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  • WTF? (Where's The Focus?) w/Kevin A. Phillips - Everyday is INTERdependence DAY

    in Non-Profit

    Every year in the "United States" about half way through the year, North Americans celebrate something that does not exist. Which shouldn't be surprising because for over 100 years now, most calling themselves "Christians" have been celebrating a 'birthday', in December of someone whom they cognitively admit was actually born in July. So, what's the difference? One is a place you can visit, the other is what you are (from your first breath to your last) Join us as we share how you can tell the difference and start empowering yourself like never before.... and by default, those around you.

  • Whitney Lusk Live

    in Military

    Join us this week as we welcome country pop music singer songwriter, Whitney Lusk. Hailing from Spanish Fork, UT., Whitney has been vocally trained since the age of 8 by industry professionals. Whitney’s dream is for her songs to bring back the Music to the music industry and touch people’s lives through the stories she tells. At the age of 14 Whitney performed with a national country cover band who opened at music festivals for major artists, such as Kellie Pickler, LeAnn Rimes, and Billy Currington. At age 16 Whitney took on the stage herself with her own music and opened for the Country Duo Maddie & Tae. Since then she has opened for YouTube sensation Andie Case with a sold out show in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has been featured on several Utah Radio Stations for being one of Utah’s up-and-coming singers. Whitney recently released her new EP, self-titled “Whitney Lusk,” which is already getting national recognition for her song, “I Wanna Know,” which was used in the movie “A Light In The Woods,” produced by K. Vernon Castleton. Whitney’s original Song “Picasso” won her a trip to Nashville where she wrote with top industry singer-songwriters on Music Row and performed at the famous Bluebird Café. Whitney recently had the opportunity of filming a New Reality TV Show The Song which will premier on National TV in 2017. We will talk to Whitney about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her new album, feature songs from the new album, and ask her to share her message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Whitney Lusk at http://whitneyluskmusic.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with Whitney during the show (718) 766-4193. And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

  • SydneyRay

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    Join us this week as we welcome Pop music singer songwriter, SydneyRay. Inspired by the likes of Sara Bareilles and Alessia Cara, so far, 2017 has seen Long Island native SydneyRay become established as an artist who is truly one to watch. However, she’s certainly not resting on her laurels and has big plans for the remainder of the year. Having been diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease at the age of 11, she found support and strength through music, giving her the motivation she needed to endure multiple tests and treatments. As many individuals undergoing treatment for a condition do, she turned to writing her thoughts and feelings down in a journal, eventually turning her emotions into lyrics to create her own original songs. Now, with several releases planned for the coming months, her new single “Big” serves as a fantastic introduction for those who have yet to discover the talents of this gifted singer-songwriter. We will talk to SydneyRay about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her music, feature her latest songs, and ask her to share her message for the troops. Please be sure to visit SydneyRay at https://www.facebook.com/sydneyray03/ and spread the word. And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

  • Jessie Lynn

    in Military

    Join us this week as we welcome Country music singer songwriter, Jessie Lynn. Jessie Lynn’s musical and performing career began at the age of three when she began singing in church and participating in Little Boots Rodeo contests. Jessie participated in piano lessons for two years, and sought classical voice training from 2005 thru 2012. During her formative years in Prattville, Alabama, she experienced joy and success in coaching, showing, and training horses in multiple disciplines, playing baseball and basketball, participating in 4-H, Youth Teen Court, and various community service events, all while continuing her acting, modeling, and singing performances in numerous venues. Jessie exhibits her infectious personality and independent, “No Quit” attitude on and off the stage. She has opened for The Oak Ridge Boys, Montgomery Gentry, filling in for Clint Black at The Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s “Stars in the Park”, and American Idol 2010 Top 10 Finalist, Jessica Meuse. 2016 was an amazing year for this young artist and 2017 is off to a fantastic start! She has released two albums recently, her Veterans Tribute EP, “IN THE LINE OF DUTY” and her first album "A SOFTER SIDE OF COUNTRY". Jessie Lynn’s music is available on all major digital outlets and on her website. Also, she recently launched her new production company Dirt to Diva Productions. We will talk to Jessie Lynn about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her music, feature her latest songs, and ask her to share her message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Jessie Lynn at http://www.jessielynn.net/ and spread the word. And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

