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For almost 10 years you have gotten to know her as a regular on stage and film in productions by Tyler Perry, but soulful singer Cheryl Pepsii Riley is a woman living with passion and purpose each and every day. She tops by Conversations LIVE to talk with host Cyrus Webb and guest co-host Gail Ambeau of "Fashion Forward" about the journey, the music and what's to come.
Ms. Cheryl Pepsii Riley stops by to talk to LaDonna Raeh on Life and the Publice Figure. Please join us as we talk about how she got started in the music business and where it took her throughout her life. Not to mention, where she is now!
In 1988 her debut album, "Me, Myself, and I". This album, unlike most being released during that time, featured songs filled with positive and encouraging messages. From that album, Cheryl recorded her #1 smash hit "Thanks For My Child".
Cheryl has taken her acting even further and made her film debut in 1999 in the celebrated independent film and winner of a 1999 urban film festival award, "Colorz of Rage". This show stopping performer was featured in the stage play, "Madea's Class Reunion", written by and co-starring Mr. Tyler Perry. Currently, you can see and hear her artistry in the 2005 Blockbuster #1 hit movie and soundtrack, "Diary of A Mad Black Woman", as well as onstage with the stage play "Madea Goes To Jail", also written, produced, and starring Mr. Perry.
Her new CD, entitled "Let Me Be Me", is available right now!
An Artist, An Actress, A Lady, A Blessing!
The R&B diva, who first charted in 1988 with the ballad Thanks for My Child, and more recently has scored feature roles in Tyler Perry’s stage plays,chats about her feeble attempts to glam out. “I’ve always been the hightop, Chuck Taylor kind of girl. For a very long time, and even for my current album, Let Me Be Me, people would see me in New York and in jeans and sneakers and some kind of funky top,” Cheryl Pepsii Riley tells Conversations with Music host Cyrus Webb. “But when I’m doing my show, especially if it’s on TV, I start out in a glitzty dress and heels—I feel like my mamma’s gonna cuss at me if I don’t—but at some point in the performance, those heels usually come off. Because I got to be flat-footed when I sing. And I don’t want to think about wardrobe malfunctions.”
Amy L. Riley is the author of Loving the Pregnant You, a behavioral analyst, and pregnancy coach. Amy’s desire for all expectant mothers is that they feel empowered and creative during their pregnancies, without being trapped inside any of the circumstances that may come up during this important and emotional time.
This book will help you answer the questions…
How can I enjoy my pregnancy as much as possible?
How can I deal with any issues that come up in an empowering way?
How can I discover and stay true to the choices that I want to make during my pregnancy?
How can I be the person I most want to be while expecting?
How can I stay present to the miracle?
We'll hear more from Amy on why she got into the field of pregnancy coaching, what she commonly sees in her clients, and exlpore ways that you can empower yourself in your pregnancy. Come listen!
Learn more about Amy at her website, and check out her current offering, Mommies Made Ready video series, here.
To learn more about your show's host, Bridgit Danner, see her website here. Be sure to pick up one of her free ebooks on the homepage.
The Ebola virus has reached American soil. Workers who contracted the virus in Africa have been brought home for treatment. A vistor to the US has become the first diagnosed case on US soil and now a nurse who cared for this man is infected with the Ebola virus. Nurses are on the frontline when caring for those with communicable diseases. The workplace is a potentially hazardous place for dedicated professions who vow to care for the sick. Nurses ask that they are given the information, guidance and support to safely care for others without putting themselves at risk. We are nurses not martyrs.
The NNIA network present's Recovery Radio Fresno with Louis Angel and guest Christine Riley. This is good friends daughter who has a good real life story about change and survival. Christine wrote "I BEEN TO PRISION 22 times smoked crack for 26 years lost all my children in the system then one day i just finally became tired an decided to change my life. I went to a program gave my life to the lord and never looked back. God Blessed me with another baby and things are truly different for me."
If you would like to be guest call me after the show at 558-492-0215, or email@example.com. You can also speak with us live by calling the number listed above. Please hear our other shows on Sunday at 9pm with Dwayne Wilson. Recovery Radio Fresno is bringing the message of hope to the listeners. Find our group on Facebook.
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