Daily Archives: April 27, 2009

Chrisette Michele -Epiphany (Live At The Uptown Club In Atlanta)


VH-1’s “New York Goes To Work” Voting Begins Today (Monday, April 27th)

SANTA MONICA, CA , April 20, 2009 – Every actress needs a day job and even VH1’s resident reality queen, Tiffany “ New York ” Pollard, is not exempt. It’s time for New York to get her hands dirty. Beginning today, viewers can vote for the job they want to torture New York with in VH1’s new series “New York Goes to Work.” For the first episode, New York will have to work one of the following jobs:

A) Ranch Hand

B) Baker

C) Exterminator

Fans can vote for their favorite by texting A, B or C to 62626. Voting will be cut off at 11:59 PM PST on Friday, May 1st. The job with the highest votes will be revealed in the season premiere of “ New York Goes to Work” on Monday, May 4 at 10:00PM.*


Kurious-Benneton (Featuring MC Serch And MF Doom)


Shaun Boothe-Music Man (Featuring Amanda Diva)


Barrett LaRoda Licenses Gladys Knight’s Jewelry Line with Robert Rose Jewelry


Pictured from left to right: Mattin Sed, President of Special Products, LaRoda Group Inc.; William McDowell, VP of Shakeji, Inc.; Gary Rose, CEO Robert Rose Jewelry; Gladys Knight; Barrett LaRoda, CEO LaRoda Group Inc., and Steve “Biscuit” Walker, VP of FreestyleMac, LLC

Photo Credit: Marty Frierson

Los Angeles, CA – R&B icon Gladys Knight has always personified the essence of style, grace and soul. An award winning singer and songwriter and an accomplished businesswoman, actress, author and humanitarian, Knight was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996 for her chart topping recordings as a member of the world renowned singing group, “Gladys Knight and the Pips.” She has mesmerized audiences for decades with such hits as, “Neither One of Us,” “You’re the Best Thing,” “Midnight Train to Georgia,” “I Heard it through the Grapevine,” and “Love Overboard.” Like a precious stone with sparkling facets, Knight’s captivating eloquence and enduring persona has captivated audiences for decades.