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He is a songwriter, pianist, vocalist with a range spanning four octaves, and a linguist who speaks five languages. His name is Kenny Wesley. With two acclaimed projects, nine Washington-Area Music Award (Wammie) nominations, multiple collaborations and compilation features, and a slew of high-profile performances under his belt, including a 2nd prize win as the sole U.S. representative for the 2013 Montreux Jazz Festival’s Shure Vocal Competition, Kenny has firmly placed his stamp on the burgeoning modern music movement. His songs, fusing elements of funk, classical, folk and jazz, have been prominently featured on radio, film and TV – including the FOX series So You Think You Can Dance. A welcomed guest to festivals and legendary venues across the globe such as SXSW, The Kennedy Center, Blues Alley, Montreux Jazz Festival, Ronnie Scotts, The Fillmore, The Blue Note, Black Cat, Howard Theatre, Bohemian Caverns, and The Apollo Cafe, he has shared the stage with numerous artists and musicians including Alice Smith, Eric Roberson, Maysa, Vinx, Rachelle Ferrell, Stephanie Mills, Vikter Duplaix, Leela James, Federico Peña, Charnett Moffett, Frédéric Yonnet, Mino Cinélu, Debórah Bond, Kindred and The Family Soul, N’Dambi and Syleena Johnson.
#BGEPresents Kenny Kassel with host @jiggyjaguar
Kenny Kassel is the owner of Kenneth I Kassel, Inc. Which is a company that acts as a consultant to both the fitness and entertainment industries. Beauti-Fit Talent is part of Kik, Inc. And is the agency of the physically elite. He is also the business manager of Don "The Dragon" Wilson, who is the greatest kick boxer of all time, and the star of 26 action films, including his newest one "Sci-Fighter"
Here's a simple how-to for those fitness athletes who want to break into the entertainment industry.
Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch
Craig Kielburger is a social entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author and captivating speaker, inspiring millions to improve their communities and the world through daily actions.Craig, along with his brother Marc, is the co-founder of the world’s leading platform for social change: Free The Children, an international charity, Me to We, an innovative social enterprise, and We Day, a signature youth empowerment event
Don Hutson, CPAE, CSP, is in the business of making people believe they can do better – and he gives them the skills to do it. For over 30 years, as a dynamic business speaker, he has energized his audiences into action. Throughout the business world, Don Hutson is known as one who delivers real solutions for business professionals. He is successfully worked his way through the University of Memphis, graduating with a degree in Sales. After becoming the #1 salesperson in a national training organization, he established his own training firm and shortly thereafter was in demand as a professional speaker
Wesley Wood is the founder, president and CEO of Wood Financial Group, LLC, a local, independent financial services company located in Hendersonville, TN. A graduate of the University of Mississippi, Wesley received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He holds series 6, 7, 63 & 65 licenses and is licensed in multiple states
Jump on board the train wreck that we call The Big Perm Show. The train leaves the station at 8 p.m. CST / 9 p.m. EST !!
Tonight we'll talk with Sean Kenny, owner of Kenny's Westside Pub. We'll talk about Summmer Camp, the ghosts that haunt the bar and a bunch more !!
Don't miss it !! Show starts at 8 p.m. CST !!
He has been a friend of #ConversationsLIVE host Cyrus Webb for years. Now musician Ezra Brown stops by the program to talk about his literal journey in pursuing his music and what it's been like to share THE JOURNEY with the world.
Join us tonite on Know The Ledge Radio as we discuss, dissect and do the knowledge to the escalating drama on the streets of Baltimore, Maryland. What exactly is the media not reporting you? How is this slanted reporting being used to sway the national conversation in one conversation while leaving out the totality of the topic at hand?
At a time like this when our people are looking for leadership and direction what role can we individually play? What role can we play as an organization? What exact role is the Nation of Islam as an organization playing in the midst of all the drama? What are the details of the historic truce between the Bloods, Crips and BGF?
We will be joined by our brother, Wesley Muhammad to discuss these topics and more, and set the tone for intelligible conversation as opposed to the gibberish being presented and erroneously labeled as "news."
The ambivalent attitude amongst our people will also be addressed, question is, what side are you on? Or are you capable to understand the broad spectrum of diverging points/cases being made without being judgmental?
Tune in tonight and our lines will also be open to hear testimony from residents of BMore, reporting from the frontline.
CLASS IS IN SESSION.
Tonite's episode is dedicated to ALL of our brothers and sisters who have succumbed to senseless violence. RIP AC Clayton aka Brotha Sharif.
