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Van Stone COLOMBIA, moda y belleza MODELO DE ALIMENTACIÓN: CHARITO MARIN Vanstone

Van Stone COLOMBIA, moda y belleza MODELO DE ALIMENTACIÓN: CHARITO MARIN Vanstone
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VAN STONE UNITED STATES, FASHION AND BEAUTY POWER MODEL: CRYSTAL RIVERS

VAN STONE UNITED STATES, FASHION AND BEAUTY POWER MODEL: CRYSTAL RIVERS
Newspaper Billboard: Above- 1 original lady who is a Van Stone Fashion and Beauty Collection Power Model. United States - Out On The Town Wear. In the image is Crystal Rivers! She is Van Stone's Selected Princess Model out and about traveling the town scene showing women how to dress for the fun and fantastic occasion- whatever it is. Follow the beautiful women of Color as she share with you the Van Stone look- From Bold Colors and Prints to Cool Jewels! Apparel, Accessories & Jewelry Trends. Also, look for her on the Power WVSR 1360.us Radio Station Webpage. Show Your Care By Listening To The Internet Radio Station. It's Philly Internet Radio. (Fashion, Fitness, Lingerie, Makeup, and more) and mentoring services? Family modeling. Let's bring out the best of you in front of the camera! Click on the Magazine Cover Image to complete the member and contact interest form.

Nina Mansi's New Top Model Team

Nina Mansi's New Top Model Team
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Promotion And Prevention In Mental Health; And Awareness Using Modeling And Photography

Promotion And Prevention In Mental Health; And Awareness Using Modeling And Photography
Support Mental Health Awareness. There is Recovery. Promote mental well-being, prevent mental disorders, provide care, enhance recovery, promote human rights and reduce the mortality, morbidity and disability for persons with mental disorders. Find it easier to access mental health and social care services with VSP Foundation. Click on the poster to go to the VSP member page.

Promotion And Prevention In Mental Health; And Awareness Using Modeling And Photography

Promotion And Prevention In Mental Health; And Awareness Using Modeling And Photography
Support Mental Health Awareness. There is Recovery. Promote mental well-being, prevent mental disorders, provide care, enhance recovery, promote human rights and reduce the mortality, morbidity and disability for persons with mental disorders. Find it easier to access mental health and social care services with VSP Foundation. Click on the poster to go to the VSP member page.

BOB CONGA, MUSICIAN, RADIO PERSONALITY: MAKING A DIFFERENCE RADIO SHOW SEGMENT

BOB CONGA, MUSICIAN, RADIO PERSONALITY & ANDREW MOUNT, MUSICIAN, RADIO PERSONALITY:

THE BLACK-AMERICAN AND USA-WOMAN, MAGAZINE COVER ICON MODEL: COLLECTION BY VAN STONE MAGAZINES

THE BLACK-AMERICAN AND USA-WOMAN, MAGAZINE COVER ICON MODEL:  COLLECTION BY VAN STONE MAGAZINES
Models Interested in Fashion, Fitness, Lingerie, Makeup, and more with Van Stone's magazines? Click on the Late Great Model and Songstress Phyllis Hyman Image to complete the member and contact interest form.

Meet The Van Stone Beauty Collection Models

Meet The Van Stone Beauty Collection Models
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THE USA-WOMAN, MAGAZINE COVER MODEL BY VAN STONE MAGAZINES

THE USA-WOMAN, MAGAZINE COVER MODEL BY VAN STONE MAGAZINES
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WOMEN OF COLOR, MAGAZINE COVER MODEL: COLLECTION BY VAN STONE MAGAZINES

WOMEN OF COLOR, MAGAZINE COVER MODEL:   COLLECTION BY VAN STONE MAGAZINES
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LATIN AMERICA VAN STONE

LATIN AMERICA VAN STONE
Philadelphia Front Page News-Magazine and Media Key 307 Magazine Fashion and Beauty Collection

Van Stone's Philly Funk Radio Scope

Music Legends With Lamont Nelson

Photography and Poetry with Joel Perlish

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VAN STONE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC & USA:

VAN STONE: BEST, NATURALLY YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION

VAN STONE: BEST, NATURALLY YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL  COLLECTION
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PHILADELPHIA FRONT PAGE NEWS-MAGAZINE AND MEDIA KEY 307 MAGAZINES BY VAN STONE

PHILADELPHIA FRONT PAGE NEWS-MAGAZINE AND MEDIA KEY 307 MAGAZINES BY VAN STONE, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AND USA

