Morris O'Kelly is the son of two music educators and is a graduate of
After an 11 year stint in the music industry, he began branching out into entertainment journalism, scribing for newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals. After a number of critically acclaimed Op/Ed pieces in the Los Angeles Times, he decided to combine his love of writing and media production.
Presently, O'Kelly is a regular political commentator for the BBC Radio Network regarding the American political system, HuffPo Live and author of the syndicated column, The Mo'Kelly Report.
Visit Mo'Kelly's official site here.
Mo’Kelly is joined by longtime mentor and Friend, founder and Editor of the ‘Urban Buzz’ Fevin Fleming.
Kevin Fleming’s entertainment business experience is vast and varied. It includes radio, records, management, and publishing. In radio, Kevin’s experience includes operation management, program management, air personality and consultant. In the recording industry, his expertise encompasses promotions, artist & repertoire, as well as positions including vice president and general manager. Additionally, he has managed operations, signed and developed talent, and created marketing and promotion campaigns.
Early radio career highlights include programming and personality stops at WAOK and WIGO in
Fleming joined the record side of the business as Regional Promotion Representative for Island Records where he was rapidly promoted to Vice President of Black Music. After a brief stint at Third Stone Records, Kevin was selected as Vice President and General Manager of Perspective Records under the ownership of super producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
During the early 1990’s, Fleming returned to radio, as Operations Manager and Program Director of KACE/KRTO in
Currently Kevin is the publisher of The Urban Buzz. Founded in 2002, The Urban Buzz has become radio and music’s premiere information newsletter and now website.
To learn more visit The Urban Buzz
The Mo Kelly Show is joined by longtime Friend Kevin Fleming to pay’s tribute to a music industry icon, mentor and most importantly Friend – Dr. Jerry Boulding.
Following a short term illness, at the age of 75, All Access Urban/UAC Editor Jerry Boulding passed away on Thanksgiving evening. He is survived by his wife Maggie, Son Aaron and Granddaughter Sage.
From programming radio stations across the country and developing the first Urban format for satellite delivery known as “Heart & Soul”; to running the Black Music Division at MCA and founding or co-founding premier industry magazines like
He will truly be missed.
Read More About Dr. Boulding's life and legacy at At All Access
Weighing in on all things in the world of Comic Books, Mo’Kelly speaks to the owner/operator of DJ’s Universal Comics known only as Cat!
For More Information Visit DJsUniversalComics.com
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For fans and causual viewers alike Disney’s Marvel's Agents of SHIELD has proven to be a huge disappointment… Well The Motley Fool’s Leo Sun has three easy fixes for the ABC’s ambitious attempt by Disney to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- dominated by Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, and Captain America -- onto the small screen.
Read More At The Motley Fool
What We Don’t Say is a one of a kind stage play providing a raw honest look at relationships from the male perspective.
WWDS is inspired by the forthcoming book "Married to the Franchise" written by Dr. Jon Carroll. The characters are born from stories collected while interviewing subjects on the topic of marriage. The result is an unflinchingly honest look into how men process finding their true love, keeping the marriage spark alive, dealing with divorce, keeping the love alive beyond death and struggling to conceive a child.
WWDS is produced by BONES writer and ROCK MY SOUL PRODUCTIONS founder, Nkechi Okoro Carroll.
This production is set to run for eight shows starting December 5th at Theatre Asylum, located at the heart of LA's Theatre Row.
For More Information Visit Facebook.com/WhatWeDontSay
Marissa Alexander, a Florida woman who was sentenced to 20 years for firing a gun to scare off her allegedly abusive husband has been released from prison as she awaits a new trial, her attorney said.
Alexander's case gained the attention of civil rights leaders, who say nobody was hurt and the sentence for the mother of three was too harsh. The case shined the spotlight on Florida's "stand your ground" law after she unsuccessfully argued before her 2012 trial that she was immune to prosecution because of the law.
Read More At CNN
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Ranked among the Top 5 pizza makers in Southern California, from ‘Porky’s Pizza’ Mo’Kelly is joined by franchise owner of Chris Johnson.
T o find out more about this fantastic restaurant visit Pory’s Pizza
o find out more about this fantastic restaurant visit Pory’s Pizza
Paul Walker has died at the age of 40 after he was involved in a single-car accident and explosion in Santa Clarita, Calif. on Saturday afternoon, the actor's rep confirms to TMZ .
The " Fast and the Furious" actor was reportedly in a Porsche with another person when the unidentified driver lost control and slammed the vehicle into a tree. The car burst into flames at the scene. Both were killed at the time.
Read More At Yahoo! News
Master Sean McLynn joins Mo’Kelly to discuss the 1000 year old Martial Arts Study of Hapkido
Song's Hapkido classes feature personalized instruction to teach you the skills that are the foundation of the Korean martial art of Hapkido. Step by step you will learn self defense and fighting techniques to take you from White Belt to Black Belt and beyond.
Grandmaster Ho Jin Song is a world renowned martial artist with over 60 years of
martial arts experience. He has trained military personnel in hand to hand combat and civilian students in martial arts for over 50 years. His school in
Grandmaster Song's philosophy of training body, mind, and spirit will enhance your quality of life. Physical benefits include: losing weight, increased flexibility and stamina, and improved coordination and balance. Mentally and spiritually you will benefit from increased self-confidence, self discipline, humility, and respect for yourself and others.
To Learn More Visit songsdohyunhapkido.com
In all 3 minutes of his free time, KFI’s very own Morris “Mo’’Kelly” O'Kelly practices and instructs the Korean martial art of Hapkido, where he is a 4th degree black belt.
Watch Mo’Kelly teaching the art of Hapkido below: