After the not so superbowl, Doc and Tisa talk through the Atlanta Falcons heartbreaking and gut wrenching loss in Super Bowl 51. Isaiah Whitlock Jr sums up our response. African American History month spotlight from Kenny Knox to celebrating the accomplishments of Alonzo F. Herndon an entrepreneur and one of the first African American millionaire in Georgia. The Bronner Bros. Hair show and Little Women of Atlanta were also discussed on this exciting episode of Your Atlanta Voice.
Brotherhood and Bands
Doc and Tisa discuss the Atlanta Falcons and their trip to Super Bowl 51. They also give their expected victory against the odds over the New England Patriots in Houston Texas on February 5, 2017. The city of Atlanta’s excitement was evidenced in the pep rallies held at city hall, Atlantic Station and the Hartsfield/Jackson airport. To top it off, the Honda Battle of The Bands. The event featured some of the greatest HBCU bands in the world hosted by V-103 radio personality Ryan Cameron.
On this edition of the YAV podcast, in addition to the RWLL Doc and Tisa regularly shares. Doc and Tisa discuss the Atlanta Falcons winning the NFC Championship and a trip to face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 51 in Houston Texas on February 5, 2017. Also, Tisa discusses the impact of the women marches held in Atlanta and other cities in the United States of America to bring social justice to everyone. Finally, Doc shares the story of Mike Phillips a saxophonist who gives a soul stirring rendition of the star spangled banner at the NFC Championship game at the Georgia Dome.
A Day For A King – King Day In Atlanta – Episode 102
On this special YAV podcast, in addition to the RWLL Doc and Tisa regularly shares. Doc and Tisa discuss the commemorative celebration of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday celebrating his birth. Also, Doc can hardly contain himself as he talks about the Atlanta Falcons advancing to the NFC Championship game to be played at the Georgia Dome. John Lewis/Donald Trump twitter beef. #RIP Bishop Eddie L. Long of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. Join us for this special episode on King day in Atlanta
On this YAV podcast, in addition to the RWLL Doc and Tisa regularly shares. Doc and Tisa interviews Ruben “Big Rube” Bailey from the Dungeon Family – the premiere musical group from Atlanta. Big Rube discusses the Netflix feature “The Art of Organized Noize” a documentary on the founding Dungeon Family members. Also, Big Rube talks about the music of Marqueze Etheridge, Parental Advisory (PA) and the Art of Organized Noize album. Big Rube shared his process and inspiration for writing and music. You can reach him on Twitter- @Bigrube, Instagram bigrubeatl and on Facebook @BigrubeDF.
Doc tells us about traffic Sunday morning rush hour traffic. Police officers directing traffic at the super mega churches. Tisa and Doc share their great memories of the Georgia Dome and the thrill of Michael Vick. New Mercedes Benz Stadium
You will want to hear about a spotlight we discuss as a best of 2016 in Atlanta. Additionally, you will enjoy Tisa and Doc discuss the important information Doc eluded to on the last episode of YAV. As well as sporting news of Atlanta. So, listen in to find out about the sights, sounds and spectacular things going on in Atlanta. Atlanta Falcons, Kenny Leon- Fences, Atlantic Station, Peach Drop
Thank you for tuning in to Your Atlanta Voice! Leave us a 5 star review and subscribe. #RHOA star Phaedra Parks drive by. But what’s up with T.I. and what do you know about ATL’s own Ca$hFlow There’s some very exciting news shared by TJ. Hear more music in the ATL @Big Dreams Concert on December 18th. Fate of The Furious #F8.
Credits: Music by Kenneth “KJ” Johnson
Thank you for all your support. We hope you share the latest installment with your friends. Doc jokes about traffic “BFF’S” when you see the same people on the interstate everyday. In the “A” you won’t get too far without seeing the influence of MARTA. Tisa and Doc shout out their old bus routes and stories about riding MARTA. Shaquille O’Neal deputy sheriff of Krispy Kreme Donuts. Atlanta Magazine. Drumline – Morris Brown Band
Credits: Music by Kenneth “KJ” Johnson