Cuba Gooding: The Main Ingredient frontman, who charted during the ‘70s with hits like Everybody Plays the Fool and Just Don’t Want to Be Lonley, drops in on Chuck and PJ to chat with host Chuck Tolbert about his musical career and (of course) his Oscar-winning son.
Angell Conwell: The Soul Plane hottie sits down with Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon to chat about her role as Leslie Michaelson on The Young and the Restless. Plus, Oscar predictions and film reviews with Wilson Morales and The Movie Mob.
Martellus Bennett: The Dallas Cowboys tight end, who stands 6-foot-7, drops in on Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica to discuss his team’s disappointing season, while looking ahead to September, and weighing in on the suggestion of certain media pundits that he play offensive tackle.
Russell Williams: The first African-American to win two Oscars tells Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon: “The film that made me consider that there was work behind the scenes was 1967’s In the Heat of the Night… I was paying attention to the Quincy Jones score, and people like Ray Charles.”
Keiko Matsui: The Japanese smooth-jazz pianist, who has sold more than 1.5 million albums, sits down with Icon Fetch host Tony Peters to discuss her latest offering, The Road, which features guest appearances by Kirk Whalum and Richard Bona.