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"armon jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:06 min | Last month

"armon jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Your last report still more rust the manhunt for the shooter continued into the early hours of the morning Minneapolis police departments withdrawing from police union contract negotiations the first step in what chief and Atari R. and don does that would be a transformational reform to the agency in the wake of the death of George Boyd chief I mean immediately withdrawing from the contract to go she Asians with the Minneapolis police federation landed bring in subject matter experience when advisors to conduct a thorough review of how the contract can be restructured to provide greater community transparency more flexibility for true reform a second key measure my plan to perform is to integrate new systems that use research on police behavior techconnect officer performance data so department leaders can identify early warning signs of misconduct provide proven strategies to intervene there is nothing more debilitating to chief from an employment matter perspective when you have grounds to terminate an officer for misconduct you're dealing with a third party mechanism allows for that employee to not only be back on your apartment to be patrolling in your communities meanwhile in Atlanta two more police officers have been fired after two college students were pulled from a car during a protest against police brutality Atlanta police confirming Wednesday that sergeant Lani hood an officer Armon Jones were fired Atlanta's mayor and police chief previously announced the firing of two other officers who were involved the four fire officers and two other officers to face criminal charges Ford is recalling about two point five million vehicles in the US Canada and elsewhere that because of a nagging door latch problem and brake fluid leak the door latch recall covers more than two point one million cars SUVs and vans in the U. S. that could fail and doors could fly open while vehicles are moving that's the third recall for the same problem Ford also recalling nearly three hundred and forty four thousand F. one fifties in the US to fix a.

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"armon jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:56 min | Last month

"armon jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Sponsored by dynamic money here's Marcy wouldn't say judging about the new from overnight the G. B. I.'s investigating an officer involved shooting your fourth park W. espys Michelle Wright reports Clayton county police continue searching for another arm suspects already say the whole thing started near the Veracruz apartments when four armed men approached the car pistol with the driver and forced him and all of his passengers out police are able to track the stolen vehicle thanks to an iPad that was left behind when they finally do catch up at these wrecked the stolen car jump out and start pointing weapons at the officers officer shooting two of those suspects authorities captured a fourth is on the run the two injured suspects are at the hospital recovering from non life threatening injuries Michelle right ninety five point five WSP to hatch it falls into more a lot of police officers facing charges for the violent arrest of two college students seen on live TV ex officer Lonnie hood is charged with aggravated assault for using a taser on beside a young and without related assault and simple battery for tasting tonight a pilgrim and yanking her out of her car and on to the pavement fired officer Armon Jones is accused of aggravated battery for throwing young under the street which the DA says caused a fracture when young landed on his arm and pointing a gun at him the WFP's Veronica waters as four of six officers involved in the arrests of now been fired the first two officers fired have filed suit to get their jobs back Minneapolis police officer Thomas lane is now out on bond charged with aiding and abetting in the death of George Floyd porting to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon reporter Mike Gracias says lane's attorney claims lane only held Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick the other three officers involved remain in jail George Floyd's younger brother tells Congress Floyd did not deserve to die at the hands of police aloneness Floyd described the anguish after his brother's death while in police custody in Minneapolis and he urged lawmakers to initiate serious police reforms enough is enough reporter Terry the more says house Democrats have proposed a series of reforms including a ban on chill cold in a provision making it easier to prosecute police officers WSBT news time seven thirty three even as major company show support for the black lives matter movement many question their hiring practices the owner of a cosmetics company started the hashtag pull up or shut up pushing brands to reveal the racial make up of their corporate work force that hash tag is going viral an AP investigation finds major companies like Microsoft and Nike have fallen short of goals to recruit and promote minority Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer blocks a resolution opposing the defunding of law enforcement measure led by Republican Tom cotton calls for justice for George Floyd but also puts the Senate on record as being against the funding police departments Schumer argued the resolution will do nothing and is just rhetoric the reporter deem you Teo says both president trump and democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are against the idea of the funding police president trump says he is ready to hit the campaign trail again first one in Tulsa Oklahoma that would be coming into Florida do a big one in Florida big one in Texas going to Arizona we're going to North Carolina thirty appropriate time the president pulled the Republican National Convention out of Charlotte after north Carolina's governor couldn't guarantee maximum crowd capacity over worries about corona virus it's believed the convention is headed to Jacksonville Johnson and Johnson says it plans to start testing an experimental coronavirus vaccine next month in the U. S. in Belgium this vaccine is among at least one hundred and twenty five being developed worldwide but it's only one of five cited by the trump administration as most likely to work mark Mayfield reports Johnson and Johnson says studies on the backseat been so promising the trials are running about two months ahead of schedule WSU's time seven thirty five it was the return of vaccine into being part at least partially developed at Emory University they'll gonna test thirty thousand people had a phase three trial of means that's the final one really for the go for approval that will be safety and effectiveness just how well it works you might have heard this reporter later that they had some really encouraging news here how effective the vaccine was some results they didn't expect it's twenty five till late.

