Part 2 of my interview with Freddie Jackson! This week he shares memories of his friend Luther Vandross and the story behind his tribute Superstar/Wind Beneath My Wings. You’ll also hear about the Collector’s Edition DVD and the TRANSITIONS he’s made throughout the years on TALK! with Audrey.
Freddie Jackson is doing what he does best – making unforgettable music and he joins me this month for a special series of exclusive conversations about his new album, TRANSITIONS.
He speaks candidly about love, life and renewal on talk! with Audrey.
You’ll also have an opportunity to preview the entire album, song by romantic song . . . it’s all about TRANSITIONS!
Audrey Smaltz, the legendary fashion authority, former Ebony Fashion Fair commentator, professional speaker and President and Founder of The Ground Crew is being honored this week at the Ebony Fashion Fair by The Support Network. She shares her fondest memories of The Show with us on talk! with Audrey
She is a mixed media artist, who in addition to designing beautiful jewelry, also created an Inner Conversations book that we can make ourselves to transform our negative thoughts into works of art, meet Shimoda on talk! with Audrey.
Obba Babatunde, original cast member of Dreamgirls and star of stage, screen and television talks about the history of the play, Dreamgirls the movie and his role as Billy Flynn on Broadway in CHICAGO on this week’s talk! with Audrey.
This week’s show is about serious subject, one that most of us don’t like to Think about, let alone talk about becoming organ and tissue donors.
My guest, Bobby Howard, is a former running back for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and in 1994, he received a kidney transplant that saved his life. Today he is an education specialist for LifeLink of Georgia, the federally designated Organ Procurement Organization for the state of Georgia and for the past ten years, he has worked to educate the multi cultural community about the importance of organ and tissue donation.
Are you bored with the way you look? Want to rev-it up and you don’t know where to start? Think you can’t afford a personal stylist, think again. My guest this week is”Q” Quamie, the personal stylist to Tyra Banks and costume designer for the Tyra Banks Show and has styled such notables as Jesse L. Martin of Law and Order, Marisa Tomei, Hilary Duff and Jacque Reid and she can help you too.
Joining me this week is Johnnie Walker, a 20 year entertainment industry veteran. She served as Senior Vice President of R and B Promotion for both DreamWorks Records and Island Def Jam Music Group. Walker talks to us about an extraordinary organization she founded called the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment, NABFEME.
My guest is the principal of a management consulting firm, a member of the faculty of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a practicing attorney, Wallace Ford.
He now adds author to his impressive credentials. His first novel The Pride, published by Kensington Books, is an intriguing look at the unique lives, adventures,mishaps and loves of elite business men and women, who happen to be African American.
He gives us an inside track to the wheeling’s and dealing’s of Wall Street’s Elite.
My guest this week is from the world of beauty, she is Chiquita White, Manager of Pantene Research and Product Development in North America.
She shares information with us about Pantene’s Relaxed and Natural’s Academy of Science and Style, Pantene’s partnership with The North American Hair Research Society to study Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia, the most common type of Alopecia found in African American women and the Hair Topia tour.