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Mandy Eppley speaks with visual artist Gypsy Hundley about how her creative spirit is reflected in her artwork and is her passionate way of serving in the world.
Gypsy Hundley has been painting full time for over 10 years. Her work has been displayed in galleries throughout the nation and purchased from thousands of spirits world wide. Starting out as an outsider/folk artist, Gypsy spent years traveling the unknown roads touring art shows and seeking galleries while living out of her van. Her tenacity to evolve and pursue an art career gave her strength to move forward. Her continual changes in her style has gained respect, recognition and admiration.
When she speaks of her art, it is as if she's telling a story of an ancient love she has danced through life with, hand in hand. "I wouldn't know what I would do if I couldn't create. I am so very blessed and choose to carry those blessings to others through my colors and imagination. Hopefully to heal and brighten other lives."
Mandy Eppley interviews Barry Sherman, musician and licensed school social worker. They will be talking about his service in the world that has been created through is love for inclusion, children and justice.
Barry Sherman ~ MSW, LCSW, is a school social worker with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition, until stepping down from this position in May of 2011, he served for nearly 20 years as the Assistant Director of The Institute for Life-leadership & Coaching. Along with his role as a school social worker, he continues his work with INTEGRA for KIDS, a leadership development program that adapts Chris Saade's original/adult INTEGRA model for use with children through utilizing the creative arts - music, dance, drama, and writing (www.INTEGRAforKIDS.org).
Mandy Eppley interviews acclaimed international author, speaker and sacred activist Andrew Harvey. They will be talking about his amazing story and the theme of Spiritual Fortitude - the 5th Step from The Model of Heart-Centered Grief.
Andrew Harvey is Founder Director of the Institute of Sacred Activism, an international organization focused on inviting concerned people to take up the challenge of our contemporary global crises by becoming inspired, effective, and practical agents of institutional and systemic change, in order to create peace and sustainability. He is considered an expert on the poetry of Rumi and has written and edited over 30 books including The Hope and his most recent Radical Passion: Sacred Love and Wisdom in Action. He has also been a featured speaker and leader of workshops for The Shift Network.
Marianne Williamson says this about Andrew,"Every age has its teachers, who keep the eternal truths alive for all of us. And when a generation is very, very lucky, it encounters a teacher so illumined that the words he delivers must be illumined as well. In the case of Andrew Harvey, the light he sheds is like a meteor burst across the inner sky.”
Mandy Eppley interviews Kathryn Goetzke, entrepreneur, innovator and social activist fighting the stigmatism associated with depression. They will be talking about her story and the theme of Service - the 6th Step from The Model of Heart-Centered Grief.
Kathryn Goetzke is the founder of the 501(c) 3iFred, the International Foundation for Research and Education for Depression (www.depression.org). She is also the entrepreneur and innovator behind Mood-lites™ (www.themoodfactory.com), a new category of lighting in the U.S. lighting marketplace. She founded iFred based on research at the time by the World Health Organization that less than 25% of people with currently diagnosable depression are receiving treatment due to stigma (or, as she calls it, negative brand or positioning), and is dedicated to increasing the number of those being treated to 100%.
Beyond The Music. R&B Royalty, Bunny Debarge Joins The Show To Speak With Sally b. About How To Deal With Music's Triumphs and Tribulations.
The DeBarge family’s triumphs and tribulations traveled from their spectacular rise to the top of R & B music royalty, to their fall from grace and finally to their reemerging careers. In this episode Bunny Debarge offers encouragement and preventive wisdom to today's up and coming artists.
Later in the show Bunny Debarge will join our SINGING FLAT panel to help evaluate talented singers who will be asked to present their a cappella performance. This segment will be full of surprises!
And last but not least, we'll close out the show with a LISTENING PARTY. We will present the music of 4 of the best new UNSIGNED artists in the USA. Fans can tune in and help us decide which of our featured artists is most likely to have a hit song and award winning success in music.
FEATURED UNSIGNED ARTISTS:
Jtwizz - Urban Contemporary
Erikka J. - R&b
Kyle Ahn - Urban Contemporary
Alex Caruso - Pop
Rodney Waller, Co-Founder of VocalzMusic & Publishing & WVMP
Robert Quarles, CEO of Rock Q. Productions Music/Publishing
The WVMP Web Radio Show, "Singing Flat With Sally b" Is Produced by Voice Coach, Sally b. Waller of VocalzMusic & Publishing, VocalzMusic.com
This week I welcome back dear Karen Anderson to the show to talk about the Angels and how they can help us through our life lessons and challenges!
Spiritual Intuitive Karen Anderson is an internationally known Intuitive, Healer, Teacher, Medium and Radio Host, whose channeled Angelic messages have assisted many around the world. Karen is a third generation intuitive, who as a small child could easily hear the divine guidance of God and the Angels, but did not let this guidance fully encompass her life until the fall of 1997 when a life altering encounter with Heavenly Angels reopened her gift of clairaudience (clear hearing). Today, Karen works very closely with the Angelic Kingdom bringing channeled messages to many. Karen assists attendees in her workshops through insightful direction on how to develop one's own heart-to-heart connection with their Guardian Angel and Spiritual Guides.
You can contact Karen at www.askkarenanderson.com
2:15pm JaSoul - Reggae Artists
The group started 6 years ago and have been growing in strength as time goes on. The group consist of 4 talented, fun loving young men who know when to be serious and how to get things done. Working our various 9 to 5’s has taught us the value of looking at the business side of music and taking it seriously (in regards to punctuality, dedication and putting in hours of hard work). Because of our various experiences and differences we are able to write a wide variety of songs from dancehall to reggae and from R&B to Hip Hop with some songs embracing more than one genre.
3:15pm LaRue - Hip Hop Artist
On a mission fueled by a desire for change: To leave a legacy that surpasses the outcome expected from the neglected youth of the urban block. To develop unity through Hip-Hop. Stimulated by the “four P’s” to success – Passion, Persistence, Positivism and Product A mission to build and mobilize a movement. He is the one you can trust to provide Positive & Clean Music to Entertain all ages.
4:15pm Blake Carrington - R&B
Blake Carrington Gifted. Grounded. Grateful and genuine. The rarest of combinations given the goods. R&B/Hip-Hop singer, songwriter, arranger, record label starter, actor and driven entrepreneur, James Blake Carrington, a natural tenor, commands a five-octave range that stands hairs on neck and sends chills down spine. Born from life-altering news and an unbreakable resolve, the Harlem vocalist's forthcoming album, Be A Man will stick to the psyche, soothe souls and remind us of the greats who coupled uncanny talent with something nowadays lost: class.