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One hour of music from the late, great Spencer Bell as we celebrate his life on the day of his passing. Check out Spencer's story at www.spencerbellmemorial.ning.com and donate to help fight against Adrenal Cancer to the University of Michigan's Adrenal Cancer Program in honor of Spencer.
The Spencer Bell Memorial joins us as we check out all 43 minutes of the second Spencer Bell Tribute Album. We are also celebrating the birthday of Spencer Bell, a musician who passed away from Adrenal Cancer in 2006. Help us celebrate his legacy and listen to some great music.
Special guests and cohosts will be joining us.
The Ebola virus has reached American soil. Workers who contracted the virus in Africa have been brought home for treatment. A vistor to the US has become the first diagnosed case on US soil and now a nurse who cared for this man is infected with the Ebola virus. Nurses are on the frontline when caring for those with communicable diseases. The workplace is a potentially hazardous place for dedicated professions who vow to care for the sick. Nurses ask that they are given the information, guidance and support to safely care for others without putting themselves at risk. We are nurses not martyrs.
Spencer Kane is a teen artist and actor born on October 26, 1996. At barely 5 years old he recorded his first music video as a lip sync to the song "Written on My Heart" by the Christian band Plus One. Raised in a Christian home as a son of a Pastor, Spencer has been around musical influence in and out of the church world. Singing in church and later on writing and recording his own songs at a home studio, he partnered with his dad in competing at a county idol contest in 2010. His second place finish in the 16 and under group helped him gain the confidence to pursue music in a more formal way. In the spring of 2011 he recorded his first original single, "Best Friends", at Sweetwater Studios in Fort Wayne. He has continued recording and releasing original music ever since.
Artists on Demand is joined by the friends, family, and fans of the late Spencer Bell to promote the upcoming release of the Spencer Bell Tribute Album (Volume 1). We will be playing Spencer's versions of each of the songs, promoting presales, and doing some fun giveaways!
On this week's episode, we welcome Spencer Jawitz for a very special interview. In addition, we walk into Hell and give our Hell In A Cell predictions for the upcoming event. Plus, the real reason Justin Roberts was fired, two more Divas are now joining the Total Divas cast, who was it that gave Dean Ambrose advice on his upcoming HIAC match, and how did one of our own get involved in a fantasy draft?
WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info Proudly Interviews Artist Rap Artist "Dirren Bell"
You Can't Miss This Exclusive Interview. We will premiere His most recent
tracks. And Open The Lines For You To Call In.. As The Lovely Mikeisha Best And
Co-Host Queen Of Hearts ALSO WE WILL HAVE A MYSTERIOUS Co-Host Calling In..
Tune in for this new episode of "The Tatum Talks" as we are joined by Monet Bell from the addictive "Married at First Sight"! We'll chat with her about her journey being involved with the groundbreaking experiment, the lessons she learned and any regret she may have after deciding to end her 5 week marriage with Vaughn. We will also be joined by certified relationship coach, Sadie E. Sharp.
Here's your chance to ask her the questions you've always wanted to know. And if you don't, I will.
This is an exciting one, y'all.
NICOLE BELL IS THE FIANCE OF SLAIN, SEAN BELL, WHO WAS SHOT AND KILLED BY POLICE A FEW HOURS BEFORE HIS WEDDING.
WE HAVE ENDURED MANY POLICE KILLINGS... WHAT CAN WE DO TO WORK WITH POLICE.. ARE ALL POLICE BAD? WHAT SHOULD A BLACK MAN DO IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS??
TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THIS, PLEASE JOIN US AS WE DISCUSS THESE IMPORTANT EVENTS!
Babette Bombshell and special surprise guest Dan Bell will be discussing his work on his recent documentary "Margie & Scott", which was filmed in Florida and the horrific child rape/snuff movie plot recently uncovered in Florida during this show.
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Tune in to The Gist of Freedom, The Black History Internet Radio show with host Shellie Gaines as we welcome Award winning Playwright & Author Gabrielle Pina! Gabrielle will talk to Shellie about her play "Letters From Zora" ~Starring Vanessa Bell Calloway. Letters From Zora is currently running at the crossroadstheatrecompany.org!
“Letters from Zora: In Her Own Words,” for which the meticulous and poetic Gabrielle Denise Pina, a novelist in her own right, collected Zora’s massive correspondence and crafted it into a monologue delivered at New Brunswick’s Crossroads Theatre with wit, sincerity, and majesty by Vanessa Bell Calloway.
Calloway’s feat of memory is stunning enough. In more than 100 minutes, without a chance to pause, let alone to stop for an intermission, the actress never stumbled, missed a cue for transition, or failed to articulate the genius, both as a writer, and as a woman determined to live independently according to her own principles, of Zora Neale Hurston.
Calloway’s performance is enchanting. Besides being fluid and heartfelt, it reminds us, thanks to Pina’s excellent editing and composition, how extraordinary and how pioneering Zora was.
Everything Zora for stood and fervently believed is revealed in Pina’s text, and Calloway magically embodies the grit and strongmindedness of Zora along with her femininity, abundant sense of humor, and disdain for anything false or condescending.
Yes, the words as Pina’s title tells us plainly, are Zora’s, but Pina is the one who had to take a volume of letters and make them into one cohesive, listenable and "entertaining" work."