Minister Anthony Valary has exhibited both leadership skills as well as communication skills since his high school days at Evan E. Worthing High School, These natural talents and abilities were developed during his tenure at Texas Southern University in the field of Telecommunications. Poised, confident, high energy radio host with 20 years of using strong speaking voice to create quality broadcast, and productions for a variety of stations, as well as clients for numerous formats. Anthony accepted the call to the ministry at the age of 16 serving as assistant pastor and youth director at the Grace Missionary Baptist Church in Houston, Texas under the leadership of Pastor John Murdock. Av began his outstanding career in broadcasting as an intern at KYOK Faith Broadcasting in May 1997. Anthony A.V VALARY is passionate about ministry, radio and music. He has worked with some of the biggest names in Christian music and is responsible for many successful singles on the Billboard Gospel charts. Anthony has been in ministry for over 30 years, and the radio industry for well over Two decade specializing in Broadcasting, promotion, marketing and problem solving. He also co/hosted the #1 syndicated inspiration show on Radio One “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show heard in over 50+ markets across the globe. Av is currently an On-Air Host/Technician for The Tom Joyner Morning Show on Houston’s number 1 station. KMJQ Majic 102 FM. AV is an associate minister at Silverlake Church under the leadership of Pastor Reginald Devaughn. Minister Valary continues to be a force in ministry and broadcasting; he uses both as an outlet to unite communities, bring healing, hope and encouragement. @Avontvandradio
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TLC is back, but they said that they aren’t the same without Left Eye.
During a recent interview, T-Boz spoke on their fans naming their new album, saying, “We always listen to our fans because they really inspire us because they are half of the reason why we are still doing this.”
They also spoke on the music industry. Chilli said, “Unfortunately, no matter how hard you’ve worked and the doors you’ve opened and the records you’ve broken. All that kind of stuff, you’re only as good as your last album or whatever it was.” On Left Eye’s presence on the new album, T-Boz continued, “We’re trying to still figure something out, but if not we’ll try to do interludes and everything we can. But either way, we keep her memory alive through our music, through our shows and we incorporate her through everything in any way we can.”
She added, “We’re clear TLC ain’t the same since Lisa died, we’re not like … crazy but at the end of the day this is our new normal.”