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Tonight vibe out with your PD RADIO Hosts Ms. PD & Black as we take you on a musical journey of the chemisty of two poweful entertainers who are fire on their own and explosive when together..we bring you the musical magic of Rick James and Teena Marie!
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Join Kitty Elavase for another hot music show as plays music from the late Rick James baby! Show air October 25 at 12 Pm PST, 2Pm Central and 3PM Est. Listen via phone 347-426-3673 or listen online www.blogtalkradio.com/Elavase. Check our channel www.Youtube.com/KittyKattKloset and swing by www.kittykattkloset.com
Grammy and American Music Award Winning… Platinum and Gold Record Producing… Considered by many of their peers, as being one of the greatest live performing Funk/Rock Bands to ever hit a stage!
Formed in 1978, by The King of Punk Funk, Rick James, The Original Sto...ne City Band served as Rick's exclusive recording and touring band from the beginning and through the height of his career. They were responsible for cranking out the memorable sounds to timeless hits such as “You and I”, “Super Freak”, “Mary Jane”, “Bustin’ Out”, “Ghetto Life”, “Fire and Desire”, The Temptations’ “Standing on the Top”, The Mary Jane Girls’ “All Night Long”, “Boys”, “In My House” and many, many more.
This legendary band not only have released their own albums under Motown's Gordy Label, but for more than two decades, have provided the sounds that have been heard on recordings and tours with Rick James, MC Hammer, Teena Marie, The Temptations, Eddie Murphy, The Mary Jane Girls, Smokey Robinson, New Edition and Bobby Brown just to name a few.
Their musical performances can be seen on The Grammy’s, The American Music and Soul Train Awards, as well as appearances on the Arsenio Hall, Tonight with Jay Leno and Lopez Tonight Shows, Saturday Night Live, Dick Clark's Rockin New Years Eve, and many more. Countless samplings are used by many of today’s Hip Hop artists. On any given day, you can watch a TV commercial or listen to your Radio and you will hear that distinctive signature sound of Rick James’ Original Stone City Band. …Pulsating bass lines and irresistible rhythms!!
Host Robin Milling remembers the late Super Freak star Rick James on his birthday with her interview on the cusp of his 2002 tour and 20 anniversary of his number one album on the R&B charts, Street Songs.
Growing up in the ghetto as James Johnson, Rick describes it as his 'essence,' saying his experiences there whether positive or negative became the inspiration for Street Songs. He attributes his success to singing about ghetto life. Despite temptation to go down a rougher path, he attributes his mother's strength and influence raising eight 'crazy' children, which he says deterred him from becoming a pimp or a drug dealer.
James died in 2004 ultimately from a heart attack, having suffered a stroke in 1998. He tells Robin laying in his hospital bed not being able to see or move was a wake-up call to cherish every waking moment. He was determined to make a comeback and prove he could perform again, wanting to give his fans a taste of the simpler life once again. He talks about his heady success in the 80s as a time he would not want to replicate, preferring to slow down and spend more time with his son.
James discusses his memoirs The Confessions of Rick James: Memoirs of a Super Freak which was finally published in 2007 and his hopes to make it into a movie with Terrence Howard possibly portraying him. Eerily Rick said he was excited to see how the final chapter of his life would play out.
That's right, ya'll -- JK is at it AGAIN!!! Remember "Fire & Desire"? "Give It to Me, Baby"? I know EVERYBODY and they mama know about "Super Freak" (STOP! HAMMER TIME!!!) Well, the band responsible for those hits and more... I'm inviting them over to "30JK" to jam with me!
We'll talk about Slick Rick (Rick James; not "La-Di-Da-Di") Lady T, the songs they're famous for and basically everything else that ain't tied down! YOU KNOOOOOW I'm all about that FUNK, yo! 347-857-2310; that number once more is -- 347-857-2310 if ya wanna listen live, or go to www.blogtalkradio.com/JKFX4LIFE and check the archives!
STONE CITY, SING!!! (sorry... couldn't help it!) ;)
October 21st Wrestle Talk with Rick & Joe on Renegade Radio.
Rick & Joe will discuss Raw events and give their BOLD Predictions for Hell in the Cell on October 26th, 2014. This is the official debut show of Wrestle Talk and Renegade Radio. Also special guests Justin Tyme and Crazy Shea from Covey Pro wrestling.
Make sure to follow this radio station and tune in for the shows. You never know what we will be doing.
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say every day, Monday through Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
James S. Robbins joins us every Tuesday to discuss the latest political, policy, and security issues. Don't forget to order a copy of his new book The Real Custer.
James and Tim meet up once again to discuss the latest hoaxes and the old ones too.
Today's topic is EBOLA, and Tim brings to the table that it's a hoax and why, and James warns us to be vigilant and not fall for the second part of this FALSE FLAG.
James Easton created 9/11 The BIGGEST LIE which has over 750,000 Views on YouTube..
Tim Sinsheimer is from Staten Island and produces videos and makes music which he performs live. His shows are broadcast on Public Access Television.
What I believe that we need is our own, much larger and extended version of The Voice; unfortunately, I think that it would take a rap luminary like Chuck D darn near a decade to explain to YG why standing on a stage and repeatedly stating ‘nigga’ is not a good thing for the African-American community, I could see Rakim physically striking Rich Homie Quan as he grows increasingly frustrated with his inability/refusal to enunciate his words, heck, it may take a century for KRS-ONE and Grandmaster Melle Mel to explain to Young Thug the underlying issues surrounding gender dynamics, racial discord, and imagery; not to mention the process to break Nicki Minaj’s steadfast commitment to present Black women as the modern-day Venus Hottentot for anyone with a dollar in their hand would take every bit of energy that Missy Elliott, Da Brat, MC Lyte, the Real Roxanne, Salt ‘n Pepa, and Queen Latifah have collectively.
Dr. James Thomas Jones III
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