The Junk and Jam Hour

The Junk and Jam Hour

The Junk and Jam Hour – produced, written and hosted by Christopher Albert – is a Talk-Radio program that provides its listeners with lively commentary, humorous satirical segments, extraordinary music and electric live performances, and foremost, features engaging interviews with new and seasoned comedians, musicians, writers and artists of all kinds. The Junk and Jam Hour exists to highlight and share the impressive projects and imaginative contributions of talented underground and groundbreaking artists. Tune in at www.radiofreebrooklyn.com More info at www.junkandjam.com

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May 5, 2021 59 min
Makeup Artist, Groomer, Beauty Ambassador, Empowerment Speaker and Entrepreneur Dre Brown calls in to The Junk and Jam Hour to talk all about her fabulous journey in beauty, beginning with her Southern upbringing, to her early career as a Makeup Artist and Beauty Advisor, and her important work as a nationwide ambassador, curriculum consultant, and educator for the DoveⓇ Self-Esteem Project. On topic is Dre's creative and profe...
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Award Winning Filmmaker, Producer, Entrepreneur and Founder and Creative Director of the Black-Owned, Operated – Film, Video and Theater Production Organization 5 Shorts Project, Shameka Sawyer joins the Junk and Jam Hour and shares her incredible journey into filmmaking, which was sparked by the heartbreaking loss of her eldest brother; her dedication to helping other screenwriters and playwrights realize their own filmmaking aspi...
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Real Estate Professional, Entrepreneur, Women's Development Coach, Founder of Career Chameleon and Author of Calling All Queens, Blair J. Robinson calls in to the Junk and Jam Hour to discuss her journey in Real Estate, her fun venture into the air as a Flight Attendant, and what inspired her to dedicate her time, love and energy to guiding other women in their successful careers, life and relationship with God. While finding s...
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Performing Artist, Singer, Actress, Teaching Artist, and Activist, Denielle Marie Gray Zooms in to the Junk and Jam Hour to tell us all about her illustrious journey in performance and faith - as much like Aretha Franklin - she was raised by a Reverend Father, and naturally, the Church heavily influenced her voice, and informed her choices in music and projects. On Topic: Denielle shares her marvelous experiences of having the hono...
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Musician, Singer, Songwriter, Pop-Culture Enthusiast and Woman-Preneur, Jules Brave calls in to the Junk and Jam Hour and opens up about her prevailing musicianship and impressive musical training, the insecurities she has had to battle to finally make it into the studio, and the making of her exquisite new music. On topic is her early music education in vocalization and piano that provided the foundation for discipline and techniq...
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Lyricist, Rapper, Singer, Songwriter, Wordsmith, Pop Rock and Hip-Hop Artist - Cxrter - calls in to the Junk and Jam Hour to talk all about his incredible journey in music, and how he now uses his music to not only share his true account of how he is overcoming his alcohol abuse disorder, but to inspire and help others through their struggles. On Topic: Cxrter shares his earliest ventures in music, where he honed his vocal and perf...
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Bakers, Small Business Owners, Kid-Preneurs and Founders of Cookies Do Matter – 14-year old Arianah and 18-year old T’yonna, call in to the Junk and Jam Hour to talk about their journey in starting their own business of baking their delicious, naturally made cookies - of which they always use real foods, organic ingredients, real extracts, and real technique! In just 4 years since inception, their cache’ of wholesome cookies now in...
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Writer & Author of Diving in Stilettos First: Memoirs of Dating Mr. Right Now, as well as Tales of the Single Relationship Expert, Producer and Host - Shauntay Dunbar - call in to The Junk and Jam Hour to gab all about her new endeavors and ventures, including her upcoming short film of the same name, Diving In Stilettos First. As always, Shauntay is committed to celebrating and empowering other women, and her suite of literatu...
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Musicians and Multidisciplinary Artists - Songwriter and Vocalist Eleonore Addams and Guitarist and Bassist Max Walter - together are the French Indie Duo Band known as Velvet Sunset, and they call in to The Junk and Jam Hour to discuss their lifelong love of music, and the beautiful collection of songs they produce together. On topic is their early musical inspirations, the evolution of their own music and sound, the challenges of...
