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PAM Time - PAM Murphy: Songwriting
Enjoy an episode featuring some fun information on Music and the Entertainment Industry. Enjoy the dynamic vocal melodies of PAM Murphy as she features original songs from her personal repertoire and other Independent Artists. Be inspired by her practical and excellent vocal tips for anyone who loves to sing. PAM is a professional soprano vocalist, and was classically trained by Calvin Gage at Crane School of Music. Listen to her inspirational quotes and stories as PAM relates her songs and messages in a refreshing way. Enjoy the dynamic power of her lyrics, rhythms and colorful chord progressions as they compliment her angelic singing voice. Tune in for a night filled with great music and fun! It's PAM-Time!
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in Indie Music
John Andrews is a NYC based guitarist, singer and composer. Hailing from Auburn, Massachusetts where as a teenager he studied with jazz guitarist and director of Jazz Studies at WPI, Rich Falco. Studying with Rich at Clemente Music Studio in Worcester proved to be the perfect musical environment for the young guitarists growth not just artistically but also personally. It was then that John got the opportunity to move to New York City to attend the prestigious New School Jazz program. It did not take very long before John fell in love with both the school and the music scene in New York City.
He is an international touring guitarist. Having performed shows through out the United States, Europe, and Japan.He is a long time member of the New York City band BOTANICA, and since 2006 he has been a constant member of the NENA band. In 2011 he started his own band LOUDBOY to showcase his talents as a singer and songwriter.
We'll interview John about his songwriting techniques, what inspires him, and his philosophy of "Life" and "Death."
You can find John at: www.loudboy.net
Let's talk Music. Please join Marsha on Thursday July 16th at 8PM CST 9 EST for a very special show with Songwriters,Kecia Burcham, Judy and Gil Snider and Brian Tedeschi. It's going to be so much fun and very different.
Call in number - 714) 242-5259
Kecia is originally from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and moved to Nashville to pursue music and songwriting. Kecia has performed since the age of 10 in talent shows, pageants, private parties, churches and nightclubs. She writes her original music on her antique upright Wurlitzer piano that she's had since childhood.
Although not a traditional country artist, Kecia has played most all of Nashville's Broadway honky tonks as well as the famous Printer's Alley. She has worked as a demo singer for songwriters such as Johnny Christopher ("Always on My Mind"), and has shared the stage with notable singers such as Lorrie Morgan and Joanne Cash Yates. Kecia plays regularly at most of Nashville's writer venues including the Bluebird Cafe and the Commodore Lounge. She is also a regular at both Nashville and Smoky Mountain Cowboy Church - sometimes giving the message in addition to singing.
Brian is a successful author and screenwriter who was recently invited to NSAI Nashville Song Writer's to play 2 original songs on June 29 at the Bluebird. Along with his wife Vicki they write novels and have written over ten screenplays, several have been optioned.
Gil Snider, MD, a neurologist at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center, and his wife Judy suddenly found themselves writing lyrics for country songs. Now one of their songs has been released as a single. Both Judy and Gil are very successful authors and are on their way to a new career of songwriting. Billy Rae Stewart has teamed up with Judy & Gil Snider from Va. Beach to create a beautiful ballad, "If I Call A Name At Night"
This episode of Behind the Prose is more like Behind the Lyrics. Indiana-born, New York-based singer/songwriter Gandhi takes us on a journey that starts when he taught himself how to play the guitar and write songs. That was 15 years ago. Today, like prose writers, Gandhi says through an process of experimentation and practice, he’s found his voice and is preparing for the release of Rebel On, an EP that reflects the musician with a mission he’s become.
In this interview, you’ll learn there are many parallels between penning lyrics and writing prose, including a surprising discovery about the role of the producer.
We listen to some of Gandhi’s song’s, dissect his lyrics, and invite you out to Brooklyn on May 1, where Gandhi will perform a collaboration show with writer and photographer Abigail Ekue. The Darker Side of Lust Private Reading and Concert features Ekue’s erotic poetry and Gandhi’s acoustic melodies and vocals.
Go ahead. Listen. Learn. Write songs.
Visit Behind the Prose for links and bios.
