Monday, September 24, 2007

9/16/07~W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio Was Live From I-55!!!

September’s Theme Is “We Are Bridge Builders”

The Live From I-55 Edition of W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio!!!

Topic Of Discussion:
Memphis Men

Hey Fam,
My apologies for the quality control on the show…The content was tight but production values were low because I was literally on the road going down I-55 from St. Louis, Missouri back to Memphis…I was coming back home after celebrating the 20th Anniversary of The John B. Ervin Scholars Program of Washington University in St. Louis that very busy and joyful weekend (Sept. 14-16, 2007)…I am an alum of both the program and the institution…For the most part it was a big family reunion…People I have kept in touch with since graduation as well as folks I haven’t seen in 5 years and more were on hand to spread the love…It was beautiful…

Featured Speaker Mayor Corey Booker of Newark, NJ opened up that great memorable weekend by demanding that we all do more for our respective communities than just pay lip service…

So what's a more fitting topic for me than to cover Memphis Men a.k.a. Brothers who are doing it and doing it well in the M-Town for the greater good of all…

Our special guests of note were the following brothers:

A.) The Up And Comer Known As Bro. George C. Monger...

He is currently running for Memphis City Council, but he just graduated from High School in the spring of 2007 from my alma mater Overton High School in Memphis…He made history because he got the City of Memphis to change the rules of a person’s eligibility to run for the Memphis City Council…At first a person running for the Memphis City Council had to be at least 23 years of age and a voting citizen for five years…But This Up And Comer Known As Bro. George C. Monger Changed All Of That...Even award winning documentary film maker and rebel rouser extraordinaire Michael Moore's collaborator Jason Pollack sent a documentary crew to cover this brother and Bro. Monger also has several other surprises coming soon…So let me just say that this is an honor and privilege to introduce our faithful W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio Audience To This Up And Comer Known As Bro. George C. Monger!!!

Please Go To to support this positive young brother…You will be hearing more from and about this brother in the very near future…But remember you heard it first on W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio...

B.) The Brother Known As Da Judge: The New Most Known Unknown…

Also music for this segment was provided by Hip Hop Underground Artist Da Judge whose highly anticipated street anthem filled and ambitious double compact disc compilation album which features some of Memphis favorite sons of hip hop, The Workhouse Volume One, just hit the streets and the eardrums of the Memphis rap faithful…

Da Judge offered colorful and real talk for our W.E. A.L.L. B.E. listeners which may surprise people who aren’t aware of thoughtful artists who really do appreciate the love and support they receive from true fans as well as those who don’t think that quality and crowd pleasing music can’t be found outside or inside the Top Forty or 106 and Barf I mean Park formats…Da Judge and his friends will also be performing at the First Annual Jimmie Lunceford Jamboree Festival Tribute Concert on Oct. 21, 2007 @ Church Park in Memphis…

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