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Join us at Up Close & Personal as we help celebrate a milestone in the musical career of one of our fave guitarist Steve Oliver. With eight albums over the last 15 years, Steve's "Best Of so far" gathers multiple #1 Billboard hits and fan favorites including 2 brand new songs.
Join Sharon Bar Or, Sue Graywolf and Jim Graywolf as they walk the road of choices and decisions Wednesday, 6/18 at 1 PM MST, noon PST, 3 PM EST, 8 PM London and 10 PM Israel time.
Choices and decisions face us every day. Some make them and move ahead - others can get stuck waiting for the perfect answer. How do we navigate through the sea of decisions that face us each day? Especially now. We three hosts have had some major choices and decisions to face over the past few years - and more still coming. We will share how we have dealt, and are dealing, with this. As will our listeners we are certain.
Join us and we will explore this together.
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On Tuesday May 13th at 3pm est,2pm cst and Noon pst, join Dean Swett, President of the Paramour Group, as he talks to the one and only Ken Pike, lead singer of Absolon. Joining Ken guitarist Tyler Colick will also be talking with Dean. Let's hear all the exciting news that Ken and Tyler will be sharing with our listeners. Check out Absolon's website :
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Our choices will determine our future health and, let not man or government force us to choose in a certain way.
Illness or disease as we have stated, starts with poor choices, we speak of obesity and how it relates to our choices. Your choices will determine Health or Disease.
Our Alternative approach, in contrast to the modern medical pharmaceutical sickness industry approach, is a way of looking at things differently. Our approach is developing ways to incorporate nature and what’s natural to the body for a new healing paradigm. In all of our lives, food has taken on emotional and social implications far beyond adequate nourishment. "Tune In" Wednesday July 16 at 7:PM for more
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The TRUE PURPOSE DEVELOPMENT SHOW here each week to INSPIRE * EMPOWER * EDUCATE * and ENTERTAIN YOU for 2 Hours!
1st Hour: One of the biggest challenges in life, is ACCEPTING the CONSEQUENCES of your CHOICES. The CONSEQUENCES can be favorable or non-favorable to our Ego. When it seems like everything is going downhill as a result of a CHOICE, it may seem almost agitating when someone says that your current situation is DIVINE.
To discover how to ACCEPT, is to conquer the challenge of LETTING GO. With LETTING GO, their is a presence of PEACE. PEACE yields HAPPINESS and WISDOM gained. Let's discover the POWER of ACCEPTING the CONSEQUENCES of your CHOICES.
2nd Hour: It's time for the ENTERTAINMENT with the Doc and MomoB! QODs for today: Beyond the Sex...Is the old fashion way of courting without sex the mystic key to finding the perfect man or woman of your dreams? Let's talk...
Jeff Antoniuk and The Jazz Update
Saxophonist Jeff Antoniuk is internationally respected as a jazz composer and musician. Now living in Annapolis, Maryland, the Canadian born artist appears on numerous recordings and has been consistently well received by critics.
With a master’s degree from the University of North Texas in jazz performance and West African ethnomusicology, Antoniuk spent a decade touring and recording with the Unified Jazz Ensemble. In 2004, he formed his own heavy hitting quartet, the Jazz Update.
The group celebrated the release of their first album together in 2007. Brimming with Antoniuk originals and luscious covers, the CD Here Today quickly climbed the jazz radio charts in the US and Canada and achieved stellar success in the world of high tech music sourced through high speed cable, Internet and broadband.
With the quartet’s 2010 album Brotherhood Antoniuk and company step out with fresh, memorable, and beautifully executed compositions. The progressive jazz disc delivers sophisticated and compelling rhythm, melody and harmony. Its global themes are brought home with depth and humor. Brotherhood began receiving significant airplay and advance sales even before the official release date.
Popular shows at Blues Alley, the Kennedy Center, the Smithsonian and U Street clubs show the Jazz Update to be equally adept at live performance. The group surprises and satisfies wherever they perform.
We will be discussing how to make the right choices for the happiest results long term. Call in with your stories of making good and bad choices and the results at 718-766-4494. We also have an interview with esteemed author Joshua Horwitz on his new book War of the Whales. Purchase the book today at www.warofthewhales.com.
