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What can you say about an actor who has embodied two of the greatest African American figures of the 20th century on the silver screen in as many years—and to critical acclaim? Only that he’s no doubt on his way to following in the footsteps of Denzel Washington and Sidney Poitier. “The choices that you get to make are those heroic, courageous choices that we want to show our kids, that we want to pass down,” Chadwick Boseman tells us of his role in the 2013 Jackie Robinson biopic 42. “You’re not just playin’ a character, you’re playin’ somebody that you'd like to be like.”
On this week's show, Chadwick Boseman steps into the arena with WAFCA film critic Travis Hopson to discuss playing legendary Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson in '42'.
Leslie "The Cinema Siren" Combemale chimes in to try and decipher Danny Boyle's trippy new heist film, 'Trance', plus we'll take a look at Terrence Malick's 'To the Wonder'.
This week on the BIG show, Black Reel Award nominee Chadwick Boseman will be our special guest to talk about his dynamic performance as James Brown in the upcoming bio-pic, Get On Up. Nominated for Outstanding Breakthrough Performance for his previous sports biopic, 42, Boseman talks about his startling transformation into the "Godfather of Soul" as well as the method he uses for choosing the roles he plays. Plus, Washington Post Style reporter Lonnae O'Neal Parker talks about her experiece meeting the "hardest working man in show business." We'll also have entertainment news with Wilson Morales and reviews of the latest films, including Get On Up, Mood Indigo and Guardians of the Galaxy all on Episode 258 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
This week on the BIG show, actor Chadwick Boseman stops by to discuss his role as Jackie Robinson in the baseball biopic, 42. We'll also talk with the founder of FilmFest DC, Tony Gittens about the his upcoming festival. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films including Trance, The Company You Keep and 42 all on Episode 181 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon
Our Blog at www.Katara-Rhythm.com is entitled "Living in America- Freedom is measured by Economics.” That will be our shows theme. “African-Americans’ buying power is expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2015.” This was a statement by Nielsen (9-22-2011) in their Consumer Report on the Power of the African-American Consumer. It was based upon data from couple of prominent consumer data-gathering organizations. Nielsen released a report on black consumption entitled Resilient, Receptive and Relevant in 2013. Those are the three key words we will look at on this show. Listen to comments from “People on the Street” regarding the consumer Report. It’s a new segment for our show. We examine the performance of Chadwick Boseman in the James Brown bio film “Get on Up.” We will review a couple of cuts from Bill Banfield’s Jazz Urbane CD, “Playing with Other People’s Heads.” Rich Tycoon will drop by allowing us to debut his latest recording. And of course, there will be other surprises. Join us for what promises to be a real lively show.
Tonight, Dave and Mike Slack will spend the first hour talking with Galen Chadwick, co-founder of Well Fed Neighbor Alliance. Then, we'll chat with Greg Tlapek, Libertarian candidate for Missouri State Representative from the 147th. Greg is opposed by incumbent Republican Kathy Swan and Democratic candidate Gary Gaines. We'll discuss the hot topics with Greg for the second hour.
And, we want to hear from you. Did you contact your Representative about Diehl or No Diehl? We want to hear what your Rep had to say.
Tomorrow night we'll talk with Duane Lester of Missouri Torch and Sean O'Toole, Libertarian candidate for State Auditor.
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If you are craving some of that unscripted Sophisticated Ignorance make sure you tune-in to Cypher Lounge Radio each Wednesday night as Dasha The Divine Divah and Hassahn Phenomenon are back at it ladies and gentlemen. As always, we got DJ Mark 1 on the one's and two's bringing you the exclusive Six Minute Mix! It's going down like four flat tires on a low-rider. Its on and poppin at 7pm PST! Tune-In Sucka!
Its been a long time, we shouldn't have left you without some Sophisticated Ignorance to bless you. Dasha The Divine Divah and Hassahn Phenomenon are back at it ladies and gentlemen.
After a well deserved hiatus we are back to bring you the very best you can get on a Wednesday evening. This week the dynamic duo welcome Cypher Lounge repeat offender, Cashmere to the party. He is sliding through to talk about his new project "Success Already." Guess what? IT'S FREE!
As always, we got DJ Mark 1 making it do what it do live in the Six Minute Mix. We got a hot topic and all you can handle. It's going down like four flat tires on a low-rider. Its on and poppin at 7pm PST! Tune-In Sucka!
Tony Wilson was named "The Young James Brown" and personally Endorsed by The Godfather of Soul himself, also by Bassist Bootsy Collins, Danny Ray The Capeman, Mrs. Tomirae Brown and Mr. Charles Bobbit ; it doesn't get any better than that! Tony is backed by the Original Musicians that toured with James Brown and has been electrifying audiences with his own personal style for many years around the world including The Netherlands, Japan, Sweden, Ireland, Germany, London, the UK, Switzerland, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, the West Indies, Paris France, Belgium and the United States.Tony has performed in some of the best Festivals and Venues in the world - The North Sea Jazz Festival Amsterdam/Rotterdam, The Cactus Festival Belgium, The Fuji Rock Festival in Japan, The O2 Wireless Hyde Park London and countless other Events and Venues Worldwide.
Mr. James Brown hand picked Tony Wilson to portray him in two IMDB shortfilm movies which include Funk Blast 1999 produced by Paul Allen from Microsoft and BMW Films Beat the Devil 2004 directed by Tony Scott and Ridley Scott
Tony Wilson is the only Entertainer/Musician that The Godfather of Soul James Brown endorsed and approved of in writing : " To Tony Wilson # 2, Keep on being me" - James Brown. JB called Tony personally to back him up at The Soul of America Festival in his hometown for what would turn out to be The Godfather's final concert in Augusta Geogia.
Fact: Did you know that James Brown single handedly wrote more songs than his mentors Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Strauss. The great Irving Berlin wrote 1.001 tunes and James Brown wrote 5,500 songs. What is the point? The point is that James Brown never wrote a song that he couldn't sing to his mother and he truly was a role model in the music industry and for all that loved him.
Tony Wilson, the Young James Brown is keeping the The Godfather of Soul's visual legacy alive and on the one!
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