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The group is most known for the overwhelming commercial success from the Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis-penned classic "Tender Love.” The song proved to be a huge success, peaking at #10 in the Billboard Hot 100 chart, remaining there for 19 weeks, and helping Jam & Lewis garner a Grammy Award for Producer of the Year. Incredibly, the group would follow this success in 1987 with their first #1 R&B hit "Love is a House.” But the Force MD’s deep catalog of classic R and B/ Hip-Hop staples including “Tears,” “Here I go Again,” “Let me Love You,” and their continued release of new anthems for all occasions has allowed them to maintain a consistent presence at radio and in the hearts of their fans.
FORCE MD’S MEDIA BLAST
“Nobody can make you relive those moments like the Force MD’s.” – Melissa Morgan
“Somehow the Force MD’s have managed to transform incredible adversity into a completely uplifting and overwhelming live show experience.” – Skip Dillard
Perhaps no group embodies the spirit of classic eighties Hip-Hop R and B soul more than the iconic and unstoppable Force MD’s. Anyone who has attended a Force MD’s show knows that from the first words of “Tender Love” “Here I lay all alone…” the whole crowd is instantly unified, swaying arm in arm, passionately singing the soundtrack of their lives. The first few bars of timeless classics like “Love is a House”, “Tears,” or countless other hits can transform any arena into a nostalgic soul celebration in seconds.
In addition to a surge of new tour dates, and widespread industry buzz about the forthcoming feature length documentary Force MD’s Relived, the group’s momentum has also been fueled by a slew of recent celebrity endorsements. These range from President Obama’s highly publicized acknowledgement that he keeps the Force MD’s in rotation on Air Force One, to the growing roster of entertainers who cover Force MD’s songs in their show (including Wiz Khalifa, Alicia Keys, Marcia Ambrosius, New Edition, and others). As a result, the group is experiencing a new chapter in a long history of success.
Have you ever gotten a bad vibe or energy when trying to make a decisison? And then took a step back to realize tat maybe that bad vibe was that you were sensing a feeling of "force" versus a healthier discipline? In this episode, we're talking about discipline. The difference between forcing yourself and using willpower overflow and how a sence of overflow provides a healthier & healthier sense of discipline than when people feel that they have to force themselves to do something that they just don't feel like doing. There's a big difference between our spritutal connection and being successful, versus just doing what needs to be done. Join me now to go deeper into "Flow Not Force".
Perhaps no group embodies the spirit of classic eighties Hip-Hop and R&B soul more than the iconic and unstoppable Force MD’s. Anyone who has attended a Force MD’s show knows that from the first words of “Tender Love” “Here I lay all alone….” The whole crowd is instantly unified, swaying arm in arm, passionately singing the soundtrack of their lives. The first few bars of timeless classified classics like “Love is a House”, “Tears,” or countless other hits can transform any arena into a nostalgic soul celebration in seconds.
In addition to a surge of new tour dates and widespread industry buzz about the forthcoming feature length documentary Force MD’s Relived, the group’s momentum has also been fueled by a slew of recent celebrity endorsements. These range from President Obama’s highly publicized acknowledgment that he keeps the Force MD’s in rotation on Air Force One, to the growing roster of entertainers who cover the Force MD’s songs in their show (including Wiz Khalifa, Alicia Keys, Marcia Ambrosius, New Edition, and others). As a result, the group is experiencing a new chapter in a long history of success.
Come on in and give a listen to Champions Indoor Football as the
Wichita Force vs Texas Revolution
The Revolution are 3-2 on the season, looking to make a move in the CIF standings.
The Force can be considered one of the top teams in the CIF. Will the Revolution be able to prove they belong?
Come on in and find out.
A police officer can use force to overcome resistance and to defend him or herself. The evolution of the use of force in the United States, and in particular deadly force, has been influenced by at least three factors. The first factor is the law. Most famously, the United States Supreme Court in Tennessee V Garner introduced the dual concepts of Necessary and Reasonable. The second factor has been technological change. In the arena of deadly force, police officers have access to more powerful weapons and weapons with high-capacity magazines. Additionally, a number of less-than-lethal options have been introduced in the last three decades. Lastly, changes in the law and the introduction of new weapons systems have led to a revolution in police training. In many instances and in addition to basic marksmanship training given at a firing range, police officers in the 21st Century are also trained via real-life “shoot-don’t-shoot” exercises and simulators. All of these factors have led to greater public and administrative expectations of police officers when they are faced with use of force situations.
Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.) a international expert in police policy and practices will explore the various factors in the evolution of law enforcement’s use of deadly force.
Air Force Amy, The Living Legend in the World of Sex is our guest on this episode. We'll discuss her tour in the Air Force, working at the Moonlight Bunny Ranch in Nevada, Cathouse the Series and all the other projects she's been involved with. Join us for all the fun
If you’re a Hip-Hop and an R&B fan, and grew up during the early 80’s, then you know MC El Bee and the Force MDs.
You may be familiar with MC El Bee, one of the true OGs, and one of the invisible legends during the birth of Hip-Hop, with connections to icons from Grandmaster Flash to Sugar Hill, to Eddie Murphy, just to name a few. And if you are familiar with Force MDs, then you know the voice of Trisco Pearson, who sang hits such as, “Tender Love” and “Love is a House”. These two legendary forces of Hip Hop and R&B will be sitting down to discuss the force that changed the face of music, their life, current projects, and even advice for aspiring artists.
Please join us on Wednesday, April 2, 2014
9pm PST/ 11pm CST/ 12 Midnight EST.
You’re welcome to call and speak directly to MC El Bee and Trisco Pearson at (646)200-3148. Or listen live from your computer and post your questions and comments in the chatroom.
True Hip Hop and R&B fans… This is a show for you!!
James H. Commander utilized genealogical research techniques to author his book, Love At Our Roots: How Freedom Became A Force For Change.
His book has been accepted into the prestigious Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York, as well as, the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History in Atlanta, Georgia. His lecture focuses on using family research to uncover empowering heritage for future generations.
Commander holds a Bachelor and Master's degree in arts, entertainment and media management from Columbia College of Chicago, Full Sail University. He resides in Greenville, South Carolina with his family.
Tune in with me and Jessica my co - host to find out all about your chakras and how they effect your life force!
The chakra system is so overlooked but it is the most vital energy source to your life in all ways!
Your chakras are your life energy source, by balancing them you can change your life and heal in all ways. Your chakras could be making you ill, week, poor, sad, depressed, crazy and causing you pain and lack of abundance. It really can be as simple as getting your chakras into aligment to heal all areas of your life. Your chakras effect your health, abundance, thoughts, sleep, mood, stress, disease, love life, pretty much everything in life.
When your chakras get balanced your life will shift into healing and abundance.
We will be taking callers questions " Live" 917-889-2843.
Come on in for the pre-game show of
Wichita Force vs Texas Revolution
Tommy Benizio & Bill Serna join Sonny Clark to talk about your Texas Revolition.