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Welcome to the 12 RADIO SHOW!!! The 12 RADIO SHOW is the most innovative and interactive show on BlogTalkRadio. Tune in every Wednesday night at 9PM EST as the host, 12kyle, informs and entertains. Don't just listen to the show...log in to the chatroom and participate in the discussion. Don't miss it!!!
TOPIC - Best Hip Hop Albums from ' 92 & ' 93. Co-hosted by Rashan Jamal & eclectik. Join us as we discuss albums like THE CHRONIC, ENTER THE 36 CHAMBERS, MIDNIGHT MAURAUDERS, DOGGYSTYLE, and much more. Don't miss it!!
This week on Chillin In AJ's Garage we have two great guys and excellent musicians.
John Bisaha - Vocalist - The Babys John has performed around the world with various groups, traveling throughout The Far East, Europe, and across the US. John has had the good fortune of working alongside, and opening up for such artists as Roger Hodgson (Supertramp), Ricky Phillips (The Babys, Bad English, Styx), Blondie, DEVO, Tom Morello, Barenaked Ladies, John Densmore, Ozomatli, Heart, Cheap Trick, Robin Trower, Blue Oyster Cult, Bonham, Trevor Rabin and several other notable acts. John has recorded albums with Disney, most notably the ‘D2′ soundtrack, which also included Queen, The Troggs and a couple of other household names in the industry.
Tony Brock - Drummer Tony Brock is one of the world's most explosive and technically brilliant drummers. As a pro drummer since the age of 15, Tony's playing credits feature a who's who of world-class musicians.
In addition to being a founding member of THE BABYS, Tony has toured and/or recorded with Rod Stewart for ten years, Elton John, Jimmy Barnes, Jeff Beck, Bernie Taupin's Farm Dogs and Roy Orbison to name but a few.
JP Cervoni - Guitarist JP is a legendary guitarist with a great accent and sense of humor, he discusses gear and some great stories.
As usual, John and Tony will be sharing their Histories, Industry Stories, Gear they are using in the studio and on the road as well as stories from the road.
Plus...The have a big treat for us, the World Debut of the new single by The Babys!!
Last but not least, our weekly contributor, Chef Donna Desfors will be back to share her Culinary expertise with us..right here on Chillin In AJ's Garage!
Jara Everett: Born in Belzoni, Mississippi and growing up in Chicago, Jara Everett was destined for greatness! At the tender age of eight, Jara began writing, acting and studying singing. In 1994, she joined a female singing group from Chicago on Columbia Records Label called “S.T.O.P.” for one year. In 1995, she entered the Miss Illinois Pageant where she was crowned the Reining, Chicago’s Most Beautiful Girl. Jara continued to define and study her talent as a dancer, singer, rapper, actress which in turn, landed her being casted in Shelley Garrett Productions’ “Beauty Shop 2”, a 23 state tour across the United States. Through this production, JaRa was able to utilize her talents as a dancer and an actress. While touring, Jara Everett decided she wanted to pursue acting in film and as a result was able to be casted in various acting roles including “Ladies of Englewood”, an independent film produced by Kim King and David Lee as well as other independent films. In 2005, Jara found herself in the rap game after meeting Shawty Redd and 404 Soldiers. As a result, Jara rapped on various albums including being featured with 404 Soldiers “We Some Riderz” 2005; “White Tee’s Female Remake” 2006; “Trick Trick” feat. Nate the Great 2006; “Get Off Me” feat. Shawty Redd 2006; “Then” feat. Young Jeezy “Burning Up” 2006. In addition, Jara sang background for the treo group Trill Jara Everett; Hip Hop’s Mistress releases her first Tell all Auto Biography; taking you on a journey into the world of Hip Hop and Entertainment from Chicago, Miami, LA to Atlanta. You will experience laughter, disbelief and erotic pleasures as she shares her experiences with R. Kelly, Suge Knight, Tupac, Martin Lawrence, Young Jeezy, Shawty Redd, Jazze Pha, Too Short, Gary Busey and more in this epic tell all; adequately titled Jumpoff !
John Jones, Singer, Songwriter & Pianist talks about his newly released album, Everything I Have
Be sure to visit AND VOTE for John on ArtistSignal.com! It'll help propel his career! https://artistsignal.com/johnjones
John's repertoire runs from Cole Porter to Coldplay. As a singer and classically trained pianist, John Jones has been entertaining crowds in the Midwest full-time since 2004. Whether augmented with arrangements of his 150+ self-produced backing tracks or simply playing and singing, his expressive vocals and dynamic piano work have led people to a few common opinions, expressed to John in conversations, emails, and social media posts; "John Jones is full of passion for what he does. It's hard to take your eyes off the energy of his performances. I've never seen so many people dancing in a piano bar."
In addition to his live performance work, John is an internationally-distributed songwriter. R&B/jazz vocalist Maysa Leak (of the British funk group Incognito) has recorded two of his songs for solo projects: "Honeybee" was featured on her 2010 album "A Woman in Love," and the ballad "Everything" appeared on her 2003 release "Out of the Blue." He's released three independent albums of original songs on iTunes and the internet: "Homegrown," "Shine Right Where You Are," and "Everything I Have."
