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People are drawn to Alexis from the moment they see her on stage. She draws you in with her uniquely haunting voice and long mermaid’s tresses, then holds you mesmerized with the wit and power of her words. You find yourself singing along, even if you are hearing her for the very first time.
In June 2011, Alexis opened for Nashville singer-songwriter, Rick Ferrell at Shawnee State University. Ferrell, who has written hit songs for Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Martina McBride, has been enormously complimentary of this young woman’s talent and potential.
She has been interviewed twice for Marshall University’s “Up Late Show,” as well as “Up Close and Acoustic” with Charlie Silvestri on Pottstown, PA radio. She played the Huntington Music Festival in August 2011, and made her radio debut in 2010 on Huntington Radio 106.3, to the delight of her growing fan-base, and continues to be one of their frequently played artists.
Alexis P. Suter has one of the most powerful and booming voices you ever want to hear. She is a woman with a rare baritone voice that is dripping with sensuality, pain, and fun! Alexis sings the blues and has been known to perform with such legends as Dan Akyroid and B.B. King. She has roots in gospel and house music which all lends to her unique style of blues. Celebrating the release of her new CD, Alexis joins us for Brunch In The Basement With JaVonne.
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She recorded her first song in Columbia, South Carolina, where she also earned her diploma at Richland Northeast High School's Palmetto Center for the Arts. Shortly after, she moved to New York City, and later, Charm City. It was in Baltimore where she met her lead producer, Morece, at an internship doing theatre with inner city youths.
An impromptu performance with Baltimore wordsmiths, David Ross and Femi Lawal of 5th L cleared a way to work with artists in the Baltimore music scene and beyond.
A month later, she was performing with the group in New York. A year later she was asked to come on as the vocalist for live performances with the Out of Water eXperience, Lawal's solo adventure that fuses alternative rock and hip hop.
Using this unique opportunity, Alexis has honed her talents on stage and at local venues.
She is now on the verge of releasing her first solo album.
An Army Brat, Alexis-Joyce is truly a lover of music- in all it's many forms. Her musical influences range from Donny Hathaway, Natalie Cole, and Stevie Wonder, to Aerosmith, Santana, The Eagles, and country artist such as Rascal Flatts, Kenny Chesney, Kieth Urban, and Miranda Lambert. She spent months dancing to a Shania Twain cassette tape- given to her by an aunt as a girl.
"There's no such thing as 'Black music' or 'White music," says Alexis Joyce. "I strive to create music- and that can cross racial and cultural barriers. Music isn't stifled or limited by anyone's genre restrictions."
She joins Ellen Gee on this episode of The Evolution of Perspective.
Today, everywhere you go, you hear people talking about “going green”, “being eco-friendly” and doing their part for the environment. When Al Gore’s documentary, An Inconvenient Truth hit theaters, people were up in arms. Schools, newspapers and celebrities raced to demonstrate that they were going to take action. Ironically, the whole concept of being good to the environment, harness solar power and trying to “live off the grid” has actually been around for centuries.
In Powering The Dream: The History and Promise of Green Technology, Alexis Madrigal reflects on a century and a half of American innovations in energy. He explores both the astonishing and the failed attempts to create new technology and presents them as learning opportunities for reshaping how we think about energy today.
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to author, Alexis Madrigal. Stay tuned!
Although it may seem that justice has been served, only a portion of the questions have been answered for the family of Alexis Murphy. One year ago a vibrant, beautiful 17 year old teen went missing, devastating a family and community with news quickly reaching national proportions. The country has united in support for the family of Alexis Murphy and will continue to search for her until she’s found.
Shattered Lives Radio welcomes the opportunity to talk with a Murphy family member. Listeners will learn how this family has coped for over a year without complete resolution, how they carry on in the name of Alexis, and what the future holds as they continue their search.
Rev. Rolnick is a Registered Medium in Lily Dale, NY, the world's largest Spiritualist community. She is available for readings in Lily Dale year round, as well as via phone or Skype.
Alexis has had the gift of Mediumship since childhood. Until she was much older, Alexis thought that everyone else was also Clairsentient, Clairvoyant, and Psychic. She can also access the Akashic Records to learn about a person’s past lives.
Alexis arrived at Spiritualism from a varied background. She is a former performer and retains her memberships in Actor's Equity and Screen Actors’ Guild/American Federation of Radio and Television Artists. Alexis holds a BS in Speech Arts from New York University, an MS in Theater from Emerson College, and has completed the required course work at New York University for a PhD in Religious Education. Alexis was a Professor of Communications for over 30 years. She has been a student of metaphysics since 1970, and a practicing medium since 2007.