LaMet Wilson One day, the FCC knocked on his front door and asked him very politely to cease transmitting because it is against the FCC Rules and Regulations to broadcast without proper permits. LaMet complied but never gave up on the idea of owning his own radio station. A friend later told him about a radio station operating in San Bernardino, California called KTOT-FM. He began working 12:00AM-5:00AM, and he replaced the Program Director within two months. KTOT gave him the opportunity to give serious young disc jockeys a chance to get on-air experience. He also enjoyed the chance to meet and work with some beautiful people, including Rahsaan Jackson, who now works with LaMet at KEPX Radio. LaMet left KTOT as Program Director to go back to driving a bus.
While still residing in Los Angeles, he continued to pursue his dreams, and he began recording a three-hour radio show for Community Radio XHIM, located in San Diego, California. Soon afterwards, he started working for “The Soul Express” in Los Angeles, and from there, he workied with S J Chestnut founder of KFBBI, also known as “The Funky Boggie Brothers, Inc.” mobile radio communication disc jockeys in Inglewood, CA.
He finally decided to leave radio to pursue other business ventures. He owned a panty hose company called Peacock Hosiery and a tour bus company, named Alymet Express. He is also the co-founder of PEP Wireless, but he could never get radio out of his blood. This journey of birth and rebirth has brought him to where he is today, with an unstoppable zest to start a 24-hour radio station designed to uplift people through Inspirational Music, Gospel, Quiet Storm, Neo-Soul, Smooth Jazz, R & B, and Motivational Talk. Thus the name “KEPX” means Knowledge Empowering People Extraordinaire. The 10.5 means that, on a scale from 1 to 10, we are 10.5!
That is how a disc jockey named CAPTAIN MET was born.
Lady Dee Diane is Founder and CEO of Unlimited Lifestyles and Entertainment, which is comprised of several different entities: Fitness/Nutrition and Lifestyle, Document Processing Services, and Promotions/Productions and Management. She has been producing and promoting events since 1988 and has managed several local groups and artists in San Diego.
Diane started “Dream Journey, Inc. in 2010, when she realized that she was on a journey to reach her dreams, as well as on a mission to help others to reach their dreams too.
Dee-Lightful Gospel – 10:00AM – 1:00PM (PST) Sunday Talkin Bout Time (TBT) w/Lady Dee - 8pm-10pm (PST) Tuesday The Place To Be w/Lady Dee - 8pm - 10pm (PST) Thursday Unsigned Hype Nyte w/Lady Dee - 8pm-10pm (PST) Friday Way Back When w/Lady Dee - 8pm - 10pm (PST) Saturday email@example.com
Shouting Sister Gail Began radio and television experience in the 1986. Gail received her radio name Shouting Sister Gail from her colleages in Chicago due to her dancing in the spirit. Shouting Sister Gail has work with WKGA Gurnee, IL, WOUI Chicago, WCIU Channel 26 Chicago, KUCB Des Monies, IA, BET Local Channel in Little Rock, AR, KCHL AM Gospel 1480 in San Antonio, TX. Shouting Sister Gail host SUNRISE GOSPEL SHOW weekday mornings "Sunrise Gospel" Show 4:00a8:00a pst on KEPX 10.5 San Diego, CA www.kepxradio.com
Rahsaan Jackson Shortly thereafter, Rahsaan founded Communicators Workshop, an organization that specialized in helping people in the radio industry with information about job opportunities and changes and trends in the broadcast community.
Rahsaan is CEO/Owner of eMarketing Consultants Group, which is based in Southern California. Rahsaan has been involved in internet marketing for more than seven years, during which time he has developed the expertise necessary to create meaningful solutions for our customers. We offer complete website solutions for small businesses, including website development, marketing, search engine optimization, and mobile text marketing consulting.
Doug Scott One Mardi Gras morning when Douglas was visiting relatives in New Orleans, he had a fateful meeting with what he felt were divine sights and sounds – a Mardi Gras Indian Parade! Douglas joined the crowd and second-lined in the parade to the end of the route. After talking to some of the performers, he decided to photograph the Mardi Gras Indians’ yearly contribution to costume design and the New Orleans Carnival Tradition.The soulful and heavenly sights and sounds changed Douglas’s life for a long time to come.
At Mardi Gras in 2004, Douglas had another fateful meeting in New Orleans.He met Teri Massoth, Director of Dancing Planet, a dance education program for elementary and middle school students in Oakland and San Francisco, California. His documentary photography focusing on the Mardi Gras Indian Tradition is included in Dancing Planet’s curriculum.
During February 2007, the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, displayed scenes from Douglas Scott’s video work. The scenes focused on a Mardi Gras Indian dance battle filmed in 2005 in Mardi Gras Day.The video work was included in an exhibit about Mardi Gras Indian costume design.In April of 2007, Douglas Scott went to New Orleans and filmed the documentary video, “Our Hero, Eddison Schexnayder”.The piece is a video tribute about a man’s heroism towards family, friends, and himself - before, during, and after Hurricane Katrina. For further information contact Douglas Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org. All Hit Noon Hour 12 Noon – 2PM Jazz Man 2pm - 4:00PM (PST) Monday - Friday
KJ Master’s of Public Administration, Texas State University, San Marcus, Texas 1992 Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey 1977.
