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Welcome to "Up Close & Personal" with Latinjazzy
Today being the show's 1st aniversary I will be catching up with my buddy and 1st guest a year ago, one of comptemporary jazz's elite saxophonist/writer/drum programer/producer Andy Snitzer as he shares with us not just some of his beautiful music, but his accomplishments in this past year as well what's keeping him busy nowadays and what's ahead!!!
I will also be talking with with UC&P first timer and long time friend virtuostic guitarist and renowned producer U-Nam...who's newly release album “C’est Le Funk” went straight to the top of the charts on its first day, reaching #1 on the Amazon US “Best Sellers” List for Funk Albums, #2 for Smooth Jazz Albums and #19 in Overall Jazz....not bad at all!!!
So join us tomorrow, the fun begins at 6:00 pm EST
We talk alot about choices in the H.I.P. Community. In fact in Coach T's book The H.I.P. Factor it states "choosing your way to Healthy, Inspiring, Purposeful living" so what does that really mean? So, where are we choosing from - personality or soul? Join us this week for this healthy conversation on choices. Call us at 818-572-4953 and press the 1 one to get into the conversation
Jesus shared with the scribes and many more about the personal hygiene problem they believed his disciples had when it came to eating before washing their hands. Many are concerned about the outter appearence and had washing but never consider washing the inside. The inside washing is much more important than washig the outside.
As he continues his emergence as a dynamic new independent artist in the contemporary jazz world, keyboardist and composer Al DeGregoris still remembers the encouraging words he parents would offer frequently as he was growing up in Long Island: “Be patient. Work hard. Everything will come, All In Good Time.” That last phrase is the perfect title of DeGregoris’ new album, the latest step in the fulfillment of his musical dreams, which finds him vibing with some of contemporary jazz’s top hit making artists.
Greg's latest CD, "Can't Help Myself, was released August 1, 2014. Entirely produced by Nate Harasim & Matt Godina, this record features 2x Grammy winner Paul Brown, Julian Vaughn, Nils, and others. Onstage, Greg has played the J.A. Nugget Jazz Night, has performed as an opening act for Evelyn "Champagne" King and Howard Hewett, has backed up Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter, and performs regularly throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Greg's last record, "After Hours", featured Paul Brown on guitar, smooth jazz pianist Jonathan Fritzen, session musicians Ross Bolton, Louis Fasman, and Roberto Vally, and the mixing expertise of saxophonist/producer Darren Rahn. Singles from "After Hours" and Greg's 2011 self-titled album have charted on the Smoothjazz.com Top 50 Chart, the Jazzweek Top 50 Smooth Singles Chart and have made the Most Added/Increased Airplay lists for Billboard Magazine, Smoothjazz.com, and RadioWave.
Meet Chelsey Green!
Having shared the stage with international artists including Maysa, MC Lyte, Denyce Graves, Ruben Studdard, J.Cole and Questlove and Black Thought of The Roots, emerging artist Chelsey Green brings the unmatched tone, richness and vibrancy of violin and viola playing to audiences in a whole new way.
A student of classical technique and repertoire for over 20 years, Chelsey Green incorporates principles of standard classical music performance into the performance of enticing original tunes and re-identified popular favorites in genres across the board including Soul, Gospel, R&B, Jazz, Funk, Rock, and more!
Named an Artists-in-Residence at The Music Center at Strathmore in 2010, Ms. Green is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Maryland College Park.
Ms. Green’s varied performance resume includes performances at the Late Show with David Letterman, Theater at Madison Square Garden, Saint Lucia Jazz Festival, BET Honors Dinner, Essence Music Festival, The Howard Theatre, The Music Center at Strathmore, Blues Alley, Bobby Jones Gospel, The John F. Kennedy Center and more!
Chelsey Green and her ensemble, The Green Project will soon release their highly anticipated second CD and first full length album, "The Green Room" on September 23rd! It is already making waves on the contemporary jazz scene as it already appeared on the iTunes Top 100 Jazz albums on the first 3 days of pre-sale! Log on to iTunes or Amazon to reserve your digital copy today!
