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While Eric Gast was scheduled in for today he had some medical issue to deal with and so we are pleased to present his partner – Jennifer Trubenbach, President of Operation of Hope and partner of Legacy of Hope Concerts.... who just returned to California from Zimbabwe a couple days ago. Jennifer is the President, Exec. Director and Mission Director of each surgical mission done through Operation of Hope. She also manages all of the grant-writing, fundraising efforts, surgical supply inventories, donations, travel logistics, volunteer staff, as well as the day-today operations on each surgical mission. She works closely with the Embassies of each country, as well as, the respective governments and private citizens. -- Find charities discussed today @: http://fmworldcharities.org - http://legacyofhopeconcerts.org - http://OperationOfHope.org -&- you can find the hosts @: http://Brummet.ca
Hello, and welcome to tween talk! Some things are going to be different on the show! Right before the break, I will give out fun facts based on our topic! And instead of talking about things that you need to know, I'm going to be talking about things that are educating, fun and exciting! Today on Tween Talk, I will be talking to you about 3 jazz musicians: Dizzy Gillespie Ella Fitzgerald Louis Armstrong I will also talk to you about the history of Jazz and all that fun stuff.I want a
On this episode of The EoP, Ellen Gee welcomes Janice B, QueenEarth, and Brooks Long to the show to discuss their joint venture Have Mercy! From acoustic folk to electric funk, three talented, emerging singer-songwriters share their songs. They also share musicians. All three are backed up by a full ensemble with percussion, bass, and keys. QueenEarth ( www.queenearth.com) shares folksy acoustic storytelling. Follow her on Twitter @MsQueenEarth and on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheMs
Today is going to be fun and exciting on The Revolution Radio as we take a look at gospel music from the perspective of those who are often overlooked, THE MUSICIANS. That's right! That's right! We are going to talk candidly openly and honestly about the state of Gospel/Christian music.
Has music in church become so commercialized that it has lost it's identity?
What happened to the hymns?
Does every chuch NEED a praise and worship team because the next church has one?
Is music in the church setting trends or loosing its impact?
I'm excited to have organists/keyboardist, Landon Deloach, bassist, Deketric Smith, both great musicians from Little Rock, AR, and my brother, Anthony Thompson, drummer/organists from San Antonio, TX.
We are going to hear from those who play the chords, strum the strings, and beat the beat each and every Sunday morning....what does it sound like from their point of view?
This week's episode will be a little bit of a departure from my normal show. The first half of the show will feature an interview with Marc Olson the Executive Director of Musicians In Action, which per their website, www.musiciansinaction.org, is an, "all volunteer non-profit that hosts a variety of events to raise awareness and resources for those that society has left Missing In Action, Colorado's homeless"
The second half of the show will feature music from Smallz the Cat a band out of the Denver area and also music from Arthur Lee Land who released his fourth CD this past May entitled "Cracked Open"
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Our guest today, Josey Milner, is a 17-year-old former rodeo star from Kansas City, MO (US) who traded her spurs for a career as a country singer. Her new single, Not Pretty Enough, is receiving international play. Josey has also partnered with a national anti-bullying charity - Angels and Doves, acting as a spokesperson. We’ll learn about her experiences as a musician and also her work with the non-profit organization today. -- Find today’s guest @: www.joseymilner.bigcartel.com -&- the nonprofit @: http://angelsanddoves.com -&- you can find the hosts @: http://Brummet.ca
Part 2 of the Native America Music and Musicians The Americas contain hundreds of native communities, each with its own distinctive history, language, and musical culture. These communities—although united in placing music at the centre of public life—have developed extraordinarily diverse and multifaceted performance traditions. In latter years, Native Americans have created a special niche in the music industry and within that niche have sprung a number of Native American Musicians and Genres.
This week hostess Lisa Sahani, WnT Board Member is joined by musical guest Steven Clawson. There is a SPECIAL SURPRISE planned during the show, so join us live!!
South Georgia native Steven Clawson is a blues, rock n’ roll and country which are on the same beat. That beat, mixed with a little Cajun roots brings a sound that Steven and his fans like to call “Southern Soul”. Steven’s love of music and performing began at an early age, with much encouragement from his family. He grew up in Thomasville, Ga., playing guitar and singing along to Garth Brooks. He decided to pursue his dreams and love for music by moving to Nashville with his wife, who he met in first grade. Steven also has a passion for songwriting, which has developed from being an avid reader.His musical influences include Elvis Presley, Kenny Loggins and his favorite country singer, Brooks.
Steven Clawson’s YouTube Channel is https://www.youtube.com/user/Stevenclawsonmusic
His MySpace page L http://www.myspace.com/stevenclawson
Named one of the 10 most powerful women in the music industry, Madalyn is someone you want to listen to about Twitter and social media.
Madalyn Sklar is interviewed by Kole and Jhonny about the power of social media and how it can affect musicians careers and get more bookings, fans, and income.
What do young musicians think about their learning experience? How can lessons from the bandstand be helpful in non music classrooms? How should skills be assessed? On Monday, August 19, 2013, we traded fours with high school student Alexis Lombre, middle schooler Emilio Modeste. Join us for a REBROADCAST and "Get in on the rhythm."
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While some musicians tend to be quiet, the musicians of the NSA are definitely not! This radio show will give you the opportunity to meet musicians from across the country that stutter and hear how they integrate their speech and music, how they deal with the pressure of playing in front of an audience, and more! Hosted by: Steve Ernst
Big Dog Radio Welcomes MusiciansBrian Miller & Brentt ArcementTune in tonight at 6 PM CST, as Big Dog Radio welcomes Brian Miller of the hard rocking band, Defy Tolerance, and Brentt Arcement of country band, The New Black 7.Listen in at 6 PM CST, as the host, the Big Dog Benny Henderson Jr. speaks with guitarist Brian Miller of the Arizona based rock band, Defy Tolerance. The two will discuss the band’s beginnings, their album, Stop the Bleeding and more. For more info on the band, check out www.defytolerance.comAt 6:30 PM CST, we will welcome Brennt Arcement, the drummer of the country band, The New Black 7. We will speak on the band’s new hit single, Crazy all over Me, their tour and more. Fore more info on the band, check out www.thenewblack7.comTo speak with the host or any questions or comments for tonight’s guests, call in at 347-202-0832. Or shoot us an email firstname.lastname@example.org