Florida based fitness model Robbie Gambrell is first time guest on Show Biz Weekly.
Born and raised in Michigan, the Shaver brothers (Travis and Thomas) arrived in New York last year with a mission. That mission was to start writing, recording, and performing music and their genius, and long time backgrounds in musicology delivered their new sound and the birth of “Boyfriend Genes” was launched. The Shaver bothers talents have garnered fresh music lovers with delightful genetic harmonies delivered by the boys. It’s literally difficult to tell them apart when they sing, and when their voices blend together a cacophony of sound fills your ears.
Adam Reeves is a San Francisco based filmmaker, producer, actor, director and writer. Why not? The excitement in Reeves’ voice is a revelation of what is possible. He gives us a thought provoking question with a subject never before asked in his film “My Brother’s Shoes”, a twist of fate story about two brothers, one gay and one straight. The SF Bay Area resident has produced and directed television and cable commercials for the last 15 years. He decided to extend his talents by first producing short films such as the thriller “Edward”, and then testing his skills at screen writing on full feature films such as the family film “December Dilemma” and the comedy “My Brother’s Shoes.”
This week on SBW is the cast and crew of 48hourfilm contest: Actors: Danny “Wulf” Hogan, Rachel Mentor, Angela DeGarmo, and DP Scott Baisden join Taylor Kelsaw and co-host, Rebel Picture's own Michael McCallum in the studio.
Trax A Trillion joins ShowBiz Weekly in the studio with an exclusive freestyle rap and more!
Taylor and Michael of Show Biz Weekly welcome Lansing friend Phil Denny back on to share all about an event happening in Lansing Saturday August 12, 2017.
It's Phil Denny's Inaugural Armory Smooth Jazz Fete he Fete will be held at the historic Armory located at 330 Marshall Street in Lansing, MI. Armory Smooth Jazz Fete aims to celebrate the properties rich heritage of community related events and activities which has not been done at this level in several years.
A fun and informative show for this episode of Show Biz Weekly with Taylor Kelsaw & Michael McCallum! They had on Detroit filmmakers Hamoody Jaafar and Dave Tappan talking about their films, Detroit Diamond and Chocolate and Cigarettes!
Show Biz weekly welcomes the stars of the short film 'Confidence of a Tall Man', including Lead actor De Marco, Papa, Orlich, join us for the hour with fantastic insight on the filming of a movie short.
Segment 3- JG: We join our next guest as he is on the road headed to an audition in Houston, TX. Here we catch up with first time guest, actor/director Joe Grisaffi. Joe’s films are cult favorites and have garnered the respect of many. Independent films attracted Grisaffi instantly, and he has worked on small productions to larger productions and finds that the work is work and sometimes his smaller films are much better received than the larger ones. Quality is in the story and how it touches the audience.