In the Philadelphia Front Page News magazine and/or Media Key 307 magazine by Van Stone, all Fashion and Beauty Collection second issues are simply “Making the Cover” images. PFNM and MK 307 will introduce high end fashion models (amateurs and professionals), accessories, and art at its top, hottest, flawless, and sexiest. Featured in special issues are some of the most amazing models who wear jewelry by brand designers from The Dominican Republic to USA, (Latin America and America) award winning artists and much more. With some of the most popular models, fashion and products on today's market, we are sure to amaze our Family audience. Our deepest desire is to meet the many diverse needs of our clientele and model-family community, and we are doing so via the fashion model.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Inc., PFN and MK 307 Magazine continues to rank among the top of an elite society of modeling, fashion, beauty, editorial, and non-commercial publishing. We provide models to support advertiser products such as cars, sports, real estate, amongst other businesses. We bring you Makeup Modeling Extravaganza due to the high demand for quality online & print magazines. We have 190,000 daily online readers who enjoy our increasingly impressive material on each page. The pages contain a mixture of models, news, video, makeup, and fashion and beauty collection with our classic family modeling magazine covers and advertising.

VAN STONE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, SOUTHEAST ASIA, AND USA FASHION AND BEAUTY MODELS

VAN STONE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, SOUTHEAST ASIA, AND USA FASHION AND BEAUTY MODELS
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POWER WVSR ON-AIR CAR NEWS-4-YOU: MAKING THE ON AIR COMMUNITY CAR MANUFACTURER MODELS NEWS LIST

POWER WVSR ON-AIR CAR NEWS-4-YOU:  MAKING THE ON AIR COMMUNITY CAR MANUFACTURER MODELS NEWS  LIST
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Meet the Van Stone Fashion and Beauty Collection Models

By day, Ade works in marketing for an agency where she helps newly launched lifestyles for fashion and learning groups on the Philadelphia Area’s fashion and technology landscape succeed. She has been longtime exclusively devoted to independent fashion gear, retailers and events.

By day, Bunchie works in the Styling Coordinator and Freelance Fashion Designer business where she helps drive traffic to 10+ entertainments, fashion, and sports online sites in Philadelphia. She has been sharing fashion wear, styling and fashion coloring learning for the last 10 years. Bunchie’s expertise helps her in eyeing tailoring, dressmaking, knitwear, leatherwear, and accessories.

By day, Tracia works in the Fashion Products business and has been a part of the team, advising on all things fashion, in the Philadelphia area. She shares her experience and eye for detail allowing her to identify which talented designers to collaborate with, and how to take their ideas and translate them into great wear.

Join them in their personal drive for Top Fashion and Beauty statements out on the town.

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POWER WVSR 1360 “TAKE TIME FOR WINNERS IN ANY COMMUNITY!”

POWER WVSR 1360 -FRESH ANOINTING CHRISTIAN CENTER PRESENTS: BOB CONGA AND THE MEN

FRESH ANOINTING CHRISTIAN CENTER PRESENTS: PART 1 BOB CONGA AND THE MEN MARCHING FOR JESUS MARCH.

POWER WVSR 1360 -FRESH ANOINTING CHRISTIAN CENTER PRESENTS: BOB CONGA AND THE MEN

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Friday, March 27, 2015

Radnor Police Collect Toys For Son Of Fallen Philadelphia Sergeant Wilson

Radnor Police Collect Toys For Son Of Fallen Philadelphia Sergeant Wilson


(credit: CBS3)

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s been three weeks since Philadelphia Police Sergeant Robert Wilson III was killed in a gun battle in a GameStop store in North Philadelphia.

His death left behind two young sons.

Today, we hear from one of them as some fellow boys in blue help in the family’s healing process.
With his father’s signature smile, the 10-year-old son of the son of Sergeant Wilson spent Friday opening gift after gift.

For full story go to:  http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/

University of Oklahoma unveils racist chant probe findings

University of Oklahoma unveils racist chant probe findings 
  
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- Members of a University of Oklahoma fraternity apparently learned a racist chant that recently got their chapter disbanded during a national leadership cruise four years ago that was sponsored by the fraternity's national administration, the university's president said Friday.

President David Boren said the school interviewed more than 160 people during its investigation into members of its now-defunct Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter who were captured on video taking part in the chant, which included references to lynching, a racial slur and the promise that the fraternity would never accept a black member.

"That chant was learned and brought back to the local chapter," Boren said at a news conference in which he disclosed the school investigation's findings. "Over time, the chant was formalized by the local chapter and was taught to pledges as part of the formal and informal pledgeship process."

A statement released Friday by the Evanston, Illinois-based national Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity said its own investigation is ongoing but confirmed the chant likely was shared during its annual six-day retreat. SAE's Executive Director Blaine Ayers said in the statement he believes some members shared the chant during an informal "social gathering" outside of the normal slate of classes, seminars and other educational functions.

