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  • Topically Yours - Gospel singer, conductor and musician, James Hall

    in Entertainment

    Deardra Shuler talks with James Hall, the singer, director, and composer who has worked with artists like Gladys Knight, Mary J. Blidge, Faith Evans, Michael Bolton, Harry Connick Jr., Kim Burrell, Donnie McClurkin, et al.

    Hall is best known for killer vibratos and twister harmonies found in the best of today’s gospel music. Its no wonder choirs all across the nation duplicate his music. 

    A native of Brooklyn, NY, James is the youngest of 7 children.  His mother, Lula Mae Hall was the first to nurture his keen musical talent as a singer and musician. She enrolled him in classical training at five and encouraged his singing voice which projected a striing soprano range. James attended James Madison High School. He was appointed director of the James Madison Gospel Chorus (JMGC) where he honed his natural abilities to conduct and perform. 

    In 1987 he founded Worship & Praise, (WAP) his own gospel singing ensemble. In 1992, the opportunity to perform a five minute spot on TV’s Bobby Jones Gospel came.  It was just the break they had been looking for, as earlier that year WAP recorded their first project on the Tehilah Records label. Later landing a major record deal with Intersound.  Their debut album on Intersound “God is in Control” soared to the top ten on the billboard charts.  "King of Glory," followed as did several LIVE albums.  His newest CD is KING WAP New Era.



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    Pop Culture Crazies - The party mom of the year!

    in Pop Culture

    Hr1  Georgia mom won't be getting "Mom of the Year" award... arrested for hosting naked Twister party & having sex with teenage daughter's friends.

    How bad a racist do you have to be, to be worse than Hitler?! FDR snubbed black gold medalist.

    Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else. Today... Planned Parenthood videos, Ashley Madison hacking, American flags at school causing problems, and craziest state laws.

    Hr2  Professor says ISIS practices sex slavery because U.S. did bad things in Iraq, not because of Qu'ran interpretations. Liberal logic.

    Actress Ellen Page tries to use LibLogic talking points to debate Ted Cruz. Scripts don't work against someone with a REAL brain

    Hr3  Professor says ISIS practices sex slavery because U.S. did bad things in Iraq, not because of Qu'ran interpretations. Liberal logic.

    Actress Ellen Page tries to use LibLogic talking points to debate Ted Cruz. Scripts don't work against someone with a REAL brain!

    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

    There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.

    Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.

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    #37 | Level Leaders Respectfully

    in Entrepreneur

    The topic for this show is a tongue twister but after listening you'll fully understand how powerful learning how to recognize, support and in a few cases create a leader builds an unstoppable foundation for your business. 

    Bob and Dave will once again share different perspectives while achieving the same goal to help you build a true residual Network Marketing business. And all while having fun!

    See all of you and your "Soon to be" Level Leaders listening to this show. It'll will be one of our very best!

    Bob and Dave - TwoBlackSheepRadio.com

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    You Don't Know What You Know, Until You Know It!

    in Christianity

    Welcome to another show, here at Your Place! The title of the show tonight is, "You don't know what you know, Until you know it! This may sound like a tongue twister but there is a very simple truth to this statement. The song to start this show is an example of this.  What about sunrise, What about rain, What about all the thingsThat you said we were to gain...What about killing fields, Is there a time, What about all the things, That you said was yours and mine...Did you ever stop to notice, All the blood we've shed before, Did you ever stop this notice, This crying Earth this we make sure?
    What have we done to the world, Look what we've done, What about all the peace, That you pledge your only son. What about flowering fields, Is there a time, What about all the dreams, That you said was yours and mine. Did you ever stop to notice
    All the children dead from war, Did you ever stop to notice, This crying Earth this we make sure?  What about the seas, The heavens are falling down, I can't even breathe,  What about nature's worth, What about animals, We've turned kingdoms to dust, What about elephants, What about crying whales, We're ravaging the seas, What about forest trails, Burnt despite our pleas, What about the holy land, Torn apart by creed, What about the common man, Can't we set him free, What about children dying, Can't you hear them cry, Where did we go wrong, Someone tell me why,  What about babies, What about the days, What about all their joy, What about the crying man, All of these are followed by what about us!  As man made cars faster, machines more powerful, and created many comforts for living, We did not want to hear about nature.  Politics has made so much of a game of feeding special intrest to hide truth in this area. Remember our end time events show?  Remember our Memorial day show?  In life we all have regrets. Listen to this little song bite

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    Everyone Loves a Bad Guy: Natural Disasters

    in Entertainment

    To celebrate the latest big budget disaster movie this summer, San Andreas, Robert Winfree looks back on some of the nastiest disasters Mother Nature has thrown onto the screen.  Tornadoes, tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, rogue waves, hurricanes, even a few meteors, they all show up.  Plus a look at some of the villains from those movies, if they measure up or are even necessary.

