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We selected Dr. Kendrick Kahler to be our last guest on our show. His inspirational story of overcoming a traumatic accident and going on to glorify God with his work as a medical missionary inspired the audience at the 2015 Mayor's Prayer Breakfast. His story is one you will not forget. Two shows left, join us.
Lorette Farris, CEO, iBOSS, Inc.
Time and capitalization are the biggest pain points for start-up and small business founders and their management. iBOSS helps solve both through its robust capital formation training and advisory services for entrepreneurs raising investment capital.
Lorette started her financial services career in risk management helping business owners protect their income and assets. Then moving into investment banking she conducted numerous capital raises through private placements, IPO’s, and secondary offerings. Subsequently becoming a business broker then mergers and acquisitions specialist. Lorette has serviced founders running lifestyle businesses through mid-sized emerging market executives. Today, Lorette helps small and emerging market entrepreneurs develop capital raising campaigns through training and direct advisory services.
The Wrestling Heads Radio crew returns to the air on the Elite Podcast Network with a special guest. Brian Kendrick returns to the show to talk plenty including NXT, AWS, his school & so much more! WHRADIO will also recap RAW, talk the possible banning of Seth Rollins' curb stomp & other topics.
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With an unparalleled passion for country music, it comes as no surprise that Skytone Entertainment artist Matt Farris's career has gotten off to a promising start. A heart for helping those in need paired with an incredible talent and positive energy has allowed for the early and natural growth of a significant fan base. All of these characteristics have given Farris a strong foundation on which to build his career – one that, at the hands of another, was almost instantaneously taken away.
After graduating high school, Farris moved to Flagstaff to attend Northern Arizona University and later to Phoenix where he became an emergency medical technician and certified fire fighter through The Glendale Community College Fire Academy – all the while continuing to work on his music. His plight for country music stardom, however, nearly came to a tragic end when an altercation with two strangers trying to steal his father's truck left both Farris and his father shot.
Despite a full schedule, Farris still finds time to give back, supporting both the Make a Wish Foundation and the American Cancer Society – focusing on Breast Cancer Awareness. After losing friend Denise to the disease, he started Denise's Day – an annual benefit in his hometown which can be seen at www.denisesday.org.
"Giving back is extremely important to me. I love everything about what I do. But, more than anything, I love that it allows me a platform to better help those that need it. My music gives others a voice... I love my job."
Hip hop artist Kendrick Lamar just dropped his 3rd studio album, To Pimp A Butterfly, on March 16. The album was supposed to come out on March 23 but was released early and set the music industry on fire.
For the first time on the 12 Radio Show, the host 12kyle will have a full album review for To Pimp A Butterfly. If you're a fan of Kendrick Lamar or a hip hop fan...you don't want to miss this!!!
The show will only be for an hour and will air March 21st (Saturday) at 2pm est. You can listen online at www.blogtalkradio.com/12kyle or (347)215-7162
Country recording artist Matt Farris stops by #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his musical journey with host Cyrus Webb and introduce his new single SHE'S DONE.
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Kendrick Lamar’s third album, ‘To Pimp a Butterfly.’ Is it the album of the year? Has Kendrick set an impossibly high bar that his peers can never hope to reach? Is it a genre bending masterpiece, or is it woefully overrated? Are people judging the album based solely on its own merits? Does the largely positive response to this album signal a new direction for mainstream rap music? Why do people insist on drawing comparisons between K-Dot and Drake?
We’ll also be having yet another of our penchant freestyle sessions! Any and every topic will be up for debate and discussion. Is Damon Dash a misunderstood visionary, or a snake oil selling windbag? Have we truly seen the last of Suge Knight? Will the live-action Attack on Titan films be as good as either the manga or the anime? Are superhero comics hopelessly sexist and misogynistic? How many of the aforementioned topics will we be able to discuss in the space of 120 minutes? Tune in to find out!
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will be discussing two topics. The first topic we will discuss is colorism in the so-called Black community. Can someone not be "Black" enough? Can someone rap about "Blacker the Berry" while having a fiance' that represent the extreme opposite. Is colorism a real problem in Black America? The second topic we will be discussing is the the use of the word n*gga. Does that word hold Black people back? Can someone be revolutionary yet use that word? Those are some of the questions we'll discuss. Join us.
Join Destiny Empowerment Radio's Power Couple Hosts for their amazing Show "The Success Factor w/Kendrick & Kalcey Gordon" every Monday night from 8:00pm - 9:00pm CST.
The Success Factor is based on attracting, achieving and maintaining success in a family setting, whether in business, finance, relationship or spirituality. The aim is to reach those who feel there is more to life than what their current situation has afforded them. This show is not only for the Married Couple but also singles and those who are trying to figure out this thing called Success in Life without losing their true identity.
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This show is a re-broadcast. However, in light of the fact the family has filed a $100 million lawsuit naming some of Kendrick's classmates, some of the school's staff, and members of law enforcement responsible for Kendrick's death, we thought we would re-broadcast this 2 hour interview done with the parents, Kenneth and Jackie Johnson and their attorney Chevene King.
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