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  • Klarque Garrison of "Survive 365"

    in Books

    Mr. 365, D. Klarque Garrison, host of the blog, Survive 365, and the blog talk radio show, Survive 365: The Conversation of Survive 365 discusses his book, How to Survive the Next 365 | Your Lifeline to a Better Life.

  • #EntertainmentLife: America's Got Talent Champion Michael Grimm

    in Music

    Michael comes by his rootsy bonafides the authentic way, as a true son of the South. From age five, he grew up in Waveland, a small Gulf town in Mississippi that sits between New Orleans and Biloxi. “It’s a very humble, charming town. I loved growing up there,” he says. “My dad was not making any money,” Michael explains, “so my mother cleaned churches to try to pay the bills. We lived in a little camper that had holes in the floor. I remember if you looked straight through the hole in my bedroom floor, you could see the ground underneath. The funny thing is, I thought I had everything in the world. Looking back, all I owned were a few hand-me-down toys, but it didn’t bother me at the time.”


    When Michael turned 13, he was discovered by Ann McNair, a singer with both Gospel and Nashville roots. She gave him a guitar, showed him the first three chords, and taught him how to write songs. At 15, Ann got Michael his first indie record deal. But “I knew just being a singer wouldn’t put bread on the table. I also needed to be a musician,” he says. So his entire 16th year, while everyone else was outside playing and getting on, he locked himself up in his bedroom and learned how to play his guitar.


    At 17, Michael released a single called “John Wayne and Jesus.” With that song, he received the first-ever Country Christian Music Association (CCMA) “Star of Tomorrow” Covenant Award. “I’ll never forget that night at Ryman Auditorium,” he says, the Ryman being the original location of the Grand Ole Opry. “It gives me chills to this day.”

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    #LetsTalkBusiness w/ Kari Gray CEO of Greensurance

    in Entrepreneur

    Natural   *   Functional   *   Holistic  *    Alternative  * Conventional


                        Any Provider - Anywhere It's Your Choice


     


    http://mygreensurance.com

  • 00:06

    The Sasha Marina Show

    in Youth

    Sponsored by: Positive Teen Magazine, NLPG Images, British West Insurance, Imperial Hair Center, Classic Cuts Barbershop & Kaizen Beauty AcademyHosted by: Sasha MarinaProduced by: Debye Johnson AudainSpecial Guest: Prototype

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    The Sasha Marina Show

    in Youth

    Hosted by Sasha Marina
    Special Guest : GXYZINC R&B Artist Anthony, aka Treaz & Rapper, Kevin aka Lethal
    "Sponsored by: NLPG Photography, Positive Teen Magazine, Classic Cuts Barbershop, Events by Corey Eubanks & Fashion Claudia
    Produced by Debye Johnson-Audain

  • 00:17

    Interview with Firefighter and Author @BlaizeNolynne!

    in Books

    By the end of 2009 Blaize had already begun working on a more adult audience for her books.  She began with a book she originally titled ‘Fire’ on her computer.  She eventually self published it under the title ‘District One Stand By: The Captain’s Last year’ in which was published in 2010.  By April of that same year, her book had been picked up by a publishing house and she was no longer a self published author.  The name changed to ‘Firefighter Down, District One’.  By September the book hit the top 100,000 chart on both Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.   By then she was getting interviews with people such as Jo Lindell, The Mudge Report, Benjamin Wallace, The Sasha Marina Show, Morgen Bailey , Clancy Tucker, as well as the ‘Mirror Report’ in the Sun Journal from Lewiston, Maine as well as many others.. 


    “District One Stand By:’ series is based upon my hometown, Standish, Maine.  ‘The Captain’s Last Year, One Year to Live: Fighting the Flame and Cancer’ is based in Maine as well.  There is something special about Maine that brings out my inspiration to write.” She admitted.Blaize Nolynne books are available everywhere books are sold and including large distributors such as Ingram, Baker and Taylor, ect. 
     
    Proceeds of her book :  ‘The Captain's Last Year: One Year to Live, Fighting the Flame and Cancer ‘ she is donating not just to cancer research, but to also help a local Maine Fire Chief, Jeff Douglass of Baldwin, Maine who is struggling with terminal cancer.  She is putting part of the proceeds for his treatments.

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    Lets Talk Business w/ Mechelle Tucker the 1st Class Consultant!

    in Marketing

    Mechelle Tucker is a creative authority in networking because of who she knows, and has become a sought after business leader in the marketplace. 


    A leading business consultant, connector, branding specialist, digital media maven, marketing strategist who provides client counsel, support and leadership to business owners, moguls, chief executives, celebrities, philanthropists, professional athletes, performing artists and authors since 2006 who have faced a broad spectrum of issues and/or challenges. 


    Over the years Mechelle has hosted, organized and managed numerous seminars, networking mixers and red carpet events: Grammy Awards Weekend, NBA All Star Weekend, WNBA All Star Weekend, BET Awards Weekend, The AZ Reggae Fest, Anguilla Sports and Music Festival, AZ Pro Bowl Weekend, Toast To Young Hollywood, Money Mayweather Weekend, T.I Live in Phoenix, South West Urban Music Awards, The Elite Mixer, Cultivating The Community, The Team Trout Experience, NFL Super Bowl Weekend and so on. 


    After commandeering hundreds of successful independent, corporate and celebrity events providing exceptional services that redefine a new wave of creating Win-Win-Wins in Business. Mechelle herself was nominated for “The Stars of Tomorrow People Plus Award”, mentioned in Top Selling Book "Genius Potential" In addition to has been featured on numerous radio shows and news publications to share her insight on philanthropy, business, social media, networking and current events.


    As a wife, mother, entrepreneur, consultant, branding expert, trendsetter, educator, philanthropist and non-stop career professional, Mechelle is indeed one of the hardest working women in the entertainment business world.

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    That's the movie Podcast

    in Entertainment

    The Sasha Marina Show Podcast in which we talk about movie news and stuff. 

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  • #EntertainmentLife: Ghanian Artist Kwame Binea

    in Music

    Born Nana Kwame Biney Asiedu Agyemfra in West London to a single Ghanaian mother, he soon moved to Ghana to live with his grandparents, where music became his passion. Kwame was influenced by the rhythms of traditional Ghanaian and West African music as well as Reggae, Folk, and American Soul and Blues. Moving to the United States to further his education enabled Kwame to fulfill his dream of making music. He attended William Paterson University, which is recognized as having one of the finest Jazz and Contemporary Music Programs in the country. At William Paterson, he began pursuing his musical career by teaming up with fellow musicians, creating a classic rock, blues and soul band, The Kause. After leaving The Kause, Kwame met songwriting partner Justin Wilcox at a recording session in Union City, NJ.


    Kwame Binea Shakedown Official Site: http://www.kwamebineashakedown.com