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NWP welcomes Master Artist Jennifer Trouton! In this rare interview, Trouton talkts about her work.
For the first time a limited (850) edition signed and numbered print of Troutons work, is available on a very limted basis.
Jennifer Trouton is a visual artist currently based in Queen Street Studios, Belfast.
Trouton’s work has featured in group exhibitions nationally and internationally since graduating form the University of Ulster in the mid nineties. These include ‘Resolutions’ at The Katzen Gallery, Washington DC, Nacienteâ at the The Guayasamin Gallery, Cuba and ‘Through our eyes’ at the Drawing Centre, New York. Solo exhibitions include the I8th Street Gallery Los Angeles, Spectrum Gallery London, The Ashford Gallery Dublin and The Fenderesky Gallery Belfast.
Her work has received continued support from the Arts Council including a funded residency at the Banff Centre of Arts in Banff Canada.?Previous awards include a 3 month residency at the 18th Street Art Complex in Santa Monica USA, the COE (Clare Morris Open Exhibition, Ireland) Adjudicators’ Award awarded by Andrea Schlieker from the 4th Plinth project Trafalaga square and a Golden Fleece Award hosted by the Liliias Mitchell Foundation. Trouton’s work is held in numerous public and private collections including the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, The University of Ulster, Belfast HSC Trust, ESB Ireland, The Office of Public Works, British Midland Airlines and the David Roberts Collection.
In 2007 Trouton was shortlisted for Ireland’s prestigious AIB Artist of Promise Award.
Rayanne chats with Arlyne Brickman about her life in the Underworld and her many FreshStarts In the early nineties, a book was written called, "Mob Girl: A Woman's Life in the Underworld" - Arlyne Brickman was that woman.
Her life has taken many twists and turns from mob princess to grieving mother. Arlyne joins us to talk about the life she has lived and the many virtues of a new beginning.
The subject, guest, and consultant for muliple scripts, movies, and interviews, Arlyne shares what she knows, what she has experienced, and how she has survived. Fresh starts come in all shapes and sizes.
Join us as we uncover the world of a former mob girlfriend- we all have a story!
* WARNING: there may be some colorful language....
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Tiff & Andi talk with New York City’s renowned matchmaker and dating guru, Nancy Slotnick. Call in! What are some of your best or worst date stories? We want to hear them - the good, the bad, and of course the really bad. It's ok, because we're in good hands with the top NYC dating expert - featured on Oprah, the Today Show, and numerous others. Nancy founded Manhattan’s original dating-café, Drip, back in the mid nineties, and now recently launched Matchmaker Cafe, a pop-up on Wall Street that connects couples over coffee, getting them out from their desks and computers and face to face with possible matches. A graduate from Harvard, with her B.A in Psychological Anthropology, Nancy is the author of Turn Your Cablight On and will share dating tips and offer advice on how everyday encounters out in the real world are full of opportunities to meet your mate!
Join Holly Stephey As she introduces THE INDIE CAFE with Spencer Drate & Judith Salavetz.THE INDIE CAFE Hosted by Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz on the Red Velvet Media Blogtalkradio show will appear once a Month with some cool guests that will be sure to bring Pop Culture to a new level... "Spencer and Judith are award-winning creative directors/designers/authors-album and 45 sleeve designers for the famous in music including 12 inductees in The Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame and more also authors of 21 pop-culture visually driven books and their design has been displayed in major museums."
This is a Must hear Interview! "Holly Stephey"
"When he was starting 15 years ago,I was struck by the strength and visceral quality of Jo's paintings.Jo is a real unusual,interesting and talented artist in music and art." - Peter Gabriel. JOSEPH ARTHUR (Artist,Musician,Poet) was discovered by Peter Gabriel in the mid nineties. Since then,Arthur has released,10 full length studio albums and 11 LP's with music from his extensive and critically acclaimed catalog being used in such popular television series as Dawson's Creek,The OC,Grey's Anatomy, Scrubs,HBO's Hung and True Blood as well as the films Shrek 2,The Bourne Identity, Hell's kitchen and the American Pie Trilogy. Arthur sells his Art on his Virtual Gallery "MOMAR" (Museum of Modern Arthur) online. His painting and artwork has been showcased in many galleries and he has appeared numerous times on major television shows,most recently on Jay Leno and David Letterman. Joseph also recently performed at WOMAD in the UK and his latest album release is "The Ballad of Boogie Christ" available on 12" Vinyl and CD. Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz call Joseph "A Visionary Genius."
Canadian Country artist CHARLIE MAJOR'S songs celebrate the blue collar hero the way Springsteen and other roots rock artists do but it's the Country music format that Charlie calls home. He started sending songs up the charts in the mid-nineties - hits like I'm Gonna Drive You Out Of My Mind, Tell Me Something I Don't Know, It Can't Happen To Me & For The Money. In addition to radio & video success, Charlie has won 3 Juno awards and 7 CCMAs. At one point, he was signed to a big US label with a marketing department that wanted to change Charlie's look and sound. Always true to himself, he refused to sell out. Over a decade later, Charlie is as successful as ever, he headlines his own tours and pairs up with the likes of ZZ Top to rock arenas full of fans from coast to coast. Now, Charlie is about to release (on September 10th) a greatest hits album called Best 20 of the Last 20. The album includes two new tracks including his current single (Let's Make It) A Night To Remember. Tune in to get up close & personal with Charlie and his music.
