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Next Friday night all roads are leading to Boyce Street Missionary Baptist Church, Reverend Gleason R. Rogers, Pastor, Reverend Gleason R. Rogers, Pastor, Reverend Gleason R. Rogers, Pastor 1620 Rosa L parks Boulevard Nashville Tennessee 37208 starts at 7:30 p.m. that's a Friday night June 12, 2015!!! Special guests: Louella Knighton of the Georgia Mass Choir, Quintin Cooper of California, Tiffany Terry of Milw...
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In 1983, Shannon was enrolled at york College and toured with the New York Jazz Ensemble. Quintin Hicks, an associate of the production team of Mark Liggett and Chris Barbosa and auditioned with the song "She Can't Love You Like I Do". They introduced her to the selection "Fire and Ice," which would later evolve into Shannon'ssignature song., "Let the Music Play". " its unique sound, called "The Shannon Sound," would later come to be known as "freestyle"."Let The Music Play" would also be the title of Shannon's debut album released in 1984.
In September 1983, "Let The Music Play" was released, and Shannon was invited back to record more songs with Liggett and Barbosa. The single reached #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Billboard R&B and Hot Dance Club Play charts. It also was ranked at #49 of Billboard's Top 100 songs of 1984. It was later ranked #23 among Billboard's best dance songs of all-time.
Joe "Funhouse" Celestine, of the original New York Funhouse will also join us. FunHouse opened up on March 30, 1979 by 4 partners - Joe, Ronnie, Jerry & Vinnie. The Funhouse was a popular 1980s club on Manhattan's West side that became a way of life for many in NYC and the surrounding boros. DJ John "Jellybean" Benitez made this his home with his unique style as a DJ and yes, this is where Madonna started her carreer, along with other legendary artists such as New Edition. One of the Village People even got married there. The club became very famous. It was included in many articles about disco and the dance scene.
Join Apostle Natalie Young hosting "The Musical Gift of Quintin Cooper" born to a musical family began with instruments at age of 2- on the drums. then bass guitar the, keys at 12. He continued in the lead guitar. He began singing on the road with his father, in "The Heavenly Five Gospel Singers. Quintin went to The Apollo as a Solo Artist, and won the show. At the age of 15, made an appearance on Star Search and was offered a Recording Contract that was declined by his parents due to his young age. He later become the Minister of Music at his fathers’ church, developing more skills, talents, abilities and techniques for music and vocal training. At 18, Quintin moved to Palm Beach, Florida to pursue a career. He became the Minister of Music at The Christian Life Center in Loxahatchee, Florida with a greater ability and understand this position catapulted into a life of music ministry. Quintin continued his journey to Tennessee to The Bobby Jones Gospel Show .Quintin performed at The South Florida Gospel Network, Stellar Awards and has been aired live in Jamaica. Featured in The South Florida Gospel Network Magazine, as one of the "Most Congenial Artists of South Florida," sponsored Quintin began recording with MTAM Records and was later showcased at The MGM Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada as a Solo Artist. God has given him a profound desire for worship. Not performance, Quintin believes “The relationship that you have with your God will be evident by your worship.” A new life presents a new goal; Ministry. Find Quintin Cooper at: www.Quin10Music.com Contact: Email:firstname.lastname@example.org 888.455.6455 ext 101
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"I think that the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign will greatly intensify. It will be incredibly even more difficult for defenders of Israel's apartheid regime to defend Israel in this new era. (Prime Minister) Netanyahu's election makes our job advocating for these campaigns much more easy."
– Josh Ruebner, policy director with the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, on the outcome of the March 17 Israeli election.
My two guests for March are J.J. White and Quintin Peterson.
J.J. White has penned seven novels and over two hundred short stories since he began writing seriously. He has had articles and stories published in several anthologies and magazines. J.J. was recently nominated for the Pushcart Prize for his short piece Tour Bus. His novel, Prodigious Savant, was published in 2014 as part of a three book deal with Black Opal Books.
Quintin Peterson is a retired District of Columbia police officer who served the public for more than 28 years. He is an artist and an award-winning author of crime fiction. Quintin was also a liaison between the department and members of the motion picture and television industries, acting as a script consultant and technical adviser.
Both authors are new to me. I hope you can come by and listen as I discover more about each of them.
UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Kansas City Chief's Quintin Demps to Conversations LIVE to discuss football, faith and how finding his passion has helped led him to a purpose-driven life.
Coach Lee Hull - Morgan State University
Lee Hull was introduced by Morgan State University Athletics Director Floyd Kerr as the new head football coach of the Morgan State Bears on January 9, 2014. Hull has been the assistant coach at Maryland since 2008, and has built an impressive coaching resume.
Hull, 48, becomes the 19th head football coach in Morgan State history.
Hull comes to MSU after spending the past six seasons (2008-13) with the University of Maryland as wide receivers coach. During his time there he helped coach Darrius Heyward-Bey (Indianapolis Colts) and Torrey Smith (Baltimore Ravens) to first and second round NFL Draft selections, respectively, as well as building one of the most talented receiving corps in the ACC this season.
Hull also helped developed LaQuan Williams (Baltimore Ravens), Tony Logan (New England Patriots) and Quintin McCree (Winnipeg Blue Bombers) who went on to careers in professional football after leaving College Park.