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Tune in for a special evening edition of That's Entertainment as I interview actress/singer, Cymphonique. As the daughter of businessman, music mogul and philanthropist, Percy Miller (aka Master P), and the little sister of Romeo Miller, (aka Lil Romeo), Cymphonique has not only carved out her own identity, but is taking Hollywood and the music industry by storm. Cymphonique will be stopping by to talk about her long awaited new album, "Passion," which is schedule to be release in June. In addition, her new single and video "Nobody Like You" and "Something" featuring Jacob Latimore is already topping radio charts and is an iTune and fan favorite! Tune in on Thursday, May 16 at 5pm ET as I talk with this talented triple threat, Cymphonique.
After 35 years corporate experience Patricia Adams transitions to Jazz Singer. Takes to the stage becomes nominated in the 44th Annual Grammy Awards in four categories. Delivers a workshop at Berklee College of Music in Boston her business jazz jam for the entrepreneurial musician, Bandleader Toolkit© a collaboration with her music director, Berklee Professor Ray Santisi where they explore the nuts and bolts of prospecting, booking, managing gigs and venues. Her vocals deliver an approach with emphasis on intimacy between the band leader and musicians sounds mixed of jazz, blues, gospel, and salsa. She puts together a musical road atlas sets her apart from many of the jazz vocalists on the contemporary scene. Her unusual arrangements of well-known material are available through CDBaby.com and patriciaadams.com. With a BS and MBA degrees, studied music theory, harmony, and improvisation at the New England Conservatory , the Performing Arts School of Worcester and studied with Semenya McCord, Dominique Eade, Frank Wilkins, Jeannie Lovetri of Voice Workshop and Jim Carson, Sheila Jordan and Kirk Nurock. Listen to one of her tracks entitled "Frim Fram Sauce from Album First Sundays ". She retains her exemplary repertoire, mixing standards with wonderful songs that never quite make the "chestnut" category but should. Patricia Adams Quartet at Ryles Jazz Club on 1st Sundays, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm singin' and swingin' to standing room only crowds. A Repeat Blogtalkradio Staff Pick - Patricia Adams Live - Host Patricia E Adams
Today (for the first 4 min.), we are blessed to be entertained with KATELYN McCARTER singing her single ‘Free From Me’.
Focusing her music career around God, Katelyn gives Him all the honour. Just listening to her strong vocals portraying faith and conviction, we can feel how she is in glory while performing with strong vocals with a remarkable feel of faith and conviction. What a gift from God!
“This bright, beautiful singer is establishing herself as a serious artist as she gains recognition for her strong vocal skills” – YouMusic.com
This remarkable voice and epic sounding instrumental background from the song, ‘Free From Me', can be purchased as a single on Amazon or on iTunes.). Be sure to check out all the media remarks, such as: “…Katelyn’s style and vocals are so similar to the felt passion of Natalie Grant.” >http://www.examiner.com/review/katelyn-mccarter-free-from-me-review<
Enjoy listening to this Christian/Pop artist and catch the inside scoop about this newest Christian singing sensation, Katelyn McCarter, through this conversational/entertaining interview.
Award winning singer and speaker, LouAnn Lee is an international recording artist. Passion for the local church fuels the writing of her songs. Her songs have charted consistently on CRW. She has won awards with GMA, and also been featured in Worship Leader Magazine numerous times. LouAnn has ministered in many churches including: Saddleback Church in Orange County, CA, First Baptist Church, Dallas, Tx, Crystal Cathedral, as well as small churches that need encouragement and hope. Her music is passionate. Her latest live worship CD, "Run To You," produced by Ben Gowell (Paul Baloche, Sara Groves) ranges from high energy praise songs to passionate, gorgeous ballads written with the Church in mind. LouAnn is the Worship Leader and Women's Pastor at Celebration Church in Auburn, Ca.
LouAnn is an amazing woman with a heart for God, and a passion to heal those around her. Don't mis this beautiful time together to grow in Christ & learn from one of the best.
John Jones, Singer, Songwriter & Pianist talks about his newly released album, Everything I Have
Be sure to visit AND VOTE for John on ArtistSignal.com! It'll help propel his career! https://artistsignal.com/johnjones
John's repertoire runs from Cole Porter to Coldplay. As a singer and classically trained pianist, John Jones has been entertaining crowds in the Midwest full-time since 2004. Whether augmented with arrangements of his 150+ self-produced backing tracks or simply playing and singing, his expressive vocals and dynamic piano work have led people to a few common opinions, expressed to John in conversations, emails, and social media posts; "John Jones is full of passion for what he does. It's hard to take your eyes off the energy of his performances. I've never seen so many people dancing in a piano bar."
In addition to his live performance work, John is an internationally-distributed songwriter. R&B/jazz vocalist Maysa Leak (of the British funk group Incognito) has recorded two of his songs for solo projects: "Honeybee" was featured on her 2010 album "A Woman in Love," and the ballad "Everything" appeared on her 2003 release "Out of the Blue." He's released three independent albums of original songs on iTunes and the internet: "Homegrown," "Shine Right Where You Are," and "Everything I Have."
For more information visit: http://www.johnjoneschicago.com/fr_home.cfm
Join Emmy Award winning news journalist Victoria Gaither and Entertainment Co-host Michael Kay when actor/ singer Jason Dottley and actor/activist Terri Simmons drop by At Home with Victoria.
