Archive for March, 2013

Air Date: Monday 3/18/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST)

THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH Featuring

“Exceptional Women & Those Who Admire Them!”

Special Guest: Star of Stage, Screen & Music – MS. IRINA MALEEVA!

Join Uncle Earl & Maleeva for a heartfelt, open and honest discussion which took place in her home!

IRINA MALEEVA

Born in Bulgaria the daughter of a famous stage actress and an aristocratic Italian statesman, Irina Maleeva, who speaks seven languages, first established herself as a child performer in Italy.

At age 15, she was discovered by the great Federico Fellini and performed in three of his movies.

By earning degrees in painting and set design from Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome and additional studies at Rome’s Cinecitta Studios and London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Irina received the training that propelled her into a successful worldwide career in films, television, stage and cabaret, and as a recording artist.

Her motion picture roles have been with the giants of the film industry, including a lead with Orson Welles in “The Merchant of Venice,” and roles in Fellini’s “Satyricon, “Spirits From the Dead” and “Roma.” She also worked with directors Luchino Visconti and Roberto Rossellini. She has played more than 30 leading roles in European and American movies, starring opposite James Mason, Valentina Cortese, Therence Stamp, Anthony Franciosa and Charles Grodin.

Irina was given a supporting actress award by the Toronto Film Festival for her portrayal of a “Demented Contessa” in the film “Union City,” which she also produced, starring singers Debbie Harry and Pat Benetar.

In addition to her film achievements, Irina starred in 14 episodes of the Italian-French co-production TV series “Poly in Venice,” and in “The Girl Without Identity.” She has guest-starred on many American TV series, including “The Gilmore Girls,” “Pensacola: Wings of Gold,” “Just Shoot Me,” “Six Feet Under,” “Cracking Up,” “Angel,” “Threshold,” “Heroes,” “American Body Shop,” “12 Miles of Bad Road,” “Trading Eights” and the daytime dramas “Days of Our Lives” and “The Bold and the Beautiful.”

To fulfill her insatiable desire to perform, Irina has added a unique singing voice to her acting abilities. This has enabled her to travel the world – from New York to Rio to Tokyo – with her one-woman musical comedy shows. Her hits include “Passion, Pain and an Occasional Vodka Tonic” and “Irina A-Broad.”

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Air Date: Monday 3/18/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST) 

 

Broadcast # 164C

 

Direct Links also on website: www.UltimateUnderground.com

Podcast will be available on iTunes. Podomatic and Website!

 

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THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH Presents

 “Exceptional Women & Those Who Admire Them”

A Special Repeat Broadcast Featuring ANGELES ECHOLS-BROWN (CEO/Founder-Educating Young Minds)

 

Musical Artists: Jean Marc Lerigab, Leslie Odom Jr., Valarie Pettiford, Jerry Leake, Reuben Cannon, Ryder Bach & Body Parts, David King, Sam Harris 

Air Date:  3/16/13   

 

Broadcast # 164B

Duration: 1:00:43

 

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Air Date: Saturday 3/16/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST)

THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH Presenting

A Special Repeat Broadcast Featuring ANGELES ECHOLS-BROWN (CEO/Founder-Educating Young Minds)

 

Musical Artists: Jean Marc Lerigab, Leslie Odom Jr., Valarie Pettiford, Jerry Leake, Reuben Cannon, Ryder Bach & Body Parts, David King, Sam Harris, 

ANGELES ECHOLS-BROWN

          “Education forms a common mind, when the twig is bent, the tree inclines.”  That quotation emanates from the Deep South, from an era when African-Americans were raised to value education and pass it on with reverence. Angeles Echols continues to honor this tradition.  For more than 20 years, this native of Memphis, Tennessee has been imparting knowledge to students of all creeds, colors, and walks of life; put simply, she’s  ‘educating young minds’ and making sure those twigs grow straight, tall and strong.  What began in her one-room apartment with two children and only $50.00 has blossomed into a multi-faceted and diverse organization that has touched the lives of more than 1,200 students in grades K-12 and their parents.