"But our investigation to date shows no evidence the song was widely shared across the broader organization," Ayers said.

Boren said about 25 members of the school's SAE chapter will face punishment ranging from two expulsions the school announced previously to mandatory community service and cultural sensitivity training. The video, which surfaced earlier this month, showed fraternity members yelling the chant on a chartered bus while headed to a formal event at an Oklahoma City country club with their dates, Boren said.

Boren said the investigation found alcohol was "readily available" at the fraternity house before the start of the event, and that about a dozen high school students whom he described as "potential recruits" were also on the bus.

Beginning in the fall, Boren said all current and future OU students will be required to take diversity training.

After the video surfaced, Boren immediately severed ties with the local chapter, shuttered the fraternity house and expelled two members who led the chant.

One of those students, Levi Pettit, publicly apologized at a news conference Wednesday in which he was flanked by black community leaders. Pettit, who is from the Dallas enclave of Highland Park, answered a few questions from reporters but declined to say who taught him the chant.

"The truth is what was said in that chant is disgusting ... and after meeting with these people I've learned these words should never be repeated," Pettit said.

A second student from the Dallas area, Parker Rice, also issued a statement apologizing for his role in the chant.

Isaac Hill, the president of the university's Black Student Association, met earlier Friday with Boren and seven student leaders from the defunct OU chapter, along with some student athletes and members of historically black fraternities. Hill, a junior from Midwest City, said each of the fraternity members apologized personally for their role in the chant.

"I believe the students were very sincere in their apologies, and we are all good with that," Hill said.

Also on Friday, Boren sent a letter to Ayers asking the national fraternity director what steps he was taking to investigate the origin of the chant. In the letter, Boren wrote that while there is no indication the chant was part of the formal teaching of the national organization, "it does appear that the chant was widely known and informally shared amongst members on the leadership cruise."

SAE's national leadership disbanded the OU chapter in the wake of the incident and announced it was taking steps to become more inclusive, including requiring all of its members, nationwide, to go through diversity training and by setting up a confidential hotline for people to report inappropriate behavior.

SAE began collecting racial and ethnic data in 2013. Approximately 3 percent of SAE's reporting members identified as African-American and 20 percent identified as non-white, according to Ayers.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

"Nina Milano Top Ten Music Picks" radio show announced as host, new time and studio Show expands modeling and music play footprint on POWRWVSR 1360.US WVSR 1360.1 Van Stone Philadelphia radio

"Nina Milano Top Ten Music Picks" radio show announced as host, new time and studio Show expands modeling and music play footprint on POWRWVSR 1360.US WVSR 1360.1 Van Stone Philadelphia radio













The Power WVSR 1360.1 Broadcasting's POWERWVSR1360.US WVSR VAN STONE RADIO announced today that "Nina Milano Top Ten Music Picks, driven by Puerto Rican-American and Black American entertainment collaboration host Nina Milano, Model/Instructor/Choreographer will be joined by national talk/music radio host Van Stone.

In addition, the show will be in a new time spot in the lineup and will now air live every week- time to be determined (ET).

Beginning next week, Nina Milano will originate her top music artist selection from a remote radio studio in the Delaware County, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania area. In addition to Milano, Philly Funk Radio DJ Skillz host at www.wpir.us and open call in guest host invited by Nina Milano will join the show as a contributing host, and will appear in-studio regularly throughout the year. Both English Language and Spanish Language music lovers will hear Milano’s top ten music picks from her personal model music vault. 

"We're absolutely thrilled to launch this new show with national-level talent," said POWER WVSR 13601 founder Van Stone. "The expanded format gives us more opportunities to engage our fans year-round, including interactive segments such as fan phone calls. We also can better keep our fans informed from Philly, Delco, Miami, Florida, California, and overseas in Latin America, especially the Dominican Republic including the Eastern World such as Southeast Asia.  It's unique because Nina Milano originates from the heart our brand of music play as well as talk. Plus, this is a significant piece of our new outreach supporting Black Women…

Van Stone Student News- Real Black History. Uplifting Fallen Humanity with Music; the Key to Unity!  A Power WVSR 1360.1 Community Outreach Project Sponsored by Friends for Peace and Health!

Earlier this year, Nina Milano announced a long-term partnership in which her music lover style will be broadcast on POWERWVSR1360.US WVSR Van Stone Radio. The partnership also encompasses over 190,000 music listeners enjoying Van Stone programming.

