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  • 00:32

    Bless Mathis/ Michael Hernandez

    in Podcasting

    Bless Mathis and Michael Hernandez Have you ever wondered about the fleeting nature of inspiration? Sometimes it strikes one so directly that they feel they have no choice but to express themselves through a work of art, or some other endeavor. Other times it seems as though inspiration is non-existent; no matter how hard one searches for it. This has everything to do with the cyclical nature of the universe. Find out how, as we break down the cycles and their effects upon us, in the first segment of "Cyclical Inspiration".  

  • 00:32

    Pursuing Your Purpose By Carl Mathis

    in Spirituality

    Carl Mathis, a preacher, author, with the gift of influencing and deeply touching the hearts and souls of those who need to hear spiritual truth in practical terms. The author of Life is What You Make it – Seven steps to Moving Forward and other inspiring volumes now imparts a profound message for all who desire to be spiritually fortified and remain goal–oriented. In this little guide to an abundant work, home, and spiritual life, he instructs that the sum of your life is in the choices that you make. If you choose wisely, your life will be rich and rewarding. If you choose with a plan in your head and God in your heart, you will never lose. Carl Mathis doesn’t want you to settle for less than you are capable of or less than what God wants for you. Mathis teaches ageless biblical principles that God reveals the keys to personal success each and every moment of every day. In Pursuing Your Purpose Carl Mathis shows you how to: Release yourself from damaging relationships and debilitating fears, and move beyond your painful past. Courageously face and conquer obstacles that may stand in your path to success. Recognize and utilize your God-given potential to its fullest. Set goals and develop strategies so that you may be all God wants you to be and fulfill that plan He has for you. This is Volume 1 of a series handbook for excellence and effectiveness in the twenty-first century. It is written for those who refuse to waste a single day and who fervently desire to build momentum and pursue purpose each and every day.

  • 00:31

    Bless Mathis and Michael Hernandez

    in Podcasting

    Bless Mathis and Michael Hernandez Have you ever wondered about the fleeting nature of inspiration? Sometimes it strikes one so directly that they feel they have no choice but to express themselves through a work of art, or some other endeavor. Other times it seems as though inspiration is non-existent; no matter how hard one searches for it. This has everything to do with the cyclical nature of the universe. Find out how, as we break down the cycles and their effects upon us, in the first segment of "Cyclical Inspiration".  

  • 01:00

    'Mathis & Gibson Media Launch Party'

    in Podcasting

    MATHIS & GIBSON MEDIA Join Joanne Mathis & Ronique Gibson as they launch their joint venture - 'Mathis & Gibson Media'. It will connect you and creative connections around the world. Through radio, blogging, video & a digital magazine, Mathis & Gibson Media will launch their new venture on Friday, Sep. 21st at 11:00am. Join us here, and on Twitter & Facebook. Click here for all the details:  http://stagetecture.com/?p=33511 

  • 00:32

    Ke'Shay Love "Mathis Media Hub Radio"

    in Music

    For KeShay, becoming the soulful recording artist that she is today was beyond a dream and determination -- It was inevitable. As a young girl, her booming voice and high notes were noticed by many. Her self assurance and stage presence was noticeable even at such a young age. KeShay had developed her own style of singing and performing.

    The beautiful R&B singer has had breath-taking performances at SF Conference Center featuring Dewele & Jon B, Maxwell's Lounge, Elis Mile High Club, Qs Lounge, BHM Concert Series in Antioch CA, and Reno NV just to name a few. The songstress writes her own music for the most part, but enjoys working with other creative talents on her music so she can add additional flavor to her music. Her debut album is due out this year.

    The inspiration to her R&B, upbeat funk style of music comes from such inspirational greats as Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner who were her childhood idols, yet her current aspiration is to be in the studio with Jill Scott. KeShays music mostly comes from personal life experiences and explains that different beats and tracks that she receives sometimes bring back specific memories, which inspire her to write great tunes for her forth coming album.  

     Ke'Shay Love is an actress, known for Set Me Free (2014), Never Alone and Selling Dreams (2014).

  • 00:37

    The Exotic World of Roxanna - Host Joanne Mathis

    in Music


    “My music is romantic adult contemporary pop flamenco,” Roxanna states emphatically when she describes the muses for her debut album, ‘Exotica’. Indeed, it is. The songs are filled with lush orchestrations, sweeping pop sensibilities and simmering sensuality, all with a decidedly Spanish flair. 

    While it may have looked easy to get to where she is today with the release of ‘Exotica’, the reality of it all has been years of hard work, determination and perseverance. “As an independent artist, I’ve accomplished things that many developed artists haven’t,” Roxanna says. “Including making a music video with Matthew Rolston, having an actor from a soap opera, or having Chris Botti, the best trumpeter, to perform on my album, and all the musicians who perform on my album and in my concert. Money doesn’t buy all these things, you have to have the talent and people have to believe in you.”

    Roxanna uses her considerable vocal gifts to tell stories of romance, heartache, healing, passion and sensuality. She debuted her first single, Unforgotten, a year ago. The song garnered acclaim and was just a hint of what was to come. Her followup single, Close Your Eyes, is a sweeping ballad that starts with a gentle piano and soars on the lifts of a huge orchestra like an eagle on an updraft. “Close Your Eyes was originally written by Lindy Robbins and Mark Portmann,” Roxanna says of the song. “The reason I chose to sing that song was I love the lyrics, I connected to the lyrics from my days as a nurse. The line, ‘I’ll be here till the sunrise’, that’s what the nurse’s duty is, to be there until the end, until they need you. It was originally written for Celine Dion and she didn’t want it so I took it.” Celine’s loss was Roxanna’s win as the song has become her first Billboard Top 40 Chart hit.

  • 00:34

    Dr. Susan Stukes, Founder of Seva Life "MATHIS MEDIA HUB RADIO"

    in Radio

    Dr. Susan Stukes 

    Many years ago I was introduced to the wonders of healthy eating and living by my God sister Vernez Kittrell . I attempted to totally venture into the waters of healthiness with her but was stopped many times for a host of reasons: too much information, not enough information, misinformation, and the list goes on. 

    My God sister embraced the concept more vigorously but also struggled to stay abreast of the ever changing literature and approaches. Sadly, Vernez lost her battle with cancer and passed away. 

    The most important lesson I learned from my journey with her is to have balance in my life, live to the fullest and strive to live as healthy as possible. 

    Seva Life was created as a tool to help you embrace a healthier way of being without so many of the frustrations often encountered. I received my certification in health coaching from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and now focus on the whole health approach to achieving long lasting health changes.

    I believe that too much emphasis is being placed on medications and not enough time on identifying the root causes of many of our health issues. Food and environment are primary factors that have really compromised our body’s ability to function - so we feel tired and gain weight. 

    I am committed to helping my clients realize their long-term dreams through health eating and living.


  • 00:33

    BRANDON IRIZARRY "Artist Designers and Things Oh My" Host Joanne Mathis

    in Radio



    Born and raised in Farmingdale, family man Brandon Irizarry is the doting father of five beautiful children; four girls and a son. Brandon’s entrepreneurship traits and thriving entertainment career began in his early teens when he founded a DJ business with a friend. I started booking musicians and artists for clubs and concerts with old school celebrities and musicians.At the age of twenty-five, Brandon started an organic tree and lawn care company called Long Island Organic. He was the first true, 100% organic tree and Lawn Company. This is when Brandon decided to collaborate his work and become more involved with charitable causes. He wanted to give back to the Long Island community. He managed to connect with the Breast Cancer Correlation in Huntington, speaking about the link between pesticides and breast cancer. Over the years, as Brandon has reinvented and strengthened his business knowledge, he never lost his flourishing heart, nor his adoration of music,and Events and he has established a strong community name for himself. BZarry Events inc. is the product of twenty-five years of music, networking, connections, charities and family experience wrapped up now - in one company.