Angeles Echols knows what it is like to start out life with challenges.  Born and raised in rural Tennessee, Angeles Echols grew up with two sisters and a determined single mother who instilled in each of them the value of discipline, faith, and education.  Much of her childhood was spent growing up in the projects, on welfare, and in an environment where higher education was not an option many young people could hope to attain. Angeles did not let this limit her horizons, she applied to 20 colleges and was accepted into 19.  She chose to attend Cornell University.

          While attending Cornell, Angeles discovered a love for the arts.  She was awarded $5,000 from Willard Straight Hall to produce the musical “An Evening of Soul”.  She directed the gospel choirs on campus and off.  When she was not studying or performing, she was tutoring students locally.  She was always torn between her love for the arts and her love of teaching.  After much prayer and soul-searching, the path was chosen for her.  She would become an advocate for children; she would become an educator.

After moving to Los Angeles, Angeles eventually was offered a teaching position at a small private school, Trinity Lutheran.  Given the success of her class, teachers and parents eagerly sought her assistance. Two students in her one bedroom apartment began what would become Educating Young Minds. Very quickly she discovered the tremendous demand and need in her community, especially among people of color, for supplemental educational and counseling services.  Soon her apartment was filled every day with children, with every part of the apartment in use as an educational facility.   Tera, who graduated from Stanford, would study in the tub (with a pillow) when she was in sixth grade.  Tiphonee, now a senior in high school, would use the toilet (also with a pillow) as her desk. The need for a stand alone facility became clear.  Thus Angeles founded Educating Young Minds Tutorial Program (EYM).

          Educating Young Minds’ aim is to reach at-risk children and their families, channeling their energies toward achieving excellence. This is accomplished by linking high expectations with academic improvement through proven teaching and learning strategies and activities. Educating Young Minds provides a student/teacher ratio of 5:1 to better accommodate students (grades K-12) with different abilities and backgrounds.

Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. Educating Young Minds provides home-study, after-school tutorial, and SAT/ACT prep. EYM also grants $6,000-$10,000 in college scholarships each year to EYM high-school graduates. Ms. Echols and her staff are determined to support, nurture, and guide as many inner-city students as possible.  Former EYM students are now attending or graduating from Stanford, Berkeley, USC, Syracuse University, Xavier, and many others. Ms. Echols is not only committed, sincere and spirit-driven; she’s vivacious, immensely talented, and articulate.

          Angeles years of experience and love for her students prompted her to meet the needs of those students that cannot access EYM but need academic help, want to go to college but are unaware of the requirements, want a career but do not know what it takes, these needs encouraged her to develop a new program entitled, ACCESS/NO EXCUSE. ACCESS/NO EXCUSE is an online-interactive website that provides, tutoring, educational enhancement, career development, and college information to better equip and serve students nationwide. Angeles launched her new website with a three day event that included a festival at West Los Angeles College that allowed children to interact with other children in India, inject themselves into a 3-D model, learn to direct, produce, record, and edit a television show and experience a court trial.

Ms. Echols holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, Emphasis in Child Development and Human Behavioral Psychology and completed a one-year graduate program at Cornell in Arts and Sciences.  She has worked as an instructor, tutor, counselor, teacher, and administrator at Harvard’s Upward Bound Program, Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga, Trinity Lutheran School in LA, Holy Name’s Multi-Purpose Center in Memphis, and at Alexander Berger Junior High School #139 in the Bronx, to name a few.  She is presently preparing for a PhD program in Education and Child Development and Human Behavior.

          Angeles has been honored by many groups and organizations.  She was recently featured on KTLA (Channel 5) as an “Unsung Hero”. The Los Angeles Times praises her no-nonsense policy in an article titled, “A Tough Love Approach to Tutoring”, in 2003, she was selected to become a member of the President’s Council of Cornell Women and she received the Minorities in Business Magazine’s 2003 PRISM Award in Education. Ms. Echols’ collegiate graduating class most recently selected her as one of the 25 most outstanding graduates of her class. She has also received ACT 1’s Angel of Education Award, Crenshaw Christian Center’s Lifetime Achievement Award, Oscar Joel Bryant’s Community Humanitarian Award, and the Jackie Robinson and United Way’s Community Service Awards. These are some of the many recognitions that adorn the walls of EYM.

