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Listen to the conversation on The Danny Tisdale Show Podcast show with host Danny as he talks to Farrah Griffin, about her new book Harlem Notrune and Amma Whatt performs at Red Rooster in Harlem October 10th at 7 pm. Listen Live Tuesday, October 1st, at 2 pm
Danny talks about the latest Harlem news on Harlem World Magazine Facebook, and HW's Harlem History site on Facebook, Twitter and HarlemWorldMag.com.
Comedy Playhouse and their dazzling dream team of Laugh Riotors and Robots will dare to delight you with a daring dash of Dotty Parker quite freshly and fleshily from the INfamous Algonquin Round Table. And as always we'll squeeze a packet of sugar - under one of her darling legs (the table) and wheel future a song from our amazing songbird and stylist the HIGHTEST Ms. Jacqi Japes in her OM tribute to GM foods.
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We open with an interview with Angelique Kidjo, Grammy award-winning recording artist deemed "Africa's greatest living diva" by NPR. In addition to international touring, she has used her visibility to campaign for women's rights, provide education opportunities for girls, and support environmental initiatives. She performs Sat., June 21, 2014, 8 p.m. at the Nourse Theatre, 275 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA (415) 392-4400 www.ciis.edu/publicprograms We close with an interview with Thomas Allen Harris, dir., Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photography and the Emergence of a People, which is a part of Frameline38 and scenes June 21, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. at the Victoria Theatre in San Francisco. Visit www.frameline.org Following an award-winning festival run, which saw Through a Lens receive an African Oscar for Best Diasporic Documentary (African Movie Academy Awards,) Social Justice Award (Santa Barbara International Film Festival,) Programmers' Best Documentary Award (Pan African Film Festival,) along with a TEDDY Award nomination (Berlin International Film Festival) and screenings all over the world, the film has its New York theatrical premiere Aug. 27 through Sep. 9 at Film Forum This will be followed by a national theatrical release by First Run Features, See also http://1world1family.me
Indeed a celebration it is....The voice of an angel..Unique and rare and oh so charming...I am on the edge of my seat in anticipation..This show is ALL ABOUT AMMA WHATT!!!! BIO Soultracks.com nominee for Best New Artist, Amma Whatt, released her debut EP "Maybe," last year to awaiting fans, debuting at #3 in the R&B/Soul category on Bandcamp.com and remaining in the Top 8 for over 6 weeks. "Maybe" has certainly put Amma at the top of the list of new underground, indie favorites, and SoulTrain.com says her hybrid fusion of R&B, world music, hip-hop, and jazz has her "...poised to take soul music to the next level..." Afro-Pop-Soul Chanteuse, Amma Whatt, honed her skills at Howard University, touring the world as a supporting vocalist, and as an in-demand songwriter and producer. With the Grammy-nominated songwriting team Big Drawz Music, Amma co-wrote “Just the Way You Are” for Kindred and The Family Soul. She’s now a lead vocalist and co-composer for international touring group Vinx and the Groove Heroes, and can currently be heard singing the Homegoods TV-ad campaign theme “Get Happy” for millions of viewers daily. Amma is now cultivating the Afro-Pop/Soul/Jazz sound for her first full length album, to be available in 2014!
The Show looks back at Sunday's Wrestlemania & Saturday's Hall of Fame w/ The Warrior Razor Ramon,Jake(THeSnake) Roberts ,Mr T and Wrestlemania with Daniel Brayan vs Batistavs Randy Orton and the shocking match w/ Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar The Andre the Giant Battle Royal, John Cena vs Bray Whatt, The Shield vs Kane & the New age OutLaws, The Divas Match, The moment when Hulk Hogan,The Rock &stoneCold Steve Austin all in the same ring what a Wrestlemania momen
Amma Whatt began her rich journey as a performer dancing professionally at 5 years old. Under the tutelage of her parents, she studied and performed the traditional music of West Africa and The Caribbean. After leaving her mark in the Howard University Jazz Vocal Performance Program and Howard Gospel choir as a soloist, she vocally supported acts across the US and internationally (Glory of NY Gospel Singers, Ruben Studdard, Karen Clark-Sheard, Ki-Ki Sheard, Shirley Murdock, Howard Hewitt, Melba Moore, Byron Cage, Rob Murat, Tulani Kindard). Amma was also a Hollywood finalist on the 2007 season of American Idol.
