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How much did you P.L.A.Y.(Passionately Love and Appreciate YOU!) today??
Composing music for therapists, interior designers, humanitarian causes and of course the celebrated theme for the Georgia Aquarium (Pure Imagination), International Musician Extraordinaire George Skaroulis is a true pioneer in serenading ALL the senses and we are elated to have him visit the PLAYGround this week.
Dare to take a melodic, magic carpet ride into your " Pure Imagination" as we continue to explore this auspicious theme, to unleash the POWER it brings to our lives.
Tune in to a new frequency where together we discover our new blueprint for releasing stress and loving ourselves completely.
Raw, organic Life Conversations about matters of the heart, health, creativity and JOY!
Ombassa Sophera shares unfiltered truths, pure wisdom and a smorgasbord of laughter to infuse your lifestyle with Streams of Wholeness.
My guests for 04/08/15 are Stephen Sea and Tricia Greenwood.
Stephen Sea began his music career at age five when he and his brothers Michael, Roy, and Frank began performing as a band. Later, when working as a session musician in Los Angeles, he began composing scores for films. As a music producer and session musician Stephen has served industry majors including Motown, Elektra, Warner Brothers, RCA, Chrysalis, 20th Century Fox Music, CBS Songs, A&M, Almo/Moss Publishing, United Artists Publishing, and more.
Known for his "radio-friendly" approach to music composition and production, Stephen Sea brings a history to the label that includes film, television, multimedia soundtracks and scoring.
Tricia Greenwood is a solo artist, musician, guitar player, vocalist and film maker. She began her music career in 2003 with her first album, No Fear in Love.
Tricia expresses her thoughts and feelings about love and loss and hopes to comfort and inspire others with her songs. Tricia’s lyrics poetically express her deepest feelings of victory over circumstances.
Tricia has currently been working with Stephen Sea on her latest song release Soul Harmony which includes an animated music video for kids of all ages and cultures. Tricia is also working on new music to be released in her upcoming 2016 documentary Shout of Faith that includes an on film interview with Paul Zollo, author of Songwriters on Songwriting.
During the show you'll get to hear their new song, Soul Harmony.
To connect with Stephen Sea and Tricia Greenwood online, please visit there website: www.heartspeakmusic.com
YOUNG CHILDREN COMPOSING MEANING IN STORY STUDIO
Towson University professors Prisca Martens and Ray Martens are our guests
Presented by MyON Reader www.thefutureinreading.com @myonreader
Today on Tell Me a Story, we welcome Author Laura Susanne Yochelson. She began writing much like any other young girl in her diary and composing stories but when she opened up in college about living with the eating disorder anorexia nervosa, her writing shifted. Yochelson has penned two remarkable books, SICK: In The Name of Being Well, I Made Myself Sick and The Hole Clicks that follows a young woman’s quest to revitalize her heart. Connect deeper with Laura Susanne Yochelson at www.lauray.me And stay in the loop of all things TMH at www.themagichappens.com where there are links to ALL of our Social Media as well as fabulous writings and writers!
We conclude behind-the-scenes week with the talented, Tony-Nominated Composer Lucy Simon. Lucy talks to Host Erika Finn about her childhood, singing with her sister Carly in the duo The Simon Sisters, her passion for Russian literature and theater, and the creative process for composing Broadway's Doctor Zhivago.
This week, The Authentic Woman host, Shannon Fisher, welcomes Heather Powell, an NYC-based actress, singer & songwriter. Heather discovered her love of Musical Theatre at an early age, while traveling the world as an "Army Brat" during her father's career in the U.S. Army. She received a B.A. in Theatre & English from The College of William and Mary, and then embarked upon world travel of her own as an officer in the U.S. Army. Heather has had a rare view of the world in which we live.
Despite starring in more than 40 plays and musicals throughout Europe & the U.S., it was later in life that she began composing her own songs. While creating material for her one woman show, “MoonPrints,” Heather got a taste for combining music and lyrics - and writing song lyrics followed shortly thereafter, revealing a talent and passion she never knew she had! Heather's first album, “Believe it to Life,” and second album, “A Haze of Grays and Blue,” were produced in collaboration with Tomás Doncker and received critical acclaim.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher, offering perspectives on the female experience in America. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders, discovering their passions and inspirations. Follow Shannon on Twitter. Links to Previous Episodes of The Authentic Woman.
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The singer-songwriter born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Graduate Career Letters and trained at the National Conservatory also educated with great local teachers vocally and instrumentally. She began her recording career as a soloist, currently has six albums as a leader and several collaborations notable albums, composing music close to jazz folk poetry with sophisticated sound.
In 2001 she won a Martín Fierro, the most important prize of TV in Argentina as an author. His albums Limbo (EMI 2004, RCA / Sony Music 2008) and Entremundos (S-Music 2006 RCA / Sony Music 2008), were produced along with musician Pedro Aznar, former Seru Giran and Pat Metheny Group, winner of Grammy Awards and several times winner of the Gardel Prize for Music Argentina. Both albums were awards and nominations Gardel Awards and remarkable reviews.
In 2009 she produced and directed The voice beyond a DVD recorded live at 5.1 with known figures of the local scene.