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"armon jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:06 min | Last month

"armon jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Dealing with a third party mechanism allows for that employee to not only be back on your apartment to be patrolling in your communities in Atlanta two more officers have been fired after two college students were pulled from a car during a protest against police brutality Atlanta police confirming Wednesday sergeant Lani hood an officer Armon Jones were fired Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms and police chief Erika shields previously announcing the firing of two other officers who were involved in the four fired officers and two other officers face criminal charges Google's released a test version of its annual upgrade to its android software without the usual fanfare heralding the latest operational system powering most smartphones that a view of a beta was announced Wednesday in a blog post along with video tutorials for the makers of smartphone applications on Google's YouTube service android eleven offers several new features that will make it easier for people to find out if the cations about incoming tax and continue on going digital conversations it's also designed to do a better job of guarding people's privacy something Google's often accused of invading of course while collecting information to sell for behind the scenes look at America's first news you can head on over to A. F. and now dot com reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook anytime and if not for a talk use the hashtag AF and more breaking news on the way on this Thursday morning the eleventh day of June we'll take a look at the markets next you're listening to America's first news good Thursday morning news will be right back you're in the house for longer periods of time you can see them flying running across the floor news yeah they're unhealthy gross and disgusting bugs hi lo bugs we keep a clean home but occasionally bug show up well I found something that is.

"armon jones" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:02 min | Last month

"armon jones" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Communities in Atlanta two more officers have been fired after two college students were pulled from a car during a protest against police brutality Atlanta police confirming Wednesday sergeant Lani hood an officer Armon Jones were fired Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms and police chief Erika shields previously announcing the firing of two other officers who were involved in the four fired officers and two other officers face criminal charges Google's released a test version of its annual upgrade to its android software without the usual fanfare heralding the latest operational system powering most smartphones that a view of a beta was announced Wednesday in a blog post along with video tutorials for the makers of smartphone applications on Google's YouTube service android eleven offers several new features that will make it easier for people to find out if the cations about incoming tax and continue on going digital conversations it's also designed to do a better job of guarding people's privacy something Google's often accused of invading of course while collecting information to sell for behind the scenes look at America's first news you can head on over to A. F. and now dot com reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook anytime and if memory talk use the hashtag AF and more breaking news on the way on this Thursday morning the eleventh day of June we'll take a look at the markets next you're listening to America's first news good Thursday morning news will be right back here in the house for longer periods of time you can see them lying there running across the floor news yeah they're on healthy gross and disgusting bugs hi lo bugs we keep a clean home but occasionally bug show up well I found something that is tougher than five orange card on contact it kills hidden ants roaches and fleas plus orange guard is a residual repellent all of the ingredients of orange guard around the FDA generally recognized as safe less orange card may be used around humans and pets it comes with a thirty day money back guarantee orange card available at orange guard dot com whole foods and ace hardware your cell phone we need to talk about something something serious I know you Love Me I know you like using me wherever you are but I feel like this isn't working out when you're driving and you may think that it's possible to focus both on me and the road but I just don't feel the same way I think we should spend time away from each other when you're driving it's for the best visit stop text stop Iraq's dot org a message brought to you by the national.

