Programming Highlights; April 9, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:
eric-overmeyerAt 3 PM Eric Overmyer, co-executive producer of Treme, stops by Tomorrow Will Be Televised to preview the critically-acclaimed series about jazz musicians in post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans, which debuts April 11 on HBO.

sadat-xAt 4 PM Iconic rapper Sadat X from the hip-hop group Brand Nubian chills with Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica while previewing his new album, Wild Cowboys II—and letting his thoughts on the N.Y. Knicks rip.
etta-jamesAt 5 PM Host Sharon Nelson welcomes Etta James for a tribute to this divine diva whose career stretches back to 1955, when The Wallflower hit No. 1 on the R&B charts. Since then, the At Last singer has won four Grammys and 17 Blues Music Awards.

michael-jai-whiteAt 5 PM Michael Jai White, who has appeared in such hit TV shows as CSI: Miami, JAG and NYPD Blue, kicks it with Chris and Company while filling us in on his film career—which includes a role in Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?

brooke-mccarterAt 9 PM Brooke McCarter, who starred opposite the late Corey Haim in Joel Schumacher’s classic vamp flick, The Lost Boys, sits down with Random Talk Radio to chat about his upcoming horror outing in Emerging Past—and about his pal Corey.

howard-josepherAt 11 PM Mz Optimizm sits down with Howard Josepher, executive director of the nonprofit organization Exponents—which helps improve the quality of life of those affected by drug addiction, incarceration and chronic illness—for a discussion about how you can get involved on these critical fronts.

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