At the end of the day, Angeles Echols is one of those rare individuals who are excited not by the many accolades, but rather, the academic and emotional success of her students. Her vision, to create EYM satellite locations, both state and nationwide, is driven by an unquenchable thirst for achievement and support of children, that inspires her peers, students and empowers her parents, molding urban youth, one graduate at a time.

 

Special Thanks ARNOLD & Staff For My Feature In The February 2013 Issue: 

 

http://shineonhollywoodmagazine.com/shinefeb2013/web/flipviewerxpress.html

Letter From The Publishers

 

Shine On Hollywood Magazine is dedicated to providing a showcase of the best and most successful ideas from industry professionals across all areas of consumer culture including an exploration of the techniques behind the work and insight into the people and trends shaping these industries internationally. We will provide the industry’s foremost creative meeting place with a monthly showcase, news, opinion, analysis and audience feedback. It will help bring the community together by introducing some of the most well recognized professional experts in the industry.

Exclusive interviews with Celebrities and working regular class have contributed some exceptional “tips” for our readers to learn on. There are a lot of young professionals who can take notes on their success! That’s what Shine On Hollywood Magazine is all about, is to express the real world success to the general public and popular culture.

 

“Dedicated to providing a positive, meaningful and educational experience and to inspire our readers with knowledge and information from creative qualified industry professionals.” 

 

Shine On Hollywood Magazine March 2013 Issue

Topic: Hollywood Top Women Entertainment Industry Professionals

Release date: 03/09/2013

Hollywood Top Women Executive share their stories and knowledge…spoke out on how they made their way in the field. Provides education and to encourage their selection as a major and their ultimate entry into the profession in the entertainment industry. Don’t miss! “Let them be your motivation” on March 2013 Issue.

There are a lot of young professionals who can take notes on their success!  That’s what Shine On Hollywood Magazine is all about, is to express the real world success to the general public and popular culture.

 

EBONY CABARET

A creative haven of mutual artists where they can grow and experiment their perspective crafts, nurture and support one another!

The mission is to entertain, and embrace the performance community at large.

Come share an evening of live music, dance and art with some of LA’s finest performers from stage and screen.

Hosted by Uncle Earl of The Ultimate Underground Experience Radio Show and features Burlesque Dancer Jessebelle Thunder, Jenny Eloise Rieu aka The Lady in Red,the Brown Betties, Annabel Lee, Pamela Threats, The Ebony Cabaret Trio: Aaron Provisor, Brandon & Aneesa Al-Musawir and The Ebony Cabaret Dancers!

Joining us will be the all star cast of DOMA theatre’s production of Dreamgirls..come get a peek at this amazing show!

Lastly come and celebrate Desiree’s Big 40! A great night of dancing singing and swinging!! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!

For more info: http://www.ebonycabaret.com

Air Date: Saturday 3/16/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST) 

 

Broadcast # 164B

 

Direct Links also on website: www.UltimateUnderground.com

Podcast will be available on iTunes. Podomatic and Website!

Angeles Echols-Brown

Jean Marc Lerigab

Leslie Odum Jr.

Valarie Pettiford

Jerry Leake & Group

David King

Sam Harris

Reuben Cannon

Adriane Lenox

Ryder Bach & Body Parts

Obba Babatunde

Michael McKean & Annette O’Toole

 

THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH!

“Exceptional Women & Those Who Admire Them”   

Featuring SELECTIONS BY INTERNATIONAL LADIES OF BLUES , JAZZ & SOUL!

 

Special Guests: Apoetnomadali, Sammy Isaac & James Leary

 

Musical Artists: Joan Faulkner & Gustav Czic, Ava DuPree, Maya Miki, Rogue, Sandra Reaves-Phillips, Nakia Henry, Lara Johnston, H-Slang & Choco 

Air Date:  3/14/13   

 

Broadcast # 164A

Duration: 0:57:30

 

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Air Date: Thursday 3/14/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST)

 

THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH!