"armon jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

"As in depth coverage of campaign twenty twenty on ninety five point five W. S. would you believe another investigation of yesterday's complete meltdown the AJC headline about our primary day which has been picked up across the country by this afternoon Fulton County chairman rob hits just announcing a special task force to look into events of yesterday which will include county officials business people and a consulting firm as of right now Jon Ossoff is in position to win the democratic Senate nomination outright the Associated Press tally has him at fifty point two percent with ninety seven percent of precincts in the official secretary of state count as well behind the A. P. an actual vote counting it has also offered forty nine percent right now we should know tonight how this shakes out but meantime Ossoff himself is holding off declaring victory just shy of the fifty percent mark to avoid a runoff John also says he's not ready to declare himself the democratic nominee just yet we don't know what the outcome is because there are hundreds of thousands of votes that remain unaccounted he blames both county and state officials for the problems with the election many voters as you know did not receive absentee ballots timely including my wife and I who literally received our absentee ballots on election day senior parish ninety five point five double U. S. B. Ossoff would face the incumbent Republican David Perdue in November if these numbers hold referred from Purdue today too he calls yesterday's problems outrageous he blames local election officials president trump announces his first post pandemic rally will be in Tulsa Oklahoma June nineteenth looks like Jacksonville's the tentative choice to host the Republican convention in August that is per The Washington Post and it is despite governor camps pitch to bring the relocated convention to Georgia our homeland security report out this afternoon warrants multiple high ranking police officials on a number of cities including Atlanta have had their personal information shared on social media including their home addresses their emails or phone numbers is commonly called doxing according to George homeland security's Lisa Rodriguez Presley it's something that we've seen really Constance the internet has come about you know people's public information being released online and and officers are not immune to that she says they did get an intelligence report that said officers information is potentially being released online so they're reinforcing safety measures things are a little bit tense right now and so you need to be aware of your surroundings and just take appropriate precautions to keep that ninety five point five W. SPT proverbial hatchet has fallen today on two more Lana police officers facing criminal charges already for the arrests and tastings of two students all seen on live TV this makes four of six officers charged now fired now ex Atlanta police officer Armon Jones is accused of aggravated battery for pointing a gun at driver beside a young and throwing him onto the pavement the Fulton County DA says young landed on top of his left arm and suffered a fracture and a bloody gash requiring some two dozen stitches officer Lonnie hood faces charges of aggravated assault for tasing both students and aggravated battery count for throwing tonight a pilgrim under the street WSE is running a water says the first two officers fired already filed suit trying to get their jobs back what is with the F. B. I. interesting Clayton county sheriff Victor hill we do not know still this evening but the F. B. I.'s descended upon his office today seizing personal items a source telling channel two action news that the feds seem to be investigating a business dispute involving one of his deputies and middle Georgia businessman and somehow the sheriff intervened the closing bell brought you by financial symphony of the WSP marketwatch.

