• 02:25

    The Biz With D: Interview w/ Lonny Bereal + Sun + Bididie B

    in Music

    LONNY BEREAL SINGER, SONGWRITER, PRODUCER, LIVE PERFORMER, A COMPLETE ARTIST, The talent of Lonny Bereal is a throwback to an era of the complete entertainer. A time when artists not only had skills in the studio but most importantly could perform live and write their own songs. Lonny Bereal is destined to bring back that level of true artistry. Having started professionally as a background singer for the likes of Jamie Foxx, Tank, Kelly Rowland, Ruben Studdard, K-Ci & JoJo, Teddy Riley, Brandy, Monica, and a list of others, Bereal’s exceptional vocal ability has kept him in demand.  His range goes from tenor to soprano without a strain drawing comparisons to contemporaries like Brian McKnight and Maxwell. Over nearly a decade working in the music business, Bereal has skillfully and methodically developed himself into an award-winning songwriter and producer. A few of his most recent credits included: Chris Brown, Jamie Foxx, Keri Hilson and Keyshia Cole. Among the most notable hits he’s written include Tank’s“Please Don’t Go” Pleasure P’s “Under” and Chris Brown’s “I Can Transform Ya.” These gold and platinum successes have yielded other writing opportunities for Bereal on several top film soundtracks including “The Seat Filler”, “Wifey,” and the critically acclaimed Lebron James documentary “More Than a Game.” Bereal earned an Emmy Nomination for music he created for the “Life Support” telefilm while he has also contributed songs to Tyler Perry’s “Meet the Browns” and the top rated BET show “The Game.”

  • 01:00

    Lonny Leitner On National Races Of Interest; Campaign Home Stretch

    in Politics Conservative

    Political operative and analyst Lonny Leitner joins Bill and John to talk about a number of non-Minnesota races.

    Bill and John survey the lay of the political land.


    Tune in to Radio Worth Your Time™

  • 00:28

    Employment Discrimination or Harassment: Education and Training

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Chris Olmsted, Shareholder/Employment Law and Litigation at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, PC.

    Today we will ask Chris about employment discrimination and harassment. Currently, California employers with 50 or more employers are required to provide harassment prevention training to supervisors. Under this new law, this training must also include training and education on the prevention of ‘abusive conduct’ or bullying.

    Mr. Olmsted regularly consults with clients regarding employment law compliance, and also provides training to management and staff, as well as other attorneys.

  • 02:00

    Kemp And Them II/ Lonny Bereal Interview

    in Entertainment

    Lonny Bereal has worked behind the scenes in the music business as a songwriter and background singer for a few years.  He has written and worked with Chris Brown, Jamie Foxx, Tank, Kelly Rowland and many others. Now Lonny is ready to step to the front as the singer with his new single, "Favor" featuring Kelly Rowland. In our interview Lonny opened about some of his famous friends including his thoughts on Kelly Rowland's recent success, Chris Brown's new album and legal drama and some of his up coming projects.
    We will continue with our What The Hell News featuring our guests YourMusicMyWorld.com.

  • 00:28

    Do Small Businesses Really Need Coaches?

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Karie Kaufmann, Entrepreneur and Owner of ActionCoach.

    It often seems as if only medium to large businesses invest in hiring professional coaches to address issues in the workplace.  But what about small businesses?  They also have workplace issues where hiring a business coach would be helpful. Today we will ask Karie is there a difference between a small business coach and a coach who works with medium to large companies?  Why has she chosen to help small businesses?  What are the typical needs of a small business? Are they very different from larger businesses? 

  • 00:28

    Think you’re too young for breast cancer? Think again.

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio Show as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Laura Knoll, Advocate and Daughter of The Helen Knoll Foundation.

    Did you know that every 30 minutes a woman under 40 is diagnosed with breast cancer? Thousands of women under 40 are caught off guard each year. Don’t wait -- it’s never too early to fight breast cancer. 

