Headlined Guests

Guest Biography:

 Lori Hardacker started her journey when she moved to Fort Myers Florida in 2019 after living in her RV and traveling the US since May of 2016. She worked in Naples and Fort Myers during the winter months and fell in love with that area. This is where she decided to take a break from living on the road and made Florida her home. Lori always had a passion for planning events for friends and others and started planning girl's nights, bachelorette parties, baby and wedding showers, and much more. Lori has many years in the hospitality industry and has a leadership personality in which she used to create "Leave it to Lori Events".  When she decided to narrow her skills into singles and helping them with dating, she used her own personal experience in dating herself after being single for over 20 years and being in the dating scene. Lori is now helping singles by creating single events, mix and mingles, and other events for relationship-ready singles. The show will touch on her past, becoming the woman she has become and how much her business in helping singles and dating has been affected due to COVID-19. 

Guest Category: Dating, Sex Advice
Guest Occupation: Wealth Management Advisor, Haitian Missionary, Drag Racer, Shampoo Dealer
Guest Biography:

Young Woman on a Mission

I was born in New Britain, CT and raised in Southington, CT. I am also an only child. When I was younger, I was very athletic. I was always playing sports and being active. During the summers I lived on a beach, it was always my favourite spot to be. 

When I got into high school I became a God-mother. Today, my God-daughter is three years old. I focus on spending time with her and help her to become the woman that she is capable of being. This was one of the biggest events in my life because it gave me a responsibility to care for her for the rest of my life. My God-daughter, Brooklyn, is one f the main reasons that I want to do well in life. 

Spinal Fusion

Two of the hardest events that I have overcome in my life are my back surgeries. Having one in 2010 and one in 2012, I had a rough high school career. I was in and out of the hospital and finally ended with rods and screws holding up my spine. I look at these events as a learning source teaching me that I can push through anything standing in the way of me being successful.

Haiti Mission

In high school, I also got into missionary work. I began going on trips to Haiti. There, I stay at an orphanage. I help take care of the children, I make home visits around the village, I visit the sick and elderly, and I raise money to help it become a better place. I have started leading my own trips to Haiti during the summer. I also spent Spring Break '14 performing mission work in New Orleans, Louisiana. While I was there we helped to paint the exterior of a house, put up walls in another house, and even paint one woman's porch and living room along with gardening work and talking with the locals. Missionary work is something that is very important in my life and something that I see myself doing for the rest of my life.

One day I hope to own my own non-profit organization in Haiti. 

Al is a loyal, focused, motivated, hard-working, confident, and realistic person. In addition, having a good sense of humor has allowed her to build long-lasting relationships. Throughout her career, these attributes have served her well.

Success doesn't fall from the sky, it takes hard work, dedication, and commitment to winning. As a voracious reader and a serial question-asker, she is constantly in search of knowledge.

Al spends her free time drag racing in the NHRA D1 Circuit, doing yoga, volunteering in Haiti and the local community church, and cooking. 

Guest Category: Food, Business, Careers, Entertainment, Yoga, Kids & Family, Self Help, Society and Culture, Sports & Recreation
Amber Trueblood
Guest Occupation: Parenting Expert, Author, Podcast Host
Guest Biography:

Amber Trueblood, LMFT, MBA 

Parenting Expert, Author,

Amber is an author, retreat-host, podcaster, and mother of four sons. Amber is obsessed with providing mothers simple and realistic tools to guide them toward a happier, calmer mom-life. Her approach includes helping clients clarify their unique combination of values, lifestyle, priorities, and family dynamics reinforced with a solid commitment to self-kindness and self-honesty.

She inspires and emboldens moms to choose and implement the tools and tactics most likely to work for their individual personalities and priorities. With confidence, clarity, and a clear sense of purpose, Amber's clients and students can minimize their relationship & parenting challenges and improve their mental health & emotional sanity.

