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  • 00:40

    Ridin Durty w/ Vic XL feat Xavier White @iamxavierwhite

    in Music

    Show:Ridin Durty Radio

    Host:Vic XL

    Location;Atlanta Ga


    Xavier White grew up listening to his grandfather playing the drums and his mother playing the best of R. Kelly and Usher. Interestingly  his focus in his younger years was not of R&B, but of punk rock. Being bi-racial, with a Scottish father and an African American mother, he had the best of both worlds.His favorite punk rock bands consisted of Green Day, Simple Plan, and Linkin Park.Confused in his younger years, he chose to write music to anything he found suitable for his tempo of music. Around the age of 16, Xavier contended in his high school talent show and sang one of his favorite songs at the time, “So Sick” by Ne-Yo. Placing in 2nd place gave Xavier an idea of what he needed to improve on in the future. Being a fast learner, he promised himself he will win 1st place in the talent show before graduating high school. In Xavier’s senior year, he won 1st place singing and showcasing his powerful vocals with "My Girl" by The Temptations. Xavier released his first EP at the age of 23 called “Our Last Memories.” Between his high school career and his current projects, Xavier has utilized the time to focus on crafting his voice and lyrics. He is currently hitting main stream media and plans on winning a Grammy award in the near future. Currently, his single “New York Times” is garnering major attention from fans and media alike. Xavier’s new EP, Cancer Vs. Gemini, is currently in the works of being released over the summer.




  • 02:00

    Hybrid Jazz: International Jazz Day - with Gabriela Martina & Charmaine Clamor!

    in Music

    We have SO much to say that it's hard to know where to begin!  Gabriela Martina starts our episode on 4/30 at one p.m. Eastern.  Her new "No White Shoes" is getting incredible BUZZ - and she's a natural to star in our special Saturday edition of "Hybrid Jazz."  Originally from Switzerland, Gabriela received an education in London - but also in her native city of Lucerne. There, she immersed herself in the multi-faceted music scene before heading to Berklee in Boston for more adventures.  I must tell you that this amazing talent discovered her calling early in life, as she sang (and yodeled!) in her family's Swiss band. The experiences that she had at home paved the way for connections formed in the States - Gabriela has worked with some heavyweights - as diverse as Meshell Ndegeocello, Jack DeJohnette, and Angelique Kidjo.  What a joy to introduce her to you!

    Charmaine Clamor is no stranger - many moons ago, yours truly had the opportunity to interview her on "Cool Jazz Conversations."  She is a remarkable woman from Subic-Zambales, in The Philippines.  Her precious memories revolve around playing the piano while her Mom sang Filipino torch songs and beloved favorites from America.  Passion intact, Charmaine made her way to Southern California with a dream of singing and uplifting her country.  Somewhere along the way, she ALSO got a Masters degree in Physical Therapy!  This "Queen of Jazzipino" has had a handful of albums that have garnered her rave reviews - and we might get some news about an upcoming project when she visits.

    In the mix, too, for this glorious gathering for global Jazz: a giveaway!  Gregory Porter's new CD before it's released :) "Take Me to the Alley" - autographed - can be yours!  All you have to do is LISTEN and you might be the winner!  See you in The Chat Room on 4/30! 

  • 01:59

    Code Connection - Medieval Chants and Celtic Music With Katy Taylor

    in Spirituality

    Jesse interviews Katy Taylor - who performs original and medieval chant and song that weaves celtic ornamentation with haunting, mystical invocations and prayers.Katy started with school talent shows and singing in chorus, school musicals, and church choirs. During a study-abroad opportunity in Austria in her undergrad years, she acquired a taste for medieval music by singing with Vienna's St. Augustine Church Choir.  While living in Vermont in the 90’s, Katy toured with the group Northern Harmony in the United States, Canada, England, and Europe, performing traditional music of all kinds and singing with Peter and Mary Alice Amidon and Tony Barrand. She also sang with the eclectic, traditional music group, the Bayley-Hazen Singers, and with Anima, a medieval women's ensemble.  Anima first introduced Katy to the music of 12th c. German mystic Hildegard von Bingen.  Katy has recorded 4 of her own CDs, including a Mass commissioned by the Foundation for Universal Sacred Music.  Katy sings to feel connected to Truth, Source, the Divine, however you name that. She doesn’t sit down to compose, but often from the inspiration of a poem or a prayer, music rises up within her to become a song. For her, to sing is to channel her particular expression of the Divine into the world.  Learn more about Katy at http://www.katytaylor.com/ and http://www.thewingedheart.net/


    Website:  www.jesseannnicholsgeorge1.com

  • 01:00

    “The Lord reigns for ever and ever.” A Study of Exodus 15-19.

    in Christianity

    15 Then Moses and the Israelites sang this song to the Lord:

    Exodus 15:1 “I will sing to the Lord,
        for he is highly exalted.
    Both horse and driver
        he has hurled into the sea.

    2 “The Lord is my strength and my defense[a];
        he has become my salvation.
    He is my God, and I will praise him,
        my father’s God, and I will exalt him.
    3 The Lord is a warrior;
        the Lord is his name.

    18  “The Lord reigns for ever and ever.”

