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Today on Talk Jamaica we focus on the discontent of members of the diaspora over the decision of the Police Services Commission not to shortlist a Jamaican-born FBI agent for the post of Commissioner of Police. A leading voice against the PSC decision, as well as the State Minister of Foreign Affairs will join us. In the second half of the show we'll be joined by the Managing Director of the JUTC to discuss the bus company's future viability. If not a fare increase, then what? Later on in the show we speak to Wade Brown , one of the organizers of the spelling bee competition taking place in Tivoli Gardens today. We also have In Perspective, The Week That Was and Talk History. Our Talk Back questions is : Should a landmark be named after Roger Clarke to recognize his contribution to national development? Join Ricardo Brooks and Ralston Chamberlain at 4pm. Tune in: http://talkjamaicaradio.com/listen.php.
Hang onto your leftover Memorial Day hats, y'all - you're about to take a ride to Memphis! That's what "Soul Appeal" IS: the latest project from Michael Lington that takes him back to why he fell in love with the saxophone :)
Back in Copenhagen, Denmark, life was a serene routine. Michael was the grandson of the revered band leader, Otto Lington, an early champion of Jazz in that country. Learning his instrument early, he became a member of the esteemed Tivoli Boys Guard - that association earned him an education which culminated in two ways: college and the means to operate a recording studio while he toured in Europe.
Michael landed in Los Angeles in 1990, where he found work with Bobby Caldwell. His first CD, self-titled, dropped in our laps in 1997. Seven albums in total, this new one finds him completely at home - and we don't mean Denmark! Michael always loved what he heard of that beloved R & B sound from the 60's and 70's: King Curtis, Jr. Walker, and Wilson Pickett. He wanted to pay homage to that fire in his belly that persuaded him to keep playing - so, "Soul Appeal" was created. Our guest had help to get his message across - but the truth is that he could have done it ALL himself! R & B/Pop Producer, Barry Eastmond, got a chance to work with Michael - as did Ray Bardani, who engineered for Luther Vandross. In the studio while the music was being created: Kenny Lattimore, Ryan Shaw, Lenny Castro, Ray Parker Jr. and Paul Jackson Jr.
Steve Perry - the legendary Journey front man - came by because he was friends with Eastmond. What he heard during the sessions blew him away. And he told Michael how he felt: inspired! Some of us just saw Steve in concert in the past 24 hours and he wasn't lying :)
Michael Lington joins us on 5/27/2014.
The Commissioners for the Tivoli Enquiry have been named: Today, we speak with a Human Rights activist and two residents of Tivoli Gardens in our discussion segment.
Also in our broadcast, we look back at these stories from the week that was
Later in our TALK BACK segment, we take your calls and present your responses to our feedback question: Given the furor surrounding the appointment of Velm Hylton QC as one of the Commissioners for the upcoming Tivoli Enquiry, should she be removed and why?
In our discussion segment, we examine the issues surrounding the decriminalization of ganja in Jamaica.
Also in our broadcast, we look back at these stories from the week that was: Government’s naming of Commissioners for Tivoli Enquiry triggers controversy and bank clerk found dead. Those and more in that segment
Later in our TALK BACK segment, we take your calls and present your responses to our feedback question: What's your reaction to the recent announcement by Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Minister, Phillip Paulwell that ganja could be decriminalized this year?
Lloyd Stanbury is licensed to practice law in Jamaica and the English speaking Caribbean. He has represented many internationally successful performers, managers, music producers and film projects, interfacing with other entertainment attorneys, music labels, publishers, broadcasters, and entertainment business practitioners from around the world. Stanbury has also gained valuable practical insight into the arts and entertainment business through his own activities as an event promoter, radio station executive, music producer, artist manager, lecturer and researcher.
Edmund Braithwaite will honor Nelson Mandela at the “2013 Toast of Brooklyn - Wine & Food Festival” from 6-9pm Friday, September 13thand the festival Saturday, September 14th, 2013. The festival will be outdoors at Bed-Stuy Restoration’s West Plaza Courtyard 1368 Fulton St Brooklyn, NY, 11216.
Jamaican Born Rebel Keke I (Christopher Thomspon) career began at a very young age. He was taken under the wing of legendary Sugar Minot. Keke I won many singing contest and performed at many openings for Sugar Minot. Later on in his Career, he came out with “Tivoli Gardens”. He has been the only artiste to sing a song about Tivoli Gardens. In 2013, He performed at Jamaica’s largest regg
Going to Pulse in Las Vegas March 3-6? Here's a preview of all the Security focused sessions from the actual presenters and product managers in the "Pulse Protect" track. If you are going to Pulse this is an opportunity to build your schedule and get some more information on the best sessions as you build your schedule. . http://www-01.ibm.com/software/tivoli/pulse/ #ibmpulse #security #ibmsecurity
On the show we will be discussing how collaborative business, co-working and strategic relationships create collective success.
