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September 16 - Singledom Cast and Crew- Dawn Adams (Naomi), Tiffany Barrett (Co-Writer/Assistant Director), and Elisa O'Keefe-Smith (Executive Producer/Visionary)
Ok, so what do you get when you follow four single friends as they embark on the journey of finding meaningful relationships? 12 minutes of some of the most hillarious adventures. The brainchild of Focused Studios’ founder, Kyree Terrell, a former actor turned director, the Singledom vignettes chronicle the comical misadventures of these friends as they search for love in all the wrong places and find themselves in the process..
PLEASE JOIN ME SATURDAY MORNING FROM 9A-11A CENTRAL STANDARD TIME FOR "THE DOCTOR ICE MORNING SHOW" WHERE PERFORMING ON THE MINI CONCERT STAGE AT 10:00AM WILL BE "ALEXANDER O'NEAL". TO CATCH THE SHOW GO TO MY LIVE STATION SITE AT WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/DOCTOR-ICE AND CLICK ON THE SHOW FOR THE DAY, OR GO TO MY LIVE REQUEST LINE NUMBER AT (646) 478-4755 FOR ALL MUSIC REQUESTS, SHOUT OUTS OR JUST TO HOLLER AT YOUR BOY.
Alright, Ladies!!! It's your turn to step into the Man Cave. You don't want to miss this discussion as we are joined by two outspoken gentlemen who are ready to lay out the truth about their vulnerabilities.
What do men really think gets our attention, and most importantly our resepct? How do they prioritize their expectations from women as well?
Tune in, and get ready to chime in, for this confessional out of the mouth of men. We'll be joined by talk show host, and on-air personality, Morris "Mo" Kelly, as well as actor and author of The Great Departure, Deforest Mapp.
They promise to hold nothing back, so neither should you!
Septembet 10 - Jazz Pianist/Composer - Bob Mamet
Chicago Born, Bob Mamet, is an internationally acclaimed Jazz pianist and composer. He has composed music for over a hundred projects in T.V. film, and advertising, in addition to touring as a sideman and bandleader.
Bob's distinctive mixture of Jazz styles and composition caught the ear of the major record labels, and in 1994 he signed with Atlantic Records. Bob recorded three highly successful albums for Atlantic, plus additional recordings for Sony and Warner Brothers.
His collaborations with artists such as Alex Acuna, Larry Carlton, Eric Marienthal, Gerald Albright, David Benoit and many other top artists led Jazziz magazine to proclaim him a "brilliant composer" who gives his players "an intelligent, thoughtful, and vibrant musical landscape in which to work."
He has been described as a "master of melody and structure" by The San Francisco Chronicle; "adventurous… sparkling… intriguing" by Jazz Times Magazine; and the Chicago Sun Times calls him simply "The Natural."
Bob Mamet will soon be releasing his 5th CD, “London House Blues”, on the BluJazz label. Featuring original compositions as well as standards and classics from the Great American Songbook and Post-Bop eras, the album serves as a tribute to the famed artists who frequented the legendary Chicago Jazz club in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.
We are kicking off a new season of The Tatum Talks with a revealing look at various and conflicting spiritual lifestyles.
We will talk to an Atheist, a Witch and a Christian and find out each person's religious journey as well as their thoughts on the other's choices.
This will be a healthy discussion with a focus on respect, instead of condemnation.
Join us so you can chime in with questions that you may have always wanted to ask!
Check out this wonderful discussion with Chris Morgan, wife of Kim Fields from "Facts of Life" and "Living Single" fame. Chris gave us a glimpse into life in the spotlight as a famous spouse.
Tune in next week when we return with brand new episodes!
Alexander O'Neal (born November 15, 1953) is an American R&B singer. He is best known for the songs "If You Were Here Tonight", "Criticize" and "Fake" and the duets with Cherrelle, "Saturday Love" and "Never Knew Love Like This"O'Neal was born in Natchez, Mississippi, but moved to Minneapolis when he was 20. He is an alumnus of Alcorn State University. He joined a group called "The Mystics" and played the local coverband circuit. O'Neal spent a short time in a group "Enterprise" before being recruited into Flyte Tyme, a band that included Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Monte Moir.
Later signed by Prince to the Warner Bros. label with their name changed to The Time, a disagreement with Prince led to O'Neal leaving the band and being replaced as lead singer by Morris Day. Allmusic profiler John Floyd asserts that O'Neal was ousted for "looking 'too black'",.
O'Neal immediately formed an R&B band called Alexander and recorded a 12" single, "Playroom," for a Chicago-based independent label, followed by the release of "Attitude" on the Rich Records Label. Three years later, in 1984, O'Neal signed a deal with Clarence Avant's Tabu Records. He did some backing vocals for other artists on the same label, including The SOS Band and Cherrelle.
O'Neal released his eponymous debut album in 1985. It included three singles that reached the top twenty of the R&B Singles Chart. The same year, he also scored his first R&B top ten single with "Saturday Love", a duet with Cherrelle from her High Priority album. "Saturday Love" song peaked at #2, and it also reached the top ten of the UK Singles Chart, peaking at #6.
August 28 - Saxophonist/Educator/Composer - Kenyon Carter
Highly respected by his contemporaries, Georgian born Kenyon Carter, is frequently invited to collaborate on stage and in the studio with some of the biggest names in the music business. He expresses his creative and soulful style through a beautiful and sultry sound. Although unique and entirely unmistakeable, he has been compared to contemporary smooth jazz favorites like Boney James, Dave Koz, Kirk Whalum and Gerald Albright.
Coming off the heels of his highly acclaimed freshman CD, Right By My Side, Kenyon has moved on to produce yet another heartfelt creation. His newly released, Songs for My Father, exhibits Carter's seemingly effortless ability of blending gospel with Jazz, with an intensely powerful result.
Join me as Kenyon and I discuss the motivation behind his latest project.
Tune in to one of my favorite episodes of 3T.
This interview with Liller Freeman, a former drug addict, prostitute and convict will leave you speechless and inspired!
Her journey from the crack house to the big house and life after is a testament of the human spirit.
When we hear the words cancer this certainly can cause a great scare. The story of Leonard Tatum is not only one of triumph and strength, but of great courage. Tune in today and learn how he successful manages his life and became a hero in the eyes of others. Learn what signs and symptoms to look for and visit Whatnext.com for more information.
For a guy born O’Shea Jackson in the perilous South Central section of Los Angeles, Ice Cube has done pretty well for himself. After co-founding the gangsta-rap group NWA in 1988—which would sell more than 10 million albums—he took up acting, writing and directing. By 2013, he'd become his own cottage industry, with $120 million in assets and no less than five film franchises under his belt, including Fridays, Barbershop, Are We There Yet? Ride Along and 21 Jump Street. Of the latter series’ sophomore offering, 22 Jump Street—starring Johan Hill and Tatum Channing—Ice tells us, “It’s something where you know the first one worked and the challenge is to create a whole new meal with the same ingredients. The mistake some people make with sequels is to rely too much on the first movie. You don’t want that. You want a whole new movie that feels the same.”