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Sue Thurman and Daryl McCullough of Celebrity Spotlight talk to stars of Zorro Henry Darrow and Duncan Regehr about their experiences on the set of Zorro. They recall many great memories about working together, sword fighting, and working in Spain. Duncan also reads some poems from his books.
Sunday, July 20, 8 pm ET The Best of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show brings you Celebrity Chef and author of a delicious, joyride of a memoir No Experience Necessary: The Culinary Odyssey of Chef Norman Van Aken. Norman Van Aken is known as the founding father of New World Cuisine, a celebration of Latin, Caribbean, Asian, African, and American flavors. He is also known internationally for introducing the concept of “Fusion” to the culinary world. The only Floridian inducted into the prestigious James Beard list of “Who’s Who in American Food and Beverage,” his restaurant, Norman’s, was nominated as a finalist for the James Beard Foundation’s “Best Restaurant in America.” He has also been a James Beard Foundation semi-finalist for “Best Chef in America.” Van Aken has published five cookbooks: Feast of Sunlight, The Exotic Fruit Book, Norman’s New World Cuisine, New World Kitchen, and My Key West Kitchen. No Experience Necessary spans twenty-plus years of the culinary renegade and pioneering restaurateur’s career, offering a uniquely personal, highly-entertaining under-the-tablecloth view of the high stakes world of American cuisine, told with wit, insight, and great affection by a natural storyteller. With an abundance of marquee names, incuding Emerill Lagasse, Tennessee Williams, Jimmy Buffet and Julia Child, Van Aken's memoir is as byzantine as a Russian novel but lots more fun.
On this episode Yara Kaleemah will be chopping it up with Tonya Barber. She is a Newark resident with a thrist for literature. Barber is the author of 'Changing the Game', 'Drama in the Bricks' and 'I Can Love You Past Your Pain'.
Tune in for a special edition of That's Entertainment as I talk with celebrity chef and the creator of Taco Bell's "Cantina Bell" menu, Lorena Garcia. Lorena is best known for her numerous TV appearances, her successful chain of restaurants, a cookbook, and her kitchen collection for HSN. Now she will be one of many celebrity chefs to face amateur cooks and their signature dishes in NBC's "Food Fighters," which premiers on Tuesday, July 22nd. Adam Richman from "Man Vs Food" will be hosting the series. Join me as I talk with acclaimed celebrity chef, Lorena Garcia on Monday, July 21 at 9:30am ET on www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs or call in to listen at 347-637-2656.
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The Celebrity Link- Exploring the Popular Dance Styles of Jamaica over the years
Reggae is a music genre first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s. While sometimes used in a broad sense to refer to most types of popular Jamaican dance music , the term reggae more properly denotes a particular music style that evolved out of t..
Jamaican Ska is another music genre which emanated out of Jamaica during the late 1950s to early 1960s. Jamaica Ska is precursor to Rocksteady another popular Jamaican music genre. Rooted in Mento, American jazz and R&B Jamaica Ska gain recognition across the international music fraternity rapidly.
Jamaica Ska music is played with a combination of many instruments. The guitar, bass guitar, trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, drums and organ are just some of the musical instruments used. The Jamaica Ska music is quite identifiable by the walking bass line on the offbeat. Jamaica Ska first and foremost was dance music in its inception. The music was then exported via immigrants to the U.K first before spreading throughout the world. Jamaica Ska was also known as blue beet music in the U.K during those years.
Although Jamaica Ska is dance music the first set of songs was heavily rooted in religious lyrics. Then there were nursery rhymes types of lyrics with a touch of Jamaican dialect. The third lyrics type was the rude boy and political which was then reflecting the social fabric of Jamaica.
By the early 1960s Jamaica Ska gave way to Rocksteady which is much slower rhythmically. However, around 1979 Ska rose again but this time out of England and spreading to other European countries and Australia. The third wave was when Jamaica Ska music had risen again during the 1990s engulfing many other countries.