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Trena Bolden Fields interviews, film actor, producer and director, Manny Hernandez on his journey and his upcoming film Pure Love.
Manny Hernandez was born in Tijuana Mexico and came to the US at four and didn't start acting until about thirteen years ago." He has four major films due for release in 2014, including Pure Love with Charlene Amoia, The Vanished (which he also produced), and Students Like Us.
Host, Trena Bolden Fields interviews Blair Bowers about her acting career.
Blair Bowers is an LA-based actor, who started her career in Washington, D.C. She most recently produced and starred in the short film, The Drive, which is currently being submitted for festivals. She can also be seen in Geographically Desirable, which will be shown at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, NYC Independent Film Festival, as well as the DC Reel Independent Film Extravaganza.
This Musical Showcase spotlights Joshua Rich. This Singer/Songwriter/Composer was a self-taught piano prodigy at the age of 8! He is also a musical arranger, orchestrator, producer, performer and even an actor and playwright. Truly a man of many hats, Rich is an all around artistic force to be reckoned with. Here to share his voice and some of his wonderful music, Joshua Rich is truly A Kind Voice, himself, and a welcomed friend of our program. Hosted by Tyler Wolf
My show "EXPOSURE LIVE INTERVIEW SERIES .. with A-List Hollywood Actor Hawthorne James"
Jess Jones & Jayali stop by FSC Interview Hour to break in this very new show to talk about their 6TH ANNUAL G.M.S.H. 50-CITY TOUR @ BOURBON & BRANCH IN PHILADELPHIA DECEMBER 12TH
‘Get Money Stop Hatin’, the innovative national tour produced by DBBS Entertainment, is currently undergoing its 6th consecutive installment. This critically acclaimed annual tour is producing 57 concerts in 53 cities this year starring Jess J (www.JessJJones.com), Jayali (www.Jayalimusic.com), and some of the most talented artists in independent music.? The fifth date of the tour is Friday, December 12th at Bourbon & Branch in Philadelphia, PA. This year is making history again as the premiere platform for showcasing independent artists in the United States. Since the official launch in 2009, this tour has produced over 325 concerts in 80+ cities with over 125,000 concert attendees.
Trena interviews actor and filmmaker Chike Johnson on his career and current projects.
Chiké Johnson most recently appeared in the Broadway production of A Time To Kill. He spent most of 2013 in the Midwest where he was part of The Goodman Theatre’s production of Meet Vera Stark and Milwaukee Rep’s production of Raisin in the Sun. His New York credits include; Manhattan Theatre Club’s Wit on Broadway and Off Broadway’s Lost In The Stars in New York City Center’s Encores! He also appeared in the Off Broadway production of Ruined co-produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club and The Goodman Theatre. Some of his other Chicago credits include: Sizwe Banzi is Dead at the Court Theatre and The Crucible, The Unmentionables and Huck Finn at Steppenwolf Theatre Company. Regional credits include a revival of The Unmentionables at Yale Repertory Theatre; Lincoln in Topdog/Underdog at Renaissance Theaterworks; Duke of Cornwall in King Lear at Milwaukee Repertory Theater; Cephus Miles in Home at In Tandem Theatre; Willie in Master Harold and the boys at Milwaukee Chamber Theatre; and Martin Luther King, Jr. in Smoldering Fires at First Stage Children’s Theater. Some of Mr. Johnson’s film credits include Friends with Benefits, Sleepwalk with Me, The Machinist and his television credits include Law & Order, Girls, Veep and Prison Break.
Trena Bolden Fields interiews Tracey Birdsall
Tracey Birdsall is an American actress who has appeared in several TV series, TV movies and films. She co-wrote, produced, and starred in the movie short Tick Tock. She appeared in the soap opera Loving, hosted Million Dollar Showcase of Homes and was a special news reported for CNBC. Her latest movie Dawn of the Crescent Moon won many awards at the recent Action on Film Festival.
