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You’ve heard him on “The Voice.” Now get ready to hear the true voice of Geoff McBride as he takes a deeper, more expansive Journey To The Soul on his new independent full length recording.
After a memorable appearance on the hit television singing competition show, The Voice, industry veteran Geoff McBride is making a comeback with his latest inspirational smooth R&B album, Journey To The Soul.
Produced by renowned musician Trammell Starks, Journey To The Soul features lead single, “Love Is The Answer,” a signature, smooth, romantic song that McBride delivers as a solid taste for the rest of the album. Written by Todd Rundgren, “Love Is The Answer” is currently gaining consistent spins on urban jazz radio.
The NBC Voice Contestant Geoff McBride goes Online With Andrea to share his latest CD Journey To The Soul which was produced by renowned musician Trammel Starks. Hosted by Andrea R. Garrison.
Ask Oscar Presented by TNNDN Network Host: Oscar McBride, former Notre Dame & NFL Tight End, hosts a show for fans, families, and people who love sports. The philanthropist, author, and mentor will discuss the roles of building character and integrity through sports with a wide ranging group within the athletics world. Guests: Keith Johnson, President of Falcons Youth & Family. Matt Poston, Head Football Coach of Capo Valley High School. Learn more about TNNDN at http://then
Well this is it, it's less than a week to go until the 86th Annual Academy Awards! Tonight, Jason will unveil all the last minute news to get you completely prepared for the Oscar show! This is also your chance to call in with your Oscar predictions before our big predictions special on Thursday night!
ENVISION THIS: When we surrender the need to figure it all out, and cultivate the ability to let it all in, then our earth walk becomes a sacred dance of healing service on the planet.
Peruvian Shaman, don Oscar Miro-Quesada calls all of us who have an earnest desire to walk a path as spiritual pioneers his “cherished shamanic bodhisattva kin.” He wholeheartedly welcomes us to The Heart of the Healer: “Your presence in the unfolding of a spiritually evolved humanity is being celebrated throughout all worlds.“
We last interviewed don Oscar regarding his book, Lessons In Courage: Peruvian Shamanic Wisdom for Everyday Life. We barely touched on his other accomplishments. He is visionary founder of The Heart of the Healer Alliance, originator of Pachakuti Mesa Tradition cross-cultural shamanism, and a founder of Sipapu, a beautiful Retreat Center in the heart of the beautiful Madre de Dios rainforest in Peru. “The vision of Sipapu is to regenerate earth-honoring communities by demonstrating ecological sustainability and cultivating the ceremonial arts of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition. The mission of Sipapu is to serve individuals and communities through educational and experiential residential experiences and field programs that nurture deep connections between earth, sacred community, and spiritual growth.” In September, he will lead an extraordinary journey to the Amazon Rainforest, Machu Picchu, Cusco, Challwanka, and Nazca.
“Don Oscar is a master at creating sacred community using the magic of joy, love and compassion as the strands that gently weave us together as a planetary family.” We are honored to share this warm, loving human being who deeply cares about people and our planet again with our listeners.
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What are the fireworks in your life? Fireworks can be described as (a) : a display of temper or intense conflict -- or (b) : a spectacular display, like July 4th fireworks.
Today, we will discuss both kinds of FIREWORKS, with Chap Oscar. Think about the fireworks in your life.-- Are they more negative or positive? You want to convert the negative fireworks and create more of the positive fireworks.
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Whatever happened to common courtesy? Whatever happened to decent manners?
Maybe you do not even realize it when you are rude or insensitive. Maybe you don't realize it when you are being unkind and disrespectful. Maybe you don't realize it when you are being hurtful and offensive.
When you are not listening, when you interrupt people as they are speaking, when you are texting while people are talking to you - these all constitute RUDE behavior.
Listen to our guest, Chap Oscar Smith, and no doubt, you will think twice about being RUDE and hurting people's feelings.
