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To evolve, elevate, enrich, edify, encourage—these signifying words pepper singer/songwriter/producer and multi-instrumentalist Jarrard Anthony’s conversation whenever he describes his goals as a seeker, teacher, student and artist. Each time the doer presses the curve of a guitar against his body or sits poised behind an ivory row, he is searching, digging to unearth the stories and melodies of a shared humanity and spiritual source. Stated simply, Jarrard Anthony wants to connect, for listeners to experience the exchange of mutual energy-the transfer of love, knowledge, intimacy, and appreciation through music.
Demonstrating an early aptitude for writing songs to video game melodies, Jarrard caressed his first keyboard on Christmas Day at age 10. By high school, he’d made a commitment to share his gifts and seriously study his craft. While still in school, Anthony joined an R&B group, Personal Preference, where he learned the art of compromise and collaboration that would later lead to his writing for artists like Howard Hewitt, Franklin Roberts and many others. He was sought after for studio work with Levi Little of Blackstreet, Tim Dillinger, CJ Lewis, and producer Joshua Thompson (Babyface, Joe) just to name a few. Refinement in dance, voice, and performance came through 10,000 gladwell hours of group rehearsals, talent shows and local radio showcases, before eventually wowing the Apollo audience in New York.
Jarrard Anthony returns to Shootin’ The Breeze to share his views on love, life and family. He will give us an update on his latest project Ready To Live, JAPMEG and exciting news about the Saturday Soul Social.
Jarrard A. Powell Sr. CEO and founder of JAP Music & Entertainment Group. He established JAPMEG in 1998 and incorporated the company in 2004. Over the years he has worked tirelessly as the mastermind behind the strategic projects that have enriched his organization with real life knowledge and experience in every facet of the music business. In the realm of music business and industry, he is qualified in the administration of Licensing, Publishing, Booking, Distribution, Events and Artist Promotions, as well as Web based Sales & Marketing.
On the creative side he is known as Jarrard Anthony, and where artistic talents are concerned he is an experienced Music Producer, Vocal Arranger, Singer, Songwriter, and Musician. Jarrard Anthony has successfully branded his company as a pioneer of the indie soul music movement. Jarrard is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences(GRAMMYS) and is a publishing member of ASCAP. He holds a Bachelor 's Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management and is also certified in Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship.
The Anthony Aniano Fantasy Sports Show, formerly WarRoom Radio, airs every Wednesday night at 7:30 eastern and is a proud member of the Fantasy Sports Podcast Association. Hosted by Anthony Aniano from rotoballer.com and draftvalet.com and brought to you by Dynasty Sports Empire.com, tonight's episode features former pro wrestling personality and now host of the Who's on First baseball podcast, Vince Russo, @russosonfirst. I'll also preview week 8 of the fantasy baseball season with a look at the waiver wire, trades, and two start pitchers. Follow on twitter @AAnianoFantasy and also listen to my other show, Rotoballer Fantasy Sports Radio on BTR Wednesday nights at 9:30 est
The Anthony Aniano Fantasy Sports Show, formerly WarRoom Radio, airs every Wednesday night at 7:30 eastern and is a proud member of the Fantasy Sports Podcast Association. Hosted by Anthony Aniano from rotoballer.com and draftvalet.com and brought to you by Dynasty Sports Empire.com, tonight's episode features special guest Corey Parson, @TheFantasyExec, from Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio's Rotoexperts.com in the morning show to talk NFL rookies who should have a fantasy impact. I'll also preview week 7 of the fantasy baseball season with a look at the waiver wire, trades, and two start pitchers. Follow on twitter @AAnianoFantasy and also listen to my other show, Rotoballer Fantasy Sports Radio on BTR Wednesday nights at 9:30 est
Anthony S. Picco, has been a professional astrologer since 1986, with hundreds of readings and many hours of client counseling under his belt. He has a number of times on both “Practical Astrology” on BlogTalkRadio’s Angels & Warriors station with host Dawn Tevy, and as a guest on the earlier version of Sharita Star’s “What’s Your Sign? I Have Your Number,” when it was on WBCR-LP 97.7FM, in New England. He has also discussed The Seth Material lecturing at The Eyes of Learning, “Long Island’s Oldest and Most Respected Teaching and Metaphysical Learning Center,” in Levittown, NY. Join hosts Gwendolyn Holden Barry and Nicole Tomasinni.