“Exceptional Women & Those Who Admire Them”   

Featuring SELECTIONS BY INTERNATIONAL LADIES OF BLUES , JAZZ & SOUL!

 

Special Guests: Apoetnomadali, Sammy Isaac & James Leary

 

Musical Artists: Joan Faulkner & Gustav Czic, Ava DuPree, Maya Miki, Rogue, Sandra Reaves-Phillips, Nakia Henry, Lara Johnston, H-Slang & Choco 

APOETNOMADALI

Hip Hop Artist or Rapper. In fact to just call him either, might be as erroneous as a slew of other titles that we generally use to categorize the arts. The best title might simply be: STUDENT (although we regret to burst your bubble and must mention he also holds the position of teacher and motivational speaker). He is a student of life and his unique story is a far cry from the saran wrap packages that most of our “stars” come in.

Forget the fact that a revolution in his home country and multiple transitory stops in other countries somehow landed him here in Orange County, CA. Forget the fact that he speaks at least 4 languages and learned English from the New York/Middle Eastern twanged accents of his father and mother. Even forget about the fact that often more pressing than posting his latest song, booking a show, or hitting the studio, is spending time with his family, loyalty to his dearest friends, and having a cup of tea with his grandma.

Poet is one of those humble and exciting finds that make you want to cross paths with his genius before the rest of the world discovers it. His star has been on the rise for years, and as long as the laws of physicsapply, and the earth is round; It is not “if it will happen” for POET, but “when it will happen”.

If you want to know more, and we can assure you there is more, you might just have to do some digging on your own. What we can tell you, is all the above mentioned projects are on I-tunes, and you can check him out online at all the local hubs: Facebook, myspace, twitter, youtube… Simply take four words: A + Poet + Nomad + Ali and put them together into one: Apoetnomadali.

JAMES LEARY

James was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. Studied piano and played in Rhythm &Blues bands featuring Teroy Betton, Ben Pruitt , Thomas East, Robert Trezvant, David ii and Jimmy Mayers and York Wilbon around Arkansas. He later became a versatile Bassist performing with Art Porter, Sr. , Albert King , Little Johnny Taylor, Major Lance graduated UAPB      (U of Arkansas, Pine Bluff) BA , Music ED.

In San Francisco studied Bass w/Charles Siani, Ortiz Walton, played with Oakland Symphony/San Francisco Ballet Orchestra, at the same time began a long career as bassist with John Handy, George Duke, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Dizzy Gillespie, Bobby Hutcherson, Harold Land, Pharoah Sanders, Eddy Jefferson, Esther Phillips, Thelonius Monk, Max Roach, Joe Henderson, Eddy Harris, Randy Weston, Eddy ”Cleanhead” Vinson, Toots Theilman, Anthony Braxton, Oliver Lake, Dewey Redmond, Jon Hendriks, Earl Hines, Count Basie(1982) .

Played Broadway Shows in New York , Los Angeles and San Francisco He moved to Los Angeles(1982), studied film scoring with Albert Harris, scored 2 short films,  joined Sammy Davis Jr. (1984-89), Nancy Wilson(1991-1993). Recorded “DOUBLE BASS Choir cd (w/5 string basses) featuring Al McKibbon, John Clayton.

James rejoined Count Basie Orchestra in 1995 and currently tours the world with Count Basie Orchestra winning 2 Grammy awards along the way!

EBONY CABARET

A creative haven of mutual artists where they can grow and experiment their perspective crafts, nurture and support one another!

The mission is to entertain, and embrace the performance community at large.

Come share an evening of live music, dance and art with some of LA’s finest performers from stage and screen.

Hosted by Uncle Earl of The Ultimate Underground Experience Radio Show and features Burlesque Dancer Jessebelle Thunder, Jenny Eloise Rieu aka The Lady in Red,the Brown Betties, Annabel Lee, Pamela Threats, The Ebony Cabaret Trio: Aaron Provisor, Brandon & Aneesa Al-Musawir and The Ebony Cabaret Dancers!

