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One man’s heartfelt billboard starts a national movement. Jim O’Kelly has a daughter who was severely damaged by vaccines years ago. His efforts to seek medical help was met by closed doors, forcing him to become the founder of the Anti-Vaccination League of America. Hear his story about what can be done and how you can help make a difference. Join us on this Sunday’s to hear Jim talk about his pasionate journey.
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Love's Top 15 Billboard Gospel Artists:
Best Days-Tamela Mann
Destined to Win/Where Jesus-Karen Clark-Sheard
Every Praise-Bishop Hezekiah Walker
War-Pastor Charles Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago
All the Glory-Alexis Spight
Too close-Eddie Ruth Bradford
I Give Myself Away-William McDowell
I Give Up All-Phebe Hines
Because of Who you are-Mrs. Vickie Yohe
Break Every Chain-Tasha Cobbs
Jesus I love Calling your name-Pastor Shirley Cesear
Winans-Ain't No Need to Worry
Kirk Franklin-Wanna Be Happy
Yolanda Adams-Just a Prayer Away
It's Your Season-Norman Hutchins
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Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott talks with country music journalist, Deborah Evans Price.
Deborah Evans Price has covered country, gospel, and rock music for Billboard magazine since 1994. She also contributes regularly to AOL's The Boot, Country Weekly, Gospel Music Channel.com, CMA Close Up, FIRST, and other publications.
A noted country and Christian music historian, she's authored The CMA Awards Vault and A History of the Country Music Association Awards published by Whitman Publishing, as well as a historical retrospective on Word Records—Word: Six Decades of Hits. She has interviewed countless artists, including Willie Nelson, Amy Grant, Third Day, Don Henley, Bon Jovi, Chris Rice, Charlie Daniels, Kirk Franklin, 3 Doors Down, Sarah Brightman, Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Smokey Robinson, Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Steven Curtis Chapman, Sandra Bullock, and Robert Duvall.
Deborah has recently authored Country Faith Christmas which will feature Christmas memories from thirty-seven of today's top country music stars, including Florida Georgia Line, Reba McEntire, Alan Jackson, Vince Gill, Darius Rucker, and Brenda Lee as well as a foreword written by Kimberly Schlapman (Little Big Town) and four Advent meditations from Charlie Daniels. The stars share their holiday stories, family traditions, memorable gifts, personal recipes, and favorite Christmas carols.
Hey! We're back! Check out the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse podcast, airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. Join Dburt, Capt. Kirk and the "Uncanny" Daryll B. as they unfurl the following pop/pulp and political mysteries: Okayplayer.com Managing Editor, Kevin Clark returns to discuss the honesty of Billboard's Top 35 R & B Artists of All Time list; does the cancellation of TNT's live action Teen Titans series represent the saturation point many geeks fear with popular superhero TV translation properties?; as the new Star Wars film tracks to surpass Avatar as the high grossing film (ever!), its director, J.J. Abrams responds to criticism that his film is just a repackaged episode #4-New Hope (and there's a petition for George Lucas' return in the works); our impressions of a skin bleaching ad from Thailand that has gone viral and enraged social media; and in more racism is the new drug news, Maine governor, Paul LePage backtracks on racially tinged remarks he made while addressing his state's growing heroin addiction/trafficking problems; is Beyonce really aiming to make the Hottentot Venus story?;
Netflix does it AGAIN-discussing the Black 70s period drama enitiled, The Get Down; Shadow and Act highlights the concept of hyper-tokenism via Lupita Nyongo's Maz character in Star Wars: the Force Awakens.
And lastly, a recent Black Nerd Problems piece waxes about how some perceive Black authenticity by having familiarity with HBO's The Wire. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620,
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Join The Randy Report as I talk extensively with Chloe Lattanzi, who with her mother Olivia Newton-John, recently made history as the first mother/daughter team to hit #1 on the Billboard Dance Club chart with their new hit, "You Have To Believe."
Chloe talks about the genesis of the project, taking on the challenge of re-imagining her mother's 1980s #1 hit "Magic" into something new for their fans, and the Las Vegas-centric music video.
She also chats on her upcoming movie, Dead 7, for Syfy where she'll be kicking zombie butt alongside Backstreet Boys Nick Carter, Howie Dorough & A.J. McLean, plus NSYNC's Joey Fatone.
Top 15 Billboard @10pm CST
Be Blessed--Bishop Paul Morton
Too Close-Psalmist Eddie Ruth Bradford
Take Me to the King-Psalmist Tamela Mann
Wanna Be Happy-Producer Kirk Franklin
A little More Jesus-Psalmist Erica Campbell
So You Would Know-Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
Never Give Up-Psalmist Yolanda Adams
Destiny Snippet-Highlight-Psalmist Tina Campbell
(That's What He's Done)-Pastor Kim Burrell
Break Every Chain-PsalmistTasha Cobbs
All the Glory-Psalmist-Alexis Spight
Jesus Will-Psalmist Anita Wilson
Everyday is a Day of Thanksgiving-GMWA Choir
I surrender-CeCe Winans
Nobody but God=Pastor Dorinda Clark
Lillie Arlene Nicole Jade McCloud
commonly known by her former stage name Nicole McCloud, or Nicole J. McCloud.
