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Adam Tate (Tribute Racing) & Christopher DeHarde (Motorsport.com) look ahead to the Milwaukee Mile as the US ladder series hit the flat, fast oval.
They take a look at the USF2000 Series, Pro Mazda Championship, and Indy Lights. With an exclusive interview with Pro Mazda Championship points leader Spencer Pigot of Juncos Racing. Could he be headed to Indy Lights in 2015? What is on the horizon for this young superstar? What driver has been most influental in his career? We look to that and more on this edition of Climbing the Grid: The Road to Indy.
Olivia Gilmore - R&B Artist 2:15pm
Olivia Gilmore was born and raised in Hollis, NY to a family comprised of mostly musicians. Naturally Olivia has been singing from the time that she could speak. Her first solo performance was at age 5 and she had her first recording session at age 8, recording a jingle in her father's home studio. From there Olivia went on to record background vocals for Gospel artist Nancey Jackson on her single "Free (yes I'm free)" and even performed live jazz at P Diddy's restaurant "Justin's" at age 16.
In 2013 Olivia released the single 'G Lovin" and has recently released another hot single " Matrix" in March 2014 and is currently working on recording an album. Ms Gilmore's music can be heard on a variety of blogs, radio shows, online publications and mixtapes across the US & UK as we'll as many sold out clubs & restaurants in the tri-state area.
Seth Nix- Gospel Artist - 3:15pm
August 28, 1993, Seth Nix embarked upon and idea that would set his life in motion for a "Journey" not charted before. This would be the year that he had his first real encounter with God, sealed with the evidence of the Holy Spirit. A "Revolutionary" calling compounding with cathartic outcomes have been expressed and experienced through "Worship" A devoted husband and father, Seth says his first ministry is to his wife and his 2 daughters. He says his greatest gift is being a supporter, leader, model, teacher and provider for his loving family.
From the day she discovered she had a voice that could touch millions, Olivia Longott put in long, hard hours in the studio, trying to achieve her dreams of R&B superstardom. With such royal talents, she fully deserved the title she was given as First Lady of J, the legendary Clive Davis’s label, and then First Lady of G-Unit, when she landed a second deal with G Unit/Interscope Records. Olivia quickly made it clear that she is nobody’s number two. With dual recording deals in hand, Olivia thought her dream had manifested—until she left both labels in what felt like a nightmare.
Being the fighter her daddy taught her to be, Olivia would not let these challenges hold her back from the industry. Instead, she used the experiences as a setup for something new. The world saw her jump back into the ring swinging on the Love & Hip Hop reality show. Sometimes, though, reality isn’t always what it seems. That’s why Olivia has taken the time to sit down and pen what it truly is. During her unfolding journey in the music industry, Olivia has seen, heard, and experienced a lot. Now it’s time to bring you into her world.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back New York Times bestselling author Spencer Quinn to Conversations LIVE to discuss the amazing success of the Bernie and Chet series and the new book PAW AND ORDER that was released this month.
Brandi L. Spencer is a Coach and Business Mentor who helps women transition from corporate America to full time entrepreneurship. She wants to help women dream a bigger dream for their lives.
Stacy is a Relationship Coach that helps women to restore their hope, faith and confidence through reflective writing and life coaching. She is a motivational catalyst that believes in empowering women to live their best lives by stepping out by faith to fulfill their purpose.
Stacy has experienced many setbacks, trials and tragedies along her journey. She knows pain first hand and as result she has dedicated her life to helping other women to rise above adverisities. For Stacy, the challenges has helped to shape her life, gave her the strength to pursue the dreams and God molded her character to not simply settle but work towards being the best and accomplishing greatness.
Acclaimed singer/songwriter Spencer Day returns to his musical roots with his fifth full-length album Daybreak, and his first independent album in seven years. His past two albums were released on the legendary Concord/Jazz label. With Daybreak, Spencer has created an album of signature interpretations of well-loved songs from the 1960’s along with five brand-new compositions written in homage of these classic American tunes.