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    Commercial FREE Thriving Thursday Saturday TWISTER!

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    Fever Keeps It Real Presents Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con Recap

    in Entertainment

    Join the Fever Keeps It Real Crew as Paul Wein, Julie Wein, Gary Abramowitz, Justin, Abramowitz and David Cohen as we recap our coverage of the 2015 Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con. We will be playing interviews with Kevin Conroy, who is the voice of Batman, Dee Snyder from Twister Sister, Adrian Paul from Highlander, and Keisha Knit-Pullium fromThe Cosby Show. Also, we will be giving more deatils on the May 30th Team Paul Benefit Show presented by RWA in the Bronx, as well as recaping the week in professional wrestling. The show is from 6-9pm EST and the call-in number is 818-369-1406. Call in and join the fun!

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    Weirdest Halloween Costume, Paying to see Naked Twister!!!

    in Radio

    Hi Hoooooooooooooooo it is Saturday and it is time for another funky fresh addition of the jril show!!!!!  The QOD:  We are asking you about the weirdest or sexist Halloween Costume you have ever worn!!!! THE M & P (Meat and Potatoes) of the show...would you pay to see some very sexy people play naked Twister? Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh silly topics, silly people...what more do you need?  It is all about comedy today, if you need serious STUFF, get cho ass up tomorrow morning at 9:00am cst...meanwhile, we're coming, we're coming, we're coming...WE HERE...TO!!!!!

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    Saturday Edition Simulcast: Halloween | Naked Twister

    in Radio

    It's Saturday Edition Simulcast, and you know what that means!  It means none of us are going to get a word in edge-wise if Princess Jabberjaw is back from London, Ohio - we mean England.
    Question of the Day:  What is the weirdest or strangest Halloween costume you've ever put on?  Did you ever dress up and then regret it? You won't believe what Ernest's most outrageous costume was - you'll have to tune in to find out.
    Also the main topic - Would you pay money to see some sexy people play naked Twister? (Who the hell comes up with these questions?!) Listen folks, we are all about the laughs & the comedy on Saturday Edition Simulcast, & what's funnier than naked Twister? (Don't answer that!)
    All this plus NPR News, brand new music by Julian Lennon (yes, that Julian Lennon), Ern's 3-minute commentary "Don't Mistake My Passion For Negativity", Jay's Bump You song, & your phone calls at 1.347.989.1942.  Join the fun!

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    Milling About The Urban Wine Trail

    in Entertainment

    Milling About visits the Urban Wine Trail in Santa Barbara's Funk Zone. Our first stop is Cottonwood Canyon (www.cottonwoodcanyon.com) hosted by Randy. Known for their Pinot Noir, it's the first winery in Santa Barbara county to be put in caves; 6,000 square feet to keep the temperature and humidity constant for fine wines. They also have a European style 2001 Pinot with hints of earthy peat moss, mushroom truffle, caramel smoke and then the berries (in that order). Randy says their 'slap upside the head' perfect prime rib Syrah has red licorice and plum flavors. And their dessert Syrah comes with instructions to go perfectly with chocolate.

    Our next stop is the Santa Barbara Winery (www.sbwinery.com) hosted by Shai. It's the oldest winery in the Funk Zone. Their white wine is produced on the premises and their reds are done at Lafond vineyards in the Santa Rita hills. Their Pinot Gris has aromatics of granny smith apple and green pear; Shai recommends it as a cocktail wine. Their Reislings have different levels of sweetness to the amount of alcohol; the less sugar goes well with spicy thai and the sweeter wine is described as a cheesecake dessert.

    Our last stop is Riverbench Winery (www.riverbench.com) known for their sparkling wines; hosted by Cassie. Their Blanc de Blanc has notes of apple, kiwi and a toastiness that is attributed to an unfortunate fire but lends itself to a delicious smokey flavor. Check out their Valentine's Day mixer with a never before tasted Pinot and game night where you can taste wine and challenge yourself to Twister!

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