Find & Follow Amber:


Twitter: https://twitter.com/truebloodzone

Guest Category: Education, Health & Lifestyle, Kids & Family, Psychology, Self Help
Ben Nicholas
Guest Occupation: Political observer, District Captain HD35A
Guest Biography:

Ben Nicholas, Adams County central committee member, a Republican Local District Captain and Founder


Guest Category: News, Politics & Government
Guest Occupation: A systems thinker
Guest Biography:

Andrew Miller

I began in the early 70's programming software in computer based education and training. I spent my non-work time focused o Technologies for Humane Society, pre-internet online communication services for the blind and challenged. Later I developed and marketed specialized software that  diagrams family and community emotional process, used in over 24 countries.

As a systems thinker I now devote my time to finding ways to fight for truly representative government, to help make us aware that the issues we all face derive from the same root causes, to build dialog among us so power-cravers don't divide us, and most importantly, to learn how to interpret the flood of information now available to us, to determine new guardrails for information providers and new media, and to learn how to use these new tools to retain our collective personal power.

Guest Category: Earth & Space, Plant & Animals, News, Philosophy, Society and Culture, Variety
Tim McCormack
Guest Occupation: GOP candidate for DA in Adams County
Guest Biography:

Champion for Justice

Tim McCormack has been a champion for justice in our communities for over 28 years with proven experience, trusted leadership, and integrity.

Everyone, regardless of politics, deserves to be safe.

Over my 28-year career, I have sought justice for victims and provided fairness to the accused. I have cultivated strong, collaborative, and productive working relationships with all criminal justice providers including law enforcement, judges, prosecutors, support staff, defense attorneys, and victims of crime.

Your district attorney should pursue justice in your community without any predetermined agenda.

As your District Attorney, every decision I make will not be dictated by politics or how it will affect political careers. Rather, every decision I make will be dictated by my desire to keep you and your family safe from those who will do you harm. 

Elections have consequences. Compromising your safety shouldn't be one of them. The public safety of our communities, and the prevention of criminal activity in the first place, should be the top priority of the District Attorney's Office.

Please join our team in that effort. Thank you for your support.

Biography for Tim McCormack can be read in full at https://mccormackforda.com/meet-tim/

Guest Category: News, Politics & Government
Michael W. (Mike) Hogan, Chief Advancement Officer for Paws for Purple Hearts
Guest Occupation: Chief Advancement Officer for Paws for Purple Hearts
Guest Biography:

Michael W. (Mike) Hogan is the Chief Advancement Officer for Paws for Purple Hearts (PPH), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to supporting America’s veterans and current service members.  He joined the team at PPH in October 2018.  Paws for Purple Hearts’ mission is to improve the lives of America’s Warriors facing mobility challenges and trauma-related conditions such as PTSD and traumatic brain injury by providing the highest quality service/assistance dogs and canine-assisted therapeutic programs.

Before joining PPH, Mr. Hogan had spent the previous 24 years in the Institutional Advancement profession working at two institutions, The United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, NY and the Culver Academies, a leading independent college preparatory school in Culver, Indiana. 

Mr. Hogan was born and raised in Texas.  He graduated from USMA, and then served on Active Duty for seven years as an Infantry officer. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army’s Ranger, Airborne and Air Assault training courses.  He served with the 1st Battalion/21st Infantry “Gimlets” in the 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks, HI.  CPT Hogan subsequently commanded a company in the 1st Battalion/26th Infantry at Ft. Dix, NJ.

His career in Institutional Advancement began in 1995 when he returned to his alma mater.  At West Point, Mr. Hogan began his work as a Class Giving Officer helping USMA Classes raise funds for class projects.  After two years, Mr. Hogan became the Director of Class Giving.  He received subsequent promotions to Director of Major Giving, and Assistant Vice President for Development.  In support of the Vice President, Mr. Hogan helped plan and execute a $150M campaign that raised $218M. 

After 12 years at West Point, Mr. Hogan moved his family to Indiana so his children could attend an exceptional high school, the Culver Academies.  As the Director of Development at the Culver Academies, Mr. Hogan led the Development team of 26 in a $200M campaign that raised $376M, the largest capital campaign in secondary school history at that time. 

Mr. Hogan has been an active member of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).  He served on the planning committee for two CASE District 5 Annual Conferences before being selected for the CASE District 5 Board of Trustees.   He served on this board from 2014 to 2017.  He has also been active supporting the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, and he was a founding officer and board member for the Army Football Club at West Point.

