UPFRONT/Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry

Saturdays 9:00am

UPFRONT/Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry takes an in-depth look at Atlanta’s arts and entertainment scene including TV, film, theater, music and more. UPFRONT features one-on-one interviews with all of the major players and the behind-the-scenes influencers that make ATL Hollywood South.

This week’s UPFRONT is so lit! Triple threat performer Mya stopped by to talk about her 20th anniversary in the entertainment industry as well as her new album, TKO and new TV series 5th Ward.  

Jazz trumpeter Joe Gransden is in the studio to talk about his new album, Go Getta along with the High Museum’s Noelle Jones, who talked about their new exhibitions. 

This week's edition of UPFRONT features my red carpet interviews with the cast of John Singleton’s dramatic series, “Snowfall.” The show returns to FX for a second season beginning this Thursday, July 19 at 10 p.m.

I also chat with actress and gospel music sensation Latrice Pace about starring in the Actor’s Express new production of “The Color Purple.” She also opens up about her new single, "Shadow" and her Broadway aspirations. 

Check out last weekend’s edition of UPFRONT Inside Atlanta’s Entertainment Industry. It features my exclusive black carpet interviews from the Atlanta premiere of Superfly.

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Today's UPFRONT was on fiyah! It featured my one-on-one interviews with Broadway actress Terry Burrell, iconic film actor Omar Epps and the Official Soul Sisters - Keisha Jackson, Heather Hayes and Dr. Yamma Brown. 

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Just in case you missed it, here is this week's editon of UPFRONT Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry.

It features my one-on-one interviews with the cast of TNTs Claws, World of Dance judge and Grammy-winning performer Ne-Yo, Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and Emil Thomas, artistic director of Marietta's New Theatre in the Square. Thomas discusses his current production of August Wilson's Fences.

I also played some great music from Sade, Ne-Yo, Incognito and Kathleen Bertrand. 

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