Dangerous Lee Live will return to the internet radio airwaves for one night only to promote the release of Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down, March 29th at 9pm EST on the Blog Talk Radio Network.
Lots of surprises are planned including Hassahn Phenomenon returning as co-host and the premiere of the Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down theme song .
When I began working for BlogTalkRadio last year, one of the first happy anniversary posts I wrote was for Dangerous Lee. Now, almost exactly a year later, I’m writing about Dangerous Lee again, only this time it’s bittersweet. Dangerous Lee is taking a hiatus from hosting her own BlogTalkRadio show. Tonight at 8:00, she offers her swan song.
As a writer, no one understands Dangerous Lee’s reason for leaving more than me. Writing is her passion too and she’s taking some time for herself and for her writing. “I suppose it’s been a long time coming.” She told me. “I have done the show for two straight years without a break and quite frankly I need one. I love writing. It’s my passion. And, after trying to get noticed by publishers without any luck it’s time for me to take control and make it happen for myself.” Honey, I hear that. Though she’s vague with the details, Dangerous Lee tells us she is writing a book filled with fictional short stories.
Dangerous Lee has many fond memories of her two years as weekly radio host for BlogTalkRadio and it’s hard for her to pinpoint a favorite moment. “Oh wow! There are so many.” She responded after I asked her to nail down a memory. “I can’t think of any that stick out more than others. It’s been a crazy ride with lots of twists and turns. I’ve had a ball!”
Though it’s sad that we won’t be listening to the Dangerous Lee show every Friday night, you can be assured she’ll still be around. “I will still be a part of The Radio Happy Hour every Tuesday night at 9pm. It’s the #1 comedy show on the network. I’d be a fool to leave Dr. Blogstein and Vinny all alone.” We agree. Some folks need a little supervision.
When asked if she had any final words for her listeners and the BlogTalkRadio community Dangerous Lee responded,”Thanks for listening. Thanks for the love and the support. I’ll miss you!”
Dangerous and HP talk to the author of “Shelter Me’ Juliette Fay, Larry Wilson Jr. discusses his book “Some Men Wear Panties”, and Shawn Kochinsky-Zanotti of Exact Publicity stops in with an update. The Dangerous Item of the Week is book Dangerous Waters – Modern Piracy and Terror on the High Seas.
Dangerous and HP talk to young filmmaker Ben Foster, owner of BLG Publishing Brandon Griffin, and Michael Porter the founder of CTC Designs hip hop sports apparel. The Dangerous Item of the Week is book Danger In A Red Dress.
Dangerous and HP talk to band 94 East and debut two lost tracks featuring Prince that are featured on their new CD. Author of book “Of Atlantis” Lanaia Lee was scheduled to appear but fell ill. The Dangerous Item of the Week is book Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea.
Dangerous and HP talk to consumer education writer from Suite 101 Marie Dubuque who tells us how to get free stuff in this crazy economy, Frederick Gooding from The Minority Reporter talks to us about race and movies, and our handwriting is analyzed by Treyce d’Gabriel. The Dangerous Item of the Week is Dangerous Curves by Lita Ford.
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Dangerous and HP talk to David Wood the author of Around the World in 80 Rounds, Jacob James the author of The Good Guise a book that identifies John Lennon and Paul McCartney as being the two witnesses that appear in The Bible at Revelation 11:3, and comedian and star of NBC’s Last Comic Standing Dante Rusciolelli. The Dangerous Item of the Week is book Darwin’s Dangerous Idea.
Dangerous and HP talk to Candra Palmer of Artyce Designs Shoes, Blog Talk Radio Host Jack Batcher talkS about his book Death of a Pop Star, and Melissa Pettignano tells us about her childrens book Suzanne Lantana. The Dangerous Item of the Week is The New Danger by Mos Def.
Dangerous and HP talk to singer/actress Katerina Graham. HP steps away and Dangerous talks to hip hop group The Astro Kids, and Donna Kalman of PerfectPlaceContest.com joins us to discuss how you can win the home of your dreams. Rapper Mic Mountain and Lamont Wright of Ankh Media Group also call in. The Dangerous Item of the Week is book The Dangerous Alphabet.
Dangerous and HP talk to music producer Duke Williams about his work on the new Bobby Valentino CD and his past work with Mya. HP also discusses hanging out at an Oscars afterparty and the Hip Hop 101 Tour with Ludacris & Common. The Dangerous Item of the Week is novel “A Dangerous Man”.
Dangerous and HP talk to author of Thank God for the Shelter Versandra Kennebrew, rapper Get Money Ovaall, and screenwriter and director simply known as Jane failed to make an appearance. The Dangerous Item of the Week is ebook Trading in Danger.
Dangerous and HP talk to Rosalind Worthy the executive director of Gospel Against AIDS, and comedienne Jen Kober. Dr. Blogstein stops by and Dangerous Lee also airs a segment on Black AIDS Awareness from a condom party at the University of Michigan – Flint. The Dangerous Item of the Week is music by Danger Doom.