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Immediately, there's a connection: Keith Andrew spent his childhood in Baltimore (small world!) - then moved to the San Francisco Bay area when he was a teen. He had been playing guitar since he was ten - and the rich diversity of music in Northern California fueled him further. Led to Los Angeles, he studied some of the most prestigious guitarists on the planet: Robben Ford, Joe Pass and more.
Keith made sure that he received an education that was suited for the future he was seeking. He was part of the Chaffey College Jazz Ensemble - and excelled so much that he won awards from The National Association of Jazz Educators. He did exceptionally well at the Guitar Institute of Technology, too. And became a staff instructor there. The best of paths followed our guest because he became associated with a very successful L.A. based group called Himilaya. The band got serious buzz and received national airplay - and also had a chance to tour.
Fast forward to 2014 and Keith Andrew has "Adventurous Soul" up and running - with 13 tracks and a who's who of Contemporary Jazz. The COOL piece of this Hybrid puzzle is that Keith has made some terrific choices, regarding who's around him, what he composes, and how he views his music. He found in fellow guitarist, Nils, a kindred spirit. Nils produced six of the songs on "Soul" - and these two exceptional artists found that their FEEL encompassed a fusion that included a vision of World music. Keith developed a passion for expanding his vision when he spent time with the California based group, Zulu Spear. He's an interesting guy, as well as the consummate guitarist. He loves the outdoors and is not a lightweight about it - Keith has been to countries to hike that have only been a part of many of our dreams :) Please join us in welcoming Keith Andrew on 12/4/2014!
Dan Moyo joined the African National Congress underground unit in 1979 which led to his membership to UMkhonto weSizwe its military wing later in the same year. He received both military and political training in Angola and redeployed back into South Africa to engage the enemy in the Eastern front area now called Mpumalanga where he was originally born. Early in March 1981, he was arrested and charged under the notorious terrorism act of 1967, and wassentenced to 10-yrs with 5-yesrs minimum and 5-years to run concurrently. He was imprisoned to serve his sentenced in Robben Island Maximum Security Prison where all other freedom fighters were kept including former Rivonia trial's ANC leadership. The late President Nelson Mandela was a member of this imprisoned group.
Dan Moyo (standing directly behind the Honorable Nelson Mandela), joined the African National Congress underground unit in 1979 which led to his membership to UMkhonto weSizwe its military wing later in the same year. He received both military and political training in Angola and redeployed back into South Africa to engage the enemy in the Eastern front area now called Mpumalanga where he was originally born. Early in March 1981, he was arrested and charged under the notorious terrorism act of 1967, and wassentenced to 10-yrs with 5-yesrs minimum and 5-years to run concurrently.
He was imprisoned to serve his sentenced in Robben Island Maximum Security Prison where all other freedom fighters were kept including former Rivonia trial's ANC leadership. The late President Nelson Mandela was a member of this imprisoned group.
Ed eats his bowl of crow after swearing up and down that LeBron would not sign with Cleveland. Well, he signed with Cleveland as Fuz predicted. The guys discuss all the changes in the NBA - from Chandler Parson's leaving for Dallas to Chris Bosh & Carmelo Anthony staying with their respective team. The guys will also take one last look at the World Cup, as Ed lawyer's up for Leo Messi and the the attacks against his sense of sportsmanship, while Fuz still mourns the Dutch choking again and Arjen Robben's penchant for flopping. Lastly, the guys tee-off on the MLB All-Star game and Monday's lackluster Home Run Derby.
Join host Ja'Vonne Harley on a once in a lifetime journey thru South Africa. She is joined by The Doug Banks Radio Show as well as 140 travelers from all over the US. This specially designed trip by Advantage International with South Africa Tourism and SAA visits Cape Town, Robben Island, the Cape Peninsula, The Limpopo Ragion, Johannesburg, Soweto and Sandton. Share the experience with all of them as they enjoy history, culture, cuisine and game drives. Hear why South Africa is a TOP destination.
With the passing of Charlie Haden, many of us are focused on those in the music business whose instrument is the bass. We can all probably name five off the top of our heads who really get our juices flowing - or those with whom we feel an indescribable connection. JUST because of the way they play.
Enter Jimmy Haslip! One of the Masters of the Art of Bass, Jimmy was born in the Bronx. And Spanish was his first language. He learned to speak English later. But the way that he makes his bass speak? There is ONE language - and that's universal :) But let's give you a rewind as to how he got to that level...
Jimmy's family moved to Huntingdon, New York, when he was four. Hearing all kinds of music in the house, he was drawn to the sound of multiple instruments - and he was playing drums, trumpet and tuba early on. But the bass captured his interest. And, at 13, he got one - but here's the kicker: since he was left-handed and since a bass for right-handers was available, Jimmy learned to play it upside down!
1969: Our guest left NY to make his musical path in San Fran, New Orleans, Denver and Dallas. He finally moved to L.A. in 1975 - there he got together with Russell Ferrante and Robben Ford - and they formed the nucleus of players who created "The Inside Story" - Robben's first album.
The strength of that buzz paved the way for the formation of The Yellowjackets in 1980 - Jimmy was a founding member. And it doesn't take a genius to figure out that his way from THERE was gold. In case you might not know - he has had some 21 Grammy nominations - and worked with artists in diverse genres. You can ask Jeff Lorber how he could get along without Jimmy Haslip - the success of "Hacienda" says a LOT!