  • WTF? (Where's The Focus?) w/Kevin A. Phillips - How to handle a HOT TBI!

    in Non-Profit

    For those with TBI's, some may experience episodes... albeit; seizure, miss-fire, etc while others may not. This does not make those who do, 'a danger' to themselves or others and for those who don't need to UNDERSTAND why. For those who have seizures, it's easier to identify and provide assistance but for those who experience 'miss-fires' are often mislabeled as 'crazy', 'outta control' and or a 'danger to others.' Join us tonight as we share the differences and encourage listeners to call in and share their strategies they've developed to improve their 'recovery times'.

  • WTF? (Where's The Focus?) w/Kevin A. Phillips - The Labors of a TBI

    in Non-Profit

    While most will agree that nobody said, "LIFE is fair", LIFE with a TBI can become almost unbearable to most and a 'exucse' for some. So, how does one deal with the ever changing LIFE of a TBI survivor, very carefully and not without a surpluss of patience, and that's for the one who has the TBI. Join us as we share key elements that can significantly increase your mental constitution and enable you and those around you to enjoy more things in LIFE in spite of your TBI.

  • WTF? (Where's The Focus?) w/Kevin A. Phillips - The SCARY Side of TBI

    in Non-Profit

    Acquiring a TBI is one thing, learning to understand it, is a completely different task and one that will take the rest of your LIFE to navigate. Most who've endured the acquasition of a TBI often go undiagnosed but those who are diagnosed (properly), are often viewed differently after leaving the hospital/doctor's office. Then comes the effects of the TBI and if you reside alone, will often lead to a pleathora of undesired habits to include but not limited to 'suicidal ideations'. Join us tonight as we unmask some common tricks that will help those with TBI's, so they can become a TREAT to be around.

  • WTF? (Where's The Focus?) w/Kevin A. Phillips - How to Grateful for your TBI

    in Non-Profit

    For those with Traumatic Brain Injuries, LIFE can be just as overwhelming for them as it is for those around them. So how does one create a more exceptional LIFE after acquiring a TBI??? Be GRATEFUL! As a spiritual being having a HUMAN experience, we can appreciate all that we expereince, to include but not limited to a TBI. Join us tonight as we share some insightes that will improve your abilities and FUNctionality.

  • WTF? (Where's The Focus?) w/Kevin A. Phillips - Giving Back

    in Non-Profit

    It's THAT time of the year when we're reminded WORLD-WIDE of the ignorance Humans perpetuate out of ignorance; CHRIST-mess. While the "IDEA" was nobel, the execution of the celebratory time has developed into quite the anecdote for those who THINK. Most w/mild to severe brain injuries are no longer employable, like myself, however that doesn't mean we are no longer able to provide 'services'. Sure they may not be like they were before acquiring a TBI, but join us tonight and discover just how much you are Giving Back (and how to improve upon it) to those around you.

  • We Deserve Better - Dorrin Rosenfeld - DrD

    in Non-Profit

    Caregiving is a hard and thankless job. I've seen, both personally and professionally, the toll taken on individuals in that role. Wouldn't it make life easier to have someone else co-ordinating the services, social interaction, and time/supply needs? That's just what this organization can do for you. My guest is Matt McCabe, the VP of such an organization - www.lotsahelpinghands.com. His goal is to create a caring community for any individual who is the victim of any disease or chronic illness such as a traumatic brain injury. This community manages the essential services - both physical in terms of food and healthcare, and psychological in terms of social networking and social involvement, for someone who is unable to manage them alone. 
    As the primary service, this organization help co-ordinate the friends, families, and other volunteers to lighten the load on any one individual. A checklist can be better managed centrally so any helper can communicate with all the others; this way, necessary services aren't forgotten about or duplicated. Each caregiver can then concentrate on one aspect only and everyone will be more productive and efficient.

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