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This week Rodney Perry Live welcomes R&B songstress, Tamia. Rodney and Tamia will discuss her amazing journey and her nomination for Best R&B Album and Best R&B Song for the 2013 Grammy's. Tune in on Monday, January 21st, 2013 at 2PM EST.
For more information on Tamia: www.tamiaworld.com
or follow Tamia on Twitter: www.twitter.com/realtamiaworld
Rodney Perry Live is a show consisting of all arts and entertainment. Everything from comedy and politics to music and acting. Rodney covers it all with a comedic slant. Tune in each and every Monday at 2pm EST www.blogtalkradio.com/rodneyperrylive to check out "Rodney Perry Live" on internet radio: Call in number: (718) 305-6383.
Our show is scheduled for 2 hours so we can ensure that we don't have to cut anyone short. Our show is generally 1 and 1/2 hours.
Join Us and Tamia Dow for an interesting show as we talk about local and international events around International Women's Day.
This is going to be an interesting show. Find out what is happening in your arear at http://internationalwomensday.com
UC&P proudly welcomes back to the show 2x Grammy nominated multi-instrumentalist Najee , as we catch up and talk about the success of his latest hot and seductive album "The Morning After - A Musical Love JournA visionary, Najee assembles an array of world class musicians on The Morning After - A Musical Love Journey....and what is ahead.
Featured artists on the CD include producer Demonte Posey (Eric Benet, Toni Braxton, and Babyface), bassist Bill Sharpe (Dave Coz and Barbara Streisand), guitarist Ray Fuller (George Duke, Anita Baker, and Whitney Houston), drummer Daniel Powell (Tamia), bassist Brian Bromberg (Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock) and drummer Joel Taylor (Joe Sample’s current band). Chart-topping R&B diva Meli’sa Morgan also joins Najee for an unforgettable duet. The Morning After - A Musical Love Journey opens with the sound of Najee’s voice as he anxiously awaits to board his plane but is unexpectedly delayed waiting for a certain special woman. Alas, she arrives and the journey begins. Najee explains, “The album title describes a fantasy trip where two people meet and experience their journey together.” The saxophonist describes the making of his new CD as an intense process. “It was recorded as a live studio album in two ½ weeks, during which time we also mixed and mastered the music. I would say the anticipation was very much part of the journey with this record.” Najee’s musical adventure unfolds with the jubilant “Rendezvous,” featuring his robust tenor saxophone. The Morning After - Musical Love Journey finds Najee transporting listeners around the globe to locations that have inspired him in some way.
Tamia was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario. As a child, she took acting and singing lessons, eventually performing in a number of local choirs and theatrical presentations. She soon earned a reputation and several awards, including the YTV Vocal Achievement Award in 1993. The following year, she won the Steve Ross Music Scholarship at the American Academy of Achievement's Annual Salute to Excel
lence in 1994.
That same year, she attended a fateful party thrown by her manager Brenda Richie for Luther Vandross. There she met producer Quincy Jones, who became taken with Tamia's talent during a one-song performance. Soon Jones had Tamia in the studio, recording "You Put a Move on My Heart" for Jones' new album, Q's Jook Joint. The song became a Top Ten R&B hit and earned her a Grammy nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Another song on the album, a duet with Babyface entitled "Slow Jams," was nominated for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group. She also sang "Missing You" with Brandy, Gladys Knight, and Chaka Khan on the soundtrack for the 1995 film “Set It Off.” With a Grammy nod for "Missing You,” this made for three nominations for Tamia, who hadn’t even released an album yet.
Dave and Audley were pleased to welcome Windsor, Ontario native and R&B singing sensation, Tamia to The Breakdown! She has an upcoming album on the way called "Beautiful Surprise" and after fifteen years together she finally gets to perform with her husband Grant Hill in the latest music video for the album.
Tamia has had a wonderful career and she chats about the album, what its like acting alongside her husband and how she's able to juggle everything as a CEO of her own company, a wife and a mother.
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Domestic Violence is an issue many women and men have faced in their lives... Please join host Eboni Nicole and special guest Tamia Dow who is a Retired Domestic Violence Detective with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department as we discuss this issue. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month...Show your support!
Brian Stetten and Ruthann Amarteifio-----are they looking in vain, for democracy?
Danny Weil...the progressive and education activist who lives in Ecuador, returns as our guest!
He will talk about his articles regarding criminal elites that are now living in the United States and influencing our politics.
Also, he will be discussing Tamia News, a new organization set up with help from the CIA to destabilize the progressive governance in Ecuador: