• 00:46

    Up Close and Personal with - Absolon

    in Entertainment

    On Tuesday May 13th at 3pm est,2pm cst and Noon pst, join Dean Swett, President  of the Paramour Group, as he talks to the one and only Ken Pike, lead singer of Absolon. Joining Ken guitarist Tyler Colick will also be talking with Dean. Let's hear all the exciting news that Ken and Tyler will be sharing with our listeners. Check out Absolon's website :


    http://www.absolonrocks.com/


    And you can also join their new fan club page on Facebook:


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/absolonfans/


    And you can also like their band page :


    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Absolon/486224348063064


     


     

  • 02:00

    "Up Close & Personal" with "Andy Snitzer" & "U-Nam"

    in Music

    Welcome to "Up Close & Personal" with Latinjazzy


    Today being the show's 1st aniversary I will be catching up with my buddy and 1st guest a year ago, one of comptemporary jazz's elite saxophonist/writer/drum programer/producer Andy Snitzer as he shares with us not just some of his beautiful music, but his accomplishments in this past year as well what's keeping him busy nowadays and what's ahead!!! 


    I will also be talking with with UC&P first timer and long time friend virtuostic guitarist and renowned producer U-Nam...who's newly release album “C’est Le Funk”  went straight to the top of the charts on its first day, reaching #1 on the Amazon US “Best Sellers” List for Funk Albums, #2 for Smooth Jazz Albums and #19 in Overall Jazz....not bad at all!!!


    So join us tomorrow, the fun begins at 6:00 pm EST

  • 01:29

    Close Encounters/Alien Abductions/Ufo Sightings/Crop Circles

    in Paranormal

    Clarence Mitchell an admin for the group "Acient Aliens" on Facebook,talks about Close Encounters,Alien Abuductions,Ufo Sightings ,Crop Circles and much more...Ever had an encounter?? Have you seen something strange in the night sky?? We would like to hear about it..(347)989-1008 is the number to call.

  • 01:07

    "Up Close & Personal" with Guitarist / Vocalist "Steve Oliver"

    in Music

    Join us at Up Close & Personal as we help celebrate  a milestone in the musical career of one of our fave guitarist Steve Oliver. With eight albums over the last 15 years, Steve's "Best Of so far" gathers multiple #1 Billboard hits and fan favorites including 2 brand new songs.


     

  • 00:31

    Pt. 19: Close-Up TalkRadio welcomes back Rosalind Cazares of Mama's Temple Choir

    in Music

    Murray, UT – In June 2008, dual legislation passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate designated September as Gospel Music Heritage Month. In recognition of Gospel Music Heritage Month, Close-Up Talk Radio will spotlight Mama’s Temple Church Choir of Utah.


    Mama's Temple Church Choir is a Pentecostal gospel choir led by Minister of Music Rosalind E. Cazares. Named for Rosalind’s mother Dr. Rosemary Redmon Cosby, affectionately known as “Mama,” the choir has since become one of the most renowned in the country, bringing its unique traditional gospel music to countless venues throughout the state of Utah for over 30 years. 


    “I learned how to find God to get the spirit into the song from my mother,” says Rosalind. “When you sing, you have to sanctify yourself. They’re not Gospel songs until you can feel the spirit of God when you’re singing.”


    Rosalind says the choir is dedicated to keeping Mama’s legacy alive by using the communal spirit of gospel music to reinforce a belief in God and sing His praise. Each show is unique, with the choir offering an extensive repertoire of songs including everything from “Amazing Grace” to “Two Wings” to “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. The choir can even perform songs by audience request.


    Rosalind says that at its very best, gospel music can be our salvation.


    “When I sing these songs it fills my spirit. I feel God, so of course you’ve got to get that shout in,” laughs Cazares. “It’s a really, really good feeling to hear the sound of all these voices singing His praise together. God can hear us.”

  • 00:31

    Part 14: Close-Up Talk Radio welcomes back Maureen Santora

    in Education

    Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.


    “It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”


    In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.


    “It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”

  • 00:31

    Pt. 18: Close-Up TalkRadio welcomes back Rosalind Cazares of Mama's Temple Choir

    in Music

    Murray, UT – In June 2008, dual legislation passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate designated September as Gospel Music Heritage Month. In recognition of Gospel Music Heritage Month, Close-Up Talk Radio will spotlight Mama’s Temple Church Choir of Utah.


    Mama's Temple Church Choir is a Pentecostal gospel choir led by Minister of Music Rosalind E. Cazares. Named for Rosalind’s mother Dr. Rosemary Redmon Cosby, affectionately known as “Mama,” the choir has since become one of the most renowned in the country, bringing its unique traditional gospel music to countless venues throughout the state of Utah for over 30 years. 


    “I learned how to find God to get the spirit into the song from my mother,” says Rosalind. “When you sing, you have to sanctify yourself. They’re not Gospel songs until you can feel the spirit of God when you’re singing.”


