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  • 02:59

    Callywood's ThrowBack Tuesday with Howard Hewett

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    Callywood's ThrowBack Tuesday with Howard Hewett

  • 00:17

    MsComputerLady Reality Star Sara Stokes Michel'le Monica Blaire n Howard Hewett

    in Computers

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    Ms. Computer Lady already knows that it's been too long. Keeping it on the regular is the goal. Nevertheless, this is called making up for lost time. Join Ms. Computer Lady for not just one Divas' Night, not just one Gentlemen's Night, but a combined 2-night Divas' and Gentlemen's Nights. During the 2 nights (TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT), tune in as she interviews Divas Michel'le, lead singer of Shalamar and R & B Legend Howard Hewett, Detroit, MI artist Monica Blaire, and Toledo, OH indie recording artist Krystal Monique.


    So when will they be interviewed, and when will [for those who know the Ms. Computer Lady Show] the listeners get to hear some live singing?  As you know, and for those that don't, gotta tune in to find out.


    NOTE:  TIMES COULD CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

  • 03:00

    Callywood Live with Howard Hewett

    in Entertainment

    When Shalamar broke up in the mid 1980s, Howard Hewett went on to pursue a solo career. He signed with Elektra Records and recorded 1986's I Commit To Love (R&B #12), a relatively solid urban album that yielded two R&B hits, "I’m For Real" (R&B #2) and "Stay" (R&B #8). The album also included "Say Amen", a gospel tune that became a surprise hit on the Gospel charts and is Hewett's signature song. Hewett contributed vocals to La Toya Jackson's Hot 100 hit single "Heart Don't Lie" in 1984.

  • 03:00

    The Cosandra Calloway Show with Howard Hewett

    in Entertainment

    When Shalamar broke up in the mid 1980s, Howard Hewett went on to pursue a solo career. He signed with Elektra Records and recorded 1986's I Commit To Love (R&B #12), a relatively solid urban album that yielded two R&B hits, "I’m For Real" (R&B #2) and "Stay" (R&B #8). The album also included "Say Amen", a gospel tune that became a surprise hit on the Gospel charts and is Hewett's signature song. Hewett contributed vocals to La Toya Jackson's Hot 100 hit single "Heart Don't Lie" in 1984.

  • 01:00

    Howard Hewett

    in Music



    Sit down, relax and listen to our Labor Day broadcast of April Sims and Poetry Man interviewing legendary singer, Howard Hewett. You might remember Howard Hewett from his days with Shalamar or for his song 'Say Amen'. However you know him, sit back and relax as your hosts April Sims and Poetry Man interview Howard Hewett

  • 01:23

    Howard Hewett Up Close and Personal

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    Legendary R&B and gospel singer and former lead vocalist of the R&B group Shalamar
    HOWARD HEWETT
    With his silky smooth, straight-from-the-heart soulful style, Howard Hewett is gifted with one of the most instantly recognizable voices in contemporary music.     Email Lani Salter, Sr. Producer at thatssoveryvanessa@gmail.com

  • 00:34

    HOWARD HEWETT - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW-WED, MAR 18, 2015 - 5:00 pm PST

    in Music

    Howard Hewett (born October 1, 1955, Akron, Ohio, United States) is an American R&B and gospel singer, and former lead vocalist of the R&B group Shalamar.


    Raised in Akron, Ohio, Hewett moved to Los Angeles in 1976, where he met John and Alonzo Daniels, owners of an historical club in the LA Crenshaw district, called Maverick's Flat. It was at Maverick's that Hewett first met Jeffrey Daniel and Jody Watley (eventually Shalamar). Hewett and the Daniels brothers formed a show group called "Beverly Hills" and through Daniels bookings toured throughout Europe, the UK, Scandinavia and Asia for all of 1978 till the middle of 1979.


    After returning from overseas, Hewett started recording for Jeffrey Bowen, a Motown producer (The Temptations, Commodores, Bonnie Pointer) who was working on a solo project on guitarist Eddie Hazel (Parliament-Funkadelic). Hewett never completed the project because towards the end of 1979, he got a call from Jeffrey Daniel, who was on the road with Shalamar in the middle of a promotional tour. They had suddenly found themselves in need of a lead singer and Daniel made Hewett an offer that he accepted. Within three days Hewett flew to New Jersey, where he met up with Watley and Daniel, rehearsed the lip synch and choreography to the current Shalamar single "Take That To The Bank", and found himself in front of a TV camera on a local dance show in Paterson, New Jersey. They completed the promotional tour and returned to Los Angeles and immediately started recording the Big Fun LP with their producer, Leon Sylvers. The trio went on to record songs such as "Second Time Around", "Make That Move", "A Night to Remember", "Dancing in the Sheets" and the ballad "This Is for the Lover in You". Hewett was the group's lead singer from 1979 until 1985.

  • 00:39

    Howard Hewett (R&B, Gospel, Jazz)

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    In 1990, Howard Hewett released a self-titled album, which included the hit "Show Me" In October 2006, Hewett released a new single, "Enough" (with jazz legend George Duke), which has received substantial play on urban  contemporary and R&B radio stations.( more info will be posted)


     


     

  • 02:01

    93.Tweed (FM Izum) Guest, Howard Hewett Presented by W.M.R.

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    Howard Hewett Live with Tweed Cadillac on the Thursday Night Flight.

  • 00:57

    The Journey with Howard Hewett

    in Lifestyle

    Howard Hewett (born October 1, 1955 in Akron, Ohio) is an American R&B and gospel singer and former lead vocalist of the R&B group Shalamar.   Raised in Akron, Ohio, Hewett moved to Los Angeles. He would eventually meet Soul Train dancer and future first wife Rainey Riley-Cunningham, then a secretary of the show's creator and original host Don Cornelius. It was he who introduced Hewett to fellow Soul Train dancers Jody Watley and Jeffrey Daniel, and their group, Shalamar, was born. The trio is best known for songs such as "Second Time Around", "A Night to Remember", "Dancing in the Sheets" and the ballad "This Is For The Lover In You". Hewett was the group's lead singer from 1979 until 1985.


    When Shalamar broke up in the mid 1980s, Hewett went on to pursue a solo career. He signed with Elektra Records and recorded 1986's I Commit To Love (R&B #12), a relatively solid urban album that yielded two R&B hits, "I’m For Real" (R&B #2) and "Stay" (R&B #8). The album also included "Say Amen", a gospel tune that became a surprise hit on the Gospel charts and is Hewett's signature song. Hewett contributed vocals to La Toya Jackson's Hot 100 hit single "Heart Don't Lie" in 1984.


    In 1990, Hewett released a self-titled album, which included the hit "Show Me" (R&B #2), and 1992 saw the release of the LP Allegiance, which was not received as well as previous albums. He contributed to the second season theme song of "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper" which was a remake of Sam & Dave's R&B Top 10 hit "Soul Man". This recording was produced by singer Steve Tyrell.


    Howard continues to pour himself into his music and remain one of the premiere ballardeers in the business.

  • 01:29

    SINGER HOWARD HEWETT

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    Talk about a brother that can capital S.A.N.G. a song! From his days with Shalamar, his solo career, to his gospel recordings, Howard Hewett's voice is irresistable. Howard released his first new soul album in a decade called "If Only" in 2007. We welcome Howard to the show to talk about "If Only" and what he's up to these days.