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  • 00:51

    Direct Line Interview with Tocarra Hamilton

    in Music

    We go live for another installment of our "DIRECT LINE" Interview series and chop it up live with artist Tocarra Hamilton on #K100RADIO. We ask in depth questions about her music and grind with this exclusive interviews. Listen in on BTR or with the tunein mobile app http://tun.in/se8P4 or on #iTunesRadio or with our #andriod or #iphone apps or visit our website www.K100Radio.com ( Chainless Ent )

  • 00:26

    "Percolate" with Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino

    in Self Help

    Is there a voice inside of you that’s urging you to make changes and seek a richer, more fulfilling life? Do you feel like you’ve been searching for something more meaningful, even if you don’t know exactly what it is?


    Have no fear - Percolate will show you how to let your best self filter through and thrive!


    This week, author Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino will talk about her empowering, heartwarming, and often humorous book, and how it can help you wake up to what’s possible!


    Allow your heart and mind to simmer with fresh ideas to achieve your goals and enhance your wellbeing, and enable your
    spirit and passion to rise to the top like the foam on your latte.


    Elizabeth is the founder and CEO of the Best Ever You Network, and understands firsthand the challenges life can bring.  She has worked with thousands across the globe to illuminate their light within and help them live their best life. She has a degree in communications and broadcasting; is a life coach, food-allergy expert, and anaphylaxis survivor; and is the host of The Best Ever You Show.


    You can find out more about Elizabeth by visiting her websites: ElizabethHamiltonGuarino.com and BestEverYou.com.

  • 00:59

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

    in Religion

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

  • 01:04

    Doug Gentile: Conversation with a Missionary

    in Spirituality

    This week our special guest will be Doug Gentile. Doug Gentile is a Missionary, Author and former Federal Civil Rights Officer who received several Awards, including a Presidential Award.  Mr. Gentile founded James 2 Association, a Christian nonprofit with a mission to unify Christian churches across racial/ethnic lines for Evangelism and Gospel-based community transformation.  As the leader of James 2 Association, he is spearheading several unique programs, including a Desegregating Sundays initiative; a Multi-Ethnic Christian Public Policy unity project to try to minimize racial divisions among Christians in politics; and the first-ever campaign to carve out a Christian niche in the suspense thriller fiction market.  His published books include “Tea Party Meets Ethnic Synergy”, under the pen name Vic Tyler (hard cover); and “Light Before Time” (e-book).  Mr. Gentile is the proud father of two young adult sons.  

  • 02:01

    THE NDUSTRY TALKS WITH AUTHOR, ERIC BROYLES!

    in Current Events

    Eric Broyles is an entrepreneur, attorney, and author who recently published “Encounters with Police: A Black Man’s Guide to Survival” with co-author and police officer Adrian Jackson. The book comes at a critical time in our nation, tackling the controversy surrounding the slayings of unarmed African American men by law enforcement officers and providing guidance to African American boys and men on how to survive encounters with police. Specifically, the book offers advice on how to think about interaction with police to lower the chances of escalation, provides information on legal and administrative rights citizens have to redress police misconduct so no hostilities occur at the time of encounter, and includes practical step-by-step guidelines on how to respond to police when pulled over for traffic stops or when stopped for questioning outside of traffic encounters. In a recent interview on Washington DC’s Fox 5 Morning News, Broyles stated that while the book is titled “A Black Man’s Guide to Survival,” the tips are race and gender neutral. He points out that by and large, police officers are not bad actors, but in cases where minorities “face targeting, hostility, and bias,” they should go through the complaint process where “you actually start to build a paper trail which will help the police department ferret out who the bad actors are. Can you imagine if Darren Wilson in Ferguson had five written complaints on him prior to the Michael Brown incident?” he asked.  Broyles’ book is available on Amazon,

  • 00:24

    Are You A Lisa Fischer Fan?

    in Business

    Listen in to Nash Johnson, (Lisa Fischer's #1 Fan), talk about the amazing R&B Vocalist and Songwriter, Lisa Fischer. Lisa is the backup singer for the Rolling Stones and many other bands as well. Her voice will give you goosebumps! Listen in for yourself as we play some of her music in the interview. 