Mr. Hogan is married to Natalie Mooradian Hogan.  They have three young adult children: Lillian, Natalie and Joshua who are living and working in Indianapolis and Gary, Indiana.

Website:  pawsforpurplehearts.org


Guest Category: Business, Education, Health & Lifestyle, Military, News, Pets and Animals, Psychology, Self Help
Ken Taylor
Guest Occupation: Known as The Speed Dr., Sports Speed Coach, Author, former 85 Super Bowl XX Chicago Bears
Guest Biography:

Ken Taylor is a former professional football player (NFL) and world-class track athlete. He played Corner Back and Punt Returner for the 1985 Super Bowl Champion Chicago Bears and San Diego Chargers. During his years at Oregon State University he was an all PAC-10 selection for track and football in 1984.

Since retiring from pro football in 1988 he has become a student of the profession and has been working with motivated athletes for more than 20 years. His specific training services are for those players who want to improve themselves and to develop their athletic potential through speed, quickness, and athletic skill instruction.

Ken earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University where he concentrated on, Exercise and Sports Science, Exercise Physiology, and Biomechanical Movement. He has earned many awards including PAC-10 All-Academic Team 1982, 1983, and 1984 and was the PAC-10 Scholar-Athlete Medal Winner for 1984 representing track and football.

Since 1988 Ken has worked with more than 5,000 athletes. He is outstanding as a private coach and has intructed many camps large and small.  Executing drills are great but Ken goes deeper by specializing in helping the athlete understand his or her genetic potential through muscle physiology and movement biomechanics. Through experience he understands that it is not only important to be faster and stronger but to maximize your control as well.

Most clients are multi-sport athletes that participate in anaerobic and change-of-direction sports such as, soccer, football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, tennis, and track & field sprints and jumps. 

Additionally, Ken can personalize his trainings and work with you or your team on speed drills, agility workouts, running training and other speed workouts.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Kids & Family, Self Help, Sports & Recreation, Variety
Guest Occupation: Transformational coach
Guest Biography:

Prior to starting her own business, Janet had over 25 years of success in the corporate world in senior management, sales and personnel. She received official recognition for her performance and contribution from The Canadian diabetes Association, REALTY WORLD - Canada and Kelly Services. 

Janet is a graduate of Western University and has a unique blend of expertise with accreditations in Power Coaching ®, Performance Management Coaching, Coaching for Success, Retirement Options® pre-retirement coaching and is a Master Passion Map™Coach. She has worked with a diverse range of clients including corporate, entrepreneurial and private individuals.  Janet has authors several published articles and co-authored over 20 books, among which The Coaching Gurus, The Power of Transformation, Creating a Blueprint of Inner Change, Breaking Free: Overcoming Self Sabotage. She was the recipient of 2013 the Professional Woman Network Literary Award. 

Janet now works with /clients from all around the world, sharing her expertise through leadership training, customised programs, keynote presentations and coaching. She is passionate about helping individuals and organisations create permanent positive change and achieve the results hey desire. 

Guest Category: Business, Marketing, Management, Education, Courses & Training, Entertainment, Self Help, Society and Culture, Variety
Joe Louis Walker
Guest Occupation: Legendary Blues Guitarist-Singer-Songwriter-Producer
Guest Biography:

J  O  E

L  O  U  I  S

W  A  L  K  E  R



B L U E S   C O M I N'   O N

with all-star cast of musicians


Joe Louis Walker picked up the guitar as a child, and by the time he was 16, was an in-demand musician on the local club scene, regularly backing touring blues artists rolling through town. As a 16-year-old, he was the house guitarist at San Francisco’s famed musical playground, The Matrix, where he played with or opened shows for everyone from Lightnin’ Hopkins to Jimi Hendrix to Thelonious Monk. In addition to his work at The Matrix, he was a regular at Bill Graham’s famed Fillmore West. San Francisco’s music scene was quickly becoming a melting pot of blues, jazz and psychedelic rock, and Walker was right in the center of it. These ear-opening surroundings explain the ease with which Walker blends blues, rock, gospel, jazz and country, making it seem as if the walls between the genres never existed in the first place.