Joining us will be the all star cast of DOMA theatre’s production of Dreamgirls..come get a peek at this amazing show!

Lastly come and celebrate Desiree’s Big 40! A great night of dancing singing and swinging!! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!

Next Show: Thursday, March 14, 2013

Special Guests: The Cast Of Doma’s “DREAMGIRLS”

 

Location: M BAR1253 Vine Street LA, CA 90038

 

Dinner and Show at 8p $20 tickets $10 food/drink min.

 

Pre-sale Tickets $15 @ www.plays411.com/ebony

Must RSVP 323.856.0036

For more info: http://www.ebonycabaret.com

Air Date: Thursday 3/14/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST) 

 

Broadcast # 164A

Direct Links also on website: www.UltimateUnderground.com

Podcast will be available on iTunes. Podomatic and Website!

Joan Faulkner

Gustav Czic

Ava DuPree

Maya Miki

Rogue

Sandra Reaves-Phillips

Nakia Henry

Lara & Tom Johnston

H-Slang & Choco

Apoetnomadali

James Leary

THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH in March Featuring

“Exceptional Women & Those Who Admire Them!”

Uncle Earl & Radman catch up after a long absence and Uncle covers OPENING NIGHT of “DREAMGIRLS” in Hollywood…..

Special Guests: RADOMIR VOJTEC LUZA (NOHO Poet Lauerate), MICHAEL ABRAMSON (Producer), RAE TOLEDO (Choreographer) & The DOMA Theater Cast of “DREAMGIRLS” 

Musical Guests: Radomir Luza, Welton Thomas Pitchford, Keith Arthur Bolden, Frank Andrus Jr., Constance Jewell Lopez, Jennifer Colby Talton, Tyra Dennis, Tiffany Williams, Lorenzo T. Hughes, Desiree Parkman and Uncle Earl, Roach Killa, Third Rail, Pamela Threats, Oaxaca Kahn!  

 

Air Date:  3/11/13  

Broadcast # 163C

Duration: 0:58:28

 

 

 

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THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH in March Featuring

“Exceptional Women & Those Who Admire Them!”

Uncle Earl & Radman catch up after a long absence and Uncle covers OPENING NIGHT of “DREAMGIRLS” in Hollywood…..

Special Guests: RADOMIR VOJTEC LUZA (NOHO Poet Lauerate), MICHAEL ABRAMSON (Producer), RAE TOLEDO (Choreographer) & The DOMA Theater Cast of “DREAMGIRLS” 

Musical Guests: Radomir Luza, Welton Thomas Pitchford, Keith Arthur Bolden, Frank Andrus Jr., Constance Jewell Lopez, Jennifer Colby Talton, Tyra Dennis, Tiffany Williams, Lorenzo T. Hughes, Desiree Parkman and Uncle Earl, Roach Killa, Third Rail, Pamela Threats, Oaxaca Kahn!  

RADMAN

Radomir Vojtech Luza was born in Vienna, Austria in 1963 to Radomir and Libuse Luza, who escaped Communism in their beloved Czechoslovakia in 1948 to settle in New Orleans. Before escaping, Radomir Sr. had fought in the Czech Underground in WW II alongside his father, General Vojtech Luza, General of the Czech Army and Leader of the Resistance Radomir’s father taught at The University of New Orleans and then Tulane University. Radomir graduated from Jesuit High School in NO and received a BA in English from Tulane University in 1985.

He has had his poetry published in such literary journals as The Aurorean, Sahara, Nerve Cowboy, Spare Change, Bent Pin Quarterly, Seldom Nocturne, New Laurel Review, Poetry Motel, Writers of the Desert Sage, Poet, Anthology, Eintouist, Sage Trail, Phantom Seed, San Gabriel Valley Poetry Quarterly,Skysage (Hon. Mention) and Readers Digest (Hon. Mention) among others. The Boston Globe published one of his poems as have many anthologies, collections and websites.

