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Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. On today's show, we have super talented singer/songwriter Sierra Braden joining us to talk about her music, career, and anything she's working on that she can talk about. As usual, I have my friend, co-host, sidekick, and general thorn in my side, Emily, here with me, so let's get this going, shall we?
Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. We've got a really special guest on today's show, somebody I consider a dear friend. Singer/songwriter Megan Golden returns to the show to talk about what she's been up to since the last time she was on. I got a chance to meet Megan a few months ago at one of her live shows, and I'm sure that will be brought up on the show. So, with that, let's get this thing going!
Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. On the show today, we're joined by super talented singer Meghan Gallagher. Meghan stops by to talk about her music, career, and anything she's working on that she can talk about. As usual, I have my co-host, esteemed colleague, and friend, Emily with me, so let's get to the show
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Tonight Pop Art PAinter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Indie Singer/Songwriter Alicia Rae to the Show!
Hailing from Washington DC, Alicia Rae quickly found her knack for songwriting the moment she picked up her first guitar. It was only a matter of time until Alicia was quickly recognized for her crisp vocals and catchy, relatable lyrics. The singer/songwriter’s music consists of captivating pop songs with playful melodies and honest lyrics, finding influences from artists like Taylor Swift, Vanessa Carlton and Kina Grannis.
Alicia Rae has played at festivals across the mid-Atlantic region and performed at famed Washington, DC music venues like Jammin’ Java and U Street Music Hall. Alicia has shared the stage with award winning artists such as Mikaela Davis, Lewis Watson, Kawehi and Steve Moakler
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Chloe Collins is a teenage singer/songwriter/musician. Chloe started singing when she was just a toddler, people took notice, and she has never stopped. When she was 8 she learned a few guitar chords to a Hannah Montana (Miley Cyrus) song that she liked and wanted to learn how to play herself. She took to the guitar quickly and in just a few weeks was singing and learning to play songs by her idols like Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and Katy Perry. Soon Chloe started writing songs, and then started performing at talent shows and coffee houses. She’s really a fantastic budding songwriter with a bright future. On her new EP, “5 @15” she reaches down deep for an excellent release.
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Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. Today, we're super excited to welcome pop singer Korie Anne to the show. Korie sits down with us to talk about her career, music and anything else she's working on that she can talk about. As usual, I've got my lovely and talented co-host, Emily with me, so let's do this!
Today is my 6th. year anniversary for my radio show on the Blog Talk Radio Network. For my 6th. year and 135th. show Mackenzie Phillips is my very special guest she is an actress and singer best known for her roles in American Graffiti and as rebellious teenager Julie Cooper on the sitcom One Day at a Time. She is most recently known for her role on Disney channel’s science – fiction show So Weird. She will be sharing the story of her incredible and turbulent childhood, how she battled severe addiction and made it to the other side; to a life of recovery and helping others. Mackenzie is the daughter of John Phillips, lead singer of the 60s band, The Mamas and the Papas. As a troubled teen star, Phillips made several visits to rehab before getting sober. Mackenzie’s struggles with addiction have been well documented in her bestselling memoir High On Arrival and in the media. She now wishes to use her past experiences to help others and offer hope to individuals who are struggling with substance abuse and addiction. She is now working for the Pasadena Recovery Center as their Recovery and Treatment Advocate, running groups on a weekly basis. For California listeners, every month Pasadena Recovery Center welcomes experts, celebrities and authors to their Speaker Series Event where members of the community can attend; listen to inspiring stories, learn about addiction treatment, and more. For more info on the next speaker series, follow Pasadena Recovery Center on Facebook https://twitter.com/MackPhillips , https://www.facebook.com/mack.phillips.33?fref=ts
As the New Year is upon us, I told you that we were going to mix things up. So here is one of those mix ups. On January 1st at 9 PM we are opening our lines up to the young people. With so many bad things going on in Baltimore right now, it's a blessing to see that there are young people out there that are doing something positive. Let's talk to one of those young people this week.
Kirsten Whiting is a high school junior, singer, and actress. She became interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment industry following a major role in the 2010 Winands Elementary School musical production of Mostly Motown. Kirsten attended Sudbrook Magnet School where she studied vocal music, while there she had the opportunity to show her acting abilities in the school musical “13”. While at Sudbrook, she took an interest in history and government. In 2013 Kirsten starred as Balthasar in the stage play Much Ado about Nothing. Currently, Kirsten participates in mock trial and is auditioning for her school musical, Little Shop of Horrors. She is a member of the National Society for High School Scholars, the National Honor Society, and is a class officer for the class of 2017 at Randallstown High School. When she gets older, she would like to pursue a career in entertainment or politics.
Join me, oh I'm sorry, I did say we're doing things different, join Nichelle Johnson host of The Man In The Mirror, and stepping back co-host Hezekiah L. Montgomery as we welcome our first young person Kirsten Whiting to our platform on New Years Day January 1, 2016 at 9 PM. We're going to learn more about Kirsten as Nichelle takes over as host and I move to the background as co-host. We're giving the young people a chance to be a voice on our show. So pass this along, tell all the other young people to listen in, call in and hear Kirsten's story.