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Every Thursday is Theology Thursday. Are Black Folks in America the fulfillment of Duet 28? How do you trace your roots from Ancient Israel and Ancient Judah to the United States? All shows are archived so if you miss it you can download it later. Join us from 6pm to 8pm eastern time on "Its Realtalk Live" on Blogtalk Radio. Calll in at 347-826-9457 to listen and press #1 if you want to speak to the Host. You can Join us atblogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or Call (347) 826-9457 So come join us today at 6pm Eastern
Peabo Bryson is among the world’s most dynamic and gifted vocal talents. Over the course of a career spanning from the mid-`60s but truly igniting in the `70s, the 2x Grammy® winner has amassed a fan base, critical acclaim, gold albums and an avalanche of awards by being one of the truly best friends a good song ever had...many of which he composed himself. From ballads that gracefully continued the legacy of sweet soul music such as “Feel the Fire” and “I’m So Into You” to chart-topping pop hits such as “If Ever You’re in My Arms Again” and “Can You Stop The Rain,” and a plethora of duet collaborations with artists ranging from singers Celine Dion (“Beauty & The Beast”), Regina Belle (“A Whole New World”) both songs of which also won Oscars®; to Melissa Manchester (“Lovers After All”), instrumentalists Kenny G (“By The Time This Night is Over”) and Jim Brickman (“My Heart Belongs To You”), Peabo Bryson has proven himself as the consummate vocal professional. On one of his most recent releases, "Missing You" you can feel the power and passion of a true artist a balladeer and sexy, sexy, sexy. We are so proud and honored to have Mr. Peabo Bryson join us on this segment of Brunch In The Basement With JaVonne
Join us this week as we welcome country music singer songwriter, Amber Hayes. Hailing from Weleetka, Oklahoma, Amber first broke onto the Country music scene after her starring role as Kathy Twitty in the 2008 Conway Twitty musical, It’s Only Make Believe. Amber released her debut EP C’mon in 2010, landing two Top 40 singles (“C’mon,” “Wait”) on the national MusicRow Country Breakout chart. In 2012, the multi-talented performer starred in the major motion picture, “Cowgirls N’ Angels.” Three of Amber’s songs made it into the film, including her duet with Lonestar’s Richie McDonald, “Always There For Me.” Recently she appeared in the sequel "Dakota's Summer" along with her performance of "Cotton Eyed Joe" in the film. Amber’s music was also featured in four episodes of the hit CW television series, “Hart of Dixie.” In 2012 Amber released her terrific album "Any Day Is A Good Day" in which the title track scored Amber her first Top 30 record. In exciting news for the fall of 2014, Amber will be releasing a brand new album that is set for release on November 4th, 2014. We will talk to Amber about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her music, feature songs from her new album, and ask her to share her message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Amber Hayes at http://www.amberhayesmusic.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with with Amber during the show (718) 766-4193. If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Be sure to join us, Sunday 11/2/2014 at 4 PM EST! Our message to the troops....WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.
wednesday night 10/29/14 at 8 pm est . Some Good Craic welcomes to the show Kathleen Vesey Fee lead singer of Celtic Cross . I'll be chatting with Kathleen about the new CD Saoirse's Heart and playing some tunes from it.
Those who have been around Celtic music in the Northeast and in the NYC area are no strangers to this hardworking band that has been on top of the scene and on every stage since the early 90s.Celtic Cross keeps reinventing, updating and polishing one of the best festival, party and concert acts you will find in Celtic music today.
Kathleen Fee is the band’s lead singer-songwriter, front-woman, and driving force. An accomplished Irish Traditional singer, Kathleen’s voice ranges from silky ballads to the driving rock and pop dance songs that are the band’s hallmarks. You may even catch her dancing a step or two during a performance, showing of her champion Irish step-dancing. With writing credit for Shores of America, Who I Am, Those Were The Days, Going Home on Shores, Kathleen has established herself as one of New York’s established songwriters. Kathleen sang a sassy duet “Wedding Reel” with Black 47’s infamous front man Larry Kirwan.
Country artists John Landry & Stacey Lee won the CCMA Vocal Collaboration of the Year in 2001 for their duet My Heart Says Yes. Now, on John's fifth studio album entitled Don't Look Back, the pair have teamed up again to put their voices together on the song We Won't Stop. It's the album's new single being released to country radio now.
John Landry started his climb on the country charts in 1999 with the release of his debut album Forever Took Too Long. The songs There You Were and Bit By Bit became top 10 Canadian Country singles. John was nominated for a 2000 Juno award for best Country Male Artist. He continued his popularity at country radio & CMT with Long Gone and Forgotten, Fantasy Island and When Will Your Memory Let Go.
Stacey Lee was a member of the hit country trio Lace and is now a member of the popular group The Western Swing Authority. In Oct of 2012, the group released their sophomore album called All Dolled Up, and it went on to garner a steady series of excellent reviews, awards and nominations. Recently signed to On Ramp Records, the WSA are preparing to release their third album shortly.
Tune in to hear John & Stacey talk about the magic of their duets & more!
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.