The Open Minds Radio Show invites Alex Strong, Cleo the Hippie Trap Goddess, Jurni Rayne, Era and more local writers to share som e of their old rhymes. Are they better now or the same? Listen in to our first of many Book Of Rhymes, Vol. 1 wit Queen Ex and RasQueen LIVE from Turnt Up Entertainment Studio!! Tweet us live during this two hour special!!! @openmindsradio #OMRRaps #TheOMRShow #BookOfRhymesVol1
Sonyae Elise.Debuts new album " S[HE'S] BR[OK]EN " ....
A Rebel is defined as a person who opposes the codes and conventions of society and stands out amongst the norm, and singer/songwriter Sonyaé Elise?aka Lady Rebel is out to do just that. Born in Newark, NJ to a family of talented musicians and producers, Sonyaé quickly gravitated towards the stage at a young age, appearing in on and off Broadway performances of acclaimed shows including The Lion King, Le Misérable, Little Shop of Horrors and Ragtime. In 2011, Sonyaé won the inaugural season of Bravo TV’s songwriting competition ‘Platinum Hit’, gaining her national recognition as a forthcoming R&B sensation due to her raw, heartfelt music and a host of hit songs including ‘My Religion’. Following ‘Platinum Hit’, Sonyaé went on to release two mixtapes, Lady Rebel Vol. 1 and Lady Rebel Vol. 2, earning her an army of fans and supporters affectionately known as Lady Rebel Gang. Sonyaé’s underground success and undeniable talent landed her collaborations with an array of Multi-Platinum producers and Grammy-Nominated songwriters including Jill Scott, Kara DioGuardi, Frank Ocean, JR Rotem, Jerry Wonda, Tricky Stewart, The Game, Machine Gun Kelly and Anderson Paak. Sonyaé recently released the highly-anticipated EP, S[HE]S BR[OK]EN, which boasts original production from industry heavy-hitters including Devin Cruise, J. U. S. T. I. C. E. League, DJ Camper, JV and Malay (Chanel Orange), and more.
Songwriter, singer, recording artist, documentary producer, television personality, motivational speaker-these are just a few of the many colored hats that Benita Hill wears on her creative journey.
The former background vocalist for the Allman Brothers has written number one songs for Garth Brooks ("Two Pina Coladas" & "It's Your Song") and her songs have been covered by artists in multiple genres-the legendary Isaac Hayes, gospel jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum, country songbird Crystal Gayle and many more.Her music has appeared in Broadway musicals, television and radio commercials (she’s the voice of “Santa Baby”for Jaguar Automobiles) and she has released six critically acclaimed CDs of her original jazz/pop inflected songs.
Three of her songs,co-written with Julia Rich,are performed worldwide as part of the Glenn Miller orchestra’s standard repertoire. Most recently, her documentary The Healing Power of A Song premiered nationally on the Blue Highways television network.She also tours with a seminar of the same name, encouraging others to pursue their unique creative voice by following the music of their hearts.
in Self Help
Are you or someone you know a highly-sensitive person? Do you feel like an emotional sponge? Do you pick up on other’s energy? Do you struggle in crowds of people? Being highly-sensitive or an Empath is actually a spiritual gift, but does require special care. Learn about the traits that are challenging and also the incredible talents and insights with which they were blessed. You will also learn coping strategies and my feelings about the purpose of the Empaths here on earth at this time.
Kathy Truman is a Life Coach, Emotional Release Facilitator and Spiritual Counselor. She enjoys teaching and has been a guest speaker at several healing conferences and retreats throughout the state and is a columnist for two magazines, Utah Cancer Connection and Hasten.
Kathy is an avid seeker and loves to share inspirational messages with her email group of over 700 people!
Kathy is also professional musician and songwriter. She was the keyboard player for a country/rock/pop band for 22 years. She taught the Master Class in songwriting at the USU Piano Conservatory, tutored for the USU Music Therapy Department and worked as a professional pianist and studio musician.
She teaches how to compose, arrange and improvise on the piano in an online course called 'Beyond Reading Notes' at pianotutorial.org. She is also the co-creator of Brain Tunz, an innovative way to teach brain exercises and energy work to children through song and fun. You can see more at braintunz.com
Kathy lives in Hyde Park, UT and is a wife and the mother of three and grandmother of four. Although she wears many hats, her favorite title is 'willing servant'. ?
