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Joan Benedict Steiger Interview

July 31, 2010

Listen to one of Shelia Goss' favorite interviews of the summer by going to Film Reviews 2 Go:
http://www.filmreviews2go.com/2010/07/31/joan-benedict-steiger-interview...

Charlie Wilson Interview

June 16, 2010

I did this interview with Charlie Wilson of The Gap Band when he released his first solo project, Charlie, Last Name Wilson.

Shelia Goss: How has your life changed since going solo?
Charlie Wilson: It’s made me focus a lot. I’ve been working out and doing a lot of things to get prepared for this.

Shelia: You’ve worked with R Kelly, Justin Timberlake and others. How did all of that come about?
Charlie: After R Kelly came on board, everybody else wanted to get on the album. I was really amazed on how many big named producers wanted to work on it.

Shelia: What’s different about this album than your previous ones?
Charlie: The storytelling. This generation tells a story different than the way we used to tell it. We did it the subliminal way. They straight talk about it. Today’s R & B artists sing a different story.
If they want to talk about sex, they do.

Shelia: Are any of the songs reflective of your real life experiences?
Charlie: Basically some of “NO WORDS”. The song is coming from a woman’s perspective. We, as men, tend to not treat woman like queens. Looking back at my earlier relationships, I did that so many times. Now, I treat my woman with respect.

Shelia: Who are some of the new music artists you listen to?
Charlie: Mariah Carey, John Legend, Alicia Keys, and Kem. They are not afraid to have their own style.

Shelia: In your opinion, what’s the difference between the love songs from say the 80s and the ones being made today?
Charlie: They are telling great stories, but differently. People want to hear details with the story you’re telling.

Shelia: What advice would you give new R & B singers?
Charlie: When your dreams come true, don’t take the money you’re making and blow it. Don’t get tangled up in the fame and fortune. We’re not promised this. Stay focused and don’t get caught up in the clutches of Satan--drugs and alcohol, girls, entourages. You’ll look up and there’ll be no money and everybody will be gone and there’ll be nobody trying to help you. Stay focused and continue to dream. Dream big and trust in the Lord.

Shelia: What’s one thing your fans don’t know about you that you’re willing to share?
Charlie: A lot of my fans don’t know that I had an alcohol and drug problem that almost took my life. I wondered what I was going to do next, but by the grace of God, I’ve been clean and sober for almost eleven years now.

Charlie Wilson continues to put out good music. His second solo album, Uncle Charlie is also available. To learn more about Charlie Wilson, go to: http://pmusicgroup.com/charlie.php

Interview by Shelia M Goss, entertainment writer and national bestselling author of ten books. Visit her website at www.sheliagoss.com for more information.

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LeToya Luckett Interview - Black Music Month Spotlight

June 15, 2010

LeToya Luckett is one of the original members of Destiny's Child and has co-wrote several hit songs such as "Bills Bills Bills" and "Say My Name." LeToya remained out of the spotlight for several years. She returned to the scene with her self-titled CD "LeToya."

Here's an exclusive interview with LeToya as she prepared for her CD release.

Shelia Goss: What have you been doing since leaving Destiny’s Child?
LeToya: Busy. I opened a ladies boutique in Houston. I’m happy to say we are going into our third year. I was also recording my album and I also had a record on the Coach Carter soundtrack.

Shelia: How did the experience of being in the group prepare you for your solo career?
LeToya: Thank God for that experience. It taught me so much and how to stay strong in this industry.

Shelia: What was the motivation for this album?
LeToya: At first I had NO plans on being a solo artist, but once I got in the studio and started writing I decided this was what I wanted to do. So I decided to make a record that reflected on the last five years of my life.

Shelia: Did you draw on personal experience when writing the lyrics for some of the songs?
LeToya: Yes indeed! I’ve grown so much in these last couple of years and gone through. so many things that dealt with love, life, and relationships. That’s all I knew to write about and I must say I have a lot of women’s anthems on this record.