Friday at 7: 00pm we have to wonderful people on the show. We wonderful artist by the name of Tulani brought to us by @michelineBowman and actor singer ..The handsome and talented @keithsings ?#keithrobinson? ?#getonup??#dreamgirls? est. Call in and ask questions at 347826772
This show features the blues rock diva and two time American Idol finalist, Hunter Monroe. Her honey and whiskey sound and her crisp vocals, at a time when female singers have been arriving in waves, she is a rarity; an authentic artist who brings an irresistible blend of musicality and lyrical insight to everything she touches.
Host Mitch Ruth will visit with Hunter as they discuss, modern blues, growing up in Harlem, moving to Music City USA and the importance of having a good club to be your home base. Mitch may even get to ask the eternal question, "Why is it that your sinuses always act up right before a big gig?"
Hunter's website http://www.huntermonroe.net/
Hunter's Kickstarter Project Page
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For this show we introduce you to the very talented Jackie Gray. Emerging artist, Jackie Gray, brings a combination of sultry vocals and piano mastery to her debut album, creating a genre all her own. An authentic singer/songwriter, Gray’s music is a tribute to the vintage-era songstresses of the past. Her soulful yet torch/jazz-inspired voice has a timeless sound that was made for both an antique gramophone and a modern radio.
A Nashville transplant, Gray ventured from Seattle to the Music City in 2011, originally anticipating breaking into country music. After teaming up with 27-year music veteran and producer, Jim Reilley, she spent the last several years crafting a style that blends decades and genres into one sound.
With smoky, impassioned singing and an updated nod to the great musical standards, Jackie weaves a tapestry of intelligent lyrics and delightful original ,yet familiar music. Host Mitch Ruth, will ask Jackie about the journey to her unique style, the differences between making music in the Pacific North West and Nashville, and what is coming up in her musical career. Mitch may also get to ask the fabled question, "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it; what is the best beginner piano method book to use with a six-year old?"
Host Mitch Ruth
Jackie Gray Kickstarter Campaign https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1304472801/the-jackie-gray-kickstarter-campaign
Jackie on Spotify https://play.spotify.com/artist/7G8Pe8fcuBJIOBkZa9XKsi?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open
Paid Actor welcomes Shelli Place to the show!
Shelli Place returned to acting after a decade of producing/directing Business Theater, corporate awards/fashion shows and red carpet events. She made her Minnesota debut in the 2013 Fringe Festival encore show A Certain Age. A long time member of AEA/SAG/AFTRA, her theater credits include King Lear (Regan), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Mae), Mary Stuart (Mary), Twelfth Night (Viola), The Importance of Being Earnest (Gwendolyn) and musicals How to Succeed… (Rosemary) Fiorello (Dora) Company (Kathy) and Gerogette in Golddiggers of 1633 (a musical of Moliere’s School for Wives.) Tours include Closer than Ever, A My Name is Alice (Asia Tours), Man of La Mancha, Play it again Sam, George M, and Room Service.
TV and film credits include 3rd Rock from the Sun, Miyasaki’s Animated Classic – The Crimson Pig (English Version) and the cult horror film Party Line. Shelli has just completed the MN produced film Carrot Cake, now playing in various film festivals in the US.
Another Kind Voice on Music will feature The Kissers from Madison Wisconsin. After a six year hiatus the Irish Folk Rock group has reunited to create an all new album "Three Sails"
The Kissers are known for the frenzied energy of their live shows, their off-kilter humor, and their eclectic instrumentation. Violin, banjo, accordion, and an array of sonic effects combine with diverse musical influences for a unique sound that straddles the gap between indie-rock and Irish music. Audiences and reviewers, trying to describe them, cite bands as varied as the Shins, Pogues, and the Decemberists. The Kissers maintain that they are rock musicians who learned to play Irish music, not vice versa, and so their music sometimes feels more at home in a club than in a pub.
The Kissers will join host Mitch Ruth and for our show, we will feature some past favorites from the Band, discuss the future, hopefully get a few sneak peeks and find out just what they wear under those kilts (wait, that's Scottish....never mind). I may also ask that eternal question: "If you were a tree what would be your favorite brand of breath mint?"
Host Mitch Ruth