A veteran of the nineties Columbus, OH indie music scene, SouMacMillan was the voice behind Caroline/Double Deuce band PetUfo. She is the author of _Chrysanthemum_, a punk rock coming of age story, and has been published in numerous anthologies, including Subatomic Books’ _One Step Beyond_ and Mark Eleveld’s _The Spoken Word Revolution Redux_. Sou lives in Worcester, MA with her husband and son, where she games, and knits, and endeavors to write science fiction stories.
Join Magi Love and Turn It Up this Tuesday with E.D.Nix & Doon. "E.D. Nix is a 22-year-old from New Orleans, Louisiana that is developing into one of the budding stars of the entertainment industry. Influenced by the jazzy heritage of his hometown while raised in the classic nineties era, Nix introduces what he likes to call the “New Age Hip Hop” genre to the masses with his first two projects “On My Way Home” (Oct 2011) and “Higher Earning” (Mar 2012)." Doon of New Orleans, creates all of his own songs. Performing a lot around the city as well as Atlanta, New York, Miami, & BatonRouge. Sometimes alone, sometimes accompanied with his live musicians. Doon's latest release is "Poppin" prod. by Max Notes ft. E.D. Nix.
Television producer, filmmaker, and Night Vision Radio host Rene Barnett returns to talk about the Henry Lincoln Archive Project and "Secrets of Southwest France" concerning the history of Mary Magdalene in Southwestern France. She'll also be talking about her latest research into the hidden history of Arkansas and her home state of Oklahoma.
Rene Barnett is a veteran reality television producer specializing in entertainment specials, series, documentaries and reality-based programming. Her producing credits include some of the premiere specials and series of the reality television genre, including Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, Unmasked: Exposing the Secrets of Deception, Strange Universe, Places of Mystery, Guinness Book of Records Primetime and many others. Rene’s television producing credits include programs for most U.S. networks and many cable channels, and her professional background spans other media as well. A former radio producer/personality and print journalist, Barnett was managing editor of UFO magazine, an internationally circulated periodical, from the early to mid-nineties.
Returning to her radio roots, Rene has her own show, NightVision Radio, covering conspiracies, hidden history and the paranormal every Wednesday at 8 pm PST. Visit her website: http://www.latalkradio.com/Rene Or visit NightVision Radio on Facebook, as well as Rene Barnett on Facebook.
At the top of the show, it's the Starseed News Segment with Anastasia, bringing topics of interest to starseed, and sharing emails from our listeners.
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This show'll I'll talk about the various adventures from my life as a borderline rockstar in the band Plow Monday and my "new" project, which was started back in the late nineties, a brilliant little two man musical juggernaut by the name of HyperSloth! Will have a special appearance by fellow HyperSloth co-founder and mega-genius Dom "ZigZag" Iemma!!
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Tracy Walton began his career in music by picking up his first guitar at the age of 10. He quickly realized that his ear bent towards the low end and he switched to bass. His teen years brought a string of punk and hard rock bands, local glory, and a gig teaching at an area music store. The journey to rock and roll stardom has many bumps, and when the only apartment he and his band mates could afford was condemned, he knew he was in serious need of a plan B.
He bought an old plywood and started playing Zeppelin grooves on it to find his bearings. He soon tracked down Dave Santoro Professor at Berklee College of Music for lessons and after a summer of instruction, Tracy accepted a scholarship to study jazz at the Hartford Conservatory.
Tracy soon joined the Eric Miller Trio, a straight ahead jazz group that logged close to 200 shows a year in the mid-nineties. After a few years, what started as a joke of quoting classic rock lines during solos, turned into the formation of the female fronted rock act Missing Slim. It was at this time that he also joined the faculty of The National Guitar Workshop and Kent School.
So having finally found that steady gig to fall back on, Tracy decided in 2010 that it was time to start “Brand New Again” and focus all of his energy on his solo career. And with the release of “If I Ever Get Away”, 2013 is starting out strong featuring the song “Songs for You” which many are calling Tracy’s best song to date and his breakout track.
Join Cubanarama as Tracy talks about his new album and listen to great music!
Dr. David Walsh of Saint Paul, MN, psychologist, speaker, author & founder of the National Institute on Media & the Family (now part of the Search Institute) discussing the Mind Positive Parenting programs on specific efforts to help parents raise kids in the digital age.
Mind Positive Parenting sprang from Dr. Dave and Monica Walsh's decades of work with children and parents. Both started their careers as teachers.
Realizing that media and technology were becoming powerful forces in the lives of children and families, they started the National Institute on Media and the Family in 1996. Its mission was to “maximize the benefits and minimize the harms of media’s impact on children’s health and development.” In the mid-nineties, it was hard to imagine the digital landscape that would soon unfold for families, schools, and policy makers in the coming decades. Dr. Dave and the Institute staff spend 14 years leading the national conversation about media’s impact on children and families. They brought critical information, research, and tools to parents, teachers, caregivers, and policymakers. The Institute’s award winning programs and compelling workshops sparked community conversations, helped foster understanding and connection between youth and adults, and translated research into easy to understand parenting advice.
The mission continues as a family affair. Dave and Monica's daughter, Erin, has worked on these issues since she volunteered in the office during high school. She is now a nationally recognized speaker in her own right and joins her parents as a full partner in the work of Mind Positive Parenting.