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Welcome to Soap Opera Sitdown where Shady & Heather, along w/ Pam, Maddie & others will sit down w/ the Soap Stars we love. This week on Soap Opera Sitdown Shady & Heather will interview Shady's favorite Soap Star of all time. She is the genius behind Flip Fantasia, the Author of Murdering My Youth, the woman better known to millions & millions as Dixie Cooney Chandler Martin, the one & only Cady McClain! This weekend is Shady's Birthday Weekend & he wanted no other guest except for Cady. So tune in as Shady's Birthday wish comes true!
ROBOTZ OF THE COMPANY
EPISODE #029 - "Bot Opera"
Written by Jonithan Patrick Russell, Vince Stadon and Kyle Borcz
Rated U - for Universal Audiences!
Who's the daddy?! Can anyone really know? And will there be any friendships left on the Titan 1 by the time we find out?! (Duration: 19:30)
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This month is not only the month of love, but we also celebrate the life of African Americans who have made significant contributions to the world. I am very excited that I have been invited by Baltimore National Heritage Area Association to kick off their Black History Speakers Series at City Hall with The Honorable Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake this Friday. This Episode will give insight to who Anne Wiggins Brown was and how she impacted classical music forever.
Listen to Ms. Brown sing SUMMERTIME
I also have a few extra goodies to share with you but you have to listen to get the scoop!
Listen, Learn and Earn a $10.00 Lush Cosmetics E-Gift Card!
1. Listen to the Operaluscious Radio show about opera legend Anne Wiggins Brown #RhapsodyInBlue
2. Tweet @BridgettCooper w/ hashtags #MezzoMaven #LushGiftCardGiveAway
3. Bri will pick a lucky winner on Friday 2/7/14
Feel free to tweet of FB me for more details if you have any questions..
Facebook: Bridgette Cooper, Mezzo Soprano
Soloman Howard joins the show to speak about his trajectory in the arena of opera. The Morgan University and Manhattan School of Music graduate is currently one of Washington National Opera's rising stars and is set to make his Metropolitan Opera debut this fall! Currently a member of Washington National Opera’s Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program,a program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Soloman Howard is garnering superlatives from the press for his vivid performances on the opera and concert stages. His voice is called “sonorous” by The New York Times, “superhuman” by The Denver Post, and “spectacular” by Maryland Theatre Guide. Performances of the 2013-14 season include Sarastro in The Magic Flute conducted by Washington National Opera’s Music Director Philippe Auguin, Moser in Verdi’s I Masnadieri with Washington Concert Opera led by Music Director Antony Walker, Mendelssohn’s Die erste Walpurgisnacht at Carnegie Hall with Kent Tritle and the Oratorio Society of New York, and a role debut as Colline in La bohème with North Carolina Opera conducted by Robert Moody. Read more
Massive clean up in metropolitan cities, areas of massive crowds. There was a kind of continuity, or flow or if you like a love-link between Creator and Creation and everything flowed directly from the Creator's being right? What is cold objective logic and the manipulation of material reality? what is dualism and is it around the planet even today? Why are you here and what is happening to humans today? Listen in on the show / with your Host Das
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Dark Beauty will tell the legend of the Dark Angel who fell from grace and now rules an evil tower in an unknown land. Banished from heaven she is pulled down from grace above, falling deep into the woods of the dark primeval forest. With a broken wing she descends through twisted cathedral-like branches of trees. Dark Beauty, five supremely talented musicians who range from opera singer to a professor at the Manhattan School of Music have come together in a classically influenced, gothic alternative Progressive Rock band that will tell this tale in its concept album, “Fall From Grace”. This will be the first time anyone has ever heard it.
Joy Collins is a fourth generation vocalist who has seen a lot of life, both good and bad. After hitting bottom, she has gone through a metamorphosis, like a caterpillar into a butterfly, shaking off addictions, hitting bottom and finding love again. With a perfect pitch voice and lyrics and power than come from having lived the stories sings, she is ready to take the music world by storm. Joy has worked with some of the most sought after players in Nashville and is now stepping out and a strong, emerging country musician. Her new album , It Ain’t Just Music, is what country is about – life as it comes at you and we are proud to have her.
