• 02:00

    SUSAYE GREENE /SUPREMES - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - WED, AUG 20, 2014 - 5 PM PST

    in Radio

    Susaye Greene (born September 13, 1949), is an American singer, best known for being the last official member to join Motown girl group The Supremes, remaining in the group during its final years of existence from 1976 to 1977.


    Born in Houston, Texas, she began her professional career at the age of 12 years. After moving to New York City as a teenager, she appeared in various commercials and attended and graduated from the New York City High School of Performing Arts.


    Prior to joining The Supremes, Greene sang with Ray Charles' Raelettes and Stevie Wonder's Wonderlove, which paired her with Deniece Williams and Shirley Brewer. In 1973, she sang lead as a guest vocalist on New Birth's hit "Until It's Time for You to Go" (a cover of Buffy Sainte-Marie's song). A successful singer and songwriter as well, Greene has written hit records for Michael Jackson, Deniece Williams, and many others.


    Greene was a member of The Supremes from early 1976 to summer of 1977 (replacing Cindy Birdsong), and performed on their last two albums, High Energy and Mary, Scherrie & Susaye. Working alongside original member Mary Wilson and Scherrie Payne, Susaye quickly found her niche in the group and amongst the group's legions of fans. Susaye took lead on "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," in the group's live shows, which never failed to garner a standing ovation, and recorded "High Energy", the title song from the High Energy album. On June 12, 1977, the Supremes performed their farewell concert at the Drury Lane Theater in London and disbanded.

  • 01:04

    January Jones-Sherrie Payne-The Supremes

    in Music

    January Jones-Sherrie Payne-The Supremes 


    January Jones welcomes Tom Ingrassia and Jared Chrudimsky co-author’s of When One Door Closes: Overcoming Adversity By Following Your Dreams sharing true life stories of people who have overcome insurmountable obstacles in order to live their dreams. Today’s interview features Scherrie Payne, the co-lead singer of The Supremes 1973 to 1977. Because of her powerful voice and petite stature of only five-foot-two, she is sometimes referred to as "the little lady with the big voice."


    As a new Supreme in an era when their popularity was waning, because reporters were still asking about Diana Ross. When she arrived, original Supreme Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong were the other two members of the group. Payne gained recognition for her vocals in "He's My Man" taken from the album  The Supremes.

  • 01:32

    EQUALITY UPDATES 57: Indiana Bold, Utah Calls Supremes, Evan Wolfson on =, Demi

    in Culture

    On today's show: Indiana declares marriage ban illegal, Utah asks the Supremes to decide on Marriage Equality, Evan Wolfson (of Freedom to Marry) on Marriage Equality, Demi Lovato Fights, US MARINE opportunity for women's parity, Andrew W., and much MORE!


    JOIN US!


    That's Sunday, July 13th, 2014 at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)! on Equality Updates with Marcinho Savant!  I find it baffling that human beings are unable, and unwilling, to remember to love one another, and to "do unto others, as we would have them do unto us", in today's world.


    And, as usual, we welcome your calls, thoughts, and opinions!  Be sure to call in at : (760) 283-5125!!!


    Join us!  That's today, 7/13/14, at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)!  Exclusively on #blogtalkradio!

  • 00:33

    The Psychic Medium Show / Guest Star Mary Wilson From The Supremes

    in Entertainment

    The Psychic Medium Show With Guest Star Mary Wilson from The Supremes


    Call in for your free reading between 12pm-1pm PST Monday-Friday starting 02/07/14  Studio Line 1(347) 857-2181  the Corporate Psychic Consultants Show with Richard Spasoff  is Inspiring, Insightful, Entertaining, Intuitive "and would you believe" at times we can also be Hilarious, even better than prozac! The Corporate Psychic Consultants Show Is a mix of Music, Psychic Readings and Insightful commentary and interviews. Hope you can Jion us 


    Much Love Richard

  • 01:04

    SUPREME PARTNERS - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - WED, DEC 10, 2014 - 7 PM PST

    in Music

    SUPREME PARTNERS LIVE BIO
    Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene were the last two members of the legendary group, The Supremes after Mary Wilson left the group to pursue a solo career in 1977.  Scherrie's tenure as "Lead Singer" lasted from 1973 to 1977 and Susaye joined the group in 1976. When the group disbanded, Scherrie & Susaye recorded the album “Partners” for the Motown label in 1979. Now, after decades of requests by fans, "Partners" has been remastered and released on CD for the first time ever. Scherrie and Susaye share songwriter and associate producer credits for the album that features the late Ray Charles on the song "Love Bug." They are happy to team up again after many years to reintroduce this wonderful playlist of songs to longtime and new fans of The Supremes. 

    "Supreme Partners" LIVE is an exclusive show featuring these songs never performed before, some of your favorite tunes from The Supremes, and songs from Scherrie and Susaye's solo careers.  