  • 00:57

    Kate Mathis joins The Librarian LIVE on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Host Tabatha Pope welcomes author, Kate Mathis to THE LIBRARIAN on Authors on the Air.  

    Kate Mathis is the author of the Agent Melanie Ward Novels. This female spy series is an action-packed mashup of adventure, mystery, humor and romantic-suspense. Kate lives in Tucson, Arizona with her husband and twin daughters. She graduated from the University of Arizona and is currently working on BOOK 5 of the Agent Melanie Ward Novels. Kate also has a Children’s/Young Adult titled Moon Over Monsters. After almost a decade in banking, she left to pursue her childhood dream of writing. Leaving the fluorescents behind she dropped into a world of espionage and never looked back. Kate shows her appreciation for wildlife with four large dogs roaming the yard. She likes to play her music too loud and tries not to take things too seriously. Kate never texts while driving, doesn’t have voicemail and would give up her cell in a heartbeat if she didn’t have kids. Find out more about Kate on her website, www.katemathis.net.

    Host of "The Librarian", Tabatha Pope, can be found at All For Love of the Word and Facebook.  

    This is a copyrighted and trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors On the Air Global Network LLC. on the web at authorsontheair.com.  Thank you to our corporate sponsors: Author Marketing Hub.com. 

  • 00:51

    Artist, Designers and Things Oh My host Joanne Mathis

    in Hip Hop Music


    Queens native Charlie Scott is living a fervent life like Keith Urban and Neil Young, not just musically, but sober. “I developed a terrible addiction to drugs which lasted until I was twenty one, ultimately leading to my parents deeming me hopeless and putting me out onto the street. After sleeping in a local park for a couple of nights, I was humbled enough to give rehab a chance.” Charlie’s music tells the story about the battle he had with drugs and his triumph recovery.  His voice is not only a reminiscent of an early Slim Shady, he also has the same undefeated mindset and incidental parallel life as the Grammy-winning rapper, Eminem, who detailed his struggles with addiction on his latest album, Recovery.

    Charlie’s lyrics are relatable, insatiable and compelling. It is evident that he did not have an easy life. Raised by hearing impaired parents, Charlie’s zealous array of mixed emotion is constrained in his music. The turning point in his career was “when I was asked to write a goodbye letter to drugs, more specifically Roxy-codon, I turned it into a powerful song; that was the turning point for how I write music and how I use it to help me as a person.” He has no remorse, in fact he states; “I wouldn't change a single thing if I could. I'm blessed to say that I haven't made many mistakes, and all the ones I have, were turned into great learning experiences.”

  • 00:33

    Artist, Designers and Things Oh My Host Joanne Mathis

    in Film

    Cassidy McMillan

    Cassidy McMillan is an award-winning Filmmaker/Actress, Speaker and Advocate, and is the Director/Producer/Writer of the highly anticipated Documentary Film on bullying, girl bullying and bullycide, Bullies and Friends. 

    Cassidy's an actress in Film, TV, Voice-Overs, Commercials, Theater; Member of SAG-AFTRA 

    Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of TV & Radio Artists.  

    For the feature length documentary film Bullies and Friends, she conducted extensive research on bullying, relational aggression and bullycide throughout North America, where she worked with hundreds of educators, thousands of students, as well as parents, counselors, medical professionals, judicial and legal system officials, and political leaders. 

    Through her advocacy work and research on bullying/bullycide (youth suicide) prevention and mental health, Cassidy has become a recognized Expert, Speaker and Media Contributor on the topics of bullying, girl bullying, bullycide, mental health as it pertains to bullying, relational aggression, and legal aspects within the juvenile justice system regarding bullying.

    Some of the Awards Cassidy McMillan has received include: 

    Women In Film Foundation Award

    Walt Disney Company's Partners In Excellence Award

    United Nations UNA USA Impact Film Award

    Inanna Filmmaker Humanitarian Award

    Cine's Social Awareness Award

    Inanna Best Documentary Film Award