Radomir has won many Poetry and Writing Awards and is the Publisher of “Voices in the Library” and “California East” Literary Magazines. He is a member of Marquis Who’s Who in America (2003-Present) and Who’s Who in The World (2005-Present). He is also a member of The American Academy of Poets and The Poetry Society of America.  He has written 21 books, of which 17 are Poetry Collections. He has hosted and organized numerous Readings in New York City, Northern NJ and Los Angeles and featured 60 plus times at poetry readings across the country.

DOMA THEATER

DOMA Theatre Co began as a joint venture between two seasoned professionals, Dolf Ramos and Marco Gomez in 2002. In the early stages of the company, DOMA provided a platform to young talent so they could obtain experience in performing in musical theatre productions along with seasoned professionals. As the company grew, it partnered with The Hope & Union Foundation, a California public benefit organization dedicated to the arts and to assisting at-risk youth.

Dreamgirls is a Broadway musical, with music by Henry Krieger and lyrics and book by Tom Eyen. Based upon the show business aspirations and successes of R&B acts such as The Supremes, The Shirelles, James Brown, Jackie Wilson, and others,[1] the musical follows the story of a young female singing trio from Chicago, Illinois called “The Dreams”, who become music superstars. The musical opened on December 20, 1981 at the Imperial Theatre, and was nominated for thirteen Tony Awards, including the Tony Award for Best Musical, and won six. It was later adapted into a motion picture from DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures in 2006.

EBONY CABARET

A creative haven of mutual artists where they can grow and experiment their perspective crafts, nurture and support one another!

The mission is to entertain, and embrace the performance community at large.

Come share an evening of live music, dance and art with some of LA’s finest performers from stage and screen.

Hosted by Uncle Earl of The Ultimate Underground Experience Radio Show and features Burlesque Dancer Jessebelle Thunder, Jenny Eloise Rieu aka The Lady in Red,the Brown Betties, Annabel Lee, Pamela Threats, The Ebony Cabaret Trio: Aaron Provisor, Brandon & Aneesa Al-Musawir and The Ebony Cabaret Dancers!

Joining us will be the all star cast of DOMA theatre’s production of Dreamgirls..come get a peek at this amazing show!

Lastly come and celebrate Desiree’s Big 40! A great night of dancing singing and swinging!! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!

Next Show: Thursday, March 14, 2013

Location: M BAR1253 Vine Street LA, CA 90038

 

Dinner and Show at 8p $20 tickets $10 food/drink min.

Pre-sale Tickets $15 @ www.plays411.com/ebony

Must RSVP 323.856.0036

For more info: http://www.ebonycabaret.com

Air Date: Monday 3/11/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST) 

 

Broadcast # 163C

 

Direct Links also on website: www.UltimateUnderground.com

Podcast will be available on iTunes. Podomatic and Website!

DreamGirls @ Doma Theater in Hollywood

Radomir Vojtec Luza

Constance Jewell Lopez

The Cast

Frank Andrus Jr. & Welton Thomas Pitchford

DOMA Theater

Ebony Cabaret Thursday March 14th @ M BAR in Hollywood

THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH Presenting A Special SHINE ON HOLLYWOOD Magazine Salute!


Special Guests: Arnold Garcia, Marion Ramsey, Clent Bowers, Mara New & Jesse Dorado

 

Musical Artists: Arnold G., Barbara Morrison, Marion Ramsey, Bowers & Samay

 

OMG….You Have No Idea About This Ride We Are Going To Take…..All I Can Say Is….Keep Your Drool Bucket Handy……LOL…….ENJOY!!!!! :O))

 

Thanks ARNOLD & Staff For My Feature In The February 2013 Issue: 

http://shineonhollywoodmagazine.com/shinefeb2013/web/flipviewerxpress.html

Air Date:  3/9/13 

Broadcast # 163A

Duration: 1:01:05

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THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH in March Featuring

“Exceptional Women & Those Who Admire Them!”

 

Special Guest: Professor VERA KATZ!

