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  • 00:56

    THE GAP BAND AND CHARLIE WILSON

    in Entertainment

    TRIBUTE TO THE GAP BAND AND CHARLIE WILSON ON THE FA-EVA RADIO SHOW ON BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/FA-EVA 5/23/2013 TODAY @ 11 AM.

  • 00:56

    GAP BAND CHARLIE WILSON TRIBUTE

    in Entertainment

    ON THE NEXT FA-EVA RADIO SHOW TRIBUTE TO THE GAP BAND AND CHARLIE WILSON TODAY @11AM. ON BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/FA-EVA DONT MISS IT

  • 02:01

    Raymond Calhoun (formerly of the Gap Band)

    in Entertainment

    Growing up with a Pentecostal minister father, the Wilson brothers formed the Greenwood, Archer, and Pine Street Band in 1967, with Tuck Andress (later of Tuck and Patti). Early on, the group took on a funk sound more reminiscent of the early 70s[1]. This style failed to catch on, and their first two LP's, 1974's Magician's Holiday and 1977's The Gap Band (Not to be confused with their 1979 album) failed to chart or produce any charting singles. However, they were introduced to LA producer Lonnie Simmons, who signed them to his record label, Total Experience Records[2]. Simmons had recently gotten a distribution deal with Mercury/Polygram. When Lonnie signed them, the group had twelve musicians. The group dropped most of their personnel. Raymond Calhoun (writer "Outstanding"), Oliver Scott (co-writer "Yearning For Your Love), and arranger/producer Malvin Dino Vice (co-writer "Boys Are Back in Town") were retained as members of the backing band and major contributors to the Gap Band's later recordings. On their first Simmons-produced album, The Gap Band, they found chart success with songs such as "I'm in Love" and "Shake", the latter becoming a Top 10 R&B hit in 1979.

  • 01:43

    Former Gap Band member Dorian Paul Williams!!!

    in Self Help

    Today on the hottest talk radio show out we’ve got a full slate planned for you! Joining us for the first time is
    Dorian Paul Williams: R&B and Gospel solo artist and former Gap Band member Dorian Paul Williams drops by to talk about his involvement in several organizations "Fathers Who Will" & his Scholarship Tour & platforms aimed at helping and motivating YOU!!!
    Rodney Neely: Author of the book “"Every Man For Himself...God for Us All”, motivational speaker Rodney Neely shares his story of being the child of 2 Teen parents facing enormous adversity early on in his life. However, fighting back and becoming a Godly man he’s become a highly successful businessman & real estate guru!
    Jamal Gordon: Gospel singer...
    And
    Back by popular demand…
    Tamika J: has now her release of the dynamic & funky album…..Acoustically Speaking Vo. 1….tune in and hear what a voice from God sounds like!!!
    All this and more!!!

  • 02:01

    Raymond Calhoun (formerly of the Gap Band)

    in Entertainment

    Growing up with a Pentecostal minister father, the Wilson brothers formed the Greenwood, Archer, and Pine Street Band in 1967, with Tuck Andress (later of Tuck and Patti).

    Early on, the group took on a funk sound more reminiscent of the early 70s[1]. This style failed to catch on, and their first two LP's, 1974's Magician's Holiday and 1977's The Gap Band (Not to be confused with their 1979 album) failed to chart or produce any charting singles. However, they were introduced to LA producer Lonnie Simmons, who signed them to his record label, Total Experience Records[2]. Simmons had recently gotten a distribution deal with Mercury/Polygram.
    When Lonnie signed them, the group had twelve musicians. The group dropped most of their personnel. Raymond Calhoun (writer "Outstanding"), Oliver Scott (co-writer "Yearning For Your Love), and arranger/producer Malvin Dino Vice (co-writer "Boys Are Back in Town") were retained as members of the backing band and major contributors to the Gap Band's later recordings. On their first Simmons-produced album, The Gap Band, they found chart success with songs such as "I'm in Love" and "Shake", the latter becoming a Top 10 R&B hit in 1979.

  • 01:47

    New Music Inferno w/ A Skylit Drive, Saint Ridley, Son Of Texas & Off & On!!!

    in Music

    A Skylit Drive - Rock/Screamo band from Lodi,California...New album "Rise:Ascension" out now on Tragic Hero Records...This latest release was an acoustic version of their previous full length "Rise"...New full length out soon..Out on tour w/ Red Jumpsuit Apparatus & Wolves At The Gate beginning March 12th..Check out their music,videos & tour dates @ www.facebook.com/ASkylitDrive


    Saint Ridley - Rock/Metal band from Detroit,MI...New single "Rust" out now from forth-coming album....Headed out on tour with Coal Chamber,Combichrist,Filter, & American Headcharge...Check out their music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/SaintRidleyMusic


