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  • 01:11

    Love, Light & Lyrics

    in Self Help

    Welcome to the debut of our new show of Love, Light & Lyrics Radio!
    Many people have discovered that in order to walk in your purpose you have to become
    a pro at overcoming obstacles. Let’s change our story and the world around us. We will
    also have an exclusive interview with singer/songwriter, Kim Joyce. We will answer the
    question what does it take to walk with purpose.

  • 01:11

    Lyrics and Lines: The Art of Spoken Word

    in Entertainment

    Spoken Word is poetry intended for onstage performance, rather than exclusively designed for the page. While often associated with hip-hop culture, it also has strong ties to storytelling, modern poetry, post- modern performance, and monologue theater, as well as jazz, blues, and folk music.

    Join my co-host Erica Missy and I as we discuss her upcoming spoken word event 'Love Jones L.A' and allow a few of the acts to blaze live on my show. Tune in if you are a lover of powerful prose that rhythmically blends words with emotion to create an eargasm like no other. 

    Info about Love Jones L.A can be found below.

    Sunday June 28, 2015 at 7:00pm - 2:00am

    Spike's Sports Bar & Grill (21+)
    16728 Bellflower Blvd 
    Bellflower, CA 90706 

    Tickets: $10.00 (pre-sale) and $15.00 at the door.


    'Karrizma' lead by Bass Player and Recording Artist Ron Pearson 
    Ezekiel Azonwu
    L.A. Lewie 
    Chauncey Maynor
    Funky Sunshine 
    and many more

    For Tickets Contact

    Erica Lindsay (310) 594-1653 

    Burel Cedric Sanders (323) 394-0300

    or email: lovejonesla@gmail.com 

    www.Eventbrite.com - Search Love Jones L.A.



  • 02:00

    What Is The Importance of Having Emotions and/or Substance In Your Lyrics?

    in Music

    Join us Tonight @ 8pm

    Topic: What Is The Importance of Having Emotions or Substance In Your Lyrics?

    So "easily I approach the microphone cause I'm not no joke" A famous Rapper once said. My opinion it should be the Mantra of today's Artist to not to be taken as a joke. You should offer valued content leaving a lasting impression on the listener.

    Show Date: 5/19/2015

    Show Times: 8pm Est| 7pm Cst| 6pm Mst| 5pm Pst

    To voice your thoughts, CALL: 213.559.2995

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  • 01:05

    Love, Light & Lyrics

    in Self Help

    Topic: “Remember Your Why”

    On the path to greatness you will surely face some obstacles, challenges, and perhaps even some setbacks.  But if you remember why you started in the first place, you will have the strength and the focus to always move forward. On this show,  we will talk with Mark Goggins, the creator and founder of The BPC Poetry Fest which just celebrated its 10th year anniversary. We will find out from Mark how his vision developed into what is now an enormous event bringing poets from around the globe together to share their love for poetry.

  • 02:30

    Episode 200 of the Murder Master Music Show

    in Music

    The 200th Episode is here. Tune in and see who calls into the show to chop it up with Prez and Mac Jay

  • 01:01

    Music and Movie Monday - Worst Lyrics Ever

    in Entertainment

    Megan H and Megan A break down some of the worst lyrics ever to exist. These episodes are always hilarious and this one will be no different. We will also be talking about the latest news from both the Music and Movie industry. Including trends in the charts and at the box office as wel as the latest releases coming out this week. 

    We will also talk about Ed Sheeran and his album as well as his new single. Plus so much more.

  • 02:00

    Is Ur Music 4 The Hood Or The Good Of Humanity & Wld Tupac Be Proud Of Ur Lyrics

    in Entertainment

    Most hip hop artist today are quick to tell you how much they admired Tupac Shakur and how he influeced them in their music...But when I listen to the lyrics of today and the overall messages in hip hop music today...I beg to differ!!!  Though some seek to debate it, Tupac Shakur was one of the most influential hip hop artist and poets of all time!!!      His music spoke about the plagues of racism and poverty and how it creates violence, despair, and pain and how imperialist violence and war impact domestic racism and poverty...