Better known as "Professor Pooch" by his friends, students, clients, and 1,000s of others in the Music Industry, David J. Spangenberg has been a Music & Music Business Consultant, Advisor, Educator, Author, Mediator and Music Legal & Contract Specialist for over 30 years, guiding the careers of many past, present and future Singers, Songwriters, Musicians, and Producers, on the Creative side, and as a Consultant to many Managers, Music Publishers, Production Companies, Indie Record Companies and Attorneys on the Business and Contractual side. Starting in the early '80's, many frustrated creative and business oriented individuals and companies started coming to him asking for help regarding their careers. David realized how much he really enjoyed helping people "Get In, Survive, and Succeed - Without Getting Ripped Off", and he found himself guiding many people's careers for many years. In 1991 he was asked to develop and teach the "Artist Management", "Songwriting/Music Publishing", and "Entertainment Law" Courses at the "Art Institute of Philadelphia" in the various Music Business Departments. David's courses and his book "The Music Biz" [required reading for over 2,500 students], are now commercially available by Downloads, and are always kept up-to-date, keeping up with the constant changes and happenings in the Music Industry. "The Professor", who creates and records Music Business Radio Shows, Podcasts ["PoochCast™"], blogs [100+], and has appeared in or on many radio, video and print interviews and lectures, is also becoming involved more and more with Visual educational-related Multimedia Projects, including lecturing and guiding people on the Video & Film end, especially as it relates to Music. In the last few years David has also Acted in many Indie Films & Web-series releases. For information, visit professorpooch.com.
Jesse interviews Wayne Chater - singer/songwriter and busker based in Sydney, Australia. Born and raised in Calcutta, India, his journey has definitely been one reflective of the wide eyed Slumdog sans the millionaire bit. His life was shaken to the core when his father was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Wayne was left feeling empty, lost and confused and saw the world as he knew it crumble around him both professionally and personally. Searching for the true purpose of his existence and as a means to cope with the emotions pulsing through him, he found his outlet in songwriting. He reconnected with his passion for poetry and singing, following his dream to share love and experiences with the world around him through song. Wayne’s songs will speak to you in their simplicity and touch you with their rawness and an honesty that comes from experiences where life has brought you to your knees and then shown you just enough to know what is truly important. He is currently working on his first project called Tunnel Vision. Wayne has reveals himself without smoke and mirrors. Each day he remains committed to living his true purpose .... which simply is ... be love https://www.facebook.com/waynechatermusic/
Howard Tiano shares how to outsource successfully on Traffic Masters Radio. Howard started his career as a professional musician and photographer, and then focused several years on music and songwriting. In the last few years he's been riding the online marketing wave - by using outsourcing as his leverage. Known in Internet marketing circles as the "OutSourcerer," Howard Tiano has been creating training and resource materials teaching Internet marketers how to outsource their marketing tasks since 2007, most notably the Ultimate Outsource Directory,
Howard brings his offline experience managing his musicians by creating systems & templates to streamline the process. Currently, Howard runs an digital marketing agency helping local businesses with a variety of services, and has consulting clients as well.
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How is writing a hook or humming a melody medicine? Join us as Canadian singer/songwriter Billy Grima talks about writing songs, how music touches people in need, and his critically acclaimed albums.
Billy Grima is a singer/ songwriter living in the Caledon Hills of Ontario, Canada. Born in Blacktown, NSW Australia, Billy started writing at a very young age and was singing in a church choir by the age of 8 years old. At 15, Billy moved to Canada and settled in Toronto. Like classic singer/songwriters, Billy Joel, Jim Croce, James Taylor and Bob Dylan, life's daily realities and everyday events are a source of Billy's inspiration. His smooth and soulful sound has earned him comparisons to contemporaries Jason Mraz, Ed Sheeran, Jack Johnson and even Bruno Mars.
Billy has 3 albums to his credit: I'm Just Standing , A Little Piece Of Heaven and his latest, titled Sugar & Cream, produced and engineered by Pete Swann (Glass Tiger’s Alan Connely, Adrian and Justin Lifeson, sons of Rush’s Alex Lifeson.) Sugar & Cream features a tasty blend of pop, rock, soul and Americana, including the first single, “Pleasure To Have Met You.” The album is going for worldwide radio adds this spring.
In 2015, he performed at the TexasSounds Country Music Awards and won a prestigious Akademia Award for Best Rock/Pop song with "Pleasure To Have Met You."
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