    Rosalind says the choir is dedicated to keeping Mama’s legacy alive by using the communal spirit of gospel music to reinforce a belief in God and sing His praise. Each show is unique, with the choir offering an extensive repertoire of songs including everything from “Amazing Grace” to “Two Wings” to “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. The choir can even perform songs by audience request.


    Rosalind says that at its very best, gospel music can be our salvation.


    “When I sing these songs it fills my spirit. I feel God, so of course you’ve got to get that shout in,” laughs Cazares. “It’s a really, really good feeling to hear the sound of all these voices singing His praise together. God can hear us.”

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Esther Lamnyam of Imitate Nature

    in Self Help

    Bowie, MD – Just as we might use natural products to improve our physical health we should use natural principles to help us confront our emotional challenges as well.


    Esther Lamnyam is the founder of Imitate Nature, a coaching practice focused on promoting wellness to help individuals create fulfillment in their lives. Imitate Nature is unique in that Esther teaches clients to tap into “the laws of nature,” the tools that exist around them and within them, to help achieve their goals.


    “There are rhythms and cycles to life,” explains Esther. “There’s a time to plant and there’s a time to harvest. When people realize this, they can tap into these cycles for their relationships, their business and their health.


    “There are so many modalities out there and there is so much conflicting information,” adds Esther. “That’s why I started using nature as my guide. I realized if you follow these principles, they work across the board, whether it’s your health, your relationships or your business. The beauty of having these tools is you can always come back to them. They’re constant.


    “Some people don’t need a lot of help; they just need to put the pieces together,” adds Esther. “They have everything they need within them to achieve their goals.”


    Originally from Cameroon, today, Esther’s story has come full circle. She’s currently part of a new effort to mentor in African villages in life success strategies.


    “I’m most proud of the children I’ve been able to help,” says Esther. “Joy and happiness is our fuel, our energy. I encourage them to pass this message on. That makes me want to keep trying.”

  • 00:31

    Pt. 17: Close-Up TalkRadio welcomes back Rosalind Cazares of Mama's Temple Choir

    in Music

    Murray, UT – In June 2008, dual legislation passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate designated September as Gospel Music Heritage Month. In recognition of Gospel Music Heritage Month, Close-Up Talk Radio will spotlight Mama’s Temple Church Choir of Utah.


    Mama's Temple Church Choir is a Pentecostal gospel choir led by Minister of Music Rosalind E. Cazares. Named for Rosalind’s mother Dr. Rosemary Redmon Cosby, affectionately known as “Mama,” the choir has since become one of the most renowned in the country, bringing its unique traditional gospel music to countless venues throughout the state of Utah for over 30 years. 


    “I learned how to find God to get the spirit into the song from my mother,” says Rosalind. “When you sing, you have to sanctify yourself. They’re not Gospel songs until you can feel the spirit of God when you’re singing.”


    Rosalind says the choir is dedicated to keeping Mama’s legacy alive by using the communal spirit of gospel music to reinforce a belief in God and sing His praise. Each show is unique, with the choir offering an extensive repertoire of songs including everything from “Amazing Grace” to “Two Wings” to “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. The choir can even perform songs by audience request.


    Rosalind says that at its very best, gospel music can be our salvation.


    “When I sing these songs it fills my spirit. I feel God, so of course you’ve got to get that shout in,” laughs Cazares. “It’s a really, really good feeling to hear the sound of all these voices singing His praise together. God can hear us.”

  • 00:31

    Close-Up spotlights Angela Grillo CFP® of South County Financial Planning

    in Finance

    San Juan Capistrano, CA – Whether your retirement is just around the corner or 30 years away, a sound investment strategy can get you moving in the right direction toward a bright financial future. But retirement is about more than just your investments.


    While most certified financial planners focus on the big picture, according to Angela Grillo, it’s the details that are what’s most important. Angela is the founder of South County Financial Planning, a fee-only financial planning firm. Since 2008, Angela has helped thousands of clients from all income levels coordinate their finances with their life goals.


    “Everyone should have a financial plan done at least once in their lifetime, even for people who don’t have a lot of assets,” says Angela. “Even one conversation is enough to get them to start thinking about what will work out for them best.”


    Before embarking on a career in financial planning, Angela had been a computer programmer. Today, Angela’s clients tend to be engineers, whom many financial planners consider to be the most difficult and demanding clients.


    “If I can’t explain how the software arrived at certain figures, they won’t believe me,” says Angela. “I don’t have any difficulty with that because I’m the same way.”


    Angela also works with a number of families who have children with special needs. As the mother of a 19-year-old autistic son, Angela can better assist these families, who often struggle with greater living expenses from the fees and costs for different therapies when the child is younger.


    “It takes someone with personal experience to understand what the family of a disabled child is going through,” says Angela. “You spend a lot of money in their early years. I can help them head in the right direction."

  • 00:01

    Part 14: Close-Up Talk Radio welcomes back Maureen Santora

    in Education

    Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.


    “It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”


    In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.


    “It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”

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