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Meet the Rock the Mike Show Host Jermaine Mitchem Jr. and Co-Host Crystal 'CB' Booker and the Rock the Mike Crew! This first broadcast is a glimpse of what you can expect from our show. We showcase the hottest independent artists in the industry. If you want your music heard on our show we also in this broadcast let you know how you can be seen and heard. So tune in for all of the fun on Rock the Mike Show!
Join Holly Stephey as she talks to Ed Kleinman who in his words "This is my journey from listening to the bands of the mid 1950's to working with bands in the 60's and 70's. It is filled with stories regarding musicians in a time where the music industry was changing as quickly as the social and political climate."
One tells a story of days gone by. A flash of your history, a snapshot of an instant.
Be it a minute, an hour, a day, or a year, it matters none.
Something jogs your brain cells where past history is stored.
You smile, and you think you have something worth telling.
*Ed Kleinman’s story chronicles his 18 years in the music industry from 1966 to 1984. He started as a part-time roadie making just enough money to buy cigarettes and put gas into his car. Eventually, he was able to hang out with musicians and tell lovely young ladies, “I’m with a band. You wanna meet one of ‘em?”
It tells how he was able to form his own entertainment company until he left the business world of rock and roll.
Those years brought a great deal of change to the music world and to all corners of society. The youth fought for equality for all, protested the Vietnam War and marched against it. The music got stronger, more political and more active in supporting change.
The 18 years he had in the music industry helped him further his career and enrich his sales force development role.
Join him as he reminisces and relives his rock and roll journey.
This week at Blues in the Night we feature the sounds of Maceo Parker, along with contributions from Pee Wee Ellis and a pair of talented female vocalists from the the James Brown Band (Anna King and Lyn Collins). Get it on with these JB alumni Monday, 10/27 at 6 p.m. Pacific Time (9 p.m. EDT) on The Essence of Success Network.
I'll be highlighting tracks from the Compilation Disc Maximum Rock and Roll Awareness which features unsigned acts from the MN area. I'll also be taking in submissions from other local artists to accompany these tracks so if you want to be heard on this weeks show email your submissions to email@example.com via high quality MP3 format
COME AND JOIN THE NEW JAZZ MASTERS AND THERE HOT JAZZ MUSIC. TONIGHT GUEST ARE : FOURPLAY, BOBBY LYLE, RICHARD ELLOIT, BRAIN CULBERTSON JEFF LORBER AND BENOIT/FREEMAN . COOL JAZZ
LET TALK ABOUT THE JAZZ FESVIALS - UP COMING ONE CAPE MAY NOVERMEBER 2014
HOST TONIGHT BIG RAY
Long ago, their were times in which I didn't like the thought of a purse, didn't want to carry one, didn't have a need to be bothered with a purse. I always tried to find a way of carrying and cramming everything into my pockets. No thief is going to rob me right, because I don't have a purse. But as I got older, I found out, hey, these things are pretty neat. So I began to fall in love with purses, some coach bags, and many other designs, still not a huge fan of them, but hey! it will work for now.
So a few years ago as I began to start a new pitch in life; all types of ideas and entrepreneurial thoughts came to mind. So this is what this blog is actually about, not the purse that we carry around, bu the purse we carry inside. Whats's in your purse?, What's in your passions?, your dreams?, your DNA?, your career life?, your goals?, what you have accomplished?, what you have achieved?, where do you see yourself this time next year? So many times we plan goals for the next five years, but technology is rapidly changing, your goals need to be every year now, not five to ten years down the road.
My purse contains essentials in which I can provide more to my business, my clients, my networking circle, and its not just locally, it's globally. I want my purse to say more than what my business cards and websites can speak for me. At the start of our business, I was always scrambling for words to tell people about our vision and mission of the business. Of course this will take time as you are growing towards your potential. But the more I worked effectively on the business, the mission became a reality to me and no longer had to think, scramble, or figure out what or who I was in the business, but I knew.
We may arrive slightly early in your evening, but there's a good chance that you'll still have that blues feeling all night after our inaugural hour show featuring Clarence Carter, Aretha Franklin, Dorothy Moore, Tre Williams, Leela James and others. Join The Professor (Walter Dubiel) , Monday 10/20 / at 6:00 p.m. PST on The Essence of Success Network for Blues in the Night. If you love the blues, you'll love our playlist.
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