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Billboard chart-topping vocalist and songwriter Helen Rogers of Jazzmasters fame returns with her solo debut, the potent Smooth Jazz Meets Reggae (Skinny Bwoy Records). The 10-song set (plus two CD-only bonus tracks), features original songwriting and production, as well as compelling reggae covers of “Don't Know Why” (Norah Jones), “Be Thankful For What You Got” (William DeVaughn) and the reggae classic “I'm Still In Love” (Alton Ellis).
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Join us for our Campfire Musician's show with Host Lady Selah SuJuris and Jazz Musician and Vocalist Billy Brandt!
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Featuring songs from CD: The Ballad of Larry's Neighbor
Baby Is Blue
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House of Grace (Amazing Grace Rendition)
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes vocalist Rhonda Thomas to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her love of music and what it's been like to see the response. The two will also share her single REACH.
Ellacey Selah was born to Willie and Patty Hunter October 15, 1970. She attended Parks Refuge C.O.G.I.C. with her mother and father. When she was old enough, she joined the “Sunshine Band” which led to her development and love of the arts. Her father was also a great singer and constantly sang around the house, dropping seeds into the aspiring vocalist and thespian. After her parents split up, her mother married Johnny Blane and he moved them to Dallas, TX where she began to spread her wings and grow in the music field. Inspired by her mother, Ellacey took an interest in playing the piano. Her mother showed her the basics and she took it from there, learning everything by ear. She also showed an interest in playing the drums by watching her sister, Sheila Hunter; play in the middle school band. Music was always around her and in her mind. She developed great creativity skills by playing, singing and acting at local churches in the DFW Metroplex. Even though most of the things she learned came from her gospel roots, Ellacey took the time to take courses that helped to further her creativity. Since only being known locally to sing gospel, Ellacey chose to move out of the box to see what more her talent could offer. Her skills currently include vocal coaching, singing Jazz, gospel, musical theatre, R&B blues and rap.
GREETINGS DWT FAMILY TONIGHT SEPTEMBER 10TH @ 5PM CST WE ARE PRESENTING VICTORIA HORNE. EYE PROMISE YOU MY FIRST QUESTION WILL BE WHETHER OR NOT SHE IS RELATED TO THE LATE LEONA HORNE.
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Judi Silvano is a singer, composer and artist. To date Judi has released 10 recordings in the jazz and healing meditation genres. Judi has been named Top 10 Vocalist four times in Downbeat Magazine, Best Jazz Singer in the Hudson Valley and has contributed articles to All About Jazz & Jazz Improv Magazine. Judi also paints in watercolor, pastel and oil, drawing inspiration from the beauty of the Hudson Valley were she resides. For more about Judi visit: www.judisilvano.com
DON'T JUDGE ME, BUT LOVE Me. now it’s time to share me with the world.” Quick Facts
Quintetta Samone Ausha Thompson aka “Queen” (born March 2, 1990) is a diversified American Songwriter, Vocalist, and Dancer. Thompson was born in Vidalia, Georgia. Vidalia is a city located primarily in Toombs County, about 172 miles southeast to Atlanta Georgia. Born to Anthony Thompson (Father), and Janet Daniel (Mother) Queen is the second oldest of six siblings; Brother: Johnathan Bell (25), Sister: Yasha Thompson (22), Brother: Anthony Thompson (14), Brother: Alexander Thompson (6), Brother: Gabriel Thompson. (10), and adopted Sister Kadessha Thompson (3).
Early Life and Heritage?Queen grow up in a single parent home from five years of age with her mother who previously worked in nursing; but is now a social worker, and an involved father who worked as a sensei and security officer. While growing up Queen’s grandmother Rosa Hogans would aid in her rearing to sing in Church, and be involved in the Summersett family tradition. The Summersett family is from Queen’s mother maiden family. Queen would be influenced by watching the Summersett family members perform and showcase their talents.
Royalty would be the true beginning of Queen’s music career. She would connect with her best friend Keaundra to write the hit song “Confessions of a Broken Heart”. A reunion with James Faison also occurred, and after rehearsing several songs they would record songs with Luther Wardlaw from the gospel group the Wardlaw Brothers. After taking notice of the talented group James sister Fern Johnson decided to manage the group under the name Royalty. The group immediately moved to Atlanta, GA to perform at the open mic Apache and Shed a
JOIN ME AND GUEST HOST JACKIE HICKMAN, DOC BRADFORD HOWARD JR. AS WE WELCOME AWARD NOMINEE, VOCALIST, SONGWRITER PAULETTE TRIPLETT AS SHE SHARES HER TESTIMONY AND NEW MUSIC..
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