We'll share music and talk gigs - hang with us on 7/15!
/'Sports In Depth'/
With,Dr.M.Lee''Doc''Stanley Sr.,legendary scribe and sportscaster and his iconic posse;''Lady A'',Lewis ''The Hoopster'' Hart,'' Cincinnati-C-Wings-Mr.NFL-411'' Raymond,''Double Barrel'' Harold Weston Jr., Distinio ''H-Rap Brown-X ''Lois Jr.,Nate ''B-Baseball'' Berger, and Francisco ''The Cisco Kid'' Guzman,AKA''Muscles'',the award winning radio show is an in depth informative,educational and historical look at the world of sports from both a daily and historical perspective.
Bringing also both an in depth look and perspective of not only on the sports of our times. But too,of the players and performers of the said events, and with the,''diverse intellect'', of Doc's iconic posse,'Sports In Depth' is too,'' the World in depth''.
Doc and posse once again,rope the rumors,hog tie the issues and brand the truth.
Set your life on fire. Seek those who fan your flames.
Promise yourself to be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own. — Christian D. Larson
Daryl and Taylor break down the dramatic goalfest that was Argentina-Nether... Err... Sorry... The guys break down the "chess match" encounter between Argentina and the Netherlands, and discuss the age old battle of Messi vs de Jong, what happened to Robben and RVP, the heroics of Javier Mascherano and Ron Vlaar, and all the drama and intrigue of the penalty shootout, featuring Jasper Cillessen doing a less-than-serviceable Tim Krul impersonation.
Listen to our comprehensive World Cup 2014 Semifinal Preview show as we analyze this week's upcoming games. In this episode, we will discuss whether Brazil can overcome the loss of two of its key players when it faces Germany. We will also break down the clash between Argentina and the Netherlands. In addition, we will recap the performances of the USA and Mexico in this tournament. Finally, we will conclude by giving out our tournament awards for the best individual performances up to this point.
Cory, Jarett, and John are back talking World Cup soccer and our thoughts and reactions from all three games played today. How did Mexico faired today against Cameroon? Is Spain still the number one team? Are the Netherlands the new frontrunners to win the World Cup? Can Chile continue its high powered offense? All of these questions will be answered and more as we break down Italy vs England, Ivory Coast vs Japan, Uraguay vs. Costa Rica and Greece vs Columbia all on The Final Buzzer at 11 P.M.
THIS WEEK GUEST: KEVIN SANDBLOOM
Kevin Sandbloom is a man of surprises. When he walks
on stage, one doesn't expect to hear the music that comes
from somewhere deep within, but give this man a minute
and you will know why some describe his voice as other-
worldly and soulful. Recently, he opened for Anthony
Hamilton, Brandy, Saul Williams & Bilal. Sandbloom has
also been a featured performer at Brooklyn Academy of
Music and a guest instructor at Berklee College of Music.
He wrote the title track for Grammy-nominated guitar
legend Robben Ford's Supernatural album and has had
a feature appearance on the ABC Family series "Lincoln
Heights." He also wrote, directed and produced his own
one-man show, SOUL TROUBADOUR, which opened to
rave reviews in Los Angeles in spring of 2013.
Sandbloom is currently touring and promoting his latest
recording, VIVA LOS ANGELES, which includes the
singles "Viva Los Angeles", "All Night Long" and
You can find all info at kevinsandbloom.com
SOCIAL REHAB IS A RADIO SHOW/MOVEMENT THAT'S INTENDED TO BRING MUSIC, ARTS, CULTURE AND EDUTAINMENT TO THE MASSES AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE PROGRAMMING THAT GOES ON IN TODAYS MAINSTREAM RADIO AND T.V. PROGRAMS. WITH A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT ARTIST INTERVIEWS, MUSIC AND INFORMATION WE WOULD HOPE TO BROADEN ONES HORIZONS AS TO THE OTHER OPTIONS THAT EXIST... IN OFF THE GRID STYLE..EVENTS SUCH AS ....SOCIAL REHAB RADIO!!!!!!! ENJOY!!!!
On Saturday, December 14, 11:00 to 1:00 PM a celebration of life ceremony for the late President Nelson Mandela, took place at Boys and Girls High School, 1700 Fulton Street, in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York City. The event was hosted by Bob Meyers of the Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium/CBJC... After a opening drum ceremony performed by drummers including Baba Wesley Gray and Baba Shanto who performed libation...Keynote speaker Republic of South Africa Consul General, George Monyemangene addressed the audience. He was preceded by Dr. Rev Karen Daughtry, Minister Muhammad, Viola Plummer of December 12 and a host of other speakers...Immediately following the indoor celebration a motorcar procession drove thru the community after meeting at a South African community vigil at a school playground, near M.S. 113, DeKalb Avenue at Carlton, in the Fort Greene section of the borough.
The People of Brooklyn fondly remember Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. The international icon of peace and justice visited the borough on June 21, 1990 (just months after his release from Robben Island) during his eight city USA tour. NYPD estimated 100,000 Brooklynites greeted the president’s motorcade as it passed thru the neighborhoods of East New York, Fort Greene; his first official stop on this tour was at Boys and Girls High School where he addressed New Yorkers.
Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, labor union SEIU, AFL/CIO Transport Workers Union Local 100, Madiba Restaurant, and Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium/CBJC are some of the organizations behind this event. City-wide elected officials, faith based, and community leaders are expected to be among the people attending.
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