After a long career in Law Enforcement from repo agent to bounty hunter, LeAnne Thomas has completely switched gears and is now an on-air personality of her own radio show on the Black Sheep Network as well as the network’s owner.
As you can imagine, I had many questions for this woman of many talents. We had so much chatting before our interview even began that we didn’t even realize over 20 minutes had gone by. Thomas shared so many fun moments that I am sure you will all enjoy listening to including an online threat to one of country music’s hottest male country artists. No, she didn’t really threaten anyone. Just listen to the story as you are sure to laugh.
One of the things I loved about Thomas immediately was that she said she “owns” her mistakes. That is something that speaks volumes about the kind of woman she is. While telling her stories that may have been embarrassing at the time, owning her mistake made the memorable yet slightly embarrassing moment an epic one. She is definitely an entertainer that enjoys making her listeners laugh and smile. She seems to know exactly what they want to hear which is undoubtedly one of the reasons that both Thomas and The Black Sheep Network have made it to the final round of voting for the Nashville Universe Awards. Center Stage Magazine is extremely proud to be partnered with such a great personality and business woman that stands for the same things we do, helping others.
With her recent engagement to drummer Rene Cerda that took place on September 5, 2016, Thomas is headed for many more memorable experiences. Are you ready to join us on what promises to be a wild ride? Stay tuned to The Black Sheep Network for all the latest fun that Thomas is going to throw your way.
Being that Thomas is usually the one interviewing artists, I had to ask her a question that I was recently asked myself. Learn who it was that she was nervous about interviewing as she felt intimidated and find out if the interview went as she hoped. This radio personality definitely has a lot in store for all of us for years to come. Join the journey with us now. Get connected, join in the fun and share this with everyone you know. They will thank you for it. ~Missy
This episode of Conversations with Missy is dedicated to my young cousin James "JJ" Eugene Mora. Though JJ was tragically taken away from his family, friends and loved ones way too soon, his memory will live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved him. He leaves behind a legacy of unconditional love for his family and friends, hard work and achieving dreams, having fun, and living life to the fullest. May you be resting in peace as you watch over all your loved ones. Say hello to Brooklyn for me as well. We love you JJ.