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Musician & Producer of One With Everything TV, Matt Oestreicher
Matt Oestreicher uses his experience in the music world and the holistic health world to create shows that educate, entertain, and enlighten. His newest show “One With Everything” features discussions and experiences with spiritual teachers and practitioners from various traditions as well as top quality music. Matt is also the producer of the show Your Time To Shine! which is a community building talent show and variety competition meant to supplement arts education for youth.
In the music world, Matt has worked as an arranger, performer, writer, band leader, teacher. For the last 4 years he has arranged and played keyboard and guitar for the world famous Apollo Amateur Night Band. He has performed/worked with Stevie Wonder, Cee-Lo Green, Will i Am, Ray Chew, Jon Bon Jovi, Ben E. King, Jamie Foxx, Alicia Keys and many others.
Matt has appeared on national television shows including Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and The ESPY Awards, and he has played venues and festivals such as Jones Beach, Gathering of the Vibes, and Summerfest. After receiving degrees in both Philosophy and Music from Tufts University and New England Conservatory respectively, Oestreicher chose to pursue a different kind of education. He spent the greater part of 4 years living at yoga centers and meditation centers where he worked in exchange for instruction in Eastern spiritual and body practices that included yoga, chi gong, martial arts, and meditation. He has studied with many of the great living masters of these arts including a winter living in the Maui home of Ram Dass(Richard Alpert.) Matt is certified as a yoga teacher, chi gong teacher
For moore information visit http://www.mattoestreicher.com/
Get ready for the last Friday Night Dance Party of 2014 when we welcome Scott Lawrence to the show!
Hour 1: Scott will talk about his journey in music, what inspires him and how he makes the music that is changing the world!
Hour 2: Listener requests - make 'em count!
Want to ask Scott a question or make a request for hour 2? Call 323 657-1493!
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New Age/World Music Recording Artist Kaliyani releases her debut music video. www.kaliyanimusic.com "NammuInvocation"Viewed by more than 138k it's first 2 months out Kaliyani (also known as Jane Villar-Gehr) is a spiritually inspired visionary, producer, artist and founder of Stargate Alliance Films & Media whose mission is to inspire humanity though offering alternative visions, information and empowering tools for self, as well as for global soul transformation. It is Kaliyanis dream to offer her Self as an instrument for the betterment of humanity and uplifting of consciousness on the planet. She says her deep heartfelt connection with Source is the driving force and fuel in everything she co-creates and assists in bringing forth.
Says the Brazilian-born Kaliyani This intense fire seeks a creative outlet to express itself and when it finds it in my voice, I feel like I am touched by grace Nammus Invocation, as well as the upcoming EP is a collaboration with Hollywood composer/filmmaker Riz Story a true Renaissance man,Billboard Magazine).
DrTranquility Talks Power Women Series Sponsored by La Vista Azul,The Indigo Suite, Turks & Caicos These women know how to help you be successful in all areas of your life Taken from interviews airing live starting Thurs. starting September 11, 2014.
This week, we're checking in with our pals in Paper Lions - the first-ever musical guests on Canadian Musician Radio back in 2013 - who are currently touring in the land down under. We'll chat with the band from the other side of the world about their first tour of Australia, some of the cool experiences they've had thus far, and more.
And leading up to our first-ever edition of Generation Next Live, happening Jan 23rd at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, we've got The Bleeding Lights and Breached, the latter of which is headlining the show as the official launch of their interactive music video which was shot at that very venue last year.
This week on CM Radio we have one of the true legends of rock and roll, Randy Bachman. Bachman, of course, rose to international prominence as one of the leaders of The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, writing countless hits across multiple decades, including "These Eyes," "American Woman," and "Takin’ Care of Business." He is now forging ahead into 2015 with a brand new project billed simply as BACHMAN. Joined by a virtuoso rhythm section with Anna Ruddick on bass and Dale Anne Brendan on drums, the trio’s debut effort, entitled Heavy Blues, will be available worldwide on April 15, 2015 through Linus Entertainment/eOne Music Canada.
