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Eric Lilavois is one of the three owners of the legendary London Bridge Studio and London Tone Records. As a lengendary record producer, Eric has worked with many notable artists such as Saint Motel, The Dustbowl Revival, Celeigh Chapman, The Smokey Brights, Atlas Genius, My Chemical Romance and many more. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Lilavois Eric has produced a list of well known music for television and film.
Eric is the curator of the Make Music Pasadena Festival, the largest free music festival on the west coast, garnering an attendance of over 40,000 each year.
Now Eric has gone back to his roots, this time producing his own music. His new single "The God in Our Glass" is a tribute to Eric's close friend of over 20 years, Ryan Hoherd, who suddenly passed away. This beautiful tribute to his dear friend, has been added by Starbucks Coffee to their music playlist, now playing in their stores all over the world. Known in the industry for his compasionate soul, Eric has written, produced and recorded many songs for charity including St. Jude and Earthquake Relief for Haiti, with 100% of the proceeds going to these causes. http://www.londontonemusic.com http://www.facebook.com/northwestprime http://www.northwestprime.com
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This morning Marie chats with our friend from the Pasadena Humane Society, Zahra Nealy, who will be stopping by to talk about one of the most fun animal events we have here in Southern California...it’s the Wiggle Waggle Walk. If you like doing things with your dog, you won’t want to miss what Zahra says about this great outdoor adventure. And after our halftime break, for all you readers who enjoy good books about animals, Maryanne Dell will be stopping by with a new batch that she’s just read and reviewed!
Live from the Old Towne Pub, we stream the afterhours of Make Music Pasadena and get the opportunity to interview Squarefish, some locals, and Ralf from Berlin.
I've always been thirsty for culture and tonight, I get my fix via Ralf, the Berlin rep.
Big shout out to Ralf who brought the music and culture straight from Berlin!
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Yvette Devereaux is an American violinist, conductor and Director at the South Pasadena Music Center and Conservatory in Pasadena, California. She was the first African-American woman to attain a conductor's degree from the Peabody Conservatory of Music. She was honored by the city of Los Angeles in February 2007 Living Legends. She was also the first African-American woman to conduct the Los Angeles Philharmonic, as a guest conductor in 1996. As a violinist, Devereaux has performed with Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, Whitney Houston, and K2.
The Talent2Work show today explores the value of a Walkabout. Lori hosts a conversation with Dr. Doug McConnell, and talks about how the Aborigine utilized the Walkabout in their culture and how we might adopt the ideas and create experiences for ourselves within our culture to receive benefit. We’ll talk about Dr. McConnell and his wife's experience in Australia with the Aborigine and look at American culture, discussing talent, work, service, community, ritual, and tradition. Lori will share about her experience on an American Continent version of a Walkabout she experienced this year. Join us for a rich discussion.
Doug McConnell is Professor of Leadership & Intercultural Studies in the School of Intercultural Studies, and is currently serving as Provost and Senior Vice President of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. The McConnells spent 17 years in Australia and Papua New Guinea as teachers and pastors. McConnell teaches and writes on issues in culture, leadership, and religious understandings.
Lori Sortino and Norma Owen are members of the Future Working Together Guild, connecting with the wisdom in the world and sharing some of it through conversations on Norma Radio.
Eszylfie Taylor, founder of The Taylor Method; top ranked Financial Advisor, agent, broker, entrepreneur, and keynote speaker & currently President of Taylor Insurance and Financial Services, a brokerage he founded in 2013.
**He recently spoke @The American College: 9th Annual Conference of African American Financial Services in Atlanta, GA, http://www.theamericancollege.edu/caafp9-2014
Some career highlights include:
· Top 25 agents in the country at New York Life (2012).
· Top agent/advisor in Los Angeles/Greater Pasadena with New York Life (2007-2012).
· Top agent/advisor in within the African American market at New York Life (2006-2012).
· Top producing agent/advisor in the history of the African American market within New York Life.
· Top of the Table producer – Million Dollar Round Table.
· Agent of the Year for NAIFA’s Los Angeles/Greater Pasadena area since2009.
· 100+ cases each year in business and currently maintains over $500MM of in force Life Insurance and $50MM in Annuity/AUM business.
I don't know about you, but I personally had a mad, mad, mad summer. It was great, but I'm glad it's over. On tonight's show, we'll be disgussing seasonal changes and the people who just can't hang with those changes. (They're not really mad, just disappointed)
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You have the potential and opportunity for success, but true success doesn't come easy.
There is always a road to travel. People will laugh at your ideas. People will scoff at your dreams.
But tonight I want to share with you again from the book "Believe you can," by John Mason.
Last year, the opportunity for us to own our television station came about. We contemplated it.
We found a studio was was already set up to be a station. We had the expert engineer and production manager who also had all the basic equipment to run and operate a broadcast quality studio. The landlord was great gave us 3 months free rent. But on the 2nd month our studio manager got ill. Then one thing after another started happening.
And it looked pretty dismal. Money was just flowing out and the studio wasn't ready. In the natural it looked like we should give up and right now as I am broadcasting to you, our studio has yet to receive its first paying customer.
So as I share this with you I am also speaking to myself. What I am sharing with you is don't give up.
Visions and dreams are not a dime a dozen. They come to people who are willing to take risks, be diligent
and not give up!
We believe our studio in Pasadena, California someday is going to be a premier breakout studio for people who can dream dreams and have visions for Internet television!
Where there is no vision the people perish. Prov. 29:18