  • 02:04

    Keith Hamilton Cobb MRTR

    in Pop Culture

    Celebrating Over 150 Episodes!


    Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti


    #MyRealTalkRadio interviews Former ABC's All My Children Star: Keith Hamilton Cobb.


    This is where I try to make the story of my life appear interesting, isn't it? Well... I was born a poor Black child... But seriously, I dislike these immensely. I'm not sure I know how to be interesting, which I suspect at times I am, and not flagrantly self-aggrandizing, which I despise, at the same time... These are the facts: Nothing is particularly noteworthy until after I graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts in 1987. Prior to that, I was nominally studying English, and thinking I might become a professor of literature. or a novelist, or a high performance car mechanic... And really it's the unnoteworthy stuff that makes a guy who he is, and not the stuff that happens in the public eye... But, oh yeah, the facts... I trained as a stage actor. I'm still most at home while acting for the stage. I remain most specifically an actor, but have also written extensively, several pieces of short fiction and pieces for the stage. I am looking forward to directing for the stage again sometime in the future. And I am still intent on being in at least one quintessential police drama for the big screen. 

    I have been an acting coach, I photographer, a woodworker, a painter, a poet.


    www.Facebook.com/MYREALTALKRADIO

  • 01:58

    State Sovereignty: Doug Libla, Dave Hinson, Galen Higdon

    in Politics Conservative

    It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!


    Senator Doug Libla (Missouri 25) has introduced a bill (SB 331) that restricts the release and use of footage from police car and body cameras. He's also made the news recently for introducing a bill that raises gasoline tax (SB 540). We'll discuss these issues with Doug during the first segment.


    Then, we will talk with Representative Dave Hinson (District 119; St Clair and Franklin/Washington Counties) about his bill to decriminalize medical cannabis (HB 800). This bill has passed out of the Select Committee and awaits a House debate.


    Finally, we will speak with Representative Galen Higdon (District 11; St Joseph and Platte/Buchanan Counties). Galen sponsored HB 762, which forbids the State from requiring law enforcement agencies to uitilize body or dash cameras. It also specifies the rules under which those recordings (when they exist) must be released.


    Join us at 7PM Missouri Time on Saturday for this hour. You can call on the studio line at 347-677-1835 to participate with Dave, Mike, and the guests.


     

  • 01:27

    Eric Karge Live

    in Military

    Join us this week as we welcome country music singer songwriter, Eric Karge. Eric was voted Maryland’s “2014 Country Music Artist of the Year” during the first-annual Maryland Music Awards recently held at Rams Head Live in Baltimore. Karge, who is from small town Preston, MD., was nominated in three categories including “Country Artist of the Year”, “Songwriter of the Year”, and “Breakout Artist of the Year”. Fans placed Karge in the top five for the three categories. In 2012, Karge released his debut EP titled “Small Town Night”. The EP features six from-the-heart original songs including “Small Town Night”, written about the town in which he grew up; “Irrigation from God”, inspired by the costly need for crop irrigation; “Hell Yeah”, a single inspired by meeting country artist Brantley Gilbert. Karge also wrote several meaningful songs including “If That’s What it Takes”, a tribute to his Marine brother Robbie and fellow members of the Marine Corps. Karge is currently working with Producer Dick Hodgin on a new military tribute album recording at Osceola Studio's in Raleigh, NC. The new album is scheduled to be released spring 2015. We will talk to Eric about his upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at his music, feature his latest songs, and ask him to share his message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Eric Karge at http://erickarge.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with with Eric during the show (718) 766-4193. If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Join us, Sunday 4/26/2015 at 4 PM EDT Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

  • 00:29
  • 00:59

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams

    in Religion

    The Jesus Encounter with Prophet Eric Williams