Kimberly Shivler, M.Ed. has worked as a writer, instructor, developer and serial entrepreneur for over 20 years. Her business experience includes computer network and database administration, technical training and writing, project management, web development, and work as an aesthetician and spa owner. She also worked for large corporations including Tivoli, an IBM company, where she was part of the worldwide technical sales and marketing team. Kimberly currently owns KimTeachesTech, a technology company dedicated to empowering people to create and maintain websites to make money and promote their businesses. She recently expanded her training facility into a shared space that allows other instructors to deliver training and provides a place for entrepreneurs to enjoy the benefits of Class A office space without the commitment of long-term, expensive leases. She intends to make Oceanfront Offices, in Deerfield Beach Florida, the future of small business office space. Like her career, Kimberly's writing has spanned a variety of fields including software documentation and instruction, manuals for aesthetic and medical devices, and general health articles. She has contributed to Livestrong.com magazine and other online publications
How can Jamaica recover from the FX of Edward Seaga's damaging puppet leadership and restore Michael Manley's? What do you think of this article __. A lot of us don't know why what is talked about in the news is happening today. As always, the press gives a shallow snapshot and does not go in depth so we can get a clear view of what is happening in Jamaica. Here is a profile of Manley and Seaga, two Jamaican prime ministers and how the U.S. installed the White supremacist Seaga as a puppet Avatar in Jamaica. Seaga, a notorious CIA agent who sold Jamaica to servitude of US interest was given a franchise by the CIA. As his reward, the chief Carribean CIA agent, Edward Seaga was given a free hand in ensuring his perpetual dominance over Jamaican politics in macrocosm and Tivoli gardens in microcosm. Seaga then built up Jim Brown and his Shower Posse, into the most feared gang on the Island of Jamaica. Jim Brown and Shower Posse took over the Habour Fronts of Kingston, and controlled the ingress and egress of all drugs and general shipment into the Island. With that assured source of fund, Jim Brown expanded into other businesses, bought land, and commercial properties. His gang was armed with the best, biggest and the most sophisticated weapons. His name was feared throughout the Island. _ from Yahoo question
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João Pedro Perez joined IBM in 1987and had a variety of experiences in his career. He spent his early days as a systems engineer and field representative. He moved on to become operations manager, sales manager, channels manager and business development. During that time João Pedro Perezalso worked in the Latin America headquarters. Mr. Perez has led IBM Brazil's Software Business Unit, Americas zSeries Software and Americas Tivoli Sales. Additionally, he led in SWG, the launch and worldwide execution of Synchronicity, Crush HP and SW Castaway. He has served as the Transition Executive for the Micromuse and Vallent Acquisitions and responsible for all aspects of its Integration to IBM Tivoli. João Pedro Perez has served as the WW Sales Leader for Tivoli and is currently responsible for Security Systems Sales Worldwide.
Get Ready For The 1st Annual Music Award Show In Chattanooga TN @ 5pm Historic Tivoli Theater 709 S Broadway ,Chattanooga TN Congrats to all the Nominees that will Bring musical talent to the stage Big Ups to all and looking forward to see some of the talent on the Blog Talk Radio Ride Kudos to you all a special Shout Out To Pastor Millsapps and Daughter Felecia Millsapps for rewarding New and Hot Independant Artist for around The World .
News topics discussed: With bus-stop tragedy in mind, iconic Las Vegas sign may be due for safety upgrades. Metro Warns Tourists of Thieves on Las Vegas Strip. New stores coming to Tivoli Village shopping center. Cambodia tries to solve its baby-stealing problem. China probing U.S. ambassador's car incident. Housing recovery blossoms. Myanmar Learns Democracy ... From West Wing. Anti-jihad 'savage' ads going up in New York City subway. Ohio woman unknowingly married her dad. Beagle survives jump from Burlington-Bristol Bridge.Wal-Mart stops selling Amazon Kindles. Student Talks About Getting Knocked Out By Plummeting Mattress In Manhattan. Car towed with sleeping toddler inside.
TV news discussed: Midnight, Mass Comic Gets Drama Series Adaptation At NBC. Fox Developing Modern ‘Hamlet’ Drama Set In Washington DC. CW developing 'Alice in Wonderland' cop drama
The 'lost' footage "Bob Marley making of a legend" Esther Anderson. Esther Anderson, director-writer-producer,born in the Parish of St. Mary, Jamaica, Esther Anderson studied drama at the Actor's Studio in London and played roles in movies -Henry Levin's Genghis Khan for Columbia Pictures, Robert Freeman's The Touchables for Twentieth Century Fox, Ted Kotcheff's Two Gentlemen Sharing, Jerry Lewis's One More Time for United Artists, and Sidney Poitier's A Warm December for First Artists. This role of an African princess won her a NAACP Image Award for Best Actress in 1973. Esther then helped to develop the then-fledgling Jamaican music label, Island Records, from the early 1960's, promoting and managing jamaican artists like Millie Small, Jimmy Cliff, and Bob Marley and the Wailers.
Gian Godoy, director-writer of Bob Marley: The Making of a Legend Born in Santiago, Chile . Co-author of the film The Three Dumas in collaboration with Esther Anderson, exploring the life and career of Alexandre Dumas. . Godoy latest film Hain was premiered at the AVIFF festival in Cannesin May 2011, an HD animation exploring the shamanic heritage of the Selknam nation from Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia, based on the works by anthropologist Martin Gusinde in 1928.
Born Christopher Lloyd in the Jamaica . Baby Chris started entertaining small audiences in his community at the tender age of nine (9). He attended the Seaward All Age and Tivoli High respectively. At the Age 14 Christopher decided to make music his career choice, hence the birth of another Dancehall Artiste from Cockburn Pen community “BABY CHRIS”. The artiste got his first lesson and training in the biz by Lukie D one of his favorite Reggae Artistes. Baby Chris First Studio outings were to King Jammy’s, where he was known as little Chris before he was called Baby Chris.