Talking with My Lawyers - (1st & 4th Saturdays 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm)
Attorney Alisia Adamson is a founder and the Marketing Director at Hylton Adamson Watson, PLLC also known as HAWM Law (Having an Attorney When it Matters) and serves as a legal analyst for several national and local news stations and is an in-house legal expert for NBC affiliate WESH 2 News. Attorney Kafi D. Kennedy Swanson serves Of Counsel at HAWM LAW, where she handles cases in Criminal and Family Law. Attorney Kennedy Swanson is also the owner of The KDKS Law Firm, P.A. She has handled over 3,400 cases including trials, motions, violations of probation, sentences, and appeals. Attorney Sasha Watson is Chair of the Immigration Practice Group at Hylton, Adamson Watson, PLLC. She assist individuals with immigration process, including, but not limited to, family petitions, employment petitions, removal proceedings and naturalization. Attorney Shannon N. Davis at Hylton Adamson Watson, focuses primarily on Civil Law, in the areas of Bankruptcy, Foreclosure Defense, Business, Entertainment and Contracts. Her goal in the practice of law is to educate, equip, and enable clients to navigate wisely through their legal matters.
Love Doctor - (Tues. 7pm - 10 pm & Friday 9pm-Midnight)
Shallm Peets, from the beautiful Caribbean Island of Antigua & Barbuda and is known on the radio as Love Doctor. I started in Radio in 1979, hanging around with the Great Al Jackson at ZDK radio in Antigua that’s when my love for radio broadcasting grew. I migrated to the United States in 1987 and continued following with the Caribbean radio scene with AM-1190 WLIB NY. I then relocated to Orlando, FL in 1997, playing on Friday nights for 1440 AM & 1600 AM and then onto WOKB 1680 AM. I now joined the Island Beat Radio Family on WOTS 1220 AM, where the love for music has Kept me grounded in the Carribean scene and now you can check me out each and every Tuesday 7pm - 10pm, Friday 9pm - 12midnight on www.IslandBeatRadio.net known as DJ.LuvDocta on the Radio Segment Carribean Melting Pot.
Ladies Chat Room along with DJ Code Red - (Saturday's 12 noon - 2:00pm)
Lyma Dunbar, a woman with an artistic personality and sultry vocal style that astounds audiences nationally and internationally, began her vocal career at the tender age of six in the Rep. of Trinidad & Tobago, her country of origin. After winning the Jaycees Teen Queen Title, Lyma's professional career took off with a bang, with a total of five years vocal training under her belt, Lyma who is also an accomplished guitarist, went on to perform in the Trinidad & Tobago Music Festival, winning the Cup for Folk Song Solo nationwide and placing 3rd in the mezzo-soprano category. She joined ‘Shandileer’ one of the country's top performing bands, simultaneously mastering the art of doing jingles and commercials before migrating to the.....Read More
DJ Pantastic "Rocking it with Pan" - (Sundays from 2pm - 4 pm)
My name is Lloyd, born in TunaPuna, Trinidad, where I had the opportunity to learn some of my Indian & African culture and still have the passion for Steel Pan Music. Most of my friends are back home and here in the United State, which they remember me from Brooklyn for sharing compiling Pan music on cassettes tapes. I knew I had talent in steel pan music, by playing at a few parties when the crowd commended me on playing pan music, which can related to dancing and also your listening pleasure. So, I created a name for myself as DJ Pantastic. We all are talented and need some motivation. I know everyone listening will enjoy the musical talent I bring to the listening audience of Island Beat Radio. The name of my show is called...Rocking it with Pan..which includes..Calypso, Soca Parang, Pan version of...Soca ,R&B, Reggae, Latin, Jazz, Indian, Christmas & Gospel. I'm proud to be a DJ and part of the team on Island Beat Radio.
Uncle Bob "Smooth Groove" - (Saturday 7am-9am, Sundays 4pm-7pm & Tuesdays 4pm-7pm)
My Name is Walter "Uncle Bob" Foster Alias Bob, born in Rock-Fort, Kingston, Jamaica. I grew up hanging around sound systems, then a group of friends and I started a disco sound by the name of Soul Syndicate. We played in clubs and parties after migrating to Brooklyn NY. I then started playing at 90.3 FM.....W.M.S.C a college radio station in Patterson, NJ. I relocated to Florida in November 2006, after listing to other radio stations. I discovered Island Beat Radio on 1220 AM and met Tobago John. After 4 years, I started playing music on Island Beat Radio 1220 AM in 2011, because of my love for music so, I continued on the online internet radio station www.islandbeatradio.net and you will be listening to Smooth Groove with Glorifying Gospel each and every Saturday mornings from 7am-9am, Smooth Groove on Sundays 4pm-7pm and Back in Time Collectors Reggae Edition on Tuesdays from 4pm - 7pm. You can reach me in studio at (863) 205-0935.
Welcome to Island Beat Radio!
Island Beat started first as I-Land Rebels on 1440 AM on Friday nights from 10pm – midnight back in 1999, and now we will be streaming online with the latest genre of music 24/7 along with our online DJ's everyday. Check out our"DJ's Profiles"page, check "DJ Schedule"on which DJ's is On Air, list of upcomingEvents and new Artist/Videos. Don't forget Island Beat Radio is "The Beat of the Street!"
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The Caribbean Melting Pot with DJ Tobago & Queen Hearts
(Saturday's 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm)
Am DJ Tobago John go as far back as I could remember, he always had a love for music. It didn’t matter what kind kind of music as long as it sounded good I would listen because music is the universal language. Growing up living in a house with a father as a DJ I was exposed to and intrigued with the art form. I started play music at the age of 18 while living in Brooklyn, New York. I partnered up with a good friend named Christopher Charles and we play for parties using the name of Double Explosion. In the early 1990’s I hooked up with a group we called “Ole Face” on Church Ave & E 94th St. in Brooklyn, NY. What started off as old talk about being on the radio became a reality when I moved to Orlando, Fl. When I arrived in Florida for a while I went by the name JMJ which stood for Jam Master Jay but that was be... Read More