Love stories from listeners of Barangay LSFM are featured in this weekly radio program. Listen in as Papa Dudut reads the letter of a "kabarangay" who shares his/her heartfelt experience. A dramatization brings the audience closer to feeling the joy, the pain, the ups and downs of being in love--something that each one of us can relate to.
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Ubuntu Peoples Podcast, Ep #83-Rissi Palmer: Detours, Revival & Color Me Country In 2007, country singer Rissi Palmer became the first Black female with a song on the charts in 20 yrs with her hit Country Girl. The fame and notoriety that followed was the culmination of years of hard work and faith. But the country music business didn't know what to do with a Black woman. Rissi felt like her color was a problem to the solved by industry folk who never saw her. A prolonged court battle with her label, having to work retail for minimum wage, moving back home with her family, finding solace at the bottom of a bottle; it's the lyrics country songs are made of for a woman who's now going through revival. After a detour, a spiral, love, marriage, leaving Nashville, two kids and now a new show called Color Me Country on Apple Music Country, Rissi Palmer is where she wanted to be: an important voice in country music. https://rissipalmermusic.com/ TOPICS 01:45... Return to the Grand Ole Opry after 13 yrs, Musical Influences, Summerville 07:10... Not seeing Black folk in country, Being discovered, Life in St. Louis, Nelly and Hip Hop, Team 11 17:00... Saying no to a record deal with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Shut out from the industry for 7 yrs, Record company drama 24:25... Recording with Brian McKnight, Working with Prince for 3 yrs, Owning your rights, Country Girl, Being Black problem 38:00... Stardom costs, No Air, Drinking hard, Fling Bankruptcy, Court battle, Earning minimum wage, Sympathy for the working poor 47:00... Bye bye Nashville, New man, Marriage and motherhood, Children's album, The itch to sing again 51:05... New album in 209, The Revival, Losing fans for speaking Black truths, Cookies for white artists, Mickey Guyton 61:10... BIPOC artists, Creating support for and granting new talent, Putting Black back in country 73:20... Julie Williams and the new consciousness, Color Me Country on Apple Music --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app