    Sons Of Texas - Rock/Metal band from McAllen,Tx..Debut record "Baptized In The Rio Grande" out now on Razor & Tie Records...See them this April @ Welcome To Rockville, Carolina Rebellion & Rocklahoma...Check out their music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/sonsoftexasmusic


    Off & On - Alternative Pop/Rock band from Boston,Ma...New album out later this year on InTheClouds Records...Check out their latest release "Good Talk Vol. 1"..See them in the new edition of Alternative Press as one of the 100 bands you need to know...Check outt their music,tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/weareoffandon

  • 00:02

    Pain is Good… Sometimes

    in Self Help

    Pain is Good… Sometimes


    Today @ 1 pm (CST) Healthy Mind & Body proudly presents… 
    Pain is Good… Sometimes


    Here’s a movie quote from one of my favorite cheesy action movies, “G.I. Jane”


    Master Chief John Urgayle: Pain is your friend, your ally, it will tell you when you are seriously injured, it will keep you awake and angry, and remind you to finish the job and get the hell home. But you know the best thing about pain?


    Lt. Jordan O'Neil: Don't know!


    Master Chief John Urgayle: It lets you know you're not dead yet!


    Pain is perhaps on of the most misunderstood feelings that humans have and our "buddies" in the media and Big Pharma want to make sure that if you have even the slightest twinge… you come to them.. for your band-aides, pills and a cookies…


    Let’s chat today about what pain is and what pain isn’t and HOW IT INDUCES HYPNOTIC TRANCE
    How it appears in our body, in our minds, in our emotions and what to do about it… how to use it and when to just let it be...


    WANT TO KNOW MORE?


    LISTEN TO THE SHOW AT 1pm (CST)


    As always if you wish to be on the show – 818-668-5406
    To leave a voicemail for the show – 214-702-3774
    Or email me with a question – drm@drmichaelharris.com


    Talk to you then,
    M
     

  • 00:31

    A Moment with Pianist Seiko Akita

    in Entertainment

    Pianist Seiko Akita began her musical studies in classical piano and organ at age 3. She has worked at Yamaha Corporation in Japan while still attending The University of Arts where she obtained a MA in Musical Composition, then at Yamaha Asia division in Indonesia. She has arranged, composed and performed for various concerts and competitions in Japan, such as Big Band Concert for Japanese Ambassadors, Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra and Kyoto Symphony Orchestra. Her skills were so outstanding that the Asahi Television Broadcasting Station hired her to perform Jazz on keyboard and sing for their public program in Japan. Since arriving in New York City she has composed, arranged and collaborated with many musicians including The Brazilian Project which performed a fund raiser for AFRICA at The National Black Theater.  For more about Seiko visit http://seikoakita.wix.com/seikoakita 

  • 00:13

    Vision: The Necesity of Praise in a Christian's Life---Psalms

    in Spirituality

    Study each week with Evangelist Faithe Reid-Liburd. She enjpoys praying with you as well as teaching the word. She is a dynamic Speaker and Author who travels internationally to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ! Also enjoy listening to music from Second Chance Ministries (Ewart and band) out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Tune in regularly and you will be blessed!


    Psalm 133:1-2; Psalm 134:1-3 ; Psalm 135:1-2

  • 01:00

    Closing the GAP

    in Business

    Today we are talking about closing the gaps. We know that awareness is the first step to making any kind of change, or closing the gap between where we are to where we want to be. When you get in your car and enter a destination in your navigation system, the first thing it needs to do is find out where you are now. The best GPS in the world can’t tell you where to go until it finds your current location. This is a step that is often overlooked in our personal and business plans: Where you want to go is meaningless unless you know where you are. I am so excited for today’s guest who has dedicated most of his life to the topic of productivity, Hyrum Smith.


    Hyrum Smith is a distinguished author, speaker, and businessman. He is the Co-Founder and former CEO of Franklin Covey, Co. For three decades he has been empowering people to effectively govern their personal and professional lives. Hyrum’s books and presentations have been acclaimed by American and international audiences. He combines wit and enthusiasm with a gift for communicating compelling principles that incite lasting personal change. Hyrum is the author of several nationally-acclaimed books, including The 10 Natural Laws of Successful Time and Life Management, What Matters Most, The Advanced Day Planner User’s Guide, and The Modern Gladiator. He also co-authored Excellence Through Time Management. Hyrum’s most current work is The Power of Perception: 6 Rules of Behavior Change. Hyrum’s books can be purchase on Amazon.com.


    On today's show you will learn:


    1. You can live in a world of chaos and experience sustainable "inner peace".


    2. Closing the gaps can profoundly affect you individually, your personal relationships, and your organization.


    3. Aligning beliefs, goals and values will superpower performance.

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