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Cherie rocketed to fame as the teenage lead vocalist of The Runaways with bandmates Joan Jett, Lita Ford, Sandy West, Jackie Fox and Vicki Blue and together they produced the albums The Runaways, Queens Of Noise and Live In Japan.
Cherie is also an accomplished actress whose film roles include Foxes with Jodie Foster and Twilight Zone - The Movie.
Cherie is also the author of the autobiography "Neon Angel : A Memoir Of A Runaway" which inspired the film "The Runaways" with Dakota Fanning.
Cherie has been an artist her entire life, but only in the last several years has her creativity led her to the craft of professional wood carving and she opened her own Chainsaw Art Gallery in Chatsworth, California.
Cherie will be performing on Friday May 3rd at 7PM at Brick By Brick in San Diego, Ca and on Saturday May 4th at The Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa, Ca at 7PM.
Please visit Cherie's official site at
The Runaways official site at
Cherie's Official Website for her chainsaw art http://www.chainsawchick.com/
To purchase Cherie's autobiography "Neon Angel: A Memoir Of A Runaway"
For ticket and show information for Friday May 3rd at Brick By Brick in San Diego, CA
For ticket and show information for Saturday May 4th at The Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa, Ca
Fisher came out with their first album in 1999 and immediately I was hooked. They capture the love that you dream about. Tune in to hear etherial transcendence.
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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This week our guest is Sean M. Fisher. He wrote, produced and directed the award winning documentary film Metaphysia 2012. Fisher began the production company Marin Studios to pursue his passion for storytelling while dedicating his life to spiritual truth and understanding. His experience in making Metaphysia 2012led him to begin creating Vision 2013 (www.Vision-2013.com), which is intended to become a new community platform that can carry the film’s inspirational vision for living together forward beyond 2012. www.Metaphysia2012.com
The Awakenings Radio Show is Your place for insight, tools and the 411 to track & navigate the Path of Awakening, Soul Alignment, Healing, Self Development, Spirituality, the Planetary Shift and Ascension.
Awakenings broadcasts live every Wed. 12pm -1:30 pm PT Call in for Psychic Channeled Guidance, with your questions and to share. #347-539-5122 Michele gives a talk every week and answers listener's questions; as well as does readings for callers from 12 pm – 12:45 pm
Through Awakenings you can get the support and tools to make the changes to live more fulfilled, authentic, Soul connected and prosperous Email email@example.com to get your questions answered on air; or for guest and topic suggestions.
Eric Himan joins Candi & Randy to talk about his newest music, upcoming dates, and his recent op-ed piece for The Advocate regarding LGBT music artists.
Eric Himan is an award-winning nationally touring soulful/folk/rock artist based in the Tulsa area.
He has won top honors Artist of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year at Urban Tulsa Weekly’s Absolute Best of Tulsa Music Awards, Best of the Best in Oklahoma Magazine for 3 years, while nationally winning the Singer/Songwriter Awards and licensing his original songs to MTV, Vh1, Oxygen, and E! Eric’s music has been featured on Sirius/XM’s Coffeehouse radio station with his song, “Save The Afternoon” and version of the Simply Red classic, “Holding Back the Years”.
He has appeared in The Advocate, newspapers nationwide, and gained a working endorsement with Fender Guitars.
Find out more about Eric at his official website - www.erichiman.com
Plus, award winning singer/songwriter Matt Zarley calls in to join the fun. Lots of talent to go around.
Call in with your questions or comments.
Norman Mailer, the literary tough guy who was covering the 1992 Rebuplican National convention for The New Republic, was awed by the “Republican princess” and the magnitude of her appeal. “When Mary Fisher spoke like an angel that night,” he wrote, “the floor was in tears, and conceivably the nation as well.”
Called “A Whisper of AIDS,” the speech is included in “Words of a Century: The Top 100 American Speeches, 1900-1999,” you can watch and listen to it on YouTube.
Mary Fisher tested positive for H.I.V. in 1991 at the age of 43 and has spent the last 20 years combining advocacy and art-making.
Back in 1992 the Republican National convention was on my TV as background noise. At one point, I glanced up and saw a woman I could identify with as a young mother, but here she was saying she had AIDS. Mary left quite an impression on me. Little did I know that years later our paths would cross at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. This time I was drawn in by her artwork. We connected on some level and have been friends ever since. It is my honor to interview her today and help her celebrate her 65th birthday - Mary Fisher style.