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Intuitive Medium, Reiki Master and Spiritual Teacher Shelly Wilson would love to assist you on your spiritual journey. With respect, truth, integrity and love, Shelly honors your free will and recognizes that you are co-creating your reality with the Universe. She offers private readings, intuitive coaching, Reiki sessions, and teaches workshops. Shelly's books, 28 Days to a New YOU, Connect to the YOU Within and Journey into Consciousness, are now available in paperback and eBook. Her courses, Stop Existing and Start Living! and Opening Your Heart to Love are available through the DailyOM. In addition, she is the host of The Shelly Wilson Show on Blog Talk Radio, which airs live each Wednesday at 2:00 pm CST.
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Tinga Stewart (born Neville Stewart in 1959 in Kingston, Jamaica) is holding strong as a purveyor of dancehall reggae. He started recording in the late '60s; his first recording was "She's Gone" in 1969 but the release of "Hear That Train" with Ernest Wilson, who was a member of the Claredonians, really got the ball rolling. The pairing with Wilson was spur of the moment as Stewart also led a group (the Wildcats) that performed in Kingston's hotels and clubs. From that, he joined Byron Lee & the Dragonaires and gigged all over Jamaica with the popular group. Though reggae-rooted, Stewart was popular with tourists because of his love for American pop hits, especially soul music. A stint with Boris Gardner Happening Band was his last group venture before going solo in 1973, when he enjoyed a local hit with "Funny Feeling." In 1974, he won the Jamaica Festival Song Competition by singing "Play de Music," written by Ernie Smith. Roman Stewart -- his brother -- won the contest the following year with a song Stewart and Willie Lindo wrote, entitled "Hooray Festival."
Stewart was voted the Most Popular Artist in Jamaica in 1981
PLEASE JOIN ME SATURDAY MORNING FROM 9A-11A CST FOR "THE DOCTOR ICE MORNING SHOW" WHERE PERFORMING ON THE MINI CONCERT STAGE WILL BE MOTOWN SUPER GROUP "BOYZ TO MEN". TO CATCH THE SHOW GO TO MY FACEBOOK PAGE AT WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TONYAKINS AND CLICK ON THE LINK, OR CALL MY REQUEST LINE NUMBER AT (646) 478-4755 OR GO TO MY LIVE STATION SITE AT WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/DOCTOR-ICE AND CLICK ON THE SHOW FOR THE DAY.
Lets talk about what happened to Mike Brown and what lead to his killing by a police officer (Darren Wilson). How to improve relationships between the cops and the community and how race plays a part in the way police interact with us. Do African American parents have to teach their young sons and daughters how to act when stopped by the police? Its a shame that it has come to that but now-a-days I think we should. So I will be holding my radio shows every friday at 11:30am. Thanks for joining the conversation. My very first show will air 8/29/2014. I am also trying to book a special guess for that day so stay tune and please listen, call in or txt your questions on show day.
From Dallas, Texas, Cavin Yarbough and Alisa Peoples started singing Gospel in their respective churches. The two met while taking piano lessons as young children. Alisa, known to her friends as Lois, performed with the Texas Northeast Gospel Chorale Ensemble, as well as her family group, "The Peoples Singers." Cavin, toured as a background singer for Leon Russell, where he eventually met Charlie Wilson of The Gap Band. Soon, Charlie Wilson introduced Cavin and Alisa to Lonnie Simmons, who immediately signed the duo to Total Experience Records. The union between the two produced five albums and ten hit singles, among them: "Guilty," "I Wouldn’t Lie To You," "Don’t Waste Your Time" and the 1981 smash hit single "Don’t Stop The Music," which remained #1 on the Billboard chart for six weeks. "Don’t Stop The Music" was nominated for a Grammy Award and continued on to win numerous awards.
Check out Episode 20 of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast with your host Sivad Davis and Phil ‘Phillmatic’ Wilson. You can hear us chop it up about the Under The Influence Tour madness, MTV VMAs weekend craziness, Jeezy still seeing new things, and many other topics of the past week. Devin McMillan and Jimmy Williams of War Room Sports join us to talk all things NFL during our NFL Preview segment.
Per usual, expect some marvelous free association from a hip-hop expert perspective during our weekly stereoside chat. You can also catch some pertinent audio gems while you get your weekly dose of this Show N’ Prove dopeness.
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