Shelia: Who all did you collaborate with on this album?
LeToya: My Houston Hard Hitters, Mike Jones, Paul Wall, Slim Thug & Bun B. Great producers like J.D., Scott Storch, Jazzy Pha, Teddy Bishop and B. Cox.

Shelia: Which song on the album is reflective of the chopped and screwed that Houston is known for?
LeToya: Gangsta Grillz because of the screwed and chopped hook.

Shelia: What do you want the listener to walk away with after listening to your album?
LeToya: I want them to feel like, “Hey, I feel like I know her”, and that they can relate to me. Also that I’ve grown vocally.

Shelia: What advice would you give other young ladies who want to follow in your path?
LeToya: Continue to fulfill your dreams and keep those haters out of your ear. Perform as much as possible and I mean ANYWHERE there’s a microphone. I remember performing in front of grocery stores and planes.

Interview by Shelia M. Goss, entertainment writer and the national bestselling author of My Invisible Husband and Roses are thorns, Violets are True. Her website is www.sheliagoss.com.

LeToya Luckett recently starred in the movie "Preacher's Kid." Check out the review by Kandie Delley at Film Reviews To Go with Kandie and Shelia: http://www.filmreviews2go.com/2010/05/20/preachers-kid/

India Arie Interview

June 14, 2010
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This is an interview I did with India Arie when she was promoting her CD Testimony: Vol. 1, Life & Relationship.

Shelia Goss: It’s been awhile since your last album release. What have you been doing?
India Arie: Living Life and working on my album.

Shelia: Did you feel any pressure with this album?
India Arie: Yes, I felt pressure to continue to speak to who I feel my audience is and at the same time still be able to speak my truth. I never sang anything about heartbreak or any sort of dissatisfaction or anger. I’m singing a lot about that on this album. I hope that people appreciate it still. It’s not the idealistic romantic thing that I’m known for, but it’s my truth. I also felt pressure to finish. It was a lot of work and a very hard earned album.

Shelia: Was it hard earned because some of the songs were based on real life experiences?
India Arie: That too. I’m diving in and working on myself. That’s always hard work to confront your fears, but it’s also hard work because I know more as a producer. I know more so I’m being responsible for more and that’s a lot more work.

Shelia: So you were more actively involved on this album than your previous ones?
India Arie: Yes. In my previous ones, I was always emotionally involved. This time I was technically involved and emotionally involved.

Shelia: Okay, that can be kind of draining.
India Arie: Kind of…what…It was some of the hardest work I’ve ever done.

Shelia: How do you stay motivated in between albums?
India Arie: This is what I love to do. If I have something I want to say, I’m going to put it in a song. Because I love to write songs about my life, it’s not hard to do that.

Shelia: If you could go back and change anything about your music career when you first started, what would it be?
India Arie: I think I would have done a few more independent CDs. Definitely, but you can’t go back.

Shelia: What took you so long to come out with this album?
India Arie: I’ve been busy working on it; working on myself and working on the music.

Shelia: Several singers have ventured off into acting. Do you see yourself going that route?
India Arie: It’s definitely something I’m interested in, but only if I’m interested in that actual project. I want to explore myself in that way.

Shelia: Is there anything else you would like to say to your fans?
India Arie: Thank you for supporting me and I love you.

Shelia M Goss is an entertainment writer and the national best-selling author of over ten novels. For more information about the writer and her books, visit www.sheliagoss.com.

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Natalie Cole Black Music Month Spotlight

June 03, 2010

"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is to love and be loved in return." ~ Natalie Cole

With songs like "Inseperable," "Our Love," and "This Will Be," Natalie Cole's career spans over several decades. For her contribution to music, she's highlighted this month during Black Music Month.

