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JOIN ME AS I WELCOME QUARTET GROUP/SINGERS "FOR THE LORD" SHARING THEIR TESTIMONY AND NEW CD PROJECT; GREATER. PLUS GUEST HOSTS: JACKIE HICKMAN $ DOC BRADFORD HOWARD JR..
Calling all Aspiring Singers, Songwriters, Musicians, D.J.'s, etc. No-Tea with Chrita and Cryss (check our Facebook and Twitter pages) will be featuring those who wish to enter the industry, or are already a part, and looking for support and to share resources. Amateur or professional, join us tomorrow evening, Monday, Dec. 7th, as we discuss the music industry and changes in advancing technologies, the challenges and successes. Let us hear your story, where u are in your journey, and tell us what you've learned. Bring a lyric or two, or even short sound bite to share.
We welcome industry professionals to come and share their expertise, as well. Can't wait. (646) 668-2620 is the call in number, 7-9 pm is the time. We'll be waiting.
JOIN ME AND GUEST HOSTS JACKIE HICKMAN $ DOC BRADFORD HOWARD JR. AS WE WELCOME THE AWESOME MUSIC GROUP SINGERS, NU MYNISTREE SHARING THEIR TESTIMONIES AND NEW CD PROJECT.
Singer/actress/author Gloria Loring joins World Footprints to talk about her music collaboration with son, R&B artist Robin Thicke, travel and her book, "Coincidence is God's Way of Remaining Anonymous". Gloria also dishes on her life past life as Liz Chandler on daytime's Days of our Lives.
Jazz artist Rene Marie credits many women, including Eartha Kitt, for her life's direction and musical influences. After her abusive husband of 23 years gave her an ultimatum to quit singing or leave--she chose to leave and begin her professional music career at the age of 42. Rene reflects on her life journey and how a trip to Germany helped her recognize humanity's common bonds.
According to Rockin' Dopsie, Jr., a person who doesn't feel the rhythm of Zydeco has no soul. We revisit an interview we did with Dopsie, Jr., aka the "Mick Jagger of the Marsh", during one of our many broadcasts from New Orleans' French Quarter Festival.
You'll also hear what Rio de Janeiro is doing to prepare for the Olympics and what the area has to offer to travelers at all other times.
For additional resources visit this showpage on WorldFootprints.com.
Author K.L. Sterling will talk to us about her book, "I'm Enough", Which is available on Amazon.com. I'm Enough: The synopsis: In the prime of her life, Niki, a beautiful professional young woman becomes captivated by a charming welleducated young man, David. The two were instantly attracted to one another and they become quite the duo. committed to making the relationship flourish, Niki relocates to begin a new life with David...You have to tune to the broadcast to hear the rest of the delicious details...
NuMynistree Gospel Recording Artists
NuMynistree is a gospel recording group consisting of Angela Cherry, Brenda Northern, Venila Forrest, Vanessa Moore-Brown, and Rebecca Nobles. The band members include Charles Brown, Ira Clark, Maurice Jackson, and Miguel Cherry.Nu Mynistree is a group taking the nation by storm. A modern twist on Old School Gospel & Contemporary NuMynisree would love to come to your town or city.
The Jones Family Singers, consisting in part of five sisters, two brothers and their father, have been tearing up churches and festivals alike for over two decades. But they’ve never before made a studio album that displays the depth of their pure musical gifts quite like The Spirit Speaks, recorded to analog tape at Jim Eno’s Public Hi-Fi studio in Austin, TX and released on April 1st, 2014 via Arts+Labor. “Modern practitioners of a long musical tradition…infusing their joyful, reverent songs with elements of vintage soul and R&B” declares the Wall Street Journal. We will discuss two of their songs "LEANING" and "I AM".
