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As the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble embark on their European tour, brother "Hudah" stops in and updates the Bodega Fresh Fans on the success of thier independent film, touring and what the future holds for the brothers. Tune in Sunday, 7m with host Nadine Michel
Join host Frank Anderson as he interviews cast members from the Houston Ensemble's latest production, By The Way, Meet Vera Starks. Also if you have a birthday listen in , you may hear your name in our weekly birthday shout outs, plus comedy corner and as always, our version of the Quiet Storm:For Lovers Onl
PAM Time - PAM Murphy: Ensemble Singing
Enjoy an episode featuring some fun information on Music and the benefits from singing in an ensemble situation. Enjoy the dynamic vocal melodies of PAM Murphy as she features original songs from her personal repertoire. Listen to the wonderful sounds of the children's choir - HVC Pipers, as the group ranging in ages 6 to 18 years of age, join together in harmony to add a beautiful ensemble blend to PAM's original songs. Be inspired by her practical and excellent vocal tips for anyone who loves to sing. PAM is a professional soprano vocalist, and was classically trained by Calvin Gage at Crane School of Music. Listen to her inspirational quotes and stories as PAM relates her songs and messages in a refreshing way. Tune in for a night filled with great music and fun! It's PAM-Time!
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Today, we speak with singer, Myrna Clayton and founder of the Voices Embodied Ensemble, which is a unique show style singing group that features talented singers who have physical challenges and awesome voices. This power packed show will feature these amazing singers using their gifts to empower others to use theirs. The ensemble performs some of the latest contemporary songs as well as classic songs across genres and will be performing on November 6 in Atlanta.
JOINING US THIS WEEK ON "MAN ABOUT TOWN WITH DONN CARL HARPER"WILL BE ACTOR, SINGER, ENTERTAINER,VINCENT HARRIS,KNOWN BY HIS FANS AFFECTIONATELY AS "VINO' IS AN ACCOMPLISHED SINGER ACTOR HAVING PERFORMED,TOURED ALL OVER THE U.S., SMOKEY ROBINSON, JACKIE WILSON,SAM COOKE ARE SOME OF THE SINGERS HE HAS PORTRAYED...WHAT A VOICE!..LAST OF THE TORCH SINGERS!...TUNE IN TONIGHT ! LIVE CALL IN 646-200-0948....TALK WIRE RADIO!
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The Prog community is buzzing with excitement about the new release by progressive rock ensemble Exovex featuring members of Porcupine Tree, NIN, Devo, Sting & Steely Dan! Radio Silence is the project's debut album and features Josh Freese (NIN, A Perfect Circle, Devo) and Keith Carlock (Sting, John Meyer, Steely Dan) on drums. The album also showcases two members of Porcupine Tree, Gavin Harrison on drums and Richard Barbieri on keyboards and synthesizers. All songs on the album were written, performed and produced by songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dale Simmons.
In 1983, Shannon was enrolled at york College and toured with the New York Jazz Ensemble. Quintin Hicks, an associate of the production team of Mark Liggett and Chris Barbosa and auditioned with the song "She Can't Love You Like I Do". They introduced her to the selection "Fire and Ice," which would later evolve into Shannon'ssignature song., "Let the Music Play". " its unique sound, called "The Shannon Sound," would later come to be known as "freestyle"."Let The Music Play" would also be the title of Shannon's debut album released in 1984.
In September 1983, "Let The Music Play" was released, and Shannon was invited back to record more songs with Liggett and Barbosa. The single reached #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Billboard R&B and Hot Dance Club Play charts. It also was ranked at #49 of Billboard's Top 100 songs of 1984. It was later ranked #23 among Billboard's best dance songs of all-time.
Joe "Funhouse" Celestine, of the original New York Funhouse will also join us. FunHouse opened up on March 30, 1979 by 4 partners - Joe, Ronnie, Jerry & Vinnie. The Funhouse was a popular 1980s club on Manhattan's West side that became a way of life for many in NYC and the surrounding boros. DJ John "Jellybean" Benitez made this his home with his unique style as a DJ and yes, this is where Madonna started her carreer, along with other legendary artists such as New Edition. One of the Village People even got married there. The club became very famous. It was included in many articles about disco and the dance scene.
DW3 “Vintage Truth”
With the release of their highly-anticipated Woodward Avenue Records debut, Southern California’s premiere R&B, funk and contemporary urban jazz powerhouse DW3 lets the world in on a cool “Vintage Truth.” Driven by the ever-evolving musical vision of core members - brothers Eric and Billy Mondragon and Damon Reel - their deepening artistry continues to transcend a well-earned reputation as a high energy, fun and freewheeling party band. While they continue to anchor Thursday nights and the 94.7 The Wave Sunday Brunch at Spaghettini in Seal Beach and electrify festival and cruise-goers as they have for more than a decade, the versatile ensemble is rapidly emerging as a multi-faceted recording outfit in their own right.
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Currently living in Los Angeles, Amy K. Bormet is an active pianist, vocalist, arranger, and composer. The quintet from her debut album, Striking, was featured as part of the 2012 Mary Lou Williams Jazz Festival at the Kennedy Center. In 2011, Amy created the Washington Women in Jazz Festival in Washington, DC, and continues to serve as executive director.
In addition to her piano performances, Ms. Bormet is a prolific composer. She was commissioned to arrange her composition “Lightning” for the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra and Howard University's Afro Blue, which premiered on the National Mall as a part of Jazz Appreciation Month. She has been commissioned to write for the Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra, Howard University Jazz Ensemble, and the Brad Linde Ensemble among others. Her music is featured in short films, radio dramas, and audio books.
Amy is an alumna of the Kennedy Center's residency program for composer/performers, Betty Carter’s Jazz Ahead, and the inaugural Mary Lou Williams Emerging Artist Workshop. She received her master’s degree in jazz studies from Howard University in 2010. As a member of the Howard University Jazz Ensemble, Amy toured Japan, and performed at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater with NEA Jazz Master McCoy Tyner.
Join us this evening as I interview John Kordalewski a pianist and composer who leads the Makanda project. When you tune in this evening, you will also hear the music of Makanda Ken McIntyre as interpreted by the Makanda project. John studied and performed with Makanda. As of 2014, he has arranged over 40 compositions for the ensemble. The project has 14 members who play the unheard compositions of Makanda Ken McIntyre. Some of the other musicians included in the band are Eddie Allen, Ku-umba Frank Lacy, Bill Lowe, John Lockwood, and Yoron Israel. In addition, the band includes Diane Richardson on vocals and dancer Mickey Davidson. Learn more about Makanda Ken McIntyre and the project when you listen to the program this evening. As always, the program Jazz Notes strives to keep jazz alive!
Now that you've all seen Avengers or heard so much about that you're sick of hearing about it, you're gonna hear about it from Kai and I.
Marvel's second foray into ensemble superhero went off without much of a hitch leaving a lot of people looking at DC/Warner as if to say "can you do any better?"
Warner Bros. seeming to feel the invisible eyes on them chose this weekend to release promo pictures for their ensemble comic book movie "Suicide Squad" which raised more questions than answered prayers.
while people have definitely responded favorably to the set photos and costume reveals, as par for the course, almost and equal amount of people have responded with either cautious optimism or flat out disappointment.
this comes on the heels of a scathing Hollywood Reporter article criticising Warner Bros' approach to their cinematic universe and the creative team behind it.
we'll discuss all this and try not to slur our words at the same time
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