Interviewees

Dr. Victor Archibong is from Nigeria, Africa. He teaches Comparative politics, African politics, and genocide at Greensboro College. In Superpower he discusses war, genocide, and US involvement in world affairs, as well as world opinion about the US government and American citizens.

 

Superpower Bill Blum

Bill Blum is an American author, and critic of United States Foreign Policy. In Superpower; he relates his first-hand knowledge about the inner workings of government and warns of its dangers. A former State Department employee, he left the organization in 1967 due to his opposition to the Vietnam War. From 1972 to 1973 Blum was stationed in Chile, where he reported on the Allende government's "socialist experiment". In the mid-1970's, he worked in London with ex-CIA agent Philip Agee and his associates. Agee wrote a critique of CIA operations in his book, "Inside the Company: CIA Diary". There was much controversy that arose from disclosing names of agents, but more importantly, there was revelation at underhanded government activities. Blum was also controversial as the founder and editor of the "Washington Free Press", one of the many newspapers in the loosely organized U.S. underground press in the 1960s and 1970s that opposed the Vietnam War. Blum devotes substantial attention to CIA interventions and assassination plots.

Superpower Dr. Deena Burris

Dr. Deena Burris is a Visiting Instructor of Management at Guilford College. She teaches Business Economics, and Global Perspectives. In Superpower Burris discusses global hegemony of the US in world trade and economic stability in various global regions, and problems with NAFTA and CAFTA.

 

Superpower Max Carter

Dr. Max Carter is the Director of the Friends Center, Campus Ministry Coordinator, and Director of Quaker Studies at Guilford College. He was raised in a Quaker farming community in Indiana, declared his conscientious objection to war to his draft board and performed alternative service at the Friends Schools in Ramallah, Palestine. Since that exposure to the conflict in the Middle East, he has returned regularly to the region with groups to volunteer at the Friends Schools and learn from the Israeli and Palestinian peace communities. Carter has a B.A. in German from Ball State; a Master of Ministry from the Earlham School of Religion; and a Ph.D. in American Religious History from Temple University. He has traveled in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Gaza, the West Bank, Palestine, and Israel. In Superpower Carter explains that after speaking with heads of state and many locals in the region, he believes US intervention into Iraq was predictably disastrous. It exacerbated the problems there and increased the conflict. He states that US involvement in Iraq has destabilized the moderate government and caused great hardship for the people there. Carter believes that the current US administration has callously used the war in Iraq to further their own political gain.

Superpower Dr. Noam Chomsky

Dr. Noam Chomsky is an Institute Professor Emeritus of Linguistics at MIT; political analyst of US foreign policies and military interventionism; and an author. Chomsky was cited as a source more often than any other living scholar during the 1980 - 1992 time period. He became prominent as a war-tax protester in 1967 after being arrested with Norman Mailer as part of the protest leaders known as the "Boston 5". In Superpower Chomsky states on camera that the people of the US are the freest in the world but the most indoctrinated. Chomsky discusses the control and effect of media as well as some of the suppressed actions and interventions by the US on foreign governments.

Superpower Dr. Michel Chossudovsky

Dr. Michel Chossudovsky is a professor at the University of Ottawa, Canada. He has taught as visiting professor at academic institutions in Western Europe, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. He has also acted as economic adviser to governments of developing countries, and has worked as a consultant for international organizations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the African Development Bank, the United Nations African Institute for for Economic Development and Planning (AIEDEP), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the International Labor Organization (ILO), the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). In 1999, Chossudovsky joined the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research as an adviser. Chossudovsky is past president of the Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. He is a member of research organizations that include the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER), the Geopolitical Drug Watch (OGD)(Paris), and the International People's; Health Council (IPHC). He is an active member of the anti-war movement in Canada. Chossudovsky is editor for the Center for Research on Globalization. He has written several books that address climate change weapons, economic development, globalization, world economy, and international financial institutions. In Superpower Chossudovsky discussed the topics from his research and how power can and has been abused, causing economic instability globally.

Superpower Congressman Howard Coble

Congressman Howard Coble represents the 6th District of North Carolina. He is the senior member on the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security. The United States Chamber of Commerce presented Representative Howard Coble (R-NC-6) with its annual "Spirit of Enterprise" award for his strong voting record on critical business issues in the second session of the 109th Congress. In Superpower Congressman Coble defends the Patriot Act but holds that the American people need to safeguard their liberties against terrorism. He believes that the American people are the most generous of people and he is proud to be an American citizen.

