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  • 00:32

    TERRON BROOKS - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - WED, JAN 27, 2016 - 6:00 PM PST

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     TERRON BROOKS is an accomplished singer/songwriter/actor who has a passion for sharing his gift of music with the world. Born and raised in Southern California, Mr. Brooks has had the pleasure of performing with many amazing artists as Stevie Wonder, Josh Groban, David Foster, Randy Jackson, Stephanie Mills, Peter Cetera, Lizz Wright, Yolanda Adams, Sheila E., and Michael Jackson. He has toured with Phil Collins (Going Back Tour) and Matthew Morrison from GLEE.(Opening Act for The New Kids on the Block/Backstreet Boys Tour) Terron has sung with artists on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and American Idol. His universal appeal has led him to stages all across the U.S., Europe and Asia. 


        Terron is a Broadway performer who has been seen as “Simba” in Disney’s The Lion King and “Seaweed” in Hairspray. He was also featured in the World Premieres of Sleepless in Seattle: The Musical and First Wives Club: The Musical. Mr. Brooks has been featured on numerous film and TV soundtrack albums including Hairspray(New Line), Tears From The Sun(Sony), The Adventures of Brer Rabbit (Universal), and ABC’s Gepetto. As a guest artist for the Atlanta, Colorado, and Taiwan Symphony Orchestras, Terron has sung the classic songs of Disney. 


       Not only did Mr. Brooks star in the hit romantic comedy All About You with Debbie Allen and Renee Elise Goldsberry, he co-wrote its theme song as well as contributed his originals to the movie soundtrack, produced by Rickey Minor.  His vocals are featured on six songs from Smokey Robinson's latest record, Smokey and Friends. 


     


     

  • 01:13

    ON THE RISE RADIO - 1 HOUR SHOW

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    The 2016 Old School Celebrity Reunion Dinner & Award Ceremony, in Reno, Nevada...COMING JUNE 5, 2016

  • 01:59

    EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW - MONDAY 9:00 AM PST

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    EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW - MONDAY 9:00 AM PST 


    9:00 AM PST - MARIN LUTHER KING DAY


    9:30 AM PST - BEHIND THE WALLS


    10:00 AM PST MR.NORMAN TILMAN

  • 01:35

    Terrell 'T-REX' Simon- Exclusive Interview - Thur, Jan 21, 2016 - 6:00 pm PST

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    Vocal powerhouse and Troy, NY native Terrell 'T-REX' Simon started delivering soul-stirring music at the age of six, when he discovered his gift singing in the church. He got his professional start in New York City while performing with a traveling choir throughout the region. In 2003, his connections led him to platinum-selling singer-songwriter/producer Lyfe Jennings who took him on the road with his act. T-Rex began touring with such major artists as John Legend, Beyonce, Anthony Hamilton, and Musiq SoulChild. As a huge fan of Dave Hollister, coming up he adopted a similar sound, patterning his voice after the vocal sensation, and later touring with him as a backup singer. His TV appearances include Jimmy Kimmel, Good Morning America, David Letterman, Jay Leno, 106 & Park, and The Monique show, among others. The pivotal moment in his career came when he appeared on MTV Unplugged with Neyo, which gained mass exposure for him.


     


    After sharing stages with everyone including Wyclef Jean and Mario, T-Rex started managing artists like Lyfe Jennings, and road-managing vocalist Shaliek while mentoring and developing him and other talents such as Day 26. In 2015, he teamed with artist, producer, and singer Lamar Casey who helped executive produce and co-wrote his debut album. T-Rex also teamed with Bernie Stevenson (Isyss, Kelly Rowland), who took his riveting raw vocals and created the soul-stirring track, "In His Image". The new EP, released Christmas of 2015, is set to be T-Rex's launch pad for a fresh start. Entitled "Hashtag 8 'New Beginnings'" (referencing a biblical number for just that-a new beginning) the songs reflect exactly where he is in life.


     

  • 01:02

    DOUBLE EXPOSURE - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - WED, JAN 13, 2016 -6:00 PM PST

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    Formerly known as United Image, this group had been singing together since Jr. High School. After High School and military service they reunited and began their quest toward a life-long dream of becoming successful entertainers and recording artists. It was not easy but they believed in their God-given talents and just simply loved to sing.

    Upon recommendation of some DJ’s, United Image was introduced to recording executive Lebaron Taylor, who signed them to Stax Records. They released a single “Love’s Creeping Up On Me” and they also released a dance tune “The African Bump” backed with “Hit Man” in Philadelphia. As time moved on so did the group.

    Producer and Songwriter, Norman Harris ran into Joe from Double Exposure and invited the group to an audition for a record company. That record company turned out to be Salsoul Records represented by Vice President Ken Cayre. Needless to say the audition went well. It had been previously suggested that the group change their name to something more modern. Some band members had joked about pictures taken and saying they looked like a double exposure. Well, the name stuck. Double Exposure was signed to Salsoul Records and began rehearsing new songs for their upcoming album entitled “TEN PERCENT”. 

