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How does band size matter? To what extent is energy or drive written into the music? What’s the relationship between listening and leading? Today, we’ll trade fours with extraordinary Bassist Christian McBride whose low notes take him to high places. Join our conversation by calling, 347-989-8321, 11AM Eastern /8AM Pacific and “Get in on the rhythm.”
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Tavis Talks: Christian McBride. Virtuoso bassist Christian McBride tells Tavis Smiley about the round table discussion he's moderating on the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem.
Quote from McBride- "James Brown called me and said, "Mr. McBride, we got a problem." Christian McBride, on the time James Brown threatened to sue him.
American Vernacular's Music Spoken Here series welcomes three-time Grammy award winning jazz bassist Christian McBride. Currently on tour with his new cd, "Out Here", McBride joins AV live in-studio to talk about his latest project, putting the "soul" back in the music and why the preservation of it is so vital to America's history, culture and future.
Want to join the conversation? Call us at 619-768-2924.
The Christian McBride Trio completes a four-night engagement on Sunday, October 6th, at Catalina Bar & Grill in Hollywood, CA. For more details or reservations, call 323-466-2210 or visit
PROGRAMMING NOTE: American Vernacular airs at a 4:00PM instead of 2:00PM PDT.
To study the Word Of God with simplicity and understanding!
A guest minister Pastor Lawrence Roberts
The Riverside Knights return to the court to host Franklin Christian Academy in the final home game of the regular season.
Jennifer Galownia with The Ron Retzer Trio joins the program in Hour 1 to talk about their new Christian music cd, "BEING HAPPY." Jennifer will also talk about her possum, Walter, and her love of animals!
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In hour 2 - it's Disco Diva Cynthia Manley joining the party to celebrate her upcoming Valentine's Day appearance at Rage nightclub in West Hollywood! Click here for Event Details!
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in Self Help
Pick up your Bed and Walk. Call in number is 347-237-4648 to listen by phone or speak to the Host. Dr. Richard Gladiator Johnson addresses another major success principle in life ---To get to where you are going you must pick up your bed and walk. The miracle of success is within us---the requirement of action!!! Peter walked on water and Jesus told a cripple to pick up his bed and walk away. In like manner we must also keep our eyes on our destiny as we Pick up our Bed and Walk towards victory after victory!
Tough Talk Christian Radio with Host Tony Gambone with Special Guest Darla Noble and David Lee Windecher:
Darla Noble is a Christian author/ghostwriter and speaker with over 25 years of experience in the Christian market as well as nearly 30 years of service in youth/family ministry.
Darla's weekly parenting blog, Because Momma D Says (www.mommadsays.blogspot.com) can be heard on Daybreak USA with Angie Austin each Wednesday morning and is expanding to other radio stations in early 2106.
Darla and her husband of thirty-five years have four children, five grandchildren, and enjoy spending time outdoors and traveling.
David Lee Windecher was raised impoverished in the gang-infested streets of Miami. David was first arrested at age eleven. What started as desperate measures to feed his family of six turned into a criminal lifestyle racked with vice and violence. Over the following eight years, Windecher joined a gang, sold dope, built and masterminded a crime ring and was arrested 13 times.
David Lee Windecher beat the self-imposed negative cycle of street life through an unwavering faith in God and sheer commitment to be better. He vanquished self-doubt and conquered his deep fears of fitting in at school to pursue an education. David fought tirelessly to beat the system holding him down. He overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles to achieve his dream and change his fate