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On this Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Special, Award -Winning Writer, Screenwriter, Executive Producer, Director, Filmmaker and CEO & Founder of PL Entertainment, Danielle Earle calls in to The Junk and Jam Hour to talk about her marvelous transition from aspiring animator to esteemed filmmaker, entrepreneur and architect of her very own, black-owned production and film company. We discuss some of her filmmaking and directing ...
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Haitian-American, Award-winning Actor, Writer, Educator and Activist AnJu Hyppolite calls into the Junk and Jam Hour to talk about her illustrious journey as a theater performer, whose talents and goals are rooted in the causes of literacy advocacy, and social equity. Originally from Brooklyn, NYC, she cultivated her talents in dance performance and piano since childhood, and ultimately chose a path that would lead her West - where...
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Aesthetic Healer, Intuitive Arts Coach, Afro-indiginous Witch and Founder of The Modern Aesthete Vanessa Opal June calls in to The Junk and Jam Hour - via Zoom - to talk about her journey and what it means to be an intuitive artist. She also discusses how her discovered love for both creativity and nature has helped her heal and grow from her past traumas and hurtful experiences, and why she has since dedicated her life to helping ...
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Afro-LatinX - Alt-FolK, Blues and R&B Artist, Songstress, Wordsmith, Producer, Activist, and Humanitarian Yurby calls in to The Junk and Jam Hour via Zoom to talk all about her love and joy for producing and crafting music, which began at the tender age of 10 – after her father persuaded and convinced her to turn one of her poems into a song. From the South Bronx, Yurby has created her own style of music – which effortlessly fu...
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Entertainer, Producer, On-Air Personality, Comedienne and Host of The Mss Francois Show, Patrice Francois - otherwise known as Mss Francois - calls in to The Junk and Jam Hour to discuss her masterful gift for using humor and her talents to not only empower and inspire others – but also dismantle damaging assumptions, prejudices and stereotypes that have long been held against immigrants – like herself. This magnificent woman, who ...
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December 16, 2020 58 min
Pop-ish, Alt-ish, and Folk-ish Singer and Songwriting Duo Sanderling - consisting of power couple Singer, Songwriter and Musician Annie Nirschel and Singer, Composer and Pianist Russ Stone - join Christopher Albert on The Junk and Jam Hour via Zoom to talk about their exciting journey in music together, which began as contributors in the band Union Street - and how the current state of the world inspired not only new music, but a n...
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On-Air Personalities and Hosts of The Stone and Steel Radio Show in Los Angeles - Mr. Motormouth Tully Dio and Meister Matt - also known as the Outlaws of Rock, as well as Producer Lissett Vega, call in via Zoom to The Junk and Jam Hour to discuss their dedication to showcasing today's most kick-ass, undiscovered underground music – created by often unsigned, indie artists and bands. They share the behind-the-scenes work that g...
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Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Vocal Coach, DJ and Activist Autumn Rowe is not only a sought after songwriter - having worked with P¡nk, Fifth Harmony, Leona Lewis and Dua Lipa - but she is also a revered mentor, most notably to the aspiring singers of X Factor and America's Got Talent. Autumn, the ever impressive musician and superwoman, joins Christopher Albert on The Junk and Jam Hour via Zoom to discuss her lifetime journey ...
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The members of Super Group and 3-Piece EDM/Pop Band, Set + Voi were already established musicians of their own before coming together at the onset of the Covid 19 outbreak of 2020. Comprising of Blue Whale Tony aka @windmeetswest, Cheerful Yellow whale, Ashley aka @saenabi.music , and Electric Red whale and EDM wizard, Mason (@soundbyvyzta ) - with their participation in the supportive Asian Creative Network, they r...
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Eve Soto – Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Soul/Pop/Gospel and R&B vocalist – as well as Creator and Founder of vocal training program Ready to Sing, calls in to The Junk and Jam Hour to share her illustrious journey in music – which perhaps is no small coincidence, being that her father was a minister of music, and her opera singing grandmother was the second black woman to ever grace the revered stage of Carnegie Hall. After s...
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Singer, Songwriter, Musician and Frontman of the Chicago-based, 5-piece Indie Rock Band The Darling Suns – Robert Krause calls in to the Junk and Jam Hour to discuss his musical journey - from picking up his very first guitar, to his years-long battle with depression, anxiety and substances abuse - to finding his way back to music again. Initially banded for the sole purpose of backing up Krause for live shows, The Darling Suns so...
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