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Rock and Roll hall of Famer, Jackie Wilson, was handsome, charismatic, dynamic and one of the
most influential artist in music history. Wilson's contribution in cross-fertilizing both genres of R&B
and Pop, made him a jack of all trades in the entertainment field, proven by his acclaimed title as
Join Q-Man, T-Mitch and the Chancellor of Soul, Mike Boone on tonight's Wednesday Rewind as we
discuss the life and musical times of Jackie Wilson.
Born in Cuba, and now calling Miami, Florida home, JACKIE ARREDONDO has recently released her single, “Like We Used To” to international radio! This multi-talented artist has already gained attention with her with her EP, “Just Call Me Jackie,” which was produced in Nashville by Brian G White. In 2012, she was the first Latina to introduce the steel guitar to National Hispanic television, and she was the first Latina to introduce genuine country music with Spanish lyrics to Hispanic radio - reaching number one on the Latin radio charts with “The Woman You Wanna Be” (El Hombre Perfecto) and reaching number three with “Let Me Fall” (Por Que Eres Tan Cruel).
Canadian JAMES KEITH NORMAN proudly introduces his brand new album, “That’s Right,” and its first single, “In Trouble Now.” Each and every one of the nine tracks on “That’s Right,” his third album, was written by James, and recorded in Nashville. It has some real “heavyweight’ players involved: Jon Conley (Kenny Chesney) on guitar, Rob Hajacos (Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, Shania Twain) on fiddle, Smith Curry (Rascal Flatts, Taylor Swift, Little Big Town) on steel...just to name a few. His stepfather, Jimmy Coxson, was a successful pianist, well known around the jazz clubs and a staple at the CBC. His mother, Mona was an influential music booking agent, business music consultant, author and columnist at Canadian Musician magazine.
Tune in for this one hour episode of In The Country featuring stories and songs from my guests Jackie Arredondo and James Keith Norman.
Happy Birthday Day Jackie Chan
Chan was born on 7 April 1954, in British Hong Kong, as Chan Kong-sang, to Charles and Lee-Lee Chan, refugees from the Chinese Civil War. He was nicknamed Pao-pao Chinese: ("Cannonball") because the energetic child was always rolling around.
His parents worked for the French ambassador in Hong Kong, and Chan spent his formative years within the grounds of the consul's residence in the Victoria Peak district.
This morning, we are cooking up a great show, as Debbie talks with New York’s own Chef Extraordinaire, Jackie Valenti. After working in 4 and 5 star restaurants for years, Jackie decided to combine what she had learned from those experiences, her mother’s best recipes … and basic recipes she has enhanced upon … and share them … with the world! She has just released her first cook book, "Cooking Kept Me Sane," and has made several cooking videos available on You Tube.
Today, Jackie is going to be sharing with Debbie and our “On The Grid” listening audience such gems as …. the seven ways to ruin your omelettes , nine ways to screw up oatmeal, and fifteen ways to burn more fat. Just what are the essential kitchen tools you need to make you a star chef in your own kitchen? Jackie Valenti is going to be sharing all of this … and more.
To add to the fun ...our listeners are invited to call in at (323) 792-3071 and ask Jackie Valenti your questions … and maybe even get some suggestions for that upcoming event you are hosting!
Join us Saturday, March 22, 2014-10:00 am EST - Call in at (323) 792-3071.
Same place, same time … same strong cup of java!