"I'm confident fans will appreciate what Nina Milano and her pool of talented modeling and photographer friends, and family will bring to the table every week, and we, the radio team, look forward to making sure Milano is a big part of our lineup year-round.  Without the Black Intelligent Woman, the modern Black Woman where would the Black family be? "

POWER WVSR 1360.1 fans may remember Nina Milano from facebook page, as she previously appeared independently in modeling presentations featuring fashion, fitness, lingerie, makeup and political images supporting Peace! Say No to Violence. Say No to Abuse. Say No to What’s Unhealthy. For more info about Nina Milano and her work contact her at msninamilano@yahoo.com or visit the powerwvsr1360.us webpage and click on her image.

VAN STONE'S MENTAL HEATH WATCH: THE NINA MILANO MODEL WALK. HELPING TO FIGHT MENTAL ILLNESS

VAN STONE'S MENTAL HEATH WATCH: THE NINA MILANO MODEL WALK. HELPING TO FIGHT MENTAL ILLNESS






















 

Benefiting the Van Stone Productions Foundation with Nina Milano, Model/Instructor, as an official spokesperson for MH/MR Awareness with Van Stone.

Go to www.powerwvsr1360.us. Look for the Nina Milano Model image at the top left of the website.
Or contact Nina Milano at msninamilano@yahoo.com.

Through the field of modeling please support Van Stone and Nina Milano envisions a world in which mental illnesses are prevented and cured.

To inspire and support research that will continue to make a difference for those living with mental illness, and ultimately promote recovery, the Van Stone Foundation must seek your help to foster innovative thinking and ensure that a full array of novel scientific perspectives are used to further discovery in the evolving science of brain, behavior, and experience. In this way, breakthroughs in science can become breakthroughs for all people with mental illnesses.

Thank you for transforming lives and creating lasting impact in Education, Income and Health in your community. Click on the Nina Milano image to go to the donation page.

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Down to 16 teams, NCAA Tournament still has a lot to watch

Down to 16 teams, NCAA Tournament still has a lot to watch 

AP Photo
Kentucky head coach John Calipari shouts instructions to his team during the second half of an NCAA tournament college basketball game in Louisville, Ky., Saturday, March 21, 2015. Kentucky won 64-51.


It's the Sweet 16 - the second week of the NCAA Tournament - and that means bragging rights for college basketball programs.

Check the cover of media guides or banners adorning arenas. They always start with Sweet 16 appearances. No bragging about the first weekend. Playing this week means you had two good wins and you are just two wins from the Final Four.

The story of the tournament has been Kentucky's pursuit of a perfect season. Everyone's playing in that shadow. The Wildcats improved to 36-0 - the best start to a season for any team - and they're trying for 40-0. That would be the first undefeated season by a national champion since Indiana in 1976.

The East Region changed dramatically entering the Sweet 16 with top seeds Villanova and Virginia ousted. It's only the eighth time that the top two teams from one region failed to advance to the second week. The last time that happened was in 2004.

The Atlantic Coast Conference and Pac-12 entered the round of 32 as the only leagues with three or more teams not to lose a game. Virginia's loss to Michigan State was the ACC's first after a 9-0 start, and Oregon faced Wisconsin with a chance to make the Pac-12 8-0.

Here are some storylines to watch as the Sweet 16 approaches:
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UCLA'S RUN: The Bruins were the at-large team complained about the most on Selection Sunday. Wins over SMU and UAB have the 11th-seeded Bruins in the Sweet 16 for the second straight year, the first time they have done that since reaching the Final Four in three straight seasons between 2006 and 2008.
"The selection committee thought we were good enough to play in this tournament, and I think we proved it," forward Tony Parker said.
They will face the winner of the Gonzaga-Iowa game in the Sweet 16.
"There's no better time to do that than March," UCLA coach Steve Alford said.
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OLD TEAMS: Arizona coach Sean Miller will face his former school, Xavier, in the Sweet 16. Miller has taken the second-seeded Wildcats to the regional semifinals for the third straight year.
Now, he will face the sixth-seeded Musketeers, whom he coached from 2004-2009. Xavier reached the Elite Eight in 2008 under Miller and the Musketeers were in the Sweet 16 the next year.
Chris Mack succeeded Miller at Xavier when he left for Arizona.
"As far as playing Sean, it's really tough," Mack said. "I recruited all these guys that play for me. But Sean gave me a heck of an opportunity to come back to my alma mater. He put a lot of responsibility and trust in me. He ultimately really pushed for me to become the head coach, and for that I'm eternally grateful. It's hard to play against one of your best friends in the business. But it really won't matter to our guys, nor will it matter to Arizona, because they don't know me from a bucket of paint."
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SPARTY'S PARTY: Michigan State under Tom Izzo has become as familiar in the Sweet 16 as the guys in a school band wearing enough face paint to cover a garage.
The Spartans have reached the regional semifinals for the seventh time in the last eight years. They will face the Oklahoma-Dayton winner in Syracuse, New York.
Izzo has a 13-1 record in games in the round of 32. He was surprised a bit that this team won its second game to move on.
"We've been a team all year that has banged around, probably lost more games than we should have just because of the free throw situation or dumb coaching with 2, 3 seconds left to go in the game and people hitting 3s and tying it," Izzo said. "But I think we've had to earn every single thing we've gotten because every game's been like that. So I think they felt comfortable in a game because that's the way not their whole tournament has gone or the Big Ten Tournament, their whole season has gone that way. I'm really proud of this team. I don't use that word lightly when I speak and I am."
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IRISH ALIVE: For the first time in 12 years Notre Dame is in the Sweet 16 and the Fighting Irish moved on with an overtime win over Butler. Steve Vasturia had 20 points for the third-seeded Irish, who face the winner of the Kansas-Wichita State game in the Midwest Regional in Cleveland.
"It's a great feeling. We're playing really well right now," Vasturia said. "We made big plays down the stretch, and we've been doing that all year, getting big defensive stops, hitting shots. So it's a great feeling. We're playing with a lot of confidence right now so we want to keep it rolling."
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KENTUCKY'S CHASE: The top-ranked Wildcats showed in the round of 32 why they are the even-money favorite to win the whole thing.
In their win over Cincinnati, the Wildcats shot just 37 percent and were outrebounded 45-38. There really wasn't a point in the game when Kentucky felt threatened about its winning streak and the 64-51 win was the Wildcats' 29th of 36 by at least 10 points.
"I always like it when my team shoots 37, 36, 35 percent and wins in double digits," Kentucky coach John Calipari said. "It shows them they don't have to make shots to win. You can miss them all. No, you can't miss them all. You can miss most of them, and you can still win games if you defend, you rebound and you play that way, make your free throws, and they did."