"armon jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Sad news as a result of a lot of the writing that's gone on in the arson and looting and everything else here's a headline on the blaze backlash against democratic leaders began and long time businesses are now leaving Minneapolis after being destroyed in the riots and you know we now know they have a veto proof vote to defund the police there but now a long time manufacturing business is immediately relocating away from Minneapolis after the leaders of the city built to protect the city there is the owner of seven Sigmar they produce high performance polymer and metal components and assemblies according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune there now relocating is his business Minneapolis allow official loudest factory to be destroyed the he's going on to say and he's like why am I gonna rebuild they don't care about my business they didn't protect our people we were all on our own factory was unfortunately destroyed by a fire protesters targeted a neighborhood apartment complex that was under construction and according to the owner of the store they said in this business firefighters to not bother fighting the flames the fire engine was just sitting there they wouldn't do anything so the city's first survey of property damage shows nearly a thousand commercial properties in Minneapolis were damaged fifty two businesses completely destroyed thirty other locations that sustained severe damage and owners and insurance experts estimate the cost will exceed five hundred million dollars and that would make the Twin Cities writes the second costliest a civil disturbance in U. S. history trailing only Los Angeles in nineteen ninety two that was the year the Rodney king case it also that's not good then you have in fighting in Chicago explosive new audio tapes emerged from their showing how chaotic everything was when there was writing going on there and people taking to the streets of Chicago last week mayor Lightfoot telling one local leader that he's a hundred percent full of after complaining about the looting when downtown is in lock down our neighborhoods are next in our failure to fully get ready for what is going on in our neighborhoods are seeing the destruction with thinking that it's gonna what somehow win tonight we have seen where in other cities this is gone on for days and days gotta come up with a better plan we need to come up with at least you know the next five days and trying to stabilize our community said an alderman once they were done looting and rioting he goes on whatever else what's going to happen tonight god help us what happens when they start going after residents going into neighborhoods or a bonnet on on I think you're a hundred percent full of deep then he responded F. you then who you gonna tell me that I'm full of people and while he's here leaders you know Chicago what are they done to fix the violence there nothing what have they done to to better their schools nothing decades democratic rule institutional failure news weather traffic ninety five point five W. asks me what is news and talk at three thirty AM Pristina widely W. S. B. twenty four hour news center just into more Lana police officers have been fired over that viral video tapes and we have all seen Lani hood and Armon Jones this makes for officers terminated of the six now facing criminal charges up to aggravated assault the federal department of homeland security today's warning police departments across the country that the personal info of officers is being leaked online document obtained by the Associated Press and it warns of what they called doxing could lead to attacks by violent opportunists or domestic violent extremist or could prevent law enforcers from carrying out their duties G. Iman then homeland security's Lisa Rodriguez Presley here in Atlanta it's something that we've seen really Constance the internet has come about you know people's public information being released online and and officers are not immune to that multiple high ranking police officials on a number of cities including Atlanta have had their personal info shared on social media including their home addresses their email addresses or telephone numbers eighty degrees on Peachtree street at three thirty one W. S. B. meteorologist Kirk Mellish has a lan is most accurate dependable forecast coming up well we saw the havoc it help Rick at the Georgia polls yesterday and the U. S. is closing in now on another pandemic mile marker the U. S. is closing in on two million confirm diagnosed cases of covert nineteen at least one hundred eleven thousand Americans have died but the outbreak in government response is no longer front and center at the White House as president pence on Tuesday led a meeting of the coronavirus task force but it's been more than a month since the task force held a press briefing they were a daily occurrence during the early period of the outbreak Dr Anthony Fauci Wednesday on ABC's Good Morning America said even as the nation re opens American should still wear masks wash their hands often and practice social distancing Karen Travers ABC news Washington on the subject of the pandemic after one crazy school year many metro districts are set to meet soon to determine what the next school year should look like is it too early to be thinking about back to school in Texas disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says nope he tells Good Morning America what we probably won't see a nationwide school reopening planned you don't want to make a unidimensional decision about the entire country most districts including those here in metro Atlanta will probably institute some of the C. same protocols stagger the classes keep people separated along with frequent cleaning he says individual districts and communities will have to look at their own data and determine what's best Michelle.

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"armon jones" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:27 min | 2 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"News center good morning Atlanta here's what's happening we've asked them to turn themselves in by the end of the day on Friday Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard is talking about the six police officers who are facing charges from aggravated assault to criminal damage to property in the arrest of two local college students over the weekend the conduct involved in this incident it is not indicative of the way that we treat people in the city of Atlanta and it certainly isn't indicative of waited we treat our children and in this case this incident involved two children officers ivory Streeter and mark Gardner were fired after the incident and face charges along with four others Lani hood Willie salt Armon Jones and Roland Claude the police union is calling the charges premature you can see the body camera video on our web and Facebook pages the arrests occurred as protests were happening in the city and for fourth straight night alone it was under a nine o'clock curfew after protests had turned to violence including the police department says more than forty people were arrested after the city's curfew began at nine last night the day was filled with demonstrations with one marching from city hall to the downtown connector over fifty people were arrested there for trying to walk on the interstate the largest crowd last night centered around the centennial Olympic Park area meanwhile the family of George Floyd is again calling for peaceful protests following days of civil unrest across the country may not be we got to X. Bologna's floored telling a large rally in Houston he's thankful for the support his family has received since his brother's death George Floyd died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck during arrested last week the officer has been fired and charged with murder and manslaughter family members are hoping three other fire officers who were at the C. will also be charged also this morning public health officials are warning that protest over the police custody death of George Floyd could become breeding grounds for coronavirus infections Dr Kathleen to me at least the Georgia department of public health when you have this many people gather together in close proximity you run the risk of viral transmission in Georgia you're now forty eight thousand two hundred seven confirmed cases of the virus with two thousand one hundred two.

