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Mark and Cupid discuss The Presidential Inauguration, Real Hollywood Husbands and more on the worlds first interactive social media show which stars social media users on Twitter, Facebook and all social platforms.http://www.themarkmillionshow.com Mark Million and "Cupid," the worlds first "Twee Jays" and "Media Jocks," shout-out to friends, fans, and followers while discussing current events in entertainment, politics, and social media. Follow Mark on Twitter as he and Cupid make social media history.Twiter at: @MarkMillionShow and @Authorcupid.
One of the pivotal days in Alicia Olatuja's life happened just last year. She had a memorable moment, singing at one of the BIG Inauguration events for the re-elected Barack Obama. So stunning was her classically trained mezzo soprano voice that the buzz began IMMEDIATELY. No less than Elizabeth Hasselbeck (formerly of "The View") praised her on the show as if she had never heard anyone sing before that day :)
Well, the buzz has never STOPPED - and that's no exaggeration! This beautiful St. Louis native - now based in New York - is writing her own ticket to stardom. A vocal performance graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, Alicia gave her recital at Carnegie Hall. And she debuted professionally as Sacagawea in a world premiere operetta.
Musical Theater and Opera have been great passions in our guest's life - but so has Jazz. She and her husband, the fantastic bassist, Michael Olatuja, have their own band. When you hear "The Olatuja Project", your receive the bliss of Alicia singing in a Yoruba or Shona dialect. Please check out "The Promise" on CD.
And the reason for Glorious Alicia's visit? Her OTHER CD, "Timeless." :-D When the most industrious promoter, Kari Gaffney, sent the album to yours truly, there was a lengthy ZONING during that day. Little else got accomplished but listening to Alicia's voice. If you've HEARD her, you know! Michael is with her on this project - as well as another bassist that you might know: Christian McBride :) And other noteworthy artists.
But it's the world class Alicia Olatuja who is our focus on 12/2. With the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir since 2007, voice teacher, vocal producer, teaching artist at the neighborhood Arts Council - OH - and a composer, too! So very impressive. Please: hear for yourself!
Come learn about my adventure to the Inauguration and how MCA played a part!
Pastoral Inauguration Ordination of Pastor Frances Smith of Fayetteville, NC
Astrologer Pamela Cucinell talks about the astrology of the inauguration, Lance Armstrong's horoscope and what's ahead for business in 2013.
Small business owners and entrepreneurs benefit from working with natural cycles instead of against them. Let's talk current events as Pamela forecasts energetic trends through the lens of astrology. Callers are guided by Pamela's insightful interpretation of their birth horoscope in plain english. Pamela emphasizes the usefulness of acting at the right time for success in business, projects, relationships and goals.
Hosted by professional astrologer Pamela Cucinell and virtually supported by Suzanne Bird-Harris, wp web designer.
Day of November 22nd 1963? Al Suarez and Chris Jay discuss JFK's legacy, and the fascist takeover of the US government since his assassination. Al being from Boston this show is particularly important to him. We will also discuss the Alliance for Progress and the Peace Corps which JFK started to promote internationalism and better the reputation of the US in the world, which was infiltrated against JFK's will by the CIA. JFK wanted to abolish the Federal Reserve, the CIA, and keep the military industrial complex in check. He also wanted to end the Cold War and have the trainers leave Vietnam so there would be no escalation there which is what Johnson did. It is probable he also wanted the quarantine against Cuba lifted and a settlement in the conflict there. Instead we have to this day an embargo against Cuba. There is no doubt the establishment made an example of him, but his legacy lives on, and the fire of revolution has not been extinguished. As the youth volunteered in the Peace Corps and the Alliance for Progress in Latin America, many did so from the inspiring words the president said at his inauguration "Do not ask what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." Such was the things of true patriotism. He also said "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable." Him and his brother Bobby ended up making the ultimate sacrifice, along with their older brother who gave his life in WWII. Being from a rich family, they did not need at the time money from the banks or corporations to corrupt them, with JFK's military career, he would not be intimidated by the generals either. With enemies all around, JFK's fate was set. We will be doing the show an hour and a half, callers welcome.
Mark and Cupid discuss The Presidential Inauguration and more on the worlds first interactive social media show which stars social media users on Twitter, Facebook and all social platforms.http://www.themarkmillionshow.com Mark Million and "Cupid," the worlds first "Twee Jays" and "Media Jocks," shout-out to friends, fans, and followers while discussing current events in entertainment, politics, and social media. Follow Mark on Twitter as he and Cupid make social media history.Twiter at: @MarkMillionShow and @Authorcupid.
NAVAJO TALK RADIO - NN Election Postponed, Shirley/Begaye, McLaughlinvsBegaye:
We have so much to talk about.
The 2014 Navajo Nation Presidential Election has been postponed. The 24 Council Delegates will have their inauguration in January.
Ben Shelly will be in office for a bit longer.
In the meantime Joe Shirley, Jr./Dinah Benally vs Russell Begaye/Jonathan Nez campaign is awaiting a RULING which might come tomorrow. Mr. Richie Nez has a lot on his plate. There are so many information out, what do you think should happen?
Peterson Zah was a consultant to the NNOGC. What is your opinion?
We are at a crossroads of our NN government. Let's talk about it!
But what are our options?