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Hey, gang; it's Jason Kelly of "30JK"... trying my best to get Jason DeCanio on this mic to talk about "Queens New Yorker" & "Life in the Fast Lane"... but we'll see what happens. Will we finally hear from him THIS TIME, or will we have another surprise guest takin' his place?!
I don't know; YOU don't know! The only way to find out is to keep it right here on "The J" See ya'll this Friday! You know the number: 347-857-2310, or online; www.blogtalkradio.com/JKFX4LIFE; you already know, baby! ;)
OK, this time... we hope to get Jason DeCanio back in here... the last time, you recall... we didn't get him because of time conflicts and the fact he was busy with work and other stuff. RE-DO! RE-DO! ;) (Thank You to announcer BURTON RICHARDSON for holdin' the fort with me; you're the best!)
TOPICS INCLUDE: Stuff discussed on "Fast Lane" & "Queens New Yorker", what they are and why Jazzy Jason does the shows he does!
Join in the conversation! 347-857-2310! www.blogtalkradio.com/JKFX4LIFE ... see ya there!
Hey, everybody!!! Jason Kelly up in herre... stay tuned as "30JK" welcomes back to the mic...Mr. "What's on Your Mind" himself, "Jazzy Jason"; the Phat Daddy Panda! He will talk about his brand-new YouTube show called "LIFE IN THE FAST LANE". What is it about? You gotta listen and call in, so that you'll be in the know with the uber-snappy and snazzy... MISTER -- JAZZY -- JASOOOONNN DeCANIOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! ;)
You know the number -- 347-857-2310; www.blogtalkradio.com/JKFX4LIFE; hope to hear from ya'll!
Join me; Jason Kelly, with very special guest... from the "Queens New Yorker" & "What's On Your Mind"... "Jazzy Jason" Decanioooooooooo (!!!) as we pay homage to radio from the good old transistor days to the Digital Age, where anything can happen online... and 9 outta 10, it usually does!
Simulcasting from the PROJECT JKFX STUDIOS in lovely Lewisville, TX & the WJDC STUDIOS in awesome Oviedo, FL... 347-857-2310; don't forget to follow me on Twitter & Facebook! We'll see you here! ;)
Ooooooo-KAAAYYY!!! Gonna try this again... all this week so far, it's been re-do after re-do for this guy... no-show; hopefully he will come through for me this time around. "Queens New Yorker" & "Life in the Fast Lane" on YouTube -- and of course, his very own radio show on USTREAM ("Jazzy... Jasoooooooooon DeCanioooooooooooooo!!!")
Join in the convo at 347-857-2310 or blogtalkradio.com/JKFX4LIFE; follow me on Facebook, Twitter and, of course BTR! We'll see you right here! ;) Later, gang... and see you on the Flipside. Hornz Up!!!
Dj Khasper Bhinks goes 1 on 1 in a stripped down, no holds barred interview with Veteran Southern Artist, Sapp Reefa!
Stay tuned, ya'll -- Jason got it goin' on with more of "Japan's Funkiest"! Westcoast Stone in the building!
Ain't no party like a "JK" party, 'cuz a "JK" party don't stop! You know the number -- 347-857-2310; www.blogtalkradio.com/JKFX4LIFE
See you at 4pm CT/2pm PT right here on 30JK; BlogTalkRadio, baby! You already know what it is!
Old School Rollin' at its finest... and in case you've forgotten who this is... THIS IS PROJECT JKFX!!! COME ON!!!
JASOOOOOOOOONNNN KELLY... that's right, ch'yeaaaaahhhh!!! ;) Uh-hunh, uh-hunh!!! LEGGO!!!
Training (Retraining) the Mind don't get it twisted.. It is a major issue in today's world of sport. Too many athletes have the athleticism to play at an elite level, but they do not. Why? They have not been taught how to think.
Well, Jason Colvin of TeamQuest will be joining Stephen McCarthy of The McCarthy Project to talk about how creativity, individuality, and the team can be developed towards not just doing what you are told by your coach, but living in the moment and completing the task that is needed at that moment based on what the athlete knows and sees.
For more information on The McCarthy Project, visit our website.
Sapp began a career with the Barton Village Souljahz a.k.a "Millionaires N’ Playaz", a nationally acclaimed group known for their O.W.T.T. (Only With True Thugs) theme. He eventually branched off from that scene and created a team of artists named the ‘Illegal Souljahz’. Feeling no progression was being made, Sapp took on a solo career. He began producing his own music and writing constantly. He linked up with labels Ghetto Child Ent. and Gutta Records Ent. to begin pushing his music across the Southeast. He produced hits like, “Occasionally IDGAF” and “GOOD TIMES”. He has been heard and seen performing with various artists like WIZ KHALIFA, TUKI CARTER, NAUGHTY BY NATURE, JEEZY, ASHANTI, JARULE, IMMATURE, OOMP CAMP, PASTOR TROYS (RHONDA) OF DSGG, MIRACLE, and a host of other artists that have made a name for themselves in the game.
Sapp Reefa is now an executive at the Hip-Hop games newest label – Gutta Records & Ent. While posting as a significant shareholder in the company, he is still grinding his style of music and preparing for his debut album – "The Yellow Tape"
Blasturthoughts Online Radio show is for all the Independent Artist out there grinding and looking to gain more exposure. Call in to the show on Monday, Tuesday,and Thursday 8-10 p.m at (323) 693-3021 and tell us about your music and where we can find you putting it down. After the show make sure to sign up to Blasturthoughts so you can get your music heard by other members on the site. Go to http://blasturthoughts.com and upload your videos right now.
Warren Sapp! A Hall of Famer, Sapp played college football for the University of Miami, where he was recognized as a consensus All-American and won multiple awards. Sapp played in the National Football League (NFL) from 1995 to 2007 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders.
In his first year of eligibility, on February 2, 2013, he was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.The Buccaneers entered him into their Ring of Honor on November 11, 2013 and retired his #99 jersey.
How can lessons from band class impact traditional academic learning environments? How does having a professional musician lead band class impact the learning environment? What role does jazz play in building character? On Friday, July 18, 2014, we'll revisit our conversation with Saxophonist and Educator, Jason Curry. Join us at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) and "Get in on the rhythm."
Continue our conversation on Twitter @JasonCurryMusic and follow Dr. Modeste @GlobalJackie and Dr. Wes @JazzDemocracy
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