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The only way I can describe it,Comic Con meets the best Indie Bands and Sci Fi & Comedians and yes mini film festival and indie book signing to boot.The best will lend their hearts and talent to this event, help abuse children get in a safe place with your help raising money for boarding school
Time to kick the tires light some fires Best of the best Indie music plays here. We are the only show you can show up and promote your song tour or concert. All you have to do is call in. If you have no band? No Problem lets karaoke baby, let them hear your voice and maybe something good can happen. You have no money? No problem, this is your platform to shine. You have no talent? There's a problem. we will kick your ass out the stuido. Let me hear the best of the best. Submit your music get on my playlist firstname.lastname@example.org
Love can find you at any age. But, the older you are, sometimes, the harder it is for love to track you down. Leonardo Bustos has helped thousands of Baby Boomers find love and find it quickly. Even if you're a pretty young thing with a line of suitors around the block, you've got a mother, aunt or friend who can use Leo’s help.
Host of Magnificent Time, Cloris Kylie, helps women get their lives together. A true Get It Together Girl, Cloris helps women make lasting change in their lives one step at a time. We want to focus on getting your subconscious together. So many times our minds work against us and we don't even know it! We'll discuss how to get your mind in line with your goals and desires.
My guest for 10/01/14 is Merl Saunders, Jr.
Music is a birthright for San Francisco native Merl Saunders Jr.
Merl, the namesake of legendary keyboardist Merl Saunders, grew up in the heart of the Bay Area music scene with other well known “music families” like the Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and the Gospel Hawkins family.
From his first tour with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, to subsequent gigs with Michael Jackson, Robert Cray, David Crosby, and Frank Zappa, Merl developed a unique ability to excel in the music business.
As Director of Marketing and Artist Relations at Gibson Guitars, and as Senior Marketing Coordinator and Artist Relations with Dean Markley Strings, he led creative teams to produce successful campaigns and endorsements for many top GRAMMY® winners.
In 1994, Merl produced Gibson’s 100th Anniversary Celebration. Pulling together talent, Merl brought to the stage Country Joe and the Fish, Little Feat, Greg Kihn, Gregg Allman, Elvin Bishop, Hot Tuna, Moby Grape, and Bob Weir, as well as his dad, Merl Sr.
In July 2000, Merl was named Executive Director of the San Francisco Chapter of the Recording Academy. His mission was to help to promote music and arts education. Under his leadership, the chapter realized a 10 percent increase in membership annually, and achieved a greater audience in the music business.
In early 2013 Fenix Supper Club opened in San Rafael, CA and Merl was named Executive Director of Fenix Entertainment Group. Merl's objective, along with Fenix owner Laura van Galen, is to expand the Bay Area music scene by creating a state-of-the-art venue for live performances along with the technology to record and share music by streaming it to the world.
To find out more about Merl Saunders Jr. and Fenix Supper Club, you can visit the Fenix webiste at: www.fenixlive.com
My guest for 09/17/14 is Robert Crane.
Robert Crane has been the Marin county manager for the West Coast Songwriters, a Non Profit Organization, for the past 3 years. He hosts a monthly songwriting contest for the West Coast Songwriters at FENIX Supper Club.
Robert says he only wrote 2 songs from age 8 through 50. But at age 50 a light went on that opened his songwriting flood gate. He says his wife Mary gets the credit for inspiring him to write, which is another story…
Robert and his wife Mary produced an album for the West Coast Songwriters organization called “Local Gold” in 2011. The album features the best song of the month winners tracks for the San Rafael event that year.
Robert is currently working on his own first album. Two of Robert's songs have been awarded “best song of the month” at West Coast Songwriters competitions and were also featured on the West Coast Songwriters Local Gold album.
Robert and his wife Mary are both voting members of the Recording Academy. Robert's song “Powerless” will be in the movie “The Junction” a Ron Howard – Willie Nelson Production with music by Marcus Barone of Film Music Group.
We'll be talking about songwriting, the West Coast Songwriters events, and the music Robert hears calling him. We'll also be talking about the process of songwriting and how you can work in creative collaboration with other songwriters.
You can find out more about the West Coast Songwriters by visiting their website at: www.westcoastsongwriters.org
"Please join us in greeting the one and only Sistah Q back to "Get Your, It Together!" She is the author of the highly acclaimed book "Maintaining Our Temples." Her show, "What The Problem Is," can be now seen on Harambee TV! Sistah Q co-founded D & Q Communications, Inc., dedicated to being the top publisher of Pan-Afrikan books, magazines, and other communication material. Her website, WhatTheProblemIs.com, has been voted Best Black Nationalist Site twice. Sistah Q will share her special brand of insight on some of what the Domestic Weapons of Mass Destructions really are! More importantly, she will share ways of how we can all protect ourselves from the ravaging effects to families, as "The Who & What You Are, Is Being Revealed," and this is chapter XXXVIII...
