Niki Taylor: The supermodel—who was among People magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People of 1991—drops in on Film Festival Radio to talk with host Janice Malone about her role as a contestant on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice, which gets under way March 6.
Kandi Burruss: The R&B diva, who starred on Season 2 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, stops by The Mutha Knows Show to talk with host Mutha about her latest album, Kandi Koated, which features the tracks Me and U, Leroy Jones and Superwoman.
Haunted By Heroes: The world’s youngest rock band—comprised of fifth-grade schoolmates from Pacifica, Calif.—sits down with Twisted South Radio host Zeke Loftin to fill us in on their unique place in music history, and their recent appearances, which includes a gig at LA’s storied Whisky a Go Go.
Dick Gregory: The veteran satirist—who, throughout the ‘60s, ’70s and ‘80s, was instrumental in the civil-rights and feminist movements while helping to unify white and black audiences—returns to The Artivist to chat with host Ron Herd to chat about his storied career.
Tiffany Monique: One-third of Beyonce’s backup group, aka The Mamas, drops in on Gab with the Gurus to chat with host Connie Bennet about her debut EP, Nemesis, which sports the tunes Take Your Time and Anytime, and was inspired by A-listers like Aretha Franklin and Chaka Kahn.