Show # 270 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"
Slam Allen began his musical journey performing in the family band, The Allen Brothers before spending nine years as guitarist, lead singer and frontman for the legenday James Cotton. Now, his new album Feel These Blues is showcasing Slam as his own man, forging a new trail. Slam and I will talk about his journey and we will explore his many influences and what it feels like to influence the new generation of Blues Artists.
Anthony Gomes was raised in Toronto and began plying in his early teens.In the late 90's he moved to Chicago and had a brief stint with Magic Slim & The Teardrops before he was recognised as "Best Unsigned Blues Band" by Buddy Guy's Legends. His music has charted on Billboard, been awarded numerous accolades and awards and now Anthony has release Electric Field Hollar with a dozen original tracks. Anthony and I will discuss his career.
In addition to his solo albums, Jason Ricci has appeared as a guest harmonica player on albums with Johnny Winter, Ana Popovic, Walter Trout, & The Mannish Boys among others. He was named "Best Harmonica Player" at the 2010 Blues Music Awards, and has won a Grammy Award for his contribution to the 2014 Johnny Winter album Step Back. In February 2015, Ricci began a national tour with a new band named Jason Ricci and the Bad Kind. I will speak with Jason about his road, which has not always been so smooth.
WORLD PREMIER - Victor Wainwright returns to The Couch to share his upcoming release Boom Town two weeks before it drops! The album is a winner and Victor and I will discuss the last year of touring and getting healthy and more.
DANCING IN THE PROPHETIC. What's the meaning of dance? And, What is prophetic dance? APRIL L. ANTHONY MINISTRIES have a dance curriculum in prophetic dance and a workbook to assess your knowledge, "DANCE IN EXCELLENCE FOR HIS GLORY." On today's show learn about the basic foundation to dancing in the prophetic.
Callywood's ThrowBack Tuesday with Carl Anthony Payne
You will be inspired to fulfill God's plan for your life as a Soul Winner as you hear Mark Anthony Masters share sound Biblical doctrine for Kingdom living. We are not just called to be blessed of God, but also to impact the lives of others as we share our faith.
The bad news for Monty Williams was good news for the rest of the NBA.
There is now a strong chance that Anthony Davis leaves New Orleans and becomes an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2017.
That is the ultimate fallout from Tuesday's shocking news that the Pelicans had fired Williams after he led them to the Western Conference playoffs, where they were swept by the Golden State Warriors. The firing came a mere two weeks after owner Tom Benson wrote a public letter to Williams, general manager Dell Demps and the rest of the organization congratulating them on their achievement.
So what the heck happened in the interim?
Clear, concise answers were not forthcoming from front office executive Mickey Loomis, whose fingerprints are all over this move. Loomis, who also is the front-office overseer for Benson's other team, the NFL New Orleans Saints, is a guy who believes in organizational charts. In his mind, the coach should report to the general manager, and the GM should report to the owner. That was the the case in New Orleans, where Williams and Demps were on equal footing on the organizational chart.
And in the twisted mind of Loomis, if you don't have a functional organizational chart, you don't have a fully functional organization.
So he fired Williams.
It is a fascinating story, and it will remain a fascinating story for the next several years because Davis is not going to forget how this hatchet job went down. Last time a player of his caliber had this type of beef with management/ownership, he got himself shipped out of town. You may have heard of the guy: Chris Paul.
And in my crystal ball, I foresee Anthony Davis becoming the next Chris Paul.
More in this interview with Kristian Garic and T-Bob Hebert on WWL Radio in New Orleans, the Pelicans' flagship station.