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This Wednesday on A Kind Voice on Music we are joined by Joe Savarino of the Avadhootz - singer/songwriter, poet, and world traveler.
Hosted by Ryder Timberlake.
This Wednesday on A Kind Voice on Music we talk with singer/songwriter and storyteller George Schricker about a career spanning decades - both for himself and for his audiences. George has presented his storytelling method in 48 different artist residencies, and spent twenty years performing for children in schools accross the country. His efforts culminated in a children's album, George's Brother, whose song "Archaeopteryx" was even nominated for Children's Song of the Year.
George has since returned to writing and playing for primarily adult audiences, with album releases in 2010 (Back on Track) and 2012. "Losing Track of Time", one of the songs on Back on Track, received notable mention in The New York Times and significant airplay in our fair state of Indiana. In tonight's episode we listen to several tracks from his latest album, Precious Time, and talk about George's band, event center, and love of songwriting.
To find out more about George's band or venue, please check out this link:
SHOW # 269 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"
All about the women tonight!
Eliza Neals is from Detroit and her new album is Breaking and Entering, a collection of rocking blues numbers. I'll speak with Eliza and explore her history and the road that led to this new album and music.
Regina Bonelli comes to The Couch from Kool Breeze who suggested I check out the music from this Brooklyn, NY native. Her debut album is entitled Open Up The Door and the original songs all tell the story of this woman's journey to becoming the "reigning queen of NYC Blues" as she was dubbed by Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine.
Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar released their full-length album, The Nightingale, back in February and it has caught the attention of many a Blues, Soul and Gospel fan since then. Out of Canada, Martin's skill on acoustic and resonator guitars are evident throughout and the vocals of Delta Sugar add another level to the band's sound. I'll speak with Samantha about her life and music.
Couch Kid Deb Ryder returns to talk about her new release Let It Rain. The album is loaded with stellar musicians contributing to the sound that is unique to this fine vocalist. All 11 songs are originals and they prove that Deb's skills as a songwriter continue to grow as she does.
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Winona Ryder confirmed for 'Beetlejuice' sequel
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Trank drops out of untitled Star Wars film
HBO confirms preliminary discussions of 'Deadwood' film, also announce acquisition and future airing of 'Sesame Street'
This Wednesday on A Kind Voice on Music we're joined by Gary Gamponia, creator and director of The Pay It Forward Band. Its mission - to bring free professional musical entertainment to nursing homes, delivering excellent renditions of old standards significant to their listening audience. Gary hopes that through the selfless contributions of musicians working together in 11 cities accross the country, nursing homes can begin to recognize the value of providing high quality, relevant entertainment for its residents - and revise and implement their budgets accordingly. For those interested in joining the band on their mission, they can be reached until midnight any day of the week at (888) 777-0764.
This episode of A Kind Voice was visited by a number of technical issues - bumper glitching, mic glitching, losing our guest. It is a testament to our dedication to the topic and our editing process that the only easily noticeable remnant of these problems in the recorded show is the host's change from microphone to telephone connection after the first break.
We're always continuing to refine and better our proccess here at A Kind Voice on Music in order to bring you the highest quality wholesome discussion and entertainment possible. There will be bumps in the road as we transition, but over time you'll see a big positive difference when you look back.
With Straight Outta Compton, Kelli Jones has cemented herself as the go-to Costume Designer for gritty, realistic depictions of television and feature films’ most compelling characters and genres. After getting her start on season two of the critically-acclaimed FX series The Shield, Kelli was tapped to develop the look that sparked a fashion phenomenon with the wildly popular biker gang drama Sons of Anarchy. Through Sons, Kelli not only brought unquestionable sex appeal to the characters, but also garnered a Costume Designer’s Guild nomination in the prestigious “Best Contemporary Costume Design” category. In a true testament to the populatiy of her original looks and style, she even developed a Sons Of Anarchy clothing and jewelry line that is sold directly to fans on the FX Network’s website. These signature designs and point-of-view were not lost on the producers of the motion picture thriller Homefront, who picked her to create the looks for stars Jason Statham & James Franco, Winona Ryder and Kate Bosworth. Additionally, Kelli has she designed for such feature films as Chrystal starring Billy Bob Thornton, Four Reasons starring Josh Lucas and Radha Mitchell and Isolation, for Sons of Anarchy Director Stephen Kay. Jones’ other successful television credits include Hawaii, North Shore, Standoff, Women's Murder Club, Memphis Beat, Parks and Recreation, Franklin & Bash and several television pilots including Star-Crossed for the CW network and the groundbreaking Fox series The Following. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Today's episode shines our spotlight on the words and music of Nashville singer/songwriter, Mia Rose Lynne. To learn more about Mia's music please checkout her now-funded Kickstarter project, or her website. Hosted by Ryder Timberlake.
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Join Cassandre Dayne as she highlights artists who take their works to the edge. On Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 2pm EST, Pembroke Sinclair will talk with Cassandre on her latest release, her work with the Forsaken Imprint at Booktrope and her fascination with writing.
She has written an eclectic mix of fiction ranging from horror to sci-fi and even some westerns. Born in Rock Springs, Wyoming--the home of 56 nationalities--it is no wonder Pembroke ended up so creatively diverse. Her fascination with the notions of good and evil, demons and angels, and how the lines blur have inspired her writing. Pembroke lives in Laramie, Wyoming, with her husband, two spirited boys, a black lab named Ryder, and a rescue kitty named Alia, who happens to be the sweetest, most adorable kitty in the world! She cannot say no to dessert, orange soda, or cinnamon. She loves rats and tatts and rock and roll and wants to be an alien queen when she grows up.
Join and enjoy...if you dare...
Honey in the beehive, honey bun, everytime you kiss me, give it lots of punch - reddy reddy red, red red hot, I like YES I DO what you got - SOCK IT TO ME BABY, THE BABY - words from Mitch Ryder & the DETROIT WHEELS - "Sock It To Me, Baby" - check out the honeycomb - CEREAL, SEAR REE ALL!!! (does that make sense, or am I trying to word this thing out until I get the right percentage on the signal strength?) Join JGCD, J ohnny G raham C racker (Carcker) D avis - with his soul on the music display...