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Needle on the Record is an eclectic, candid peek into New Music, Touring and Entertainment News. We also include Artist Interviews and Music Industry News; always delivered with a dash of humor.
This week we have a special guest interview. The Angela's talks music including Black Music Month with singler/songwriter and national recording artist, Elijah Bland. Elijah brings a refreshing dimension to the modern world of soul music. Coupled with powerful lyrics and soulful grooves, his silky smooth delivery is a gift that has touched many around the world. His sound fuses elements of jazz, funk and R&B to create a unique brand of soul music. Mr. Bland has captured the hearts of music lovers around the world with his passionate interpretation of honest music. His voice and style reflect a range of musical influences, from legends such as Marvin Gaye and Prince to contemporary greats such as Maxwell and D’Angelo.
His first new release in almost five years, Elijah's latest is the sexy hit single "For The Record" which has provided his fans an encouraging preview of his highly-anticipated third full-length album.
Anyone who knows this man can attest to his undying passion and love for creative expression. He is also an accomplished graphic designer and talented actor. With a healthy blend of passion, purpose, faith, and love, Elijah Bland is committed to sharing his gifts with the world, one soul at a time.
Needle on the Record: We do it for the art.
Tune in for the next episode of Record Talk Radio on Monday, May 11 at 10 a.m. when our guest will be Bergen County Clerk John Hogan.
In an interview recorded on Friday, Hogan talked about a new system his office unveiled on Thursday that enables people to file land transactin records electronically from their computer.
Click here for my story on the system.
Join us for the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio at 10 a.m. Friday, May 1 when our guest will be Superior Court Judge Peter Doyne, who is retiring from the bench this week.
In an interview taped earlier in the week, Doyne talked about his efforts to convince elected officials to renovate the 103-year-old Bergen County Courthouse in Hackensack.
He also discussed his successful efforts to convince lawmakers to file nine judicial vacancies.
Doyne also talked about his plans to return to private practice.
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