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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Jeff Bradshaw & Friends (Kenny Lattimore, Algebra Blessett, Eric Roberson..) in ATLANTA! Saturday Sep 23rd!!

Jeff Bradshaw (When We Speak TV guest)
Our good friend and former When We Speak TV guest, Jeff Bradshaw, will be performing live in Mableton on Saturday, September 23, 2017, at Mable House Barnes Amphitheater, along with other great artists like Kenny Lattimore, Algebra Blessett, and Eric Roberson!

You definitely don't want to miss this great concert presented by JazzBeat Promotions and Wade Ford.....

Continue to support great music!!!!
SPEAK WITH YOU SOON!!!





CHECK OUT THIS VIDEOS ABOUT JEFF BRADSHAW!!!





ABOUT JERMAINE SAIN
Jermaine Sain is the host/ creator of a talk show called When We Speak.  After exiting the U.S. Army in 2003, as a Medical Sergeant, Jermaine began pursuing a career in music after he auditioned for American Idol in 2005, in Austin, Texas.
In 2008, Jermaine moved to Atlanta where he has had the opportunity to provide backing vocals for Kem (Grammy nominated R&B Singer) Heart (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), and Barry Manilow, as well as for companies such as Pink Ribbon Story Foundation and Verizon Wireless. He made his first music video appearance in Kem's Glorify The King.


Jermaine's talk show, When We Speak, caters to entertainment with a close focus on indie music professionals.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta: Interview with Kore Stacks

Hopefully you watched Season 1, Episode 6 of  We TV's Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta by now but if not, check out some exclusive footage that you didn't get to see, like our interview with Kore Stacks.


That's right, When We Speak TV was in attendance at the artist showcase and had the opportunity to speak with many of the artists.

Joining Jermaine Sain (Owner/Creator of When We Speak TV), for the night was Maureen Guest, the host of Atlanta's Mbodyment Underground Radio.





ABOUT JERMAINE SAIN
Jermaine Sain is the host/ creator of a talk show called When We Speak.  After exiting the U.S. Army in 2003, as a Medical Sergeant, Jermaine began pursuing a career in music after he auditioned for American Idol in 2005, in Austin, Texas.
In 2008, Jermaine moved to Atlanta where he has had the opportunity to provide backing vocals for Kem (Grammy nominated R&B Singer) Heart (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), and Barry Manilow, as well as for companies such as Pink Ribbon Story Foundation and Verizon Wireless. He made his first music video appearance in Kem's Glorify The King.
Jermaine's talk show, When We Speak, caters to entertainment with a close focus on indie music professionals.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Nelson Ramos- Jazz In The Alley (@jazz_inthealley) in Norcross, GA on Sept 16

Hey Everybody,
I just want to take a moment to remind you that the next Jazz In The Alley concert series is on September 16, 2017, in downtown Norcross, Georgia.  Performances by:


SPEAK WITH YOU IN DOWNTOWN NORCROSS!!!!



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ABOUT JERMAINE SAIN
Jermaine Sain is the host/ creator of a talk show called When We Speak.  After exiting the U.S. Army in 2003, as a Medical Sergeant, Jermaine began pursuing a career in music after he auditioned for American Idol in 2005, in Austin, Texas.
In 2008, Jermaine moved to Atlanta where he has had the opportunity to provide backing vocals for Kem (Grammy nominated R&B Singer) Heart (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), and Barry Manilow, as well as for companies such as Pink Ribbon Story Foundation and Verizon Wireless. He made his first music video appearance in Kem's Glorify The King.
Jermaine's talk show, When We Speak, caters to entertainment with a close focus on indie music professionals.

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta: Interview with Regina Love


Hopefully you watched Season 1, Episode 6 of  We TV's Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta by now but if not, check out some exclusive footage that you didn't get to see, like our interview with Regina Love.  If you don't know who she is, you may remember her from The Voice!


That's right, When We Speak TV was in attendance at the artist showcase and had the opportunity to speak with many of the artists.

Joining Jermaine Sain (Owner/Creator of When We Speak TV), for the night was Maureen Guest, the host of Atlanta's Mbodyment Underground Radio.





