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Tea_L with Host Yvonne Wilcox
Tony Owens, known professionally as Tea_L is an American R&B singer writer, producer, arranger, and performer. Tea_l has been singing and performing on stage since the age of five. He's the lead singer of the hit singing group formerly known as 4-U. One of their most popular singles was titled “Home.” They've enjoyed a number one single on Billboard's 'Bubbling Under' charts, and a number two single on Billboards R&B charts. Tea_L was up for a Soul Train Music Award along with many other...
ANTON HALE - BUSINESS IMPACT 2019
TO LISTEN TO THE FULL SHOW GO TO: Spotify Podcast Anton Hale age 34 native of Idaho is gaining national & world wide interest in business & the music industry! Anton is an accomplished Entrepreneur / Artist / Advertising Executive & Public Relations Manager For Troy Edwards Managing Director of Universal Music Group / 3HP CEO / Executive Producer ABC Show "THE PLATFORM". Anton represents and works with celebrities, independent artists, businesses and individuals working toward success!...
Partners of LHMPR Radio Dallas talk about issues in the Music Industry
Gordie Russ is a Booking Agent, Music Producer and LHMPR Radio Dallas Partner and Yvonne Wilcox is a Digital Music Distributor, ASCAP Music Publisher, BMI Songwriter, Ambassador for Music2Deal and Mighty Networks also a Press Release Distributor.
Interview with Amacio Favor @AmacioFavor
What is difference between being an Artist now and back then? I think the major difference is back then you needed actual talent to be a successful artist. In music today, you can be successful if you are marketable and know how to market your music in a way to reach your ideal fans or your super fans. It also depends on what type of artist you would like to be. The internet allows you to be small but big especially once you develop a core following or have certain connections. There are so...
Interview with Yung presented by Dolla 4 Dolla Ent Yung @SirDollaB @YungDaThreat
Yung, Weldon Williams, is a talented music producer, performer and lyricist. His interest in music flourished at the age of 14 years old and has continued to grow over the years. Inspired by his older brother, he decided to form a group in high school and began selling mixtapes that earned great responses. Over time, the membership of the group transformed. The changes within the group compelled Yung to change the name to Trendsettas. As the members of the group got older, they started doing...
Interview with Keez Mc @KeezMc
About Keez Mc Keez was raised in Harlem but lived in the Bronx. He’s also very focus he already has two mixtapes, one called Hungry Season and the second just now getting done called Hungry Season Two (business as usual) and a Album that came out called "Musical Therapy" both of his singles are doing good one called Im On With It and "Report To The Dance Floor" he has 8,692 plays, 839 downloads off his singles, 6,795 fans his song "Report To The Dance Floor" is #3 on the club charts on...
Interview with 15 year old Blues Singer NJ Speights @NJSpeights @DannyBoy517
Nigel JaMar Speights is a young musician who LOVES the blues and has been playing the guitar since the age of 8 years old. He began guitar lessons in the spring of 2010 under the leadership of Mr. Aaron Hodge, a former member of bluesman Willie King and the Liberators Band. Nigel is a former member of the Alabama Blues Project Advanced Band. He has played at the following festivals: the Annual Willie King Festival, the Annul Blackbelt Folks Roots Festival, the Annual Clarence “Bluesman”...
Dennis Wilmeth "Women as Leaders" @DennisWilmeth
Dennis Wilmeth states that his life is one example of Comfortable Middle Class, for white people, born in United States during 1950s and 1960s. Dad, high school educated, worked as a mailman and mom stayed at home to raise us. Some people might view the opening statement as racist but it is not a racist comment. It is a sad truth, that 50 years ago, being white made it easier to start and remain in the Comfortable Middle Class. Progress has been made in race relations, but far from enough....