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  • 00:59

    LETS GO RADIO WITH DJ DOUBLE O: FACES OF SUCCESS RADIO 105FM

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    Lets Go Radio! DJ Double O on Faces of Sucess Radio 105FM Every Thrusday @ 9PM!


    Find out whats going on R&B + Hip-Hop + Rap = Reggae Lets Go call in 646-668-2238

  • 01:58

    EDDIE JONES RADIO TALK SHOW - MONDAYS - 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST - TUNE IN

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    President of the los Angeles Civil Rights Association


    Eddie Jones Jr. a native of Los Angeles, CA. has been president of the Los Angeles Civil


    Rights Association for ten years and a public servant for the last twenty years. Mr. Jones has worked with a variety of leaders from all over the United States such as Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AI Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Yvonne Burke, Congress woman Diane Watson, Congress woman Maxine Waters, Dr. Martin Luther King Ill, John Mack, Council Man Herb Wesson, Council Man Bernard Parks, Dick Gregory, Danny Bakewell Sr., and a host of other governors, congress people, council people.


    Eddie Jones Jr. has worked on a variety of cases with the Los Angeles Civil Rights


    Association along with the department of justice to investigate wrongful treatment of innocent people along with other major issues. Some cases that the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association has worked on include the wrongful death of Woodrow Player Jr. who was shot in the back with no weapon found, the Kevin Wicks shooting, the Devin Brown shooting, the Tyiesha Miller shooting, the wrongful killing of John Thomas Horton Ill who was beat to death and hung in the men's central jail in downtown Los Angeles unveiling the cover up of beatings and misconduct.


    Mr. Jones has also worked very closely with the families of cases such as the shooting of


    Montae Ray Talbert also known as M-Bone, and so many other cases.


    The Los Angeles Civil Right Association makes it a priority to help the community in a


    variety of ways. They have collaborated with council man Herb Wesson to put a street light on Rodeo at Dorsey High school where nine year old Demaria Grant was hit and killed by a hit and run driver. They provide food for the homeless every Friday from seven pm to ten pm.

  • 02:03

    Long Beach High School Student Stabbed to Death - Eddie Jones Talk Show - Monday

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    KESHAWN BROOKS


    Long Beach High School Student Stabbed to Death - Eddie Jones Talk Show - Monday at 9:00 am PST


    Please tune in and join the Eddie Jones Talk Show and the guest that will be appearing


    9:00 am - KEYON LAYTON  the father of KEYON LAYTON the Long Beach High School Student Stabbed to Death and DANGER MAN also appearing ALEX NAREZ who was on the scene at the time of the stabbing when KESHAWN BROOKS the Long Beach High School Student Stabbed to Death. 


    10:00 am PST Ms.Pearl Adame the founder of FACES OF SUCCESS RADIO and then following open mic, hottopics open to the public. Right here on the EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW the President of the los Angeles Civil Rights Association


    Eddie Jones Jr. a native of Los Angeles, CA. has been president of the Los Angeles Civil


    Rights Association for ten years and a public servant for the last twenty years. Mr. Jones has worked with a variety of leaders from all over the United States such as Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AI Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Yvonne Burke, Congress woman Diane Watson, Congress woman Maxine Waters, Dr. Martin Luther King Ill, John Mack, Council Man Herb Wesson, Council Man Bernard Parks, Dick Gregory, Danny Bakewell Sr., and a host of other governors, congress people, council people.


    Eddie Jones Jr. has worked on a variety of cases with the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association along with the department of justice to investigate wrongful treatment of innocent people along with other major issues. 


     


     

  • 02:00

    JAY ANTHONY BROWN - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW -TUE, MAR 17, 2015 - 7 :00 PM PST

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    James Anthony Brown (born in Columbia, South Carolina) is an American comedian, actor and radio personality. He received thePeabody Award and the NAACP Image Award.


    Brown started his career in Atlanta, Georgia, after relocating there from his home in South Carolina almost thirty years ago.[when?] A tailor by trade, Brown aspired to be a clothing designer before putting together a comedy routine after entering a local 'gong show' contest in a local nightclub, Mr. V's Figure Eight. Invited back to host on a regular basis, Brown became a fixture, performing there for the next two years.