Come join Paranormal Talk Radio for another awesome episode of "I Am Kenny Biddle!". We will discuss "Resources" and websites that are good to learn from.
Topic of the week is "What pisses you off!"
Call in and tell us what pisses you off about the paranormal field!
It's a pleasure having I Mother Earth's Brian Byrne on the show, especially since we get to chat about the band's upcoming appearance at the Unison Jam on May 6th at the Phoenix Concert Theatre. The money raised during the initiative, which also features the likes of Finger Eleven, Kim Mitchell, k-os, Jason McCoy, The Trews, and many others, will go to the Unison Benevolent Fund and help those in the music industry during their time of need.
As for IME, they're currently promoting their hot new single, "The Devil's Engine" at radio. Fans will also have a chance to hear it from the stage during some summer performances, including a slot at WTFest in Brantford, ON on June 13th.
We also have singer/songwriter/guitarist Salvatore Costa on the show, speaking about his project Smashing Satellites. The band's EP debut, SonicAluzion A-Side, dropped last fall and the buzz has been building quickly. Smashing Satellites is taking part in the May 8th edition of Generation Next Live during Canadian Music Week. We'll chat about the show and the band's impressive success of late.
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Chaplain Bernell Wesley joins us to talk about the Prison Industrial Complex and its correlation to slavery. He is the Director of Community Chaplaincy Outreach, Inc., a 501c3 registered nonprofit. He is very active in Metro Atlanta working with the following orgainzations
Board Certified American Chaplaincy Association Member
Georgia Association of Law Enforcement Chaplains
Clayton County Library Board Member
School Council Member, Drew High School of Riverdale, Georgia
Church of the Harvest International - Member over 10 years, serves on the praise team and in other leadership capacities
Clayton County Prison Reentry Taskforce
International Network of Prison Ministries
Certified to minister in 60 state prisons in Georgia and South Carolina
Professional Substitute teacher for Fulton County Charter Schools
Listen to his solutions for solving the problems and how we can work together to help stop the cycle of incarceratiion in our society
Thanks and God Bless
Minister Jonathan Simmons
Welcome! We're stoked to have Joel Plaskett back on the show, this time discussing his most recent release, Joel Plaskett & The Park Avenue Sobriety Test. It touches on his solo acoustic side, his guitar rock work with the Emergency, his happy-go-lucky rhyming talents, carefree memories of growing up in Nova Scotia, and a little bit of anger at the forces making life tougher these days. There are many moments that draw on previous classic Plaskett, from beloved albums such as Three and Ashtray Rock, right back to his Thrush Hermit days. And there are new sides to his sounds as well – Joel like you’ve never heard him.
Of course, we'll also have our Canadian Spotlight Song of the Week, which comes to us courtesy of Kaylan Mackinnon.
About two years ago I was in Biloxi, Mississippi with author Kerry Dunn for a Barnes & Noble event and his second television appearance. At the B&N signing we met musician/artist/coach Don Smith. I'm delighted that Smith will join us at Madame Perry's Salon and recommend that you check out his website , Facebook page, or ReverbNation site before the show.
Pasagoula native Don Smith's reputation as a singer and songwriter has increased after working with the legendary Nashville producer Doc Holiday who said "Throughout my career as a producer with over 600 career charted records and 112 career #1 records I rarely come across a singer/songwriter tht has as much passion and skill as Mr. Smith. His songs all magane to tell a unique story that the listener does not have to sit and analyze for an hour to figure out what the story is. His performance in singing is as relaxing as his songs and stories and is always perfection at its highest level."
Smith's Nashville release Delta Wind is available on iTunes and all other digital outlets.
This episode of Behind the Prose is more like Behind the Lyrics. Indiana-born, New York-based singer/songwriter Gandhi takes us on a journey that starts when he taught himself how to play the guitar and write songs. That was 15 years ago. Today, like prose writers, Gandhi says through an process of experimentation and practice, he’s found his voice and is preparing for the release of Rebel On, an EP that reflects the musician with a mission he’s become.
In this interview, you’ll learn there are many parallels between penning lyrics and writing prose, including a surprising discovery about the role of the producer.
We listen to some of Gandhi’s song’s, dissect his lyrics, and invite you out to Brooklyn on May 1, where Gandhi will perform a collaboration show with writer and photographer Abigail Ekue. The Darker Side of Lust Private Reading and Concert features Ekue’s erotic poetry and Gandhi’s acoustic melodies and vocals.
Go ahead. Listen. Learn. Write songs.
Visit Behind the Prose for links and bios.