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The two-time American idol finalist recently launched her solo career under Soundmine Music Works, working with producer Dan Malsch, Hunter feels her experience has seasoned her as a strong vocalist and performer and is> excited about her amazing future for the coming years. If you’re a rock-n-roll fan looking for a little bit of soul, give Hunter Monroe a shot, along with her multi-talented band, they produce what they do quite well in a live setting. Hunter loves to perform in front of a live audience; her goal of making music motivates her to continue bringing music and soul to the world. If you haven’t yet caught her engaging and disarming live show, take a chance on Hunter Monroe and you’ll become a life long fan. See Hunter in action once and you won’t forget her.
Hear a catalog of music from Kate Earl and listen to her stories behind the music. She is extremely inspiring with the voice of ambrosia.
Love has many facets – each side representing a different emotion, a different relationship, and a different experience. On this show, we will discuss our romantic moments and listen to the most passionate love songs that you have ever heard.
Call us to share your love story – we want to help you heal from your heartbreaks and we want to hear your inspirational story of how he proposed. This is for the ultimate romantic in all of us. If you would like relationship advice, Solaris is happy to help you.
Solaris has been an Astrological Advice Columnist for BE! Magazine for over 3 years and just recently started writing for FAE Magazine. By using Astrology, she can see into your energy and explain the magic that lies within you. She can illustrate your deepest gifts, your past lives, your destiny, and help you to understand your soul mate and why they do what they do. By following the changing planets, she can predict the perfect timing to plan your life events and when things will most likely happen for you. And wherever there is fear or challenges within you, she can help you transcend your psychological blocks so you can have the love life you have always wanted. She loves to inspire people to follow their hearts to make their most luminous dreams come true!
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On Friday, May 3rd at 11 am, ET, Joy Radio will interview Mary Alice Monroe, New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of 14 novels, including Beach House Memories, The Butterfly’s Daughter, Last Light Over Carolina and Times is a River. We will be discussing her upcoming novel, Summer Girls, the first book in Monroe’s Lowcountry Summer Trilogy, is set for release June 25th by Gallery Books. Known for her award-winning ability to connect readers to the mysteries and threats in the natural world, this time it’s the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin that inspires Mary Alice Monroe’s latest novel, THE SUMMER GIRLS.
To schedule and interview or request a book review, please contact Monroe's PR assistant, Angela May, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843.568.0233. Visit her at www.MaryAliceMonroe.com
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Tomorrow night, Saturday, April 26, we will be airing a special episode of AVFM Radio, commemorating the life and work of Earl Silverman, the man who founded and operated the only refuge for battered men in Canada. Mr. Silverman committed suicide after the shelter, which was completely ignored by the Canadian Government, fell into hard economic times.
While the circumstances and precise reasons for his decision are not known at this time, we do know that Earl had struggled for years to provide services to men who needed to escape violent relationships. He was first exposed to that violence when he was married to an abusive woman. He sought out help for that and found there was none. Against all odds and in spite of the fact that the Canadian government summarily rejected all of his requests for funding, he pushed ahead with plans and provided services to battered men out of his own pocket and with meager contributions from a largely uncaring society.
Said one advocate today:
"The fellow I was staying with in Calgary hung himself this morning. He had spent 20 years fighting the courts and agencies of government to have men recognized as victims of domestic abuse worthy of equal treatment by the courts and government. He was frustrated because no one seemed to care or do anything about it. In his own case, he was victimized first by his ex and later by a system that didn't care to hear him. No [one] wanted to help the battle.”
His death has just been confirmed by the medical examiner to James Huff.
AVFM Founder Paul Elam will be co-hosting the show with Operations Director James Huff. We will also be trying to bring you someone who knew Earl on a personal level and can give us much better insights into his work and his experiences in his final days.
The call in number for the show is 310-388-9709. All MRHAs are invited to call the show in order to pay their respects to Earl Silverman.