    But, let me say this; for those who have a lazy way of thinking about Tupac's music...only to focus on songs in his later years that had heavy themes of consumption, violence, misogyny, and capitalism, so many of his songs truely reflected his poetic abilities and social consciousness...Though Tupac had (some, not all) songs with capitalist consumption and patriarchal bravado (I believe we call it SWAG today) many of his songs really discussed the intricacies of poverty, race, class and gender...for instance the hit song "Keep Ya Head Up", which was a huge hit single in 1993; ...which was a great message he used as a upliftment and empowerment tool for women and a call for men to do what's right...

    So how did we go from Tupac's "Keep Ya Head Up" , to the crazy whacked out blunt ambigous lyrics of today's music...Tune in, & check us out right here on the creation station that plays them hitsssssss ya'll...The Get Heard Show!!!

  • 02:02

    Writing Royalty Radio -The Concrete Jungle: "Deadly Lyrics..."

    in Radio

    Topic:The Concrete Jungle: "Deadly Lyrics..."

    Special Guests : CEO Of JDS Certified Demario Mcilwain and Rapper Shys Debiocci

    We will talk about music and hip hop culture with the youth and how can we use music to heal and save..Also hip hop gospel is coming under attack

  • 00:31

    Music for Productivity

    in Self Help

    Welcome to Music 4 Life® Radio where we power your potential and build mental fitness with music to mediate the life of your senses with the life of your Spirit. Licensed music therapist Judith Pinkerton takes you on a journey during June's national Professional Wellness month, exploring music's capability of mitigating anxiety, anger, depression and grief, interviewing professionals across the country. Today she tackles how to increase productivity (in all areas of life), interviewing special guest Dr. Dennis Burkhardt, retired chiropractor, teacher, sports officiator and CEO of Music 4 Life, Inc.

    Today's music choices are explored to understand how we use music for productivity - no matter the job - and stay positively engaged in the game of life. Find our music recommendations and Judith's commentary at Music4LifeBLOG. 

    Learn how your personal music listening habits may reduce stress or build stress in Judith's TEDxTalk "Music Powers Potential: Building Mental Fitness."  Discover what your music says about your health and how to adjust listening habits to significantly reduce anxiety in prescriptive formulas choosing music from all styles in the downloadable 2-hour accredited course Music Medicine Boot Camp.

  • 02:01

    GOSPEL HOUSE music on Charles Int'l House Music 2-4pm EST Saturdays

    in Radio

    Charles Berrin is the RDJ of Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all the best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more.  Each Saturday from 2 to 4pm (EST) broadcasting from Washington, DC, USA.

  • 01:00

    JANANI: new alt rock from Orlando. Bellehouse: down home music with a NYC kick

    in Music

    JANANI is an alternative rock band from Orlando, Florida led by Janani Vaidyanathan (lead vocals), with Nathan Hockett (guitar) and Erick Campos (bass). The band was formed by Vaidyanathan and Campos in 2010 and released  their  debut album, Hey! Mister! In 2010, recorded with Jeremy Birdsall at Kavode Records. Hey! Mister!, their first single, has been heard on radio stations in Canada and Orlando. The music video for Hey! Mister! was selected to air by Comcast and Indie Music Channel. JANANI's music has also been featured in DIRECTTV's documentary, Gone Until December.. Janani joins us Friday with some new songs.

    Formed in 2013 and currently based in Brooklyn, the 5-piece band Bellehouse is between down-home roots music and intellectual folk-rock. Bellehouse delivers a sound that embraces a variety of genres — from Celtic traditional and folk revival to soul and Motown. The close-knit group consists of Jess Taylor Clinton (vocals, guitar, songwriting), Sarah Elizabeth Haines (vocals, viola), Catie Friel (vocals), Nick Lenchner (bass) and Ryan Gross (banjo, vocals). Bellehouse released their second single, “Breakaway Town,” from their upcoming, debut self-titled EP which will be out early this summer. Bellehouse joins us Friday and barings their new songs