The blues legends Walker accompanied shared not only musical knowledge but also their personal wisdom with the teenage up-and-comer. Fred McDowell, Ike Turner, Albert King, Freddie King, Robert Jr. Lockwood, Lightnin’ Hopkins and many others taught, fed and chastised the youngster. Blues icon Willie Dixon told him to set his sights high. “What’s your style? You need your own sound,” Dixon preached. Walker took the advice to heart and developed his own fiery, melodic and always unpredictable guitar attack.

Walker met legendary guitarist Michael Bloomfield in 1968 and the two became fast friends. Bloomfield introduced Walker to many of the day’s top rockers, including Sly Stone, Carlos Santana, Steve Miller, Bob Weir (of the Grateful Dead), Jorma Kaukonen (of Jefferson Airplane) and even jazz legend Wayne Shorter. Bloomfield helped push Walker’s blues in a more rock-fueled direction, and he became the single biggest influence on the young Walker’s sound. The two shared an apartment for years and remained close friends until Bloomfield’s death in 1981.

Walker has released 24 albums and toured the world virtually non-stop. He has garnered four Blues Music Awards (and has been nominated a whopping 52 times) and holds an international reputation as one of the blues’ most prolific and talented stars. He’s also recorded as a guest with some of the blues world’s best-known artists, including appearances on Grammy-winning records by B.B. King and James Cotton.

His latest release is entitled BLUES COMIN' ON joined by a host of talented friends and peers on this superb studio album. Features guest performances by fellow blues icons Keb' Mo', Eric Gales, and Albert Lee plus Detroit soul singer Mitch Ryder, harmonica virtuoso Lee Oskar, Hot Tuna's Jorma Kaukonen, punk rock vocalist Charlie Harper, legendary session player Waddy Wachtel, and many others. This album explodes with the passionate playing and souful melodies that have made Walker a favorite among true blues aficionados including The Rolling Stones!  -Available at amazon.com


Purchase the new album





Soulful blues phenom, and Blues Hall Of Fame inductee, Joe Louis Walker is joined by a host of talented friends and peers on this superb studio album. Features guest performances by fellow blues icons Keb' Mo', Eric Gales, and Albert Lee plus Detroit soul singer Mitch Ryder, harmonica virtuoso Lee Oskar, Hot Tuna's Jorma Kaukonen, punk rock vocalist Charlie Harper, legendary session player Waddy Wachtel, and many others. This album explodes with the passionate playing and souful melodies that have made Walker a favorite among true blues aficionados including The Rolling Stones!

Available at amazon.com


For more information about Joe Louis Walker


Link to Facebook page:




Blues Comin' On (HighTone, 2020)

Everybody Wants a Piece (Provogue, 2015)

Hornet's Nest (Alligator Records, 2014)

Hellfire (Alligator Records, 2012)

Between A Rock and The Blues (Stony Plain Music, 2009)

Witness to the Blues (Stony Plain Music, 2008)

Playin' Dirty (JSP, 2006)

New Direction (Provogue, 2004)

Ridin' High (HighTone, 2003)

She's My Money Maker (JSP, 2002/03)

Guitar Brothers (JSP Records, 2002)

Pasa Tiempo (Evidence Music, 2002)

In the Morning (Telarc, 2002)

Silvertone Blues (Polydor/Polygram, 1999)

Preacher and the President (Polydor/Polygram, 1998)

Great Guitars (Polydor/Polygram, 1997)

Blues of the Month Club (Polydor/Polygram, 1995)

JLW (Polydor/Polygram, 1994)

Blues Survivor (Polydor/Polygram, 1993)

Live at Slim's, Volume Two (HighTone, 1992)

Live at Slim's, Volume One (HighTone, 1991)

Blue Soul (HighTone, 1989)

The Gift (HighTone, 1988)

Cold Is the Night (HighTone, 1986)


Live At 'On Broadway' (Blues Express, 2001)

Joe Louis Walker in Concert (inakustik, 2003)

Viva Las Vegas Live (DVD plus CD; Cleopatra Blues, 2019)

Guest Category: Arts, Entertainment, History, Music, TV & Film
Outrageous passion and success
Guest Occupation: Bestselling author and founder of Yes to Success Seminars
Guest Biography:

How would you like to meet someone who is traveling the world sharing the universal secrets of how to live a life of true and lasting success? My guest is Debra Poneman, bestselling author and founder of Yes to Success Seminars, who for over 40 years has shared her system, now used by tens of thousands of people globally, to create lives of success and prosperity, as well as deep happiness, self-love and lasting inner fulfillment.  Known as the mentor to the mentors, Debra’s students have applied her teachings to become mega-successful entrepreneurs, renowned transformational leaders, NY Times bestselling authors, millionaires, billionaires—and powerful world-changers.  Debra feels her greatest accomplishment is not just that she’s taught so many people how to live their dreams but also how to look in the mirror and love the person they see.

