaks for itself. In addition to her hard work and relentless drive, Chunichi’s rise to the top of the literary world can easily be attributed to the fact that she has lived through the same fast lifestyle of sex, money, drugs, cars, and designer clothes, that she writes about in her books. The former quiet southern girl from Alabama had her life transformed when she moved to Virginia Beach in her teens. Dubbed the Urban Diva of literature because of her striking beauty, Chunichi’s stunning looks and Scorpio sex appeal was evident since her teenage years. She instantly became a magnet for attracting ballers who elevated her social status while introducing her to an intoxicating high-end lifestyle. That lifestyle transformed the sexy seductress into a gun toting Bonnie who was trained to fire for her Clyde. Chunichi’s fast pace lifestyle soon began to mimic that of a vixen as she spent countless nights in some of the top clubs in the country as well as countless days being the spoiled female darling of several top pro athletes and entertainers. Consequently as Chunichi matured, she decided to make a change in the way she was living. Never forgetting her past but making sure to leave the fast life behind, Chunichi went on to pursue and attain her bachelor’s degree in nursing, while simultaneously putting her real life experiences on paper.
The Entertainment Review Radio Show has teamed up with Clyde Hill from Magnetized Productions to present THE NEW MUSIC OF CANADA for the first 3 weeks of November. The hosts John Jeff Brandyberry of Diminished Pitch Entertainment and Willy "The Beast" Forrest will have a great discussion with Amrik Singh from the band Bridges To Royal on November 2nd 2014 at Midnight Europe Time 11 PM UK Time, 6 PM EST, 5 PM CST, 4 PM MST, 3 PM PST on Wacko Bob's The Wacko Radio Network.
Diva of Days of our Lives correspondents Cheri Henry and Carrie Garfield interview actress Lauren Koslow who portrays Kate Roberts and James Read who plays Clyde on the show.
On Sunday November 9th 2014 at Midnight Europe Time, 11 PM UK Time, 6 PM EST, 5 PM CST, 4 PM MST, 3 PM PST, The Entertainment Review Radio Show hosts John Jeff Brandyberry of Diminished Pitch Entertainment and Willy "The Beast" Forrest will continue the series THE NEW MUSIC OF CANADA with this week's guest Imaad Dalal the Vocalist and Guitar player for the band Liars and Lions that is based out of Vancouver Canada and managed by Clyde Hill of Magnetized Productions.
Following Knicks vs. Nets JOIN @FrankNutt and @tomboffa as they discuss and recap the game, talk about the first week of the Knicks season, and asses the progress so far with the 2014-2015 New York Knicks team.
Join the Knicks @ Nite Crew at Clyde's Wine and Dine to watch the Knicks vs. Nets at 7:30 PM and stay with us all night as we talk Knicks with Walt Clyde Frazier himself plus other great guests.
thirty years ago a friend of mine asked me to say some emcee rhymes
So I said this rhyme I’m about to say, the rhyme was def and it went this way:
Took a test to become an emcee, and Orange Krush became amazed at me
So Larry put me inside his Cadillac, the chauffeur drove off and we never came back
Dave cut the record down to the bone, and now they got me rockin on the microphone…”
“You’re a five dollar boy and I’m a million dollar man
You’re a sucker emcee and you’re my fan
You try to bite rhymes, all lines are mine, you’re a sucker emcee in a pair of Calvin Kleins
Coming from the wackest part of town, trying to rap but you can’t get down
You don’t even know your English, your verbs or noun
You’re just a sucker emcee, you sad faced clown
Lance – Well I guess all of the Jazzy 5 was in the there with me. Master Dee was younger and Master Bee was one of the older ones that was down with the Jazzy 5. I went to Stevenson High School and Tony Tone of the Cold Crush was in there with me. I didn’t know him then, but I seen him a lot because he was running with Break Out and Baron (djs for Funky Four Plus 1). In fact, they used to play in 131 (school yard) back then
Lance – Well back then there was no name, “hip hop,” or culture back then. Cats were doing their own individual thing back then and jamming in the park. But when you give the title, “Father of Hip Hop,” you give it to Herc.
But a lot of cats were playing funk music and R&B music. But I think when it came to the dj mixing records together, and the emcee, and the break dancers mixed in, that is what brought on the name hip hop… the culture.
But back then we didn’t say “Let’s go to a hip hop party!” That name didn’t even exist
Lance – I would say the Ecstasy Garage. My cousin Cool Clyde got in first with these two djs named Cisco and Buck-O. This was like from the summer into the fall of 1980 when I got up in there.
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