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The411: An interview with Lyfe Jennings in this week's The411 with Sherlene Shanklin

by Sherlene Shanklin

WHAS11.com

Posted on April 9, 2010 at 9:06 PM

Updated Tuesday, Feb 8 at 4:45 PM

Welcome to this week's The411.  Platinum selling soul singer, and songwriter Lyfe Jennings makes a trip to Louisville and sits down for a one on one to talk about his upcoming CD and to give advice to aspiring artists.    
(Jennings) If a person really wants to do this they have to treat it like a job.  To work a job for eight hours a day, then you have to work at least eight work hours or more everyday.   
This is Lyfe’s fourth album and his collaboration is extensive.   
(Jennings) The CD is called “I Still Believe”.  It comes out June 29th, you’ll hear like Ludacris, Fabulous, Bobby Valentino and Anthony Hamilton.      
With the entertainment industry always changing how do you stay focused?  
(Jennings) Wha I would say get your purpose right first because your purpose is going to keep you humble when success comes.  Keep moving and find your break.  You know why you’re doing it and you know who you’re doing it for.   

Even though the state fair is still months away the fair board announced the Rascal Flatts will be apart of the lineup and tickets will go on sale April 19th. The Rascal Flatts American Living Unstoppable Tour will feature Kellie Pickler and Chris Young in concert on August 29th.  The Kentucky State Fair run from August 19th through the 29th.    

Don’t forget Tyler Perry is in town for Madea’s Big Happy Family Tour and for more on Lyfe Jennings go to WHAS11.com. That wraps up another segment of The411.  If you have an event send it to the411@whas11.com. I'm Sherlene Shanklin with WHAS11 News.    

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4th Annual Kentuky Derby Da'Ville Drum Line Showcase
Saturday, April 24th
1 pm-4 pm
Kentucky International Convention Ctr
$10 per person
For more info call 772-7660

Jayme Stone & Mamadou Diabete: From Africa to Appalachia
Thursday, April 15th
8 p.m.
Bomhard Theater
Single tickets $25
For more info call 502-584-7777

The Laramie Project Play
April 14th - 18th
U of L Dept of Theatre Arts
Tickets $12 general public
Tickets & information call 852-6814 

Outta Sight!
The Inner Vision of Two Blind Guys
Recent works by C.J. Pressman and Keith Kleespies
Carnegie Center, 201 E. Spring Street
Now-April 24th
For more info call 812-944-7336

"Wicked"
May 5-23, 2010
Kentucky Center-Whitney Hall
 

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