Saturday, March 21, 2015

Rob Albright, Welcomed As Intern Station Promotions Director At POWER WVSR 1360.1 Radio Station by Mary A. Jones frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267) 293-9201

Rob Albright, Welcomed As Intern Station Promotions Director At POWWER WVSR 1360.1 Radio Station by Mary A. Jones frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267) 293-9201

















POWER WVSR 1360.1, Internet Radio, AM/FM at www.powerwvsr1360.us has launched several spring music projects reaching out to independent artist in the Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey State areas. Because of such a wide range of entertainment genre involving media such as music, modeling, and graffiti art professionals who are shying away from commercial broadcasting moving toward noncommercial broadcasting which recently seem to have more to offer Power WVSR 1360.1 has brought in a special intern to become its Radio Station Promotions Director helping to carry the much expected work load.
Rob Albright, of the Philadelphia, PA area has become Radio Promotions Director at POWER WVSR 1360.1. 

Rob Albright will lead project support for the radio promotion division of the power wvsr 1360 national and international media department.  As radio promotions director Albright will monitor the coordination of all aspects of radio promotional campaigns as well as live broadcast remotes and DJ press junkets for the station.

An experienced professional musician and vocalist himself, Rob Albright will discuss radio implementation and execute procedures to maintain, efficient tracking of radio promotion materials including station agreements, winner releases, MP3 air checks and notarized recaps.

Albright, who has years of field experiences dealing  with concerts and performances directly with amateur and professional music vocalist, instrument musicians, mc’s modeling, and community affairs was introduced to power was volunteers as someone who works closely with the operations director in establishing procedures to enhance and streamline the process of archiving promotional elements.

As Promotions Director, Rob Albright will help strengthen community activities for the nonprofit radio station contributing brainstorming process relating to creative strategies as it relates directly to establishments such as neighborhood food and beverages lounges, adult sports leagues, web photography and web video communication, and women’s positive images at the radio station website.  

Albright will help to improve various in-house departments (media buyers, affiliate marketing and publicity) as it relates to project follow-up and individuals who are interested in live radio broadcasting and promotional materials. Rob Albright will become a brighter star in the field of broadcasting, music, talk, and modeling.





Black Women Models


Thursday, March 19, 2015

Independent Music Artist Review- Rob Albright by Van Stone frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267) 293-9201

Independent Music Artist Review- Rob Albright by Van Stone frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267) 293-9201


































Rob Albright, Independent Music Artist, above middle.

Rob Albright is a five star talented vocalist. Albright, the independent music artist representing Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Delaware County, Pennsylvania areas in the USA is just over fifteen years as a solid solo vocalist who performs alone and together in duets having his background singers. 

Rob Albright has impressively performed more than 200 cover songs statewide and has achieved many followers because of his voice.

Singing with fellow balladeers, Albright came together at many entertainment stages as far back as 2000 opening up for labeled music artist and made it all the way to the list of Philadelphia’s top music artist finishing 1st in many karaoke sets.