Natalie Maria Cole was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of crooner Nat King Cole and former Duke Ellington Orchestra singer Maria Cole. Raised in the affluent Hancock Park district of Los Angeles;[1] regarding her childhood Cole has referred to her family as "the black Kennedys" and was exposed to many great singers of jazz, soul, and blues. At the age of six Natalie sang on her father's Christmas album and later began performing at age 11. To read more, go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natalie_Cole

Surprisingly, the Los Angeles-born entertainer did not plan a career in music in spite of a family environment that would have made it a natural choice early on. Although she did sing with her father on a 1956 Capitol recording ("I'm Good Will, You're Christmas Spirit") at the tender age of six and appeared on television with her father on a couple of occasions, Natalie had determined by her late teens that she would pursue other interests. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1972 with a B.A. in child psychology and had it not been for some performing during her summer break at college, Natalie's life might have taken another direction. To read more, go to: http://www.soultracks.com/natalie_cole.htm

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Desiree Day Interview

June 02, 2010

Listen to the interview with author Desiree Day. In this interview conducted by Shelia Goss, Desiree Day discusses her book One G-String Short of Crazy. Desiree Day has a new book out.

 

About Spiritual Seduction by Desiree Day:

Widowed with two small children, Riley Tyson is devastated when her husband Bradley is murdered. She doesn’t miss his fiery temper and heartless philandering, though. In fact, now that he’s dead, their relationship is better than ever. Bradley’s spirit sneaks into her bedroom at night, tempting her with gentle, seductive caresses and showering her with the attention he never gave her in life. It seems too crazy to be true. Until he drags her unsuspecting soul into a world so evil even Lucifer won’t go near it. . . . Enter Malik Davenport, Riley’s boss and longtime friend. At six foot seven, with smooth, almond-colored skin and vibrant blue eyes, Malik rarely goes unnoticed. An ancient warrior prince who specializes in slaying demons, he’s the only man who can save Riley’s life—and the only one whose passionate touch unleashes the sexy vixen inside her. As Bradley’s ruthless spirit orchestrates a deadly power surge against the living, Malik and his team of paladins prepare for a war of the worlds that has been brewing for ages. If they win, Malik and Riley can be together forever, but if they lose, the fate of humanity hangs in the balance.

Ronald Isley and the Isley Brothers

June 02, 2010
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Ronald Isley and the Isley Brothers have been making music for over 40 years. With hits like “Contagious,” “What Would You Do” and “Busted” and classic hits like “Between the Sheets,” “Choosey Lover" and “Summer Breeze,” The Isleys are like fine wine, they keep getting better and better with time. Men know if they want to make up or romance their lady, putting in an Isley CD will help set the perfect mood.

I got a chance to speak with Ronald Isley about his album – “Baby Makin’ Music” and right before he started serving time. My favorite part of the interview is when he sang "Happy Birthday" to me.

Shelia Goss: You had a health scare last year, so I know the first question a lot of your fans want to know is how are you in terms of your health right now?
Ronald Isley: I’m real good now. I stay with my doctor’s appointments and do everything I’m supposed to do.

Shelia: Who came up with the alter ego Mr. Biggs?
Ronald Isley: Myself and R Kelly

Shelia: How do you spend your time when not making music?
Ronald Isley: I spend my time around a lot of music. In the summer time I like fishing and I like hunting.

Shelia: Did you go deer hunting?
Ronald Isley: Oh yes.

Shelia: Did you catch any?
Ronald Isley: No I didn’t. Well not this year, I didn’t.

Shelia: I’m a long time fan. Two of my all time favorite slow jams is Between the Sheets and Choosey Lover. Ironically, your new album is called Baby Makin’ Music. If you ask me, all your music is Baby Making music (smile).

So tell me, who all did you work with on this album?
Ronald Isley: I worked with R Kelly, Jermaine Dupri, Tim and Bob, Troy Taylor, etc.