Star of the Del Shores cult classic "Sordid Lives: The Series", Jason Dottley is now making his mark on the Billboard Music charts. His new single, "It's Our Night" has earned him the title "Prince of the Dance Floor". Jason will tell us about his new projects as we listen to his hits. Check him out at www.jasondottley.com.
You loved her as Parker Kensington Parker in the multi-award winning webseries PRETTY, now Terri Simmons is starring as Rebecca in "The Trouble Man". This neo-noir detective comedy is one to watch. Terri also catches us up on her latest projects and brilliant charity work. Watch her at www.prettytheseries.com and www.thetroubleman.com
Over a three-decade career that launched with one of the greatest pop-rock albums ever recorded, 13 albums and hundreds of songs later, Marshall Crenshaw is still rocking out with remarkably consistent melody, craftsmanship and passion.
His efforts have been rewarded with the devotion of a broad and remarkably loyal fan base.
“I wanted to think of a different way of working that would inspire me and keep me motivated,” Crenshaw says of his newest endeavor, a subscription-only service that addresses the recent seismic changes in the music-industry landscape by cutting out the record-company middle man to distribute his new recordings directly to fans.
The bespectacled Michigan-bred singer/songwriter/guitarist caught an early, and very telling, break playing John Lennon in a touring company of Broadway musical Beatlemania, He began his recording career with legendary indie single “Something’s Gonna Happen,” on Alan Betrock’s Shake label.
His wild popularity in NYC helped to win Crenshaw a deal with Warner Bros. Records, which released his still breathtaking self-titled 1982 debut album. With such classics as “Someday, Someway,” “Cynical Girl,” and "Mary Anne" that LP established Crenshaw as one of his era’s preeminent tunesmiths — a stature that was confirmed by subsequent albums Field Day, Downtown, Mary Jean & 9 Others, Good Evening, and on and on.
Crenshaw’s compositions have been successfully covered by a broad array of performers, including Bette Midler, Kelly Willis, Robert Gordon, Ronnie Spector, Marti Jones, and the Gin Blossoms, with whom Crenshaw co-wrote the Top 10 single “Til I Hear It From You.”
Having released her first album at the age of 13, country artist Amy Rose has made the country charts in her decade's long career.
Part of the new generation of singer/songwriters in Nashville, the Candian born artist is looking to once again to make an impact on the scene.
We talk to Rose about her humble beginning and how her music has evovled over the years.
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Tamara Bubble is a songwriter, actress, singer and model from Brooklyn, New York. She writes and performs dance, hip hop, mixing in some jazz and soul. Tamara is currently based out of Charlotte while promoting her debut album Unleashed in the Southeast region. We will talk about her career, her struggle to get to where she is today and where she is going to be in the future. Check out her website at http://TamaraBubble.com and you can also find her music video on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/user/TamaraMusicVEVO and ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/tamara-bubble/id492364681 follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TamaraBubble and become a friend on Facebook at http://facebook.com/TamaraBubble Stop by her blog and get the latest information http://tamarabubble.wordpress.com/ . You can also head over to http://tamarabubble.bandcamp.com/ and listen to her latest releases.
Ryan Singer is one of the best up-and-coming comedians on the circuit. In Rolling Stone magazine Marc Maron listed Singer as a comedian who "should be big."
Back in January I caught Ryan on tour opening for Maron in Raleigh and found him to be even better than anticipated. This guy could easily headline any club in the country.
On this episode, Ryan and I discuss his comedy background, life on the road, and a couple of crazy stories. Find out why I was so nervous about that Raliegh show. Hear Ryan's take on waking up in a comedy condo only to realize that Marc Maron and Elayne Boosler had been talking about you all night.
Finally, get a kick out of a couple guys exchanging CB radio stories. Yes, you heard me right. CB radio stories.
Find Ryan on the web here.
Follow Ryan on Twitter @RySing
Deardra Shuler interviews singer Rachel Brown, an Ethiopian/Bermudian with southern roots, whose voice reveals a sultriness and sweetness that has captivated listeners. A musician who plays the guitar and ukulele, Rachel embodies with her African/Caribbean band, the genres of pop, Caribbean, Hawaiian, country, hip-hop and world sounds into a captivating groove.
At 19, with no formal musical training, Brown found her voice organically. “My songwriting process consists of grabbing my guitar and learning how to play it while I write songs,” says Brown. “I just play until it sounds right.”
Brown was the 2010 recipient of the prestigious ASCAP Foundation Robert Allen Award for songwriting as well as a 2011 recipient of the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame Abe Olman Award for Excellence in Songwriting. She also received a very coveted showcase slot at the National Association for Campus Activities’ national convention, leading to a 40 date college tour.
The Harvard graduate has been featured by the New York Post and PerezHilton.com and has opened for the likes of Mary J. Blige and Robin Thicke at Bermuda’s National Stadium, and John Legend and Quincy Jones at the Bermuda Music Festival.
Brown’s music also caught the ear of Wyclef Jean who brought her up on stage to perform an impromptu duet of Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” at a fundraiser held at New York’s legendary Cipriani 42 Street. Recently Jean joined Brown onstage at her residency at NYC’s famed supper club, The Darby.
Be sure to catch Brown’s debut EP “Building Castles” which is available now.