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  • 01:14

    GEORGE CLINTON'S Right Hand Man, RON DUNBAR!! Visits This Side of the River!

    in Music

    Historic Segment With GEORGE CLINTON'S Right Hand Man RON DUNBAR!!


    TIME: 7 PM CENTRAL / 8 PM DETROIT / 5 PM VEGAS / 1 AM LONDON


     Cited: Wikipedia:


    Ronald Dunbar (born c. 1939) is an American songwriter, A&R director and record producer who worked closely with Holland-Dozier-Holland, and with George Clinton. His co-writing credits include the hit songs "Give Me Just a Little More Time", "Band of Gold", and "Patches", for which he won a Grammy.


    Dunbar worked on independent production projects before joining George Clinton's Uncle Jam Records as A&R Director in 1978. He also continued as a songwriter, his most successful song being "Agony of DeFeet" by Parliament/Funkadelic, written with Clinton and Donnie Sterling. The collaborations with Clinton continued until 1980, when Dunbar returned to independent production. From 1998 he worked for Holland Group Productions, established by Edward Holland in Los Angeles.

  • 03:05

    "FunKin 4 FuN" Hosted By Djb-1

    in Entertainment

    Djb-1 is back inside the Red Carpet Room to take you into your party weekend. If your into that ole school party mix where the Dj plays that funkadelic music that will have you sweating it out on the dancefloor, then you've come to the right spot. Welcome to "Fa All Of Y'all" with Djb-1!. Every Saturday night this ole school dj puts on a party, by playing r&b, r&b soul, funk, blues,zydeco, ole school rap, and much much more. Every weekend, you'll be spending three hours with this well experienced dj as he gives all of ya'll what you came for--- old school music at it's best!  Stop by if your into that house party and basement music that takes you back to those funk days! See you in the building!! Brought to you by, Diversity Of The Minds Network. If you'd like to speak live to the host, dial 516-531-9334.


     


    Thanks for your support!


     

  • 01:08

    SETH NEBLETT! Visits This Side of the River with Show host TGC & Donnie Sterling

    in Music

    1/21/2016 THIS Thursday SETH NEBLETT!!


    Seth Neblett is an American photographer, singer and editor. Born in Highland Park, MI. He is the only child of American funk/R&B singer Mallia Franklin of Parliament-Funkadelic/Parlet fame, also known as the Queen of Funk and session drummer Nathaniel "Nate" Neblett. As a child, he sang on songs by Parliament, Funkadelic and Bootsy's Rubber Band "This Boot Is Made For Funk'n". In 1989, Derrick Ladd (A&R) offered him an opportunity to join the roster of the newly formed LaFace Records, but Seth declined because he was reluctant to leave his group to become a solo artist. His photography credits include the PBS P-Funk documentary "One Nation Under A Groove" and he also photographed Parlet (his mother Mallia, Shirley Hayden and Jeanette Washington) for the cover of "Funk U! magazine" in France in 1997. Most recently he shot the cover of Diva, Miki Howard's 2008 release "Private Collection" and the 2008 cover of cookbook "[Champagne & Collard Greens]" for Maxi B. Seth has also been credited at one time as Miki Howard's publicist. In 2008, Seth was the editor at large of an entertainment website launched that he conceived called grownpeoplesbiz.com. The site was defunct shortly after. He's created content with friends and music celebrities like Maxi B. of the Mary Jane Girls, Miki Howard, Sheila E. and others. Seth is writing a autobiography with his mother and her funk singing sisters, The Brides of Funkenstein and Parlet. Seth's Mother, Mallia "Queen of Funk" Franklin died at the age of 57 in 2010. Seth directed his first two music videos in 2010, "Favorite Time of the Year" for Miki Howard and "Dedicated" for Vesta Williams.


    Cited: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3764707/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm

  • 01:02

    P-Funk Writer, Producer, Performer, Donnie Sterling Live!

    in Music

    Join us this coming Thursday Janurary 7, 2016 at pm CT, 5 pm PST and for all our listeners in Detroit 8 pm EST. Back by popular demand P-Funk Alumni Donnie Sterling will be guest star on the show.


