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Join Sharon Rainbow Eagle, Sue Graywolf & Jim Graywolf for a Ciracle Radio broadcast Wednesday, 3/11 at 1 PM MST, 3 PM EST, 8 PM London and 10 PM Israel time for a musical show and this time, you're welcome to sit with us using your drums, either your hearts or physical drums.
Drums were a part of our existence since early days; either for a rock concert or as a praying instrument, drums have an important role in our lives. In every culture, we will find a different shape and color of the drum – either it is the Native American drum, the Middle Eastern Darbuka (Goblet drum), Bongos or the Tambourine, the connection to the Earth Mother is unbreakable.
We will also talk about the Eagle twin spirit drums and the Wolf drum and of course, your drums will take the stage. So this is not a show you can afford yourselves to miss!
Our listeners ARE our shows. They speak and share with we hosts and create amazing energy. Come on board and feel it! Be part of the change.
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in Self Help
We will be joined by Dr. Scott Stoll, former member of the 1994 Olympic Bobsled team and current physician for the U.S. Bobsled and Skeleton team, author of Alive!, national speaker, member of the Whole Foods Scientific and Medical Advisory Board, Plantrician advisory board, Future of Health Now Advisory Board, team physician at Lehigh University and department chairman of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Coordinated Health. Dr. Scott Stoll specializes in regenerative medicine utilizing natural treatments, diet, and lifestyle to aid the body in healing chronic disease and injuries.
Dr. Stoll will talk about healing through nutritional excellence!nu
Then we will be talking with Master Captain Alan Stewart who will talk about steel drums, his music and more.
AND 22 per day is the rate at which veterans are committing suicide. We'll be talking about this very important topic!
Join The Arc of Luzerne County for an exciting conversation with award winning Drummer/Author/Educator Pat Gesualdo, pioneer of groundbreaking techniques of Drum Therapy,® and celebrated non-profit organization D.A.D. (Drums and Disabilities).
D.A.D. was launched in 2004, as a special education program in New York City and New Jersey school systems. Psychologists, neuroscientists, teachers, law enforcement agencies, child protective agencies, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and behavioral therapists in over 15 countries, use Gesualdo’s revolutionary Drum Therapy techniques in schools, mental health facilities, hospitals, and therapy centers. This effort helps disabled children and adults develop physical and cognitive functioning.
In June 2014, Governor Christie signed Gesualdo’s Legislation into law,. N.J. is the first State to add such additional protection from bullying and discrimination for the disabled population, which Gesualdo wrote to further help disabled children and adults.
Gesualdo has an exclusive Drum Therapy column in Modern Drummer Magazine, and is the author of the groundbreaking drum instruction book Drum Therapy. He holds a Certificate of Music Education, and is certified by the New Jersey Department of Education to provide New Jersey Teachers with their Mandatory CEU credit hours.
The Songs of Africa sounds of the African Drums
St. John La Lande was only 18 years old when he joined French Jesuit missionary, Father Isaac Jogues to go to the land of the Mohawks. As a young boy, St. John had been captivated by the heroine stories told of Father Jogues.
Father Jogues shared his tales and experiences of being a missionary among the Mohawks, bringing Christ and the gospel message to the people of the New World.
St. John’s enthusiasm to do God’s work was recognized by all who knew him, he spoke of the exploits of the missionaries who gave their lives as martyrs in Indian Territory and longed to go there.
Father Jogues originally arrived in North America for the first time in 1636 where he landed off the shore of Quebec. Father Jogues told his companion, Rene Goupil, “A century ago a Norman sea captain gave this place its name. He was on a ship here in the harbor, just as we are—only his ship was carrying the first white men to come up the Saint Lawrence River. When he saw the cliff there, the captain of that little ship was amazed. He cried out in his rough farmer’s French, ‘Que bec’ meaning ‘what a rock”.
The dangers among the Mohawks were well known. The Indians there were animist in their religious practice. They were polytheistic believing in many gods. Much of their rituals and ceremonies were superstitious.
When you contemplate the illustrious career of Harvey Mason, your mind HAS to be blown. Born and raised in Atlantic City, young Harvey absorbed the vibes of the great musicians THERE - and showed so much promise on drums that he was playing with Duke Ellington and Errol Garner in the 60's. Early in his recording career, there he was - up front and center with Blue Note Records. And on Columbia: Please go check out Herbie Hancock and The Headhunters for a refresher course in freshly fused Jazz :)
The associations that this consummate first-call musician has made through five decades is staggering. Because, quite simply, HE is. Nathan East has shared space and stages with The Mase for 25 years or so (Fourplay's "Silver" just dropped) and he firmly suggests that drummers of ANY note studied Harvey Mason in order to find their own style. He was THAT distinctive THAT early in his journey.