In 2010 he edited Finnish Film Archive, in duo with pianist Adrian Iaies, three times nominated for the Latin Grammy Awards, with an original language of both, including repertoire of Thelonious Monk and Cuchi Leguizamón. This album was nominated for Best Jazz Album of the Gardel Awards in Argentina.
In April 2011, presented Innocence, a record with own pieces and classic Argentine folklore, whose sound is defined by musicians from the jazz and Guillermo Klein and Adrián Iaies.
In 2011 he collaborated as guest singer on the album The Landing, the Argentine singer León Gieco. On this album also included the likes of Charly García, Luis Alberto Spinetta and Gustavo Santaolalla.
On this episode, we are going to have Directors/Producers Chris Leto on to discuss their upcoming project Crazy Lake, the challenges involved with all of the other duties they take on while on set (including Sound Department, Writing, Composing, Editing, Acting, Cinematography as well as a host of other things) and their other genre films. Chris will also discuss the 2015 Innovative Film Festival in Tampa, FL and how to get your film entered early!
We will be reviewing Scream Factory's Blu-Ray release of Dark Haul as well as Midnight Releasing's DVD release of Axe To Grind!
We will also be featuring Cannibal Corpse and their most recent CD A Skeletal Domain in our Metal Blade Spotlight!
in Self Help
Best-Selling Author Guy Finley joins us today to celebrate the release of his newest book: The Secret of Your Immortal Self
The son of late-night talk show pioneer Larry Finley, Guy grew up in Los Angeles CA where many of his childhood friends were the children of celebrities. At a young age, he decided to pursue a music career, becoming the first white soft rock artist signed to Motown Records. Several of his songs were recorded by popular artists including: Diana Ross, the Jackson 5 and Debbie Boone, as well as composing scores for a number of motion pictures and TV shows.
In spite of Guy’s great success in his early professional life, he said he still felt something was missing in his personal life. Seeking to fill this void, he abandoned his music career and left for India and the Far East, where he studied spiritual teachings of self-awareness.
It was during this spiritual awakening, when he began his current best-selling writing career, with well-known classics such as: The Secret of Letting Go, Fearless Living, and The Courage to Be Free, and more than 40 other books which have sold over a million copies in 18 languages worldwide
Guy is the Founder & Director of Life of Learning Institute, the renouned non-profit for self-study in Merlin, Oregon. Guy is also a faculty member at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York and is a regular expert contributor to Beliefnet, the Huffington Post, and is a guest panelist for HuffPost Live.
Visit: Guy Finley Immortal Self
Connect with Deb at: http://www.DebScott.com
INlightenUP! Radio is a proud co-sponsor of the Building the New World conference, taking place May 28-31, 2015 in Radford, Virginia.Barbara Marx Hubbard and 50 luminaries from around the world will speak about the “Wheel of Co-Creation” and how to manifest it! You can join Lisa Sahakian and hear her speak at this evolutionary event by registering for the conference here: www.BTNW.org
Honored internationally for her interfaith activism, Ruth Broyde Sharone, author, filmmaker and inspirational public speaker, has served as Co-Chair of the Southern California Parliament of the World's Religions since 2007 and also served on the staff of the global Parliament. Ruth travels frequently to college campuses to present her popular interfaith program and award-winning film God and Allah Need to Talk. She initiated and co-led multiple interfaith pilgrimages of Christians, Muslims, and Jews from Cairo to Sinai to Jerusalem--in 1993, '94, '95, and 2000. In recognition of her contributions to bridge-building, Ruth was inducted into the Martin Luther King Advisory Board of Morehouse College in 2013.
Her award-winning interfaith memoir, Minefields and Miracles, received 30 plus endorsements from prominent religious leaders, including H.H. the Dalai Lama. Ruth is currently composing an interfaith musical entitled, "What If When You Awoke . . . "
Ruth Broyde Sharone
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From the moment I came into the world I loved music. My mother said I'd hum melodies before I could talk, and as soon as I could walk I was humming and dancing. I hoarded any music or record I could find. If someone was tired of their old vinyl or cassette music I'd take them and add them to my collection. Before long I'd collected hundreds of albums. My room was a music library. I had every type of music genre imaginable. I learned to love all music and still do to this day. I learned to sing gospel, reggae, rock, blues, soul, country, classical—you name it. If it was music I was listening. I never missed an episode of Soul Train or American Bandstand. I loved Don Cornelius and Dick Clark. I lived for their interviews. And when BET and Donny Simpson and MTV came on the scene I was an addict. All the while these diverse music experiences were influencing my own development and style. Which most say is hard to pigeonhole into one specific genre.
I took my clarinet and cassette player with me everywhere I went. And when I wasn't listening to music I was composing it and singing it. When I was 10 years old I won First Chair in All City Band. I played my clarinet and everyone loved it. My mother hugged me and asked how in the world did you do that and I looked at her and without emotion said God. She laughs and tells that story every Thanksgiving.
I never quite believed I was good enough to pursue music as a career and in my family focusing on a college education was what was expected of me. So I focused on my education and on my business career all the while privately obsessing on music. My husband and best friend who is also an artist and loves music, looks me in my eyes one evening during a candle lit dinner and says,
Follow your heart and dreams.