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Listen to the ICC Morning Show as we give you the scoop on Madonna's Brit Awards tumble, Lady Gaga's big announcement, Raven-Symoné's new gig, Dez Bryant's video, and more.
Alia Lorae, the Electro Empress is a twisted lovechild of Kate Bush and Bassnectar. She produces EDM that will make you both dance and think – dark, theatrical, and never without a sense of humor. A born performer, she has been singing ever since she could walk and talk. Given an early musical start, she attended the Suzuki Music School as a young child, then went on to join the Harmonaires - a nationally recognized, award-winning singing group with whom she performed at such venues as Shea Stadium and Carnegie Hall. Her early-years vocal recordings can also be found on Blake Rowe's "Circle of Life," a well-reviewed children's album released in 1994. Alia started playing with a small electric keyboard at age ten, and then graduated to a larger Yamaha keyboard on which she could record entire 16-track songs. From Elementary School through High School graduation, she excelled in the theater and arts programs, while at the same time churning out songs, visual art, and written fiction.
During her college years, Alia honed her skills as a producer and performer. In 2007, she began performing as a back-up singer for Electro-Pop band The Velvet Code. They debuted new material at one of Susanne Bartsch and Kenny Kenny's dance party extravaganzas at the New York City club 'Area', to an audience of 3000+. After the band's founding member took the project to London, Alia began focusing on her first solo album. The music video for her first single, "Modern Monsters," hit the scene in October of 2010, and "The Mad and the Beautiful," a 9-song LP, was released later that December. Both the album and the video were met with glowing reviews, describing her sound as, "A much needed shot in the arm [for modern music]" (Vents Magazine), and "NIN meets Lady Gaga" (All What's Rock).
Lord knows there are times we want to give people a piece of our minds. Most of the time they are very deserving of the mouthful we are chewing on. But, is it worth it to spit it out? There are times when we need to speak up and times we need to keep our thoughts to ourselves... even when we are boiling inside. Tune in to Womanly Word with Lady Newells for some valuable insight on when and when not to let loose!
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The First Lady of the church is a wife, a sister, often times a mother, a professional, and the woman who is expected to support her husband, the pastor, as he leads the body of the church. She is highly regarded, she is celebrated, she is esteemed as a pillar in her church community. However, when the dark shadows of divorce appears, the script get flipped.
This is discussion about women who have felt defeated and completely worn down by the expectations of the world, healing from the emotional and financial pain of divorce, rebounding from the gremlins of "not good enough" to rediscovering who she is from the inside out and transforming anew.
Roz Bazile is a life coach, author, mentor, and entrepreneur. Her signature coaching program, Still The Lady, was birthed to address the unique needs of former pastors’ and ministers’ wives after a devastating divorce from her husband who was a pastor. More about Roz can be found at www.buildyourlifeagain.com/
Tamarra Causley Robinson is a Life and Career Transitions Coach for women over 40 who are great at what they do but no longer emotionally connected to it. There's more in their life to experience and they want to pursue it NOW! She helps women rediscover their voice, have the audacity to make courageous choices to begin living their lives one DARE at a time. without guilt, apology, or shame. More about Tamarra can be foun at www.dare2doitnow.com
"I don't like to pass judgment on Miley Cyrus. Generally, people need to lighten up about pop music - it's about entertainment," the singer [Lady Gaga], who opened the VMAs with a performance of her new song "Applause," reportedly told The Sun. "It is here to make you smile and make you happy. Especially in America, there is an excessive dragging of female artists, and I don't want to contribute to that." – Huffington Post. This week we discuss why we judge friends. Do you feel judged by your friends? Do you find yourself judging your friends? I’ve been judged (negatively) and it doesn't feel good. And I’ve judged friends at times, and that doesn’t feel any better. Strong judgments range from close friends to celebrities. Ask yourself, why are you judging your close friends? Envy? Listen to the show, “Confessions of an Envious Friend.” Tabloids define a celebrity’s character by catching an off-the-cuff “photo op” outside a club or while they’re grocery shopping, etc. Too drunk, what’s up with this new look/boyfriend/weight?
Judging vs Discernment Discernment – wisdom, clear sightedness - however, is a measured and well thought out opinion. Go to www.superfriendgroups.com to read full blog. Remember… a great friend starts with you!
Gaga pics: Artprop Gaga, Andrea Wilson, And1891; Cyrus: Angela George, calmdownlove. All Wikimedia Commons.
Today numerologist Ed Peterson and all around metaphysician William Brabam talked about the news and the astrology and numerology for Lady Gaga. Interesting to hear William accuratlely nail down the timing for her.
