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In the first half of the show, Marvin McAllister will talk about his book, Whiting Up. The book deals with the history of whitefaced ministrals and their mocking of white society. Civil rights legend Charlie Cobb will appear in the second half of the program to talk about his book This Nonvioent Stuff will Get You Killed.
Join Host Natalie Young as she host " The Ultimate Praise of Drew Baxter" Gospel Recording Artist Min Drew Baxter" began at the age of 3,and has been displaying a musical anointing. Since he was a child, he has been raised in ministry. His loving parents, Bishop Robbie S. Baxter, Sr. and Pastor Grace N. Andrew also serves as the International Minister of Music for Impact Fellowship International Orlando, Florida Drew's anointed mantel to sing, play the drums, piano, and organ. Serving as Minister of Music before the age of 18, he has been leading both youth and adult praise teams has expounded the U.S.playing for numerous gospel artists such as The Anointed Pace Sisters, Martha Munizzi, Daryl Coley, Tonex, and William Murphy. After being faithful and committed to his father’s community group Higher Praise was encouraged him to start his own community group. Since then New Inspiration of Praise (NIP) has been ministering to the people of God throughout the community. New Inspiration of Praise is a community group that consists of palmist, praise, worship leaders, and minstrels who desire the presence of God. Booking Info: Drewbaxterministries@yahoo.com www.drewbaxterministries.webs.com/
At an early age, Richard Sirgiovanni knew he wanted to be a cartoonist. "I think I needed an escape and fell heavily into this magical world of imagination and cartoons. I was a big comic book reader and began drawing and copying my favorite super heroes. I went on to starting to create my own characters at an early age and started creating my own comic strips. I continued through grammar and high school as the cartoonist for the school newspaper. In my teens I started having my own comic strips published in local newspapers. I went on to college at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and studied cartooning with Harvey Kurtzman who is the creator of Mad Magazine. From there I have continued freelancing in newspapers, book covers and advertisements."
He is also a musician. "I started playing drums and singing at fourteen. Like most, I played in bands as a teen at high school dances and parties. Later I was in a original band playing in the NYC club circuit. At one point, we were playing the circuit that Cyndi Lauper, Madonna and Bon Jovi were as they were all coming up."
Most recently, Richard has created an animated show called The Grimps. "I started developing the thought about making the story something magical and fun for kids. I came up with the idea about these minstrels that lived 500 years ago. They were wonderful musicians and local celebrities. The evil wizard (Spectar) was jealous of them and cursed and banished them for eternity in the Forest of Dingle. Until 500 years later, their friend and wizard, who was also cursed, named magic Alex finds a reverse spell that turns them back to humans. But only from sunset to sunrise. So now they can resurface as this pop rock group called The Grimps. The other part of the inspiration was to be able to present The Grimps to the public as a legitimate rock n roll band by creating original music."
In life there are many talented individuals whose musical gifting and expressionism appears effortless to audiences. Some are born with these gifts while others are trained to become great minstrels and psalmists. However, there are those who are exceptionally blessed to marry their natural gifting with their learned skills to become known as “masters” of their craft! Having been compared to Oscar Peterson, Thomas Whitfield and Richard Smallwood, Isaac S. Cates immerges on the gospel music scene as an artist with an astonishing musical knowledge, skill and unparalleled creativity that places second, only to his passion for ministry. Born in Kansas City, Kansas and affectionately known as a child prodigy, Isaac has always shown a great interest in music. With a strong spiritual foundation laid by his parents, Isaac’s participation in the music ministry at his local home church began at a very young age of four, as did his formal training. Trained in piano performance, writing and composition, having studied piano performance and Choral conducting at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in his short life. He has won numerous accolades in local, state, regional and national competitions earning him various awards and recognitions as one of the most skilled and talented musical gifts to the world. Isaac has served as workshop clinician abroad, teaching vocal diction and serving as adjudicator for several vocal, instrumental and composition seminars and competitions.
Greetings to our stalwart listenership and the ever expanding Afronerd Radio universe! It appears that it's time to revisit our popular Grindhouse Mashup/Mixtape (The Comic Shoppe+Afronerd Radio) show airing this Saturday at 6pm. Join Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they unravel the following pop, pulp and political issues for the week: Daryll briefly weighs in on the Atlanta sports franchise(s) scandals in addition to the Ray Rice scandal; more comic book IPs are getting greenlighted for TV-Supergirl and Titans are forthcoming; and in zombie news, The Walking Dead gets a spinoff show (what, no comic, first?) and Syfy's Z Nation premieres; The Root and "Black Twitter" slam a recent Vogue piece highlighting large female posteriors as a "White" phenomenon; famed jazz saxophonist, Kenny G appears to have gotten the last laugh relating to his critics (just look at his stock portfolio); Dburt continues highlighting the success of a fellow "afronerd" and Youtube sensation, Marques Brownlee; courtesy of Comics Alliance, Marvel's editor-in-chief Axel Alonso discusses his thoughts on how he envisions comic industry’s treatment of female characters as well as his own diversity initiatives; the new Destiny video game has a strong 500m shipped debut and time constraints notwithstanding, the crew scans the globe in more "acting White" news stories (this is still happening?). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. Imperius rex, minstrels!
