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TONIGHT!TONIGHT!TONIGHT! 02/19/2014 AT 9PM.EST., IS A VERY SPECIAL NIGHT HERE ON BRINGING SEXY BACK. WE ARE CELEBRATING THE BIRTHDAY OF THE LIVING LEGEND SMOKEY ROBINSON .WE WILL BE PLAYING HIS SONGS, AND SONGS HE WROTE/CO-WROTE FOR OTHER ARTIST, MARY WELLS, THE MARVELETTES, TEMPTATIONS, SUPREMES, FOURTOPS AND THE LIST GOES ON. WE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT HIS MUSICAL LIFE. IF YOU LOVE SMOKEY LIKE I LOVE SMOKEY, THEN COME CELEBRATE HIS 74TH BIRTHDAY WITH ME YOUR GIRL DELICIOUS, HOST OF BRINGING SEXY BACK. THE CHAT ROOM WILL BE OPEN. CALL IN WITH YOUR MEMORIES OF SMOKEY, FOR DEDICATIONS AND SHOUT OUTS. #646-652-2877. TONIGHT IS ALL ABOUT SMOKEY ROBINSON, WE’RE GONNA PARTY TO THE END.
OOH BABY,BABY.HAPPY,HAPPY, BIRTHDAY SMOKEY ROBINSON! YES, 73 YEARS AGO TODAY, ON 02/19/13 THE WORLD WAS BLESSED WITH THE MOST TALENTED, GIFTED, PRODUCER,SONG WRITER AND ENTERTAINER,WILLIAM "SMOKEY" ROBINSON. TONIGHT WE CELEBRATE HIS BIRTHDAY, THROUGH HIS SONGS AND THE MANY SINGERS, SONGS HE PRODUCED AND WROTE.IF YOU LOVE SMOKEY, LIKE I LOVE SMOKEY, THEN COME CELEBRATE WITH DELICIOUS TALK AT A SPECIAL TIME 10:00PM EST. TONIGHT 02/19/13. THE CHAT ROOM WILL BE CLOSED. BUT IF YOU HAVE A FAVORITE BY SMOKEY AND I HAVE IT, CALL IN 646-652-2877 I'LL BE MORE THAN HAPPY TO PLAY IT. FOOD AND DRINKS(CYBER STYLE) ARE ON ME.
African American singer, songwriter, and producer
Hailed by some as the greatest living American songwriter, Motown star Smokey Robinson has been composing and singing rhythm and blues hits for more than three decades
William "Smokey" Robinson Jr. was born on February 19, 1940, in Detroit, Michigan, in the rough Brewster ghetto, a poor and generally dangerous neighborhood. Young Smokey grew up listening to his mother's records, including the works of B. B. King (1925–), Muddy Waters (1915–1983), John Lee Hooker (1917–2001), Sarah Vaughan (1924–1990), and Billy Eckstine (1914–1993). These black artists, he commented in Rolling Stone, were "the first inspirational thing I had." When Robinson was ten, his mother died, and his sister Geraldine took him in, raising him along with her ten children. The family was poor but close-knit, and Robinson spent his youth writing songs and singing in local bands.
Robinson would not consider a professional career until he graduated from high school, and even then he tried barber school and courses in dentistry before giving his full attention to music. In 1954 he formed a rhythm and blues (a form of music combining jazz, blues, and other musical styles) group called the Matadors; the name was changed to the Miracles three years later when a female singer, Claudette Rogers, joined the group. Rogers married Robinson in 1959.
Smokey said; “I’m a stone romantic. I love love; I love dreaming about love, thinking about love, writing about love, singing about love. I love being in love. I fell in love early, at age fourteen, with my childhood sweetheart, Claudette. I married her when I was nineteen.” Wow I love that I love Smokey, Happy Birthday Sweetheart….Smooches!!!
Marques Robinson is an aspiring musician who writes and records all the music in his songs. A few of his inspirations in music are Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, and Coheed and Cambria. He wishes to bring a new modern rock style to his fans and make music for many years to come.
A recent graduate of wills point high school Marques moved to texas at the age of two from Juneau alaska. Along with his aspersions in the music industry Marques is also interested in the fields of physics and chemistry
Leon Robinson Calls into Vairety Radio Online to talk about his role in “37: A Final Promise”.
