Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon kicks it with 6-time Grammy winner John Legend, who contributed a track to the critically-acclaimed family documentary Waiting for “Superman”, which opened Friday on New York and L.A. Plus: Director Davis Guggenheim.
Women on the Move’s Leslie Harris dishes with Deborah Gregory, author of the best-selling Cheetah Girls novels, which spawned the hit Disney Channel flicks, and the girl group featuring Adrienne Bailon, Sabrina Bryan and Kiely Williams.
Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone whoops it up with Scott Adsit, who plays Pete Hornberger on NBC’s 30 Rock. A seasoned improv performer from Chicago’s Second City, Scott has also done guest turns on such shows as Friends and Curb Your Enthusiasm.
MZN Promotions host Ravenda Dallah hangs with Geffen recording artist Ray “Ray-L” Lavender, who recently competed for Omarosa’s hand on Donald Trump’s Ultimate Merger. The Akon-produced crooner will chat about his upcoming album, X-Rayted.
American Heroes Radio’s Raymond Foster sits down with Art Adkins of the Gainesville, Fla., Police Department, who moonlights as a novelist. The law-enforcement vet will chat about his sophomore offering, Power Grid, a thriller once again featuring Slade Lockwood.
EnergyTwist hosts Energy and Sister Cee give it up for The Persuaders, who charted during the ‘70s with hits like Thin Line Between Love & Hate and Some Guys Have All The Luck. The R&B legends will fill us in on their ever-booming career.