Guest Category: Arts, Business, Education, Entertainment, Health & Lifestyle, Physics & Metaphysics, Psychology, Self Help, Spiritual
Aly Conyers
Guest Occupation: Teen Protestor
Guest Biography:

Aly Conyers is a 17-year-old student who attends a private high school in South Carolina. A three time all-American sprinter, Aly was supposed to spend this summer competing at track and field events. Instead, she is leading student protests to the White House and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. monument. 

Aly grew up surrounded by officers in uniform. Her father was in the Army, and her family has lived on military bases in Toronto, Seoul and Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. She has been raised with deep respect for the military, but also with an understanding of racial injustice in the world. 

Her father encouraged her to read James Baldwin and Malcolm X from a young age. She vividly remembers her first protest: She was about 11, on vacation in Chicago, when her family decided to join a Black Lives Matter march. And now, Aly is leading marches in Washington, DC.

Aly created a group with her older brother Ace Conyers and a friend called Faces of the Future, hoping to get other teenagers more involved beyond the protests in DC. 

Guest Category: History, Kids & Family, Politics & Government, Self Help, Society and Culture, Variety
Kelvin H. Chin
Guest Occupation: Life After Life Expert, Stress Management & Meditation Teacher, Certified Grief Recovery Specialist
Guest Biography:


Life After Life Expert
Stress Management & Meditation Teacher

Kelvin Chin is Executive Director & Founder of the “Turning Within” Meditation and Overcoming the Fear of Death Foundations. He is an internationally-recognized meditation teacher featured in Business Insider, Newsweek, Kaiser Health News, and has taught meditation at West Point and in the U.S. Army, including on the DMZ in Korea.

Kelvin is also the author of the best-selling Overcoming the Fear of Death: Through Each of the 4 Main Belief Systems — a nonreligious approach to the 4 Beliefs that underlie all religious and cultural beliefs. He has had many experiences “piercing the veil” over the past 35 years, and his past life memories reach back 6,000 years. He teaches a regular Zoom series on “Afterlife and Reincarnation Experiences.”

Kelvin has been meditating for 50 years, and has taught meditation for 47 years to thousands from age 4-94 worldwide via videoconference, phone, and in-person. His students have included U.S. service members, veterans, Iraq War contractors, and Gold Star families, as well as Buddhist monks, Christian clergy, business executives, healthcare workers, and children. He regularly helps clients with PTSD, anxiety, depression and sleep disorders, especially those who have lost loved ones.

Kelvin teaches a meditation technique that is easy and effortless. There is no concentration, no focus, no trying, and no control of the mind needed. There is no need to ‘clear the mind of thoughts.’ In fact, the technique works even if the mind is filled with thoughts. It is practiced twice daily for 10-15 minutes.

Kelvin is a featured speaker at conferences worldwide and has spoken at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, universities including Yale, Dartmouth, and healthcare firms across the U.S.

He is a graduate of Dartmouth, Yale and Boston College Law, has lived in 7 countries, and worked with people from 41 countries. He resides in Los Angeles, California.


Follow me on:

Facebook: kelvin.chin1
Twitter: @KelvinHChin
Instagram: @kelvin.h.chin
Guest Category: Education, Health & Lifestyle, Kids & Family, News, Philosophy, Mental Health, Personal Development, Self Help, Society and Culture
Guest Occupation: Blues Singer and Daughter of Legend B.B.King
Guest Biography:

S  H  I  R  L  E  Y   K  I  N  G



B. B. K I N G


'B L U E S  F O R  A  K I N G'


Born and raised in West Memphis, Arkansas, Shirley began singing in the church choir at age nine. When she was thirteen, she met another music legend – Etta James. 

