W4Cy & W4VET 09-21-2017

Our guest today is King Errison, musician, movie star, composer, received his first “big break” at the age of 23 when his talent with the congas was prominently displayed in a memorable night club scene in the James Bond movie, Thunderball. He left Nassau for drama studies in Canada, formed a jazz band in New York City, and spent a year performing in a Bermuda club where he met Redd Foxx who invited King to appear at his place in Los Angeles. Sammy Davis Jr. asked King to appear on the Hollywood Palace, and Cannonball Adderly became his mentor in the recording studio. Stacks Image 5. As a session musician, King has worked with a very diverse group of artists representing a wide variety of musical styles. King has been praised as “the unsung hero behind Motown” by Ray Singleton in her book Berry, Me, and Motown as well as by Berry Gordy in his book To Be Loved for his work with artists such as Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Michael Jackson, the Jackson Five, and many others. He has also worked with Herb Alpert, John Klemmer, Doc Severinsen, Ringo Starr, Blood Sweat & Tears, Jim Stafford, Swamp Dogg, Barbra Streisand, David Cassidy, Bobby Darin, Nancy Wilson, Johnny Mathis, OC Smith, Lou Rawles, Hodges James and Smith, Mickey Stevenson, Barry White and The Carpenters. He was a featured member of the Incredible Bongo Band and has been a member of Neil Diamond’s touring band since 1976. The unsung hero behind Motown Ray Singleton.

 

As a solo artist and composer, King is best known as a master of funky disco with lots of congas. His early albums are prized by “breakbeat hounds.” His more recent solo albums can be classified as jazz with a Caribbean flavor. His songs have appeared on albums by Neil Diamond, Eddie Kendricks, Flora Purim, The Temptations, and in the soundtrack of the movie, Ted and Venus.

As an actor, King has appeared in the movies Uptown Saturday Night (with Bill Cosby and Sidney Poitier) and on television in Abe Vigoda’s Fish series and The Watcher, the 1980 remake of The Jazz Singer with Neil Diamond, and the movie Thunderball with Sean Connery.  King also stars in a music video of the song Mountains of Love. He sings and dances in addition to playing the congas.

For more information on King Errison and to purchase his latest album go to his website kingerrison.com

 

Radio Fairfax 09-19-2017

Our guest today are Dr. Reginald Morris.  The discussion today is  about the new book “Resurrect Your Dead Marriage”

Dr. Reggie as he likes to be called is a former Senior Pastor, I, alongside his wife Renea, have used his relationship with God and their personal ministry to improve the lives of others. Dr. Reggie has a husband of over 30 years survived 3 separations and a contested divorce, a father of a blended family to four children and a doting grandfather to four grandchildren—he understands the struggles that come with family relationships.

With his doctorate degree in Ministry from the Christian Life School of Theology, he has combined their real-life experiences with his academic background in the interest of offering the most effective, affordable and convenient offering of pastoral counseling and relationship enhancing tools.

Renea and he have, together, worked to help those in need through their ministry since their careers began. In 1992, they co-founded the Youth Job Awareness Project in response to the riots in Los Angeles. This service helped over 2500 displaced youth and young adults find long-term employment and a sense of genuine purpose.

Nearly 25 years later, they are still working to inspire and improve lives through our ministry. To purchase the book or for more information go to their website at reginaldmorris.com

Our guest today is Dr. Reginald Morris.  The discussion today is the new book “Resurrect Your Dead Marriage”

Dr. Reggie as he likes to be called is a former Senior Pastor, I, alongside his wife Renea, have used his relationship with God and their personal ministry to improve the lives of others. Dr. Reggie has a husband of over 30 years survived 3 separations and a contested divorce, a father of a blended family to four children and a doting grandfather to four grandchildren—he understands the struggles that come with family relationships.

With his doctorate degree in Ministry from the Christian Life School of Theology, he has combined their real-life experiences with his academic background in the interest of offering the most effective, affordable and convenient offering of pastoral counseling and relationship enhancing tools.

Renea and he have, together, worked to help those in need through their ministry since their careers began. In 1992, they co-founded the Youth Job Awareness Project in response to the riots in Los Angeles. This service helped over 2500 displaced youth and young adults find long-term employment and a sense of genuine purpose.

Nearly 25 years later, they are still working to inspire and improve lives through our ministry. To purchase the book or for more information go to their website at reginaldmorris.com

WDZY1290AM/103.3FM- KWDF 840AM/99.7FM 9-16-2017

Our guest today is Nate McConnell, Personal Trainer and health and wellness Expert with Bodies of Empowerment.  He will be discussing what Bodies of Empowerment is and his latest Retreat Program is October 6th-8th,The Pursuit of Health. Nate’s motto is “Get The Body You’ve Always Dreamed Of!”

 “Nate McConnell has been training, educating and inspiring many over the past 20 yrs in the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas. In addition to being a personal fitness trainer himself and owner of Bodies of Empowerment, he us also the founder of The Pursuit of Health Retreats he runs several times each year at Potters Ranch in Union, KY. The purpose of these retreats is healing, personal growth and development. His next retreat is October 6th-8th. Beyond physical health and fitness, Nate has a passion for developing the “whole person.” From teaching, to writing, leading small groups, to training clients, his heart for people is evident in all that he does.” For more information on the retreat go to www.bodiesofempowerment.com or give Nate a call at (859) 578-4500