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Today's Topic: Natural Talent vs Learned Talent?
One would agree that natural talents and abilities, will take you to a place that no one else could go, reasons being it defines your uniqueness and originality. Nevertheless, an educated and develop talent define your level of degree and professionalism.
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Tomorrow, 6/2/2015 , listen is as we interview the music artist "Cyzle"
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Hello from Sandra Adams. Black Man Clay and I will talk about the Vietnam War and his days in the life there in the Air Force. Some may say becoming Black Man Clay may have been the result of post-tramatic stress or the symptoms of Agent Orange. We'd like to know! Be sure to call in with any questions. Perhaps you have a family member who served during this war. (or any other)
We will also talk about some of his music on the CD, Trippin Through the Universe.
Today we will hear from Tonjua McCullough, CFO of Blair Rubber and Dr. Stacy Feiner, author of Talent Mindset: The Business Owner's Guide to Building Bench Strength. Blair Rubber is on a growth track that requires strategic management to make it work and it is working! Meanwhile, Dr. Feiner has tips and information on how to effectively manage your talent.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Johnny Standley with Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights
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Johnny Standley with Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights It's In the Book
Manufactured By Capitol Records, Inc. 2249
Published By Magnolia Music Corp. 1952
Backing Band Horace Heidt & His Musical Knights
Written By John Standley
Part 1 is Monologue.
Par 2 is Vocal.
Magnolia Music Corp. BMI
"It's in the Book" is a recorded comic monologue, partly sung, partly an exhortation in the manner of a revivalist preacher on the subject of Little Bo-Peep. It was marketed as a pop song and made the Billboard chart in 1952, reaching number one. Written by Johnny Standley and Art Thorsen (BMI Work #744156) released by Standley on Capitol label.
Musician, actor, and comedian from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who also lived in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Standley wrote (with Art Thorsen) and recorded "It's In the Book", a number one single on the Billboard Charts in 1952. The comedic recording sold over two million copies and received a gold record. During World War II, Standley served in the US Army and entertained the troops with Red Skelton and Dave Brubeck for the USO. Standley frequently worked with Horace Heidt,
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Ellacey Selah was born to Willie and Patty Hunter October 15, 1970. She attended Parks Refuge C.O.G.I.C. with her mother and father. When she was old enough, she joined the “Sunshine Band” which led to her development and love of the arts. Her father was also a great singer and constantly sang around the house, dropping seeds into the aspiring vocalist and thespian. After her parents split up, her mother married Johnny Blane and he moved them to Dallas, TX where she began to spread her wings and grow in the music field. Inspired by her mother, Ellacey took an interest in playing the piano. Her mother showed her the basics and she took it from there, learning everything by ear. She also showed an interest in playing the drums by watching her sister, Sheila Hunter; play in the middle school band. Music was always around her and in her mind. She developed great creativity skills by playing, singing and acting at local churches in the DFW Metroplex. Even though most of the things she learned came from her gospel roots, Ellacey took the time to take courses that helped to further her creativity. Since only being known locally to sing gospel, Ellacey chose to move out of the box to see what more her talent could offer. Her skills currently include vocal coaching, singing Jazz, gospel, musical theatre, R&B blues and rap.