For more information on Chelsey Green and The Green Project, visit www.chelseygreen.com today!
in Self Help
Are you a person who rushes to judgment, overreacts, or gives up too soon? Do you worry about things that you can't control? If so, you may have a wrong attitude.
Attitude is the way we look at the world It's our expectations and beliefs. Our attitudes come from our opinions. Opinions come from thoughts. So, if you have wrong thinking, you can pretty well bet you have a wrong attitude. For many of us, this is just the way we are! But you weren't born with your attitude, you learned it. And you can change it. You just have to make the choice to change.
According to research by Robert Half International, seven out of every 10 fired employees were fired because of their inability to get along with someone else in the workplace...usually more than one someone else. Many times it's their boss!
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, Licensed hypnotherapist and author of You Are More Than Enough, as she discusses Do You Have The Wrong Attitude? She will share with you tips and techniques for gaining a better attitude and having a more positive outlook on life. People who take responsibility for their attitudes, are goal-oriented, have the habit of right thinking, and demonstrate their integrity create a magnetic force that attracts people to them instead of pushing them away. Listen in and learn!
Lets get back to personal. We spend way too much time behind or infront of a screen for our social life. Let break down and give up close and personal a shot. Jesus told us in John 14 that we should love one another, and to pray for our enemies. We as a society have drifted from out personal touch in our day to day relationships. Lets get away from that. We should from time to time come face to face with the ones we love and care for.
A renowned musician, Daniel D. has been sought to celebrate many worthy occasions with dignitaries and icons. He has amassed a growing international fan base and respect among his peers due to his skilled acumen and captivating performances. A Seasoned Entertainer at 25 years old. Daniel D. has been playing the violin since he was 12 years old. He graduated from the Charleston School of the Arts and immediately went on tour. He has produced four albums. His most recent single made it to the top 50 of the Indie Charts. At home he is an annual featured artist in the MOJA Festival and travels across the country performing solo, with his D.J., or with his band. Daniel D. has become a regular requested artist for corporate, private, and festivals events.
Welcome to At Your Service Yes Radio, hosted by Daniel Barth! This broadcast will talk about Connections in Business- The Importance Of Personal Interaction
This is a relational, personal field. This is a people business, and connections are vital to your business' success.
We explore this idea, and share some good application for your business.
Of course we also share a couple of news items from the day and also an encouraging word for you!
Thanks for listening to At Your Service Yes Radio!
We look forward to helping you with your business
At Your Service Yes Radio
in Self Help
Do you criticize yourself? Are you constantly finding something wrong with you? Do you put yourself down? If so, you need to stop it. The world is tough enough without you adding to it.
Stop talking about your negative traits. If you have faults, other people will find them soon enough if they are looking for them. You don't have to point them out to anyone. And you already know them, so you don't have to keep telling yourself about them.
You can improve your confidence by modifying your destructive behavior. Criticizing yourself is a destructive behavior. Make some conscious choices to think about yourself in a positive manner. Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, as she shares with you some tips and techniques for reprograming your behaviors. It is up to you to create the self-confidence you wish to have.
in Self Help
Do you feel as if your life is moving faster and faster? Today, we do everything fast....talk fast, eat fast, drive fast. Time is at a premium and most of us are afflicted with "hurry sickness." There never seems to be enough tme to do the things we have to do, much less the things we want to do. Many of us don't even have time to think! There are probably times when you feel like a spectator watching your own life unfold, instead of being in control. There is something terribly wrong with this picture.
Time is the most precious and limited resource you have. Time is unyielding. You can't stop it, slow it down, or save it. If you are like most people, trying to balance your life inside the time that you have is very challenging. It's almost impossible to get everything done and keep current with what's going on in the world.
Joan Baez once said, "You don't get to choose how you are going to die or when. You can only decide how you are going to live."
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough,as she discusses how to make every minute of your life count for something.