ABOUT JERMAINE SAIN
Jermaine Sain is the host/ creator of a talk show called When We Speak.  After exiting the U.S. Army in 2003, as a Medical Sergeant, Jermaine began pursuing a career in music after he auditioned for American Idol in 2005, in Austin, Texas.
In 2008, Jermaine moved to Atlanta where he has had the opportunity to provide backing vocals for Kem (Grammy nominated R&B Singer) Heart (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), and Barry Manilow, as well as for companies such as Pink Ribbon Story Foundation and Verizon Wireless. He made his first music video appearance in Kem's Glorify The King.
Jermaine's talk show, When We Speak, caters to entertainment with a close focus on indie music professionals.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

People You Need To Have In Your Professional Network according to Forbes

FROM FORBES.COM

In a career planning workshop for senior executives, all of whom were gainfully employed and not actively looking for a job, I still emphasized the importance of recruiter relationships. Recruiters offer a critical window into the market. Even when you’re not looking, you want to understand the level of interest in what you do (what is your marketability?), the compensation for your role (what is your market value?) and the typical scope of responsibility, budget and/or size of team that accompany your level (are you progressing at, above or below your peers?). Recruiters are just one type of contact you should know. Here are nine more people you need to have in your professional network:

1. MARKET EXPERT
2. HR
3. GUARDIAN ANGEL
4. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
5. SHEPHERD
6. CHANGE AGENT
7. CHEERLEADER
8. TRUTH TELLER
9. CONNECTOR


READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE at www.forbes.com





ABOUT JERMAINE SAIN
Jermaine Sain is the host/ creator of a talk show called When We Speak.  After exiting the U.S. Army in 2003, as a Medical Sergeant, Jermaine began pursuing a career in music after he auditioned for American Idol in 2005, in Austin, Texas.
In 2008, Jermaine moved to Atlanta where he has had the opportunity to provide backing vocals for Kem (Grammy nominated R&B Singer) Heart (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), and Barry Manilow, as well as for companies such as Pink Ribbon Story Foundation and Verizon Wireless. He made his first music video appearance in Kem's Glorify The King.
Jermaine's talk show, When We Speak, caters to entertainment with a close focus on indie music professionals.



Monday, August 28, 2017

The Best Thing A Woman Can Be Is A Singer

The Best Thing A Woman Can Be Is A Singer

Before you read the title and start jumping to conclusions, that is not my opinion nor statement.  However, these were some very powerful words that were spoken to our friend, singer, Julie Dexter, that changed her life forever.  

If you are a true "SPEAKER" that follows When We Speak TV, you will know that Julie Dexter was the first live music concert I attended when I moved to Atlanta in 2008.  Back then, I wasn't really familiar with the Atlanta music scene, nor any of the indie artists in the city but I was invited by my business partner, Chet, so I went......and to make a long story short, I have been a Julie Dexter fan ever since.  

I always make the reference that Julie Dexter is my Beyonce.  What I mean by that is, although I would love to meet Beyonce, I get just as anxious when I see Julie Dexter, as I would if I saw Beyonce!  I really admire Julie because not only is she a great vocalist but she is also a supporter of When We Speak TV!  You may remember that a few years back, I sat down and spoke with her at the release of her album, New Again.  

Since then, she and I have definitely seen one another on several occasions at musical events like the Atlanta Jazz Festival....and of course this year, she performed at the Jazz In The Alley Concert Series, which When We Speak TV is an official partner!

new again by julie dexter
New Again by Julie Dexter
I think it goes without saying that Julie Dexter is one of our favorite people, that's why I am so excited to have the opportunity to speak with Julie Dexter for a segment of  What Do YOU Speak? 
Definitely take a moment to watch it ......then you will see exactly why I titled this post, The Best Thing A Woman Can Be Is A Singer and you will also find out who spoke these life changing words to Julie.  I hope you enjoy it!  

If you haven't done so, please take a moment to subscribe to the new When We Speak TV YouTube page, we would greatly appreciate your support!


ABOUT JERMAINE SAIN
Jermaine Sain is the host/ creator of a talk show called When We Speak.  After exiting the U.S. Army in 2003, as a Medical Sergeant, Jermaine began pursuing a career in music after he auditioned for American Idol in 2005, in Austin, Texas.
In 2008, Jermaine moved to Atlanta where he has had the opportunity to provide backing vocals for Kem (Grammy nominated R&B Singer) Heart (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), and Barry Manilow, as well as for companies such as Pink Ribbon Story Foundation and Verizon Wireless. He made his first music video appearance in Kem's Glorify The King.
Jermaine's talk show, When We Speak, caters to entertainment with a close focus on indie music professionals.