    On December 11, 1975, at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Double Exposure began recording what would become one of the most successful albums to come out of the Philly music empire, “TEN PERCENT”. Around the spring of 1978 the “Four Play” album was released. Two songs were produced by Ron Tyson (currently with the Temptations).

     

  • 01:59

    NyAirWaves Radio Show!Exclusive Interview w/ Kerry Junior & Kasey Vaughn 1/15/16

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    Kerry James Rogers Jr, known by his stage name Kerry Junior. With a massive following, he has received man great successes. But within many artist journeys, come great struggle. He was born premature and underweight. Dealing with seizures, stroke, and brain damage. But he discovered his gifts and found his love for music when he received his first guitar at Christmas. He taught himself how to play, and became a huge inspiration to all.


     


    Kasey Vaughn is a young star on the rise. With her talents of singing/songwriting and playing guitar, she captivates her audience with strong vocals and country style. Performing at The Stamford Palace Theatre, Stamford Boys and Girls Club Event, The Bijou Theatre, The Stamford MarcUS for Change Charity Event, and live ensemble with The Drifters, Persuasions, Cavaliers, Limelites, Valores, Ink Spots, Paragons, and many more!


    Tune in and Get the HOTTEST gossip, music, exclusive interviews, fashion advice and much more! #2016

  • 02:03

    EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW - MONDAY 9:00 AM PST

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    EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW - MONDAY 9:00 AM PST 


    EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW - TUNE IN @ 9:00 AM


    FACES OF SUCCESS RADIO 101FM


    HOSTED BY: EDDIE JONES JR


    CO-HOSTED BY: DJ. SUCCESS


     


    TOPIC: 9:00 AM PST - MASS INCARCERATION - BEHIND THE WALLS 


              10:00 AM PST - SOCIAL NEEDS


     


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    SHONA GUIDER - 9:00 AM PST


    TAMMY WILLIAMS -   10:00 AM PST


    I HAVE HAD DEATH THREAT'S DAILY.. MY BROTHERS MEMORIAL HAS BEEN DESTROYED FOUR TIMES BY THE KILLER'S... I WILL NOT STOP... MARK BIZZ WILLIAMS WAS MY TWIN MY ONLY BROTHER ...HE WAS MY ONLY FAMILY BESIDES MY SON... WE WERE TO LEAVE PITTSBURGH TWO DAYS AFTER HE WAS MURDERED... I'M LOST WITHOUT HIM...OUR MOTHER WAS MURDERED BY HER X BOYFRIEND WHEN WE WERE 11 HE SHOT HER N THE HEAD PULL THE GUN TO MY HEAD AND IT JAMMED...BY THE GRACE OF GOD I AM HERE...NOW I'M ALONE....I HAVE TO FIGHT FOR MY BROTHER


     


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  • 01:35

    EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW - MONDAY 9:00 AM PST

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    EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW - MONDAY 9:00 AM PST 


    9:00 AM PST - THE BOBBY BUCK SHOW


    10:00 AM PST MINISTER ANDREW RAMSEY 

  • 02:00

    AP.9 OF THE MOB FIGAZ - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - WED, DEC 30, 2015 - 6:00 PM PST

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    Kenneth Huddleston (born October 06, 1974), better known by his stage name AP.9, is an American rapper, best known for his solo-music and his affiliation with Bay Area-based hip hop group Mob Figaz. Raised in Oakland, California, AP.9 had a rough life growing up, which inspires much of his musical lyrics.
    At a young age, he witnessed the murder of both his mother and brother. AP.9 then lived in and out of foster homes until he was adopted. He supported himself growing up by hustling in the stree

  • 01:58

    EDDIE JONES TALK SHOW - MONDAY 9:00 AM PST

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    Brother Yuseff Redemption


    Author Janis Mavis


    Behind The Walls

  • 02:10

    Dr. D’Weston Haywood - Exclusive Interview - Wed, Dec 23. 2015 - 6:00pm PST

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     Dr. D’Weston Haywood is a visual artist, poet, emcee, and historian of the African American experience, convinced that he should make his training, talents, and passions a resource for others. Haywood was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, and attended the historically black North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina. While there, Haywood cultivated a talent for poetry and gained leadership experience as a student activist. He frequented “open mics,” won poetry slams, as well as served as the president of several student organizations, including the campus chapter of the NAACP and Student Government President. In 2005, he graduated summa cum laude with dual degrees in History and Political Science. After co-founding and leading an academic enhancement program for “at risk” young Black men, conducting research on the underground railroad for the Ohio Historical Society, and interning for then US Senator Barack Obama in Chicago, he decided to pursue a PhD. In 2013, Haywood completed his PhD in History at Northwestern University. His research centers on twentieth-century African American history, particularly, Black protest, Black cultural politics, and Black masculinity. Haywood is finishing his first book, “Let Us Make Men: Black Newspapers and a Manly Vision of Racial Advancement,” to be published by The University of North Carolina Press. Haywood spent 2014-2015 conducting research for the book as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Race and Gender History at Rutgers University. Dr. Haywood is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, where he couples his research and teaching with his diverse interests and artistic work.