Young Shirley was so impressed by Etta’s performance that she made Etta her musical role model. Ruth Brown and the late Mahalia Jackson also greatly influenced the fledgling singer.
Shirley says, “I grew up around the stage watching my dad become famous, but I never imagined I’d become a blues singer too.” 

Ms. King came late to the blues, first trying it on in 1990. Within six months, she was a regular performer at famed Chicago blues club Kingston Mines. Two years later she released her first CD, “Jump Through My Keyhole.” 

In 1999, Shirley released her highly acclaimed blues album, “Daughter of the Blues,” which featured her soulful, bluesy versions of classics like Wang Dang Doodle, Sweet Home Chicago, Every Day I Have the Blues and, fittingly, The Thrill is Gone.

Once her father caught her act he lent his full support to Shirley’s efforts at carving out her own career.  She admits that having a legendary father helped open some doors for her, but it was her talent, charisma and high-energy stage presence, along with her big, beautiful singing voice, that put her on the musical map.  

From traditional blues to gospel to funky R&B to smooth soul, Shirley defies genre and her singing and stage antics never fails to excite her growing number of fans worldwide. 

Shirley also believes in giving back. She has also worked with kids as an artist-in-residence with the highly acclaimed Urban Gateways Arts in the Schools Program at Chicago Public Schools and continues to expose school children to the history blues has played in American culture. 

Shirley also published her memoirs in 2017 entitled Love is King, which is dedicated to her father and goes into detail about her life with her dad, to whom she was very close. 

Blues Hall of Fame guitarist Joe Louis Walker, who guests on two tracks on the new album, said, “I’ve had the honor of performing on two B.B. King albums.  Now I have the distinct honor and pleasure of playing on his daughter’s album, Shirley King, who is also my dear friend.  Keep the thrill goin’ on Shirley….”

With her powerful voice and outgoing personality, Shirley always rocks the house whether it’s on an international stage, a festival or a nightclub.  

She’s ready to bust out bigger than ever on her own in a way that would make her daddy proud.  Make sure to come along for the ride.

 Purchase the brand-new release





Recorded in Chicago, the album features an amazing array of guests including Steve Cropper, Elvin Bishop, Harvey Mandel, Robben Ford, Junior Wells, Martin Barre, Duke Robillard, Joe Louis Walker, Arthur Adams, Kirk Fletcher and Pat Travers, all of who wanted to pay their musical respects to this talented daughter of blues royalty.

Available at amazon.com


For more information about Shirley King


Shirley King Facebook page:


B.B. King official website:


Guest Category: Arts, Entertainment, History, Music, News, TV & Film
Ronda Kennedy
Guest Occupation: Attorney, Conservative African American, congressional candidate
Guest Biography:

Attorney, conservative African American and congressional candidate Ronda Kennedy

Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy, the 2018 Republican nominee for California State Assembly in the 44th district and attorney launched her Congressional campaign this month in California’s 26th Congressional District. Kennedy is a resident of Oak Park where she runs a private law firm specializing in immigration, discrimination cases, family law, criminal defense, and personal injury and raises triplets with her husband, Michael.

I am a wife and working mom who still believes in all of the potential that America has to offer, which is why I decided to say yes when I was asked to run for Congress.


As an attorney and small business owner I’ve seen the effects of too many regulations and taxes that are too high.  California is becoming unaffordable for working families and that is making it impossible for our children to be able to plan a future here.

I am currently a practicing lawyer in Ventura County as well as the Dean of a California law school. I live in Oak Park with my husband Michael and our six-year-old triplets, Annabel, Bianca, and Liam.


Guest Category: Business, Legal, Kids & Family, News, Philosophy, Politics & Government, Society and Culture
Neal Smith
Guest Occupation: Legendary Drummer with The Alice Cooper Group
Guest Biography:

N   E  A   L

S   M   I   T   H


A L I C E  C O O P E R  G R O U P





Legendary Alice Cooper Group drummer Neal Smith released a new album on June 1st, 2020. Neal’s new Retro Pop album is titled “POP 85/95” signifying the music style and time period in which Neal wrote these songs between 1985 and 1995.The songs and album concept are totally sexy and politically incorrect. Neal’s “POP 85/95” songs represent all aspects of relationships, falling in and out of love in a simpler bygone era before Coronavirus, politically correctness and the new world disorder.