We have a really full program; make certain to listen to the archived program which features a special interview and update with spokesperson for MOVE, Ramona Africa. I speak to Ms. Africa the evening before she and Pam Africa get on the plane to visit the Bay Area for the Celebration of Life & Struggle and Welcome Home for Lynn Stewart this weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area, May 2-4, 2014: http://www.worldcantwait.net/index.php/calls-to-action/8513-lynne-stewart-people-s-attorney-speaking-events-in-bay-area We open the show with an interview with artist, scholar, Jeramy DeCristo whose Document/in the hold opens this evening, May 2, the exhibit up through May 30, with an artist talk next week, May 16, 2014, at Siete Potencias Africanas Gallery, 777 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco (415) 323-9406. We shift next into a true freedom story as told by Zenobia Powell Perry, in the opera Tawawa House. We happily welcome into the studio members of the cast: Shawnette Sulker (soprano, as Fanny) & Barry L. Robinson (baritone, as Jake); Janis-Rozena Perry, Zenobia Powell Perry's daughter; Jeannie Pool, the arranger, orchestrator and biographer; and Matthew Buckman, General Director of Townsend Opera to talk about the world premiere of Zenobia Powell Perry’s African American folk opera Tawawa House at the Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto, CA this weekend, tonight, Friday, May 2 and Sunday, May 4, 2014: http://townsendopera.com/blog/2014/04/03/townsend-opera-announces-cast-tawawa-house/ We close with an interview with Michael Asberry, understudy for the role of Gabriel in Marin Theatre Company's production of August Wilson's Fences, performs this role Sunday, May 4, at 2 and 7 p.m. Visit http://www.marintheatre.org/
Join Family of a Vet Blog Talk Radio show host Debbie Sprague for an intriguing interview with Tiziana DellaRovere - author, spiritual director, and artist, who has also suffered the effects of combat PTSD.
Learn how Tiziana is using a new and truly unique opera, "The Canticle of the Black Madonna: A Soldier's Journey" to provide a powerful portrayal of how Post Traumatic Stress impacts the veteran and the family, and to provide a path toward healing the souls of those wounded by war.
The opera will premiere in Portland, Oregon in September and will bring together community partners, service providers on site to provide resources and referrals, followed by a faciliated post-performance discussion.
Tune in on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 from 4:30 -5:30pm CST
Listeners are invited to call-in with questions and comments to: 323-657-1470
Listen to Dr. Sharon Johnson discuss the L2: Learn Lead project. As a John maxwell Coach, Dr. Johnson has the opportunity to host this event at the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Pembroke Pines. The event will feature 3 speakers; Dr. John C Maxwell, Linda Kaplan Thater, and Tim Sanders.
Please visit http://l2johnmaxwell.com to find an event near you. Contact Dr. Sharon at 954-802-8515 to attend the event. Send an email to email@example.com
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Join us this week for an interview with fan favorite Jade Harlow. Jade is no stranger to to Daytime television and landed her first Daytime role on the NBC Soap Opera Passions playing Jessica Bennett when she was still in high school. She would later go on to act in movies and also join the hit online web series The Bay The Series as Lianna Ramos. Jade also portrayed the popular and well recieved Sheryl Connors on Days of Our Lives earlier this year and many fans were disappointed to see Sheryl abruptly exit Salem.
We look forward to catching up with Jade and hope you can join us as we chat with Jade about all things Daytime television, acting, producing and more.
Kristoff St. John made his television debut at age seven in the sitcom series “That’s My Mama.” Now, 33 years later, he is one of the stars on CBS-TV’s “The Young and The Restless,” the number one rated drama for the past 17 years on daytime television, playing the popular character of Neil Winters. Is it just a coincidence that Kristoff has been starring on Y and R for 16 years?
Kristoff is no stranger to the CBS network, having starred in the series “Charlie and Company,” with Flip Wilson, Gladys Knight, and Della Reese. He was also a series regular on CBS’ “The Bad News Bears.” Kristoff also starred in the Spelling series,“The San Pedro Beach Bums.”
Niyoki began performing at age five with her piano-playing mother, father, brother, and older sister in the White Family and remained with the group through high school. Her two younger sisters later joined the group which recorded five albums, and toured the Midwest and Southeast on weekends and during the summer.
This radio show will be about The Who guitarist Pete Townshend, his early life and his career! Listen to this radio show to find out things that you never knew before like how Queen Elizabeth's mother inspired the song My Generation and what inspired Pete Townshend to write the amazing rock opera Tommy!
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