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Today on The Jeff Foxx Radio Show
New York City area-based Tunecore artist Pianist CMajor
One of the optimal up and coming artists of her generation. Carol Porter (CMajor) is comfortable playing many styles but she prefers the do-it-yourself approach and writes her own pop music. CMajor combines classical training and pop sensibility.
In 2008, CMajor was given a semi-finalist award in a UK Songwriting contest for her song, “Gut Feeling”.
In November 2011, CMajor was featured on a compilation project released by Guitar Center.
Most recently, CMajor released the single "Faint Memory"
Check CMajor out today Live!!!
Saturday, May 3rd
7 PM The Parkside lounge 317 East Houston between
Avenues B and C
In New York City
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"What is life?" Part VI, discussions and explanations about how we become the victim of the conflict between our physical manifestation and our destiny and how the soul, guide and guardian angel tries to help us ease the conflict and fulfill our life mission.
The primary cause of diseases results from the conflict between our physical manifestation and our destiny.
Discussion and explanations about the way our soul (the Great Judge) - who connects us with God - works throughout life with someone's mind and physical body.
Discutie si explicatii despre cum Sufletul, Marele Judecator sau cel care ne conecteaza cu Dumnezeu, conlucreaza de-a lungul vietii cu mintea si corpul fizic al individului.
2010 MacArthur Fellow Jason Moran has established himself as a risk-taking pianist and innovator of new directions for jazz. His awards include Jazz Artist, Jazz Album & Pianist of the Year in the 59th Annual Downbeat Critics Poll; Rising Star Jazz Artist, Rising Star Pianist, Rising Star Composer in the 2003-04 Downbeat Critics Polls; and the first Playboy Jazz Artist of the Year award. Mr. Moran is on the faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music and the Manha
Join me this Sunday, April 13, 2014, at 3:00pm, when I will speak with and play the music of Akua Allrich, vocalist, composer and teacher. She is a Washington, DC native whose musical roots are vast and grounded in jazz and pan-African music. She sings in many languages including Portuguese, French, Spanish, English, Xhosa, and Twi. She was educated at Howard University, where she obtained her BM in jazz vocals and a master’s degree in social work. She was taught, coached and mentored by talented musicians such as world-renowned singer Kehembe V. Eichelberger, singer/drummer Grady Tate, and pianist Charles Covington. While she was in college, one of the first jazz albums she bought was John Coltrane’s Live at the Village Vanguard: The Master Takes.
In celebration of singer-songwriter Tina Malia performing locally in Encinitas this Saturday, April 12 at the Seaside Center for Spiritual Living, we are replaying our featured show with her from August 2012.
Tina Malia travels around the world bringing her breathtaking songs and artistry. As an artist, her love of different cultures and music has helped distinguish her in styles ranging from pop to world-acoustic to electronic. Her own diverse and growing catalog of albums is complemented by studio and live performance work with iconic artists such as Carlos Santana, Bonnie Raitt and Kenny Loggins. A highly trained musician, Tina not only writes and sings her own material, she also engineers and produces her albums, playing many of the instruments. Originally trained as a classical pianist by her mother, she credits her father for introducing her to guitar and folk music. On her album "The Lost Frontier" - which came out on August 16, 2012 - Tina opens eyes, stirs souls and reminds us that the power to change the world lies in our own hands. For more: www.TinaMalia.com.
Born in Cuba, and now calling Miami, Florida home, JACKIE ARREDONDO has recently released her single, “Like We Used To” to international radio! This multi-talented artist has already gained attention with her with her EP, “Just Call Me Jackie,” which was produced in Nashville by Brian G White. In 2012, she was the first Latina to introduce the steel guitar to National Hispanic television, and she was the first Latina to introduce genuine country music with Spanish lyrics to Hispanic radio - reaching number one on the Latin radio charts with “The Woman You Wanna Be” (El Hombre Perfecto) and reaching number three with “Let Me Fall” (Por Que Eres Tan Cruel).
