Smooth Jazz is the name . . . and the music is the same. The DJ behind the name is "Master G"--the smooth,, soothing voice of Gerald G;lass. Hear him Thursdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm on EAMT - The Place 2B! Many see "The Master" as a leading DJ in and around Detroit. His voice is relaxing . . . his delivery certain, and just maybe, you have seen him "operate" at an event. Listen Thursdays, and you will possibly hear your name flowing in the air waves.
"The Fused State Show" with Grove (GT) Tigue
Tune-in Mondays at 6 pm to 8 pm on eamtradio for the "The Fused State Show" with DJ Grov "GT" Tigue IV! Hear thoughts and ideas that can be life-changing and life-progressive. The Show seeks to provide a pathway for youth engagement and youth development--a way of "paying it forward."
Your ideas and concepts will be examined, scrutinized and reshaped into a "fused state" and not a "state of confusion." Join the conversation! You may be the answer to someone else's question..
EAMT really is the "Place 2B!" Call 248 562 - 2802 and "GROW with GROV!"
Talk to the Author with Dr. Mamie Smith
Talk Show Host Dr. Mamie Smith talks with authors, musicians, attorneys, Christians and people from all walks of life. The foundation of her Show, is to touch the world with a message that is informative, thought-provoking, enriching and heart-warming. She asks hard questions that urge interviewees to probe the "inner self" and look for answers and solutions that not only allows them to reach higher levels of thought, but send those thoughts and ideas into the world.
Humans strive to better themselves, but sometimes need a little push in the right direction. Hear her each Sunday at 5 pm to 6 pm on "Talk to the Author with Dr. Mamie Smith." Merge your thoughts with her thoughts! Make your story a world story!
Celebrity Interviews with Saxophonist & Talk Show Host Duane Parham E-A-M-T... is the Place 2B! Tune-in Wednesdays on eamtradio.com from 10:00 am to 11:00 am and again 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm and listen to Duane Parham on the "microphone" not "on the saxophone."
From "Motown" to "Smooth Jazz,," Parham chats with artists worldwide, recounting musical performances, life experiences, and future expectations. Along with those "chats," hear music that describes those events and experiences. The "man with the horn" talks with his voice...not his horn!