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Lorna Luft, one of Judy Garland's talented daughters, reminisces about her legendary mother's incredible contributions to the world of entertainment. Lorna has won acclaim on stage, film and television. Plus, she's also a best-selling author, recording artist and Emmy-nominated producer. Her book, Me and My Shadows: Living with the Legacy of Judy Garland, was optioned by ABC-TV and turned into a riveting miniseries starring Judy Davis. Lorna served as co-executive producer on that project, which won 5 Emmy Awards. Another of Lorna's impressive accomplishments is a multi-media production, Songs My Mother Taught Me, a spectacular concert comgining one of the world's most familiar songbooks with her personal memories of her famous mother. A CD based on this event has been released on First Night Records. Returning to help with this episode are film critics James Colt Harrison and Diana Saenger. Diana is the founder of Classic Movie Guide, and James has written a history of MGM the studio where Judy Garland made her wonderful movies. An avid Garland fan, James exclaims, "Judy Garland? She's the all-time favorite of millions of fans, even today!"
Tonight Tucker and Mace discuss civil rights Vs. Civil unrest
This week on "Face Off" we continue to make our way through the stacked card of the "Ashlynn McClure Memorial 2". We will be presenting a matchup between two of the very best on todays independent scene. "The Human Highligh Reel" Austin Lane and Dell Tucker will be joining us to talk about their monumental clash on September 13th. 'The Ashlynn McClure Memorial 2" is coming your way LIVE on Talk Radio 49 the 13th of September at 6 p.m. CST. If you are in the Union City, TN area however we recommend you come out and support the great cause that all the proceeds for this event goes to St. Judes.
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JOYCE BLACK Owner Victory Marketing Group LLC - Lead a team of 1400+ representatives for the over 9 years. Worked with teams to help create financial solutions and build wealth. Worked with leaders to build a winning team of marketing directors. Joyce will share with our audience a new powerful program created by The Bolden Pinnacle Group that assists homeowners get back on track. Homeowners facing foreclosure across America are having their homes reduced in value and their payments reduced. Homeowners who owe more than their homes are worth are having their mortgages reduced to 80% of the current market value. Homeowners can also have their monthly payments reduce by 55%. www.boldenpg.weebly.com
Misha Zubarev returns to Movie Addict HQ for a discussion of his diverse filmmaking experience and to bring listeners up to date on the It Had To Be Us movie project. Denise Cassino, publisher of It Had To Be Us, joins in to introduce new readers to this award-winning romantic memoir by Harry and Elizabeth Lawrence. Film historian James Colt Harrison will co-host. Diana Saenger, founder of Classic Movie Guide, also plans to call in.
Misha Zubarev has worked in various capacities on such films as Shooter, Loneliness, Annapolis, Four Funny Families and Synedoche, New York. His film 18 and Out was chosen to be included in NBC's The Screening Room. He also directed an award-winning TV series titled "The Wisdom Tree" and was highlighted in MovieMaker Magazine. After reading It Had To Be Us, Zubarev became interested in adapting it for the screen. He completed the screenplay last year and plans to direct the film.
Denise Cassino heads up the Long Story Short Publishing Company and also offers impressive promotional services through her Wizardly Web Designs site. As the publisher of the Kindle version of It Had To Be Us, she organized a successful launch for the book four years ago, which led to a #1 ranking in an important Amazon category. She has now created an Anniversary Re-Launch, complete with the same bonus items from the original launch.
James Colt Harrison, a founding member of the San Diego Film Critics Society, has written a history of Hollywood studios and contributed film commentary to Classic Movie Guide, Review Express, The La Jolla Village News, Rage Monthly, No Cover Music Magazine and San Diego Metro Weekly..
With his towering height and powerful voice, Bryan Mayer, is making a BIG impact on the Country music scene. A North Carolina native, the 6’7” singer/songwriter began his journey in music when he was 13. The son of a US Marine Corps Colonel and a Navy nurse, while stationed in Quantico, VA, Bryan was tapped by his middle school music teacher to play the upright bass in the school band for his already impressive height of 6’1” in the 7th grade. Although Bryan enjoyed playing the bass, the lure of the front man aspect and realizing he could sing lead him to pick up the guitar. After some impromptu performances at keg parties at his house in college at ECU, Bryan ended up on the Carolina sands of Oak Island, NC. It was there that he started crafting his style and gutting it out in any bar, restaurant or party that would hire him.
