Good evening and welcome to Full Circle your cultural affairs radio magazine produced by members of the First Voice apprenticeship program. This show is written, produced and broadcasting live from Huchin – occupied Ohlone territory- that was colonized and known today as the Bay Area….
Tonight is a music show! A soundtrack of my life – if you will. I put together a collage of music from a variety of talented artists like Jill Scott and Lauryn Hill to Blue October, Deana Carter and Bobby Darin. My music catalog is a little eclectic and initially it was difficult narrowing down selections for tonight’s show – because I wanted to include every song that I ever connected with. But last night I finally brought out the chopping block and was wielding the axe with precision – because time was not on my side. Hopefully some of your favs made the cut or maybe you’ll hear a song that you haven’t heard in a while, or perhaps you’ll be introduced to something new…either way – hope you enjoy! stay tuned……
“In the name of love”, the 16th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr will be held Sunday, January 14th, 7pm at the wheel chair accessible Oakland Scottish Rite Center, 1547 Lakeside Drive.
Entitled “Songs of change” this year’s tribute will feature: Nicolas Bearde, Kim Nalley, Tiffany Austin, Amikaeyla Gason and Jessica La Rel along with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir and the 300-voice Living Jazz Children’s Project with Dana King, mistress of ceremonies.
For tickets visit: livingjazz.org/mlktribute or call: 510-858-5313
This event is a benefit for living jazz.
“In the name of love” is a profound celebration of music and civil rights! Don’t miss it!
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Living Jazz MLK Tribute
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Good Evening and Happy New Year!!!
Tonight’s show: focuses on the Native American Two-Spirit community. The show will feature a variety of Two-Spirit voices, poetry, drumming and song drawn from a performance by the Bay Area American Indian Two Spirits, known as BAAITS, that was part of the Oakland museum of California’s Queer California: Untold Stories Exhibit.
The Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits define Two-Spirit as “the commonly shared notion among many Native American tribes that some individuals naturally possessed and manifested both masculine and feminine spiritual qualities. American society commonly refers to Two-Spirit People as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.”
BAAITS will be having their 8th Annual Two-Spirit Powwow on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at Fort Mason in San Francisco. For information: https://www.baaits.org/
Good Evening and Happy Holidays!!!
This is the “All Eyes On Him: The Tupac Tribute Show,” on Full Circle and tonight, we celebrate the legendary, the iconic, Grammy nominated rapper, actor, fashionista, and freedom fighter……..Tupac Shakur.
On tonight’s show, we’ll honor and celebrate the legend along with his music. We’ll hear some of the poetry he wrote and we’ll talk with Gregg Bridges, of Transitions on Traditions, and Ricky Vincent, of The History of Funk about the legacy of Tupac.
Greg Bridges, Shaquill Stewart, Eric DATBOYMEDIA, Ricky Vincent
Tupac and Janet Jackson Poetic Justice
Welcome to Full Circle, your cultural affairs radio magazine. On tonight’s show, hosts KC and Shanice will let us eavesdrop on some of their most recent conversations. This particular episode was inspired by the popular daytime TV shows “the View and the “The Real” so this their version of the “The Real View”. You will hear their perspectives on multiple hot topics tonight including, a review of the new film- Queen & Slim, The Rapper T.I. and his daughter’s annual virginity checks, microaggressions in the workplace, the N-word and their thoughts on life after death.
To view the video of T.I. talking about his daughter’s annual virginity check, click on this link.
To hear Trina on TMZ talking about her encounter with the racist White woman, click on this link.
To view the trailer for the film, Queen & Slim, click on this link.
Welcome to Full Circle your Cultural Affairs Radio Magazine produce by The First Voice Apprenticeship Program here at KPFA
Tonight in the KPFA Performance Studio, we’re featuring The Phat Luv Band. We will learn about their creative process and listen to dynamic music.
So stay tuned to Full Circle……..
Phat Luv Band
Phil lead guitarist
Radio Shaq hosting the show
The Phat Luv Band getting ready for the show
To learn more about The Phat Luv Band check out this link
Congrats on transitioning from Group 45 to A. WORD. FROM. We can’t wait for the stories you will tell.
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