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  • 00:47

    LOVE ALL HUMANS RADIO SHOW Topic: LET YOUR ACTIONS SPEAK

    in Lifestyle

    VOICE YOUR OPINION: ARE YOUR WORDS MATCHING YOUR ACTIONS?


     CALL IN LIVE AT:718-766-4494 


    WE LOVE YOU!!


    Your Hosts: Shawn Z. Williams and Tracy Williams.  Questions or comments for Love All Humans Productions?  Email us at join@loveallhumans.com or call the office at 562-283-3115.  Visit www.loveallhumas.com 

  • 00:33

    Award-Winning Filmmaker, Recording Artist and Author: Seth Swirsky

    in Music

    Recently selected as the Featured Artist for the "Authors and Artists Symposium" at the Beatles at the Ridge music festival, Seth Swirsky produced a brilliant film titled "Beatles Stories." On the radio show, Swirsky will chat about his film which contains priceless interviews with notable personalities such as George Martin, Smokey Robinson, Sir Ben Kingsley and many more. The author has written songs for Elton John, Celine Dion, Smokey Robinson, Olivia Newton-John and had hit songs with Taylor Dayne's "Tell It To My Heart" and "Prove Your Love."


    Mark your calendar for September 18 and 19, 2015, and get yourself to Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, for Swirsky's presentation of "Beatles Stories!"         www.beatlesattheridge.com

  • Charles Davis visits - This Side of the River

    in Music

    Tune in this Saturday 1 PM Detroit Time otherwise know as 12 PM Central Standard Time 8/22/2015 for an exclusive interview with Singing Superstar Detroit's own Charles Davis.


    He was born Robert Charles Davis on April 22, 1953 in Jackson, Mississippi. When he was ten years old, his family moved to Detroit. His parents were both music lovers. His mother sang in a church choir and his father was a guitar player. Blues and gospel music were his love, and he and his brothers were motivated to pursue music at a very early age.


    Charles attended Southeastern High School before joining the United States Navy from 1969 through 1971, serving in Vietnam. Upon his return, Charles turned to music.


    In 1984 Charles joined the legendary Motown group “The Contours” which he is still performs with today.  He also performs as a solo artist


    Charles had the pleasure of performing with professional and local groups such as The Contours, The Miracles, The Platters, The Shades of Blue, Ali Woodson, Serieux, Phase 5 just to name a few.


    He has over 30 years of musical experience. While performing with The Contours for the past 30 years, he has received numerous awards such as, The Smokey Robinson’s Heroes and Legends Award, the 2000 Detroit Music Award, Motown Alumni Association Lifetime Achievement Award, inducted into the Doo Woop Hall of Fame in 2010 and received many Gold and Platinum Albums.  Charles was nominated Best R&B Male Vocalist of 2013 for The Detroit Black Music Awards.

  • 01:08

    Wonder Twin Power Hour: Vulnerability Unmasked

    in Self Help

    With so much "hoop-lah" around the word vulnerability these days, does it surprise you the Wonder Twins are doing a show on what it means to be vulnerable and why it's important -- if it really even is?


    Join the powerful Jennifer Flynn and Danica Trebel as they define, discuss, dissect and probably digress around all things vulerability and how it applies to life as we know it today.


    Jennifer Flynn is passionate about helping people reach their goals and potential. She primarily works with 'addicted to busy' high achievers and small business owners who have gotten caught in the choke hold of stress with a life out of balance. For more information on programs and services contact her directly at www.thebalancemaven.com or reach out via your favorite social media link.


    Danica Trebel is a Communication & Family Dynamics Coach who knows first-hand the power of the spoken and unspoken word. It was through her own personal and professional experiences that led her to this place of healing, restoration and passion to help others. She is an expert in helping people live their lives to the fullest through faith, communication and authenticity.


     

  • MelbaJoyce

    in Music

    Melba Joyce was born in Dallas, TX and grew up under the musical influence of her mother and grand parents. Her father, Melvin Moore, a prominent vocalist with the jazz and swing bands of his era, including Dizzy Gillespie, was also one of Melba's influences. After moving to Los Angeles, Melba was noticed by musicians and opened for Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, and Smokey Robinson & the Miracles. She is a graduate of Antioch University West in Los Angeles, California. In addition to jazz vocal appearances, Melba appeared in the Tony Award-winning Broadway show Black and Blue, as understudy to all three principal characters: Linda Hopkins, Ruth Brown, and Carrie Smith. She starred in the launching of the show's world tour. Melba appeared in major and minor cities in the world from Amsterdam to Beijing, London and Bordeaux; to New York, Dallas, Beverly Hills, and Little Rock, Arkansas. Melba Joyce toured war-torn fields of Vietnam to entertain the troops, an experience that raised her social conscience. When Melba returned, she was a panelist for the Congressional Black Caucus of Women in Jazz Forum. She produced the first Women in Jazz Festival at Harlem's Schomburg Center for Black Culture; and became a principal in the Day of the Child Series for UNICEF. With funding from the National Endowment For The Arts, she produced Jazz For Special People, a musical education series for the handicapped.


    www.melbajoyce.net


    www.wijsf.org

  • 02:00

    SPENDING AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH SMOKEY ROBINSON ON HIS BIRTHDAY!!!

    in Radio

    ON A SPECIAL NIGHT, AND SPECIAL TIME, THURSDAY 02/19/2015 AT 8:30PM IT'S A "SPECIAL OCCASSION" YEZZZZZZZ, IT'S SMOKEY "BILL" ROBINSONS BIRTHDAY.COME CELEBRATE A NIGHT OF MUSIC,FUN AND GIVE-A-WAYS. COME AND LISTEN TO A LIVING LEGEND. SMOKEY IS NOT ONLY A SINGER HE IS ALSO A SONG WRITER.HE'S WRITTEN SONGS FOR SUCH GREATS AS MARVIN GAYE, THE TEMPTATION, MARY WELLS, THE ISLY BROTHERS,THE MARVELETTES, THE SUPPREMES AND MANY MORE. ANYONE WHO LOVES SMOKEY ROBINSON LIKE I DO, I'LL LOOK FOR YOU AT THE CELEBRATION.