Being a southern man from NC, Bryan identified with the bonfires, days on the river, and the simple life that Country is. It wasn’t long after that show that Country radio powerhouse 95.1 WRNS took notice of Mayer’s talent and began to use him as a frequent opener at concerts for National Country headliners like Trace Adkins, Joe Nichols, Craig Morgan, Eli Young Band, The Band Perry, Thompson Square, and dozens more including Southern Rock Gods, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Years before, Bryan had already performed with Marshall Tucker and Blackfoot.
He has just been named 2014 Best Male Country Vocalist by the Carolina Music Awards. His latest hit, "This Is Me" is getting national and international airplay.
Cal Lee and Warren Shaw discussing the hot button topics of the NBA. This week we were excited to invite Zach Harper from CBS Sports Eye on Basketball to help us breakdown the eventual fallout with the Cavs Timberwolves Trade. He also helps breakdown the future of the Timberwolves and which teams walked out Golden from the Trade. Are the Cavs now the Beasts of the East? You dont wanna miss out on this great discussion with one of the elite experts on the NBA.
In our segment the Drop we were fortunate to have Tim Tompkins, co host and NBA Insider for the Drive and Dish Podcast, to help us rifle through a motley crue of topics that ripped the NBA Headlines earlier this week. Its no holds barred on Eric Bledsoe, Greg Oden, James Harden, and The White Mamba's HomeComing
The Matrix a Cavalier? It could possibly happen, as we dig in further with this week's F.A.T. Report. Be sure to listen as we get to THE ROOTS of the latest trades, signings and acquistions this week including the interesting hirings out in Detroit.
We also weigh in on the USA Mens Basketball Team as we get closer to the FIBA World Cup and the fallout with Kevin Durant's decision. Who will Team USA turn to as their "GO TO " scorer?
We also breakdown the unprecedented hiring of Becky Hammon by The Spurs and The Inductees of the Basketball Hall of Fame all this and we did it under a hour and 1/2 in one of our most potent editions of The Baseline.
Tonight's show should be off the chain as I am joined by one of the realty stars of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta," Mama Joyce (Jones)! She's the mother of former Xscape singer/songwriter, Kandi Burruss and she has been a huge part of the RHOA show.
But is Mama Joyce simply misunderstood? We all know of people who have protective moms. Some of us even had moms who seemed to put their noses where others thought it didn't belong. Is she just a typical mom who wants what's best for her daughter? I will dive into the following questions with her:
Just what is it about Todd Tucker (Kandi's fiancee') that truly bothers her?
Is it more difficult to maintain a relationship with her daughter with millions of people watching?
At what point should a parent step back and let their children make a mistake?
These things and more as Mama Joyce kicks down the doors of the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
Also, for the 1st time in T2Q history, I will have a co-host! Crystal Hickerson from The Crystal Show joins me to tag-team Mama Joyce! :)
"No experts. Just opinions."
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Interview scheduled for 20-30 mins.
Show scheduled for 60-75 mins.
"Are You Coachable ?"
Every job we start on we are coached by the current employees in the way of the company. We follow their lead so we can be approved as a member of the team. We are coached to do a good job most times by someone not trained to teach us but they have knowledge and wisdom to share. This is how we get off to a good start on our job, by listening to someone who knows.Why don't we use others wisdom when it comes to parenting our children, overseeing our health, growing our money, building our business? For many the answer to their obstacles has been given to them but they refuse to validate so they wander in the same rotation for months or years. Alycia will discuss how she helps people open up to growth and change.
Lady B from NYC does a special episode where you will get to hear four original songs from four past guests Lady B has had on The Diva Lounge from Season 6 TheVoice! The Artists featured: StevieJo Rosenbalm from Team Usher and Team Blake Trio Audra McLaughlin, Cali Tucker & Ryan Whyte Maloney! Enjoy the show!