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  • Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

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    WBOKRADIO - Intro To Info - Interviews from Klymaxx - Bernadette Cooper

    in Entertainment

    WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info - Proudly Interview The Lead Singer Of Klymaxx - "Bernadette Cooper" -"Last Diva On Earth"

    Tune In Wed Sept 2nd At 6:00pm (eastern) As 
    Host - Mikeisha Best And Co-Host Alaska McQueen
    Sits DownWith Bernadette & Discuss Her Carreer From The Past With The Popular Group Klymaxx And We Will Premier Her Hot Brand New Track "All the Girls Are Looking"... (the Desperados) You Can't Miss This!!! Phone Lines Will Open 347-327-9592

  • WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info Is Honored To Interview "Mix Master Ice"

    in Entertainment

    WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info Is Honored To Interview "Mix Master Ice" From The Legendary Group "UTFO"

    TUNE IN Wed Aug 11th At 6:00pm (eastern) 
    As We Sit Down With "Mix Master Ice" From "UTFO"

    UTFO (which stands for Untouchable Force Organization) is an old-school hip hop group, popular in the 1980s, that was mentored by the contemporary R&B group Full Force. The group consists of the Kangol Kid (Shiller Shaun Fequiere), the Educated Rapper (Jeffrey Campbell) (also known as EMD), Doctor Ice (Fred Reeves), and MixMaster Ice (Maurice Bailey). The group's best-known single is "Roxanne, Roxanne," a widely acclaimed and hip-hop classic, which created a sensation on the hip-hop scene soon after it was released and inspired numerous answer records, most notably by Marley Marl's protégée Roxanne Shanté. "Roxanne, Roxanne" was originally the B-side of the lesser-known single "Hangin' Out."[1] Because of personal issues, the Educated Rapper was absent for its second effort, Skeezer Pleezer (1986), which produced one notable track with the song "Split Personality." EMD was, however, on one album track, "Pick Up The Pace", also featured in the movie Krush Groove. In 2008, “Roxanne, Roxanne” was ranked number 84 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop.

  • Overtime"(Sports Talk) #147 | WTXG Sports

    in Sports

    "Overtime"(Sports Talk), Giving You News And Info From NFL ,NBA ,NCAA, And Exclusive Local News From The New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Pelicans, New Orleans VooDoo & LSU Tigers. With Host Nader Mirfiq(@Nader723), Tanisha Robinson(@Mslightbright) & Thomas Big T.(@Da1ThomasG) To Call In Live Call 619-363-6479


  • 01:33

    "Overtime"(Sports Talk) #146

    in Sports

    "Overtime"(Sports Talk), Giving You News And Info From NFL ,NBA ,NCAA, And Exclusive Local News From The New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Pelicans, New Orleans VooDoo & LSU Tigers. With Host Nader Mirfiq(@Nader723), Tanisha Robinson(@Mslightbright) & Thomas Big T.(@Da1ThomasG) To Call In Live Call 619-363-6479

  • 00:16

    WBOKRADIO - Intro To Info Interviews Wu-Tangs - Brooklyn Zu Reggaes G Tee Shotta

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    Don't Miss This Exclusive Interview From The Popular Group "Wutang" / Brooklyn Zu Reggae Artist G Tee Shotta
    Wed. 8-26-15 At 6:00pm Eastern
    This Interview Is Brought To You By WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info & "Hip Hop Angel Movement. 
    Tune In As Host Mikeisha Best & Co-Host Queen Of Hearts Sits Down With Artist G Tee Shotta
    And Premieres His Hot Brand New Tracks. Phonelines Will Open. 347-327-9592

  • 02:55

    Midday Smack Talk with Prostock Joe - Why Wednesday

    in Automotive

    High Noon is the right time for the Smack Talk Nation to get the 411 of the Grudge Game...Tune in every Tuesday and Wednesday at 12:00 and hear the voice of the Grudge Game keep it 100...

    Why Wednesday...  Why do owners & drivers refuse to learn how to tune? hummmm...!

    Call in #646.595.2258

  • Taboo Talk Focuses On Mental Health With Guest Star Mrs. Arlene Day

    in Spirituality

    Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Radio Host www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ!  Guest starring Mrs. Arlene Day.  About Mrs. Arlene Day: Mrs. Arlene Day aka “Mama Day” is an author, motivational speaker and advocate for mental illness. She is cherished not only for her gifts as an excellent orator and writer but for her commitment to her community. She has created a loyal fan base both in the United States and abroad that have invested and believed in the insights of Mama Day making her a successful speaker.  She is an author of a memoir titled “I Promised My Friend”. A film called Perseverance documenting Arlene Day’s extraordinary life was made. Mama Day is also a frequent guest star on Taboo Talk radio. Taboo Talk is a Christian talk show hosted by her daughter, Lady Charmaine Day.  During her downtime, Mama Day enjoys knitting, crocheting, capoeira, weight lifting and is in training for the senior olympics doing the butterfly.  Arlene Day is the consummate educator who enjoys interacting with her audience, therefore whenever she is onstage you will be guaranteed that you will experience all the elements of an excellent speaker! For more information on Mrs. Arlene Day please visit her official website at www.mrsarleneday.com or facebook at www.facebook.com/arlene.day or by phone at 646-234-824

  • WBOKRADIO / Intro To Info - Proudly Interviews "Ready For The World"

    in Entertainment

    The group originally consisted of frontman Melvin Riley, Gordon Strozier (lead guitar), Gregory Potts (keyboards), Willie Triplett (percussion/keyboards), John Eaton (bass guitar), and Gerald Valentine (drums). They had performed throughout Flint at high school talent shows and were discovered by WJLB Detroit Radio personality The Electrifying Mojo in 1982. They gained regional fame with their first release, "Tonight," in 1983. "Tonight" was an underground hit in Flint and Detroit which helped garner them national prominence shortly after their signing under the MCA label. They recorded their debut album, Ready for the World, during 1984 with producer Bernard Terry and engineer Charles Brown, Jr.

    In 1985, the band signed to the Steven Machat-Rick Smith management company, AMI. The agreement with MCA was redrawn, and promotion and marketing dollars were committed to promote the group. This proved successful as the group was steered to #1 on the US pop charts as well as top five in all the Western European countries and Australia, with their best-known hit "Oh Sheila." In the US, this song went to #1 on the R&B, Pop Charts, and the Hot Dance Club Play charts that year, becoming the first ever single to hold the #1 spot on all three of these charts simultaneously. The song "Digital Display" followed and hit #21.

    In 1986, the band released their second album, Long Time Coming, produced by: Gary Spaniola which returned them to the Top 10 on the pop charts with the slow jam, "Love You Down," which peaked at #9.

    Ready for the World went on to release several more albums that failed to capture the success of the group's first two releases, and as a result, they disbanded in 1991.

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  • Halloween and Horses: Christy Fleming of TROT on Alabama Horse Talk Radio

    in Family

    Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Christy Fleming about TROT (Therapeutic Riding of Tuscaloosa) and their two upcoming fundraiser events.  Christy shares the service offerings provided by TROT to the West Alabama community, a bit about the animals at their facility, and the upcoming October 10th TROT the Trails Benefit Trail Ride at Tannehill's Forever Wild Trail, as well as the Halloween Bash Horse Show on October 31st at Hueytown Saddle Club Arena.

    Stay tuned to hear Shannon Schraufnagel of Horse Trails and Camping Across America talk about HTCAA's upcoming Halloween Costume Contest event on Facebook, where folks are encouraged to dress up their horses, take pics, and then post them back on HTCAA for a chance to win prizes.

    Thanks to Spurr's Big Fix for providing giveaways!