    Laura Knoll is the daughter of Helen Knoll, who died from breast cancer.  Laura, her sister Christi, and their father, David have become advocates for educating young women 18 – 40 about the risks for breast cancer, prevention, and screenings that are available to those under  40. 

  • 00:31

    Is Work-Life Balance What We should Be Seeking?

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio Show as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Bryan Banville, President and Co-Founder of Institute for Mastering Success.

    One topic that we hear about over and over again is the importance of work-life balance. A 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources Management concluded the importance of work-life balance for overall job satisfaction of employees is steadily increasing by approximately 46%. Employees rated having the flexibility to balance life and work was very important to their overall job satisfaction! But is it really?

  • 00:13

    Lonny Bereal and Kelly Rowland

    in Radio

    Lonny Bereal and kelly Rowland stops by the show to talk about there latest single.

  • 00:29

    Is Ergonomics Still A Big Deal in the Workplace?

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Susan Doherty, Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist of Action Ergonomics.

    Susan Doherty is a certified ergonomic professional with over 13 years of experience in the field. Her background includes health and wellness programs management, coaching, facilities management, budgeting and forecasting, all of which she uses to offer her clients a well-rounded approach to implementing or enhancing an OSHA compliant ergonomics program.  Her ergonomic support is comprehensively expressed through training seminars, group assessments and one-on-one detailed evaluations.

    Today's office is constantly evolving in response to emerging technology and employee and customer needs. Even the very definition of an office can be in the home, at a customer's site, in a café or at 36,000 feet in an airplane.
    With all the changes and complexities to consider, managing the modern office workplace is indeed a challenge. At the center of the challenge is the need for organizations to maintain stimulating and healthy environments for their employees.

  • 00:12

    Indianapolis Chapter High School Computer Competition Team Interview (Day 5)

    in Training

    In its sixth year, the Indianapolis Chapter's HSCC program continues to grow.  This year's program is made up of students from 6 different central Indiana High Schools. Sessions take place each Saturday morning from 9am - 1pm.  Students receive training in HTML, PHP and MYSQL as well as general mentorship and the opportunity to develop written, oral communication and presentation skills.

    Participants include Saivion James, Lonny Grey, Lauren Ravenell, Mya Cruz, (missing participants Elijah Hodge, Andrew Porter)


    Read All About It - https://bdpatoday.org/

  • 01:07

    The Kerri Edelman Show presents Hard Rock Band Lynam

    in Rock Music

    From Birmingham, AL, Lynam is a band that has no limits. With the attitude of Sid Vicious and the pure energy of early Guns N Roses, the four members that make up the band Lynam have a take no prisoners approach to their music. "We all got turned on to music early on." says front man Jacob Bunton. "We really latched on to the larger than life spectacle of 80s rock bands. All of the old videos and concerts look like one big party. Everyone is having a good time and the music is about having fun. These days it seams like bands are whining about how hard it was growing up in suburbia instead of giving their fans a great show." Lynam consists of Jacob Bunton (lead vocals, guitar), David Lynam (drums, vocals), Lonny Paul (guitar, vocals), and Mark Dzier (Bass, Vocals). Lynam released 3 albums independently from 2002 - 2004 (White Trash Superstar, Bling! Bling!, and Life In Reverse). In 2005, Lynam signed a deal with DRT/Universal Records and released the critically acclaimed album Slave To The Machine in 2006. This album peaked at #21 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart and #19 on the Heat- seekers chart. The first single ‘Tanis’ went to #1 on both the active rock independent and main-stream rock independent charts. The band’s album Tragic City Symphony (Megaforce/Mascot Records) featured the radio singles ‘Save My Soul’, ‘Lindsay Says’, and ‘ Star’. All three singles reached the top 10 on the active rock independent chart with ‘Save My Soul’ reaching top 5 with over 10 million in audience. Several of the album’s songs also were used in motion pictures, MTV, VH1, HBO, and video games. A Live album entitled Thank You Goodnight! was released November 2010 through Island Def Jam/New Ocean Media. Be sure to pick up a copy of their new EP 'Halfway To Hell!' For more information, visit www.lynammusic.com

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