“37: A Final Promise” is based on a true story of devastation, love, hope and loss. From a script by veteran actor Randall Batinkoff (“Kick Ass”) & Jesse Stratton (“Hosanna”) and based on the intense personal experiences of Guy Blews, who authored the novel, (and source material) How Angels Die. Starring Randall Batinkoff (“For Keeps”, “School Ties”), Scottie Thompson (“Skyline”), Tricia Helfer (“Battlestar Galactica”), Kate Nauta (“Transporter 2”), Scott Wolf (“Party Of Five”), Leon Robinson (“Cool Runnings”) and Oscar nominee Bruce Davison (“X-Men”), “37: A Final Promise” is the debut directorial feature film from Batinkoff, and was produced by Batinkoff, Blews and BAFTA Award winner Leila Djansi (“Ties That Bind”), and executive produced by Gordon Winston, and Stephanie Winston Wolkoff.
Bill welcomes novelist Holly Robinson back to the show. Join Bill and Holly as they talk writing and family, love and letters, stories and songs. As always everything will be on the table. Listen in, call in - be a part of the conversation. Don't miss it! (This show was recorded earlier. Sorry, no call-ins).
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It's D-Nell and Meilani's BIRTHDAY! Tune in as we celebrate this special time with interviews with the women who birthed them and the people who love to hate them. We also have a special co-host, Zack Herman who is a local comedian in the Michigan area.
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On this episode of Entertainment Zone Radio, the show host, Alex Cardinale will be celebrating his 21st Birthday! Happy Birthday to Alex Cardinale! Not only is Alex celebrating his 21st birthday, but this will also be our very first premium episode of Entertainment Zone Radio! How awesome is that! :)
Topics for this show will be: What Alex did on his birthday, Alex will give his thoughts on Bud Light Strawberita, Alex will discuss what he will do now that he is 21, and Alex will also discuss some very entertaining topics and have a blast on the radio! We may have some guests on the show.
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Join ParaNation Radio as Alex Matsuo interviews psychic Debra Robinson. If time allows, Debra will also do live readings during the second part of the show. Alex will talk to Debra about how she came into her psychic abilities as well as her published works and future projects coming up.
Debra "Reb" Robinson is a multi-faceted individual; an author, musician and psychic. As an author, her first book, A Haunted Life: The True Ghost Story of a Reluctant Psychic, her memoir, was released July 2013 by Llewellyn Worldwide Publishing. Her second book is Sarah's Shadows, a novel of supernatural suspense. She also has an upcoming book with Llewellyn Publishing which will be released September 2014, titled, The Dead are Watching: Ghost Stories from a Reluctant Psychic.
Debra was born with inherited psychic gifts and is a professional palm reader and clairvoyant. She also lectures on palmistry and psychic abilities. You may also book a Haunted Tea Party in her haunted house through the website below. Debra's friend and fellow author Annie Wilder (www.anniewilder.com) has been holding haunted tea parties for years, and kindly shared her tips. Book Debra's Haunted Tea Party here-www.psychicdebra.net
“We have been so disenfranchised for so long by supporting every other culture or nationality, other businesses, because we haven’t had any. When we do, when people of African-American descent do take off and start a business, it’s kind of difficult for it to be successful or for it to thrive because the community doesn’t invest into it.” --Jamiel Robinson, CEO of Grand Rapids African American Black Businesses
Ladies and gentlemem on this episode of In Life Now we are going to "go hard in the paint" and talk about some serious issues, challenges, and roadblocks currently facing the black community on a local level as well as national level within the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan with our guest Mr. Jamiel Robinson, Community Activist and CEO of GRABB along with our cohost Community Activist and Executive Director of Bates Place Rev. Bryan R. Blakely.
We encourage you to call us while we are LIVE on the air because we want to hear your thoughts, comments, concerns, and what you believe are tangible solutions "we" all can take away and use from listening and being a part of this broadcast wherever you are around the world!
Listen now as Alysse Stewart interviews Wendy Raquel Robinson live during the Steve Harvey Neighborhood Awards in Atlanta. Press play now to find out whats up with Tasha Mack and season eight of The Game (see it September 16th). Alysse also asks the question, "Pookie or Rick Fox in real life?" Robinson's answer might surprise you.
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