We dare you to find another legendary drummer who has been involved with more Gold and Platinum recording sessions than our guest. Awards, accolades, nods from NARAS and "Modern Drummer." Over 150 motion picture soundtracks. A regular fixture at the Oscars each year. And that long relationship with Fourplay cannot be stressed enough. When you're with a successful musical unit for 25 years, that's cause for celebration!
As bandmates Nathan, Chuck Loeb, Bob James, and Harvey prepare for a holiday run at the Blue Note in New York, our friend wanted to take the time - during this Thanksgiving week - to express his gratitude for all that his fans have given him. How beautiful that NEW fans and fellow artists got together for his album last year. And how wonderful that life-long "brothers" are banding together again right before Christmas. How fortunate are we to visit with Harvey again? You already KNOW :)
TALKING DRUMS is a weekly commentary, analysis and discussion of national, international and local issues that make the news. Top Political and Communications Strategist Michael Deek Roberts delivers this 30-minute no holds barred in his concise, precise and thought-provoking style of Progressive Liberalism. You can reach Mike at email@example.com or (347) 279-6668.
in Rock Music
Rock music should be built to last. Since its genesis, the genre has been all about longevity not a “flavor of the month” or a “flash in the pan.” Whether you go back to the seventies or nineties pillars, the goal was to create something that can be lived with for a lifetime. It still can be that way. Akron, Ohio’s Red Sun Rising—Mike Protich [vocals/guitar], Ryan Williams [guitar], Tyler Valendza [guitar], Ricky Miller [bass/vocals], and Pat Gerasia [drums], proudly carry on that tradition with their full-length debut, Polyester Zeal [Razor & Tie]. “It’s not today’s rock, but it’s a new alternative,” declares singer and guitarist Mike Protich. Through tireless gigging, they built up an impressive local fan base, soon attracting the attention of multiple labels. Razor & Tie rushed to Akron in the Fall of 2014 and signed the band following a sold out hometown show. The band headed to Los Angeles shortly after to cut Polyester Zeal with celebrated producer Bob Marlette [Black Sabbath, Shinedown, Seether]. They managed to siphon the pure, potent, powerful guitar chemistry, towering vocals, and muscular rhythms into the record’s 11 tracks with all of the “grit” intact. The first single “The Otherside” sees thick clean guitars clash with an unshakable refrain that’s as airy as it is anthemic. However, Polyester Zeal will be, and it firmly establishes Red Sun Rising’s place in rock. “The title sums it up,” concludes Mike. “Zeal is something you strive for, while Polyester is obtainable. The juxtaposition is, ‘What’s your obtainable dream?’ Ours is to tell stories through these songs. Hopefully, it makes you feel something. That’s what rock is supposed to do after all.” For more information, visit www.redsunrisingmusic.com
Music education is a very important part of society. Music can heal, help people grow, sooth, make people feel... music is a strong part of life.
With the popularity of popular music, music movies, etc. we see a growth in marketing.
Some schools are turning into the fast-food version of music education. Is the chain known as School of Rock fast food, or the real deal? Liste to find out!
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Blackfoot’s rock and roll powerhouse Rickey Medlocke joins Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show for a rare in-depth interview, Wednesday, November 18, 3 pm ET.
Rickey Medlocke has been performing on stage since the age of three. His grandfather, Shorty Medlocke, was a well-known Delta blues musician and taught his grandson, still in diapers, to play a miniature banjo. His musical abilities increased over the years. At age five, he began teaching himself to play the guitar. At the tender age of eight, he was playing drums in Grandpa Shorty’s band. He went on to master the banjo, guitar, drums, mandolin, dobro and keyboards. And let’s not forget the voice, rough, raspy, irresistible. The kid from Jacksonville made good, first carving his way in the competitive world of rock and roll at eighteen as founder, singer and guitarist for the celebrated band Blackfoot. And then as a member of the iconic Southern Rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. He continues to tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd, but more importantly, Blackfoot is back!
A conversation with the iconic singer, songwriter, musician, producer, Rickey Medlocke, on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, November 18, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.