Atlanta Events: September 2017


Football party
September 1, 2017 (6 p.m.)
6.2 miles north
Buckhead Kickoff Mania ticket includes admission to 10 bars, entertainment, and some free food and drinks.
Decatur Book Festival
September 1 - 3, 2017
6 miles east
Decatur Book Festival features a book fair, author readings, signings, panel discussions, a children’s area, live music, parades, cooking demonstrations, poetry slams, and writing workshops in Decatur.
Hot-air balloon festival
September 1 - 3, 2017
82 miles SE
Sky High Hot Air Balloon Festival offers a balloon glow, balloon flights, tethered rides, skydivers, a 5K, classic car show, and live music at Callaway Gardens.
DragonCon
September 1 - 4, 2017
Atlanta locations
Dragon Con is a giant popular-culture convention for science fiction, fantasy, gaming, art, comics, music, and film, with panels, contests, vendors, a banquet, and a Dragon Con Parade down Peachtree Street at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Soul food & music festival
September 2, 2017
1.6 miles west
Enjoy ribs, fried chicken, grilled shrimp, peach cobbler, soul music, and R&B at Taste of Soul next to Mercedes Benz Stadium. Free except reserved seats.
Barbecue festival
September 2, 2017 (12 to 8 p.m.)
75.8 miles north
Smokin’ Up The Mountains is a new event billed as a big BBQ and craft beer festival in East Ellijay.
Art in the Park
September 2 - 4, 2017
19 miles NW
Art in the Park features fine art, a chalk-art competition, and a children’s art alley with free art stations in Marietta. Free.
Labor Day at the mountain
September 2 - 4, 2017
19 miles east
Labor Day Weekend celebrates everyday working heroes with a laser show and fireworks for three nights at Stone Mountain Park.
Free dance music
September 3, 2017
2.2 miles SE
Dance to DJ house music in two outdoor pavilions during House in the Park at Grant Park. Free.
Caribbean fun
September 3, 2017
33 miles east
Enjoy exotic flavors and rhythms at Caribbean Jerk Festival and Family Fun Day. Jerkfest has jerk cuisine, a cook off, vendors, games, and dancing to Reggae, Dancehall, Calypso, and Soca at Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers.
Jewish festival
September 3 - 4, 2017
19.4 miles north
Enjoy Jewish food, entertainment, kids’ games, and tours at Noshfest at Temple Kol Emeth in East Cobb.
Labor Day run
September 4, 2017
12 miles NE
Big Peach Sizzler is a 10K that begins in Chamblee and ends in Buckhead with a party.
Yellow Daisy Festival
September 7 - 10, 2017
19 miles east
The Yellow Daisy Festival features more than 400 vendors of arts & crafts and has live music, a children’s corner, and a sports den along the paths at Stone Mountain Park.
Documentary film festival
September 8 - 10, 2017
2.8 miles north
Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival (DocuFest)shows independent documentary films at Sychronicity Theatre.
ONE music festival
September 8 - 9, 2017
5 miles south
ONE Musicfest offers a full day of soul, progressive hip-hop, alternative, and rock music from national and local acts at Lakewood Amphitheatre.
Home show
September 8 - 10, 2017
11 miles NW
Find inspiration for home-improvement ideas at the Fall Atlanta Home Show and Outdoor Living Expo at Cobb Galleria Centre. Repeats in March.
Concerts in the Garden
September 8 & 30, 2017 (begins June 10)
2.5 miles NE
See national acts at Concerts in the Garden at Atlanta Botanical Garden. The concerts on June 10 and Sept. 30 are in Gainesville.
