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This show will consist of information on "A Masters Peace" Production. "A Motown Experience" is dramatization of the different eras within the history of Motown music. Travel through the different eras of Motown by experiencing Contemporary, Gospel, Revolutionary, and Classical music. Learn Motown history while enjoying song, spoken word, speeches, historic videos, poetry and more . We will speak with Kim Shaw and Kiya Amajioyi who will explain to the listeners the importance of what this show represents and why you don't want to miss it.
The Winter Classic has come and gone... and it was awesome. The WIIM crews shares their experience from the largest hockey game ever.
The boss is back and he's interviewing Motown Maurice again for another quest evaluation. The first interview between The Boss & Motown Maurice was on October 19, 2010 for his 30th day quest evaluation. The purpose of this interivew is to determine the progress of 2011 and evaluate the future of Motown Maurice's quest.
WIIM Radio is back as the return of hockey season nears. We'll cover the recent DeKeyser re-signing, Anthony Mantha's status with the team, Tomas Jurco, Aaron Rome's camp invite, the Prospects Tournament results, and every other hockey topic that comes across our stupid summer-addled brains.
Join us live in the comments as we get geared up for Red Wings hockey.
Rouse Ministries Broadcasting & Communications Online Radio Shows - The Pastor J. Rouse Show, The Discussion & Wright On Point Hot Topics...syndicated on Friday mornings at 10am to 12noon on Heartline Radio and Saturday afternoons at 3pm to 5pm on TruLight Radio (SAST - 9am to 11am EST)
- The Big "D" (Detroit);
- Special Guest: Marvin Thompson Jr. on City Square the Musical;
- Live On Location interviews and reviews on City Square the Musical;
- Special Guest: Mark Hunter and the play Man Up;
- Pastor Claretta Haddon-Jackson;
- Motown Updates;
- Detoit: The Comback and much much more...
- May 2, 2015 - Indie Bookstore Day and Author, J. Wright Rouse book signing;
- Special Announcements, updates, news you can use and much much more...
- New music and much more.
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We're covering a covering under God - Live on The Pastor J. Rouse Show...
- More new Music;- International Events and Happenings; - Birthday Shout Outs, Church Shout Outs, Special Anniversary Shout Outs, Upcoming Rouse Ministries Events, International Christian Events and Happenings and much much more.....
Welcome to the QPKS Network! Today we welcome, Author Walker Smith to talk the Historical Motown Records, Jack the Rapper and more!
ABOUT WALKER SMITH
As the child of a jazz drummer and a book-addicted beatnik, Walker Smith grew up in a house filled with music and literature. The music bug bit first, and Walker was signed as a recording artist with the prestigious Casablanca label (under the name Bobbi Walker). But between studio sessions and appearances, she quietly pressed on with her creative writing and history studies. Three solo albums later, she walked away from the music business and headed for New York to pursue her real dream to write. She wrote interviews and articles for African Voices and Vertigo magazines, features for the Reel Sisters Film Festival, and a collaborative biography with black radio pioneer Jack the Rapper Gibson. After releasing her first historical novel The Color Line , Walker Smith began work on what would become her most personal novel--Bluestone Rondo.
CONTACT P.K. SPEARMAN
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CONTACT WALKER SMITH
To schedule an interview with Walker, contact: Jacqueline Rhinehart (917)-554-2851
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Joey Ororpesa was born in the film industry state of California. Unlike many other kids on his block Joey-O didn’t spend his time playing basketball or video games. Joey spent most of his time outside filming videos with his buddies at an early age. At the age of 7, he knew he wanted to become Film Director. A few years after moving to Tampa, FL, Joey-O started his very first show in 2003.
They called it the Steven Ortiz Show or S-O-S which was based on his partners in crime. Later in 2005, Steven moved off to Puerto Rico, causing the end of the S-O-S. Joey continued making the show with the same name until in 2007. Later the name was changed to The Joey-O-Show.
The Joey -O- Show made a nice impact in Tampa bay. The show continued on until there was a great impact in 2010. That same year, Joey joined the morning show at his school, Leto High. The Joey-O-Show went live to all rooms and became very popular in a short period of time. Later that year, the show spread throughout the Hillsborough school district.
Continuing to reach high to chance his dream, Joey-O joined a Tampa, FL’s first late night talk show. Yes, The Motown Maurice Show. During the first quarter of 2010, Joey volunteered as a cameraman. After the completion of the show’s first season, Joey-O maintained his working relationship with Motown Maurice. A few months later, Joey graduated from Leto High.
Between 2006 and 2010, Joey has made 9 motion picture films. He is currently working on a project that he claims will be the biggest film he has ever made. It’s a motion picture film called, Blackheart. The plot is crime detective based. As Joey moves forward into life, he’s planning to attend FSU’s film school.
Fore more information visit: http://www.youtube.com/user/shmed1
Join us at Winging It In Motown radio for some indepth talk about the red wings playoff series against the Tampa Bay Lighting. We'll talk about Babcock, the 10 years he spent in Detroit and what it means for the Red Wings moving forward. Some Griffins, some Larkin and more!