With the onslaught of glam hair bands and heavily homogenized rock of the 1980’s, Neal Smith, Hall of Fame Drummer and founding member of the original Alice Cooper Group, was looking for a new direction for his songwriting. Inspired by another drummer, songwriter, singer Phil Collins, Neal turned from writing hard rock to a slicker, more pop rock songwriting style. In the late 1980’s he took four of his new songs into the studio and recorded them. One of the songs “Secret Eyes” helped land a recording deal with newly formed record company called Grudge Records. Along with Dennis Dunaway (Alice Cooper fame), Joe Bouchard (Blue Oyster Cult fame), Charlie Hune (Ted Nugent fame) and lead guitarist Jay Jesse Johnson (also known as “Triple J”), a new band called “Deadringer” was formed and signed by Grudge Records. Deadringer recorded an album in 1989 called “Electrocution Of The Heart” featuring the single “Secret Eyes.” The album and Deadringer were all short lived after Grudge Records quick demise. After Deadringer and well into the 1990’s, Neal continued writing songs with Jay Jesse Johnson (“Triple J”) in this pop rock style.

Decades later, well into the New Millennium, Neal was searching through his archives of music and found those songs that he composed and recorded with ‘Triple J” between the years of 1985 and 1995. Inspired by “Triple J’s” amazing lead guitar work, Neal polished the songs and brought them back to life with the help of two of his best friends, Peter Catucci (bass guitar of Killsmith) and Rick Tedesco (guitarist/engineer). Now, much to the excitement of his fans worldwide, Neal Smith’s “POP 85/95” is available digitally and on CD!


To purchase: The New Album of Retro Pop Songs

"POP 85/95"

by Neal Smith


For more information about Neal Smith


Guest Category: Arts, Entertainment, Music, News, TV & Film
Dr. Marc Legere
Guest Occupation: Chiropractic Physician, On Air guest, Author & Neuromuscular Specialist for Pro & Olympic athletes.
Guest Biography:

Dr. Marc Legere is recognized as a worldwide leader in athletic and neuromuscular injury prevention and repair. Dr. Legere has studied alongside pioneer physicians with a variety of medical specialties through which he developed a truly unique diagnosis and treatment program. This one of a kind method allows his patients, who are comprised of NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, European Premier League soccer, Olympic and collegiate athletes, and those simply looking to maximize performance, to recover in a significantly expedited manner.

By utilizing his proprietary treatment methods, Dr. Legere is able to provide his patients with immediate and long lasting results. Rather than simply focusing on the presenting physical symptoms, he determines the principal cause of the problem, which often times goes undiagnosed.

Dr. Legere recognizes that in some cases a patient may need a more invasive treatment method. In those instances, he has strong working relationships with the top surgeons for each potential physical injury. By working in conjunction with prominent medical professionals, Dr. Legere is able to provide his patients with a truly multi-disciplinary approach to physical health.

Guest Category: Kids & Family, Medicine, Self Help, Variety
Kathy Barnette
Guest Occupation: Conservative, Black, mother, wife veteran, former adjunct Professor of Corporate Finance, conference speaker, Conservative political commentator
Guest Biography:

Kathy Barnette is a conservative, Black, mother, and wife. She is a veteran, a former adjunct Professor of Corporate Finance, a conference speaker, and a Conservative political commentator. She served her country proudly for ten years in the Armed Forces Reserves, where she was accepted into Officer Candidacy School. Her corporate career includes working with two major financial institutions and in corporate America. Kathy sat on the Board of a pregnancy crisis center for five years. 




AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHOR: Kathy Barnette, author of Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain: Being Black and Conservative in America. Kathy is also currently running for U.S. Congress in the 4th District of Pennsylvania.

Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets across America again Sunday, with peaceful demonstrations against police killings of black people overshadowed by unrest that quickly ravaged parts of cities from Pennsylvania to California.

City and state officials had deployed thousands of National Guard soldiers, enacted strict curfews and shut down mass transit systems, but that did little to stop many cities from again erupting into unrest.

