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  • 00:17

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    Everyone has experienced heartbreak. We all have that one person we will never be able to stop thinking about no matter how hard we try. But...what if you could? That is the question that set writer/director Kryzz Gautier on the journey of creating this universe. Could technology get to the point of being able to erase heartbreak from the world?


    Join us as we speak to writer/director Kryzz Gautier about this film that asks the question: What is the real price when we choose to have our memories altered or changed?


    Check out her Kickstarter campaign for more details.


     


    Hosted by William Battle


     

  • A Kind Voice On Music featuring Scotty Grand

    in Indie Music

    We are excited to welcome Scotty Grand back to the show! Scotty joined us several months ago as he was working on his debut album entitled "A Songwriter's Right". We learned that Scotty comes from a musical background and has worked numerous years in the background of the music scene as a songwriter and background singer. Scotty has shared the stage with such notable artists as Jordin Sparks and Stevie Wonder. After years of being in the background, Scotty decided it was his time to express himself through this project he calls "A Songwriter's Right". Scotty joins us on the cusp of the release of his first installment of "A Songwriter's Right" called "Paragraph One | Love Is" releasing on iTunes August 19th.

  • 01:04

    A Kind Voice on Good News

    in News

    Looking for some Good News?  Tonight's debut of co-anchors Michael Englese and Leslie Rodriguez on A Kind Voice on Good News, will fill your heart with stories of the power of love & generosity and will also feature interviews with Good News Makers.  


    If you got some Good News you'd like to share or just want to join the conversation call (347) 850-8907.

  • 00:01

    A Kind Voice on Good News

    in News

    Looking for some Good News?  Tonight's debut of co-anchors Michael Englese and Leslie Rodriguez on A Kind Voice on Good News, will fill your heart with stories of the power of love & generosity and will also feature interviews with Good News Makers.  


    If you got some Good News you'd like to share or just want to join the conversation call (347) 850-8907.

  • 00:50

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    Host William Battle discusses movies we can watch from the comfort of our own homes now that summer blockbuster season is officially coming to a close. We will pick a movie from a few genres that you might be interested in watching for yourself or with a few loved ones.


     


    Hosted by William Battle

  • 01:03

    A Kind Voice on Books

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight's guest is Folklorist Dr. Patrick Mullen, a professor emeritus from The Ohio State University and the author of five books.  His latest book They All Go Native on A Saturday Night:  A Personal History of  American Vernacular Music interweaves his love of music and his Texas upbringing in a lively narrative that leaves one with an indelible sense of time and place in American music and the generations that remains indebted to its - and their own - roots.  


    Hosted by Ellen Damsky


     

  • 00:46

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    INTERTWINED touches on that breaking point; that moment where you decide, I'm going to do this because I need to, even if it means going on that journey alone. I want the world to know that great things come from when you take control of your own life and that real happiness comes from looking inside yourself and deciding what's best for you. Nobody can tell you how to live.


    Join us as we speak with Director Joshua Curtis and Producer Amber Shane to discuss their new film.


    In the meantime, check out thier Kickstarter campaign for this project.


    Hosted by William Battle


     


     

  • A Kind Voice on Music Featuring George Schricker

    in Lifestyle

    This Wednesday on A Kind Voice on Music we talk with singer/songwriter and storyteller George Schricker about a career spanning decades - both for himself and for his audiences. George has presented his storytelling method in 48 different artist residencies, and spent twenty years performing for children in schools accross the country. His efforts culminated in a children's album, George's Brother, whose song "Archaeopteryx" was even nominated for Children's Song of the Year.


    George has since returned to writing and playing for primarily adult audiences, with album releases in 2010 (Back on Track) and 2012. "Losing Track of Time", one of the songs on Back on Track, received notable mention in The New York Times and significant airplay in our fair state of Indiana. In tonight's episode we listen to several tracks from his latest album, Precious Time, and talk about George's band, event center, and love of songwriting.


    To find out more about George's band or venue, please check out this link:


    http://www.wildrosemoon.com/

  • A Kind Voice on Good News

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight’s Good News program will include stories on The Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS and A Retirement Home For Unwanted Senior Pets, as well as an interview with Angela Hubbs soon to be Ironwomen and her body, mind & spirit Fitness for Your Life Program, and more....


    If you got some Good News you'd like to share or just want to join the conversation call (347) 850-8907.


    Co-anchors Leslie Rodriguez and Michael Englese 


    Links:


    Ice Bucket Story, Video


    Retire Home for Pets


    Angela Hubbs


     

  • A Kind Voice On Music with Kenny Fulton

    in Music

    Today we are continuing our narative on creating music from the raw materials arond us. We begin the show with a replay of a previous show featuring Natalie Miebach. Natalie creates art out of weather models and then those models are also turned into music compositions. Our host, Kenny Fulton, will give his insight on Natalie's interview and it ties in with the ongoing theme of A Kind Voice which is creating a garden of kindness using the conections we make through music, the show, and people and things we interact with everyday.

  • A Kind Voice on Books

    in Books

    Conversation with author Jean Daigneau whose work includes Highlights, Clubhouse, and Fun for Kidz.  Her picture book manuscript Tice Davids’ Underground Road won an honorable mention in the 2008 SCBWI Barbara Karlin competition.  


    Hosted by Ellen Damsky.