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  • 00:31

    Let's Audition at the Very Beginning

    in Entertainment

    Curious about what a BoCo audition is like?  Tune in to Slotted Spoon to hear Yael and Blake's stories about college auditions and specifically their experiences singing, dancing, and acting their faces off in front of Neil, Maureen, and Michelle.

  • 01:29

    The Bottom Line Sports Show Tuesday Night Show

    in Sports

    Join us tonight as we recap the Super Bowl and when will Peyton Manning announce his retirement. We have another edition of the " Journey to the NFL" segment, with the season now over find out what these soon to be NFL players are going through to get ready for the big job audition of the scouting combine. We will also talk about the Louisville Saga and should Rick Pitino be fired. Your phone calls and more with Gerald Brown, Howard Cowart, Eddie Murphy and the legendary Phife Dawg

  • 00:01

    The X-man's audition

    in Current Events

    Xavier Paul's audition for TACD Radio.

  • 02:46

    The Trinity Vision Internet Radio Program

    in Family

    Live Band, Live Entertainment, DJ Silk, Raffles, Door Prizes, Appetizer, Dinner, Includes T-shirt and gift (swag) bag, Dancing, Awards, Silent Auction, Red Carpet, Audition (movie and Awards) Special Guests and Networking.

    Donate on go fund me  http://www.gofundme.com/m4k5vw 

    Donations will go towards cost of events, Feeding and clothing the homeless, Toiletries for veterans, back to school bash, sock Drive for homeless, Toy Drive for community kids, Turkey Giveaways, Fans for Seniors, Bikes Giveaways for kids, and much more. Business and Development for Trinity Vision and Community Outreach.

    Please visit our Trinity Vision Facebook Page to see what we do in the community.
    THANK YOU, Dr. Angie Eugene, eugeneangie@yahoo.com

    WHEN: Saturday, January 30, 2016 from 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EST) - Add to Calendar

    WHERE: 900 GA-96 - 900 Hwy 96 Warner Robins, GA 31088 - View Map

  • 00:34

    Ordinary Heathens, Dekorah, Tweed Funk, Gabriel Sanchez, Hannah Mrozak, Annie B

    in Indie Music

    1. Ordinary Heathens, "Frankenstein-Lover", 2. LJ & Bill an Acoustic Duo, "In-The-Secret-Dark" 3. Annie B, The Complication " Cat Girl"  4. Tweed Funk "I got Loaded" 5. Hannah Mrozak, "Hannah Mrozak - Audition - American Idol 2015" Woo Hoo, Hannah!! 6. Tweed Funk  Sippin Misery, 7, Gabriel Sanchez "Another Life Ago' 8. Dekorah "Candy" 9, Dekorah "Boots" 

  • 02:00

    Kit 'nKaboodle: Why Did the Beatles Fail the Decca Audition?

    in Music

    In Episode #3 of the highly popular Kit and Kaboodle show, Beatles/rock music critic, Dr. Kit O'Toole and Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series (http://www.johnlennonseries.com) discuss why The Beatles failed The Decca Audition on New Year's Day 1962. Kit will consider each song the Fab Four played - the strengths and weaknesses, and Kaboodle (Jude) will analyze the physchological/personality factors that entered into the mix that wintry day in London. The Beatles were rejected by Decca...but why? Could things have ended differently? And whose fault was it that the lads walked awy empty-handed? That's tonight's topic.

    Then, after the show, join Kit and Kaboodle for the After Party, also on The John Lennon Hour from 10:05-11:00 p.m. ET. The link for that show is:      he After Party is YOUR chance to call in and agree or disagree, express your own opinion about the audition, and chime in. We want to hear from you! 646-668-2641.



