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The Entertainment Review Radio Show hosted by DJ Raven The Devil is honored to have Jac Dalton from the Jac Dalton Band. Mr Jac Daltons bio is very diverse and recently he accepted the appointment of being a music representative for the Sammy Davis Jr and Robbie Robfogel Memorial Fund to support the Calgary Zoo that is promoted on The Entertainment Review Radio Show as well as other radio show. Jac is also very well educated in Marine Biology and Oceanography so he also represents the Dr Joann Norton and Bob P Cashin Memorial Fund associated with Pet World Radio on Blogtalkradio to also raise funds for the Calgary Zoo. For more information see:
The Entertainment Review Radio Show hosted by Dave Gaudet will have Tanya Kaynes the sponsorship coordinator of the Calgary Zoo to talk about the upcoming plans in regards to the rebuilding process of the Calgary Zoo
Rebuild the Zoo
JR The Bossman (@JRTheBossman) and TrueSpeech review the year that was on "TrueSpeech Thursday."
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On this episode of the Alex Cardinale Show, Alex and his best Friend Jeff are going to do a complete recap and review of WWE Fastlane the final PPV on the Road to Wrestlemania! Fastlane aired Sunday February 22, 2015 and was a good PPV! What happened at Fastlane? Who is going to face WWE Champion Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 31? What did Sting and Triple H have in store for each other? Was John Cena able to stop and defeat Rusev?
Find out all that and more as Alex and Jeff Recap WWE Fastlane and discuss the Road To Wrestlemania! Plus, we share our thoughts on the announced Wrestlemania Matches.
Call in at 1 323-642-1605 to discuss your thoughts on WWE Fastlane, the Sting-HHH promo, and more!
Tonight I discuss plans for the coming year for Haitian FREE Thinkers. This is a quick show full of updates.
Towering, boyishly handsome, and boasting a baritone dipped in the gravel and gravy of Southern soul, Marquis is one of the streets and the steeple. A committed man of dedicated faith and community service, Marquis is the anti-thesis of today’s R&B bad boys. Like his inspirations, Marquis started his stage life in front of the pews. Deriving from a rich family legacy of performers that includes blood ties to Phyllis Hyman, Debbie Allen, and Phylicia Rashad, Marquis traveled as a child performer in the “Family & Friends” gospel troupe. He rocked the church with preternaturally grown vocals until high school. A star-turning performance at a college show returned Marquis to music and later membership with the R&B quartet, Mass Appeal. Soon joining up with Babyface’s production team, Marquis further refined his music and engineering skills, working with future Finding My Way producer, Jeremy “Cochise” Ball, Thank You producer, Angelo Ray, as well as the legendary Gerald Levert and the Rude Boys. In 2009, Marquis independently released the FMW2.5 mixtape. While Marquis debut and mixtape told of his broken engagement, 2011’s Authentic was more introspective. Moody blues and torch ballad rich, Authentic was a raw, transparent portrait of a man struggling with hard decisions at life’s crossroads. Singing about broken families, lost love, and the roughness of the industry climb prompted Marquis to take a hiatus to make peace with family, study, and re-discover his spirituality and church. Largely written and recorded in five days with sole producer Angelo Ray, the more up-tempo Thank You is a love letter to everyone who stuck by and loved Marquis through his turmoil and evolution into manhood.
This week, Tom Bissell discusses Elliot Ackerman’s “Green on Blue”; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; John Hooper talks about “The Italians”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Colin Firth, Matthew Vaughn, and Samuel L. Jackson ought to come together to bring you a fantastic Uber-Bond spy film, but we'll let you know if they pull it off.
Is this worth seeing, or should you break down and see 50 Shades?
We'll also answer listener questions, and give you a breakdown of upcoming titles.
This week, Vicki Constantine Croke discusses Heather Macdonald’s “H Is for Hawk”; Parul Sehgal has news from the literary world; John Williams talks about Nick Hornby’s “Funny Girl”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
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