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Needle on the Record is an eclectic, candid peek into New Music, Touring and Entertainment News. We also include Artist Interviews and Music Industry News; always delivered with a dash of humor.
This week we have a special guest interview. The Angela's talks music including Black Music Month with singler/songwriter and national recording artist, Elijah Bland. Elijah brings a refreshing dimension to the modern world of soul music. Coupled with powerful lyrics and soulful grooves, his silky smooth delivery is a gift that has touched many around the world. His sound fuses elements of jazz, funk and R&B to create a unique brand of soul music. Mr. Bland has captured the hearts of music lovers around the world with his passionate interpretation of honest music. His voice and style reflect a range of musical influences, from legends such as Marvin Gaye and Prince to contemporary greats such as Maxwell and D’Angelo.
His first new release in almost five years, Elijah's latest is the sexy hit single "For The Record" which has provided his fans an encouraging preview of his highly-anticipated third full-length album.
Anyone who knows this man can attest to his undying passion and love for creative expression. He is also an accomplished graphic designer and talented actor. With a healthy blend of passion, purpose, faith, and love, Elijah Bland is committed to sharing his gifts with the world, one soul at a time.
Needle on the Record: We do it for the art.
It's worth a shot, we believe in music and follow it more than we follow books. So let's build something for the future generation. That's all Folks, Let's Do This.
Let's try to connect people from around the world, and give a centre base that can popularise and highlight great musiciains that can sustain a good living for our artists rather than letting them sell their souls for contracts and singing negative music.
Are you thinking about signing a group to your record label, but you are not sure how to deal with the group dynamic? Are you thinking if signing a group or just a solo artist is the best option for you? Do you want to learn how to manage a group and how to handle all of the different personalities involved?
If you are, this is the right show for you.
You will learn how to deal with groups which is very different from working with solo recording artists. During this show, you will learn many things when it comes to dealing with groups including:
Finding Out Who Is The Leader Of The Group Finding The Group’s Weakest Link Finding And Solving The Group ‘s Income Problem Learning How To Handle Each Group Member’s Ego Methods For Developing A Bond With Important Group Members If you are a music executive, manager or any other music industry professional that deals with groups on a daily basis, this show will help you greatly.
If you have a question, send a tweet to @SecureTheWin
On a day when we remember the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, our guest on Record Talk Radio was Norma Manigan, a former senior public relations manager for the Port Authority.
Manigan, now a part-time assistant to Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan, talked about her experiences that day and of the importance or remembering the victims of those attacks.
At the Port Authority, Manigan worked on a program that enabled governments and uniformed police and fire agencies to use shards of the World Trade Center as part of their memorials to that day.
We also discussed the photo exhibit currently on display in the lobby of the County Administration Building in Hackensack, that shows the various memorials that were created in Bergen County's 70 towns. The exhibit will remain on display for the rest of September.
Join us Friday, Sept. 19 at 10 a.m. when the next edition of Record Talk Radio will focus on the Bergen County election campaign and Rutgers' entry into the Big 10.
This 30-minute will kick off a new feature, "Campaign 2014" a conversation with a Democratic and Republican commentator on the news of the week in the race for County Executive and Freeholder.
This week's guests will be Deirdre Woodbyrne, a GOP consultant who has run Republican freeholder campaigns and Sean Darcy, a Democratic consultant who ran the Democrats' campaign in the last County Executive race four years ago.
We'll also be joined by Record sports columnist Tara Sullivan, who will talk about the Rutgers football team plus the controversies over several NFL players who have been charged with domestic violence or child abuse.
Have a question for any of our guests? Send your suggesting along to me at: email@example.com.
Join us for the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio at 11 a.m. Thursday Aug. 14 when our guests will be Record environmental reporter Scott Fallon and columnist Bill Ervolino.
Ervolino will talk about the legacy of comedian and actor Robin Williams, who died of an apparent suicide this week at the age of 63.
Fallon will talk about his story on how shipments of highly explosive crude oil are being transported through several Bergen County towns at a rate of more than a million gallons a day.
If you have a question for either of our guests, send your suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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