  • 00:24

    Your15Minutes Radio Weekend Rewind with Mary Wilson of the Supremes

    in Goals

    Join us as we bring you the best of Your15Minutes Radio. Follow the conversation@your15minradio

  • 01:08

    Gioia Bruno, of the megastar female trio, Expose' gets Queued Up on 11/24

    in Entertainment

    In a man’s world, female harmonic groups have long dominated the sphere of music.  The 60's era brought such greats as Diana Ross and the Supremes, and Martha and the Vandella’s.  While the 70's introduced Sister Sledge, and The Pointer Sisters.  Fast forward  decades later, mega pop hits would be yielded by powerhouse female groups such as En Vogue, SWV, TLC, The Spice Girls and Destiny's Child.


    Rewind the clock back to 1987, just when the phenomena of  female groups seemed to be fading in the distance, taking center stage, in an introduction to the world are Ann Curless, Gioia Bruno and Jeanette Jurado, all comprising the # 5 Top Female Group of all time, Expose'.  Their takeover would be colossal.   Churning out hit after hit after hit, with favorites such as their debut single; "Come Go With Me" followed by "Point of No Return", "Let Me Be the One" and the enormous crossover ballad "Seasons Change", Expose' had soon earned their spot in the world of pop music while displaying a universal appeal which would spill over into the dance and r&b scenes.


    Gioia Bruno, communal lead singer ("Let Me Be the One", "What You Don't Know") hits the Queue Up to share growth since Expose's debut, life’s offering, and upcoming group and sole ventures.


    I can't wait!


    Join me on Monday, November 24th for this interview, beginning at 10:30 a.m MST.


    Dax Dish, Host

  • 01:01

    (Reprise) How The Supremes Ruled: Hobby Lobby, Buffer Zones, and More

    in Politics Progressive

    RH Reality Check's legal expert Jessica Pieklo joins the MOMocrats to parse the Hobby Lobby decision and the rest of this year's session of the Supreme Court. Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills host this weekly political discussion from the progressive point of view. Produced by Engender Media Group.

  • 02:02

    Callywood After Dark Season 6 Kickoff - Susaye Greene & Charles Belk

    in Entertainment

    Callywood After Dark


    Susaye Greene


    Greene was a member of The Supremes from early 1976 to summer of 1977 (replacing Cindy Birdsong), and performed on their last two albums, High Energy and Mary, Scherrie & Susaye. Working alongside original member Mary Wilson and Scherrie Payne, Susaye quickly found her niche in the group and amongst the group's legions of fans. Susaye took lead on "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," in the group's live shows, which never failed to garner a standing ovation, and recorded "High Energy",


    Charles Belk
     In three weeks, with the help of countless everyday folks from everywhere throughout the country, we have made others aware of the negative impact of false arrests of innocent people due to simply fitting the description. ...


     


     

  • 02:09

    ROBERT GORDY JR - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - TUES, OCT 28, 2014 - 7:00 PM PST

    in Music

    Robert Gordy, Jr. Bio:


    Born: April 12th, 1954 in Detroit, Mi


    Mother: Theresa Gordy
    Father: Robert L. Gordy, Sr.


    I grew up with my siblings: sister - Roxanna, & brothers - Rodney, & Fuller II, in the city where it all began, Detroit, Michigan!


    Why am I a Face Of Success? Well, I consider myself a Hitsville/Motown kid, as these were some of the fondest memories of my childhood, of being privey to seeing all the greats coming up: Jackie Wilson, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, Martha and The Vandellas, The Marvalettes, The Four Tops, The Temptations, the young Supremes, Mary Wells, little Stevie Wonder; my Uncle - Marvin Gaye (married to my Aunt Anna Gordy), Diana Ross, and, - The Jackson 5, with a young Michael Jackson, - and many many other greats, from the golden age, of the Motown era.


    I also spent many times of my childhood staying at my father's brother's house (Berry Gordy), playing with his kids: Hazel Joy, Berry IV, & Terry James. We were constantly around those who would later become legends. I also have a host of many other cousins and relatives who we love, and cherish, one another.


    It was an environment of music creation, and music production, manufacturing, marketing, radio and T. V. promotion, warehousing, distribution, and retail sales, as this was the business the grown folks were in. It was a hotbed of activity, with prolific sonwriters, and producers, such as - Holland/Dosier/Holland, Mickie Stevenson, Norman Whifield, Harvey Fuqua; and musicians, such as - James Jamerson, Earl Van Dyke, and all the Funk Brothers, just to name a few. I was an eyewitness to many of the great moments of that time.

  • 01:01

    How the Supremes Ruled: Hobby Lobby, Buffer Zones and More

    in Politics Progressive

    RH Reality Check's legal expert Jessica Pieklo joins the MOMocrats to parse the Hobby Lobby decision and the rest of this year's session of the Supreme Court. Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills host this weekly political discussion from the progressive point of view. Produced by Engender Media Group.

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