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Charles Berrin is the RDJ of Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all the best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more. Each Saturday from 2 to 4pm (EST) broadcasting from Washington, DC, USA.
DJ Deeper Impakt in France hosts this weekly session on the Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all the best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more. Each Friday from 9pm til 10pm (CET) broadcasting from FRANCE
YUCA is a Canadian alt rock band made up of Matt Borck on lead vocals and guitar, Andy Boldt on bass and backing vocals, and Dave Atkinson on drums. YUCA’s sound has been described as “epic and unparalleled” and compared to Muse, Radiohead, Coldplay, and U2. Their live performances routinely fill stadiums engage their audiences to experience raw emotion and power. They have launched a new music distribution model and Borck will be on hand to tell us all about it.
Corinne West, a Bay Area-based fourth generation Californian, has been described as “the Siren of the Sierras” with a voice that “invokes angels, if angels had a dangerous side.” Corinne’s powerful and eloquent voice, and transformative songwriting has earned her a place at the apex of the global acoustic roots scene. She has recently released her fifth album, Starlight Highway, already praised by critics as her best ever – which is saying a lot. Corinne will take time from the album release tour to talk with us and play some of the new tunes.
Multitalented, musical genius Miche Braden joins us today for Brunch In The Basement With JaVonne to share some of her favorite music with us. Miche is a singer, song writer, musician, actress, who has done it all with a musical ear that is unmatched. She has toured the one woman play "The Devil's Music" the life and times of Bessie Smith which allows you to live an experience of being in the presence of Bessie herself. Miche is the musical mentor to many, including yours truly. So, sit back and enjoy...you might learn a thing or two in the process!
Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. Join us for an encore presentation ofThe Music Issue, featuring our old friend, composer David Raiklen (Space Command, Mia: A Dancer's Journey, Universal Soldiers), and our new friend, composer Matthew Margeson (Kingsman: The Secret Service, Captain America: Winter Soldier, X-Men First Class) all about the great music that we fans usually get to take for granted. And as a special treat for the big Avengers weekend, we present, for the first time since 1952, recently unearthed episodes of the old radio drama Brock Dandy P.I., which proves that the Avengers have been around a lot longer than you thought!
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Special Mention Conroy Walker Imar Shephard and VC a.k.a. Valton Craigie
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(A EnsomFinest Reggae Artist- Tasha Tee - In the Jungle
(A EnsomFinest Reggae Artist - Errol Bonnick -Sunshine
Bryan Art -Fresh Start
(A EnsomFinest Reggae Artist-Sheldon Senior - Pack up your Troubles
Aima Moses - I will be alright
Nikki Burt - Dreams
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Reggae Queen - Fly with me
Imar - Feelings
(A EnsomFinest Reggae Artist- Shuga - Ebony
(A EnsomFinest Reggae Artist- Nickeishi Barnes -Hey You
(A EnsomFinest Reggae Artist) VC - Roll It
(A EnsomFinest Reggae Artist - Dillgin - Black Cinderella
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In this episode our host, Kenny Fulton, will be reflecting on past guests and their musical journey. We will look back at four fabulous guests: Tiffany Blu, Brian Jasper Hull, Kirk Abernathy, and Ric Delozier. Kenny will be playing some of his favorite songs from these artists and reflect on some of his favoite moments from their interviews.
Emerging from Alabama’s Gulf Coast like an exciting and electric force of musical nature, multi-talented composer, trumpeter and vocalist David Jones calls his brand of Smooth Jazz, “Soul Jazz” and titles it BEAUTIFUL MUSIC! There’s so much more here than that title implies. With the help of guitarist Eric Essix, Jones gets the party off to a soulful, funk-drenched start, having his trumpet declare on his radio hit, “Let The Players Play.” He and Essix keep the rock/soul hoppin’ on “Glory Be.” Jones includes lovely vocals and trumpet ballads and even an explosive Gospel tune. It’s BEAUTIFUL MUSIC for fans with expansive tastes! ~Jonathan Widran
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Your host, Janel and her co-hosts Lauren, Kim, Unique, and Sandman will be giving you real talk, interesting interviews,Hot Topics and funny moments; including prank calling, good music, pop culture and current events. Don't Miss This Saturday! Don't Miss Any Saturdays!
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Today we will discuss how the press has twisted the truth to creat these TRIAL BY THE PRESS cases of brutal Police Murders of Black People. I am going to try and broad cast from my iPad today, the show is going on the Road. My have a surprise for the audience.5/30/2015*******One of the shrewd ways that they use the press to project us in the eye or image of a criminal: they take statistics. And with the press they feed these statistics to the public, primarily the white public. Because there are some well-meaning persons in the white public as well as bad-meaning persons in the white public. And whatever the government is going to do, it always wants the public on its side, whether it's the local government, state government, federal government. So they use the press to create images. And at the local level, they'll create an image by feeding statistics to the press--through the press showing the high crime rate in the Negro community. As soon as this high crime rate is emphasized through the press, then people begin to look upon the Negro community as a community of criminals. Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz.THE AMERICAN SLAVE CODE in THEORY AND PRACTICE: its distinctive features shown by its statues, judicial decisions, and illustrative facts.WILLIAM GOODELL 2.) Free peopled of color may be and continually are brought into Slavery, in this country, in a variety of ways. Some of these ways have been already specified, incidentally, while treating of other topics. Some will be specified hereafter. And they will be clustered together and averted again, in a chapter on "The Liberties of the Free People of Color." In the mean time, the topic demands attention here, in our inquiry concerning the subjects of slavery, and we shall cite some particulars which need not be repeated again.