Zakiyyah and Joy talk to guests Dr. Derethia Duval and Colete Winlock about Mental Health Issues (particularly in the African American community) and take calls from the community.
You can reach Dr. Derethia at: 510.845.5311
and Colete Winlock at: 510.834.5990
Good evening! Tonight on full circle we’ll talk with two amazing local artists and featuring the Sounds of Soul Mechanix and Berkeley’s own Bernard Anderson and the Old School Band. First we’ll speak with Graal Swartz Guitarist and leader of the band Soul Mechanix and play a little of their music and info about their upcoming show at Yoshi’s, Sunday March 6th.
Also… We’re thrilled to have Bernard Anderson and his band members in the KPFA studio with us. We’ll hear live renditions of arrangements of rhythm and blues and get a chance to ask some questions about their work and process. Their music is a real treat. So don’t touch that dial.
Stay tuned to Full Circle here on KPFA 94.1 fm in berkeley.
Joy Moore and Zakiyyah G.E. Capehart
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Good evening and welcome to Full Circle your cultural affairs radio magazine produced by apprentices of the First Voice Media Action Program. I’m your host Zakiyyah G.E. Capehart. Tonight we present “Search For The Everlasting Coconut Tree” a film that chronicles the journey of musician, mentor WolfHawkJaguar on his quest to find the spirit of wisdom…On tonight’s show…we will hear from filmmaker WolfHawkJaguar, who is here in the KPFA studio, we’ll listen to excerpts from the from the film “Search For The Everlasting Coconut Tree…and Hear about the upcoming Orisa Urban World Festival. Wolfhawkjaguar will also sing a song or two. All that and more tonight on Full Circle….Stay Tuned…
Good evening to all our listeners and welcome to Full Circle. This is your cultural affairs radio magazine produced by apprentices of kpfa’s First Voice Apprenticeship Program.
On tonight’s show in this edition of montage you’ll hear an interview with Robert Jacobs, musician and former member of Pure Funk, a hard hitting Bay Area funk band from back in the day and ceo of Alexis Entertainment Group as we talk about what they’re doing to help producers, songwriters and performers who may also have gold in material from back in the day. Then we’ll talk with mr. Quincy mccoy, the captain at helm of this great flag ship the general manager of your Community Powered Radio station KPFA!