Lantern parade
September 9, 2017
1.5 miles east
The Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade is a glowing procession of light, music, and color that goes from 660 Irwin Street to Piedmont Park. Free. Flyer.
Free movies
September 9, 2017 (dusk)
3 miles NE
Family friendly Flick-Nic is outdoors in Candler Park.
  • Sept. 9 - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Concert at Callanwolde
September 9, 2017
3.7 miles NW
Salute to America and the Arts is an all-star lineup of musicians in the beautiful outdoor amphitheater at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, with food trucks, kids’ activities, and a VIP after party.
Smooth jazz concert
September 9, 2017
13 miles NW
Hear six music acts perform outdoors under the sun and stars at Atlanta Smooth Music Festival at Mable House Amphitheater.
Car show & trunk sale
September 9, 2017
19 miles NE
See hundreds of classic British cars and motorcycles, and shop from people selling used goods from their trunks, at Atlanta British Car Fayre in downtown Norcross. Free.
Film festival
September 9 - 10, 2017
18.5 miles NW
Marietta International Film Festival will be screening 72 films at Earl Smith Strand Theatre, including quite a few Chinese American films in 2017.
Hapeville festival
September 15 - 16, 2017
9 miles south
Happy Days Festival has a Friday night concert with food vendors, and then a Saturday artists’ market, kids’ corner, and live music in Hapeville. Free.
Augusta art festival
September 15 - 17, 2017
149 miles east
Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival has fine arts and crafts, street entertainers, music and dance on four stages, ethnic food, and a children’s area in Augusta.
Dance against cancer
September 16, 2017 (7 to 11 p.m.)
2.7 miles NW
Dancers Unite Against Cancer includes a buffet dinner, dance performance, DJ, live music, dancing, and a children’s dance party at Blue Mark Studios.
Taste of Smyrna
September 16, 2017
15 miles NW
Buy $1 to $4 restaurant samples, hear acoustic music, and visit the kids’ zone at the Taste of Smyrna. Free.
Riverdale music festival
September 16, 2017
15.5 miles south
Riverdale Dream Fest features live music (R & B, jazz, country, and fusion), a food alley, craft vendors, and a carnival in the Amphitheater at Riverdale Town Center.
Midtown music festival
September 16 - 17, 2017
2 miles NE
Music Midtown attracts big crowds for a great lineup on three stages at Piedmont Park, with food vendors. No pets.
Marietta street fair
September 16 - 17, 2017
19 miles NW
Shop for arts and crafts, hear grassroots music, see classic cars, and visit the kids’ activity zone at Marietta StreetFest in Glover Park. Free.
Japanese festival
September 16 - 17, 2017
27 miles NE
JapanFest features Japanese drumming, dance, martial arts, kimonos, bonsai, kids’ games, vendors, food, beer, and tea at Infinite Energy Center in Duluth.
Suwanee festival
September 16 - 17, 2017
32 miles NE
Watch a small-town parade, run a race, hear music, and shop from lots of artists and food vendors at Suwanee Fest at Town Center Park in Suwanee.
Indian festival
September 16 - 17, 2017
87 miles SE
Ocmulgee Indian Celebration includes music, dancing, singing, storytelling, crafts demonstrations, educational exhibits, and native foods at Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon.
September 16, 2017 (7:30 pm)
PERFORMER:  NELSON RAMOS


