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Washington, D.C. has many exceptional vocalist, join me this evening when I interview one of them, Heidi Martin. She is a vocalist and composer who is a native Washingtonian. Also, trumpeter Russell Gunn who grew up in East St. Louis, Illinois will join us. Heidi Martin and Russell Gunn will perform together at Bohemian Caverns this weekend. Heidi studied at the University of the District of Columbia with Professor Calvin Jones. In addition, she took private lessons with drummer/vocalist Grady Tate. Since that time she has performed in New York often and around the world. Russell Gunn has had a Grammy nominated recording, Ethnomusicology vol. 1. In 1999, Oliver Lake saw him performing in St. Louis and invited him to perform in New York. Next, he was heard by Denis Jeter, an assistant to Wynton Marsalis at Lincoln Center, who recommended him for the third trumpet chair in Marsalis' Blood on the Fields. After receiving rave notices for his performances, he began to earn recognition. As a result, he has many recordings and has traveled all over the world playing jazz music. Jazz lives at Jazz Notes!
Many jazz musicians have decided to make Washington, D.C. their home after traveling over the world performing jazz. This evening, I will interview Herman Burney a bassist, composer and educator who decided to reside in Washington, D.C. after traveling around America and the world performing music. He has performed with many musicians. For instance, he played the bass for 5 years with Freddie Cole and for 4 years with Rene Marie. The list of jazz performers that he has recorded and performed with is extensive. Rufus Reid described Herman as one of the finest bassist on the scene today. Join us as he shares information about his music and we listen to his CD, Offering. Jazz lives at Jazz Notes.
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Please welcome Malane Shani for the first time to “Get Your, It Together!” Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 10:am est. REVELATION aka and GodIs L aka, will speak with this dynamic empowerment specialist who’s the CEO & Founder of Malane Shani Global, a professional coaching service that offers empowerment techniques relative to life coaching, motivational speaking, personal development and professional leadership workshops, with Spiritual focus on the Divinity in you! This organization has been inspiring, supporting, elevating individuals, the community and ultimately the world over through private and group coaching for more than 10 years. Some of her clients include corporate execs, government officials and attorneys, just to name a few. She fuses her unique skills with visionary intuition, tapping into the authentic nature of being! She’s a Certified Professional, Relationship, Bereavement and Spiritual Life Coach, as well as an Ordained Interfaith Minister. Her credentials are derived from the World Coaching Institute, which is the Foundational International Coach Federation & is Board Certified, Coach Approved Coach Training Programs. You may contact to attain the many services at website Malaneshani.com, email email@example.com , or call 404-200-3796. So, let’s continue affirming that we’re all activated seeds of pure consciousness, animated by The Spirit of The All That Is! Call 773-897-6555 with questions, comments, log onto the site and chat during the show or check the archives at www.blogtalkradio.com/gyit .
New artist, Jazmin Deborah Ghent is a young very soulful, passionate and dynamic saxophonist from Huntsville, Alabama. This recent graduate from Florida State University and Tennessee State University's Music Education/Jazz Studies Department is known for her exceptional tone quality and her ability to combine her gospel roots to create a fresh new sound to the smooth jazz music industry. Her self-entitled EP is described as tremendously diverse from the upbeat sounds of "Boss", the creative happy song "EYO" to the smooth soulful sounds of "Jazzy Jazz". Jazmin's full CD "Boss" will be available for purchase in June 2015. It is obvious this entertainer's true passion is music! "This rising star is one to keep an eye on!"
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Emerging from Alabama’s Gulf Coast like an exciting and electric force of musical nature, multi-talented composer, trumpeter and vocalist David Jones calls his brand of Smooth Jazz, “Soul Jazz” and titles it BEAUTIFUL MUSIC! There’s so much more here than that title implies. With the help of guitarist Eric Essix, Jones gets the party off to a soulful, funk-drenched start, having his trumpet declare on his radio hit, “Let The Players Play.” He and Essix keep the rock/soul hoppin’ on “Glory Be.” Jones includes lovely vocals and trumpet ballads and even an explosive Gospel tune. It’s BEAUTIFUL MUSIC for fans with expansive tastes! ~Jonathan Widran
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From California comes RAZE, aka Ruby Raze, making her way to Turnbuckle Turmoil for the first time. This young lady is doing some very good things on the west coast as she continues to improve her craft. She is out of the Santino Brothers wrestling school which is one of the more reputable in the United States today. We'll find out more about her and her thoughts on the industry as Ruby Raze becomes a wrestler to remember.
Have you heard of the TED Talks series? The inspirational talks have grown into a popular video series and can be an incredible resource for those looking to expand their horizons on topics they may not already be familiar with or learn a different side to a story they think that they already know. According to their website, “TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages. ”
In November 2014, a group of women known as The Lady Lifers took to the TEDx stage inside Muncy State Prison to sing about their experiences. These women have all been sentenced to life in prison and in Pennsylvania there is no chance at parole. Of the ten women who make up The Lady Lifers, many have been incarcerated for well over twenty years, and inmate Trina Garnett has been in prison since she was fourteen years old. After their powerful song, the women who have been primarily known by their inmate numbers definitively state their names and declare, “This is not my home.”
The Washington Post recently made the argument
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