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To kick things off this week, we'll be joined by Super 8 Tournament winner, and now retired, Damian Dragon. Damian has meant a lot to the podcast, and we pay tribute not just to his Super 8 win, but to him as an individual.Former WWE and ROH star, Tank Toland returns to the Cell to discuss his recent travels with NMRW. We'll also discuss his career more in depth and hear some of his road stories in this expanded interview.With MMA/UFC with OmegaSquad.And, a music break with The Mystery Men!
Michael Damian is an actor, singer, songwriter, and director, best known for playing Danny Romalotti on the #1 Daytime Drama, "The Young and the Restless." He has also starred on Broadway in Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."
In 1989, Michael was #1 on the Billboard charts with the smash-hit, "Rock On." His brand-new single, "Rock My Heart" is also a major hit, breaking the top 30!
Currently, Michael has been writing and directing films for The Hallmark Channel, all of which have been highly-rated and extremely popular. Join us as we chat about his current musical and directing projects, as well as his years on Y&R.
Michael Damian is a singer, actor, and director, best known for playing Danny Romolotti on the #1 daytime drama, "The Young and the Restless" for many years. He has also starred in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Techinicolor Dreamcoat." He has had top-40 hits, including the recent, "Rock My Heart" and the #1 smash in 1989, "Rock On."
Join me as I catch up with Michael about his new music, writing and directing movies, and his years on Y&R.
Michael Damian is an actor, singer, songwriter, director, writer, and producer. He and his wife, Janeen Damian, formed Riviera Films to develop and produce independent films. Some of his completed feature films, including MOONDANCE ALEXANDER, starring Don Johnson, Kay Panabaker and Lori Loughlin and crime comedy HOT TAMALE. Damian recently helmed 20th Century Fox’s FLICKA 2 and was writer/director on MARLEY AND ME: THE TERRIBLE 2’S for 20th Century Fox. Take 2 Radio chats with
W Mitchell, who prefers to be called just "Mitchell," has told his story about overcoming seemingly insurmountable disaster to millions of people around the globe, including Parade Magazine, Time Magazine, USA Today, Good Morning America, The Today Showand Maury Povich.
Having overcome two life-threatening and life-changing accidents, the first a fiery motorcycle accident and the second an airplane crash, W Mitchell says, "Before I was paralyzed there were 10,000 things I could do. Now there are 9,000. I can either dwell on the 1,000 I've lost or focus on the 9,000 I have left." His remarkable message inspires audiences to shed self-imposed baggage and obstacles that prevent them from achieving their goals.
The title of W Mitchell's book is also his philosophy on life, It's Not What Happens to You...It's What You do About It. This expert on taking responsibility for change shows audiences how to gain perspective, how to cope, and how to prosper with personal and professional change.
For more information , please http://www.wmitchell.com/
Wednesday, May 15, 6pm EDT: This evening, Mitchell Rabin will be inviting calls from anyone about anything. He will open by speaking about what psychopathology has wreaked on both our inner & outer eco-systems, plus what we, as Sacred Stewards of our planet & species, can do about it.
Mitchell is a relationship & communication coach, therapist, teacher and story-teller. Tune in, call in, and become part of the story.
Mitchell evolved his own form of eco-psychology which places Mother Earth as the "other mother" we so need to cherish and relationship to whom, for our optimum wellness, need to work through every bit, if not more, than with our personal biological Mother.
As mentioned, there will be open lines for calls so do tune in and join in with questions and solutions. Please join us!
You can Listen on-line at www.abetterworld.tv
Or listen by phone! 602 753-1860.
Striving to inject her unique flair into the realm of contemporary fiction, Award-Winning, Best-Selling author Ni’cola Mitchell entered the literary scene with one main objective: To Stimulate Your Mind, One Word at a Time.Through her independent publishing company NCM Publishing, Ni’cola published numerous titles which have been featured on various best-selling lists throughout the country. Much of her work revolves around complex relationship issues and Mitchell’s compulsive desire to see women overcome challenges.Over and Over Again was featured in the top ten by EDC Creations Recommended Reading List for the 2009 fall season under Mainstream Fiction and Women’s Fiction. Ni’cola Mitchell was nominated Self-Published Author of the Year with the African-African Literary Award Show for 2010 and 2011. Her short story "The Forbidden Rain" was featured in the Between the Sheets anthology which won 2011 Anthology of the Year with the African-American Literary Award Show. Recently Twisted, won Book of the Year for 2011 with the African American on the Move Book Club. Because of her outstanding representation of Las Vegas’ African-American community, Ni’cola Mitchell was featured in the second edition of Who’s Who in Black Las Vegas. Ni’cola was also included in the fourth volume of the I Am Royalty: Profiles in Black History series. She is also a motivational speaker and literary consultant. When she isn’t writing, Mitchell loves to spend time with her family and volunteer as a mentor for
Singer/Director/Writer/Actor, Michael Damian (Danny Romalotti, The Young and the Restless) comes back to the show to talk about his new film, The Sweeter Side of Life, plus debut his new song, Rock My Heart, plus we take a stroll down memory lane of Y&R and take fan calls.
Michael Damian is an actor, singer, songwriter, director, writer, and producer. Damian has also enjoyed a prolific on-camera career and is most widely known for his eighteen year run on the #1-rated daytime drama, as Danny Romolatti on"The Young and the Restless". He also starred as “Joseph” in the Broadway production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, which broke box office records in both Los Angeles and on Broadway
Clinical Hypnotherapist, Lesley Mitchell Clarke explores the phenomena of alien "abductions" and possible extraterrestrial contact throughout history and in the present time. Lesley investigates these issues with the help of expert guests, including noted scientists, metaphysicians, historians, authors and on-air personalities.
Can't wait for you to join us as we speak with:
Caroline Leavitt on Is This Tomorrow MJ Rose on Seduction Mitchell Zuckoff on Frozen in Time Lucy Burdette on Topped Chef Listeners will have the chance to win copies of Seduction, Topped Chef and Frozen in Time