Jazz in the Alley is a free jazz concert series sponsored by the City of Norcross, Georgia. The series aims to showcase elite and emerging jazz artists.
Latino Film Festival
September 21 - 24, 2017
Atlanta locations
The Georgia Latino Film Festival shows films that are directed, produced, acted, and written by Latinos.
State fair - north
September 21 - Oct. 1, 2017
22 miles NW
North Georgia State Fair has rides, fair food, animals, and big-name singers in Marietta. Expect lines.
Cocktails at the aquarium
September 22, 2017
0.5 miles NW
Adults can wander Georgia Aquarium enjoying live music, cocktails, and appetizers at Sips Under the Sea. Visit the website to buy tickets and see the theme.
Wine walk
September 22, 2017
4.3 miles east
Browse shops and galleries, sample wine, and hear live music at the Kirkwood Wine Stroll.
Music festival
September 22 - 24, 2017
28.6 miles south
Imagine Music Festival [sound] features multiple stages of dance music at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Free museum day
September 23, 2017
Statewide
Get a free ticket for two people to visit one of 40 Georgia museums on Museum Day Live.
Atlanta Cheese Festival
September 23, 2017
1 mile south
Taste samples from cheese and artisan food producers, taste grilled cheese entries, and hear live music at Atlanta Cheese Festival at Old Fourth Ward Park.
Wine walk
September 23, 2017
2 miles NE
Stroll along a 1-mile stretch of East Side Beltline Trail and stop for wine and snacks from 20 sponsors at Wine Stroll on the BeltLine in Inman Park. Bring age 21 ID.
Wine tasting at the zoo
September 23, 2017
4 miles NW
Enjoy wine sampling, animal viewing, live music, live painting, and appetizers during Sippin’ Safari in the Ford Pavilion at Zoo Atlanta for age 21+.
East Atlanta Strut
September 23, 2017
5 miles SE
East Atlanta Strut includes five stages of live music and comedy, a wacky parade at 2 p.m., an artists’ market, kids’ village, and food vendors at Glenwood Ave. SE & Flat Shoals Ave. SE. Free.
Folklife festival
September 23, 2017
8 miles north
Fall Folklife Festival has local artists demonstrating blacksmithing, beekeeping, cooking, and woodworking; local musicians playing folk and bluegrass music; and local beer and food at the Atlanta History Center.
Sandy Springs Festival
September 23 - 24, 2017
15 miles north
Sandy Springs Festival offers arts & crafts, food, entertainment, a children’s park, a petting zoo, and on Saturday both a 5K/10K race and a 10 a.m. pet parade in downtown Sandy Springs.
Douglasville festival
September 23 & 30, 2017
24 miles west
September Saturdays Festival has a carnival, vendors, choirs, and a food court at Douglas County Courthouse. Family Day and School Expo are Sept. 23, and Heroes Day and Touch-a-Truck are Sept. 30. Free.
Six Flags Halloween
September 23 - Oct. 29, 2017
13 miles west
Enjoy pumpkin painting & trick-or-treating in daylight, but beware of scary ghosts, ghouls, and zombies at night during Fright Fest at Six Flags over Georgia [website has sound] in Austell. See schedule.
Car-free downtown
September 24, 2017 (2 to 6 p.m.)
Downtown
Walk, run, or bike downtown during Atlanta Streets Alive, with free entertainment and activities for all ages. It happens on Peachtree Street (from 17th Street in the north to Decatur Street in the south).
Jazz legend concert
September 24, 2017 (7 p.m.)
26 miles north
John Coltrane Birthday Concert is an annual tribute to an early American jazz saxophonist and composer at the Velvet Note in Alpharetta.
Book fair
September 25 - Oct. 1, 2017
14 miles north
Atlanta AAUW Bookfair is a used-book sale at Perimeter Mall, which is free except the first evening.
September 28, 2017
0.9 miles south
Best of Atlanta Celebration promises “the best food, music, and art that Atlanta has to offer” and includes restaurant samples at Georgia Freight Depot.
Greek festival
September 28 - Oct. 1, 2017
9 miles NE
Enjoy the music, dance, foods, and traditions of Greece at the Atlanta Greek Festival at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral. The drive-through window is also open on Thursday.
Anime convention
September 28 - Oct. 1, 2017
11 miles north
Anime Weekend Atlanta has panels and workshops, games and videos, costume play, a dealer’s room, an art show, and a red-carpet ball at Cobb Galleria Centre.
Film festival
September 28 - Oct. 5, 2017
2 miles NE
Out On Film shows 80 gay films and videos at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.
Pets in the park
September 29 - Oct. 1, 2017
16 miles NW
Woofstock features dogs that dive and perform tricks, pet adoptions, food trucks, a beer garden, inflatables for kids, and arts & crafts at Smyrna Market Village, 2840 Atlanta Road, Smyrna. Free.
State Fair - south
September 29 - Oct. 8, 2017
30 miles south
Georgia State Fair offers rides, shows, music, and vendors at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton.
Pumpkin Festival
September 29 - Oct. 29, 2017
19 miles east
Pumpkin Festival features a costume party, family shows, storytelling, kids’ activities, and a pie-eating contest at Stone Mountain Park. Open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Oktoberfest
September 30, 2017
14.5 miles north
Oktoberfest Atlanta features beer, German food, live music, and games at Heritage Sandy Springs.
Music festival
September 30, 2017
16 miles NW
Georgia Blues & Roots Festival features a dozen artists at Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre in Mableton.
Free park day
September 30, 2017
19 miles north
Entry is free at Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area during Free Entrance Days in the National Parks.
Alpharetta street party
September 30, 2017 (6:30 to 11 p.m.)
25 miles north
Alpharetta Brew Moon Octoberfest features beer, wine, local restaurant food, and music after dark in the historic downtown.
Chili cookoff
September 30, 2017
31.5 miles NE
Sample 30 kinds of chili with live music and a kids’ area at Peach State Chili Cookoff at Town Center Park in Suwanee.
Taste of Clarkesville
September 30, 2017
83 miles NE
Enjoy fine food, wine tasting, a beer garden, and music at A Taste of Clarkesville. Free entry.
September 30 - Oct. 1, 2017
1 mile SE
Sweet Auburn Music Fest [sound] is an R&B, hip-hop, and gospel music festival on Auburn Avenue at Jackson.