My guest for 09/12/14 is Nancy Anderson.
Nancy Anderson is a career and life consultant in the San Francisco Bay Area and the author of the perennial best selling career guide, Work with Passion, How To Do What You Love For a Living (first published in 1984; the 20th anniversary edition in 2004), and, Work with Passion in Midlife and Beyond, Reach Your Full Potential and Make the Money You Need (March 2010).
Nancy was a Regents Scholar at the University of California, Riverside where she graduated magna cum laude with an interdisciplinary degree in English and Political Science. Following graduation, Nancy co-founded two career consulting firms in San Francisco, and then established her own practice. She had her own radio show on KGO and has been interviewed on Good Morning America, Between the Lines, CNN, ABC, NBC and CBS affiliates on the west coast, as well as radio shows across the country. Nancy continues to enjoy using her intuitive, practical approach to help clients find the right niche in work.
To connect with Nancy Anderson online, visit her website at: www.workwithpassion.com
We are going to take you on a journey with music from different eras. How did these songs make you feel? What memory does it place you in? Does this music feel good to the soul? How does the music of today make you feel? What does it mean to have soul. We will dig deep within to display how music effects the soul and our generations. Lets have some fun this evening and vibe to some good soul music. Tune in!!
Your job is to get a job. I want you to let me be your partner. You have to Ask, until you are heard. You have to be bold and Seek the job you desire. You have to prepare and Knock on doors to get the job you desire. Everything short of kicking in the door should be on your list of how to get the job you desire. Your job is a 24/7 job. There are no two people better suited for this job than you and I. The job is "to get you a job". Getting a job is the most difficult job we have over time. I'll stay with you every step of the way. You can't fake it. You can't call in sick. You can't delegate the work. You don't get paid until at least 7 days after you prove yourself competent on the job. Your job is to get a job! The good thing is you have a partner right here. I'll be here every step of t he way. Work for life is the partner you need to get a job in 30days or less. Start today on a road to better tomorrows.
1) Make life as good as possible
2) Ask, Seek, Knock
3) Ask questions and seek solutions
4) Seek ways to make money
5) Seek and accept the help of others
6) Become the image of the employee you want to be
7) Knock on doors until you get hired
My guest for today's show is Chuck Ballinger.
When people ask Chuck Ballinger, what do you do?, he often doesn’t know how to answer. He realizes most people want to know what he does for a living, but this is rarely his top priority.
He says he’s always been self-employed as a designer/ builder, but his business only provides him with the means to do many other things. Things that might not pay as well.
He’s written for over ten national magazines specializing in travel, building, and scuba diving. His art has been seen in numerous art shows with his unique line of “social commentary” paintings, and he’s always been active in community affairs serving on several boards and committees in Marin.
Chuck’s travels have taken him to over 60 countries. Many of those trips were on assignment as a travel and scuba-diving journalist. In 2001, he wrote the book “An American Underwater Odyssey - 50 Dives in 50 States.” It chronicles his journey to discover America both above and below the surface in each American state. This personal quest took over a year to complete.
To find out more about Chuck, you can visit his websites:
Mark Stanton Welch is a musician, a songwriter, a performer, an educator, a facilitator, a sound and vibration alchemist, and a visionary. For over 20 years his creations have touched the hearts and minds of New Thought audiences worldwide.
With guitar, keyboard, drum and voice, Mark has interacted with and empowered individuals and groups from children to teens to adults of all ages.
Mark served as music director at Unity Church in San Luis Obispo, California, for 16 years. He also travels internationally to provide musical support for New Thought Conferences and churches.
A long held dream to write music for authors and accompany them at workshops has been realized in a current association with intuitive and Hay House author, Sonia Choquette.
Mark has also been on stage with inspiring authors such as Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Joan Borysenko, Doreen Virtue, John Holland, Shakti Gawain, and Alan Cohen.
Mark's many workshops are contemporary, relevant and interactive. He uses his music to create an atmosphere of safety and acceptance which, in turn, encourages willingness to risk. Activities involve all of the senses and learning styles of the participants.
To find out more about Mark Stanton Welch, visit his website at: www.musicforeverysoul.com