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"armon jones" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:32 min | 2 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"News center good morning at last the news is brought to you by DuckDuckGo privacy here's what's happening we've asked them to turn themselves in by the end of the day on Friday Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard is talking about the six police officers who are facing charges of aggravated assault criminal damage to property in the arrest of two local college students over the weekend the conduct involved in this incident it is not indicative of the way that we treat people in the city of Atlanta and it certainly isn't indicative of waited we treat our children and in this case this incident involved two children officers ivory Streeter and mark Gardner were fired after the incident and face charges along with four others Lani hood Willie salt Armon Jones and Roland Claude the police union is calling the charges premature you can see the body camera video on our web and Facebook pages the arrests occurred as protests were happening in the city and for fourth straight night alone it was under a nine o'clock curfew after protests had turned to violence including the police department says more than forty people were arrested after the city's curfew began at nine last night the day was filled with demonstrations with one marching from city hall to the downtown connector over fifty people were arrested there were trying to walk on the interstate the largest crowd last night centered around the centennial Olympic Park area meanwhile the family of George Floyd is again calling for peaceful protests following days of civil unrest across the country may not we got kids brought up six Bologna's Floyd telling a large rally in Houston he's thankful for the support his family has received since his brother's death George Floyd died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck during arrested last week the officer has been fired and charged with murder and manslaughter family members are hoping three other fire officers who were at the scene will also be charged also this morning public health officials are warning that protest over the police custody death of George Ford could become breeding grounds for coronavirus infections Dr Kathleen Toomey leased the Georgia department of public health twenty of this many people gather together in close proximity you run the risk of viral transmission in Georgia there are now forty eight thousand two hundred seven confirmed cases of the virus with two thousand one hundred two related deaths in the state the top five in the.

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"armon jones" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on KGO 810

"The streets of New York City six Atlanta police officers are charged with using excessive force during an arrest of two college students at a weekend protest officials say the officers broke the car windows to get to the suspects and use stun weapons on them there are no arrest warrants that range on charges from aggravated assault and simple battery to damage the property for those six Atlanta police officers Lani hood **** soul's ivory street or mark Gardner Armon Jones and Roland clawed no gardener and Streeter were both fired mayor Keisha lance bottoms announced their terminations when she described seeing that video as disturbing as Diane Gallagher there bent over nine thousand arrests nationwide since the unrest began following George Floyd's death in Minneapolis I'm John trout Minnesota governor Tim walls made the announcement the Minneapolis police department is now under investigation a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department will look back at the department's practices for the past decade this effort is only one of many steps to come in our efforts to restore trust within those communities who have been on scene on her the mother of George Floyd six year old daughter spoke out Tuesday well well graduate he will never walk down in Minneapolis I'm Nadia Romero long time representative Steve king has been ousted in Iowa's Republican primary state senator Randy Feenstra won the five way race Tuesday after he argued the nine term conservative Republican had cost the district a voice in Congress by losing his.

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"armon jones" Discussed on V103

V103

02:23 min | 2 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on V103

"That we treat people in the city of Atlanta and it certainly isn't indicative of waited we treat our children and in this case this incident involved two children officers ivory Streeter and mark Gardner were fired after the incident and face charges along with four others Lani hood Willie salt Armon Jones and Roland Claude the police union is calling the charges premature you can see the body camera video on our web and Facebook pages the arrests occurred as protests were happening in the city and for fourth straight night alone it was under a nine o'clock curfew after protests had turned to violence including the police department says more than forty people were arrested after the city's curfew began at nine last night the day was filled with demonstrations with one marching from city hall to the downtown connector over fifty people were arrested there for trying to walk on the interstate the largest crowd last night centered around the centennial Olympic Park area meanwhile the family of George Floyd is again calling for peaceful protests following days of civil unrest across the country name we got to Bologna's Floyd telling a large rally in Houston he's thankful for the support his family has received since his brother's death George Floyd died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck during arrested last week the officer has been fired and charged with murder and manslaughter family members are hoping three other fire officers who were at the C. will also be charged also this morning meal deliveries are coming to more food insecure people intend metro counties thanks to federal funding the Atlanta regional commission is using close to two million dollars provided by the families first run of ours response act to beat an additional fifteen hundred people most of those meals are expected to go to seniors and a R. C. officials as home delivered meals were up eighty five percent in April coming up in B. one oh three news I'll tell you about the next dekalb county food distribution weather wise today a twenty percent chance of rain and thunderstorms after three mostly sunny with a high near eighty seven with three things you need to know I'm Maria Boynton other people's station V. one oh three the A. T. L. the number one for hip hop and R. date and now let's go to the V. one oh three traffic.