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Saxophonist Richard Elliot has arrived at a very special anniversary for blowing audiences away with his soulfully robust playing. 2014 marks 30 years since the release of his debut solo album, Initial Approach (ITI – 1984), on which he stepped out showcasing his tenor sax, soprano sax, Lyricon and writing skills. What does a red-blooded Scottish sax man raised in Los Angeles – now with a wife and five children – do for a 30-year encore? Well, this one-time member of the classic soul band Tower of Power proves he’s “not a young man” and drops the most overtly sensual, romantic and intimate album of his career in collaboration with contemporary jazz production/guitar giant Paul Brown. The title of this 17th solo project is Lip Service (the artist’s first for Heads Up/Concord Music Group).
Over time, he became a part of that country’s scene of young rising jazz artists and freelance musicians, featured as both a singer and saxophonist. Lie toured Norway, Sweden, and Finland with different groups and appeared on the jazz shows of NRK, the Norwegian equivalent of the BBC. Lie was also a recipient of a grant from the Norwegian State Fund for Performing Artists.
Lie later decided to move to the U.S. since his favorite styles of music “were being created in this country 24/7 everywhere.” Loving the Southern California climate and being “a certified beach bum,” he chose L.A. as his new base. Since then he has been a jazz artist and freelance musician, performing in clubs and at festivals and concerts throughout the West Coast.
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There's no question that some of us have lives that are easier than others. All of us, at some point, will have an obstacle in life that we have to overcome. People deal with obstacles in one of two ways-- some people choose to focus on solutions and others choose to focus on problems.
Overcoming obstacles actually serves two purposes: to heighten your belief in yourself and to strengthen your determination to succeed, Obstacles even help some people find more meaning in life.
We are who we are today because of the choices we have made in our lives. We've made the best choices that we could with the knowledge and skills we had at the time. As we grow, have more experiences and learn more lessons, we are able to make different and better choices.
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, as she talks about ways we can develop new beliefs in order to make choices which will take us in a new, easier, happier direction.
Hailing from the "birth place of jazz",Vandell Andrew's destiny was not too hard to find. Vandell started studying music at the age of 13 at a local jazz summer camp in the treme area of New Orleans. It was then that he learned to play the trumpet. After a whole summer of playing the trumpet, Vandell was approached by one of his teachers that his embouchure would be better suited playing the saxophone.
Being that this teacher was the COOLEST sax player in the world, Vandell took this ultimatum as a compliment that his teacher would be even considering teaching him. Soon after learning to play the alto saxophone, Vandell joined the infamous St.Augustine "Marching 100" band. Playing in events and parades all over the world, convinced Vandell that this was what he wanted to do for a living after high school. Following high school, Vandell enrolled in music classes at Southern University at New Orleans, and studied with the legendary Edward "Kidd" Jordan. Shortly after about a month of studying with Kidd, the horrible hurricane Katrina took the city of New Orleans by storm. Vandell found himself relocating to Dallas,Tx. This experience was extremely hard to cope with at first , but Vandell began to like living in Dallas a little more, after checking out the music scene around town. Vandell began writing and working on his own solo compositions. This has led to him sharing stages with many local acts,at many different venues .As well as nationally known acts like Kirk Whalum, and Tom Braxton. This is only the beginning for this young entrepreneur, he is soon to record his debut album in the very near future.
Jazz/Pop artist Pete Belasco began playing piano at a young age, later turning his concentration to saxophone. Both of his parents played piano as well. In high school, Belasco played in rock bands, but he soon became primarily interested in jazz and studied sax at Rutgers University and the Hartt Conservatory. He was also preparing a demo at the time, but was involved in a severe boating accident that broke both of his hands. For several months, he was unable to play, but in the interim he turned to composing and singing. In retrospect, Belasco has referred to the accident as a watershed experience because it forced him to develop his songwriting and singing skills. Belasco’s demo made its way to Verve Records, and A&R Executive, Guy Eckstine, who signed him. Upon healing, Belasco moved to New York to record his debut, Get It Together, which was released on Verve Forecast in the fall of 1997. The album was a concoction of influences such as, Marvin Gaye, the Beatles, and Curtis Mayfield, along with jazzy pop and lounge music cool. As Pete Belasco created the songs that would become his second album, Deeper, he kept returning to a common theme-intimacy. The grooves were sensual, relaxed, erotic. The lyrics were passionate, tender, generous. In a time of confusion and strife, Belasco wanted to sing about love, about faith, and about supporting one another. In a feature article in The Village Voice, music journalist James Hunter rhapsodizes about Belascos second effort
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