Afrikahn By Joey Brite Behind the Curtain Productions Afrikahn J. Dayvs@Bajaba7 Producer/Host: Producing, Promoting, Presenting & Performing since 1969 W/ Bands, Club DJ, Com. Radio, & now Public Radio, 4 more info go to my web site. Bay Area (No. California) jzl1.wordpress.com
Masters of Jazz Ordained MoJo - 11Pm - 12 Mid-Night (PST) Monday - Saturday
Pearl Classy Lady Pearl retired from Public Service Electric and Gas Co. in New Brunswick NJ after 32 years of service. She was also employed by Proctor and Gamble as a merchandiser for the past 10 years. Additionally, she has worked as a travel agent and tour operator for over 25 years.
At the age of eleven, Pearl accepted Christ as her personal Saviour and joined The Manassa Hill Baptist Church in Amelia VA where she served as a Junior Usher and Junior Choir member. After relocating back to New Jersey, she joined First Baptist Church in Somerset, NJ and remained a member for twenty-nine years. While at First Baptist, she sang in two choirs and was the founding president of The January Birthday Club. Currently she is a member of The Macedonia O.F.W. Baptist Church of Piscataway, NJ where she serves as president of The Mass Choir and treasurer of The Missionaries.
Pearl is founding president of The Central Jersey Benefit Society, Inc.established in 1987. She led the organization for the initial ten years and currently holds the position again after reclaiming it again in 2007.
Pearl is mother to two sons : Raymar Scurry (deceased) and Jason Scurry; grandmother to Javon "Munchkin" Scurry and is a fill-in grandmother for her "Best Buddy Nephew" Eshaya Draper.
Her favorite past-time is traveling. Her greatest purpose in life can be summed up in the words of the song "If I can help somebody as I pass along, then my living shall not be in vain".
Shawn Cornelius During his tenure, Shawn Cornelius has performed at the hottest comedy clubs throughout the world, unlimited amount of colleges, as well as a variety of special events. Comedy clubs such as Ha Comedy Club, Caroline's, Boston Comedy Club, Comedy House Theater and Improv in New York have requested Shawn Cornelius to partner with them to host and develop numerous comedy shows. He has appeared at over 250 colleges nationally and internationally as well as performed in over twenty plays. He has been the opening act for Keith Sweat, The Isley Brothers, Jaheim, Gerald Lavert, Phil Perry and many more. His television credits include BET Comic View All Star (5x), NBC's Law & Order and Law & Order SVU. Shawn also produces and host a weekly radio show called the Comedy Spillage Radio Show. He appeared in a short film called "A Doubting Thomas/Footprints" in which he starred as Rev. Thomas Tillman. NOW...he delivers A Romantic Journey, his first music project!
Shawn also is a force behind the scenes of many of his projects. He has directed four of his music videos including Back In My Arms, 365 Love Night and Day, Beautiful Night of Making Love and his most recent 2014 All These Things. Shawn created, wrote, produced, directed and hosts his own web series: The Romantic Funnyman presents Expressions of Love & Romance The Romantic Tip of The Week. Also he became a published author in 2014 when he wrote his first book, “The Romantic Funnyman presents Expressions of Love and Romance”. Shawn is also the host/producer of his new radio show Expressions of Love & Romance The Radio Show. This is an internet radio show that airs on KEPX RADIO ON THE INTERNET and also his website shawncorneliusentertainment.com. Shawn has starred in several stage plays including Best Kept Secrets and will star in the upcoming play Long Road To Nowhere in Sept 2014.
Expressions of Love and Romances – 10:00PM – 11:00PM (PST) Monday - Saturday
Jo Anne Hooks Husband: Lee Andrew Hooks Daughter: Rhonda Shauntae Ramsey Grandchildren: Chaquita Shaunye’ Johnson, Rodney Dwayne Page, Jr., Anthony Davonte Ramsey, Lamont Terrell Ramsey, Great-grand children: Kahmari Jolee’n & Khalil Taeshawn Page Master’s Degree in Theology, Became a member of Faith Chapel Church of God in Christ in 1995 under the leadership of Bishop Roy and First Lady Starrie Dixon in the city of San Diego, CA
Supervisor of The Southern California Fourth Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction (The Women’s Department Leader of 34 Churches in the Church of God in Christ). Evangelist Missionary, Youth Church Mother at her local church, Faith Chapel C.O.G.I.C. (1997 – 1999), President of Women of Vision Outreach Ministry, Faith Chapel C.O.G.I.C.
Chaplain, Polinsky Children’s Center, President of “Calling All Mothers” (CAM), Bible Studies Administrator in three Recovery Centers,Founder of “San Diego Youth, Explosion” Youth Revival, Founder of “The San Diego Women’s Explosion”, Founder of “The San Diego Men’s Explosion”, Producer of “Women of Vision Television Ministry” broadcast on three channels in the county of San Diego.
CEO: Seeking for the Future, Inc. CEO: The Men & Women of Vision Bible College
The Author of 3 books based on her life entitled, “I Don’t Take it Lightly” was released in 2006 the “Root of Bitterness Workbook” released in 2009 & “A Bitter Disease Called Unforgiveness” released in 2012.
Ministry Theme: “It’s All About Love” (1 Corinthians 13), Mnistry Goal: To be the greatest soul winner that God will have her to be Favorite Song: “Somebody Prayed For Me”. Favorite Scripture: Psalm 23