Put your dancing shoes on because Billboard chart-topping singer Kim Cameron sweeps us off our feet with some great conversation and her new single Drive; she talks about the writing and producing process of music today and confesses to almost stopping the train, right before another hit single dropped; inspiration, difficulty and dreaming big are all on the menu; also popping into pepper the conversation with juicy stories about the latest Grammy Awards Show, Madonna and Stevie Wonder is our dear friend from CBS Gaye Ann Bruno; she’s sassy and brassy and will make you laugh your socks off with her irreverent humor and inside information about celebs that you love (and love to hate?); she also tells the truth about the demise of our long-lost radio station, The Joint; find out what really happened when those doors closed; there’s also the truth about turn down service, man-o-pause and #Rehab4Rutt; you gotta hear it to believe it; click the arrow below to listen or “download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation!
For the first time in CBS News’s polling history, a majority of African Americans see race relations in the United States positively. Yes, most still stay that racism lingers, but in this CBS News Poll more than 59% of Blacks and 65% of Whites say that the relationship between their groups is good; the poll also found a majority of both groups feel that real progress has been made to end discrimination. There is a still long road ahead; but the Nation has made progress. And that’s good news to keep us going forward.
Fresh off of a fabulous show with Randy & the Peanuts on the Pretty Good Podcast, Langdon tells all about his week of outrageous appearances; it’s awards season, too, so he brings in guests Gregg Potter, from the Dina & Gregg Show, and publicist, Catherine Lynn Scott from London FlairPR, to praise and raze all the nominees; there’s honest film critique, honest bitching, and honest to goodness over the top laughs when the gang grapples (and gripes about) the good, the bad and the friggin’ addicted; there’s also a special call from “Jeff Bridges” and Langdon is given a “Rap Name” by a real rap crew – find out what it is!
Modern Family and 30 Rock are back; Hawaii 5-0, The Event, and Rubicon are new; and we really, really miss classics like All In The Family and MASH; it’s the Fall TV episode and we rant about what’s good, bad and utterly inexcusable with the great big box and we sing some of our favorite TV theme songs; there’s also a new Langdon Nation theme song by the Peanuts and wackadoodle conversation about Sheldon, Nipsey Russell, and Bishop Eddie Long; yes, another sex scandal involving the church – oh, my! Thanks, for listening and many apologies for the incorrect description, Nation!