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Supermodel Nicki Taylor, R&B Diva Kandi and the Houston Astros’ Bill Hall on BlogTalkRadio

niki-taylorNiki 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.

kandiKandi 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-heroes1Haunted 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-3Dick 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-moniqueTiffany 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.

‘Melrose Place’ Hottie Patrick Muldoon, ‘MADtv’ Funnyman Pablo Francisco and Blessid Souls Frontman Eliot Sloan Today on BlogTalkRadio

patrick-muldoon1Patrick Muldoon: The actor who played Richard Hart on Melrose Place and Austin Reed on Days of Our Lives sits down with Jasam Radio’s Deborah Huey to chat about his role opposite Michael Keaton and Howie Mandel in the upcoming animated feature Noah’s Ark: The New Beginning.

pablo-franciscoPablo Francisco: The former MADtv player, whose dead-on impressions include Jackie Chan, Howard Stern and (yes) Celine Dion, stops by Backstage Comedy Live to chat with host Cory Andrews about his new tour, which kicks off today in Providence, RI, and wraps up in November in Phoenix.

eliot-sloan2Eliot Sloan
: The Blessid Union of Souls founder, whose 1995 single I Believe cracked the Billboard 100 Top 10, chats with Nightly Candy Chat host Nana-Adwoa Ofori about his band’s new album, The Mission Field, which features the tracks Back from the Dead and Higher Calling.

eliot-sloan21Norman E. Bowie: The world’s best-selling reference series marks its 20th anniversary by bringing you interviews with many of its most popular authors, including Norman E. Bowie, professor of strategic management at the University of Minnesota, whose titles include Business Ethics For Dummies.

bruce-harper3Bruce Harper: The former NFL running back, who spent 7 years with the New York Jets—and remains the team’s all-time greatest kick-returner—drops in on Pure Gold to talk about his gridiron career and his nonprofit Heroes and Cool Kids youth-mentoring program.

tyler-batesTyler Bates: The Hollywood composer—who has scored such flicks as Watchmen and Halloween II—sits down with 123 Film! host Sam Heer to chat about his latest musical project, the big-screen remake of Conan the Barbarian, starring Jason Momoa in the title role.

Paris Hilton, Blues Traveler’s John Popper and ‘$#*! My Dad Says’ Star Will Sasso Today on BlogTalkRadio

paris-hilton5Paris Hilton: The superstar socialite drops in on World Talk Live host Brett Cohen to chat about her new Passport fragrance collection—and her new iPhone app. “It has this really cool BFF feature,” she says. “You take a pic of yourself and it comes up next to a picture of me, so it looks like we just met.”

john-popperJohn Popper: The Grammy Award-winning Blues Traveler frontman, whose band hit the big time in 1995 with album Four—featuring the singles Run-Around and Hook—drops in on Icon Fetch to talk with host Tony Peters about his side project—a band called the Duskray Troubadours.

will-sassoWill Sasso: The former MADtv funnyman—whose offbeat impressions included Tony Soprano, Kenny Rogers and Steven Segal—sits down with Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker to chat about his role opposite William Shatner in the CBS sitcom $#*! My Dad Says.

thea-vidaleThea Vidale
: The funny lady, who starred in her own ABC sitcom during the ‘90s, drops in on Chuck and PJ to chat with host Chuck Tolbert about her upcoming role opposite Teck Holmes and Ralph Louis Harris in the feature flick Douglass U.

heather-newtonHeather Newton
: The writer sits down with Book Club Girl to discuss her maiden novel, Under the Mercy Trees, which tells the story of a failed, middle-aged, hard-drinking New York City scribe who must return to his North Carolina town to help search for a brother gone missing.

Singer Grayson Hugh, Arrested Development’s Eshe and ‘America’s Next Great Restaurant’ Producers Dan Cutforth & Jane Lipsitz Today on BlogTalkRadio

grayson-hughGrayson Hugh: The singer-songwriter, whose 1988 album Blind to Reason yielded the Top 20 hit Talk It Over, sits down with Milling About host Robin Milling to chat about his new CD, An American Record, which features the soulful tracks Zoe On the T Train and North Ohio.

esheMontsho Eshe: The singer-songwriter from two-time Grammy-winning hip-hop group Arrested Development—who scored such Top 10 hits as Tennessee, People Everyday and Mr. Wendal—stops by E.R. Radio to fill host Cutty Shark in on her upcoming solo project.

dancutforth-janelipsitzDan Cutforth & Jane Lipsitz: The producers of America’s Next Great Restaurant stop by Tomorrow Will Be Televised to talk with host Simon Applebaum about the NBC reality series, which bows March 6. Plus: Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora, co-creators of Breakout Kings.

att-dianne-reeves1Dianne Reeves: Though known for carrying on the tradition of jazz masters like Ella Fitzgerald, it was Earth Wind & Fire that helped propel the diva to stardom. “I didn’t know Philip Bailey then,” she tells host Joy Keys. “But I knew friends of his, who told him, ‘You should get Diane!’

