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LOOK: It’s Thelma (Bernadette Stanis) from Good Times

El DeBarge Back on the Scene and Visits Radio’s Lenny Green
Legendary crooner El DeBarge is back in the saddle, hitting the promo trail for his upcoming new CD, “Second Chance,” due for release on September 28th.   DeBarge visited Lenny Green in New York, at his syndicated KISSing After Dark radio show, at the  Emmis Studios.   Shown, left to right: El DeBarge & Lenny Green.   Photo credit:   A.J. Miller.

Donnell Jones Takes New Single to Lenny Green’s KISSing After Dark
Popular R&B singer Donnell Jones took his new single, “Love Like This” to Lenny Green’s syndicated radio show,  KISSing After Dark, recently, to give Lenny and his listeners a taste of what’s to come on his upcoming new  CD, which  he’ll release on his own label,  Cand yman Music.   Shown, left to right: Lenny Green & Donnell Jones.   Photo credit:  A.J. Miller.
Lenny Green Welcomes Kem to KISSing After Dark
Soulful vocalist Kem, whose “Intimacy: Album III” CD was recently released, dropped by the New York Emmis Studios, to visit with Lenny Green at his syndicated KISSing After Dark show.   Kem’s hit single “Why Would You Stay” is a favorite and beautifully paved the way for the CD’s release.   Shown, left to right: Kem’s manager Toya Hankins,  Lenny Green and Kem.   Photo credit: A.J. Miller.

Two television sitcom vets  catch up  with radio’s Lenny Green

Lenny Green’s syndicated show KISSing After Dark was recently graced with a visit by two television sitcom veterans, who are still going strong.   Actress BernNadette Stanis, best known as the beautiful sibling Thelma from “Good Times” is now a busy author, poet and motivational speaker.   Actor Ernest Thomas, best known as Raj from “What’s Happening” and as Mr. Omar from “Everybody Hates Chris” to newer  fans, is still a busy  film and tv actor.   Shown, left to right: Ernest Thomas, BernNadette Stanis, Lenny Green and  Lenny’s engineer, Global Vito.   Photo credit: A.J. Miller.

CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.