    He left Atlanta for Los Angeles, California, in 1989 to pursue work in television, quickly finding a job as a staff writer for the nationally syndicated, late-night talk show, The Arsenio Hall Show. After five years, Brown found other writing assignments for such sitcoms as The Parenthood and Me and the Boys.


    He has performed on Vibe, Def Comedy Jam, It's Showtime at the Apollo, An Evening at the Improv and The Oprah Winfrey Show, and had recurring roles on Moesha, Living Single and The Parenthood, as well as guest spots on The Parkers and Sparks. His motion picture work includes roles in Def Jam's How to Be a Player, Pay the Price, Drumline and Mr. 3000. He has also warmed up audiences at the tapings of Martin, Sister, Sister, Roc and Hangin' with Mr. Cooper.


    Brown is currently[when?] appearing on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, a nationwide radio show broadcast from Dallas, Texas.


    Brown was awarded a NAACP Image Award and Peabody Award in 1993 for his contribution to reconstruction after the 1992 LA uprising.


    Brown is working as executive producer for an upcoming reality competition TV show.

  • 02:01

    CHOCOLATE JAZZ - THURSDAYS - 9:00 pm PST - DJ TAVIS - FACES OF SUCCESS RADIO

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    Listen in tonight and Tuesday and Thursday If your looking for a spot to chill out and listen to some good R&B & soul and a touch of chocolate jazz, Listen in @ 9 pm view some local art and network with black business leaders and kick back tonight ! TUNE IN ,Neo -soul,slow jams good food ,Smooth like butter on hot toast , all my people in,Bay area , Sacramento, Los Angeles ,Portland and Seattle and around the world set your dial and log on tonight

  • 02:02

    The Eddie Jones Radio Talk Show

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    President of the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association Speaks Out' On Black History And the foster care system 

  • 00:56

    DAVID PIC CONLEY-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW-TUES, APR 14, 2015 -7:00 PM PST

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    Taking a leap of faith Conley began his professional career when he moved to Los Angeles with David Townsend. It was there he joined the group Port Authority in 1976. After an un-released record with 20th Century Records Conley left the group to join Mandrill in 1977. In 1978 he made his television debut with Mandrill performing on the popular show Soul Train hosted by Don Cornelius. Conley released only one album with Mandrill, New Worlds, in 1979. Conley left the group and after a short hiatus Townsend and Conley collaborated on the beginnings Surface. When Conley became the founder of the Multi-Platinum Soul/R&B group Surface in 1983 the original group consisted of Conley and Karen Copeland. Townsend collaborated by writing and producing. In that same year Surface released their debut single, Falling in Love performed by Copeland, which peaked at #84 on Billboard's Black Singles chart, staying on the chart for 4 weeks. In the U.K., the song peaked at #67 on the U.K. Singles chart. In addition Surface recorded 2 more singles with her; When Your Ex Wants You Back and Stop Holding Back. After Copeland left the group in 1984 Bernard Jackson and David Townsend replaced her by becoming the Surface we know today. More success came in 1985 when Conley became a staff writer for Screen Gems BMI. Shortly after in 1986 Surface landed a record deal with Columbia leading them to release their debut album in 1987. The album peaked at #55 on the Billboard 200 and #11 on Billboard's R&B Albums chart. In 1989,

  • 00:45

    Vel Omarr - Exclusive Interview - Thurs, Mar 5, 2015 - 6:00 PM PST

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    Vel Omarr 


    Vel Omarr was born on a small farm in the Mississippi Delta. His mother found that living in the south and working the cotton fields could not be all that life had to offer. Like many before her, she packed her bags and took the "next train smoking" to Chicago in search of better things.

    Vel remained in Mississippi with his grandparents. He attended church on Sundays and recalls traveling to neighboring towns participating in or sometimes observing the "Gospel Fests."

    At the age of eight, Vel moved to Chicago and reunited with his mother. This was pure culture shock! "From the sticks to the bricks," says Vel. The first song he heard on the radio as the train pulled into the station was "You Send Me" sung by Sam Cooke. "The song eased my longing to be back home in Mississippi", Vel remembers. Vel discovered his love for singing at the age of 14, and upon graduating, he decided to entertain the idea of singing as a way of life. In the early 1970's, Vel boarded a plane bound for Los Angeles to reposition himself, focus, and to pursue his dream as an entertainer.

