Our 1st episode premieres weekly starting January 20th, 2021 on Wednesdays! Each episode will be posted in time for your morning drive! The show ALTERNATIVELY WILL feature:
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LIVE: JANUARY 27, 2021 - Today's episode will feature inspirational music, positive inspirations, and an exclusive interview with “3TOB – Tony, Toni, Tone' Original Band for our Unsung Hero Series. Journey with us as we speak with Elijah EB Baker, Antron Haile, John Jubu Smith and Amar Khalil. Collectively, they will navigate us through the breakup of the group according to what they have experienced. Together, they explain the break-up, and how they were heard and not seen. Listen in as they take us on their heartbreaking voyage, while at the same determined to stand with new music, dreams, and ambitions. They have surely walked through the fire and come out pure gold with this new single, “Never Gonna Give You Up.” If you were indeed a Tony Toni Tone' fan, you will not be disappointed. The sound is clear!
Amar Khalil – Singer, Songwriter, Musician, and R&G (Rhythm & Gospel Artist) & Lead Singer of Platinum Plus R&B Group Tony Toni Tone'. In 1998 Amar became the lead singer of the platinum R&B group Tony Toni Tone' after front man Raphael Saadiq left to pursue other musical ventures. Amar's smooth sultry tenor voice and incredible stage presence, has been a perfect fit for Tony Toni Tone' and has made him a crowd favorite across the globe. FB: Only1AmarKhalil
Elijah EB Baker has made his mark as a renowned producer. He is a well- known personality among his peers of today's hot R&B and Hip-Hop producers. He has produced with Tony, Toni, Tone' performed Bass and produced with Alicia Keys on her Grammy award winning single titled “Diary” on (J Records), Snoop Dogg, Raphael Saadiq, Too Short, E40, M.J.G. and Eight Ball (Universal Records) DPG Dogg Pound Gangsters of (SO SO Def Records) along with Dazz Dillinger, Soul Seekers (Sony), Club Nouveau (Warner Bros.), Suga T. (Priority), J. Spencer (Mojazz/Motown), Y.T. Style (Atlantic Records) and Sweet N Low (Atlantic Records). FB: Elijah Baker
Jubu Smith has been described as the "world's best guitarist." Jubu is also a Grammy award-winning song writer and producer. He played for Whitney Houston, and continues to play with Frankie Beverly and Maze. FB: Jubu Smith
Antron Haile aka Icecream aka Trontreazy- one of the original 6 of Tony Toni Ton'e. Member of 3TOB and current Heat maker! FB: Antron Haile - Antron Haile(Trontreazy)
“Although they weren’t part of the face of the band, their musical contributions helped to define the forward-thinking, retro-smart brand of soul that would bring Raphael Saadiq, Dwayne Wiggins, and Timothy Christian Riley international acclaim over the following decade” – Soul Tracks
Good in the News: This episode we caught up with Chelsea's Charity!!!! The 10 year old girl who was saluted by CNN for her charitable works and has appeared on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. Chelsea's Charity, a 501(c)(3) devoted to providing art to kids 4 social-emotional & mental health! Visit chelseascharity.org for more information or to donate.
This Episodes Music:
Unstoppable - Koryn Hawthorne
Better – 3TOB
Hold On - Leandria Johnson
I Try – Hope Sheree
Never Gonna Give you up – 3TOB
Be Yourself – Raii & Whitney
I’ll Find You - LeCrae feat. Tory Kelly
You Are Not Alone- Anissa Stewart
Trouble Won’t Last– Keyondra Lockett
UP NEXT: Come journey with us as we invite to our UNSUNG HERO SERIES - Darrion Cockrell, An Ex-Gang Member turned Missouri’s Teacher of the Year and, Keyondra Lockett (Inspirational Music Segment), one of Billboards Top Gospel Artist.
LIVE: JANUARY 20, 2021 - Today’s episode will feature inspirational music, positive inspirations, and an exclusive interview with “the HOPE Coach” Tawana Williams. Tawana was born in Wilson, North Carolina without arms and impaired use of her legs due to the drug Thalidomide that was given to her mother during pregnancy. Tawana’s mother loved her child so much and didn’t know how to care for her, so she started contacting Social Services and The Department of Human Resources. After weeks with no response, she sat down and wrote a letter to President John F. Kennedy about Tawana’s situation and asked for his help. A few weeks later he responded and intervened!
At 11-1/2 months old, Tawana was taken to Duke Cerebral Palsy Hospital to be trained (long term) to use her feet as if they were her hands. At the age of 4-1/2 years old, she moved to Washington, DC with her mother and three sisters. Each summer Tawana and her sisters stayed with Grandma Rogers. Grandma Rogers was the matriarch of the family and she made sure that Tawana was taken care of, even though she lived hundreds of miles away in North Carolina; that was her baby and she prayed, spoke life, and watched over her until she passed in 1999.
Tawana’s mom knew that her mother was the family’s connection to God and she made sure that her girls would have that same opportunity. Tawana’s Aunts, Uncles, and family members all protected her well-being throughout her life.
As a teenager, Tawana loved participating in local talent shows as a singer. She was always a happy and feisty child, she was the light of the party. Grandma Rogers told Tawana as a child “I knew you would do something with your mouth/voice because you talk all the time and you talk too much.”
Tawana learned how to adapt in any situation; she’s a self-sufficient and independent woman on the move! She learned to master what she had early in life! Tawana writes, types, and irons with her feet. As a teenager, her sisters taught her how to sweep using her chin and shoulders.
Tawana continues to push others to be all they can be. She serves them right where they are…
UP NEXT: Come journey with us as we speak with 3TOB (Tony Toni Ton’e Original Band) about the breakup of the group. We will also look into the trials, tribulations, and joys associated with the journey as they soared through the fire to come out pure gold.
This Episodes Music:
Keep Holding On – Denita Gibbs
Trouble Won’t Last – Keyondra Lockett
Better – 3TOB
Optimistic – Sounds of Blackness
When I get to Heaven – Hope Sheree (Askew)
I’ll Find You - LeCrae feat. Tori Kelly
Thank you – J. Kells feat. Young Switch & MQ
Never Give you up – 3TOB
Tina Campbell – We Livin
SEASON 1 - EPISODE 1 - FLYING WITHOUT WINGS: AIR DATE - WED., JANUARY 20TH, 2021
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