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The Dubber - In the tradition of the Mississippi Delta Bluesmen, THE Dubber confronts the world with only a guitar and his words. The self- taught singer/songwriter continues reinventing himself by fusing the styles of a 30 year musical journey. Rock, Jazz and Funk, flavored with the International sounds of Reggae, Middle Eastern Music and Afro Beat, creates the complex stew that helps him express his blues in an innovative and distinct manner.
Since 2005, the Washington DC born/South Carolina based musician has been trailblazing through America with an honest and intimate stage show. His sophisticated one man band guitar style and universal message of ONENESS, keeps THE Dubber booked year round. Always a crowd favorite, he has played such prestigious events as the South by Southwest Music Conference (Austin TX) and the Mid-Atlantic Music Conference (Charlotte NC).
With radio airplay here and abroad, a U.S. and European tour, plus three albums under his belt, "In the Temple of..." 2005, "Global Warning" 2010 and the recently released "Cleaning Up The Dirty South" 2014. THE Dubber is currently touring the American South to promote the latest album now movement under the same title. Partially funded by the South Carolina Art Commission, this project has taken a life of its own due to the candid message he delivers on the status of social and cultural progressions since his 8 years living and touring the South.
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This is a refreshing and appealing story of friendship and the coming of age it will leave you feeling good.
The story is set in a small town in eastern Arkansas during the Fourth of July holiday of 1967. The book deals with the day to day lives of three best friends since elementary school, Doris Marie, Lillian and Sheritha. It will show how the closeness of their community helped them to easily navigate their way through the last hours of legalized segregation.
1967 was the year which found thousands of young people converging in San Francisco in the name of 'love, peace, and happiness.' By summer's end, Doris Marie and her friends will have experienced their own coming of age.
This is a refreshing and appealing story that will leave you feeling good!
black people dont have control of there destiny and thats a fact how did we lose it and how can we get it back our destiny is in the hands of white supremacy what steps do we have to take to put it back in our own collective hand and join me the truth and brother B and queen meyah and Chief X we will be discussing the on this episode of wake upAfrican people ...
At 7pm today on “We Are Everyday People” Internet Radio…I’m goin in !!!
The self genocide (WWZ) continues via ourselves and the police.
The cold blooded killer of 9 gets treated with kid gloves and to Burger King.
The confederate flag bs
And whatever else we roll with
I will close by paying tribute my bother Michael Hoffman who passed away on Sunday morning June 7th after a long debilitating illness. I was in Chicago last week for the memorial service and I will talk about it. Those of you who knew Mike are welcome to call in and share your memories.
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Our two heroes navigate a world without NBA hoops, filled with sun and invented controversy. And then the magic starts about an hour in.
Onaje Allan Gumbs' career spans for over 3 decades and is a sought after arranger, composer and pianist extraordinaire.
Panasonic chose his song, "Dare To Dream", as the theme for their tenth anniversary celebration of Kid Witness News. Gumbs has composed, arranged and performed the original score for the Showtime film, Override, directed by actor and producer Danny Glover and is also a NAACP Image Award Nominee for Outstanding Jazz Artist for his album, "Remember Their Innocence".
His signature arrangements are: Woody Shaw (Rosewood), Phyllis Hyman (Betcha By Golly Wow and The Answer is You) and for Stanley Jordan (The Lady in My Life) to name a few.
We are pleased to present his latest release: Bloodlife - A collection of solo performances based on melodies composed by Ronald Shannon Jackson. This album is an eclectic collection of melodies created by the venerable drummer/composer Ronald Shannon Jackson (1940-2013) and combined with masterful improvisations on solo piano by the Legendary Onaje Allan Gumbs. http://www.onajeallangumbs.com/
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On Wednesday, June 24, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
Susan Demas, Editor and Publisher of Inside Michigan Politics and political columnist with MLive.com will join the program to discuss the now terribly real “the week that was”. Join the discussion by calling 855-381-8795.
Bill Allison with the Sunlight Foundation is here to talk about the 1%, but not the 1% you are thinking about, the 1% of political contributors to political parties and candidates and you will never guess who tops this list. A real eye-opener!
Amy Hunter returns this week continue to look at the progress, and challenges, facing the LGBTQ community.
Maya Hill, in the Fight for $15 shares her story of woe, and they struggle she had endured in trying to find her future and balance her checkbook. This is reality, not a game, and the fight is necessary and working, or so we hope.
Kalamazoo County Commissioner Stephanie Moore helps us understand the rights of restaurant workers, their wages, or lack thereof, their benefits, or lack thereof, etc. You get the idea!
Frank Emspak, founder of Workers Independent News is back this week with a full compliment of issues, his unique intelligence on so many issues, and his insists on honesty and reality, no matter the cost. Time for change? Over time, actually. Tune in or miss out!
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Everyday People with host Monica Douglas Davis
Nine people were murdered on June 17th in South Carolina, by a young man filled with hatred.
Racism and hatred is very much alive in America. Give your opinion and weigh in on this topic and what we can do to change this on EVERYDAY PEOPLE with host Monica Douglas. Davis