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Described as having “…a beautiful instrument, a truly warm and gorgeous sound…” audiences have been inclined to feel as though they come away from a performance post an intimate conversation rather than crowded venue. One listener says there is a “…natural honest element…as though singing is an extension of her breathing.” The dynamic tones, soulful melodies, and cryptic but honest references truly show Tahirah’s ability to relate to an audience using her voice to “…creatively and musically express feelings behind songs in ways that delight and surprise and move…” With fibers in a jazz-rooted father, a chaotic upbringing, an intense sense of feel, a love for old soul, an open ear for all music, and a respect for current rhythm and blues, Tahirah Memory’s sound is unlike any other, sounding distinctly like her personal truth.”
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Happy Holidays! Simply our "Year in Review" podcast! Airing this Wednesday at 7pm and steam powered by the Afronerd Radio Machine. Topics to be hashed out are: the main occurrences, trials, trevails and controversies of 2019 in addition to some late developing stories-comedic superstar, Chris Rock gets into a bit of hot water over a 2011 interview with a few of his stand up contemporaries including Louis CK's use/misuse of the N-word (with Rock's perceived "approval"); filmmaker, Jordan Peele's US trailer gets released into the cyberverse with a great deal of excitement; a Black high school student athlete is forced to cut his dreads during a wrestling match to accommodate officials (allegedly); our belated thoughts about the Aquaman film; a recent Vibe piece highlights the mining of Black scholastic/intellectual writing talent by Marvel Comics to redirect and refresh their stories; Richard Roundtree and Samuel L. Jackson return to Shaft; Doom Patrol trailer; THAT Titans finale; is the Isaiah Bradley story ready for some shine via the MCU and lastly, Lebron James' apologies for an anti-semitic rap quote. Call LIVE at 646-915-9620.
We're constantly looking around at other people who seem to be so self assured. We think, "If I can just be like that person, I'll be confident.", but that's not true. God designed you to be unique and sometimes being confident enough to be that person means you need to be bold. Where does that boldness come from? We'll tell you. Follow our flight every Wednesday and fb/christiancomedychicks
Here it is. The extra-long season finale of End of All Hope.
Ava and Mark are still trapped, but try to get Melissa to free them before Adam and the rest of the family do something drastic. Can Ava talk her way out this time? Mark seems to have his doubts. While Ava and Mark are plotting, Jay, Ambridge, and Harris are still heading towards Denver. Travel isn't easy, and things get worse after they have a run in with a couple of military helicopters. Jay is then put in a position that he was hoping wouldn't arise. Can he make the hard choice?
The episode is drama-filled and action-packed!! It truly is a different world now.
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"Awkward Meeting," "Immersed," "Fantastic Dim Bar," "Decline," "Lone Harvest," "Terminal," "Bittersweet," "Blue Feather," "MeasuredPaces," "Anxiety," "Apprehension," and "Isolated" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
"Elphaba, Elphaba," "trim," and "Just" by Elderich T'Challa of Nemesis Black @ reverbnation.com/nemesisblack
"5 Reunited" and "Rachel's Story" by Dylan Mixer @ dmixmusic.com
"Beginning," "Before Dawn," and "Serenity" created by Jason Shaw of audionautix.com
"Solstice" by Ross Bugden @ www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yRIt5yS36s
"Preperation" and "The Wait" by CJ of www.cjaudiosolutions.com/
It's that time again! The big annual crossover on the CW has occurred, and we have witnessed it in all its glory (and some of its less-gloriousness). We seem to talk mostly about the latter, of course, but we ask tough questions as well! Do we want a Batwoman series? Do we want a Superman series? Do the CW producers dig themselves into a hole by using names they have absolutely no intention of honoring? We look at a lot of these questions, and somewhere in there, there's a review of this crossover and some conjecture for the future crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths (or Kerfuffle in Two Towns). One thing is for certain: You can give us Flash, Supergirl, and Green Arrow as well as every supporting player in their respective shows, but you can never give us enough John Wesley Shipp and his 90s Flash!
DC on SCREEN #521 - Elseworlds Review