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Today is a special show. This is a complete presentation of some of the music by Anthony AK King. As you know, Anthony AK King does the jingle for KINGS IN THE MORNING, the opening and the closing, he also did the opening for the COOL CRITICS which has been our theme song for several years. "Gotta Get Away" For those of you not family with the KINGS' themes check out KINGS IN THE MORNING weekdays from 8a pacific to 10a. AK was one of the original members of KINGS in the MORNING. If you ever get to meet AK, you will find him to be brutally honest, and you'll discover he is a very, very talented man. But, let me not give away the interview - check it out for yourself. The titles of the songs will be listed on my personal website http://www.tolliver.com - Thank you for listening to the COOL CRITICS and thank you for being a part of the JKN. (Jay King Network
Join Ronald A, Edwards (The Minneapolis Story) and Don Allen (Our Black News) as they tackle current events locally and national to bring simple clarity to the plight of black men and women. Tonight's program focuses on some of the major news events, some we broke before the mainstream media was alerted. Of course we never get credit, but will will be here heading into 2016.
Happy New Year!
Here on the JKN, Delia Smith tackles the problems that most people are talking about. She brings it to the table for open discussion. Often assisted by DLW (Darryl L Williams), no topic is out of the question. Feel free to tag in – 347-205-9366. Whether it be the President of the United States (POTUS), or the president of a major company (POAMC) actually, I don’t think those initials are in the abbreviation book. – Talk is talk, and Delia is for real. 347-205-9366 – And like Donna Summer sings in Delia’s intro – Delia works hard for her money. Get on the D Train, here on the JKN.
Take your medication and make sure refills are available at your local drug store. Summit Academy OIC’s Louis King, a decorated Army veteran, advocate for education in the black community and businessman will be our special guest on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 8:30 p.m.
By The Ron and Don Show
On last weeks program, hosts Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen tore open a hornets nest on the $26 million dollar proposal submitted to governor Mark Dayton last month. There are many questions about who will actually get money on behalf of Minnesota’s black community and why there are no job descriptions, outcomes or meaningful dialog with local community members about the proposal. Mr. Louis King will join us at the top of our program (8:30 p.m.) to answer questions within his fold.
This show will also cover:
A local preacher has contacted IBNN NEWS to threaten the editor-in-chief with bodily harm. Although this preacher does not know there are forces beyond his comprehension watching his moves and monitoring all conversations.
What’s happening with the Minneapolis NAACP? No notices sent out to members will spell disaster for any election.
#pointergate: A waste of time and a distraction from the real business of the black community.
The Minnesota African American Museum and the pending lawsuit – what happened to the money?
Ferguson, Missouri – how many black folks must die before we will overcome? The latest updates live from our sources in that city.
University Campuses: Black men need assistance. The campus atmosphere has rejected black-male masculinity in favor of protecting rights for sexual orientation.
Join us on Wednesday for a real look on what’s happening in the black community locally and nationally.
Join Mr. Edwards has he takes listeners on a detailed history lesson that only he can give. Phone lines are not open, th show is live.
Tune in tonight to hear the best in #BlackTalkRadio on #BlogTalkRadio. The team of Ron Edwards and Don Allen has they bring the latest in local news coverage you will not find in the mainstream media; most of the time, they don't cover positive news made by black people, especially the mixed up Star Tribune newspaper. The phone lines will be open and we look forward to your call-ins.
We start out with Council for Minnesotans of African Heritage Dr. Louis Porter who fills us in on the CMAH's upcoming police/community forum.
Next we take a look at the Minneapolis police chief's reappointment an what that means to our community.
Then we look at the case of Jamar Clark and how the Minneapolis NAACP is just plain screwing their membership with the lack of information to it's members.
Much, much more...
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was in Memphis in support of benefits for the Sanitation workers. Mysteriously a bogus group attempted to infiltrate his efforts and came up with approaches and ideas contrary to the methods used by the SCLC (Southern Christian Leadership Council). Their efforts were rebuffed, but on the day of the planned march they interceded and created a riot where a young black boy was killed. The handlers of Dr. King rushed him to a vehicle and out of the way of danger. A Planned sit-in across from the Capital had been planned for months and was scheduled days after the Memphis March. So much negative press went out from the head of the FBI, and members of Congress, calling Dr. King a coward for starting a riot and then running away. This forced him to change his plans and head back to Memphis to finish the work he had begun.
