On this broadcast, I am featuring a stellar POPCAT MONDAYS Performer JAZZMUN NICHALA CRAYTON!

Musical Artists Include:

The Hawk In Paris, Tuval Cain, Tony Ross ft. Cynthia Morgan & A-Q, Evgenia Laguna, XOVA ft. Dee Kelly, Jazzmun Nichala Crayton!


Jazzmun is an accomplished performer, embracing the worlds of stage, screen, and dance. She has performed across the globe on a variety of projects that showcase her passion for entertaining audiences worldwide.

This Los Angeles based phenomenon has been seen in both major motion pictures and television. She landed roles in the hit comedies”The Forty Year Old Virgin” with Steve Carrell and “Blast From the Past” with Christopher Walken and Brenda Frasier. On the small screen, she has also had several recurring roles on popular American television shows such as “Big Shots”,”CSI-New York”, “NYPD Blue”, “Nip/Tuck” and”ER”.

Jazzmun continues to evolve as a performer by incorporating dance into her repretoire. At the
present time, her diverse dance interests include Jazz Class with Frank Williams at Gold’s Hollywood;
Afro-Brazilian dance with Ayana Contreras at Crunch West Hollywood; and practicing Bikram Yoga for 3
years. Jazzmun has also produced and co-written several hot dance singles, including her dance track “Too Tired 2 B Shady” (search YouTube) which was choreographed by Travis Payne, who has choreographed for Michael Jackson. Other highly acclaimed choreographers that Jazzmun has worked with include Jamie King(Madonna, Spice Girls), Terry Beeman, and Marguerite Derricks.

Her dance talents are not limited to just classes which help her evolve as a performer, but also extend to cabaret and night club entertainment for which she is known. Jazzmun’s impersonation of Whitney Houston has won rave reviews at venue after venue, and she is also famous for her dead-on impersonations of other great musical luminaries such as Diana Ross and Grace Jones. It was after one of these performances that she was approached by Gloria Estefan to be in her video “Everlasting Love”, and later Ru Paul, who asked Jazzmun to co-star in her “A Little Bit of Love”video.
Capturing the essence of this dazzling performer in words is not an easy task. For further information, please see her website www.jazzmun.com for photographs and filmography, and she can also be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/queenjazzmun. Be sure to also search for Jazzmun clips on YouTube for her latest and greatest appearances! Catch it!

Broadcast # 219

Monday (4/21/14)

Duration: 0:59:08



The Uncle Earl

"In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can." - Nikos Kazantzakis The art of success begins first within your heart, no better example to attain this claim than the man of many talents that we have come to know thru the years in the industry as Lacy Darryl Phillips. Lacy Darryl Phillips aka THE UNCLE EARL, an Award Winning American Recording Artist, Songwriter, Producer, Actor, Radio Personality & DJ. President of Earl Hitz Records, a NYC label created to embrace the sounds of house, dance, electronic pop, and funk music. As an avid culture curator of performance & music for the world, he wanted to pay homage by creating "The New Paradise Garage Experience". He is also the Creator/Producer of Ultimate Underground, Host/DJ of his weekly radio show, The Ultimate Underground Experience now celebrating it’s 9th successful anniversary. Lacy Darryl Phillips has a career in the entertainment industry which spans four decades, in the disciplines of acting, singing, dancing, directing, choreography, and songwriting. He has worked with recording artists, such as Mariah Carey, Lauryn Hill, Vanessa Williams, Grace Jones, Sheena Easton, Peabo Bryson, CeCe Peniston, James Ingram, Lou Rawls, The Bette Davis, Debbie Allen, Ray Chew, Randy Jackson, N.W.A. (Dr. Dre & Eazy-E), Jimmy Z., and Lonnie Gordon, among others. Past performances include: The Triad (NYC), House Of Yes (Brooklyn, NY), Coney Island Baby (NYC), Gold Sounds (Brooklyn, NY), Friars Club (NYC), The Delancey (NYC), Madison Street Theater (Chicago), Jazzmobile Summerfest (NYC), Marcus Garvey Park (NYC), JCC Manhattan (NYC), Broadway Sings For Pride (NYC), Gay Pride Festival (NYC), The Landmark (LA).