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John J Nazarian has returned to the airwaves!
Celebrity P. I. John J Nazarian's weekly take on the news from the funny, to the bizarre, to the serious. John's show will have 1-3 guests depending on the topic; which will be announced on his site.
The guests will range from the funny, bizarre, good friends to the top experts.
John and his guests will be covering current events including High Profile trials, celebrity gossip, celebrity guests and/or top expert guests in their fields.
Some shows will have guests debating with John, other shows will be fun, or to gossip about Hollywood and the rich and famous; some shows are serious with serious content, like John's commitment to stop teen bullying and suicides.
John's shows will run the gambit to crumple you over with laughter from bizarre headline; to educate you with society tough topics; to making you cry as you listen to a guest bare all.
Telephone lines are always open to call in throughout each show. We encourage you to join in the discussion, or ask questions of John and/or his guests.
Visit John's website to get the latest breaking topics coming up on future shows at:
Or you can just check back here to see who John's guests for a particular show; guaranteed to make you laugh, think and at times cry.
Be sure to go through his website to see the pictures of John's family, grandchildren, Charlie the $10k PI doberman, and John's love for cars, motorcycles and all things fast!
Join us Monday May 4th at 11:30am for another episode of Something's Brewing.
We are so excited to have Nicole Marquez on the show! Her story is one of inspiration and the biggest lesson of never giving up. Please tune in and here her story. You will be inspired and grateful that you did. Please spread the word too. If you want to read more about Nicole's amazing story, check out her website. http://www.youcantstopthisdancer.com/
Our show starts live at 11:30am sharp and our call in line is (646) 200-4173. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/somethingsbrewing
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Named one of the 27 greatest keyboard players of all time by Music Radar, Frank McComb is a divine soul man who speaks with the native tongue of soul, jazz, blues and pop. His virtuoso vocal and piano work has made him not only an indispensable and highly sought after session musician, but a favorite on the soul, jazz and R&B scenes. He’s worked with Prince, Branford Marsalis, George Duke, Patrice Rushen, Gerald Levert, The Rude Boys, and so many more! Frank will talk to us about his new EP SoulMate featuring guitarist David P. Stevens and Avery Sunshine.
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On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline on ACE Network, your hosts Aqua Alex and Fish Man Jeff will be talking about a fish that we both keep. Alex and Jeff have recently shown interest in Clown Knifes and we will be discussing them for all of our wonderful fish keeping listeners! Clown Knifes are an interesting Oddball fish that get pretty big and can be kept in a larger sized aquarium.
Alex and Jeff will discuss how to care for the clown knife, what to feed the clown knife, tankmates for the clown knife, and everything you need to know about the clown knife.
Feel free to call in at 1 347-989-8142 with any questions or discuss why you love the Clown Knife fish!
This week, we talk with music - and now media - mogul, Frank Johnson. At age 17, one label had moved him up to New York to work for them. He worked for Def Jam Records for years, working closely with then Def Jam president, Kevin Liles.
Starting as a rap artist himself, he didn't like the way his label was treating him, so he decided to learn the reins himself. And he learned it well! At which point, he stopped performing so he could help other young artists take control of their careers. He still promotes, through his newly-launched Frank Johnson Media. But he also has his own radio and TV network, WPB Networks, and his Creative Hub Baltimore provides space and support for young artists to grow.