  • 00:46

    Meet Gospel Sensation Psalmist Catrina Reese******************

    in Spirituality

     Catrina Reese, with her angelic voice and musical talent, knew she was destined for the stage.  At an early age her talent shone through with eagerness and validity at family events.  She was introduced to the world of bright lights, studio recording, and professional singing when she began vocalizing back up for many groups at a young age.  One experience, with Dorothy Norwood in 1988, opened up her magical gift of song even more.   All these advantages led up to the formation of the musical group, New Generations in 1989.  Under the direction of Gary and Belinda Jackson Ingram, the group became an opening act for Gospel’s legendary Shirley Caesar in Charlotte, NC.  
    Between the years of 2000-2004 she performed at many local events such as Pease Auditorium with Beverly Crawford and belted out the National Anthem at several sporting events such as the former Charlotte Hornets basketball game, CIAA tournament, Charlotte Knights pro baseball game, and Charlotte Checkers hockey game.  She did not limit her talent to just sporting events, she also lended her voice to the Charlotte Choral Society and the Charlotte Singing Christmas tree.  To round out 2004 she entered a 600-constestant talent audition for the “Gimme the Mike-Charlotte” sponsored by WSOC Channel 9 and won.  This landed her the opportunity to open up for Yolanda Adams and Dettick Haddon at Charlotte’s Ovens Auditorium.  



  • 01:02


    in Radio

    Formerly known as United Image, this group had been singing together since Jr. High School. After High School and military service they reunited and began their quest toward a life-long dream of becoming successful entertainers and recording artists. It was not easy but they believed in their God-given talents and just simply loved to sing.

    Upon recommendation of some DJ’s, United Image was introduced to recording executive Lebaron Taylor, who signed them to Stax Records. They released a single “Love’s Creeping Up On Me” and they also released a dance tune “The African Bump” backed with “Hit Man” in Philadelphia. As time moved on so did the group.

    Producer and Songwriter, Norman Harris ran into Joe from Double Exposure and invited the group to an audition for a record company. That record company turned out to be Salsoul Records represented by Vice President Ken Cayre. Needless to say the audition went well. It had been previously suggested that the group change their name to something more modern. Some band members had joked about pictures taken and saying they looked like a double exposure. Well, the name stuck. Double Exposure was signed to Salsoul Records and began rehearsing new songs for their upcoming album entitled “TEN PERCENT”. 

    On December 11, 1975, at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Double Exposure began recording what would become one of the most successful albums to come out of the Philly music empire, “TEN PERCENT”. Around the spring of 1978 the “Four Play” album was released. Two songs were produced by Ron Tyson (currently with the Temptations).


  • 01:01

    The Paula G. Show

    in Self Help

    It’s all about the arts this week! First up, he is an actor, he has worked with celebrities Kim Fields, …….He is Marvin “The Actor” Baldwin and he joins us this week to….

    Calling all Singers! Dancers! Musicians! Comedians! Rappers! Do you have what it takes?

    Terry Staples CFO of In The Spirit Entertainment LLC joins me to discuss a phenomenal opportunity for independent and inspirational artist to audition and display their unique talents and gifts. ITSE is on a nationwide campaign to discover the best talent around. Terry will share what In The Spirit Entertainment LLC is all about and how you can be a part of the experience.  Join me this week and hear how YOU may have the opportunity to showcase your talents and gifts. Join the conversation.  Jan 13th The Paula G Show 8:30pm EST, 917-932-1078 or www.thepaulagshow.com! “Break a leg!”

  • 01:02

    Episode 223: Bad Audition

    in Entertainment

    In this week’s episode The Hot Girl and “That Guy” talk about Kim’s play, hairy women, and Non-jokes. Chad gives advice on what not to do while auditioning, texts from last night, and Scan BC. The night wraps up with an extended visit from “The Old Man”. Learn More About Continue reading →

  • 00:32

    "This Actor's A Better Fit For The Part"

    in Movies

    Have you ever set out to watch a movie, found that you enjoyed it, but someting seemed to be missing. Then it hits you! What the film truly needed; that would make it even better...a different actor! Yep, sometimes the studio get's it wrong! Sometimes the right actor doesn't get to read or audition for the part that was meant for them (and the person we'd really like to see in that role). That's the topic of this episode of A Reel Point Of View; people we think would fit the part! Any movies out there that you feel would have been best served, had another actor been cast instead?

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