Cuba Gooding Sr., ‘Soul Plane’ Actress Angell Conwell and Dallas Cowboy Matellus Bennett Today on BlogTalkRadio

cuba-gooding1Cuba 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-conwellAngell 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-bennettMartellus 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.

att-russellwilliamsRussell 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-matsuiKeiko 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.

Joan Van Ark, OWN Host Peter Walsh and Oscar-Nominated Cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth Today on BlogTalkRadio

joan-van-arkJoan Van Ark: The actress who played Valene Clemens Ewing on Dallas, before going on to play Annette Wainwright on Nip/Tuck, sits down with hosts Victoria Gaither and Michael Kay to chat about her role in Steve Silverman’s new web series Pretty.

peter-walshPeter Walsh: The Aussie home-organization guru chats with The Joy of Organizing’s hosts Bonnie and Matt Dewkett about his new book Lighten Up: Love What You Have, Have What You Need, Be Happier with Less, and about his new Oprah Winfrey Network show, Enough Already!

jeff-cronenwethJeff Cronenweth: The Hollywood cinematographer, who shot such acclaimed flicks as Fight Club and One Hour Photo, sits down with Movie Geeks United hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis to talk about his Oscar nomination for David Fincher’s The Social Network.

att-anthonyandersonAnthony Anderson: Law & Order’s detective Kevin Bernard explains why he became a spokesman for Fearless African Americans Connected and Empowered Diabetes. “No one was speaking to the young black youths,” he tells Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone. “And here I was being diagnosed as a diabetic myself.”

mike-mitchell1Mike Mitchell: The Oakland Raiders safety, who has racked up 67 tackles since joining the NFL in 2009, chats with The Final Word hosts JayReelz and J.D. about the 2010 gridiron season, while looking ahead to the upcoming season—and weighing in on his team’s chances of making the playoffs.

pam-popperPam Popper: The executive director of The Wellness Forum drops in on The Jazzy Vegetarian to talk with host Laura Theodore about her roles in the documentaries Processed People and Making a Killing, as well as the upcoming feature flick Forks Over Knives.

Hip Hop Mogul Russell Simmons, Funny Lady Beth Littleford and Oscar Nominee Andrew Weisblum

russell-simmonsRussell Simmons: The hip hop entrepreneuer and Def Jam Records co-founder—whose net worth reportedly exceeds $350 million—drops in on The Philippe Matthews Show to talk with host Philippe Matthews about his new book, Super Rich: A Guide to Having It All.

beth-littleford5Beth Littleford: The former Daily Show correspondent sits down with Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker to chat about her role as Claire Riley opposite Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and Kevin Bacon in the upcoming flick Crazy, Stupid, Love.

andrew-weisblumAndrew Weisblum: The Hollywood film editor, who has assembled such hit flicks as The Wrestler and Chicago, sits down with Movie Geeks United hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis to talk about his Oscar nomination for Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan.

att-dwyane-wadeDwyane Wade: Depite being part of the most buzzed-about team in the NBA, the hoops virtuoso still puts education first. “Sorry I was late,” D-Wade tells the Bottom Line Sports Show hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy upon calling in. “I had to talk to my son about school. He was slackin’. So I went over a little bit.”

dambisa-moyoDambisa Moyo: The economist, whom Time magazine named by one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World, stops by AACONS to talk with host Marie Stroughter about her new book, How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly and the Stark Choices Ahead.

nigel-marvenNigel Marven: The former BBC naturalist—aka the Britain’s Jack Hanna—who went on to found his own nature-documentary production company, drops in on World Footprints hosts Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick to fill us in on his latest adventures while living on Panda reserves in China.

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, HLN Anchor Jane Velez-Mitchell and Tru TV Exec Tony Horn Today on BlogTalkRadio

donald-rumsfeld3Donald Rumsfeld: The former US Secretary of Defense chats with Accuracy In Media about his new memoir, Known and Unknown, about which The Economist has written, “The reason why this book is still a good read is the extraordinary amount that the author has contrived to pack into his life.”

jane-velez-mitchell5Jane Velez-Mitchell: The HLN anchor, whose show focuses on high-profile homicides, cold cases and other hot topics, drops in on Gab with the Gurus host Connie Bennett to chat about her new book, Addict Nation, about which Joy Behar says, “I think I’m hooked. But in a good way.”

tony-hornTony Horn: Tru TV’s senior VP drops in on Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum to chat about the network’s new reality series Hardcore Pawn. Plus: BabyFirst TV co-founder Sharon Rechter, and Doggie Moms creators Elsa Lai and Brook Jones.

att-wendywilliamsWendy Williams: The Queen of All Media reflects on winning the Thurgood Marshall Prestige Award. “It means a lot, as a woman, to be recognized in a leadership capacity,” she says. “It’s nothing that I set out to do—be some sort of role model… But boy, oh, boy, is it nice when it happens!”

tad-robinson1Tad Robinson: The soul crooner, who has been nominated for 3 Blues Music Awards, sits down with Icon Fetch host Tony Peters to chat about his latest CD, Back in Style, which harkens back to the glory days of R&B, and about his musical roots.