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When you think of a Vocalise, you think of one who is skilled above and beyond the average singer. Everything from their tone, to pitch, to diction, to range far exceeds the normal capabilities of a person who uses their voice as their main instrument.
From the simple cafe on the corner to the massive, sold-out arenas and stadiums, Toni "Tj" Scruggs has been the most sought out Vocalise of our day. With a 6+ octave range, a jazz scat that is Ella worthy, and a richness to her tone reminscent of days gone by when a singer actually sang, Tj has stood in, with, behind and for notables such as Chaka Khan, Raheem DeVaughn, Whitney Houston. She has been in the hallowed trios found on the Grammys, Bet Honors, and American Idol. She has had her face on the small screen in The Parenthood, and the Jumbotron supporting Mary J Blige. Her impromptu solo's have been some of the most watched on Youtube of all supporting vocalists, most notably her rendition of "Summertime" in the set with Lalah Hathaway in which you hear every high and low of her beautiful instrument in all of it's Glory. And most recently, you have been blessed by her soaring vocals on this season of "Dancing With The Stars"
Join me as I sit and talk with Tj about the industry for the support vocalist. In the wake of "20 Feet from Stardom", the Oscar winning, highly acclaimed docudrama featuring the true pioneers of this craft, we will talk about how it is in the industry now versus then, what to expect when you are on the road, her future career as a solo artist, writing ventures and more!
Call in! She is also one of the most noteworthy vocal technicians in the game and we will have the lines open for questions!
We will be talking sports and having fun doing it. Expected to be joined by one of the stars of BET's "The Game" Barry Floyd, who will discuss the upcoming season of the show. Also, Super Bowl 48 champs Seattle Seahawks DE Greg Scruggs will join us to discuss winning the Super Bowl and more. Tampa Bay Buccaneers LB Jonathan Casillas who will discuss his off season, rehab, upcoming free agency and more. Listen @ blogtalkradio.com/pgant or call 646-727-3070
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About Stephani Scruggs: Stephani Scruggs served for four years as the founding National Co-Chair of The 912 Project, and she now serves as the Executive Director of the 912PAC. As a writer, speaker and analyst, Stephani focuses on the principles of liberty. She has made numerous television and radio appearances including the Sirius Radio, Fox News and GBTV to discuss the importance of the American Constitution and the rights it grants its citizens. You can follow her at www.PAC912.com
The very best in Bluegrass Gospel Music, the old,the new, the stars and the beginners.Bill Monroe from Rosine, KY. Brought a new twist to then know as mountain music by adding addional music licks and the high lonesome sound and called it bluegrass, him and his brothers and other whom he named the bluegrass boys went on to blaze the trial for futher generation of blugrass artist.LESTER FLATT, EARL SCRUGGS,DOC WATSON,THE STANLEY BROTHERS,AND MANY MORE WERE PRODUCT OF THIS BLUEGRASS MAGIC FORM,TAKING STANDARD GOSPEL SONGS ADDING THAT BLUEGRASS ESSENCE, THE REST IS MUSICAL HISTORY.
Today Guest: The Alley Family
PRAY FOR AMERICA, PRAY FOR ISRAEL,THE LOST,OUR TROOPS AND POLICE OFFICER'S
If you missed the first two shows, you will have another opportunity to see it Friday, December 5 at 7 pm at CSU Main Classroom Auditorium. Here's part of what you can expect, "Laura Cowan, A 27 yr old woman with two children is devastated by the loss of her husband,
family businesses and their home. Forced to live on the street and in shelters she is blindly lured into a life of horror in a rural Californian house run by polygamist Mansa Musa Muhummed." This is just part of the storyline for this dramatic stage play about human trafficking. Tune as Mr. Yancey is joined live in the studio by the writer, director and producer of this stage play, Joey Ruffin, as well as a few of the cast members from the play. They will be talking about the stage in more detail, as well as domestic violence from the abuser's stand point and the victim's standpoint.
You have heard Laura Cowan tell her story on our show. You have heard the director and producer Joey Ruffin's story and inspiration for the play. Finally, the day has arrived. Tune in as Mr. Yancey broadcasts live from Stay Alive: How Not to Become a Victim on the campus of Cleveland State University. He will be talking to those who attended the first performance of the play. He'll talk to some of the cast members of the play to find out what there experience being part of the play. He will also to those who will be attending the second performance of the play to find out what their expectations are.
