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
We’re talking all things Movies & Music today with my special guests, DJ Rebekka Starr and MC Freddy Figs. Starting with their favorite genre of Hip-Hop, we discuss the history of music from the early 1970’s to today’s wildly popular Electronica (EDM) and the Top 10 DJs that rule the raves.
On a beautiful sunny day in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, Tola also Talks about movies that spotlight “The Valley” including We Are Your Friends (Zac Efron) and Elektra Luxx (Carla Gugino), plus what this infamous basin is really know for: strip malls, sushi restaurants in strip malls, and of course, porn stars. We also pay tribute to the King of Hip-Hop, Eminem, and the late Adult Film Actress, August Ames, an unfortunate victim of cyberbullying. Thanks for tuning-in everyone! Peace – R
Kudos to re-launch of Tola Talks…we had a titillating show yesterday talking Hollywood film and TV roles with the lovely and talented, Stephanie Drapeau.
Plus, before I introduce Stephanie at 27:41 minutes, I kick-off the show with some Presidential advice on how to solve homelessness and get every United States resident off the streets. I also give out the Get Your Shit Together Award to none other than The Trump Administration.
We also observe a moment of silence for the victims and families of those who perished or were injured in Las Vegas in the worst mass shooting in our nation’s history, as well as for the way-too-early passing of one the great rock-and-roll legends of all time, Tom Petty.
Thanks for listening, and have an awesome day! Peace – R
Tola Talks is off to a great start with Hamilton-Radio.com…check out the preview of last week’s radio show. Tune-in this week for titillating and funny conversations with LA-based Fitness Guru Mandee Miller and Chicago-based Comedians Lynne Roberts & Lauren Huffman.
Hot, current and definitely on the edge, Tola Talks is broadcasting live on the radio this Tuesday from 4-6pm (ET) on Hamilton-Radio.com(Channel 2). So tune-in and treat yourself to my “21st Century Talk for a No-Bullshit World”, not to mention some really cool and inspiring conversation with an assortment of celebrity guests…here’s our guest list for the first 3 weeks:
January 5th – Actress Troy Titus-Adams and Chef Lizette, Founder/Host of The Chef Network
January 12th – Comedians Lynne Roberts & Lauren Huffman and Fitness Guru Mandee Miller
January 19th – Recording Artist/Producer Moses Stone and Dancer/Yoga Teacher Jen Wycykal
Tola Talks about all things WTF today including the plane crash in Taiwan, the Chinese teen cutting his hand off to cure his Internet addiction, the 911 hero who saved a boy, plus the Super Bowl of Lip Syncs with Jimmy Fallon, Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell. Watch: youtube.com/tolatalks
Tola Talks about Google’s Eric Schmidt saying “the internet will disappear“, former college athletes suing because they didn’t get educated, and it’s Fitness Friday so get clued-in with some proper gym etiquette. Plus, a celebrity shout-out to the star of Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper, Bradley Cooper. Weekdays on youtube.com/tolatalks. Social: @richtola
Tola Talks about the New England Patriots and Deflategate, NASCAR’s Jeff Gordon’s retirement, and billionaires ironically calling for “less things and a smaller existence”. On Throwback Thursday, Rich also brings us back to the highlights of 2000 and the Dot Com crash – when his net worth went from $10,000,000 to less than Zero.