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This installment of The Forbidden Fruit Radio show will try to find and exposé the top scams or rip-offs on the American public.
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Tune in TONIGHT (12/08/2014) @ 11:30 PM EST for "Pet Peeves: Turn=Ons & Turn=Offs About Dating" on Deep, Dark, n Dirty. JOIN US in the Chatroom @ www.blogtalkradio.com/knowurenemy OR CALL IN @ (917)889-3369 and PRESS #1 to get in on the convo. We look forward to seeing you there. =0)
09/03/14 at 9pm ET, Perfect Ego & Baby Doll will be discussing Turn Offs. What are your deal breakers when dating? What turns you ALL the way off? This episode is going to hilariously bring out the comedic genius in these two ladies. Call in to share your turn offs and be sure to have tissue available. You're going to laugh until you cry!
While Perfect Ego and Baby Doll give the best of sarcastic satire and disrespectful love tap opinions on current events and juicy gossip, the show focuses on revealing the best of Independent Entertainment as a whole, plays music and interviews the best independent music artists, producers, film directors, models, freelance photographers, writers, actors, etc.
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I will be doing a show in honor of Diem Brown from MTV's the Challenge. She unfortunately passed away from her battle with cancer. I want to do this show to give fans and cast members the platform to share memories of Diem. Diem is gone but her memory will live in us forever and I want this to be a tribute for her. So please join me I will only be taking calls for 30-45 minutes.
Winfred "Blue" Lovett, born November 16, 1943. Blue is one of the founding members and is the notable bass voice in the Manhattans.
The Manhattans were formed in the early 60s in New Jersey as a quintet led by writer/bass vocalist Winfred "Blue" Lovett and emotive lead singer George Smith, along with Edward "Sonny" Bivins, Richard "Ricky" Taylor and Kenneth "Wally" Kelly, all of whom had just returned from service in the armed forces. The group was popular regionally and had minor national success on the strength of some solid recordings for Carnival Records (their version of the country tune "From Atlanta to Goodbye" was a gem) in the late 60s before gaining the attention of Columbia Records in 1970. Unfortunately, their Columbia signing coincided with the sudden illness and untimely death of lead singer Smith. During a tour through North Carolina, the Manhattans came upon a college student with an amazing Sam Cooke-like voice. Recognizing the incredible talent of this 21 year old, the group invited Gerald Alston to join, and he became the lead singer who would bring stardom to the quintet.
Join us tonight on RKC101 as we remember the Legendary Lowjack Rem Martin on his 1 year anniversary of passing on the spirit. Tonight we will hear from OG's and loyal fans about the Legend , there experience and most memoriable moments in his presence. I like many would like to know what he was like in person. How did the Remy Fire sound? What did he really do to the naked eye in the flesh? So we will be calling on all the OG's to give us some light and education. We will ask Mr. Fabian Chichester question about living with the legend and what a normal day with rmy was like. Tonight will be a huge show like no other. let's make this show a great one for the great one. Salute and tune in 7pm Eastern time .
Tough week for local hip hop collectives. J Arch, affiliated with several movements including End of the Weak and Team HOMI, lost his life while Brooklyn's Pro Era-based crew suffered another untimely death, as Joey Badass cousin and tour manager Junior B died in an accident.
Several members of J Arch's crew were in attendance and performing at the album release event for Hasan Salaam's "Live in Black and White" at Webster Hall. The combination album release, concert event, toy and coat drive was punctuated by recent events surrounding the non-aquittal for New York police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the chokehold death of Eric Garner. Much of Salaam's material, and those of others on the bill, circulate around social injustice issues, and it was a powerful event in that regard, one that included support by and for organizations such as the Center for Domestic Violence, CopWatch and others.
This particular event points out a problem with some of those who criticize hip hop for not being vocal enough in response to social issues, recently expounded on by Questlove. While Questlove was calling out bigger stars, the problem is that such criticism fails to take into account those who ARE doing great work in the field.
We'll talk about all these things tonight, as well as preview some upcoming events, and as always, take your calls.
Tonight's episode of The NY Hip Hop Report is brought to you by SuperFly: My Untold Story of Hip-Hop, Gloria Goldwater's fascinating look back at the history of her SuperFly magazine, which documented the early explosion of hip hop music. The book is available now!
The family cancelled tonight, so let's see what else wants to create itself. Call-in lines will be open on this Christmas Eve. Share you wish or Christmas blessing or prayer with me. - mu
It's an Upson Family podcast from Kauai, Hawaii! (Except mu on the mainland.)
Tonight: I share the Christmas Eve space with family members... Father Barry, brother Kelly, sister Tobi and her son Bodie, Yen, Zach, and Niki Upson.
Music: Jeff Buckley (RIP) cover of Hallelujah (written by Leonard Cohen).
Who would have THUNK that after all these years, Robert Redwine would still be in the fold. You would have thought by now that he would have folded (like in playing cards and you got a real "bad" hand that ain't worth 2 bits). And you would have probably come to the conclusion that he would have developed some "skills" in this broadcasting craft, but no, he has come to be known as Rip Van Winkle, and Merlin, because he falls asleep and is constantly disappearing, and that ain't the act. Anyway - this was pre-Jay King Network, but it was Jay King. Check it out.
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Well folks your favorite Internet Radio show, "Hard Rockn Sports" has finally hit the big time. Thats right, appearing on this show will be recording artist Nikki Barr, lead vocalist for the band "The Last Year". Nikki will be calling in at 8pm and will be talking about the bands current release "SUGAR", which I will play on the air for you. I will talk to Nikki about the bands current tour as well what it was like to open for a current Rock N Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Tune in to see who it is.
And of course we will talk about the NFL play-offs which should get a clearer by then. We have all of our local sports teams being discussed daily in the local papers and radion talk shows, so I will give you my take on all of the issues of the week.
There will lots to discuss in the world of Hard Rock and metal, but we will kick off the Holiday with our live interview with Nikki. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
Please Tune in this coming monday @ 6:30 pm est
SEE YA!! Keep on Rockn'