RIP and Defeat the Madness – Ep 19 – Tola Talks Texas

Today the magic numbers are 2 and 4, that is to say, we’re giving two RIP shout outs to rock and comedy legends, https://brethrenwoods.org/abolition-the-madness-of-john-brown-essay/ https://drtracygapin.com/erections/celebrex-generic-manufacturer/25/ levitra prix forum a2 law omissions essay examples go enter site essay topics hills like white elephants where is safest online to buy viagra reflective essay service learning lehigh valley pharmacy viagra price essay about academic failure source link essay on space and astronomy go site videos engraados viagra follow link example of argumentative research paper click here go to site viagra quel moment prendre viagra half dose or full strength psychology research paper example apa here https://dianegottlieb.com/education/fahrenheit-541-essay/93/ proffesional essay writers celebrex for dogs dosage capital paper punishment research https://lincolnnova.com/dailyuse/donde-se-puede-comprar-viagra-usa-whashintong/83/ effective academic writing 2 the short essay pdf introduction of academic essay writing 26 somali street pascoe vale south online thesis tracking Meat Loaf and Louie Anderson, plus there’s only two (or maybe four) more episodes of Tola Talks Texas. We’re also talking about the four NFL teams left in the playoffs after their super close games this weekend – 49ers, Rams, Bengals and Chiefs – plus the top four stories including kudos to tennis champion, Martina Navratilova, for her comments regarding China’s Peng Shuai, as well as kudos to the peaceful protesters in the Defeat the Madness rally on Washington, DC. And no worries if you’re getting crushed with your stocks or cryptocurrency holdings (like I am). Because it’s a blood bath out there that’s bound to rebound. But hey, what do I know.

Have an awesome Monday everyone, and get your workout in!

Suicide Sucks – Ep 8 – Tola Talks Texas

Today we’re talking about the 10th leading cause of death in the United States: suicide. To put it bluntly – and I say this numerous times on the show – suicide sucks so don’t f**king do it! Because not only does it eliminate nearly 50,000 lives every year, that’s 1 death every 11 minutes, it has far-reaching impacts including serious emotional, physical and economic costs to society. With depression and anxiety among teens and young adults at an all time high, especially with the fear mongering from COVID and Omicron, suicide has to be thwarted and stopped. Not to mention that anxiety affects 1/3 of adults and adolescents in the United States today, further complicating matters. And kudos to all schools K-12 for their prevention efforts against bullying and other forms of abuse that adversely affect students of all ages. So what should you do if you’re anxious and distraught: save yourself with fitness and yoga, and more specifically, come take my Tola Yoga class at Plano Athletic Club starting this Saturday at 12:30p. That’s right, Tola Yoga is back, and I’d love to see you there front and center. Because who doesn’t want to empower their mind, body and soul while drinking from the Fountain of Youth? Plus kudos to the David Bowie estate as well as Bruce Springsteen, aka The Boss, for such massive sales of their music publishing rights. PS – good luck to my father with his cancer surgery at Sloan Kettering today…you’re gonna rock it! Peace – R

Tola Talks with Recording Artist & Entrepreneur, Moses Stone

Another great show with the multi-talented recording artist and entrepreneur, Moses Stone.  We’re talking all things music and movies this week including the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi, plus listening to two original songs from this charismatic rapper.

It’s also the final Tola Talks of 201 7, so we’re highlighting the best of the best including If I Were President and thank you shout-outs to my celebrity guests.  Not to mention some timeless fitness & Tola Yoga tips for 2018, and of course, the Get Your Shit Together Award.

Thanks again everyone, for tuning in these past few months…it’s been a blast!

Stay tuned for the next generation of Tola Talks to be announced on my website www.RichTola.com and my socials:  @richtola

Happy Holidays…and may the force be with you!  Peace – R

Tola Talks with Singer/Songwriter, Cooper Phillip

Always a great time having Cooper Phillip in the studio…she’s rocks it in person and on the radio! Learn how she seeks balance, comfort and happiness amidst the ever-so ripply waters of the music business, plus find out more about her journey from Russia to Hollywood that began seven years ago.

For all you Halloween lovers, we also talk about Vatican sanctioned exorcisms, the highest grossing film in history with 10 Academy Award nominations , The Exorcist, and of course, my most delightful “10 Most Frightful Pickup Lines”.

Not to mention we play three amazing songs from the multi-talented singer-songwriter including her new hit single, Party By Myself.  Listen now:

Thanks for the Memories!

Thanks again to all who came out to support our amazing Stand-up comedians and the Nikki Love Project at Two Hearted Queen this weekend. Great times, great laughs, great music!

Have an awesome week everyone, and tune-in this Wednesday, May 11th at Noon (CT) for another 45 minute pop-up Tola Yoga class – LIVE on Periscope.tv/richtola. Peace – R

Tola Talks w/ The Voice Rapper/Singer Moses Stone

Tola Talks with the first ever MC/rapper and singer/songwriter to appear on NBC’s The Voice, Moses Stone. Rich talks about what’s it’s like to be mentored by Christina Aguilera & Lionel Richie, catastrophic medical emergencies at West Virginia University, Ebola patients in West Africa coming to America for treatment, and the US Postal Service electing their first ever female Postmaster General. On Top 10 Fridays, Rich also lists his Top 10 Male MC-Rappers of All Time and plays two songs from Moses (including one with Lisa Scinta from The Voice).

Watch weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks.

Tola Talks' Rich Tola with Rapper/Singer from NBC's The Voice, Moses Stone.
Tola Talks’ Rich Tola with MC/Rapper/Singer from NBC’s The Voice, Moses Stone.