McClouds music background starts with Dance /Pop and R&B. God has prepared and chosen Lillie for his good work " Gospel Soul Singer.She has recorded five studio albums,
McCloud first appeared on the Billboard US R&B charts as “Nicole” in 1985 with “Always and Forever”. Her single “Don’t You Want My Love” in 1986 reached Top 10 on the US Dance charts at #3, also charting in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Brazil.
McCloud has recorded hits Written by Diane Warren, Ital Shur, D Roberts, Mark Roofe,Timmy Thomas, and has Performed Duets with Donna Allen , Tito Jackson, Timmy Thomas,U.S.U.R.A. and The Source. She Has Performed With Stevie Wonder, Dionne Warwick, Kool & The Gang, Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger, Sly from the,family stones, Isaac Hayes, to name a few and now performs for Ambassadors and presidents around the world.
MCCLOUD MAKES A COME BACK.....
Over 20.Million and counting youtube views on her performance of Alabaster box alone...
Taking part in season 3 of the American singing competition The X Factor. Her audition was broadcast on September 12, 2013. She received a standing ovation and four “yes” votes from judges Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato, Paulina Rubio, and Kelly Rowland for her rendition of CeCe Winans‘ “Alabaster Box”.She was selected by the judges to progress to the Final 40 and subsequently competed successfully in the Four Chair Challenge, securing her position in the Final 16. As part of the Final Four “Over 25s”, she was mentored by Kelly Rowland.
Alfredaloveshow.com Top 15 Billboard Gospel Artist!!!! 10:30pm
1. Psalmist Eddie Ruth Bradford-Too Close
2. Psalmist Tamela Mann-Step Aside
3. Bishop Paul S. Martin--Be Blessed
4. Producer Kirk Franklin-Wanna Be happy
5. Psalmist Erica and Tina-Can't Give up Now
6.Pastor Charles Jenkins and Fellowship Choir-War
7.Psalmist Yolanda Adams-Battle is Not Yours
8. Psalmist Phebe Hines****NEW--All that I have
9. Winans-Ain't No Need to Worry
10. Canton Spirituals-Satisfied
11. Pastor Dorinda Clark-I'm Still Here
12. Pastor Shirley Cesear-I feel like Praising Him
13. Late Rev Clay Evans-Have you Got Good Religion
14. Canton Spiritauls-I'm Coming Lord
15. Late Bishop GE. Patterson-Yes Lord
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1. Psalmist-Tamela Mann-Step Aside
2. Minister-Kathy Taylor*-Oh How Precious
3. Psalmist Alexis Spight-Dear Diary
4.Minister Marvin Sapp-The Best in Me
5. Minister Dorinda Clark Cole-Nobody But God
6. Bishop Hezekiah Walker-Every Praise
7. Psalmist-Ce-Ce Winans-I surrender All
8. Dana Hemphill-How Excellent
9. Minister-Kim Burrell-Thank you Jesus/That's what he's done** NEW
10.Mary Mary-Go Get It..
11. Producer-Kirk Franklin-Wanna Be Happy
12. Bishop Rance Allen-Something about the name Jesus
13. GWMA ChoirSo You Would know
14.Psalmist-Eddie Ruth Bradford-Too Close
15. The Canton Spirituals-Glad I've Got Jesus
Pastor Luther Barnes-Keep on Blessing Me
Pastor John P. Kee-Next Level
Psalmist-Tamela Mann-I can Only Imagine
Psalmist-Melinda Watts-Lord I’m Available to you
Bishop Rance Allen-A Lil Louder
Psalmist-Eddie Ruth Bradford-Too Close
Pastor Kurt Carr-We Lift Our Hands in the Sanctuary
Producer Kirk Franklin-Wanna Be Happy
Minister Byron Cage-Presence of the Lord
Bishop Hezekiah Walker-Every Praise
Psalmist Yolanda Adams-This Too Shall Pass
Psalmist Anita Wilson-Jesus Will
Minister Dorinda Clark Cole-I’m Still Here
Mr. Keith Pringle-Can’t Stop Praising his name
Late Pastor Timothy Wright-Trouble Don’t Last Always
Late Bishop GE Patterson Yes Lord-
1. Kirk Franklin-Just Wanna be happy**
Eddie Ruth Bradford-(Pick up Saved by Grace-Amazon has 1 left in Stock)
2..Eddie Ruth Bradford-Too Close to the mirror)
3.Tamela Mann-This Place
4. Tasha Cobbs-Break Every Chain
5.Pastor Charles Jenkins-War
6. Pastor John P. Kee-Level Next
7. Pastor Marvin Sapp-Praise Him In Advance
8. Gospel Story Teller---Stellars..Evangelist Dorothy Norwood-In the Room***
9. Pastor Kim Burrell-Have Faith in Me
10. Karen Clark Sheard-Destined to Win
11. Help-Erica Campbell
12. Pastor Kathy Taylor-How Precious
13. Bishop Hez Walker-Every Praise
14. Pastor Dorinda Clark-I am still here
15. Bishop Paul Martin-Be Blessed