Musical Artists: Lena Horne, Billie Holiday, Jenny Burton, Sandra Reaves-Phillips, Bryan Brown, Spike Rebel & The Street (Scott Pollack)

Broadcast # 163A

Air Date: 3/7/13

Duration: 0:59:35

Play

Air Date: Saturday 3/9/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST)

THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE & UNCLE EARL Celebrates WOMEN’S MONTH Presenting A Special SHINE ON HOLLYWOOD Magazine Salute!

 

 

Special Guests: Arnold Garcia, Marion Ramsey, Clent Bowers, Mara New & Jesse Dorado

 

Musical Artists: Arnold G., Barbara Morrison, Marion Ramsey, Bowers & Samay

 

OMG….You Have No Idea About This Ride We Are Going To Take…..All I Can Say Is….Keep Your Drool Bucket Handy……LOL…….ENJOY!!!!! :O))

 

Thanks ARNOLD & Staff For My Feature In The February 2013 Issue: 

http://shineonhollywoodmagazine.com/shinefeb2013/web/flipviewerxpress.html

Letter From The Publishers

 

Shine On Hollywood Magazine is dedicated to providing a showcase of the best and most successful ideas from industry professionals across all areas of consumer culture including an exploration of the techniques behind the work and insight into the people and trends shaping these industries internationally. We will provide the industry’s foremost creative meeting place with a monthly showcase, news, opinion, analysis and audience feedback. It will help bring the community together by introducing some of the most well recognized professional experts in the industry.

Exclusive interviews with Celebrities and working regular class have contributed some exceptional “tips” for our readers to learn on. There are a lot of young professionals who can take notes on their success! That’s what Shine On Hollywood Magazine is all about, is to express the real world success to the general public and popular culture.

 

“Dedicated to providing a positive, meaningful and educational experience and to inspire our readers with knowledge and information from creative qualified industry professionals.” 

 

Shine On Hollywood Magazine March 2013 Issue

Topic: Hollywood Top Women Entertainment Industry Professionals

Release date: 03/09/2013

Hollywood Top Women Executive share their stories and knowledge…spoke out on how they made their way in the field. Provides education and to encourage their selection as a major and their ultimate entry into the profession in the entertainment industry. Don’t miss! “Let them be your motivation” on March 2013 Issue.

There are a lot of young professionals who can take notes on their success!  That’s what Shine On Hollywood Magazine is all about, is to express the real world success to the general public and popular culture.

 

EBONY CABARET

A creative haven of mutual artists where they can grow and experiment their perspective crafts, nurture and support one another!

The mission is to entertain, and embrace the performance community at large.

Come share an evening of live music, dance and art with some of LA’s finest performers from stage and screen.

Hosted by Uncle Earl of The Ultimate Underground Experience Radio Show and features Burlesque Dancer Jessebelle Thunder, Jenny Eloise Rieu aka The Lady in Red,the Brown Betties, Annabel Lee, Pamela Threats, The Ebony Cabaret Trio: Aaron Provisor, Brandon & Aneesa Al-Musawir and The Ebony Cabaret Dancers!

Joining us will be the all star cast of DOMA theatre’s production of Dreamgirls..come get a peek at this amazing show!

Lastly come and celebrate Desiree’s Big 40! A great night of dancing singing and swinging!! NOT TO BE MISSED!!!

Next Show: Thursday, March 14, 2013

Special Guests: The Cast Of Doma’s “DREAMGIRLS”

 

Location: M BAR1253 Vine Street LA, CA 90038

 

Dinner and Show at 8p $20 tickets $10 food/drink min.

 

Pre-sale Tickets $15 @ www.plays411.com/ebony

Must RSVP 323.856.0036

For more info: http://www.ebonycabaret.com

Air Date: Saturday 3/9/13  on KLED Live FM (91.1FM)  www.KLEDLive.com  @ 9AM & 9PM (PST) 

 

Broadcast # 163A

 

Direct Links also on website: www.UltimateUnderground.com

Podcast will be available on iTunes. Podomatic and Website!

Shine On Hollywood Magazine

Arnold Garcia

Jesse Dorado

Marion Ramsey

Mara New

Clent Bowers

Uncle Earl & The Gang

Arnold G & The Gang

February 2012 Issue