For more information visit: http://www.johnjoneschicago.com/fr_home.cfm
Big Rube, the American rapper and hip-hop producer stops by to talk with Chat Atlanta. He is a first generation member of the Dungeon Family & Society of Soul known for his spoken word intros and interludes for many of the Dungeon Family’s albums including Bubba Sparxx, Goodie Mob,Killer Mike, Future, Outkast & Witchdoctor. He has also contributed his spoken word poetry to Def Poetry Jam and the motion picture ATL.,
Jonathan Blanchard, a classically trained bass vocalist, possesses a voice comparably in depth and richness to the great Paul Robeson. Exploring genres such as Gospel, Jazz, R&B, Funk and Hip Hop, he imitates the sounds from a Jazz bands instrumental section. Tune in to here this wonderful sound.
VividLife Radio’s Genevieve Kohn welcomes Amy Robbins-Wilson, MA a healing music artist and musical parenting expert, to discuss Motherhood as a Transformational Process
Amy Robbins-Wilson, MA is a healing music artist and musical parenting expert. She has recorded four albums of original and award winning music including “Angels Watch Over My Baby” a lullaby which is part of a national television fundraising campaign for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. She is the author of the Mom’s Choice Award winning book Transformational Mothering and the creator of the online musical parenting program Mommy Jingles. She is the co-founder of three mobile apps companies and Angelsong Creations. She lives in Maine with her husband and her son.
Pioneering jazz-rock drummer and composer Danny Seraphine is a founding member of Chicago. Worldwide the iconic group has sold over 122 million albums, and, just domestically, earned 22 gold, 18 platinum, and 8 multi-platinum albums. In 1990, after 23 years in the group, Seraphine and Chicago had a jarring parting of ways, and he left music behind for 15 years. But a call to play a benefit show for a fellow drummer pulled him out of seclusion and sparked a creative rebirth. Today, Seraphine looks forward with Sacred Ground (Street Sense), the sophomore record from his jazz-rock powerhouse group CTA—often described as “Chicago on steroids”—and he makes peace with his past with the refreshingly candid memoir Street Player: My Chicago Story (Wiley). Seraphine is critically acclaimed as an instrumentalist and a composer. Rolling Stone Magazine recently ranked him as one of the top 100 drummers of all time. When he was coming up on the music scene, legendary jazz drummer Buddy Rich called Seraphine his favorite young drummer. Recently he was awarded Cape Breton Drum Festival’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, an honor he also received from the Montreal Drum Festival. He’s an endorsee of esteemed drum companies such as DW drums, Remo drumheads, Zildjian cymbals and drumsticks. He also has released a well-regarded instruction DVD titled The Art of Jazz Rock Drumming, distributed through Drum Channel. As a songwriter, Seraphine co-wrote the Chicago Top 40 hits “Lowdown” and “No Tell Lover,” as well as core Chicago tunes like “Little One,” “Take Me Back to Chicago,” “Show Me the Way,” “Birthday Boy,” and the irresistibly funky “Street Player,” later sampled by rapper Pitbull for the hit “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho).”
Throughout the 1970s, '80s, and '90s, Stephanie Mills established herself as a versatile powerhouse just as at home sultrily conveying a quiet-storm ballad as she was belting out gospel-rousing lines on the Broadway stage. Even now, her live shows draw captive audiences longing to hear favorites ranging from her signature number, "Home" (from Broadway's The Wiz),to late '70s/early '80s soul-disco gems ("Never Knew Love Like This Before," "Sweet Sensation," "Two Hearts") and late-'80s/early-'90s anthems ("I Feel Good All Over," "Something in the Way You Make Me Feel," and "Comfort of a Man"). One important phase of Mills' career, however, has been frequently overlooked in both the history books and the singer's own concerts. From 1982 to 1984, the sophisticated chanteuse released three albums for the late Neil Bogart's Casablanca label, commencing with Tantalizingly Hot and concluding with I've Got the Cure.
Born in Marlin, Texas and raised in Dallas, Humphrey’s training on flute began in high school and continued through her years at Texas Southern University and Southern Methodist University, where Dizzy Gillespie spotted her at a school-wide competition . Gillespie encouraged her to pursue a career in New York City and Humphrey wrote a letter to New York’s famed Apollo Theatre and received a telegram saying, “We have reserved a spot for you on Amateur Night”. The title of her Epic LP “The Good Life”, best describes her career. Humphrey has played with Duke Ellington, Lee Morgan, and Stevie Wonder and recorded six albums for Blue Note Records. The “First Lady of the Flute”, Bobbi Humphrey has been playing her special brand of music to audiences around the world. Her professional career began in 1971, when she was the first female signed to Blue Note Records. [Website] This show is presented by Women in Jazz South Florida, Inc.
Real Sisters welcomes amazing soul singer Tess Henley to the table for conversation and great NEWLY RELEASED music which has reached the top 10 on iTunes.
Tess was chosen as one of IMR Magazines top Indie Women, she has several albums and a major musical contest win under her belt, and she just released her hot new album, High Heels and Sneakers with Dice Raw from The Roots on May 7th.
Join Real Sisters at the table and meet the fiercely independent, big-hearted and talented soul singer, Tess Henley.
Tess Henleys Website
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