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The Denise Hill Experience

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I will consider Israel to be my brother for life. I had the honor of introducing the world to his music many years ago. In an exchange of sorts, his music and the words of wisdom he sowed into me over the years continues to feed my spirit and e
Les Brown is a Hall of Fame speaker and one of the best motivators to ever grab a microphone. He has inspired me, mentored me, and trusted me to train his speakers under his name. You can read about our decades long journey together in my book,
What fun hanging out with the legendary, Cece Peniston. She is far more than the classic song, Finally. She is a woman of deep belief in herself, others, and the possibilities of life, love, and music. The best part was to find out she is a fit
Rev. Timothy Wright's music and legacy continues to impact the lives of so many. I was fortunate to have so many great conversations and experiences with him. In this episode I share the first and only major radio interview he did about his mem
While at XM, I was able to interview Kelly Price. She was promoting her new Christmas project, but no way I could get a voice like hers in my studio and not ask her about the influence gospel music has had on her life in and out of the industry
During his promo tour for The Gospel According to Jazz II, I got to sit down with jazz great, Kirk Whalum, and talk to him about music, the church, the plight of musicians, music mentoring, and more. This is definitely one of my top 5 interview
What an honor to sit with the man that most influenced my style as a radio personality. I could talk to Donnie Simpson all day. While I didn't have all day, we did get in convo about his time in radio, what he thinks about the direction of musi
2004, Deitrick Haddon was on a promo tour for his new project "Crossroads." He had already stirred up plenty of controversy among those who felt his brand of gospel and entertainment was too worldly. In the years to come, he would stir up much
2002, Bishop Carlton Pearson had a shift in his spiritual philosophy. He began to preach about his Gospel of Inclusion. As a result, he began to lose everything he spent decades building. February 2004, when the African American church was at t
What an honor to sit with the legendary Lady Tramaine Hawkins in 2007. We talked about the industry, singing gospel music in clubs, her decades of success, and surviving divorce. This was one of the most personally encouraging conversations I h
My interview of a lifetime with the legendary artist, producer, writer, and more, Fred Hammond, during his Pages of Life 3 promo tour. It was the first of many, but for me remains the most unforgettable.
Ben Tankard on his music, his church, his family, and his reality show, Thicker Than Water.
The One with Tuskegee Airman, William Fauntroy by Denise Hill
Grammy-award winning singer, Erica Campbell, talks about her music, her new businesses, becoming a 1st lady, dealing with criticism, and balancing it all.
One of many interview opportunities I would have with Kirk Franklin. It is always get to hear his insight on scripture, the church, and the state of gospel music.
Israel Houghton of Israel & New Breed talks about the New Breed concept, the call to go global, and the sound of glory that comes from a global music ministry.
He was a rising music star in the late 90's but the new millennium brought lawsuits, drama, and a test of his faith. Kirk Franklin talks about what he learned from those few years and how they brought him closer to God.
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