In the U.S., Rob has worked on creating his own cd and releasing his own style of music as a single since he is no stranger to small and big venues in the music business.

In 2005 Albright was recognized by a music entertainment reporter from the Philadelphia Front Page News newspaper as he was proving love ballads, R & B, Jazz, Throwback, and Soul which was just as exciting as if the audience was listening to the labeled artist who usually performs hit songs at music concerts.

Rob Albright kicked off the year by winning for “Best Male Vocalist” and “Music Local Success” recognized by Van Stone, the founder of the newspaper.

Starting off in Philadelphia, looking to have music play on the long time standing radio station WVSR 1360 at www.powerwvsr1360.us, the Albright sound may soon be featured for the first time continuously over the internet so that radio listeners who are in Latin America, Southeast Asia, will also hear him sing.

Rob Albright does become a one member music show stopper hearing his live performance.

The ever evolving Rob at times has proved to be such a spotlight stealer in his role as the star partner singer with his shows, which he morphed into Rob KantstoptheSmilez Albright, the name he is recognized by both male and female fans when he sings.

Look for more Rob Albright music during the spring of 2015.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

President Obama Picks Kentucky Over Villanova In Title Game

President Obama Picks Kentucky Over Villanova In Title Game

US President Barack Obama shows a basketball move as he talks with a local basketball coach at restaurant in Los Angeles, California, on July 24, 2014.AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad        (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
US President Barack Obama shows a basketball move as he talks
with a local basketball coach at restaurant in Los Angeles, California,
on July 24, 2014.
 
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — President Barack Obama has made the tradition of sharing his March Madness bracket with the world each year on ESPN. The tradition has continued this year and Obama is going with a Wildcats versus Wildcats National Championship Game.

The Commander in Chief is going with Villanova and Kentucky in the title game and has Kentucky beating Villanova to win the championship while going undefeated for the year.

Obama’s Final Four includes Kentucky, Arizona, Duke and Villanova.

For full story go to:  http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/

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Monday, March 16, 2015

March Madness Starting to Take Off at Villanova University

March Madness Starting to Take Off at Villanova University
 
WAYNE, Pa. (CBS) — Now that Villanova University’s men’s basketball team is ranked first in the Eastern region and second overall, how are students and fans preparing for the big tournament?

Today, on the Main Line campus, just as March Madness begins, fans were starting to get their hands on some Villanova “swag.”

Tom Lawler came into the campus bookstore early to buy Wildcats t-shirts for his two grandsons.

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AP Sources: Tim Tebow works out for Eagles

AP Sources: Tim Tebow works out for Eagles
 
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FILE - In this Dec. 5, 2014, file photo, Tim Tebow speaks during an SEC television broadcast in Atlanta. Tebow worked out Monday, March 16, 2015, for the Philadelphia Eagles, a person familiar with the session tells The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the workout was not made public.

Tim Tebow worked out Monday for the Philadelphia Eagles, two people familiar with the session told The Associated Press. Both people spoke on condition of anonymity because the workout was not made public. 

One of the sources said Tebow worked out at quarterback and left the facility without discussing a contract.
Considering all the offseason moves made by coach Chip Kelly, taking a look at the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner with the huge following shouldn't be a surprise. Tebow could run zone-read plays better than Philadelphia's four current quarterbacks.
 
Tebow has not been on an NFL team since the 2012 season. He was released by the Jets, then attended training camp in the summer of 2013 with the Patriots, who cut him.

One of the most successful college quarterbacks at Florida, Tebow started 14 games for Denver over two years after being selected in the first round of the 2010 draft. He threw for 316 yards in a playoff win with the Broncos, who traded him for fourth-round pick when they signed Peyton Manning.

Tebow has been working in television as an analyst for the SEC Network and ESPN.
Kelly recently traded starting quarterback Nick Foles to St. Louis for Sam Bradford. His backup is Mark Sanchez, who was the starter for the Jets when Tebow was there. That was a highly uncomfortable situation for Sanchez. Matt Barkley and G.J. Kinne are also on the roster.

Kelly's remake of the Eagles' roster has included trading star running back LeSean McCoy to Buffalo, then signing Offensive Player of the Year DeMarco Murray to replace him. Clearly, Kelly - who took over personnel duties after last season - is unafraid to look anywhere for possible upgrades.

Although Tebow had some success in Denver, his inaccurate passing and lack of pocket presence has plagued him in the NFL. His strength has been running the ball or improvising.

