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  • 01:27

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY LUTHER VANDROSS

    in Music

    Luther Ronzoni Vandross, Jr. (April 20, 1951 – July 1, 2005) was an American singer, songwriter and record producer. Throughout his career, Vandross was an in demand background vocalist for several different artists including Chaka Khan, Bette Midler, Diana Ross, David Bowie, Barbra Streisand, Ben E. King, and Donna Summer. He later became the lead singer of the group Change, which released its certified gold debut album, The Glow of Love, in 1980 on Warner Bros. Records. After Vandross left the group, he was signed to Epic Records as a solo artist and released his debut solo album, Never Too Much, in 1981.


    His hit songs include, "Never Too Much", "Here and Now", "Any Love", "Power of Love/Love Power", "I Can Make It Better" and "For You to Love". Many of his songs were covers of original music by other artists such as "If This World Were Mine" (duet with Cheryl Lynn), "Since I Lost My Baby", "Superstar" and "Always and Forever". Duets such as "The Closer I Get to You" with Beyoncé, "Endless Love" with Mariah Carey and "The Best Things in Life Are Free" with Janet Jackson were all hits in his career.


    During his career, Vandross sold over 25 million records worldwide, and received eight Grammy Awards including Best Male R&B Vocal Performance four different times. He won a total of four Grammy Awards in 2004 including the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for a song recorded not long before his death, "Dance with My Father". The song was co-written with Vandross' friend and protégé, Richard Marx.

  • 02:09

    TUESDAY MORNING LADIES, AND I'VE GOT "LUTHER VANDROSS" ON THE MINI CONCERT STAGE

    in Music

    PLEASE JOIN ME TUESDAY MORNING FROM 9A-11A CST FOR " THE DOCTOR ICE MORNING SHOW ", WHERE PERFORMING ON THE MINI CONCERT STAGE AT 10:00AM WILL BE THE LEGENDARY "LUTHER VANDROSS". TO CATCH THE SHOW PLEASE GO TO MY LIVE STATION SITE AT WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/DOCTOR-ICE AND CLICK ON THE SHOW FOR THE DAY, OR TO LISTEN BY PHONE PLEASE CALL MY LIVE REQUEST LINE NUMBER AT (646) 478-4755, OR GO TO MY FACEBOOK PAGE AT WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TONYAKINS1961 AND CLICK ON THE LINK.

  • 01:02

    Martin Luther King - The American Dream

    in Moms and Family

    Martin Luther King, Jr., was a champion of great principles, laboring mightily and in the end sacrificing his life to advance the cause of equal rights for all. At the level of first principles—in his commitments to natural rights, democratic government, and the irrelevance of race to moral personhood and just social deserts—King’s political thought might properly claim a consensus among virtually all American citizens. But with respect to the relation between those first principles and the programmatic means for effecting them, his thought leaves much ground for legitimate dispute. A careful analysis of King’s political teaching shows that these two elements of his thinking are in tension with one another and thereby account for the persistent divisions over how to understand his legacy.

  • 01:01

    LUTHER VANDROSS AT HIS BEST MIX BY DJ KID CHILL

    in Entertainment

    LUTHER, LUTHER, AND MORE LUTHER AND THIS BEST OF LUTHER MIX BY THE SPINS TURNTABLE KING DJ KID CHILL...LETS GET IT!! SO SITBAC, MAX AND RELAX AND LISTEN TO THE ONE AND ONLY LUTHER VANDROSS...SIP ON YOUR FAV MERLOT OR CHADONNAY. 

  • 01:49

    Tribute to Luther Vandross: 1990's

    in Health

    Divabetic remembers the 10 year anniversary of losing a legend, the late Luther Vandross (April 20, 1951 – July 1, 2005) with this special podcast, Tribute to Luther Vandross, celebrating his career during the 1990’s. Luther Vandross was a musical master whose style has influenced an entire generation of today’s vocalists. His distinctive brand of satin smooth vocal magic moved international audiences and continues to touch people to this day.


    The happy healthcare host, Max “Mr. Divabetic” Szadek, who worked with Vandross for more than 14 years, hosts this tribute podcast featuring Luther’s former vocalists Paulette McWilliams, Pat Lacy, Tawatha Agee, Cindy Mizelle and Kevin Owens, band member Bryon Miller, Vandross family member, Seveda Williams, friends Darren Margo and David Jones, the Luther Vandross historian, Leon Petrossian and Luther super fan, Jane Goodman from Great Britain.


    Throughout the podcast we will be playing selected Luther Vandross songs that he recorded during the 1990’s courtesy of SONY Music.


    Divabetic, the organization inspired by Luther’s diabetes journey revisits the singer’s career in the decade of hair scrunchies, boy bands, grunge and rave parties. This Luther tribute remembers the moments, the music and the man and the motivation to ensure that no one has to struggle with diabetes alone or in silence. Keep ‘your house a home’ and learn how to prevent a diabetes health-related complication from occurring. Visit: www.divabetic.org

  • 00:22

    On The Jews and Their Lies Paperback – by Martin Luther

    in History

     The Jews and Their Lies Paperback – by Martin Luther


     


     


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  • 01:01

    Martin Luther King "Loving Your Enemies"

    in Moms and Family

    Dr. Martin Luther King often said," Violence begets more violence" Thus his modem of operation was love. By his living and dying he proved that one man armed with truth and courage can move a whole nation. We have more dog eat dog world then loving self sacrificing servants that are motivated by social justice and who are determined to love at all cost. In a world than is now fulfilling the prophecy of our Lord that said in the last days," the love of many will wax cold" we must strive never to have it said of us!

  • 01:01

    Martin Luther King - The American Dream part 2

    in Moms and Family

    Martin Luther King, Jr., was a champion of great principles, laboring mightily and in the end sacrificing his life to advance the cause of equal rights for all. At the level of first principles—in his commitments to natural rights, democratic government, and the irrelevance of race to moral personhood and just social deserts—King’s political thought might properly claim a consensus among virtually all American citizens. But with respect to the relation between those first principles and the programmatic means for effecting them, his thought leaves much ground for legitimate dispute. A careful analysis of King’s political teaching shows that these two elements of his thinking are in tension with one another and thereby account for the persistent divisions over how to understand his legacy.

  • 01:58

    IT'S HUMP DAY AND "LUTHER VANDROSS" IS IN CONCERT THIS MORNING ! !

    in Music

    PLEASE JOIN ME ON WEDNESDAY MORNING FROM 9A-11A CST FOR " THE DOCTOR ICE MORNING SHOW " WHERE PERFORMING ON THE MINI CONCERT STAGE AT 10:00AM WILL BE THE INCOMPARABLE " LUTHER VANDROSS ".TO CATCH THE SHOW GO TO MY LIVE STATION SITE AT WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/DOCTOR-ICE AND CLICK ON THE SHOW FOR THE DAY  AND CLICK ON THE LINK.OR CALL MY LIVE REQUEST LINE NUMBER AT (646) 478-4755 OR GO TO MY FACEBOOK PAGE AT WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TONYAKINS1961

  • 00:25

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    in Education

    In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  He shares some details of his life which many are not aware of and explains why the actions of Dr. King were so important in American history.  


     


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  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    in Self Help

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is primarily known for his "I Have a Dream" speech and for being a nonviolent activist. We uncovered some little known facts about him and we discovered how many of his famous quotes apply to our current relationships with our spouses, co-workers, friends, etc. If Dr. King was alive, do you think he'd shake his head in disgust at the chaos (murders, bullying, police brutality, etc.) in our society or would he be understanding (it takes time to work these things out, etc)?

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