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We are excited to discuss a topic that every American can get behind. In honor of the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, we are have Dr. Tim Hale and Dr. Mike Maroon on to discuss ACE's wonderful new program "A Soldiers Smile". Like always, join your hosts Hogan Allen & Richard Train, along with occasional clinical guest hosts, for "The Whole Tooth". The show airs every Tuesday at 8 P.M. EST, with a weekly conversation with not only the "who's who" in dent
He's a Grammy-winning songwriter and producer, member of the Grammy-winning group Maroon 5 and Young Money Records, but at the end of the day PJ Morton is a man who loves music. He talks with Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb about that love, his single with Stevie Wonder ONLY ONE and the upcoming album NEW ORLEANS.
Grayson’s Live2Love is an almost perfectly paced conceptualized look at the American pop scene from Aretha Franklin to Sade and from Hall & Oates to Maroon 5. Far more than an above average coverage artist, toss in some wildly creative originals including the first radio single “Afterthoughts” highlighting a prolific ability on soprano sax not to mention the ability to bring the long lost vocal art of scatting back to the modern audience. Who does that? While some of her contemporaries struggle with vocals that are “passable” at best, Grayson is a solid vocalist and uses her ability as flavor and texture without ever seemingly pushing the envelope in search of the elusive crossover hit despite the fact this release contains roughly a half dozen.
Now firmly settled and established in the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore scene, Bach has by way of a dedicated fan base and an ever-growing list of corporate and reputable clients honed a craft worthy of recognition. As recipient of two Gold Records and winner of the 2004 Maryland State Art Council Performance Award, he has tasted the fruit of his efforts firsthand. His band, The David Bach Consort, was the winner of the Jazz Discovery Showcase on BET, has performed at Jazzmatazz with B.B. King, and has played at the Kennedy Center.
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"Powerful people never educate powerless people in what they need that they can use to take the power away from powerful people; it's too much to expect. If I was in power, I would not educate people in how to take my powers away."Dr. John Henrik ClarkeOn the next episode of Destroy n Rebuild Radio, we will be talking about Black Economic Maroon spaces and their importance to the strategy for black economic power. We'll brainstorm on how to go about applying them in a realisti
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Mary Maroon rides for Stevens Bikes team based in Sacramento. This was a face to face pre-recorded interview two days before her win at the Santa Cruz Classics Criterium! We talked about the race in the interview and what her strategies were going into the race.
Mary was very professional from the time she rode down the street to meet NorCal CyclingNews. Her bling bling machine is a black beauty matching her kit, a Specialized bike. Beautiful and intimidating bike! Starting her 2013 season was a good top 30 finish at the Merco Classics without team mates and going against World Class women's stacked field. On Stage 3 of Merco, there was a winning break away and she won the bunch sprint from the chase group finishing an awesome 7th place.
Catch her at the Hellyer Velodrome soon as she teams up with Emily Thurston for the madison race. Two powerful riders most likely to&
Chris's Love for music began like most, at a very young age. Music was a way to escape, connect with, and provide a sense of belonging to the world around him. Chris’s brother started drumming as a teenager, thus providing an opportunity to see music from a different side. Instead of just admiring and/or gravitating to a specific song or genre , he was able to appreciate music from an artistic creative view as well.. Chris’s romantic and passionate nature led him to Soul and R & B, still being his favorite genre to this day. His larger than life personality, desire to move and be moved by the power of music also led him to appreciate the rock genre as well. These influential aspects of music have manifested into soulful, passionate lyrics with a powerful delivery.
Chris has been performing live music for many years, as well as working with various producers such as Josh Cobb/Rockbot Studio's who has produced such artists as "All Things New" and "Say Never", as well as Rusty Wilmot who has a #1 Billboard produced album in 2012 with "Blood on The Dance Floor" to his credit. Chris’s experience as the lead singer of a cover band has provided him the opportunity to play some incredible venues, and has played a role in allowing him to stretch his vocal ability by challenging his voice to emulate such artists as Bon Jovi, Maroon 5 and Kings of Leon.
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS--- www.cafepress.com/kamau301 To usher in our THIRD year of existence this month, all month we will have interviews, with powerful people in the Global Afrikan Community. We have titled it THE SEPTEMBER TO REMEMBER We continue this great month w/ a 2 hour discussion with
DR. QUITO SWAN,
scholar-activist & author of the book
BLACK POWER IN BERMUDA: The Struggle for Decolonization.
Dr. Swan is
Associate Professor of African Diaspora History at Howard University. He works with a student group at Howard called SAMI (Students Against Mass Incarceration) that addresses issues around mass incarceration and political prisoners. His Research focuses on Black Power as an International Phenomenon, African resistance to slavery (such as maroonage), African populations in Americas. He works with Afro-Venezuelan activist group called the Afro-Venezuelan Network. He has taken students to Ghana, Cuba, Venezuela and Bermuda. Lastly, Dr. Swan has Chess Academy (FIve Elements Chess Academy) and teaches chess to DC youth.