Canadian JAMES KEITH NORMAN proudly introduces his brand new album, “That’s Right,” and its first single, “In Trouble Now.” Each and every one of the nine tracks on “That’s Right,” his third album, was written by James, and recorded in Nashville. It has some real “heavyweight’ players involved: Jon Conley (Kenny Chesney) on guitar, Rob Hajacos (Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, Shania Twain) on fiddle, Smith Curry (Rascal Flatts, Taylor Swift, Little Big Town) on steel...just to name a few. His stepfather, Jimmy Coxson, was a successful pianist, well known around the jazz clubs and a staple at the CBC. His mother, Mona was an influential music booking agent, business music consultant, author and columnist at Canadian Musician magazine.
Tune in for this one hour episode of In The Country featuring stories and songs from my guests Jackie Arredondo and James Keith Norman.
Debbie Poryes was born in Santa Monica, CA. She began playing piano at five, practicing everything from Chopin to show tunes. Fascinated with musical theory and structure, she played jazz standards, composing, and improvising. She loved the music of Monk and Miles as a teenager and decided to become a jazz pianist. On full scholarship at the University of California at Berkeley, she left school to be a full-time professional jazz musician. At 20, her first regular paying gig lasted a year at a restaurant in Berkeley, where she performed five nights a week from 5 p.m. to midnight.
In the 1980s, Debbie earned a degree in Jazz Studies and became fluent in Dutch, while teaching Jazz in the Netherlands at conservatories in Hilversum and Arnhem. While living in Europe, she recorded a trio LP for Timeless Records. She arranged for, accompanied, and recorded with numerous singers as well as freelancing with other groups. In 1990, she returned to the U.S. , got married and raised her daughter.
Since 2007, Debbie released three CDs: A Song in Jazz with her trio (Jazzschool); Catch Your Breath with her quartet (Origin/OA2) and Two and Fro, duo with Bruce Williamson (Origin/OA2). A popular teacher, Debbie has internet students around the globe and a waiting list for her private practice. She is a faculty member of Berkeley Jazzschool and a member of the Music Teachers’ Association of California, Jazz Education Network and Jazz Corner in NYC. Website: www.debbieporyes.com
Join Host, Jason Brain, and the Soapbox Danger Team for Radio Soapbox; our weekly BlogTalkRadio program where creative arts and conversation connect. We’ll be coming to you LIVE from the Elbow Room (Encino, CA) and would love to see you there for the live broadcast.
THE GUEST: Hailing from the dark forests of New England, Alec Sullivan is a musician bringing sounds which range from comedic rock to dark metal. Having been involved with many different acts, he is a founding member of both The Crypt Keepers, a comedy death metal trio, and Cemetentiary, a thrash metal group. Alec is a singer, drummer, guitarist, and pianist whose only intention is to evoke emotions from his audience while injecting his own emotions into songwriting. Enjoy the scattered brain of this young, up-and-coming rapscallion who brings a fresh, sometimes unnerving, twist on songwriting.
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Life Changing Insights with Dr. Alan Simberg and his guest Kory Livingstone & Dr. Brenda Lynch
Dr. Brenda Lynch has dedicated her life to transforming the lives of children around the world as a teacher and counselor. Tell-A-Vision strives to lay the foundation for parents and other adults who work with children. Surrounded by inadequate role models, there needs to be intensely focused instruction for all children. Dr. Lynch offers this book as a gift—a gift of tools to help us define who we are, help others do the same, alter our lives with the power of our thoughts, and praise God.
Toronto born pianist, Kory started his professional career playing the piano bar circuit in the local hotels. Taking the advice of Ray Carrol, an original member of the famous Platters, Kory developed his talents as a singer, and songwriter.
Kory has released 6 albums on his own independent record label, Crestant Records. His CD entitled You Were In My Eyes a collection of 8 original songs that tell stories about our everyday life experiences,the many faces of love; inspirational themes & the power of words. They Say It’s Wonderful is Kory’s response to popular demand from his fans. It contains vocal Jazz standards & a coupe of original and instrumentals written by Kory.
His self-titled CD Kory Livingstone is Kory’s first CD. It contains an wide variety of instrumental tunes that Kory composed for solo piano up to full symphonic orchestra, from Gospel to Jazz & Reggae.
Part IV: The elements that governs the physical manifestation of the human being and balances the way an individual follows his life plan.
Partea a IV-a: Elementul care guverneaza manifestarea fizica a individului si cel care este responsabil de echitatea vis-a-vis de felul in care individul isi executa planul vietii.