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We start with a quick chat with Dr. Nicole Jasper of Craziest Cases of the ERL Untold Stories. (He put his what where?!) Discovery Fit & Health and TLC will show you.
Jimmy Osmond, the youngest of the singing clan, is the keeper of a very special holiday tradition in Branson, Missouri. And, he's a great dad. Jimmy has taken the bedrock Osmond Family belief - that everyone has a special gift to share - and turned it into childrens' book; The Awesome Possum Band. Do you know a child who needs to know how special they are? (http://www.amazon.com/Awesome-Possum-Family-Jimmy-Osmond/dp/1621572110 ) The Awesome Possum Band comes with thoughtful exercises that encourage young spirits. Did you know the Osmonds created a foundation that has raised 5 billion dollars for children's charities? Listen in and meet the first Osmond to ever have a gold record and hear an Osmond memory you can sing along with.
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Beverley is a short film set in Leicester in 1980. It follows a mixed race girl’s struggles to carve out a sense of identity in a confusing, shifting, cultural landscape. Short Film "Beverley" written by Alexander Thomas, highlighting the identity problems young people of mixed nationality in urban areas face on a day-to-day basis in Britain before multi-culturalism. Set against the backdrop of Britains 2-Tone music era of 1980.We aim to enter the film into festivals and provide schools and youth workers with DVD's in order to provoke discussion and promote the search for creative outlets for young people.Whilst the film follows its protagonist’s journey, it simultaneously explores British cultural history and concepts of British identity.
Barry Biggs is a reggae singer, best known in the UK for his cover of the Blue Magic song, "Sideshow", which got to number 3 in the UK Singles Chart in 1977.Biggs worked as an recording engineer and cameraman with the Jamaican Broadcasting Company, and also spent time as a member of the band the Astronauts, before becoming the lead singer for Byron Lee's Dragonaires.
Biggs recorded his first Jamaican hit, a cover of The Osmonds' "One Bad Apple". He broke through to international success in 1976 with "Work All Day", which had been recorded seven years earlier. Biggs had six hit singles on the UK Singles Chart between 1976 and 1981, the most successful of these, "Sideshow", reaching number 3 in January 1977. He recorded two songs with Bunny Lee; "Sincerely" and "You're Welcome" which did well in reggae charts. He topped the reggae chart in the UK with "Wide Awake in a Dream" and "A Promise is a Comfort to a Fool".
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Pastor Christopher L. Walker Sr. is the author of the book "Lemons to Lemonade: Overcoming Your Past and Winning in the Now!"
In addition, Chris is the Senior Pastor and Founder of Cathedral of Power International Church, a non-denominational family church in Clermont, Florida. Known for his powerful and dynamic vocal ability as a worship leader, Pastor Christopher has the ability to usher in the presence of God with boldness and fervor. His preaching is humorous, direct, personal, and cuts to the core of real issues. He has an anointing to break strongholds, bring healing to the soul, and encourage your spirit to reach your destiny. While serving in the U.S. Army, his gifts enabled him to minister across the country as well as abroad in South Korea and the Bahamas. His vocal gift has given him a platform on Christian radio and television. The Lord has opened doors and allowed him to produce for Walt Disney’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, Sea World of Florida, Marie Osmonds Children Miracle Television Network Telethon, co-host a segment of the Bobby Jones Gospel Show on BET Network, and was given the opportunity to sing back-up for Grammy Award Artist Yolanda Adams, and Stellar Award Artists, O’landa Draper & Dottie Peoples. Walker founded the Cathedral of Power Int Church in 2003 with his wife Carla Walker.
We welcome Pastor Chris to NiACOM's "Relationship Reload" to discuss the story behind his books with biblical truths. He'll share how his has lived out these principles in his personal life from triumphing over hurt and pain, to victory in areas of relationships. You really don't want miss this broadcast and opportunity to speak "live" with Pastor Chris.
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I'll be talking about inspiration for the new year and will feature songs from my CD, "From My Heart to Yours." & my CD, "I'm on Fire" for which I wrote all the songs and music. I'm on Fire is available in my website store. www.merrillosmond.com/store.
Join me for the start of an inspirational new year 2013!