Superpower Dr. Miriam Cooke

Dr. Miriam Cooke teaches Literature on Middle East Women, Islamic feminists at Duke University. She received the dubious honor of being on the 100 Most Dangerous Professors List for advocating for Islamic women. In Superpower Cooke discusses women's rights in the Middle East, how western pop culture influences people in the that region, disinformation by the US media about US military interventionism in the Middle East, and how the people in the Middle East are keenly aware of agendas by the US government.

Superpower Adriana Cortés-Jiménez

Adriana Cortés-Jiménez is the Directora General de Fundación Comunitaria Del Bajío, in Irapuato, México. In Superpower she talks about immigration, and the problems brought about by NAFTA. The Foundation, formally came into being in October 1997, when the Guanajuato State Government, led by Governor Fox, inspired a group of local business leaders to create a community foundation to raise funds to help Greater Irapuato. The region around Irapuato had benefited from the rapid development of commercial fruit and vegetable production and the growth of industrial and clothing assembly (maquiladora) plants. However, there was concern that more people living at or near the poverty line would detriment the whole community. The Foundation was fortunate to obtain the services of Adriana Cortés-Jiménez, a long-term resident of Irapuato and civil society leader, as the Executive Director. The Synergos Institute has been invited to support the new foundation as part of the efforts to nurture new approaches to community philanthropy throughout Mexico.

Justice Henry E. Frye

Justice Henry E. Frye holds an impressive list of firsts for the state. In 1968 he became the first African-American to serve in the North Carolina House of Representatives in the Twentieth Century. He later gained a seat in the North Carolina Senate. In 1983, Frye became the first African-American to serve on the Supreme Court of North Carolina. Then in September 1999, he was appointed by Governor Jim Hunt to serve as the first African-American Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. In Superpower Justice Frye implores citizens to know the Constitution and be active participants in our political and judicial systems.

Superpower Dr. Robert J. Griffiths

Dr. Robert J. Griffiths is an Associate Professor in Political Science at UNCG. He teaches comparative and international politics, and civil-military relations. His specialty is in comparative politics of Africa, and in particular, South Africa. In Superpower Griffiths comments on US military interventionism and the struggle for independence in third world countries.

 

Superpower Dr. Tadeusz Grygier, J.D.

Dr. Tadeusz Grygier is an Emeritus Professor of Criminology at the University of Ottawa. He was an attorney who became a political prisoner and a survivor of the Soviet Archipelago Gulag. He now teaches Criminology, Total Domination, Totalitarian Panopticon and Bio-Power Politics (regulations of life such as forced population control, genocide, euthanasia), and Global Movement Dynamics. In Superpower Grygier discusses the ethics of rendition in comparison to Stalin's tactics.

 

Superpower Eric L. Haney

Command Sergeant Major (Ret) Eric L. Haney served for more than 20 years, in the Army's most demanding combat units as a Combat Infantryman, Ranger and ultimately a founding member of the Army's super-secret counter-terrorist arm, Delta Force. In Superpower Haney discusses many issues regarding military interventionism, ethics, and the effects US foreign policies have had on the rest of the world. Haney is the author of Inside Delta Force: The Story of America's Elite Counter-terrorist Unit. The CBS series "The Unit" is that story brought to life.

 

Superpower Katy Harriger

Dr. Katy Harriger Chair of the Dept. of Political Science at Wake Forest University. She is also Director of the university's Teaching and Learning Center. Her current research focuses on American constitutional law and the Independent Counsel Statute. She has written widely about American governance and government ethics. Dr. Harriger is presently teaching a seminar that includes presidential wartime powers and the separation of powers. In Superpower Harriger warns about the expansion of presidential powers in the guise if national security or alleged emergencies to justify a broadened exercise of power.

Superpower Jack Hoffmann

Jack Hoffmann; was one of the "Transport Kinders" from the WWII Holocaust, and is a world history expert who gives lectures on historical and current events. In Superpower Hoffmann talks about first world countries not preventing genocide in the 40's or now, citing the Albanian genocide, the Darfur genocide, oil motives by the US and Great Britain, and the problems with global hegemony and military dominance.