    Donnie Sterling a producer, writer, musician and live performer was brought to the P-Funk family by Parlet’s Mallia Franklin in 1978 as Parlet’s band leader and Bass guitar player. After writing three songs on Parlet’s second album, "Invasion Of The Booty Snatchers", Sterling and Franklin both left Parlet in 1979.
    Sterling became a P-Funk hit writer for music legends and Grammy winners George Clinton and Ron Dunbar respectfully. Topics of discussion will be:


    1. How he got started in the music business


    2. Pros and Cons of the music business


    3. How to become and stay successful in music the business 


    4. Current trends in the music business


    5. Upcoming events from the P-Funk music scene for 2016

  • 02:01

    Eddie Harris, Meta Physics of the Parliament and James Brown Dealing with Today

    in Politics

    Eddie Harris will discuss the  Meta Physics of the P- Funk Parliament Funkadelic, and James Brown Dealing with Today....Listen and Learn

  • 02:01

    All The Squares Go Home!

    in Rock Music

    Friday, 01/15/16, 11pm est, 8pm pst.  Call in to speak with the host  (323) 784-3617


    Tonight we celebrate the musical accomplishments and inspirations of Rock Trumpeter Cynthia Robinson   


    Cynthia Robinson (January 12, 1944 – November 23, 2015) was an American musician, best known for being the trumpeter and vocalist in Sly and The Family Stone.   Her voice and presence were featured in the hit "Dance To The Music".  Robinson was among the first female trumpeters in a major American band, and the first such player in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  She played in the funk band Graham Central Station.  She was the mother of two daughters: Laura Marie and Sylvyette Phunne.  Cynthia Robinson was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Sly & The Family Stone.  In 2006, she reunited with the original band members of Family Stone.On November 23, 2015 Robinson died of cancer in Carmichael, California at the age of 71. 


    She Appears on



    Stargard – Back 2 Back - Warner Bros. Records – BSK 3456 - (1981)
    Funkadelic – The Electric Spanking Of War Babies - Warner Bros. Records – BSK 3482 - (1981) - Tracks: "Funk Gets Stronger" (Part I), "Funk Gets Stronger" (Killer Millimeter Longer Version) / "She Loves You"
    Graham Central Station – GCS2000 - NPG Records - (1998) - Track: "GCS2000"
    The Robert Cray Band - Time Will Tell - Sanctuary Records - (2003) - Track: "Your Pal


    Sal Filipelli is an American Recording Artist who has recorded & written with Sly Stone and recently released a CD called "THIS DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY".
    B. Crit organized the very first Fan Convention honoring the band, Sly & The Family Stone.


     

  • 01:15

    DONNYD'S SOUL SUNDAY'S

    in Music

    THE BEST OF OLD SOUL,FUNK,JAZZ ON ONLINE RADIO.

  • 02:04

    MONEY B / DIGITAL UNDERGROUND -THUR, DEC 10, 2015 - 6:00 PM PST

    in Radio

    Digital Underground was an alternative hip hop group from Oakland, California. Their personnel changed and rotated with each album and tour.[1]


    Digital Underground's leader and mainstay was Greg "Shock G" Jacobs (also known as Humpty Hump); Shock G formed the group in 1987 with Jimi "Chopmaster J" Dright of Berkeley, California, and Tampa hip-hop radio deejay Kenneth "Kenny-K" Waters.[2]


    Heavily influenced by the various funk bands of the 1970s, Digital Underground sampled such music frequently, which became a defining element of West Coast rap. As "Rackadelic", Jacobs designed album covers and cartoon-laced liner notes, in homage to Parliament-Funkadelic album designs. Digital Underground is also notable for launching the career of member Tupac Shakur, as well as spinning off side projects and solo acts including Raw Fusion, Saafir, and singer Mystic.[3]


    Following the release of their "Doowutchyalike" single and video in the summer of 1989, the band gained popularity with their song "The Humpty Dance" in 1990. Digital Underground toured nearly every year up until 2008; this consisted of live shows in Europe, Japan, Canada, Australia, and the U.S. While the group's origins lay mostly in Oakland and Berkeley, California, various characters and voices from around the U.S and U.K. appeared on the band's albums. Shock G and Money-B were the only individuals to appear on every album. Other recurring key contributors were David "DJ Fuze" Elliot, and deejay/producer Jeremy "J-Beats" Jackson, who both assisted Jacobs in developing the sound.[3]


     

  • 02:22

    Friday nite at The House of Funk

    in Music

    It's friday nite and you just got paid. You don't have to go no where but the supermarket and the liquor store. call that special someone over ,  have a bit to eat . click that link , listen to The House of Funk, them watch netflix and chill. I ain't mad cha. Enjoy the music. I hope it's good to your earholes. Welcome to The House of Funk

  • 00:23

    JHBLS Michael Hampton (Part 2)

    in Rock Music

    The intricate solos and melodies of Michael Hampton AKA Kidd Funkadelic range from R&B based funk to otherworldly intergalactic Funk.  We will take a closer look at some of Mike's guitar playing.

    http://www.michaelhampton.com

  • 01:26

    The House of Funk Returns

    in Music

    We play music you've heard, and music you haven't. There will be some song you forgot about and brings back a memory of back in da day. We ill play music from all genres. But don';t get it twisted It will all be FUNKY! We hope you enjoy WELCOE TO THE HOUSE OF FUNK!