Protesters in Philadelphia hurled rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, officials said, while masked crowds broke into upscale stores in a San Francisco suburb, fleeing with bags of merchandise. In Minneapolis, a truck driver drove into a massive crowd of demonstrators nearly a week after the death of George Floyd, a black man who pleaded for air as an officer pressed a knee into his neck.

Conservative political commentator Kathy Barnette shares how liberal leadership has failed the black community and how being a democrat is not synonymous with your skin color. 
During his first historic run for the presidency in 2016, Donald Trump made an impassioned plea to the black community. "Give me a chance," he said. "What the hell do you have to lose?" 
According to Kathy Barnette, black Americans have nothing to lose, except for crime ridden communities, neighborhoods that have become shooting galleries, more social welfare programs, and the mocking indifference of the Democrat party. Barnette argues that even a cursory look into the black community reveals the destabilizing effect liberal policies have had on the black family. 
There was a time when Barnette bought into the same lie as everyone else-that if you're black, you must be a democrat. In fact, she was born into the Democrat party just as much as she was born into brown skin. There was no point of separation. Until she began to understand what it truly means to be black in America. Barnette contends that being black is more than just the color of her skin. It's a culture and a consciousness, too. 
In NOTHING TO LOSE, EVERYTHING TO GAIN, Barnette writes about why liberal policies have failed the black community time and time again - and will fail the larger American community as Democrats rush to the hard Left of the party. From the "Great Society" to Kanye West's ongoing war with the liberal establishment, this book provides sharp, eloquent commentary on the most pressing issues facing black Americans today: broken family structure, loss of identity, the legacy of slavery, and more.
Barnette argues that President Trump has not been willing to presume that the "black vote" is a foregone conclusion resting comfortably in the back pockets of Democrats. With his plainspoken style and willingness to face harsh truths, the president has done more for the black community than any president since Abraham Lincoln. Barnette insists the time is now to get back what has been lost, to fix the brokenness, and to recognize and support those who are actually working in our favor. 
We have nothing to lose, and even more to gain.
Guest Category: Military, News, Politics & Government, Society and Culture
Guest Occupation: Board Certified Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (FL), Qualified Clinical Supervisor (FL), and Florida Behavioral Health Case Manager Supervisor
Guest Biography:

Dr. Letitia Browne-James found and owns Victorious Living Counseling & Consulting, LLC. She is a Board Certified Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (FL), Qualified Clinical Supervisor (FL), and Florida Behavioral Health Case Manager Supervisor with over ten years of experience working with adults, children, families, and couples in many clinical settings as a counselor and administrator. She is a Counselor Educator and Supervisor serving as a Core Faculty Member at Adler Graduate School in Minneapolis, MN, and Adjunct Faculty at Stetson University in Deland, Florida. She is a sought-after speaker and consultant for issues in mental health, teaching, clinical and administrative supervision, multiculturalism, social justice, advocacy, ethical practices, human trafficking, the intersections of mental and physical health issues, and many other topics. 

Dr. Browne-James is the President of the Florida Counseling Association, Treasurer of the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development, and a Past President of the Florida Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development. She is also a member of the National Board for Certified Counselors, American Counseling Association, Florida Counseling Association, Central Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and Orange County Chapters of the NAACP and BCU’s National Alumni Associations. She also serves as a non-physician Board Member on the American Board of Internal Medicine Specialty Board.

Guest Category: Mental Health, Personal Development
Guest Occupation: Nationally Certified Counselor, Certified Leadership Coach, Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Guest Biography:

Dwight Bain is a trusted media source, having been quoted by and featured in the Washington Post, New York Times, Orlando Sentinel, and radio and television stations across the major networks. Dwight has challenged thousands of audiences to create positive change in organizations like Toyota, Advent Health, the US Army, and many more. His skill as a communicator led to being selected as the best public speaker in Florida 3 years in a row by Toastmasters International.  He is a best-selling author on the subject of creating change through his books, blogs, “Chicken Soup for the Soul” stories as well as being quoted in over 20 books. 

Dwight is a lifelong resident of Orlando where he lives with his wife of 30 years. His purpose is to help leaders and organizations in rewriting their story through strategic change.


Guest Category: Psychology, Mental Health, Personal Development