Solid Gold Soul

September 12, 2008

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About Freddie Bell

Freddie Bell, velvet morning voice talent is a mellifluous voice actor, broadcast-journalist, speaker and National Voice Actor. His vast voice over credits, include hosting several radio programs including the Tom Joyner Morning Show, The Love Train, It’s The Gospel in Tampa, The Freddie Bell Morning Show in radio on KSGS – 950AM, Solid Gold Soul in Minneapolis, plus This is Music, The Freddie Bell Countdown Show and The Minneapolis NAACP Community Affairs television Programs in Minneapolis.
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While hosting a GOP Convention event for Republican First Lady hopeful Cindy McCain last week, “The View” co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck took a swipe at Michelle Obama that has caused controversy. During her address, which was captured on C-Span and is now on YouTube, the conservative TV host compared the visits of the two wives to her show, suggesting that Mrs. Obama had something to hide because she came in “with a list of topics that we weren’t allowed to touch.” Mrs. McCain, Hasselbeck said, didn’t make such demands because “she has nothing to hide.” During Michelle Obama’s June 18th visit to “The View,” Hasselbeck was very friendly with the wife of Sen. Barack Obama. According to, Mrs. Obama even “appeared to briefly console” Elisabeth after she broke into tears during a commercial break explaining how she hated to leave her baby boy, Taylor, for the first time to tape the show in Las Vegas.


A date and price for a new Kanye West album entitled “808’s & Heartbreak” surfaced yesterday on and, all but confirming earlier reports that his new album is definitely due by year’s end. According to presale information on the two retails sites, the album has a price of $13.98 and a release date of Dec. 16. Def Jam, meanwhile, has neither confirmed nor denied the information. Kanye’s album will reportedly include his new song “Love Lockdown,” which he performed at MTV’s Video Music Awards on Sunday, and again Tuesday night at New York’s Knitting Factory.


Imam W.D. Mohammed, who succeeded his father Elijah Muhammad as leader of the Nation of Islam, died Tuesday at the age of 74. No further details were given, as of press time, reports the Associated Press. “Obviously, it’s a great loss for the entire Muslim community,” said Dawud Walid, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Michigan, where Mohammed led a convention last month. “He was encouraging his followers to accept the best of their humanity and to extend the moral and ethical values of Islam to the general American public.” When Mohammed’s father, Elijah Muhammad, died in 1975, his son was named leader of the Chicago-based Nation of Islam, which promoted self-reliance and black supremacy, a belief that mainstream Muslims consider heretical. Mohammed quickly abandoned that teaching and led the Nation toward orthodox Islam, emphasizing the faith’s message of racial tolerance.


Whoopi Bringing in the Bank

Whoopi Bringing in the Bank

Fresh from her limited engagement in Broadway’s Xanadu, Whoopi Goldberg has signed on to appear in the NBC holiday special “Letters to Santa — A Muppets Christmas.” According to the Hollywood Reporter, the film will feature songs by Paul Williams, who penned the score to “The Muppet Movie.” Co-stars include Equus’ Richard Griffiths as well as Madison Pettis and former “Sopranos” stars Tony Sirico and Steve Schirripa. Muppet appearances will include Kermit, Fozzie, Gonzo and Miss Piggy, among other Muppet friends. The story “is set on Christmas Eve when Kermit and company mistakenly avert three letters en route to Santa Claus, which triggers a race against time to bring a happy Christmas to the kids whose wishes were lost in the mail.”


Vince Young went off the grid for four hours Monday, sending the front office of his Tennessee Titans organization into a panic. He eventually turned up at a friend’s house, but questions reportedly lingered about the quarterback’s mental state following a poor performance in Sunday’s season opener, reports the Associated Press. The boo birds were out in force from the hometown crowd after Young threw two interceptions in a 17-10 loss to Jacksonville. It appeared as though he didn’t want to continue playing, then sprained his left knee four plays later.

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Sept. 11, 1977: Quincy Jones wins an Emmy for musical composition for the miniseries Roots. It is one of nine Emmys for the series, an unprecedented number
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Rapper Ludacris is 31.

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There’s nothing stronger than a made-up mind
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