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The country we have today is a direct result of how Americans feel about voting today and how Americans felt about voting in the past centuries and the last few decades. Voting changes lives. Voting in the 1960s changed my life. Failure to vote in 2012 can take you back to the ways of the 1960's. Unless you was rich and white in the 1960's you don't want to go back to the 1960s. Voting changed the makeup of neighborhoods. Did you know that in the 60s those were days when the decision to vote could end in job loss.
Oh Yeah , right. Today 2012 a billionaire has threatened to close businesses if Romney is not elected president. Is this 1960? or is this 2012 1960s revisited?
On the First broadcast, we identified one specific set of decades that had the greatest impact on Black People. Tonight's broadcast, we will talk about the 1960's: We'll look at law, economics and social reforms as well as significant events that shapened the Black Conscious.
Herbie Pilato debuts his latest book on the glamourous television stars of the 1960's featuring Donna Douglas, Dianne Carroll and many others.
Hear his inside stories about Elizabeth Montgomery from his book Twitch Upon a Star, published by Taylor Publishing.
THE BEST OF ACC With Bill Banfield JUNE, JULY
These weeks forward on ACC, we are featuring , " ACC The Best Of" FOR JUNE, JULY. So there will be fabulous music and culture commentary on the artistry. We hope you continue to enjoy these pieces!!
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Welcome to "Friday Traffic Jams" with your girl Lennis. I'm always setting it off with outstanding music. Music to make you smile, laugh, memories, shake that booth, toe tapping, hand clapping songs. Since November always takes us to Thanksgiving Holiday and the mood surrounding the holiday. I thought for this month I would bring back old school music from the 1960's. It was a good time, and maybe the best times. Call your family, friends, assoicates and let them know I'm bringing it back all month. So tune and set your dial to my show "FRIDAY TRAFFIC JAMS", and let's get this party started OK!
Thank you for having fun with me.
Join Nu Blak Order BPC radio tonight for a special show with The Pan African Revolutionary Socialist Party of Milwaukee Wisconsin. To speak on Gender Oppression of the Blak Woman
This will be a live call in show at 8 pm CT and the call in number is 718-506-1960
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Michael Hutchence was the lead singer of the band INXS, a popular rock group in the 1980s and 1990s.
Michael Hutchence was born on January 22, 1960, in Sydney, Australia. In high school he formed the band The Farriss Brothers which became INXS. They released a self-titled debut album in 1980 which was a hit in Australia. They reached the American audience through heavy video rotation on MTV and their album Kick became a huge international hit. Hutchence was found dead by hanging in 1997.
Michael Kelland John Hutchence was born on January 22, 1960, in Sydney, Australia. A vibrant and sensual performer, Michael Hutchence was the lead singer of INXS, a popular rock group in the 1980s and '90s. The son of a makeup artist and a businessman, he spent part of his childhood in Hong Kong. Hutchence grew up listening to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, among others. In high school, he met keyboardist and guitarist Andrew Farriss, and the two became friends and bandmates. They formed a band with bassist Gary Beers. Later on, Farriss brothers, Tim, a guitarist, and Jon, a drummer, joined the group along with Kirk Pengilly, who played guitar and saxophone, forming what was then called the Farriss Brothers.
Formation of INXS
After high school, Hutchence went to Perth with the band and played in some clubs there without a lot of success. They returned to Sydney and renamed themselves INXS. Landing a recording contract, the group released its first self-titled album in 1980. The group's first hit in Australia was "Just Keep Walking," and with their powerful live shows, they began to attract quite a following. With elements of funk and new wave, the band had a distinctive sound. Hutchence's strong vocals also won people over. He had great charisma and sex appeal, with some comparing him to Mick Jagger or Jim Morrison.
JOIN NU BLAK ORDER BPC RADIO TONIGHT FOR KUNDALINI RISING JOIN US FOR A DISCUSSION ON INSECURITIES AND POSSESSIVE BEHAVIOR IN RELATIONSHIPS. LET US DISCUSS HOW DAMAGING THESE BEHAVIORS ARE AND HOW THEY CAN KILL ANY RELATIONSHIP! KUNDALINI RISING IS A LIVE CALL IN SHOW @ 9:30 PM CT AT 718-506-1960
Jon Arnett is back to answer more questions sent in by fans who appreciate the contribution of this 10 year NFL players from the 1950's and 1960's. Football today and the NFL versus the NFL in the early years. A frank and facinating talk with one of the greatest NFL players of the 50's and 60's.
He was a 5 time Pro Bowler and one time All-Pro with the Los Angeles Rams the from 1957–1963 and played withthe Chicago Bears from 1964 to 1966. He was known by the popular nickname of Jaguar Jon Arnett. Recently Jon was honored by induction into the Gridiron Greats Hall of Fame.
Jon Arnett was the multiple recipient of the WJ Voit Memorial Trophy the as the outstanding football player on the Pacific Coast. Arnett was a Heisman candidate in his Senior year and won the Voit Trophy in both 1954 and 1955. Jon was a charter inductee into the USC Athletic Hall of Fame in 1994 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 2001 as a member of the USC Trojans.
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Join Host Ski Davis and U Naga Monsoon Tanite @ 9:30 pm CST 10:30 pm Eastern time for another edition Of The State Of The Blak Race: What is Unity? And why should we be working to achieve unity amongst each other? This will be a live call in show @ 718-506-1960
Join U Naga Aria Auset and Titia Cushite for this powerful show on Revolution and other relevant topics. Tonight we will be discussing the Emasculation of the Blak Male and much more. You do not want to miss this live call in show @ 9:30 pm CST @718-506-1960
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NOSTALGIA: Remembering when? Where were you and what were you dong when these songs were popular? Are these the sound track of your life? If you are younger, how do you see these songs as sooposed to the ones today?
1950 – 1960 – Soundtracks of the times that shaped the Jamaican music industry. We will look on the influenced of Fats Domino on the Jamaican music industry and the music that too cue from his hit - Be My Guest.Mix of American R&B, Mento, Ska