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Todays American Woman National Elegant Mrs. 2015 talks about the song by Keith Green about Creating a new heart, Psalm 51, and how this applies to many things going on in the world today. If you would like to become a part of an awesome pageant, please check out www.todaysamericanwoman.com
On this edition of The Cornermen Radio hosts Jesse Rican & Flawless give their opinions & recap Danny Garcia Vs Paulie Malignaggi. Also they will discuss Keith Thurman's most recent interviews were he mentioned Amir Khan, Errol Spence & again called out pound for pound king Floyd Mayweather. As always you can follow the hosts on twitter @JESSERICAN1 & @ThatsMeFlawless.
Sheldon Richardson, defensive lineman for NY Jets, arrested after allegedly driving his Bentley Silver Spur 143 miles per hour with a 12 year old as a passenger. Are Athletes outta control??? Today on Step Ya Game Up publishing presents: Let's Talk Sports with Ivan Keith ... EVERY SATURDAY at 3pm
Danny Garcia extended his unbeaten record to 31 fights with a ninth-round TKO of Paulie Malignaggi on Saturday evening as part of the second annual event of Premier Boxing Champions on ESPN in front of 7,237 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Garcia had come off three controversial fights against Mauricio Herrera, Rod Salka, and Lamont Peterson, respectively. It’s been a continuation of shortcomings that have put Garcia into this precarious position. Now a full-fledged welterweight, Garcia had to prove his worth in the ring on Saturday.
Malignaggi was back in the ring following a 15-month layoff after suffering the worst beating of his career that April against former IBF titleholder Shawn Porter.
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Join host Vanessa Richardson and her special guest Gospel Recording Artist, Keith Williams. Keith will be discussing his new CD, "Thirsty for The Rain." and Apostle John Harris talks prophetic movements of God!
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Keith Handy has been composing, arranging, performing, recording, and producing original music since his childhood in the early 1980s, primarily, but not exclusively, in the style of progressive or "art" rock, including several concept albums and a rock opera.
Early on, he functioned primarily as keyboard player and support vocalist for various original and cover bands, but soon decided it was more important to focus on continued artistic growth than to navigate the internal politics of band membership. He started acquiring recording gear, learning the guitar, and going ever deeper with the crafts of arrangement and production.
In line with Keith's passion for the continual study of the creative process in all forms, he has since branched out into improv comedy (incorporating copious amounts of improvised music), computer art, programming in C++ for generative art and signal processing, puppetry and puppet making, and video editing.
Still a studio hermit, his long term goal is to make the bulk of his work available as a "box set" type multimedia package, as well as have a chunk of that collection visually interpreted as video and theatre.
When not immersed in all this complicated stuff, he is happy to drink a beer or two and play a few old songs on an acoustic guitar at your backyard fire.
Linda is a performer, composer, and former adjunct music instructor at Kenyon College and Ohio Wesleyan University. Her playing experience includes jazz, blues, rock, and classical music genres. She leads a B3 jazz organ quartet, is a member of eSkip, (an original eclectic rock group) and plays drums for the popular local hard rock band, Uncle Fester.
She is involved with Tony Monaco’s “Mother Hen” organization to provide educational instructional materials for Hammond B3 players and other keyboardists and is a Hammond organ artist endorsee. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance from Capital University and a Master of Arts in Percussion Pedagogy from The Ohio State University. Linda’s LDB3 and Friends 2006 Chicken Coup Records release ”Blue Bop” has received very favorable local and national reviews and also charted for 6 weeks on jazzweek.com in the summer of 2006. Linda’s second release on Chicken Coup Records, “For Hep Cats” was released nationally on January 8, 2008 and also charted on the jazzweek.com Top 100. Linda studied with Hank Marr and lists influences from Jimmy Smith and Jimmy McGriff to Keith Emerson and Jon Lord.
About KeithKeith Douglas was born in Chicago, IL and raised in Los Angeles CA With years of experience and patience, Keith decided to develop his own company with his law partner Joseph Gellman something that will not only speak to the music industry but allow opportunities as well.
From there RKD Music Management was born. He has been in the music and entertainment business for 15 years managing, advising and giving aid to the inquiring and talented minds of today. In addition he is also responsible for music on the movie ‘This Christmas" soundtrack which released in 2007 with Chris Brown, Loretta Devine and Idris Elba.
Keith was co-producer of the film “Jada” in 2009 which is now on DVD in stores. The film featured actors Clifton Powell, Rockmond Dunbar, Sienna Goines to name a few. RKD Music & Talent Management has recently launched Speakers Bureau Institute (SBI), an agency catered to actors and musicians providing a platform for speaking engagements and appearances. Keith is a spokesman for many Gospel, Youth and Empowering Conferences. He is Executive Producer of The Book of David: Transition CD project by Dave Hollister which was nominated for a 2007 BET Gospel Album of the Year and was honored for 2009 Stop the Violence “Think Education: Put God First” Award by City of Refuge Bishop Noel Jones.
Readers can begin to live in the blessing of God as his debut book, The Power to Get Wealth: No Money Required teaches key principles of how to stay in line with God. “It’s a plethora of experiences of my life in this world”, says Keith.
Eve Spangler is a sociologist and a human and civil rights activist. She is the Assistant Chair of the Boston College Department of Sociology.
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In this episode, Keith, Will, and guest Zipp Duncan break down and preview UK's offensive line heading into the season. Zipp, since he used to play for UK, goes into great detail on zone-blocking schemes and what it's like to be recruited.
In this episode we talked about: the job offensive line coach John Scharlman has done developing and recruiting the past two years, Zipp goes into further detail on the nuances of a zone-blocking scheme, the lack of depth at offensive tackle, what advice Zipp has for UK's offensive linemen commits in the 2016, among other things.
Zipp also told a great Rich Brooks story, but my recorder failed me as he was beginning the story. I'm sorry about that (we'll have to have Zipp back to tell it again), and I'm also sorry for the way my cold makes me sound.