 

Superpower Dr. Ole Holsti

Dr. Ole Holsti is with the Triangle Institute for Security Studies and Duke University. In Superpower Holsti talks about public opinion and US foreign policy, Transnational Threats, Military Strategies, Armed Conflict, and Security Implications. Dr. Holsti was a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and he was a Guggenheim Fellow in 1981-82. Holsti contends that the September 11 terrorist attacks resulted in almost universal outpourings of sympathy and support for the U.S. But in the five years since then, the public in most countries, including America's closest allies, have become highly critical of the U.S., some of its institutions and, most especially, of its foreign policies. He said the negative opinions can largely be traced to the war in Iraq. "Most publics abroad believe that U.S. pays little or no attention to the vital interests of other countries, and that the war in Iraq is a diversion from, rather than a contribution to, defeating terrorist organizations,". International surveys reveal a few bright spots, including favorable opinions of the American people, economic opportunities in this country, and American science and technology. Holsti's forthcoming book focuses on the way people abroad view the U.S., and why they hold these views.

Dr. Ole Holsti's famous father was, Eino Rudolf Waldemar Holsti, who was first Foreign Minister of Finland after the War, a member of the Finnish Parliament; Diplomatic Representative in London; President of the Finnish Delegation to the Versailles Peace Conference; Minister of Foreign Affairs; represented Finland in the Baltic Conference of Ministers of Foreign Affairs; Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Estonia and Latvia; Permanent Delegate tot he League of Nations and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Switzerland; Finnish delegate at all Assemblies of the League of Nations; served on many commissions and committees of the League for disarmament and security problems; represented Finland at the world Disarmament Conference in Geneva; served as vice-president of the third commission of the Assembly of the League in 1922 and as its President in 1937. He was the representative of his government at the conference of the Pan-European Union; Minister of Foreign Affairs; represented his country in all the conferences of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the North European States; represented the President of Finland at the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in London; President of the Finnish Delegation to the Tercentenary Festivals in Delaware and Pennsylvania. He came to the United States and became acting professor of political science at Stanford.

Dr. Holsti's daughter, Malawi, joined the Peace Corps. Her photo with several children she met is featured in the film.

Superpower Dr. Chalmers A. Johnson

Dr. Chalmers A. Johnson is an author and Professor Emeritus of the University of California, San Diego. Johnson was featured in the Eugene Jarecki-directed film "Why We Fight", which won the 2005 Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. He has written numerous books including, most recently, three examinations of the consequences of "American Empire", "Blowback", "The Sorrows of Empire", and "Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic". In Superpower Johnson states the enforcement of American hegemony over the world constitutes a new form of global empire. Whereas traditional empires maintained control over subject peoples via colonies, since World War II the US has developed a vast system of hundreds of military bases around the world where it has strategic interests. A long-time "Cold Warrior", Johnson experienced a political awakening after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, noting that instead of demobilizing its massive armed forces, the U.S. accelerated its reliance on military solutions to problems both economic and political. The result of this militarism (as distinct from actual domestic defense) is more terrorism against the US and its allies, the loss of core democratic values at home, and an eventual disaster for the American economy.

Superpower Dr. Jeff W. Jones

Dr. Jeff W. Jones is a professor at UNCG where he teaches Contemporary World History since 1945: Political, social, and economic forces affecting Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe. In Superpower Jones discusses issues including the Cold War, imperialism, nationalism, terrorism, World War II, and US hegemony. Dr. Jones believes that the US government allowed Pearl Harbor to occur and dropped the bombs on Japan not to end the war but to flex our muscle to the world, and in particular, the USSR, that we are the number one superpower. Jones explains the unnecessary manufactured war in Kosovo as a justification for NATO.