Carolyn Simms is a Washington D.C. Metropolitan area based entrepreneur who has experienced success in various business ventures while simultaneously contributing to society in ways that exceed monetary value. Cosmetology, psychology, nonprofit, real estate, and the United State Federal Government are some of the industries/areas in which she has entrepreneurial or employee experience. Mother of 4, which she insists has been her “most important job”. At present Carolyn continues to refine her skills in the previously mentioned areas while using her education and experiences in cosmetology, psychology, nonprofit, real estate, and the United States Federal Government to “pay forward” the success and enlightenment she has cultivated therein to help others.
On this segment of Brunch In The Basement with JaVonne, we take time to talk about and listen to some of the music of our legendary singers who have passed away. Some left us way too soon, Like Aaliyah, Minnie Riperton, Phyllis Hyman, Biggie, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Gerald Levert, Heavy D, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, and Tupac. What might they be giving us and feeding us today had they lived longer. And then those voices that I grew up on, Billie Holiday, Barry White, Rick James, Teddy Pendergrass, McFadden and Whitehead, not to mention our recently fallen angels like Natalie Cole and Maurice White. This show will pay honor to as many as we can discuss in two hours. Please join us for this tribute and Brunch in the Basement with JaVonne.
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Jeff Crew was born in Melbourne, Australia and raised on a farm in Western Victoria. He was in choirs as a child between the ages of 5 and 12 and was in his first band at 16 where he played local shows and acted as a support band, and he was in his second band at 19. Since that time Jeff has been writing and recording his own material and building a fan base which has grown in excess of 100000 in a 5 year period with minimal marketing & promotion and has recently signed a two year recording contract with a U.S record label.
Careers are short lived these days --It did not used to be like that - Singers sang until the day they died...and had their voices 'rang out' way beyond the 'today' accepted' years without vocal problems that needed cortizone and surgeries etc. Why? WHAT HAS CHANGED?...Is it true that after age 50 there is no expectation of remaining in voice? Is it true that a 10-15 year career is all that can be expected of a voice? Is it ture that after a 'certain age' the voice begins to loose height, depth, wobbles etc. Is it tue that if your singing "Fach" is one thing, you should not be able to sing anything else or evrything? These questions are asked of me always... please join me for the answers and get blown away --- whatever you think --- this work will change your mind and your life and put you in touch with what is really possible!
First Hour: Old Men Stories Episode 006: Teaching
Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young
In this sixth episode of "Old Men Stories" (originally aired in February 2012) you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.
Second Hour: Old Men Stories "Opry"
Your Hosts: Angie Senger, Ron Honrud, Roland Willits
Featured Singer / Songwriters and Songs Played:
1. Lucy Jackson: "Without You My Life Is Over"
2. Pat Boilesen: "Tree On The Way To Town"
3. Angie Senger: "Truck Drivers Dream" (Intermission)
4. Woodstok: "100 Miles"
5. Edean Landmark: "Living On Old Memories"
In this hour you'll hear old-time country (plus a few modern) singers/songwriters share their stories and wonderful music.
Listen live and join the chat at: http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com
Fran Friedman (Frankie) has been a bassist for several decades. She was a full time player in the 70’s, when live bands filled the clubs 7 nights a week. She went back to school in the early 1980’s and became a clinical psychologist, but continued playing in local clubs in Cleveland, OH. While her roots and first love are in the blues, Fran has enjoyed playing a variety of classic rock, R&B, and pop, along with high energy blues throughout the years. After relocating to Florida in 2012, she connected with the local blues scene and became the bass player at a Saturday night blues jam in Lauderhill. Always interested in connecting with and promoting other female players, she started a Facebook group South Florida Women in Music as a free forum for local women musicians to promote their events. Her company, Breakout Productions produced a sold-out event called Three Diva Night, highlighting several of South Florida’s female performers, including Mary Jane Cunningham, Sistah Mary Beth, and Rachelle Coba, whom she backed with Frankie’s Backline Blues Band. Currently, she has a new projects, including another Diva night in 2016. Fran welcomes female singers, instrumentalists, songwriters, and those who support them to join South Florida Women in Music on Facebook to grow a thriving community for local women in music. Promote yourself shamelessly!
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