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Join us this week as we welcome country pop music singer songwriter and actress, Olivia Faye. Hailing from from Murray, Ky., Olivia discovered her love for singing and performing country, blues and pop music at a young age, singing in church and school. She also became a regular performer in the Stars of Tomorrow cast at the Kentucky Opry in Draffenville, Kentucky. She has performed recently in Nashville, L.A. and Las Vegas at such famous venues as The Roxy on Sunset Boulevard, The Bluebird Cafe and VooDoo Room at The House of Blues and was recently the opening act for country singer Mark Chesnutt during his Fall concert tour in Kentucky. Olivia has also performed on a seven-city, five-state “No Bully Tour,” Also, she had a lead role in the feature film "Hello Herman" and additionally, wrote a lament style song entitled, “You Didn’t See Me” (aka, Herman’s Lament), about the main character. The song is featured on the soundtrack of the movie. Her song "Private Blue" from 2013 is dedicated to all our veterans who have served. We will talk to Olivia about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her music, feature her latest songs, and ask her to share her message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Olivia Faye at http://oliviafaye.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with with Olivia during the show (718) 766-4193 If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. More great music for a really great cause! And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. This is sure to be a terrific show so be sure to join us, Sunday 8/24/2014 at 4 PM EDT! Our message to the troops....WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.
Charity Wilder-Fischer is the newest and the youngest voice to come out of Paterson with purpose, her cutting edge approach to today's issues and topics from the prospective of the youth in our city makes her an original trend setter, this is one show you don't want to miss... Exciting conversation and special guestmake this show a first of it's kind and in a league by it's self...
Olivia Gilmore - R&B Artist 2:15pm
Olivia Gilmore was born and raised in Hollis, NY to a family comprised of mostly musicians. Naturally Olivia has been singing from the time that she could speak. Her first solo performance was at age 5 and she had her first recording session at age 8, recording a jingle in her father's home studio. From there Olivia went on to record background vocals for Gospel artist Nancey Jackson on her single "Free (yes I'm free)" and even performed live jazz at P Diddy's restaurant "Justin's" at age 16.
In 2013 Olivia released the single 'G Lovin" and has recently released another hot single " Matrix" in March 2014 and is currently working on recording an album. Ms Gilmore's music can be heard on a variety of blogs, radio shows, online publications and mixtapes across the US & UK as we'll as many sold out clubs & restaurants in the tri-state area.
Seth Nix- Gospel Artist - 3:15pm
August 28, 1993, Seth Nix embarked upon and idea that would set his life in motion for a "Journey" not charted before. This would be the year that he had his first real encounter with God, sealed with the evidence of the Holy Spirit. A "Revolutionary" calling compounding with cathartic outcomes have been expressed and experienced through "Worship" A devoted husband and father, Seth says his first ministry is to his wife and his 2 daughters. He says his greatest gift is being a supporter, leader, model, teacher and provider for his loving family.
Join host Sarah Uthoff as she catches you up on what's going on in Laura Ingalls Wilder fandom during July 2014. It's a busy one with dates on pageants in Walnut Grove, MN, De Smet, SD, and Mansfield, MO. Plus we have two great podcast episodes scheduled this month. Be sure to tune in and check them out.
Life Full Circle Radio has never shied away from hard topics, especially when it comes to the conversation about race. Well this Saturday we are going to highlight a new platform to discuss the race in a constructive and interactive way. Our Guest this week will be one of the creators of the new “ Talking About Race” Project and regular Life Full Circle Radio contributor Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder. You might be surprised who she is collaborating on with this project.
We are going to talk about race in a new way that not only empowers, but encourages people to think outside out the box.
Join us every week for provocative talk radio about everything from God to Hip Hop. From the stock market to the Android market, your mind is to big to be thinking about so little. Join us every week for the conversation!
From the day she discovered she had a voice that could touch millions, Olivia Longott put in long, hard hours in the studio, trying to achieve her dreams of R&B superstardom. With such royal talents, she fully deserved the title she was given as First Lady of J, the legendary Clive Davis’s label, and then First Lady of G-Unit, when she landed a second deal with G Unit/Interscope Records. Olivia quickly made it clear that she is nobody’s number two. With dual recording deals in hand, Olivia thought her dream had manifested—until she left both labels in what felt like a nightmare.
Being the fighter her daddy taught her to be, Olivia would not let these challenges hold her back from the industry. Instead, she used the experiences as a setup for something new. The world saw her jump back into the ring swinging on the Love & Hip Hop reality show. Sometimes, though, reality isn’t always what it seems. That’s why Olivia has taken the time to sit down and pen what it truly is. During her unfolding journey in the music industry, Olivia has seen, heard, and experienced a lot. Now it’s time to bring you into her world.
Join author Craig Steven Wilder for a discussion of his recent book - Ebony&Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's University. Craig Steven Wilder is a professor of American history at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has taught at Wiliams College and Dartmouth College.
Many of America's revered colleges and universities - from Harvard, Yale, and Princeton to Rutgers, Williams College, and UNC - were soaked in the sweat and the tears, and sometimes the blood of people of color. The earliest academies proclaimed their mission to Christianize the savages of North America, and played a key role in white conquest. Later, the slave economy and higher education grew up together, each nurturing the other. Slavery funded colleges, built campuses, and paid the wages of professors. Enslaved Americans waited on faculty and students; academic leaders aggressively courted the support of slave owners and slave traders. Significantly, as Wilder shows, our leading universities, dependent on human bondage, became breeding grounds for the racist ideas that sustained them.
Ebony and Ivy is a powerful and propulsive study and the first of its kind, revealing a history of oppression behind the institutions usually considered the cradle of liberal politics.