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Wardell Potts is a drummer, songwriter and producer whose list of credits include three 1 songs, several top 10 hits, and has provided beats for some of R & B’s most memorable bands. His professional career got underway when he passed an audition headed by Leon Silvers who was looking for a drummer for the group he was forming “Dynasty.” He went on to record drums for Shalamar, The Whispers, Solar recording artist Carrie Lucas, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Janet Jackson and Glenn Jones. Most r
JR The Bossman (@JRTheBossman) will be joined by Josh Midgett from Talk Back Live (@TalkBackLive) 730 Yahoo Sports Memphis and Mark Edwards (@markedwards1906) from KTVH-TV Little Rock to run a 3-man weave on all the happenings in the world of sports and entertainment.
JR The Bossman (@JRTheBossman) presents Bossman Show (@BossmanShow) Reality Expert, TrueSpeech (@myTrueSpeech), and they will be joined by special guest Monet Merchand (@MonetMerchand) to discuss "Folks Faking The Funk", "How Women View Age and How It Can Backfire", "Holding On To The Past", "Dating in the Entertainment Industry", and Monet clears the air about Stephon Marbury and a whole lot more.
JR The Bossman (@JRTheBossman) presents Bossman Show (@BossmanShow) Reality Expert, TrueSpeech (@myTrueSpeech), and they will discuss "Social Media Thugs" who get loaded up with "internet courage" and project things on the web that they'd never do in person, Jason Collins coming out, LA Lakers Saga, and why in the world the New York Jets still have 5 QBs after cutting Tim Tebow.
Tune in Sunday May 19th at 5:30 p.m. as MHH Radio hosts Ray Lawrence Jr.
Singer, songwriter, independent recording artist and touring musician. These are just a few things that describe Ray Lawrence Jr. Music has been a major part of Ray's life and music is the one thing thing that has helped him to survive. Ray has many experiences that give him the ideas for the songs he writes and he thinks about those things he went through as he performs his songs. Even the cover songs he does of other artists are songs that have meaning for him. A song must mean something to sing it right so feeling can be put into it and this is what you will hear and feel when Ray Lawrence Jr. performs a song. The idea is to help you heal through the music and for you to have a song to help you feel better.
Ray Lawrence Jr was born the oldest of 8 children in Chicago, IL. July 4, 1963 and was raised in Southern California, 3 hours south of Bakersfield. Ray began his music career at age 5, singing in school plays and later learned to play guitar and learnied other instruments. Having a father from Texas who was a lover of country music and bluegrass and being raised in what was back in the 60's, a hot bed for country music, Ray was in a good position to be influenced by artists like Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Roy Acuff, Buck Owens, Lester flat and Earl Scruggs, The Dillards, AKA The Darlings when they were on The Andy Griffith Show, Hee Haw, The Beverley Hillbillies, The Johnny Cash Show and The Glen Campbell show. Merle Haggard was also a huge musical influence. Read More at http://raylawrencejr.fourfour.com/home
Ralph Cole, Jr. is an award winning actor with phenomenal comic timing. The hilarity all started at Burbank Hospital in California where his intern father proudly assisted in the delivery. From that event on, equally encouraged by his school teacher mom, Ralph was destined to become an energetic crowd pleaser on stage, film and television. Remaining an only child lent its way for Ralph's various characters and musical enthusiasm to emerge and flourish. Ralph has guest starred on The Whole Truth, Harry's Law, Two and a Half Men, Desperate Housewives, Dexter, Cold Case and Twenty Good Years. And Ralph has graced the big screen in The Soloist, No Saints for Sinners, Kiss the Bride, Trick, This Train and Boomerang. He joins us on Wednesday, May 15, at 7pm EST to talk about his wildly successful career. This is one interview that is sure to be a fun & entertaining & a can't miss!
May 15 - Keyboardist, Compser, Producer - Cal Harris, Jr
Cal is returning to Jazzin Em Up With Cres O'Neal to introduce his brand spanking new CD, Shelter Island. You get to hear it first, right here. And, ladies and gentlemen, be prepared to be pleased!, very prepared Cal has definitely struck gold!!
The Power of Your Spirit
We all like to think we are the masters of our thoughts and our fate, but for many of us, how we think, and what we believe about ourselves and the world around us are the result of an unwitting agreement that we have made to accept a consensus reality that keeps us in bondage, restricts our freedom, and prevents us from knowing and expressing our authentic selves.
According to Don Miguel Ruiz, Jr., we have all unwittingly made agreements about how we choose to live our lives and what we believe our personal truths are. But what we may not realize is that each one of these agreements represents an attachment, a limiting filter on who we think we are, and what the future could hold. We call these attachments “knowledge” without ever questioning if that knowledge is necessarily true for us.
Don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. is a Toltec master of transformation. He is a direct descendant of the Toltecs of the Eagle Night lineage, and is the son of don Miguel Ruiz, author of New York Times bestseller The Four Agreements. In his newly released book The Five Levels of Attachment: Toltec Wisdom for a Modern World, Don Miguel Ruiz, Jr., draws on the Toltec wisdom he learned from his father and grandmother to explore how our attachments create our reality, and how our beliefs become intimately connected to our identity, or who we think we are. By explaining how our attachments can be divided into five levels, he helps us understand how we have developed our belief structures and how to go about re-evaluating—or even severing—these harmful attachments.
Along with his family, don Miguel Ruiz Jr. teaches workshops and offers transformational journeys around the world.
Hosted by Jeff Mayweather, Alexz Yzerman and Ashley Ferrara, The Jeff Mayweather Show airs each Tuesday and welcomes some of the biggest names in boxing.
This week 1976 gold medalist Howard Davis Jr. stops by to discuss his great career as a fighter, as well as his career as an MMA promoter
Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. On Malcolm Shabazz & JR Valrey
Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. of POCC (Prisoners of Conscience Committee) talks about the life and death of his friend Malcolm Shabazz, the effects of COINTELPRO historically and right now on the people's liberation movement, as well as shares his thoughts on former POCC Minister of information JR Valrey...
He also for the first time responds to JR's slander allegations which is a response to the Chairman's almost exhaustive critique and analysis of his former comrade's possible role as a government agent provocateur...Read it here: http://chairmanfredjr.blogspot.com/p/defection-of-jrcleveland-valrey-jr.html
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Thursday night Char will be talking with Bill Oberst, Jr. known to horror fans as "The Creepy Guy". He has starred in Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies (2012), Scary or Die (2012), Excision (2012) and many more. In 2011, Bill won a Daytime Emmy for "Take this Lollipop" an interactive application for Facebook users, he played a predatory online stalker.
Tune in to hear the good news surrounding Bill and his being cast as Papa Corn in Texas director Billy Pon's first feature, CIRCUS OF THE DEAD and more from this amazing actor.
If you like Southern food and horror then you are in for a good chat. Each time Char and Bill talk one or the other brings up southern cooking.
Special time Thursday, May 16th at 7pm Pacific/9pm Central/10 pm Eastern. Chat room will be open.
Bill Oberst, Jr. has an impressive IMDb page:http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2454994/