John Kenneth Holt (11 July 1947 – 19 October 2014) was a reggae singer and songwriter who first found fame as a member of The Paragons before establishing himself as a solo artist.Holt was born in Kingston in 1947. By the age of twelve, he was a regular entrant in talent contests run at Jamaican theatres by vere Johns He recorded his first single in 1963 with "I Cried a Tear" for record producer Leslie Kong, and also recorded duets with Alton Ellis. He achieved prominence in his home country as lead singer of The Paragans and they cut a succession of singles for Duke Reid at his Treasure Isle Studio and enjoyed a string ofhits, including "Ali Baba", "Tonight", "I See Your Face", and the Holt penned "The Tide is High" (later made famous by Blondie and also covered by Atomic Kitten). "Wear You to the Ball" was another of his hits with The Paragons, and hit the charts again when U-Roy added a Deejay verse to it. During his time with the Paragons, he also recorded solo material for Studio one (including "Fancy Make-up", "A love I can feel", "Let's Build Our Dreams" and "Ok Fred") and Prince Buster ("Oh Girl", and "My Heart Is Gone")
Life is painful and impossible and breathtaking and beautiful. I have to write what I feel.
That’s where Victoria Banks' third album Indigo comes from. "These songs aren’t written to fit a genre, or to meet an expectation of a sound,” she says. “They’re built from bare-bones midnight recording sessions in my attic. They’re things that I need to say."
Victoria’s list of accolades as an artist is long. Her self-produced, self-penned records When You Can Fly and Never Be the Same made her 2009’s most nominated female artist in Canadian country music, earned her the 2010 CCMA Female Artist of the Year award, and sent her out on tour with superstars Reba McEntire, Wynonna Judd, Lonestar, Randy Travis and Johnny Reid.
Now a staff songwriter at Nashville’s RareSpark Media Group, Victoria’s impressive catalogue of hits includes 3 cuts by Sara Evans including “Can’t Stop Loving You” (a duet with Isaac Slade of The Fray), and the ASCAP and SOCAN-award-winning “Saints & Angels.” She penned Jessica Simpson’s Billboard record-breaking country debut “Come On Over,” X Factor winner Tate Stevens' “Ordinary Angels,” One More Girl’s breakout hit “When It Ain’t Raining,” Doc Walker’s chart-topping “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” and Johnny Reid’s smash “Dance With Me,” for which Victoria was named 2010 CCMA Songwriter of the Year.
Angel Sessions returns to chat about her single, "Get Up" which is in the Independent Top 50 Charts and National R&B/Hip-Hop Top 50 Charts.
Angel recorded with Lenny Williams, William Hart of the Delfonics and LJ Reynolds of the Dramatics.
She also sang a duet with the late Ali Woodson of the Temptations single entitled “Vow” that was placed on the movie sound track, Down N’ Dirty, a Fred Williamson production, and background vocals for Earth, Wind and Fire and the Mighty Dells.
Angel writes all of her own music and won a Honorable Mention 2 years in a row in the Annual Billboard Worldwide Song Contest for her writing.
Angel was also featured in the Rolling Stone and Billboard Magazine
Yesterday's show I explained the V formation of the Geese. The time has come, workingclass spread your wings and soar. This is where I am hoping we can all come to a reasonable solution to see the best America ever in the next decade. We can't get there by attacking as we are witness way too often today. The more varied groups come together, the more ti gift of ignorance attempts to divide. What's going on in America today that causes unrest? Too much sitting, talking, wishing, hoping, hating and not enough deliberate proactive problem solving. No one can do everything. Everyone can do something.
What are your efforts to build a better economy?
Why is it that facts evade your consciousness leading you to spew out erroneous stuff?
When did poverty errupt in America and who do you hold responsible for growing poverty?
Make a list of accomplishments of Bush/Cheney
Make a list of accomplishments of Obama/Biden
Which duet Republicans or Democrats gave Americans a better America. Make this decision based on facts surrounding accomplishments only. Not based on how you voted. Not based on you not voting at all.
Come Nov 4th, we get to vote for the people who will better improved the quality of life for all Americans.
Irene Renee - R&B Artist 2:15pm
At the age of four or five, Ms. Irene Renee was scheduled to perform a duet with her sister for the Easter Sunday children’s show. She rehearsed “Yes Jesus Loves Me” and “This Little Light of Mine” for weeks, knew her lines, and was all set to perform. But stage fright struck, and she chickened out, leaving her sister to render the songs on her own. Despite that experience, Ms. Irene Renee went on to develop a love for performing and singing. She joined the children’s choir and the adult choirs at both Northwest C.O.G.I.C. and Glad Tidings C.O.G.I.C churches in Detroit, MI, where she was a member for most of her young adult life, thereafter graduating to performances in gospel groups, church plays, and school talent shows.
Voncile Belcher - Gospel Artist 3:15
She's voice that rejuvenates traditional Gospel Music. You first heard her sing lead on the hit single "Look Where He Brought Me From" with the Georgia Mass Choir. Today her love for Gospel has awarded her many opportunities to minister through music and has led her to pursue her forthcoming solo project.
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