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For your listening pleasure, we have a show filled with warmth, heart and authentic joy because we present the music man, Kerry Patrick Clark! As The Wisdom of Success is holding space for Authors, Artists and Actors here in April having Kerry to share his energy is a blessing indeed. With 7 CD’s to his credit, and numerous awards and accolades (new CD is currently #6 on the Top 50 Americana CDs) (title track from new CD, In A Perfect World, is the #1 FOLK SONG IN THE NATION (Week of April 4, 2014) Kerry is also a former member of the folk group, The New Christy Minstrels and a Martin Guitar Preferred Artist. Kerry has been referred to as the musical Norman Rockwell because he crafts and performs songs that paint pictures that are, at once, authentic, whimsical and sublime. Like Rockwell, Kerry takes everyday life scenarios and blends idealism with serious undertones. We will even get to listen to one of Kerry’s songs today and because that will merely whet your appetite, here is where you can find MORE Kerry Patrick Clark www.KerryPatrickClark.com We are also grateful for the beautiful music award-winning artist, David Martinka provides for this program as our theme song, please find his FREE DOWNLOADS as well as his CD’s @ www.redbellymusic.com and www.sunshadows.net Thank you for SUPPORTING this program by FOLLOWING us @ www.blogtalkradio.com/perspectivepower and CONNECTING with ME @ http://annetterochelleaben.wordpress.com and Twitter, Facebook, YOU Tube, Google+, LinkedIn and Pintrest.
Keeping matters terse, welcome to the latest edition of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review! Join Dburt and Captain Kirk this Wednesday at 7:30pm (EST) as they unravel the following topical mysteries: picking up what we failed to address from our last broadcast-the Bring Back Our Girls campaign as it relates to the vicious Nigerian kidnapping tragedy (as well as the media, FLOTUS and Ann Coulter's involvement) ; football player, Michael Sam made history last week, as the St. Louis Rams made him the 249th overall choice in the 2014 NFL draft...but not without controversy; and dovetailing off of the Sam controversy, just what is the state of Black masculinity from image to reality (can traditionalism be preserved without trampling over the rights and agenda of other protected classes?); Batman vs Superman director, Zack Snyder reveals the Batfleck suit and Batmobile via tweet; we begrudglingly discuss the latest in minstrel affairs-the Jay-Z/Solange Knowles tiff (a very brief discussion); Dburt revisits the dumbest Wheel of Fortune contestant fiasco and lastly, from the NY Times Opinion Pages, educators, writers and technologists debate whether computer coding should be included as part of the elementary school curriculum. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Join me as I chat with Kevin Bond perhaps the finest producer in the gospel music industry today! In many circles he has been dubbed “The Million Music Maker.” Few could argue with that assertion or his credentials, as his name and production credits have thoroughly permeated the most prominent gospel CD and cassette jackets over the past 20 years. We will be listening to his tribute to Nelson Mandela.
A native of Chicago, Illinois, Kevin arrived on the gospel music scene in 1983. That year, as a 19 year-old prodigy he became the organist for the highly acclaimed Edwin Hawkins Music and Arts Seminar Mass Choir. Teaming with gospel pianist extraordinaire Richard Smallwood and a host of other gifted minstrels (including guitarist Jonathan Dubose and drummer/bassist Joel Smith), Kevin formally introduced himself to the gospel nation on the 1984 EHMAS release, Angels Will Be Singing. www.kevinbond.com
Seven days til Christmas, folks! Happy Holidays to our consistent supporters/followers! Stop by this Wednesday for the always informative and insightful Mid Week in Review edition of Afronerd Radio airing live at 7pm. The topics up for grabs this time are: former Death Row CEO, Suge Knight believes "nigga" is the operative term opposing African-American as a descriptor; and TMZ was more than happy to pole their readers (of varied racial strata) which term, "nigga" or African American should be used; finally catching up on our Blue Area and Anecdote segments (especially after Suge the minstrel) ; sports analyst, Stephen A. Smith has some thoughts about the Kobe Bryant vs Jim Brown war of words and the AA community's ostracizing of Black Conservatives; the Black vs White Santa debate continues with the suspension of a New Mexico teacher; a MSNBC article posits if Don Lemon is the next Clarence Thomas (really?) and lastly, time constraints notwithstanding, Conservative author, Ann Coulter versus HuffPost's Dr. Marc Lamont Hill over the N-word..again. Call live at 646-915-9620.
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