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Julian Forest is an eclectic musician that likes to improvise and innovate. Blending music theory and sacred geometry, Julian's work is a spiritual pursuit. Come listen as we will be talking about a variety of things around "sacred geometry" and sacred music sciences and other topics in a light and entertaining way.
One of the most stylish and creative lead bassists of this wonderful time in C-jazz is the rising star Julian Vaughn whose fluid bass runs and compositions always seem to hit that special nerve in you that’s reserved for the smooth groove. Here on his latest released,Limitless, he continues to serve it up in abundance.
Bringing in a few luminaries from his Trippin N Rhythm/Cutmore Records family (saxmen Lebron and Darren Rahn, keyboardist Nicholas Cole, and flutist Althea Rene) along with saxmen Marcus Anderson and Elan Trotman, the bassist loads up with heavy grooves and romantic seductions.
The up-tempo but easy ridin’ lead track “Ride Along” firmly complements tracks like the energetic “Initiate” and calls a cool timeout for the fluid entrance of the more laid back romance-laden offering “All to Myself” and the mid-tempo R&Bish “Ecstacy.”
Vaughn’s wonderful tribute to the late great Wayman Tisdale shows how much of an impact the jovial and greatly talented Tisdale had on Vaughan.
We all love a great up-tempo jam, and Vaughn certainly offers his share here, but his skill with crafting slow- to mid-tempo tracks with tons of melody like the previously mentioned “All to Myself,” “I Will,” and “Say Yes” is equally as powerful and full of charm.
Here is a bassist who is doing it the right way…feeling the genre and the groove and how it moves him and his music to always strive for excellence. As the album title could imply, his potential is truly Limitless. – Ronald Jackson, The Smooth Jazz Ride.
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#MyRealTalkRadio interviews Blackbird Star: Julian Walker and Singer/Songwriter: Tyra B.
Rookie actor Julian Walker is the breakout star in the poignant new film, "Blackbird." The coming-of-age drama, based on the 1986 novel by Larry Duplechan, tells the story of Randy Rousseau, a saintly choirboy in small-town America struggling to reconcile his sexuality and conflicting religious beliefs.
Born and raised in Petersburg, VA, Tyra knew from a young age that she wanted to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. She started singing and dancing at talent shows in elementary school, and spent much of her free time practicing her craft. Her hard work paid off when, in 2004, at yet another one of these talent shows, a DJ from nearby Richmond was in the audience and decided to put her single, "Country Boy," on his radio show. Before too long she was a local celebrity, helped also by the success of her second single, "Still in Love," which led to an opening spot on Destiny's Child summer 2005 tour. Soon, she signed to Warner Bros., with plans made for her debut album, Introducing Tyra (which included the song "Get No Ooh Wee"), to be released. It wasn't until 2008, however, after yet another successful single, "Giving Me a Rush," hit the airwaves and television, that the singer, who was now calling herself Tyra B, issued her true debut, Past Due.
Monmouth running back Julian Hayes joins the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show to discuss his pro day preparation at Parabolic Performance in New Jersey, his workout at Yale University and expectations leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft. Hosted by Ric Serritella.
Small school sleeper Julian Hayes bring all the intangibles to the running back position. He joins host Ric Serritella on the NFL Draft bible pLayer Spotlight Show to discuss his recent pro day workout at Yale University and his prepartion for the 2015 NFL Draft.
PNN - The Forest of May
PNN News Director Rick Spisak brings you an interested assemblage of voices. Our Political Columnist Brook Hines will discuss her take on the latest MONKEY-SHINES in Tallahassee.
We will bring you an exclusive interview with Kari Birdseye of Earth Justice discussing the battles they have underway protecting our home PLANET.
We will hear more excerpts from the 33rd Annual National Pesticides Conference held at FAMU's Law School in Orlando - the BEE MAN
And in a rare and special treat we will have a discussion with EPA Whistleblower EG Vallianatos about his experiences at the EPA.
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Horace Julian Bond (born January 14, 1940), known as Julian Bond, is an American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor, and writer. While a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early 1960s, he helped to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Bond was elected to four terms in the Georgia House of Representatives and later to six terms in the Georgia Senate, having served a combined twenty years in both legislative chambers. From 1998 to 2010, he was chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the first president of theSouthern Poverty Law Center.
Rob discusses his observations of Wake Forest's spring practices and spring game. He is joined by Les Johns of Deacons Illustrated. The two will break down an early depth chart for this year's football team.
Jeff Holmes and the Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy (ARC) have been working overtime in the Francis Marion National Forest in South Carolina documenting rare species of reptiles and amphibians. Learn what has been happening here on Herpin' Time Radio. Check out the ARC at: http://amphibianandreptileconservancy.org/