    Vel joined the legendary R&B / DooWop group, the Robins, as their second tenor lead singer, for a reunion tour in 1991. He remained with H.B. Barnum and The Robins until 1995, and then began touring with Brenton Wood as the opening act for Brenton Wood's Sweet Old School Revue. In 2003 he joined The Olympics as one of their lead singers and has performed along side other legendary artists like, Little Anthony and the Imperials, The Penquins, The Coasters, Gene Chandler, The Flamingos, Zola Taylors of the Platters, and many more.

  • 02:00

    Larry ' Fuzzy' Knight - Exclusive Interview-Fri, Mar 20, 2015 - 6:00 pm PST

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    For nearly two decades, blues/R&B/soul group Blowin’ Smoke has been one of the most in-demand, successful bands on the Southern California live music circuit. Front and center in Blowin’ Smoke is its creator, bandleader/bassist/vocalist, Larry “Fuzzy” Knight – whose impressive musical resume’ includes a decade-plus stint as bassist for one of the great SoCal bands to emerge from the psychedelic era of the Sixties, Spirit.  Knight has also recently launched a new band project, Sky King, featuring some top-name musicians, all the while keeping Blowin’ Smoke going strong (in fact, Blowin’ Smoke has a “Post-Apocalyptic Pre-Christmas Concert/Dance Party” at Harvelle’s in Santa Monica on Saturday, December 22).


    All Access Editor/Publisher Debra Stocker (AAM) recently sat down with Larry “Fuzzy” Knight to discuss his storied career and what musical adventures lay ahead. Here’s how the interview went.


    AAM: When did you first start in the music business, and what was the first band and/or music project you were associated with?


    LFK: If starting in the music business means the same as, when did I start performing as a ‘Professional   Musician’?  I began playing blues guitar in St. Louis (where I was born) at the age of 15 (around 1959-1960) I was lucky enough to hear the legends (before they were legends) on KATZ, Sweet 16 (Black) Radio that would broadcast ‘live’ from different nightclubs at night featuring bands such as Albert King, Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm, Little Milton, and Chuck Berry. I used to sneak into the clubs because I was underage and eventually started sitting in with the bands and soon I was offered a gig playing with Billy Gayles, who had recorded a hit record with Ike Turner called, “Tore Up”.  

  • 02:02

    LA'ROCK INSPIRATIONAL RADIO - EVERY TUESDAY - 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM PST

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    I am a motivational speaker, community liaison, youth mentor,poet, and singer. I am here to make a difference in this world through my voice!!!

  • 01:59

    NYAIRWAVES YOUTH RADIO - FRIDAY - 5:00 pm PST - BE SURE TO TUNE IN........

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    GUEST (2)


    Dwaine Lewis 37 year old from Mandeville Manchester Jamaica. He began his vocal journey as a child, deeply inspired by his family. The house was always filled with music, of course having seven sisters and three brothers, him being the youngest, they were always giving him musical inspiration. He’s a very versatile writer and performer. Currently, turned rapper and DJ, freestyle being his strong suite, he loves to be the life of the crowd and giving his all in every performance.


    GUEST (1)


    Chesapeake, Ohio Native Joshua Lee Coffee is the ultimate definition of a rags to riches life story.  Struggling with the support of his family, only having his grandmother as his rock and raised him, he took life by the horns and conducted his own destiny and dreams. First studying to be an electrician for Heat and A/c and soon after following in his father’s footsteps, become a trucker for 3 years. Only realizing that wasn’t his calling.  Becoming a strong individual inside and out, pumping iron constantly. Shaping his true potential throughout his mind, body, and spirit. Becoming a fitness trainer, and helping others along their journey as well.


    “I needed a positive outlet and that was one of the hobbies that my dad had so I figured that we could have that in common. I got really interested and started doing lots of research on nutrition and training. Soon my body was changing and I wanted to be able to start helping people get healthy and fit as well. In 2013 I joined an amazing company called ViSalus.