Superpower Kathy Kelly

Kathy Kelly is an American peace activist, pacifist, three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee and one of the founders of Voices for Creative Non-Violence. In 1988 she was sentenced to one year in prison for planting corn on nuclear missile silo sites. Kelly served nine months of the sentence in Lexington KY maximum security prison. She has taught in Chicago area community colleges and high schools since 1974. From 1980 through 1986 Kelly taught at St. Ignatius College Prep in Chicago, Illinois. She is active with the Catholic Worker Movement, and as a pacifist and war tax refuser, has refused payment of all Federal income tax for 25 years. Kelly helped organize and participated in nonviolent direct action teams in Haiti in the summer of 1994, Bosnia in August, 1993 and December, 1992, and Iraq with the Gulf Peace Team in 1991. In April of 2002, she was among the first internationals to visit the Jenin camp in the Occupied West Bank. In the spring of 2004, she served three months at Pekin federal prison for crossing the line as part of an ongoing effort to close an army military combat training school at Fort Benning, GA. In Superpower Kelly discusses the effects of US sanctions in Iraq, the quest for oil, and activism.

Superpower Dr. Sergei Khrushchev

Dr. Sergei Khrushchev is a professor at the Watson Institute of International Studies at Brown University. His father, Nikita Khrushchev, was First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and played a role in the Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis. In Superpower Khrushchev discusses world opinion of US foreign policy, and provides an incite into the struggle for power within the USSR, torture, ethics, and US militarism.

 

 

Superpower Lt. Col. (Ret.) Karen U. Kwiatkowski, Ph.D.;

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Karen U. Kwiatkowski is a teacher and has become a noted critic of the U.S. government's involvement in Iraq since her retirement. In Superpower Kwiatkowski worked in the Near East South Asia directorate at the Department of Defense and observed firsthand the formation of the Pentagon's Office of Special Plans. She offers insider knowledge in denouncing a corrupt political influence on the course of military intelligence leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. She has said that she was the anonymous source used by Warren Strobel and Seymour Hersh in their respective exposés of pre-war intelligence. Kwiatkowski was interviewed in the 2005 documentary, "Why We Fight".

Superpower Kathe Latham

Kathe Latham is a long time activist in peace and social justice issues from the anti-Vietnam war movement and anti-apartheid movement, to women’s and labor struggles in the S.F. Bay Area of California. She joined thousands of women breaking into male job trusts in the late 70’s and 80’s and played an active role in creating cross craft solidarity between railroad workers on the Southern Pacific line. Most recently she has been active in various local peace movements in Greensboro, N.C. and has been instrumental in creating local community projects such as a community-wide War and Peace film series, dialogue series and conversation cafes. She is currently a doctoral candidate at UNCG in Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations. Her research focuses on addressing the obstacles as well as opportunities in revitalizing the commons, creating stronger communities of solidarity, trust, mutual respect and sustainability. She was organizer for Operation Democracy Council with MoveOn.Org. In Superpower Latham discusses the development of corporations as the leading superpowers in todays' world.

Superpower Dr. Sarah K. Lischer

Dr. Sarah K. Lischer is with the Triangle Institute for Security Studies and is a professor at Wake Forest University where she teaches courses on International Military Intervention, including wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; Ethics on Laws of War; The Conflicts in Darfur and Sudan; Humanitarian Aid; Human Rights and the Military; Child Soldiers; Genocide; and Refugees and International Security. In Superpower Lischer discusses the Theory of the Just War, Guantanamo Bay Detention Center, and military ethics. She has written the book, "Sanctuaries: Refugees Camps, Civil War, And The Dilemma Of Humanitarian Aid."

Superpower Rich May

Captain (Ret.) Rich May is with Center for Defense Information. He served in the Army in a variety of leadership positions and locations. He participated in ":Operation Enduring Freedom" in Afghanistan and "Operation Iraqi Freedom" as a platoon leader in the 82nd Airborne Division. He worked on independent archival research at the National Archives, concentrating on the changing relationship between the United States and Iraq with a focus on external events as the driving force behind the evolving perceptions of one another. Superpower May presents insightful information on utilizing contractors. May is a recipient of two Bronze Stars and several other military awards.

Superpower Dr. April Najjaj

Dr. April Najjaj is a professor at Greensboro College where she teaches about Middle East, Islam, Women, and the Israeli Wall. Superpower Najjaj discusses historical perspective, the mainstream media bias, and how the US is perceived by people in the Middle East. Najjaj converted to Islam when she married her husband, from whom she is now divorced. She remained true to her faith and takes students each summer to the Holy Lands to see the area from a Muslim perspective.