    Exodus 16:4 Then the Lord said to Moses, “I will rain down bread from heaven for you. The people are to go out each day and gather enough for that day. In this way I will test them and see whether they will follow my instructions. 5 On the sixth day they are to prepare what they bring in, and that is to be twice as much as they gather on the other days.”


  • 01:32

    Rose Colombo N The Justice Club/Pat Walmisley/Exec Assistant to Rep Moorehead

    in Current Events

    If you want to learn more about immigration then tune in on April 26, 2016, when Rose Colombo, speaks with former adviser to Congressman Carlos Moorehead (deceased) who was a powerhouse and stood up with integrity for the U.S. Constitution and the American Citizens and his and her expertise evolved around immigration laws.  Pat is an entertainer and worked as a long-time Director of Community Relations for HOrace Heidt Productions....she sang with Big Bands and continues to sing Patriotic Songs for the City of Burbank's Memorial Day and Veterans Day Ceremonies since 1994 and other patriotic community events.  Rose Colombo will continue with her commentary on The Justice Club involving misdemeanors and appeals as well as political events of the day.....Rose can be heard online worldwide MWF from 9am-10:30am pst and 12-1:30pm est - Authors and Experts Corner is heard with prominent people every Wednesday and Friday from 9:30am - 10:00 am pst - 12:30p-1:00pm est - Bookmark Rose Colombo N The Justice Club - Share - Follow - All shows are archived at Freedomizer Radio and at Rose4Justice Blogs N Radio Shows at www.rose4justice.com

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  • 02:59

    BRANDEDafterDARK Radio - with Guest musician Margo Rey

    in Music

    Host: Charles iambranded Madison

    Guest: musician Margo Rey

    call in number (713)955-0720

    Six-time Billboard charting singer-songwriter Margo Rey was born in Acapulco, Mexico but grew up in Dallas, Texas and laid her professional foundation with over a decade of classical music training under the exclusive tutelage of classical voice professor Dr. Luther Stripling and began performing at age 11. At the age of 16, Rey fronted an all female rock band Debutante (The Debs,) who toured the U.S. as well as over- seas and also sang in a 3 piece power pop band called the Ritual before beginning a career in jazz.  Shortly after this time period Margo began crafting and touring her own original music that she calls "Organica." 


  • 02:03


    in Radio

           I can remember quite a few singers, performers that I met through my career.  I did radio for a long time saw a lot of people come and go.  I often wonder with the way people act, do ants have celebrities?  Or is this life we live just a circus of events.  Do elephants, gorillas?  Do they have meetings, and in their animalistic way - sign autographs?  Or is that special performance just for us humans?  And if humans are so great - why do they die?  Does it matter?

         I saw the sad faces when Michael Jackson left - and I understand when you have a mental bond with someone who sang a record that may have sparked a relationship, someone portrayed someone in a movie that parallelled your life to the point it was soothing, so when they're gone - it hits you.

          The most difficult exits are probably ones where you're not aware of any illness, then suddenly they're gone, like in the case of Gregory Hines - at 55 he was out of here, and now this - PRINCE at 57.  The cool critics take a look at it from all angles.  347-205-9366.

  • 02:11

    Sabbath of the 4th Commandment

    in Christianity

    I am the Lord your God; walk in my statutes, and keep my judgments, and do them; and hallow my sabbaths; and they shall be a sign between me and you, that ye may know that I am the Lord your God. Ezekiel 20:19, 20. OHC 343.1
    The Sabbath was given to all mankind to commemorate the work of Creation. The great Jehovah, when He had laid the foundations of the earth, when he had dressed the whole world in its garb of beauty, and created all the wonders of the land and the sea, instituted the Sabbath day and made it holy. When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy, the Sabbath was set apart as God’s memorial. God sanctified and blessed the day in which he had rested from all His wondrous work.... OHC 343.2

  • 00:49

    The LizyT show with Singer Micah Hall

    in Music

    The LizyT show with Singer Micah Hall

    As early as five years old while growing up in

    Dallas, NC, Micah Hall felt the call of God to

    minister through song. The son of a pastor,

    Micah spent most of his life singing along

    side his family. Little did they know he would

    mature to become one of today's most exciting

    young gospel artists. His newest project

    "You Can Go To Calvary" is a powerful collection

    of songs that delivers music for all tastes. 


    The beginning of this extraordinary journey started with

    his family. Micah is supported by his wife, Faith,

    (who also sang on the newest project) and their

    son Manuel. They are determined to pursue the call

    that God has placed on their lives to help reach as

    many people as possible with the hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

    Micah is blessed to have a great team of support, partners,

    and prayer warriors behind his Ministry.

    He is also a Ministry partner with World Mission.


  • 00:31

    Aliens, Alien Abductions and UFOs / The Apocalypse- Say NO to War

    in Science

    Welcome back to our show today! We will continue our End of Days discussion. We will talk about the UFO Religions and how they began and why they began. We will continue to discuss the web site "UFOs and Conspiriacy - The End Time Delusion". We have talked about such things as Satan, The Darkness, The Nephilim, the Nannukai , The Sang Real, and many other interesting topics. Please join us as we continue on with our discussion,and have your questions handy. Not comfortable talking on the radio? EMail me with your questions, comments and criticism and I will happily reply. Remember that I am putting forth what I have been told by my Spirit Guides and what I then believe. I do understand that others may not agree, and this is a decision we as adults must make for ourselves.