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While she may have started out as "Barbra Steisand's little sister" - Roslyn Kind has made a big name for herself thanks to acclaimed recordings, appearances in concert, on Broadway and television.
L.A. Times: "Forget that Roslyn Kind is Barbra Streisand's kid sister. She's to good and too special to have to worry about comparisons..."
The London Times: “To say she is superb would be an understatement.”
The New York Post: “She’s so good on so many levels; it’s difficult to categorize her. This elegant, beautiful, petite, dynamo delight rules the stage with a royal command that demands adoration from every seat in the house.”
In addition to her work on stage and in the studio, Roslyn also takes pride in her work for various animal welfare, Alzheimer’s and AIDS related charitable organizations including HSUS, APLA and Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS.
More info at RoslynKind.com
This Musical showcase spotlights Music.! Oddly fitting but somehow a rare delight on our program. We are honoring this who have shared their music and kind voices with us all through playing the music that they chose to share with our listeners. We will play their music and reminisce about the time they shared with the show. We will highlight the stylings of Joshua Rich, Bill Phillippe, and Justina Shandler. Enjoy the show and please use your kind voice to make a difference.. Hosted by Tyler Wolf.
Welcome to A Kind Voice on Music. This Musical showcase spotlights Music. Oddly fitting but somehow a rare delicacy on our program to have an all music show. We are honoring those who have shared their music and kind voices with us all through playing the music that they chose to share with our listeners. We will play their music and reminisce about the time they shared with the show. We will highlight the stylings of Subterranean House Band, Matt Haeck, Sol Driven Train, Tacoma Narrows, Midnight Snack, Laura Light and The Bread and Butter Band. Feast your ears on this and tell a friend, they won’t want to miss it.. Enjoy!
Hosted by Tyler Wolf.
"Bruceploitation - A cultural phenomenon mostly seen in the 1970's & early 80's after the 1973 death of martial artist and actor Bruce Lee. A portmanteau of the name "Bruce" and exploitation, it refers to the practice on the part of filmmakers in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan who hired Bruce Lee look-alike actors ("Lee-alikes") to star in many cheap knock-off martial arts movies to cash in on Lee's success after his death."
Join us as our guest will be film maker Nick Nielsen and we will be talking about his documentary about those actors that filled the void that legendary Bruce Lee left after his passing.
Check out his Kickstarter campaign for this documentary.
Our special guest on A Kind Voice on Music is the wonderful Upstate Rubdown.These folks are a diverse group of musicians dedicated to creating fun acoustic pop music, with creative rhythms and harmonies. The band combines backgrounds in Jazz, Gospel, Folk, Bluegrass, Latin, Show Tunes, and Classical music, with a shared love of Soul, Motown, and classic R and B, to create a uniquely enjoyable sound. Imagine the Lennon Sisters meet Mumford and Sons with Bob Willis and The Texas Playboys to have sixteen espressos then listen to Django Rienhart albums. Let the dancing begin!
Host Mitch Ruth will ask members of the group about busking, upstate New York winters, their current projects. With luck, he will also seek an answer to the eternal question, "Where did my drink go?"
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A discussion about the new year and how movies can teach us values and philosophies that we can carry into our regular lives. What does the movie Step Up 2: The Streets have to do with becoming a better person while chasing your dreams? We'll try to figure that out.
Hosted by William Battle
This Musical Showcase spotlights Joshua Rich. This Singer/Songwriter/Composer was a self-taught piano prodigy at the age of 8! He is also a musical arranger, orchestrator, producer, performer and even an actor and playwright. Truly a man of many hats, Rich is an all around artistic force to be reckoned with. Here to share his voice and some of his wonderful music, Joshua Rich is truly A Kind Voice, himself, and a welcomed friend of our program. Hosted by Tyler Wolf
Our show this week features founding member of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Randle Chowning. We'll be discussing his upcoming recording project, how crowdsource funding is aiding established rock and roll legends and hear of his adventures both in and out of the Daredevils. Host Mitch Ruth will strive to ask the pertinant question,"Would you like fries with that?"
This show features Ian McFeron, whose writing has been compared to Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams and John Lennon, weaves together a variety of popular, rock, and Americana styles to create his own take on roots-American music. McFeron got his start in Seattle after his self-produced debut album was picked up by a commercial radio station there. Listeners responded strongly, and within months, McFeron would share the spotlight with international and national artists such as Patty Griffin, Nanci Griffith, Shawn Mullins, Brandi Carlile, Mike Doughty, Sister Hazel, Amos Lee, Hayes Carll, and Missy Higgins. Host Mitch Ruth discusses with Ian his upcoming Nashville recording project.
Hamilton, Ontario's ROSLYN WITTER had the chance of a lifetime to sing on stage with country superstar Keith Urban this past September. She was given the opportunity after winning a contest through radio station KX94.7 - she entered a video in which she sang the hit Keith Urban/Miranda Lambert duet We Were Us.
Roslyn grew up surrounded by country music. Her father is award winning country singer Jim Witter. As a child, she made an appearance in her Dad’s music video for “Tough As A Pickup Truck”.
“I’ve been singing since I could talk, so I’ve been performing with him since I was three or four years old," she explains. "And he’s been such an influence, so supportive of me.”
Roslyn has just released a new song she wrote called Your Christmas Song which is available at iTunes.
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Today, our kind voice comes from the hands of classical pianist, Sylvia Berry. Sylvia has been playing instruments since the age of 11. Her musical gift led her to graduate from the renowned High School for Creative & Performing Arts in Philadelphia, PA. After high school, Sylvia traveled the world gaining two degrees and performing as a soloist and chamber musician while growing her love for the historic fortepiano. Our host, Kenny Fulton, will be discussing Sylvia's knowledge of this classical instrument as well as showcasing music from her album entitled "Haydn London Sonatas".
Kenny Fulton will interview Jaimze; lead singer from indie group, KING CORAL. The group from Seattle, WA just formed a few months ago and are already halfway towards producing their first album. Ranked #1 in their region by Reverbnation, their sound goes back to the late 70s-early 80s to capture that musical exuberance from that time. A quote from their band page says "We want to produce songs that tell great stories and that engage our listeners". Now, they bring their story to "A Kind Voice".
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