Lee Bailey was named “The Voice” by listeners of his radio show because of his baritone accent and now he is “the voice” of Black entertainment news via his digital magazine EURweb.
You can hear “The Voice” and meet the living legend Saturday, November 9, 2019 at the 20th annual “Uplifting Minds II” Entertainment Conference.
The “ULMII” conference, held at the Los Angeles Convention Center (1201 S. Figueroa St, 90015) from 1 – 4pm, is free and open to the public. It is where aspiring singers, songwriter, producers, record label executives, dancers, scouting agents and actors meet with experienced professionals to be enlightened and showcased.
By Eunice Moseley
The “ULMII” entertainment conference is where actress Naturi Naughten was scouted by a Broadway agent; it was where six-time Grammy winning SisQo first heard the Dru Hill platinum selling single “I Should Be (Your Boyfriend)” by producers/songwriters, the Featherstone brothers; it was where Disney actor RoShon Fegan’s manager said he received information that helped him take Fegan to the next level on Disney, and it was where the Senior VP of Jive Records saw the performance of Grammy winning Miguel, which resulted in a record deal. Held also in Baltimore, the “ULMII” conference is well known by record industry executives and record label producers.
Bailey has been a panelist and media sponsor of the “ULMII” conference since it arrived in Los Angeles offering his wit, expertise and experience to all who inquire. An Air Force veteran, Lee started as a radio jock while serving in the military in 1970 and after his Honorable discharge he was hired by KPOP 102FM in Sacramento and later KUTE 90.1FM in Los Angeles. Through Lee Bailey Productions he worked as a voice-over actor on commercials and corporate slide presentations. He became one of the first black syndicated radio personalities in the country through his companies RadioScope and Bailey Broadcasting Services (BBS) in 1983. His radio show RadioScope grew to include broadcasting weekly on over 100 stations in over 70 countries. Through his companies his news on black entertainment became synonymous with ‘honest’ and in depth black entertainment news. Lee has interviewed entertainment personalities on an iconic and living legend level, so often that most of them have him on speed-dial. Such as icon Michael Jackson who called him to get his help with a rumor he wanted Lee to help stop by putting his side of the story out there. He called Lee because he knew Bailey is about true news – not fake and sensationalized news.
Lee was one of the first online magazines publishers when he decided to launch EURweb.com (Electronic Urban Report) in 1997, a website where he could store and disseminate his news. Today EURweb.com receives over 185,000 visitors a week and has over 200,000 subscribers of its weekly EURweb E-blasted Newsletter. Through Radioscope his news was placed on the Mass Transit buses and trains in Los Angeles, Chicago, Orlando, Milwaukee and Atlanta that have the TransiTV and via mobile device apps.
Joining Lee Bailey, so far, on the “ULMII” panel on Saturday, November 9, 2019 are Hollywood entertainment attorney Richard B. Jefferson (METAL Law Group), television personality Melody Trice of “The Melody Trice Show” (Comcast) and public relations specialist Edna Sims (ESP Public Relations). After the performances of experienced artists, the national competition of singers, songwriters, dancers and actors is held where a selected number of aspiring artists will get four minutes to perform for the panel. The panel will reward an act in each category with over $15,000 valued in product, gifts and services.
Aside from the “ULMII” Award the products, gifts and services include “free public relations strategy and business management consult” from “ULMII” founder Eunice Moseley, president of Freelance Associates (PRSA) (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com/FreelanceAssociates.html); “free legal music package” from Richard B. Jefferson, worth over $3000 (www.METALLawGroup.com); “free entertainment business consult” from entertainment consul Paul Gardner, II, CEO and general manager at The Gardner Law Group (www.TheGardnerLawGroup.com); “free music track and studio time” from Virgin Island producer V.I.P. (www.DustDemAFF.com); “free vocal and acting coaching session” from Nadiyah Kareem, former manager and A&R for Jive Records artist Talib Kareem (Imajin);“free make-up application/styling consult” from Jeneanne Collins, president of Rebellious Beauty; “free commercial photo shoot” from Malachi Carter Photography, and “song placement on a film soundtrack” from multi-award winning filmmaker Anthony Michael Hobbs (www.ImaginationLunchbox.com).
To inquire about placing talent in the showcase or competition call 562-424-3836, or email info@ThePulseofEntertainment.com, or register talent at www.UpliftingMinds2.com.