September 30 - Oct. 1, 2017
25 miles NE
Duluth Fall Festival features 250 booths of art, crafts and food, plus entertainment, a carnival, a parade 10 a.m. Sat., and a road race Sun. at Duluth Town Green.
Goldfish & koi sale
September 30 - Oct. 1, 2017
32 miles NE
See a variety of fish and shop from vendors at the Koi and Goldfish Show at Gwinnett County Fairgrounds in Lawrenceville. Free.
Latin party
September 2017 (undated)
0.5 miles NW
A ticket to Latin Rhythms gets you an open bar and DJ dance music (plus 6 p.m. dance lesson with a VIP ticket) at the Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Vintage sale
September 2017 (undated)
1.5 miles NE
Salvage features 50 curated vendors selling vintage clothing, jewelry, furniture, decor, and home goods at Yaarab Temple. Repeats in April.
French picnic and movie
September 2017 (undated)
2.9 miles north
A ticket to French Flick and Picnic Night includes a light French-style picnic at 6:30 p.m. and a silent French romantic comedy-drama (The Artist, PG-13, 2011) at 7:30 p.m. at Gate Museum, Atlantic Station.
Family bike rally
September 2017 (undated)
5 miles SE
Brownwood Bike Rally is about cycling, fitness, and health, for kids and adults. It includes street-bike races, a bike safety rodeo for kids, cyclocross races for adults, a health fair, a food court, and family-friendly activities at Brownwood Park. Mostly free.
Interior design event
September 2017 (undated)
6 miles north
Register for free talks by interior design experts during Discover ADAC at Atlanta Decorative Arts Center.
History party
September 2017 (undated)
6.3 miles north
Dress up in a historical costume for Party in Good Taste, which features live music, games, heavy hors d’oeuvres, a cocktail, and access to the “Fashion in Good Taste” exhibit at Atlanta History Center.
Fashion show at Lenox Square
September 2017 (undated)
8.3 miles north
The $75 Tangerine Tango Fashion Show serves food, fun, and fashion to support charity at Bloomingdale’s Lenox Square.
Fashion show in Alpharetta
September 2017 (undated)
26 miles north
Noon to Night in Avalon is a $50 cocktail reception and fashion show for charity on Avalon Boulevard.
Bluegrass festival
September 2017 (undated)
31 miles NE
The Old Fashioned Picnic and Bluegrass Festival features four bands playing bluegrass music, kids’ activities, a cake walk, a pet parade, and craft and food vendors at Gwinnett Historic Courthouse. Free.
Beer tasting
September 2017 (undated)
82 miles SE
A ticket to the Craft Beer Festival at Robin Lake Beach in Callaway Gardens gets you unlimited tastes of 100 craft beers from 25 brewers and a cash bar. Age 21+.






ABOUT JERMAINE SAIN
Jermaine Sain is the host/ creator of a talk show called When We Speak.  After exiting the U.S. Army in 2003, as a Medical Sergeant, Jermaine began pursuing a career in music after he auditioned for American Idol in 2005, in Austin, Texas.
In 2008, Jermaine moved to Atlanta where he has had the opportunity to provide backing vocals for Kem (Grammy nominated R&B Singer) Heart (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), and Barry Manilow, as well as for companies such as Pink Ribbon Story Foundation and Verizon Wireless. He made his first music video appearance in Kem's Glorify The King.
Jermaine's talk show, When We Speak, caters to entertainment with a close focus on indie music professionals.


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