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"armon jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"armon jones" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

18:58 min | 4 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on KCRW

"The tension second chances so close she saw three places let the soldiers and Shea the Senate didn't change the his brain his Highness suggest China chain when this I don't bandits this people this is John people this this is he he's been now the he's always and he he's he says he as making these he this six the the people this is good morning you're listening to KCRW those this call things were not to me to see K. P. mom this is the full yep she she repressed cool I don't cross the floor Jenny okay on morning becomes eclectic in advance of the new album called patients that song is called you are not who I thought I was news from Sunderland gang and of Norway thirty projectors were in the set new EP opens tomorrow called windows open and that is on the breeze from the Beatles as well as something new from el Michels affair featuring the shacks on is the name of the track from the forthcoming adult themes Raphael Saadiq one of my favorite songs of last year and started up the seven music Maxwell Allen and senior Massana Manasa featuring Joe Armon Jones probably never is the name of the new songs well hope you are doing well this morning if you're feeling.

"armon jones" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:31 min | 4 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on KCRW

"Got you on our mind and we are behind you a hundred and fifty percent right now it's morning becomes eclectic on man lifts and music starting Tuesday starting to starting to starting to these starting to starting to do the streets read read yes this so that we can if we the morning becomes eclectic on KCRW that was Nina Simone and here's plus Kelly's its case here W. one you want the one she she thank you morning becomes eclectic on KCRW a little punchy dance party for you there with shopping and less Kelly's less Kelly's from Argentina that's on his call closer from cyclists tangerine and shopping wrapped up that said follow me is from the new album called all or nothing we also heard Nina Simone with revolution parts one and two from to love somebody and honey I'll get you back with a new song to date it is called a live from his forthcoming album titled flight and again something new in the set as well Joe Armon Jones featuring Asher bar and this is from a Giles Peterson presents compilation and import and starting today live from might violate is the name of the song starting today and I believe this is a collection of live recordings from that Giles Peterson that concert test series that he puts on once a year on his label Browns would reporting I was listening to a show the other day and you can check it out on six music on the BBC and he was doing a thing where he was really only playing new artists because say you guys are the ones who really need the support right now and I thought that was a great way to look at it also KCRW has posted something on a web page about to how you if you are an artist can I get some help break down some relief and so we'll put the link up to that in a play list if you want to go there and check it out it was posted up on our website yesterday and calm but like I said we'll put the link in the playlist KCRW dot com slash playlist.

"armon jones" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

13:25 min | 4 months ago

"armon jones" Discussed on KCRW

"Rebellion sessions am I getting into music for Max will enough featuring Joe Armon Jones so he'll stay with us it's morning becomes eclectic I'm in live here with you on KCRW KCRW sponsors include co opportunity a locally grown organic market open to everyone committed to good food health sustainability and community giving since nineteen seventy four stores in Santa Monica and Culver city more at co opportunity dot com you're listening to K. C. R. W. I'm very proud join me for another edition of All Things Considered we'll have live updates from the White House the state house and city hall all you need to know about the corona virus outbreak and what's being done to stop it plus where are we when testing medical supplies and experimental treatments and updates from around the world different strategies different challenges when fighting the virus all that plus your dose of local news weather and traffic it's All Things Considered from NPR and P. C. R. W. a Tuesday edition starts at three and during morning becomes eclectic we're committed to bringing you all of the breaking news as it happens but we're also here to give you a little respite from all of the news if you've got the TV on with the volume down why don't you just turn it off turn it off listen to music stay with us KCRW attention chance of so from the and and and yeah and I know there's more we.