World Footprints is pleased to introduce our partner, Pack for a Purpose. Did you know that just by setting aside a small space in your suitcase—5 lbs worth of space—that you could supply crucial education materials or simple medical supplies to children around the world? Our friend, Rebecca Rothney founded “Pack for a Purpose” on the belief that every traveler could have a positive and big impact on a community by donating just a little of their luggage space.
Then, meet our good friend, oscar nominated director Robert Bilheimer. Bob is using his gift of film making to raise awareness about social, cultural, and humanitarian concerns. His company, Worldwide Documentaries, brings to light the way the world is today—a world of small islands of wealth surrounded by vast oceans of poverty and despair. his films include “cry of reason”, for which he was nominated for an academy award; “a closer walk” which examines the global response to the hiv/aids crisis; and most recently “Not My Life” which confronts one of World Footprints causes--the tradegy of human trafficking.
Finally, our dear friend Edvinas Minkstimas, one of Europe’s top emerging young pianists, joins us today. Edvinas hails from Kaunas, Lithuania and made his debut at the age of 14 with The Lithuanian National Philharmonic Orchestra . Edvinas has won international acclaim and multiple awards including his most recent, the Belz-Parker Young Artist Award. In addition to his impressive musical career, Edvinas is also the founder of Global Lithuanian Leaders, a nonprofit organization that has a mission to support Lithuanians all over the world.
As Lebron James contemplates his free-agent future, POPSspot Sports Radio takes a look back at the 4-year anniversary of "The Decision" - July 8, 2010. Lebron's famous declaration to "take his talents to South Beach" overshadowed the other famous decision that day -- the slap-on-wrist sentencing of Johannes Mehserle, the white Oakland police officer caught on videtape killing Oscar Grant. Ultimately, Mehserle would only serve only 11 months, and his release from jail which would also occur on the same day as the last game of the 2011 NBA Finals. Each time, the incredibly negative attention given to Lebron overshadowed mass protests that surrounded both Mehserle's sentencing and release. During this period, few outside of Oakland would even recognize the name of Johannes Mehsele at all.
Local outcries begging the nation to be concerned about Oscar Grant and the vulnerable lives of youth of color would be replaced by protests, hatred, and publically burnt jerseys of one Black man.This week's special guest is the Ms. Wanda Johnson, the mother of Oscar grant who has been a tireless voice for justice in policing since her son's death. In "The Decision Remix" we will reprioritize our national humanity and have the discussion we always should have had, Ms. Johnson will discuus her son's case, little-known facts around "The Decision", the 4-year aftermath, the critically acclaimed motion picture Fruitvale Station, and how everyday citizens can help save lives.
David Hirschfelder was raised in the country township of Ballarat.After graduating from Ballarat Grammar he continued his music education at The University of Melbourne. From the mid-80s to early-90s, Hirschfelder became the musical brain behind many of Australia’s landmark concert events and recordings. David’s first film-score for Baz Luhrmann’s “Strictly Ballroom” won a BAFTA. In 1996 David received an Oscar nomination, an AFI and an APRA award for his “Shine” score; and in 1998 a further Oscar nomination, as well as BAFTA and APRA awards for “Elizabeth”. Hirschfelder is now recognised globally as one of Australia’s most distinguished screen composers. Other works include “Eternity” for orchestra, choir and 1000 tap-dancers (commissioned for the Opening Ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games), “Mixed Doubles” for string quartet (commissioned by Leigh Warren’s Dance Theatre for the 2004 Adelaide Arts Festival), David’s recent film-scores include Baz Luhrmann’s “Australia” (2008), Zack Snyder’s “Legend Of The Guardians” (2010), and James Cameron’s “Sanctum” (2011). 2014 will see the release of Craig Monahan’s "Healing" featuring Hugo Weaving, along with Jonathan Teplitzky’s "The Railway Man" starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman, which received it’s world premiere at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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