 

Superpower Judge Andrew Napolitano

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano is a former judge and now an analyst for Fox News Channel. Napolitano started on the channel in 1998, and currently serves as the network's senior judicial analyst, commenting on most legal news and trials. He is a graduate of Princeton University, where he was a founding member of the Concerned Alumni of Princeton, and Notre Dame Law School. Napolitano was a Superior Court judge in New Jersey from 1987 to 1995, becoming New Jersey's youngest life-tenured judge. He also served as an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University School of Law for eleven years. In Superpower Napolitano speaks about the Patriot Act, eroding civil liberties, the first and fourth amendments, and national security. In 2006, Napolitano wrote "The Constitution in Exile: How the Federal Government Has Seized Power by Rewriting the Supreme Law of the Land". His new book, " Nation of Sheep", was released in October 2007. In 2004, he wrote the book "Constitutional Chaos: What Happens When the Government Breaks its Own Laws", a criticism of the American system of justice.

Dr. Morgan Reynolds

Dr. Morgan Reynolds was a Professor Emeritus in Economics at Texas A&M, now retired. He is the former Chief Economist for the US Department of Labor, and the former Director of the Criminal Justice Center National Center for Policy Analysis in Washington, DC. Reynolds was the first prominent government official to publicly claim that 9/11 was an inside job. He is member of Scholars for 9/11 Truth. In Superpower Reynolds discusses economic manipulation of world trade by transnational corporations and US quest for hegemony that hurts third world nations, the false flag phenomenon, and controlled demolition at ground zero. He also has written several controversial books contending that minimum wage laws exacerbate unemployment and that labor unions have had a negative effect on the US economy.

Superpower Jennifer Rudinger

Jennifer Rudinger, J.D. received her law degree from The Ohio State University College of Law. She served as the Executive Director of the Alaska Civil Liberties Union, and after 9/11, she worked with elected officials in finding the appropriate balance between keeping America safe and preserving individual liberties and privacy. In Superpower Rudinger illuminates the events that transpired before the vote for the Patriot Act, and her fear that the US Constitution and civil rights are in jeopardy. Rudinger moved to Raleigh in May 2004 to serve as the Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina and vows never to leave again.

Superpower Mark Rudd

Mark Rudd was an influential American revolutionary organizer and an anti-war activist. By 1968 Rudd became a leader of the Columbia University chapter of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and led a campus demonstration that was imitated and spread throughout the nation. He was a founding member of The Weathermen, who set out to overthrow the government due to their belief of the criminality of the government's actions in Vietnam and in persecuting the Black Panthers. For seven years he and his wife went underground working menial jobs to avoid being arrested. When he finally turned himself in many charges were dropped and he served community service and probation on minor charges of trespass and disturbing the peace. In Superpower Rudd stated that while he believes the group's motivation, to end the Vietnam War was justified, violence gives the government an excuse to undermine the group and what it is trying to accomplish. He feels that while the SDS and Weather Underground were correct in their understanding of the history of United States imperialism, they were wrong in believing it was truly a revolutionary time and the violent actions performed in pursuit of the goal of its overthrow were wrong. Rudd became a professor of mathematics at a community college in New Mexico. He is now retired. He was interviewed in the 2002 documentary, "The Weather Underground".

Superpower Harvey M. Sapolsky

Dr. Harvey Sapolsky is a Professor of Public Policy and Organization, and recently retired from teaching political science and directing the MIT Security Studies Program. In the defense field he has served as a consultant and panel member for: the Commission on Government Procurement; the Office of the Secretary of Defense; the Office of Naval Research; the Naval War College; the U. S. Army; Draper Laboratory; the RAND Corporation; John Hopkins; Applied Physics Laboratory; the National Research Council; and the Department of Energy. His current research focuses on three main areas: U. S. defense politics including especially inter-service and civil/military relations; the impact of casualties on the use of force; weapon acquisition policies, military innovation, and the structure and performance of defense industries. In Superpower Sapolsky discusses US sanctions in Iraq, why we were there, and the extent of US military power.

Superpower Cindy Sheehan

Cindy Sheehan is an American anti-war activist whose son, Casey Sheehan, was killed during his service in the Iraq War. In Superpower Sheehan questions government intrusion into the lives of citizens with unwarranted searches, invasions of privacy, and problems arising from the invasion of Iraq. She was one of the nine founding members of Gold Star Families for Peace, an organization created in January 2005 that seeks to end the U.S. presence in Iraq.