On The Don S. McClure Show Live tonight – Your Emotional Intensity
At this time in your life, there is a larger amount of emotional intensity that you normally don’t have -- and you welcome this. Even challenging experiences can have their own satisfaction because you connect with them so deeply.
Your inner senses are awakened. Everything from love to fear is a learning experience at this point.
Your relationships provide you with wonderful chances to grow and improve.
And that's exactly what you love about them.
Enjoy this impassioned experience of life, for now, you have gained the wisdom to complete your life task.
Your search for answers on how to cope has been realized once you examine your strengths.
You are the conqueror of your dreams, desires and your destiny.
The conquest is yours.
Featured song tracks, Spoken Word: Poems by Walter Benton, born 1907- Died 1976
Your words are born not spoken, I shall Wish for you, Remembering However when we could be warm together.
This is how I learned the beauty of poetry alongside the films I enjoyed. Filled with romance, adventure, and courage.
I learned a man could be a soldier and possess the knowledge of art and beauty.
Renowned American Author Don S. McClure
Paying honor to an music Icon: Maurice White: Co/Founder Earth Wind and Fire: Died at thge age of 74
Featured Film Pick Heist: Staring; (Robert De Niro) (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) (Dave Bautista) (Morris Chestnut).(Gina Carano).(Kate Bosworth) The ending is amazing and one direction you won't see coming.
Governor cuomo proposed using his budget surplus to fund a $154 Billion dollars spending plan that includes $2.1 billion increase in school funding, and the legacy building construction projects. But what about those who are hungry and unemployed? He states that he has kept state spending under a 2 percent cap, which allows him now go wild. He is cashing in on $9.3 billion in Federal aid and much $$$ Sandy revenue. He stated he would authorize mixed martial arts matches in the state as a tax revenue producer. He underscored his announcement proposing billions in overhauling Penn Station, A third rail for the long Island Railroad and a possible tunnel from Long Island to Westchester, the Bronx, or Connecticut, a billion on Jacob Javits changes, and still no word on increased tolls on the Tappanzee Bridge. I guess he wants to be another Trump. Tune in a hear all about it on blogtalkradio.com /don-durant
The Don S. McClure Show Live - The Pursuit of bringing Jazz and building stronger networks
Tonight’s: Topic The Pursuit of Jazz Our special extended show will take a look at the music of Jazz. Audio Recording by from Billie Taylor so this is jazz and interpretations from those who played and created jazz to those who study the history of jazz from the BBC perspective.
I grew up in a home with older brothers who loved the music of jazz, and I became aware of many names like Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Stan Gets, Monk and Dakota Staton, Kenny Burrell and Joe Sample just to name a few and of course Louis Armstrong. But there were many others my older brothers introduced me because they played in a jazz group themselves. My older brother Marvin played in his own Jazz group and made a recording of Fly me to the Moon. My Brother Roland also played Jazz while he created many of his artist drawing and while he entertained many of his friends in our home. My mother and father loved Louis Armstrong and Sarah Vaugh but my favorite singer was Dakota Staton and Nancy Wilson as I grew up hearing the music of Jazz.
The audios are part one of The History of Jazz and part two the BBC look at Jazz and Louis Armstrong.
Research by Renowned American Author Don S. McClure for tonight’s program; Guest Interview: Wes Smooth
Owner and founder of a new Internet Jazz Station Featuring a candid conversation with owner and CEO, Wes Smooth, of Twin Cities Radio Network
Featured Song Tracks by Dakota Staton and Keiko Matsui born in Tokyo, Japan as Keiko Doi, she is a Japanese keyboardist and composer, specializing in smooth jazz, jazz fusion and new-age music, and the music of Peter White and Donald Byrd Chant 1963 Born 1932 Detroit Died Feb 4, 2013 passed at the age of 81
The Don S. McClure Show Live- Pre-Valentines Day - conversation with Sandy Lomax
The Best Life Style Radio Show on the World Wide Web
A conversation with an incomparable jazz vocalist.
Discussing the term Scatten in jazz. many of the best jazz vocalist used this technique in the days of real jazz. Our show will take a look at why so many artist desired to use this technique, which is difficult to perform.
Featuring Sandy Lomax. And featuring the Chant by Donald Byrd. In vocal jazz, scat singing is vocal improvisation with music. "wordless" Scat singing is a difficult technique that requires singers with the ability to sing improvised melodies and rhythms using the voice as an instrument rather than a speaking medium. Our show wil take at look at love and how it can create a stronger you in your work, your dreams and your desires to be the best that you can be.
Renowned American Author Don S. McClure Feb 12, 2016
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