There's also been some thought that Tebow might switch to tight end or fullback, although he has balked at such a move in the past. The Eagles have depth at tight end, but no fullbacks on the roster. Kelly likes versatile players, though Tebow tried out at QB.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

DeMarco Murray Came To Philadelphia To Win A Super Bowl

DeMarco Murray Came To Philadelphia To Win A Super Bowl

PHILADELPHIA, PA - DECEMBER 14: DeMarco Murray #29 of the Dallas Cowboys warms up prior to the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on December 14, 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
PHILADELPHIA, PA – DECEMBER 14: DeMarco Murray #29
of the Dallas Cowboys warms up prior to the game against the
Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on December 14, 2014
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles made it official on Thursday night. The team signed former Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray to a five-year deal. Murray took to the podium to be officially introduced to the fans and he wasted no time endearing himself to Philadelphia.

“I felt this was a great opportunity for me to win a Super Bowl,” Murray said when asked why he chose to come to Philadelphia instead of staying with the Cowboys.

Murray explained that Philadelphia did not offer him the most money, but that when he looked around he saw what he identified as his best chance to win a ring. He made it clear that this was not a financial move.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

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Official: Eagles Trade Nick Foles And Picks To Rams For Sam Bradford

Official: Eagles Trade Nick Foles And Picks To Rams For Sam Bradford

Nick Foles is officially heading to the Rams in exchange for Sam Bradford. (Photo by Evan Habeeb/Getty Images)
Nick Foles is officially heading to the Rams in exchange for Sam Bradford.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles have officially announced that they have agreed to trade that will send Nick Foles to the Rams for Sam Bradford.

The Eagles will also acquire the Rams 5th round pick in 2015. The Eagles will also send a 4th round pick in 2014 and a 2nd round pick in 2016 to St. Louis.

Bradford sustained an ACL tear in 2014 that sidelined him for the entire season. He was the first overall selection in the 2010 NFL Draft and was named the Offensive Rookie of the Year that season.

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Jury finds Pharrell, Thicke copied for 'Blurred Lines' song

Jury finds Pharrell, Thicke copied for 'Blurred Lines' song 

AP Photo
Marvin Gaye's daughter, Nona Gaye, left, and his ex-wife, Jan Gaye, take questions from the media outside Los Angeles U.S. District Court, after a jury awarded the singer's children nearly $7.4 million after determining singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams copied their father's music to create "Blurred Lines," Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Nona Gaye wept as the verdict was read and was hugged by her attorney.

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A jury awarded Marvin Gaye's children nearly $7.4 million Tuesday after determining singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams copied their father's music to create "Blurred Lines," the biggest hit song of 2013.

Gaye's daughter Nona Gaye wept as the verdict was read and was hugged by her attorney.

"Right now, I feel free," she said outside court. "Free from ... Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke's chains and what they tried to keep on us and the lies that were told."

The verdict could tarnish the legacy of Williams, a reliable hit-maker who has won Grammy Awards and appears on NBC's music competition show "The Voice."

He and Thicke are "undoubtedly disappointed," said their lead attorney, Howard King.

"They're unwavering in their absolute conviction that they wrote this song independently," he said.

Thicke and Williams earned more than $7 million apiece on the song, according to testimony.

King has said a decision in favor of Gaye's heirs could have a chilling effect on musicians who try to emulate an era or another artist's sound.

Larry Iser, an intellectual property attorney who has represented numerous musicians in copyright cases, was critical of the outcome.

"Unfortunately, today's jury verdict has blurred the lines between protectable elements of a musical composition and the unprotectable musical style or groove exemplified by Marvin Gaye," Iser said. 

"Although Gaye was the Prince of Soul, he didn't own a copyright to the genre, and Thicke and Williams' homage to the feel of Marvin Gaye is not infringing."

Gaye's children - Nona, Frankie and Marvin Gaye III - sued the two singers in 2013.

Their lawyer, Richard Busch, branded Williams and Thicke liars who went beyond trying to emulate the sound of Gaye's late-1970s music and copied the R&B legend's hit "Got to Give It Up" outright.

The family "fought this fight despite every odd being against them," Busch said after the verdict, which could face years of appeals.

Thicke told jurors he didn't write "Blurred Lines," which Williams testified he crafted in about an hour in mid-2012.

Williams testified that Gaye's music was part of the soundtrack of his youth. But the seven-time Grammy winner said he didn't use any of it to create "Blurred Lines."

"Blurred Lines" has sold more than 7.3 million copies in the U.S. alone, according to Nielsen SoundScan figures. It earned a Grammy Awards nomination and netted Williams and Thicke millions of dollars.

The case was a struggle between two of music's biggest names: Williams has sold more than 100 million records worldwide during his career as a singer-producer, and Gaye performed hits such as "Sexual Healing" and "How Sweet It Is (To be Loved by You)" remain popular.