Superpower Dave Wiggins, MD

Dave Wiggins, MD was a former Distinguished Graduate of West Point, who tried to resign his commission as Captain in protest of the invasion of Panama and Grenada, but his resignation request was refused. He was then sent to the Middle East prior to the Gulf War. As a doctor he was not in any immediate danger, but further participation in the military was against his conscience, and he refused to serve. He took off his uniform down to his underwear and blocked military traffic in King Khalisd Military City on the front lines, for which he was court-martialed and dishonorably discharged. He was the initiator of the "Veterans Call to Conscience Project". In Superpower Wiggins raises issues of eroding civil liberties and questions governmental leadership.

Superpower Host and Voice-Overs - Christy Johnson

Christy Johnson. Ms. Johnson is a versatile actress who has been in feature movies, short films, music videos, numerous musical theatre and straight theatre productions, and in student films.

Christy earned an MA in Liberal Studies and a BA in Theatre UNCG. She was in the Gold Madrigals which was the featured choir in two European tours; performed in Carnegie Hall in New York City; was an American Idol On-Line winner; Who's Who Listing; Chancellor’s List; Dean’s List; earned the Girl Scout Gold Award; lead singer for Dreamkiller, which toured the east Coast and released a CD of original songs; Miss Teen Greensboro First Runner-Up 2001; Miss Junior Greensboro 2003. Her other activities include: lettered on her high school track team – won the state championship; Track and Field Junior Olympics; State Games Gold Medalist; National Quad Speed Skating Gold Medalist and Set a new National Record for the 1000 Meter; National Karate Junior Olympics Gold Medalist.

Superpower Music - Vocalists and Musicians

Dreamkiller, the 2011 Independent Artist Music Awards ROCK BAND OF THE YEAR, is a melodic rock band that fuses rock and the idea of a rock musical and targets this towards a commercial audience. The band was founded in 2004 by professional actress/singer/model, Christy Johnson, [2010 Los Angeles Music Awards NATIONAL FEMALE VOCAL PERFORMER OF THE YEAR; 2012 Queen City Awards ROCK ARTIST OF THE YEAR] who has been featured in such films as "Tobe Hooper's Mortuary", "National Lampoon's Pucked" and was recently cast as Judy Hartley in the upcoming re-imagining, "Night of The Living Dead: Genesis". Involved in arts her entire life, Christy holds a MA and BA in Acting. Jim O’Gara has an impressive ability and knowledge of music that is backed up by his degrees in music performance and studio composition. Erny Galvan is a frontman turned bassist and is a seasoned stage performer. Scott Crawford is well respected songwriter - musician that is most recognized as former member of "Absent Element" with Chris Daughtry. Dreamkiller prides themselves on colorful lyrics that include positive themes of strength, perseverance, conquering your fears head-on, as well as pushing with no limits to accomplish your goals.

Music from Dreamkiller has been featured in 10 different films so far, many of which have been released worldwide and have won numerous awards. Their track "Watch This" was named as #7 of the Top 10 Most Requested Tracks of 2012 on the nationally syndicated FM/internet broadcast Rock Solid Pressure Show. Now having played the Vans Warped Tour, winning Rock Band of The Year at the 2011 Independent Artist Awards & 2009 Carolina Music Awards, touring nationally including numerous music conferences, and releasing their full-length concept album "Sleepless Dreams" in November 2009, they're quickly defining themselves on an international level. Look for them on the upcoming Xtreme Reverb Headliners National Tour and the main stage of Rockapalooza 2013.

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Bellino Evans is a trumpeter, composer, gifted lyricist and key boardist. He has opened, toured, and/or performed with many popular artist including platinum group "Ben Folds V" (featured on "Me, Myself and Irene" starring Jim Carey), with Grammy award winners Ron Kenoly, Yolanda Adams, Archie Bell, platinum song writer Tom Maxwell of the "Squirrel Nut Zippers", and "Inner Circle" (“Bad Boys” from the Cops TV series.) and reggae giants "Burning Spear". He also has written music played on National Public Radio’s “The Peoples Pharmacy”. Currently Bellino leads "Impact". He contributed to SUPERPOWER as a composer and music engineer.

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