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Tonight's Special Guests: Little Roy & Lizzy Long
Lizzy Long - Having roots in the heart of the south, Elizabeth Long, or Lizzy as her friends and fans know her was born on a farm in Lincolnton, Georgia. She began her music accomplishment at an early age. While starting out on the piano, Lizzy soon took up the fiddle, guitar, autoharp, bass, banjo, and mandolin, and has become an accomplished musician, alternating between these instruments as part of her entertainment repertoire. She has played with great acts such as Mac Wiseman, Jim and Jesse, The Lewis Family, and Earl Scruggs. Continuing her quest for success, Lizzy has paired up with Little Roy Lewis from the legendary Lewis Family. Her extraordinary voice shimmers with strains of America’s musical roots. Little Roy summed it up the best, "pull a plank off the wall and she'll play it!"
Little Roy is awfully hard to overlook. He makes sure that no one in the audience gets bored at any time. Little Roy has won awards as Entertainer as well as for his banjo playing. Little Roy learned to play banjo when he was only six years old, and won a local talent contest for his playing when he was eight.Little Roy is multi-talented - he sings, plays many instruments, tells stories, and acts. When you see this Duo, you are sure to notice Little Roy, and he'll make you smile.
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"Laura Cowan, A 27 yr old woman with two children is devastated by the loss of her husband,
family businesses and their home. Forced to live on the street and in shelters she is blindly lured into a life of horror in a rural Californian house run by polygamist Mansa Musa Muhummed." This is just part of the storyline for this dramatic stage play about human trafficking. Tune as Mr. Yancey is joined live in the studio by the writer, director and producer of this stage play, Joey Ruffin, as well as a few of the cast members from the play. They will be talking about the stage in more detail, as well as domestic violence from the abuser's stand point and the victim's standpoint. To find out what's going on in the community, make sure you tune in to "The City wit Kay Lexi" to kick off the show. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665. You can also watch them live in the studio on UStream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/who-has-the-power-radio-network .
This week, the show that should have happened LAST WEEK, but due to technical difficulties, didn't. KINGS IN THE MORNING HOST, Simmie Braxton, also from the GLASS HOUSE, will host this weeks, show...
We are not afraid to talk about anything - are you afraid to listen? To call in? 347-205-9366 -
Peter Nye joins Mary E., for this lively discussion about the roots of Bluegrass music, and Peter's role in preserving live music as a cultural norm.
Peter Nye is a singer song writer and founder of The Chicago Bluegrass Band. A multi-instrumentalist playing guitar, banjo and bass, Pete has toured Scandinavia, the EU and the US. His musical style is varied and includes: Celtic, C&W, Jazz, Blues and Rock. He is described as simply a bold man on stage, a fantabulous flat picker and lead singer with a gritty music sensibility honed by years of playing country music roadhouses.As a veteran performer with over thirty years on the Midwest music scene, Pete delivers a powerful vocal performance complimented by sizzling flat-picked leads and rock-solid rhythm work. Peter began cultivating his musical skills at the age of 13 playing the local Honky-tonks around Chicago.
Folks ask; "Where do you play?"...well, they've played a variety of venues, from a Sauna Festival in Finland to the Indiana State Penitentiary, and most everything in between.
- 2005 INDIANA STATE CHAMPION BLUEGRASS BAND
CBB, indi release "STEELRAILS IN THE TENNESSEE NIGHT" - 1999
CBB, Indi release"THE LAST GOODBYE" - 2005
Chicago Magazine described Peter Nye & The Chicago Bluegrass Band simply: “Hot as Hell!!”
Tyrone Mitchell - TS Mitchell Financial LLC - SRN Financial Expert 6:15pm
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Building Futures and Securing Legacies through Insurance, Investments and Tax Planning.
Tracie Powell - Columbia Journalism Review 7:15pm
Tracie Powell writes about the media and media policy, specifically on issues regarding copyright, media ownership, government transparency, diversity and the business of journalism. A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, she is regular contributor to the Columbia Journalism Review and founder of the media blog, AllDigitocracy.org.
Afi Scruggs - TheRoot.com & The Grio 7:15pm
Afi (pronounced uh-Fee) Scruggs is an independent multi-media story teller and journalist, who specializes in stories about the African American experience. Her commentaries and essays appear regularly in Cleveland Magazine. She has produced audio segments for American Public Media's Marketplace, WBEZ-Chicago Public Media and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. She has written for numerous outlets and magazines, including Essence, theroot.com, grio.com, the Washington Post and the Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio.
Today, COOL CRITICS will be hosted by Simmie Braxton and Tee Spence, both from KINGS IN THE MORNING (M-F 8a pacific) and THE GLASS HOUSE on Tuesday evenings. The conversation will be around JUNETEENTH, the REDSKINS logo and POLYAMORY which is the love and romance with several partners with their knowledge and CONSENT. 347-205-9366 is the number to listen and PRESS 1 if you have a comment - We welcome all! And thank you!
We are not afraid to talk about anything - are you afraid to listen? To call in? 347-205-9366 - Join Tee Spence, Simmie Braxton and the rest - here on Gilligan's Isle!!! ha ha ha ha! Right here on the JKN.
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