• 00:30

    "Where Are They Now?" - Louisiana's Female Singers Of Color - 1960s To Present.

    in Entertainment

    Take A Journey With Us Tonight Throughout The State of Louisiana!


    Listen and reminence as the music flows like butter through your ears. Slippery, melancholy little notes that take you  away to another time and place. Listen... as it plays out from distant portals and doors of any city you visit.


    That's Louisiana!


    [ But, upon closer review anyone can see that the view is askew. ]


    Slanted towards almost certain oblivion of the female artist, and her legacy.


    At least, for those of ethnic backgrounds.


    We will explore a piece of Louisiana's 'omitted musical history' as we share the journey of a few who's footsteps opened then doors for women of color within the state.


    Join us....


    As We Get LIVE AFTER DARK!


    Your Hosts:  Betty Lewis & Diamond Ryan

  • 01:01

    Wake Up America And Face The Dragon..Victoria's Voice

    in Politics

    The political audience made up of mostly average people like me are sick to death of polls and unrealistic percentages of nameless and faceless people. The so called news media is losing creditability we do not trust what they say nor the garbage they are feeding us, if the news media thinks the people are that stupid to believe that a large portion of Americans support a government that is suppressing the people with dictatorial regulations for our own protection brother do I have real news for you. Those in the news media, and the egotistical elitist drinking their narcissistic cool aid are about to see a counter revolution to the 1960s revolution.

  • 01:01

    Wake Up America And Face The Dragon..Victoria' Voice

    in Politics

    The political audience made up of mostly average people like me are sick to death of polls and unrealistic percentages of nameless and faceless people. The so called news media is losing creditability we do not trust what they say nor the garbage they are feeding us, if the news media thinks the people are that stupid to believe that a large portion of Americans support a government that is suppressing the people with dictatorial regulations for our own protection brother do I have real news for you. Those in the news media, and the egotistical elitist drinking their narcissistic cool aid are about to see a counter revolution to the 1960s revolution.

  • 02:03

    DC RealTalk Radio Show - "A PEPPERMINT PATTY SPIRIT"

    in Relationships

    DC REAL TALK LIVE RADIO SHOW – TUESDAY NIGHT, MARCH 3, 2015 FROM 10:00PM TO 12:00AM. (EST)


    “A PEPPERMINT PATTY SPIRIT” – Peppermint Patty was created by Charles M. Schulz in response to the women’s liberation movement back in the late 1960s as part of an attempt to have a character deify gender norms. She was the one who approached Charlie Brown on a number of occasions. She was even so desperate to have a man that after Charlie Brown ignored her she started pushing up on Pig-Pen. It’s also interesting that Peppermint Patty grew up in a single parent household so there was no father around to instill in his daughter how she should be treated by a man and not run after a man.


    This is a special episode tonight for our radio broadcast, you don’t want to miss this. Ladies, we are coming down your row for this up front, in your face, no holds barred, truth about women in their desperation approaching men.  Join us this evening with Kelsi M Arceneaux, David Massey Sr., Storm Harris, Latoya M. Newton, and others as we discuss this topic. You’re more than welcome to call in and share your specific situation with us. You can listen to our show by phone at (646) 721-9565 or anywhere in the world by internet.

  • 01:57

    Live Chat :International Reggae Icon Unsong Hero Jimmy London

    in Music

    Live Chat :International Reggae Icon Unsong Hero Jimmy London


    Jimmy London (born Trevor Shaw, 30 November 1949 in Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica) is a reggae singer who first recorded in the late 1960s, and achieved chart success both in Jamaica and the United Kingdom in the early and mid-1970s.London was a member of vocal duo The Inspirations, along with Ransford White (later known as Billy Dyce). White's brother Doraney was a member of The Techniques, and the duo hung out at the Techniques rehearsal premises on King Street, becoming friendly with Roy Shirley, who helped them to get started in the music business. They recorded their debut single "I Need Money" for producer Sir JJ at Linden Pottinger's studio, but when it failed to make much impact, they moved on to work with Lee "Scratch" Perry, recording "Tighten Up" (twice, it was originally recorded at WIRL, but re-voiced at Studio One). They released a further song for Perry, "You Know What I Mean", but dissatisfied with the attention they received from Perry, moved on to Joe Gibbs. With Gibbs, they recorded tracks such as "Take Back Your Duck", "La La", and "The Train is Coming".http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_London_%28reggae_singer%29 copyright 2015 caribbeanradioshow.com 661-467-2407 caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com

  • 02:58

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This broadcast features regular PANW reports on events in Egypt, Venezuela, the police killing of Tamir Rice in Cleveland and the ongoing battle against the Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa. In the second and third hour we begin a monthlong series of programs honoring Women's History Month. The first segment reviews selected speeches and interviews with Civil Rights activist Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer of Mississippi during the 1960s and 1970s. We also look at the role of women in the fight against the prison industrial complex with Theresa Shoatz in Philadelphia. The final hour features an interview with academic Beth Richie who discusses her research on gender violence and institutional racism impacting African American women.

