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Paris has been busy. In addition to Mother's Favorite Child, This hot producer has been working with Tanya Tiet and CeCe Peniston. Join the Q-Man and Sistahsweet to learn what he's been up to. He was one our favorite guests so we can't to hear him speak knowledge about the business to us again.
We first discovered Jarrod Lawson via a video from The Capital Jazz Cruise last year. We were anxiously awaiting a CD from this extraordinary singer/musician. He released his first CD this year and we are absolutely loving it. Join the Q-Man and Sistahsweet as they discuss music with Jarrod Lawson and figure out where he got all of that soul from. Trust us, this isn't a show you want to miss.
'Blaxploitation'. This iconic genre defining 'Black Cinema' simply specifies, 'the exploitation of African-
American actors, directors, and producers of Black oriented films.' The term, coined by L. A. film
critic, Junius Griffin in 1972, was geared to appeal to Black movie audiences, during its hey-day of the
The glorification of pimps, hustlers, drug-dealers, junkies, number runners and prostitution, presented
on the silver screen, became controversial because of image representation, along with protests from
parent organizations such as the NAACP, to project positive characters and story lines.
Join Q-Man, Sistahsweet and Mike Boone, The Chancellor of Soul, on the Wednesday Night
Rewind / Neo Soul Show, for an evening of discussion on the history of Blaxploitation Cinema'
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Al Green or preferably The Rev. Al Green, have been entertaining
worldwide audiences for nearly 50 years. Al Green was considered, a giant predecessor, to the
late great, Otis Redding as, unquestionably, one of the most quintessential R&B /Pop artists,
to continue to carry the musical torch, of the infamous Memphis Sound, during its hey day of
Join Q-Man, Sistahsweet, and the Chancellor of Soul, Mike Boone on the Wednesday Rewind
show, in a in-depth conversation about the life and legacy of, Al Green or (The Rev. Al Green).
Rock and Roll hall of Famer, Jackie Wilson, was handsome, charismatic, dynamic and one of the
most influential artist in music history. Wilson's contribution in cross-fertilizing both genres of R&B
and Pop, made him a jack of all trades in the entertainment field, proven by his acclaimed title as
Join Q-Man, Sistahsweet and the Chancellor of Soul, Mike Boone on tonight's Wednesday Rewind as we
discuss the life and musical times of Jackie Wilson.
Tonight we are going to talk abou the adaptation of the Q-Man's novel, The Dirty Circle, to the big screen. We are also going to to talk to Dwayne Telesford about his work on the Capital Jazz cruise. Dwayne will also talk about his other other ventures including his entertainment company and Konshens,