April 24, 2014

BOX TO ROW Exclusives with Mýa and Isaiah Crowell

BOX TO ROW goes One-on-One with Mýa, Isaiah Crowell

The national sports and entertainment talk show FROM THE PRESS BOX TO
PRESS ROW will have a couple of exclusive interviews this weekend.

Singer Mýa is back with her newly released EP Sweet XVI and will sit down
with BOX TO ROW host Donal Ware in her first national radio interview in

As the NFL Draft approaches, Alabama State running back Isaiah Crowell has kept a low profile the last two years at ASU since he and the University
of Georgia mutually parted ways amidst his June 29, 2012 arrest on weapons
charges.  The charges were later dismissed.

He has his first national radio interview on Boxtorow Lunch w/ Donal Ware.

BOX TO ROW Lunch w/ Donal Ware can be heard Friday 1p ET/12p CT/11a MT/10a
PT on SiriusXM Channel 141, H.U.R. Voices.

The interviews will be replayed this weekend during FROM THE PRESS BOX TO
PRESS ROW w/ Donal Ware which can be heard on Saturday 12 p ET/11a CT/10a
MT/9a PT on SiriusXM Channel 142.

Terrestrial radio stations that carry the show can be found here

BOX TO ROW airs in top markets including Washington, DC, U.S. Virgin
Islands/Puerto Rico, Pittsburgh, Austin, TX, Hampton Roads, VA area,
Nashville, Raleigh, NC, New Orleans, and Greensboro, NC to name a few.

Over the years guests such as Jerry Rice, Tony Dungy, Jim Brown, Serena
Williams, Ice Cube, Common, Kevin Hart, Michael Vick, Mike Krzyzewski,
Gladys Knight, Matt Kemp, Kevin Durant, Joss Stone, and Snoop Lion are a
few of the guests that have appeared on FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW.

FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW has been on the air since August 20, 2005.

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