Before that, we will be speaking with two of the excellent bands that will be taking part in the second edition of Generation Next Live (www.GenerationNextLive.com). We have Ryan Abramowitz of The Unchained, an instrumental groove rock band from Toronto who is making a name for themselves for that stellar live show and for their latest project,Lost in the Music. As well, we have Ashley Curtis, lead singer of Affinity, another band gaining buzz in the Toronto live rock scene and a breakout act at last year’s Indie Week. Their excellent debut EP, Consequences Pt. 1, came out last year and Ashley says that have new material in the works that they will be showcasing at Generation Next Live on Feb. 5 at the Phoenix Concert Theatre.
Hollywood's Oscar nominations have caused quite a stor for their notable lack of minorities. Critics everywhere are still scratching their heads, wondering why the movie SELMA wasn't included.
Longtime entertainment lawyer and ATLAS SHRUGGED movie producer Harmon Kaslow knows first hand the political correctness in H'wood and joins us tonight to talk about the Osca noms and how movies really get made in Hollywood. Oscar snubs, political correctness in Hollywood, the business of movie making and his latest proect Atlas Shrugged.
Join Destiny Empowerment Hour Radio's Host Cherise L. Riley as she sits down with Writer, Director and Producer Arthur Jordan-Mohammad to discuss his upcoming movie release Carter High!
Arthur is a rare breed of filmmaker who integrates every element into the art and science of cinematography. He studied Cinema at Southern Methodist University. He won best short film for "C'Ya" in the Dallas Black Film Festival and the 21st Annual Scottsdale Film Festival.
Arthur's first feature "Solitaire", also won best film in the Dallas Black Film Festival, and went on to be distributed by Maverick Entertainment. Arthur has had to learn just about every facet of making a film, from writing, shooting, editing, directing, scoring, and producing.
The multi-talented award-winning director was recently honored as a writer for his screenplay, Carter High, at the 2009 Cinema City International Film Festival’sScreenwriter Awards, in Los Angeles. Carter High is the long awaited true story of the 1988 Carter High Cowboys, the most feared high school football team in Texas state history. It is the Carter High story that inspired Friday Night Lights. Arthur's second feature, Black Angels, the story of a private child support agency that believes in collecting payment by any means necessary, received a second place award in the Dallas Black Film Festival and received distribution through Wells Go, USA.
Happy New Year, everyone.
Our first episode of 2015 is a special one, as we're bringing you all the details about a brand new initiatve from Canadian Musician in partnership with 94.9 The Rock and The Phoenix Concert Theatre.
Generation Next Live is a unique concert series showcasing the best Canadian Indie bands. Each month, a team of industry experts will choose four new Indie acts to perform on the legendary Phoenix stage. Not only will this showcase give featured bands the chance to expand their following, connect with industry VIPs, and build a solid future for their talent, but it’s YOUR chance to support your favourite band as they build their groundwork in becoming the future of Canadian music. Get the details at http://generationnextlive.com.
First, we'll chat with Redd from The Phoenix about the initiative itself and what people can expect from it over the course of 2015.
Then, we'll have two of the four bands set to perform the inaugural show on January 23rd - Blind Race and Lost Cause.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Producer Mark Roberts to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his love of bringing stories to life, and what it's been like to see the response to the new film WATER & POWER.
Julian Angel Camarena is an American singer-songwriter, producer, musician, entrepreneur and performer from Arizona. Due to his father being an artist, Julian grew up in a creative and artistic household. Julian first showed interest in music at the age of eight after deciding to learn the alto saxophone so he could play it in the school band. At the age of thirteen, Julian started writing and composing his own music, but it wasn't until fourteen that he decided to add lyrics to each of his compositions, "For me adding lyrics to a song was just another way of adding more emotion, feeling and meaning to my music." After graduating high school at the age of sixteen, Julian moved to San Diego to attend University at San Diego State. Julian continued to write and compose music throughout his freshmen year in college.
Find out much more about Julian and his music when he joins Take 2 Radio Music on Wednesday, Jan. 14th at 3pm eastern!