Shelia: What are some of your favorite songs on the new album?
Ronald Isley: I didn’t do but 11 songs. Of course I like the duet that me and R Kelly did together--which is the next single. Troy Taylor’s songs. He wrote “Just Came Here to Chill” and he wrote a couple of other songs I really like. Tim & Bob did the only two fast songs and of course the ones by Jermaine Dupri and the others.

They tried to capture the character Mr. Biggs in the songs so that was kind of fun.

Shelia: Did you record the album at one time?
Ronald Isley: Bits and pieces. I would do so many things in Atlanta, GA, then California, or in Chicago. It took us about a good year to do the album.

Shelia: In your opinion, what’s the difference between the love songs from say the 70’s & 80s and the ones being made today?
Ronald Isley: With a good love song, there is no difference. For example, a love song that Alicia Keys wrote would remind you of some of the songs we did early on. She’s in tune to the [music] that was done before her.

There’s not a whole lot of difference. Some songs would be considered better than others.

Shelia: Who are some of the new music artists you listen to?
Ronald Isley: Alicia Keys, R Kelly, Musiq Soulchild, Mary J Blige, and D Angelo.

Shelia: You have longevity in the music industry. So many have come and then you don’t hear from them again. As a veteran, what kind of advice would you give anyone who wants a career as an R & B singer?
Ronald Isley: If you love what you’re doing, it’ll show through your music. If you have a blessing from God, than honor that blessing. You can go as far as you want to go.

Shelia: Do you plan on going on tour later this year?
Ronald Isley: Once the album [Baby Makin’ Music] is out, we’ll be ready to go 2 or 3 months afterwards.

Shelia: What’s one thing your fans don’t know about you that you’re willing to share?
Ronald Isley: A lot of people don’t know how religious the family is. That’s one thing that I’m willing to share and that I want them to know about me.

Shelia: Is there anything else you would like to add?
Ron Isley: I’ll think of something as soon as we hang up the phone (smile). Just keep your faith in God and love what you’re doing. We put a lot of love in our music.

Shelia: It comes across—listeners can feel the love—songs like Choosy Lover and Between the Sheets and some of the other songs—I can listen to it today or years later and still get the same feeling when I hear the songs.
Ron Isley: That’s great.

For a bio on Ronald Isley and the Isley Brothers, go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Isley_Brothers.

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What are some of your favorite Isley Brothers songs?

Abiola Abrams Dare Interview

June 01, 2010

Abiola Abrams is an Author, Media Personality, Host of Kiss and Tell Live  in NYC, and Kiss & Tell TV. Viewers also know Abiola as the host of BET’s short film show and Miss Picky of VH1’s Tough Love.   Shelia Goss interviewed Abiola about her book Dare.

 

Mario Interview

June 01, 2010
In the eSpot Entertainment News interview "blast from the past" series, writer Shelia Goss talks with R & B singer Mario. This interview was before "Dancing with the Stars." Mario also dodged the relationship question.

Black Music Month Celebration

June 01, 2010

For the entire month of June, besides talking about books, I'll be celebrating Black Music Month.

Spurred by the songwriter and record producer Kenny Gamble, President Jimmy Carter in 1979 designated June as Black Music Month.

I am kicking off the feature with songstress Chaka Khan.

Chaka Khan (born Yvette Marie Stevens, March 23, 1953) is an American singer-songwriter best known for such hit songs as "I'm Every Woman", "Ain't Nobody", "I Feel for You" and "Through the Fire". She sang a modernized theme song for the popular children's TV show Reading Rainbow in the show's later years. Khan was featured vocalist in the funk band Rufus with hit songs, "Tell Me Something Good", "You Got The Love", "Once You Get Started", 'Sweet Thing", "Everlasting Love" and "Stay", before launching a solo career. To read more, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaka_Khan.

I have so many favorite Chaka Khan favorites, but will post my top 3 here. What are some of your favorite Chaka Khan songs?

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For more Chaka Khan news, visit her website: http://www.chakakhan.com/