Join us this week as we welcome country music singer/songwriter, Nathan Osmond. Hailing from American Fork, UT., Nathan is no stranger to the business. Nearly his entire life has been dedicated to writing and performing music. Raised around television and recording studios, he knew at an early age that music was his destiny. His four latest singles have all hit #1 on several Country charts for up to 4 weeks in a row. (“Sweet”, “The Tailgate Song”, and “There’s A Whole Lot About A Woman”, featuring first-ever CMA award winner, Jack Greene). His new single, “Stars & Stripes”, which he co-wrote, also just hit #1 on the Independent Country Charts this year. His music video was just featured on GAC and Lou Dobbs Tonight. His videos have also been featured on CMT. He’s recently opened for Chris Young, Carrie Underwood, Clay Walker, Lonestar, Martina McBride, and others. Nathan has also toured to over 15 countries, singing in many of their languages, and had 3 songs in the top 40 in the U.K. with his brothers (The Osmonds 2nd Generation). We will talk to Nathan about his upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at his music, feature his latest songs, and ask him to share his message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Nathan Osmond at http://nathanosmond.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and chat live with Nathan during the show. 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 February 17th 2013 at 4:00 PM EST! Our message to the troops....WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.
You can forget about the Jacksons and the Osmonds, as the top musical families in America, because those two, simply opened..for The Hamptons !
If you want to listen in on a VIP inside scoop, like a fly on the wall, as one of our country's royal music family chit chat about life, music, and Black history, then do not miss my show on April 1, 2012.
I so proud to announce that I have assembled the best jazz collection of family members of the Hampton family on my show.
The Unforgettable Hamptons DVD was nominated for two New York News & Documentary Emmy Awards:
Best Historical/Cultural Program
Best Writer - Program or Series
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Ladies and gentlemen, I am please to announce that I will have the famous family of Jazz on my show November 27, 2011 at 7:30 pm eastern time...'The Hamptons'!
If you are amazed with the musical families like the Jacksons, and the Osmonds, then be prepared to be entertained by a family that started from a son of a slave, who taught himself and all his children to play every musical instrument in existence.
Dawn Hampton and Jackie Hampton will give my listeners a glimpse into their remarkable family.
Join me for a special one hour show with Nathan Osmond. Nathan Osmond is an accomplished singer, songwriter, producer, motivational speaker and has shared the stage with some of the industry’s biggest names. He is the son of 70’s pop star, Alan Osmond.
Ever since he was a child, Nathan remembers growing up on the set of the Donny & Marie Show. The late Bob Hope discovered Nathan and his brothers (The Osmonds 2nd Generation) and gave them their first National television appearance on his Christmas show back in 1986. Since then, he and his brothers have traveled to over 14 different countries, singing in many different languages. He did commercials for the Sumitomo Bank of Japan and served as youth chairmen for the Children’s Miracle Network. He appeared on the front covers of teen magazines everywhere.
Nathan is currently focused on his solo Country career. He is proud to be releasing his first solo album this year called, “Feels Like Heaven.” Dean Sams of the hit country group, Lonestar. Produced four of the tracks on his album out in Nashville, TN. He finished recording his album in Muscle Shoals, AL with Grammy Award-winning songwriter & producer, Gary Baker. Nathan’s song, “Sweet” will be featured on CMT this year.
When I was a kid, I heard Music, and lots of it!! everything from the jackson 5 to James Brown & Aretha Franklin (the King & Queen of Soul, respectively) I Heard Marvin Gaye (my favorite) & Easter Phillips, Con Funk Shun (home town heroes-Vallejo) & Earth, Wind & Fire. The Isley Brothers & The Commodores, The Sylvers & The Osmonds, Thelonios Monk, Miles Davis, Donald Bird, Natalie Cole, Minnie Ripperton, Sly & the Family Stone and Slave, Lenny Williams, Rick James (biatch) and Teena Marie, the Beatles, Bread, Seals & Croft, the Doobie Brothers and I'm just skimming over the top of all the music I heard.
Fact is I still hear this music today, loud and clear and I don't know if it's me or if that music is just so much better than what I hear in music today. I'm not saying there arent any standouts today (Alisha Keys, Anthony Hamilton, Rashaan Patterson, Ledisi, ) But I still need to continue having music from the 30's to the 80's as part of my listening diet. Am I just so old (musically that is) like back in the day with the old jazz heads,that I just don't want to accept the changing of musical styles and the new fresh sounds that are being produced today? or do I have a legitimate beef with todays music? Simply put for me music is like Hamburgers & Steaks, today is Hamburger only good when it's hot and the older music is like Steaks gets better as it gets older.
If you have an opinion on this subject or you just want to hear what we have to say please tune in to our show "the way i see it" at www.blogtalkradio.com/jay-king or call in at 347-205-9366 Sunday, April 11th, 2010 from 2-4pm pacific standard time as Robert Redwine & I (Jay King) discuss this subject and the effect music has had on our society & lives with each other & you...