During closing arguments, Busch accused Thicke and Williams of lying about how the song was created. He told jurors they could award Gaye's children millions of dollars if they determined the copyright of "Got to Give It Up" was infringed.

King denied there were any substantial similarities between "Blurred Lines" and the sheet music Gaye submitted to obtain copyright protection.

Williams has become a household name - known simply as Pharrell - thanks to his hit song "Happy" and his work as a judge on the "The Voice." He wrote the majority of "Blurred Lines" and recorded it in one night with Thicke. A segment by rapper T.I. was added later.

Williams, 41, also signed a document stating he didn't use any other artists' work in the music and would be responsible if a successful copyright claim was raised.

The trial focused on detailed analyses of chords and notes in both "Blurred Lines" and "Got to Give It Up."

Jurors repeatedly heard the upbeat song "Blurred Lines" and saw snippets of its music video, but Gaye's music was represented during the trial in a less polished form. Jurors did not hear "Got to Give It Up" as Gaye recorded it, but rather a version created based solely on sheet music submitted to gain copyright protection.

That version lacked many of the elements - including Gaye's voice - that helped make the song a hit in 1977. Busch called the version used in court a "Frankenstein-like monster" that didn't accurately represent Gaye's work.

An expert for the Gaye family said there were eight distinct elements from "Got to Give It Up" that were used in "Blurred Lines," but an expert for Williams and Thicke denied those similarities existed.

Gaye died in April 1984, leaving his children the copyrights to his music.

Monday, March 9, 2015

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Brandon Graham And Eagles Agree To 4-Year Deal

Brandon Graham And Eagles Agree To 4-Year Deal

PHILADELPHIA, PA - NOVEMBER 10: Brandon Graham #55 of the Philadelphia Eagles sacks and forces a fumble on Cam Newton #1 of the Carolina Panthers on November 10, 2014 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
PHILADELPHIA, PA – NOVEMBER 10: Brandon Graham #55
of the Philadelphia Eagles sacks and forces a fumble on Cam Newton #1
of the Carolina Panthers on November 10, 2014 at Lincoln Financial Field
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On the eve of NFL Free Agency, the Eagles and linebacker Brandon Graham agreed to a new 4-year contract. Graham was set to become a free agent on Tuesday, but opted to stay with the Eagles instead.

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Sunday, March 8, 2015

Music and Song Legends, with your host Lamont A. Nelson.

Music and Song Legends, with your host Lamont A. Nelson.
 


































If you like Classic Soul, RnB, Jazz, Classic Latin, Spanish Rap (Hip Hop), English Rap (Hip Hop), music artist and more real by the solo artist and band music, prepare to tune energy WVSR 1360 .us each morning of Wednesday night for the new talk/music show Music and Song Legends, with your host Lamont A. Nelson.

Lamont A. Nelson, aka DJ Lamont, spent most of his lifetime in soft Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA and diversified campus have a very successful music career as a DJ in jamming Savannah State. The combination of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Savannah State Lamont helped develop his star power. And their music of choice is the return of Soul, R and B, Jazz, Latinamerica beats, including Rap Spanish (East Coast, West Coast, and the Caribbean and Tropical sound). Lamont A. Nelson grew up listening (70's-90 's), Old Country, Solid Gold, pop music, and Rap.

Nelson is a great student and teacher of good music. As a great role model for young people and adults who have a passion for music Lamont has been in the entertainment industry as a high school student and the meaning of the university. His natural love for the sound of real music and vocals, and keeps it close to the pulse of what the older generation currently playing.

Also, Lamont is a graffiti artist. And more recently became an amateur fashion model.

Lamont, graffiti artist, model, brings his own style of art that helps to have an innate ability to refer to a wide range of children with special needs to popular circles. Has strong leadership as a Black American; he already has a popular status in the community, schools, and political settings, and carries a natural appeal to different groups.

Lamont A. Nelson wanted to work in a variety of local and out of state locations.

To listen to Lamont A. Nelson talk show host talk and music, "Music and Song Legends" tune in to powerwvsr1360.us 7: 00PM-7:30PM. Or check the Power WVSR 1360 radio station webpage to listen to the talk/music Lamont A. Nelson and Legends Song recorded show.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Report: McCoy Unhappy About Being Traded To Buffalo

Report: McCoy Unhappy About Being Traded To Buffalo

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, LeSean McCoy is unhappy about being, reportedly, traded to the Bills.

“A source close to LeSean McCoy to me on how the Eagles RB feels about news of an agreement to trade McCoy to Buffalo,” the report says. “‘He’s a Pennsylvania kid. He’s never played football outside of Pennsylvania—high school, college, pro. So of course he’s not happy. Sounds like it’s pretty final to me unless LeSean is refusing to go to Buffalo.'”

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