You can read her numerology at our show blog:
It's Ladies Night in the playhouse. HomeGirl Nika & Lady V gives it to you straight and direct. Bringing you hot topics you can relate to, that are often swept under the rug. Well, no more sweeping those topics under the rug anymore. We speak about things going on in our communities and homes every day. If you want to add some laughter to your evening, come hangout with the ladies. There will be no sugarcoating in the playhouse. This is the new hangout spot for only the grown & sexxxy.
Do you love independent artists? Do you love gospel music? Well, Lady T has you covered on Monday and Wednesday evenings as she plays the BEST music from the BEST independent gospel, inspirational, contemporary, and hip-hop music.
Robert Holmes is one of the most extraordinary, creative, inspiring, and exciting upcoming names in contemporary gospel, breaking down doors in his quest to bring the true word of God to a sinful world. Robert is a Gospel/Christian artist, singer-songwriter, drummer and entrepreneur. Robert has developed a distinctive sound he calls "life changing music," mixing spiritual lyrics with an upbeat sound and bringing his 20 plus years as a drummer at Church, High School and University.
Dr. Angela Stanley. In February 2014, Dr. Angela spearheaded and founded the I Wanna Live Global Campaign helping to fight against depression and suicide. She released the inspirational ballad, “I Wanna Live”, produced by Kynne Smith & Airtight Entertainment, as the theme song for this great cause. Dr. Angelaand Raindrop Entertainment have also partnered with and was an Independent Artist Associate for World Vision (international ministry helping poor families & their communities). Dr. Angela is in covenant partnership with The House of Refuge Ministries International of East Dublin, Georgia. Her ministry headquarters is located in the beautiful city of Orlando, FL.
Joel Wallace Joel Wallace is a young musician and songwriter who is passionate about his Savior and the message of the gospel. Joel Wallace is the middle child of five of Frederick and Debbie Ann Wallace and native of Brooklyn, NY. It was at home where Joel fell in love with music.
Kevin Stea, a well-known dancers in the industry for over 20 years has worked as choreographer, model, director, actor and host. He has worked with some of the world’s top musical artists, directors, photographers and designers.
Kevin was associate choreographer, dance captain and dancer on Madonna’s legendary Blonde Ambition World Tour, from which the movie “Madonna:Truth or Dare” was made, and the video for “Vogue”.
He performed in Madonna’s unforgettable Edwardian appearance on the MTV Music Video Awards, and won Star Search with the Dance Grand Champions ‘New World’. Soon after, he was working with Gloria Estefan, Prince and as associate choreographer and dancer for Michael Jackson.
After performing in movies like Sister Act 2, Showgirls, Newsies and The Birdcage, he toured Japan with Japanese artist Seiko Matsuda, as her dance partner and singer. He then moved to Italy to sing, dance, act and judge on a variety show, Buona Domenica. After signing a recording deal, he toured with Ricky Martin, promoting “La Vida Loca”.
Kevin appeared in more than 50 commercials, including 13 for the Gap and Old Navy, most famously in Khaki-a-go-go. He also appeared in 14 Pepsi commercials, along with Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Beyonce and Britney Spears
Hello everyone welcome to Reaching Out Radio where we are reaching out to be the hands and feet of Jesus of Christ.
Your host tonight is Lady Carmen Thomas;
Carmen Thomas Bio Carmen felt the call of God at a early age in life. On May 31, 1998 while having an Angelic Visitation, she was told, " Not many days hence, ye shall be Anointed ". 6 days later on June 6, 1998 at the Dallas County Convention Center, Carmen was publicly Anointed as a Prophetess. 3 years later on June 10, 2001 she was given an Ordination. She received her license on Father's Day June 17,1998. Carmen is the CEO and Founder of Kingdom Events, where she Hosts several Conferences including The Prayer Mantle, which is held Bi-Annually! Carmen is a songwriter, Prophetic Worshipper and a Woman after God's heart. She is the only child by her Father, & the youngest child by her mother, having 2 older sisters and 1 older brother. Carmen has a son named John. She is single, and has never been married. Carmen currently resides in Dallas, Tx.
Tonight Evangelist Mary Grable will be joining Lady Carmen they will be ministering together through the leading of the spirit.
They are going to "Bombard Heaven in Prayer" for all the listeners and they will be praying for our nation.
Going to be a powerful prayer show hope you can join us at 6pm cst. Phone lines will be oen at (347) 308-8837 for prayer request at the end of tonight's show.
We love you but God loves you more!!