  • 01:37

    Festival- has spirit diminished or grown since 1960s-Top 10 best Festival songs

    in Music


    The Entertainment Celebrity Link -Looking back at festivity---has the spirit deminished or grown over the 1960s till todate? Which is the top ten festival songs of all times. Celebration In Jamaica  in August 



    Breadfruit Festival - (1 day event) in Bath, St. Thomas Parish. This is a really nice local cultural event where they show you what you can do with breadfruit. They roast it on natural coal fires and then later you can fry it. They serve it with fish, stew, chicken or pork. Bath is well known for the mineral spa, so why not a combination of the two! When you go home you feel as if you are re-born again. This event start at 12.00 and ends in the evening with a sound system. There is no entrance fee.
    Independence Street Festival, Kingston. This outdoor all day event offers traditional food and craft work. The day boasts a parade featuring many well known marching/drumming bands and traditional dances like the kumina and jonkunu.
    EMANCIPATION DAY August 1 - Public holiday.
    INDEPENCE DAY August 6 - Public holiday.www.caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com www.crsradio.com 661-467-2407

  • 01:19

    An American History Tribute to Michael Jackson

    in Spirituality

    Jackson was born 29 August 1958, in Gary, Indiana, to an African-American working-class family. His father, Joseph Jackson, had been a guitarist but had put aside his musical aspirations to provide for his family as a crane operator. Believing his sons had talent, he molded them into a musical group in the early 1960s. At first, the Jackson Family performers consisted of Michael's older brothers Tito, Jermaine, and Jackie. Michael joined his siblings when he was five, and emerged as the group's lead vocalist. He showed remarkable range and depth for such a young performer, impressing audiences with his ability to convey complex emotions. Older brother Marlon also became a member of the group, which evolved into the The Jackson 5.


    First taking to the stage at the age of just 11 as part of his family's gig The Jackson 5, Michael Jackson grew quickly into the superstardom which would both reward and plague his life. An apparently unstoppable creative and financial force through the highs of his career, 'The King of Pop' struggled with a confused and turbulent private life that was often made appallingly public. In the wake of his shock death though, it is for his artistry - and not his controversies - that he will be remembered and sadly missed.


     

  • 00:46

    The rise of Islam, Malcolm X, false empowerment & desecration of good will

    in Current Events

    Join Jane, Jon and Bob for a lively discusssion.  Jon and Jane blend in differerent perceptions of Muslim doctrine since the late 1960s in American and Arab nations.  Bob lays down the doctrintal seed of Islamic intent.  Jane and Jon add cultural aspects that have cultivated the journey of multi layered religion in America.

  • 02:02

    Shasta Jefferson Committee Townhall “ Freedom and liberty ‘ live

    in Politics Conservative

    Speakers are Mark Baird and Steve Baird


    “We want to send a message to government that this is a movement for the people, by the people, and we’re not going to let the government stand in the way of equal representation for the people of the North State,” Baird said Friday. “We’ll be talking about our plans in Shasta County. Since the Board of Supervisors refuses to listen to what we even have to say, we’re going to use another method to get a declaration in Shasta County.”


    At the heart the movement are calls for representation for rural Northern California counties and residents. Baird said the Jefferson model would ensure one state senator and at least one assembly person for each county in the new state, returning to a legislative structure similar to one used in California up until the mid-1960s.


    Already seven counties have issued their support for joining the push to form a 51st state, most recently Lake County whose supervisors voted 3-2 earlier this week to pass a related resolution, the Lake County News reports (http://bit.ly/1MFczJt ). However, supervisors there said they will revisit the matter on March 3 following questions about the resolution’s wording.


    Modoc County made national headlines in late 2013 when it became the first county to officially join the Jefferson bid. Others that have issued their backing include Tehama, Glenn, Sutter, Yuba and Siskiyou counties.


    While some have been quick to jump on the bandwagon, other counties have not been so willing to break away from the Golden State.About 57 percent of voters in Tehama County last June approved a ballot measure to join Jefferson, while a majority of Del Norte County residents, some 58 percent, decided against the idea.


    http://jeffersondeclaration.net/

  • 00:01

    DIAMOND CUT MUSICAL CLASSICS

    in Music

    1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s

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