Torch song stylist Spencer Day joins host Robin Milling at Henry's restaurant in New York City to talk about his latest release Daybreak; a combination of cover tunes and originals where Spencer blends his signature sultry jazz with a little bit country. He puts his own spin on Nancy Sinatra's These Boots Are Made For Walkin', The Association's Never My Love, Creedance Clearwater Revival's Bad Moon Rising, and Lennon/McCartney's A World Without Love.
Spencer tells Robin his originals such as Naturally and You Don't Know You're Lonely pay homage to Roy Orbison and Dusty Springfield. The writings are a reflection of 'one of the most consistently stable and happy periods' of his life. Spencer candidly talks about his struggles with depression and how he has learned to cope with disappointment in a healthier way. As a result he shares his story, involving himself with organizations such as NAMI (National Association of Mental Illness). He says, 'if you're a sensitive and artistic person the world can be a really hard place to be. If you can channel positivity into your art then what you perceive as your weaknesses can be your biggest strengths.'
Stay tuned for a possible part two of Daybreak which would feature Bobby Vinton's Sealed With A Kiss and Terry Stafford's Suspicion.
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This week I'll be joined by author Kate Spencer to talk about her Amazon best-seller, Twelve Lessons. She'll be sharing the inspiration behind the book and some of the transformational lessons included!
Kate Spencer is the founder of The Lightworkers Academy and the author of the Amazon best seller Twelve Lessons.
She is a life and soul coach based in the UK and specializes in Law of Attraction.
You can connect through her facebook pages The Lightworkers Academy and Twelve Lessons or her website www.thelightworkersacademy.com
JBurna Radio is on tonight and we have King Spencer calling in. King Spencer is the owner of Spencer Visuals. Spencer Visuals is a video company that has shot a lot of great videos. Follow King Spencer on Twitter: @SpencerVibe , Instagram: @SpencerVibe, Facebook/SpencerV19 , YouTube: SirKingSpencer , Phone 918-951-8236
Remember your first time? We do! This show interviews authors just beginning their literary journey into publication. It doesn't matter how it gets out there, whether it's self-publication, independent, or registered publishing house, the world agrees getting published is a giant step. And we want to commemorate and spotlight those authors whose words were brought into the public eye. Whether mainstream or niche market, listen to new experiences or relive your own.Being published is an intoxicating prison, so join us in jubilation for those who are . . . Freshly Booked!
This week featuring... Spencer Dryden! "Some men are born great, others strive for greatness; still others have greatness thrust upon them. Spencer Dryden is none of these men. In fact, he is so unimpressive, he leaves no footprints on newly fallen snow. He was trained in fiction writing on the job with the many sales reports he produced for his managers, winning the coveted “keep your job contest” three years running. His expense reports are still considered masterpieces of forgery by the bankruptcy trustee of his former employer. He lives an unremarkable life in a suburb of a northern city. His friends and family would drop dead in horror if they knew of his secret life as a writer of erotica. He hates the family cat but still loves to pet his wife." They will be discussing his first book... Bliss!
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Join authors Tricia Andersen and Heidi Sieverding as they interview this newly published author who has turned his dream of becoming published into reality.
Olivia Stith-Bynum is the CEO of TriManna Productions. TriManna uses the visual arts, verbal and written word to provide spiritual mentoring and gospel entertainment to the masses. God has blessed and anointed her with many talents allowing her to be a voice to the nations.
Many souls have been blessed by her true life testimony dealing with deliverance from sexual and physical abuse, depression, and other spiritual crippling strongholds, which spurred her books, "If God Is My Lover,Why Is My Bed So Cold?, "Lord is Boaz Lost, Or Am I Just in the Wrong Field?" and the recent release, "Tell Prince Charming to Keep that Slipper, I'm Standing on my own Two Feet!"
Olivia was led to start a women's ministry in 2011, E.S.T.H.E.R which focuses on women empowerment in community along with focusing on their spiritual and natural relationships. In August of 2013 she become one of the Co-Founders of an Christian Sorority ZETA NU DELTA where she serves in the office of National Ministries Director. In February 2014, she branched off her ministry to start TriManna School of the Prophets and Intercessors.
During her spare time Olivia enjoys spending quality time with her family, writing, reading and encouraging others to seek their God given purpose in life.