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My name is Ken Sheppard. I have invested in real estate successfully for over thirty years.
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This Sunday, March 31, 2014, beginning at 3:00pm, I am doing a special hour program celebrating woman jazz musicians. The first half hour I will speak with and play pianist Daille Ketrell’s music. The second half hour I will speak with and play drummer Shirazette Tinnin’s music. Both are incredible musicians. Thank you so much for listening and joining me each Sunday at www.blogtalkradio.com Jazz Notes.
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1st Lien - Residential - Non-performing - Discounted Mortgage Notes
How do NPNs (non-performing notes) differ from REO
Why would an investor want NPNs
Advanced exit strategies / business practices
Six different ways to earn on one note
What product is available and the prospect for future product
How does one get the product?
CEO, Granite Loan Solutions
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Join me on Sunday, April 20, 2014, when I speak with Shellée Haynesworth. She is an Emmy Award winning producer, writer, director, and storyteller. We will discuss her documentary “Black Broadway on U Street”, and the jazz musicians and vocalist who performed there. Learn about Washington, D.C.’s “Black Broadway on U Street” and its impact on the cultural development in Washington, D.C. In addition, we will listen to the music of Duke Ellington, Shirley Horn and Billie Holiday.
We will be interviewing Author, Diane Gilbert Madsen, on her newest mystery novel, The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secrets of Jack the Ripper. This fiction novel is weaved with non fiction facts regarding the Jack the Ripper case. Diane will discuss her "theory" regarding how Sherlock Holmes creator Conan Doyle could have known just who Jack the Ripper was. Be sure to tune in and hear this interesting theory and learn more about this compelling series novel.
Join me this Sunday, April 13, 2014, at 3:00pm, when I will speak with and play the music of Akua Allrich, vocalist, composer and teacher. She is a Washington, DC native whose musical roots are vast and grounded in jazz and pan-African music. She sings in many languages including Portuguese, French, Spanish, English, Xhosa, and Twi. She was educated at Howard University, where she obtained her BM in jazz vocals and a master’s degree in social work. She was taught, coached and mentored by talented musicians such as world-renowned singer Kehembe V. Eichelberger, singer/drummer Grady Tate, and pianist Charles Covington. While she was in college, one of the first jazz albums she bought was John Coltrane’s Live at the Village Vanguard: The Master Takes.