  • 01:00

    Fire Season & Being Prepared on A Preppers Path

    in Education

    Fire Season & Being Prepared
    Host: Lynna "A Preppers Path"
    on American Preppers Radio! 
    Mondays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    If you haven’t taken note yet NOW is the time. Fire is a credible threat to all of us no matter where we live, urban or rural. How many times have you seen a rural fire sweep into a city or vice versa? It happens and fire is devastating and deadly.


    Fire Season! What can you do? Actually there is Plenty you can do be become prepared and protect your loved ones and property. This isn’t a repeat show but much of the information comes directly from previous shows over the years BECAUSE quite frankly it works. Being prepared in case of wild fire is key and something to consider even during wet years. BUT remember this isn’t a wet year for much of the NATION in fact it’s down right scary. Tune in for an update on the Fire Scene around the country and what you can do. Remember Smokey the Bear? Well he’s in the know so join me Monday June 22nd as we stamp out unpreparedness and the wild fire!


    Read More HERE!


    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:51

    STAY TRUE WITH DRU "The Pilot"

    in Religion

    STAY TRUE WITH DRU is a live interactive CALL IN show designed to; Motivate, Educatce and even irritate you our listeners in becoming a better you!


    The pilot show will go live at 7pm (E.D.T.) on Monday, June 29th On BlogTalkRadio.


    Dru Kelly/ Host & Creator


    Pilot show Topic: BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION


    1. THE 2015 AWARD SHOW PRESENTATION (The overall production of the show)


    2. HOW DID YOU ENJOY THE PERFORMANCES


    3. WHAT DID YOU THINK OF SMOKEY ROBISONS ACCEPTANCE; PRAYER-SPEECH-SERMONETTE 


    4. WERE YOU SURPRISED TO LEARN OF THE MOUNTAIN OF WORK AND MONEY, TO JOYNER HAS CONTRIBUTED TO GREAT CAUSES IN AND AROUND OUR OMMUNITIES


    5. WERE YOU SURPRISE TO SEE HER MOM AND DAD THERE TOGETHER AND THE BIG SHOUT OUT (with what appeared to be sincere love) TO DADDY (JOE) AS WELL AS (MOM) KATHERINE


    6. DID APPEAR THATTI YEAR CELEBATON WAS A LOT MORE (OLD SCHOOL) THAN RECENT YEAR?


    7. WHO IRRITATED YOU ON THE SHOW AND WHY


    8. WHO CAPTURED YOUR HEART


    9. WHAT KIND FO JOB DID YOU THINK THE 2 HOST (OF THE 2015 BET AWARDS) GIVE US


    AND MUCH MUCH MORE!


    You can listen from your; Laptop, Desktop, Ipad, Cell phone or any other device with internet access, or if you are one of only ;ucky 1oo callers you may dial into the station and listen from your cell phone, land line or computer access phone. No fees or charges are applicable to this call.


    Get ready to: STAY TRUE WITH DRU!

  • 01:59

    LOVE ALL HUMANS RADIO SHOW Topic: OVERCOMING HUMAN BETRAYAL

    in Lifestyle

    WE WILL BE DISCUSSING TACTICS TO HELP HEAL THE HURT AFTER HUMAN BETRAYAL AND OVERCOMING THAT PAIN.  Call in to discuss how you have overcome betrayal 718.766.4494  WE LOVE YOU


    Your Hosts: Shawn Z. Williams and Tracy Williams.  Questions or comments for Love All Humans Productions?  Email us at join@loveallhumans.com or call the office at 562-283-3115.  Visit www.loveallhumas.com 
     

  • 00:29

    JADAT Sports Radio: IWWA Wrestling Radio #1

    in Sports

    Will be our very first groundbreaking episode which will be on every Saturday at 6pm! Our first guest will be Bobby Fulton from the Fantastics. Hear what Bobby has to say about the passing of his former friend and tag partner Tommy Rogers as he will share stories with them.

  • 01:00

    SS Filmmaker Spotlight: Wolf Mckinney

    in Film

    Hosted by Jason R. Davis and Anita Nicole Brown, Shriek Speak returns with guest Wolf Mckinney


    Wolf McKinney is the Vice President of Breaking Fate Entertainment and someone very involved in many aspects of the entertainment industry.


    Most people would know Wolf for his lifelong passion for music and his involvement in such Chicago based bands as Bloodstream Parade and Withdrawn. He also has gained a lot of exposure during his time hosting The Wolf’s Den radio show.


    Present day, most of Wolf’s time is spent working alongside BFE’s President Willy Adkins on many film productions. Wolf’s directorial debut film “Gordon Finn” recently won: Best Short in Prairie State Film Festival & Smokey Night Film Festival as well as Best Director at the Smokey Night Film Festival. With the success of "Gordon Finn" under his belt, McKinney prepares for his feature: "Sister of the Wolf".