Adding further to her accomplishments, Ms. Whatt sang on the Academy Award-nominated song “Raise It Up” from the 2007 film August Rush. She appeared in the film, and performed the song at the 2008 Academy Awards. As a staff writer and vocal producer with the Grammy nominated team of women songwriters, Big Drawz Music Group, Amma co-wrote “Just the Way You Are” for Kindred and The Family Soul’s “The Arrival.”
iddiicadani waa mid loogu talagalay in lagaga waramo/ faaloodo arrimaha ummada ku hadasha afka soomaaliga. waxaa kale oo lagu soo bandigidoonaa macluumaad iyo wareysiyo khuseeya ummada soomaaliyeed.
barnaamijyadda iddaacada waxaa ka mid ahaaniaya wadda hadal dex marra wadaha barnaamishka iyo dhegaystayaasha amaa degaystayaasha iyo martikale.
From the age of 4, Amma Whatt’s professional journey has been one of accomplishment, passion and variety. As a dancer, under the tutelage of her parents she studied and performed the traditional music of West Africa and The Caribbean. As an actress and entertainer at 16, she participated in a hilarious one-on-one TV interview on Bill Cosby's "Kid's say the Darndest Things". As a vocalist, she left her mark in the Howard University Jazz Vocal Performance Program and as a soloist in the Howard Gospel Choir. Amma then toured the US and internationally as a supporting vocalist with Glory of NY Gospel Singers, Ruben Studdard, Karen Clark-Sheard, Ki-Ki Sheard, Shirley Murdock, Howard Hewitt, Tulani Kinard, Byron Cage, Rob Murat, and Melba Moore. It was as a Hollywood Week Finalist on the 5th season of American Idol, that Amma’s talent drew the attention of film and television producers. She appeared in the 2007 film August Rush and sang on the film’s Academy Award-nominated song “Raise It Up”, highlighted by a live performance at the 2008 Academy Awards. Most recently, you can hear Amma singing "Get Happy" in the new Home Goods commercials airing on national television and radio. While Amma continues to share the stage and album features with a wide variety of artists such as Jarrard Anthony, Nicholas Ryan Gant, Monet, Darien, Catz & Dogz, Mark de Clive-Lowe, and Jason Moran, to name a few, her talents are very much in demand as a songwriter and producer. Amma co-wrote “Just the Way You Are” for Kindred and The Family Soul’s “The Arrival.” In recognition of her community service work, Amma was named a grant recipient of the Miracle Corners of the World Alumni Venture Fund. Amma used her grant to sponsor a youth day of fun for the Egbe Iwa Odo Kunrin/Binrin Rites of Passage program.
Night Owl Special Edition 10pm PT/1am ET: Talk with the Masters: My guest will be Writer, Producer and Grandmatser Eddie Thomas The martial-arts action film "Talos" was produced, written by, and stars Eddie Thomas, owner and grandmaster of American Freestyle Karate in downtown Salem. Grandmaster Eddie Thomas has been inducted into the following "Halls of Fame" American karate Association 1999 Supreme Master of the Year Fredrick MD United Martial Arts Association 1999 Master Instructor of the Year Long Island NY AFKA 2001 Master Instructor of the Year Lynchburg VA (Nominated for but was unable to attend) Latin American Martial Arts Puerta Rico 2001 American karate Association 2003 Grandmaster of the Year Fredrick MD Action Martial Arts Magazine 2003 Ambassador to the Martial Arts Atlantic City NJ Action Martial Arts Magazine 2004 Ambassador to the Martial Arts Atlantic City NJ (Nominated for but was unable to attend) AMAA National Karate Association 2005 Action Martial Arts Magazine 2005 Ambassador to the Martial Arts Atlantic City NJ
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Join us tonight as we talk a little Lance Armstrong after his interview with Oprah.
On the NBA front we will also be discussing the ALL Star Voting and who got left out. Will the LA Fakers make the playoffs and whatt should they do in the offseason if they don't.
We also ask who is your mid season MVP ?
On the gaming front we will discuss the overall state of sports games this gen. Have we progressed as far as we should have ?
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