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Willie Whitefeather, the famed Cherokee Storyteller, joins us spinning his interesting, intriguing tales woven with wisdom. From the White Buffalo, both iconic and personal to ancient teachings, prophecies and the new world this is a fascinating adventure.
He is honorary chief of the Black Creek Cherokee. Willie was named Storyteller of the year by Oregon State Prison system. His is the author of two books for children, Outdoor Survival Handbook for Kids and Willy Whitefeather's River Book for Kids.
Video Visions of Hope People's Choice Award Sedona International Film Festival 2006
White Buffalo Radio is hosted and produced by Rain on the Earth, sponsored by the White Bison Association home of the sacred White Buffalo herd.
Music: Intro Arizona Spirit Outro: White Buffalo from Charles Button and Friends double album White Buffalo, Bigger than Real released by Sacred Mountain Records
Paul Richmond is an artist, activist, and storyteller. His work often incorporates elements of pop culture, politics, and his own experiences as a gay man. You can see all of his work, purchase some prints and more at http://paulrichmondstudio.com. His latest series, War Paint, explores ideas of identity and masculinity through expressive, figurative paintings of men covering their bodies with paint. He enjoys working with models who have made important or interesting contributions to LGBT culture, and he's painted everyone from Jack Mackenroth to Perez Hilton. Many of the "gaylebrity" models were a part of his Cheesecake Boys series, a gay/male spin on classic pin-up art from the 40's and 50's.
When he's not painting, he is busy with a non-profit organization that he founded with his childhood art teacher called the You Will Rise Project. Their mission to empower young people who have experienced bullying to speak out through the creation of uncensored artworks. He was bullied horribly as a kid and having a creative outlet made all the difference. He does free workshops for young people, a mentorship program connecting college artists with bullied high school students, a special project last spring called Art For Michael in support of an 11 year old boy who attempted suicide after being bullied for his love of My Little Pony, and a new social media photo campaign called #SelfieRespect. Visit: http://youwillriseproject.com.
Him and his husband are involved with the fight for marriage equality as well. They were married a year and a half ago with a group of 24 other LGBT couples who rode a bus to Washington DC and had our ceremony in front of the Supreme Court building just days before DOMA was repealed.
On Today's Episode, you will meet…(Storyteller & Author Saundra Kelley)
Born in Tallahassee, Florida, Saundra Kelley is a 7th generation Florida Cracker who came to the mountains and never went home again. Her art combines writing with the ancient tradition of spoken word. She is a professional storyteller, traveling America’s highways and back roads sharing her love of that which makes us really human – our stories.
Kelley is the author of three books:
The Day the Mirror Cried
Danger in Blackwater Swamp, and
Southern Appalachian Storytellers: Interviews with Sixteen Keepers of the Oral Tradition, and Legends of the Wild, a CD.
At present, Saundra resides in the storytelling capital of the world, Jonesborough, Tennessee with her miniature poodle, Geoffrey. She travels the southeast sharing original stories, myths, and folklore imbued with a twist of green; reverence and appreciation of mother earth are a part of every story she tells or writes.
Saundra is a repeat offender…this is the second time she has been on my show! Today we will be discussing her latest book: The Day the Mirror Cried, published by Southern Yellow Pine Publishing.
Wydeframe, born Christopher Kesee, was born February 5, 1987 in Vernon, Texas. Although Wydeframe’s current music genre is hip-hop music, he enjoys all musical genres. He has experience writing for different genres such as country, pop, and hip-hop music. Wydeframe has always enjoyed writing hip-hop music; but recently put the petal to the metal to forge ahead with his music career when he showed his musical talents to business associates. When professionals he trusted (dj’s, promoters, raved about his music with quotes such as, “you are the real deal, you need to get your music out there”, and “with the right backing you could be just as big as anyone who’s out right now”, Wydeframe put his pen to the pad and never looked back.
Wydeframe is a solo hip-hop rap artist that started writing and recording music as a sophomore in high school with a child hood friend who formed a group called “Texas Strife”. Wydeframe’s first group Texas Strife started selling their cd’s at school with good reviews from his peers and even engaged in lunch time freestyle sessions that aided in the molding of his current musical style. Wydeframe then joined a local group in Vernon, Texas called “Cross Town” who allowed him to establish his word play and lyrical presence. Wydeframe decided to carry his musical talents to Atlanta, Georgia in 2005.
Wydeframe has a strong presence on the microphone, versatility, and ability to tell stories with his words, makes him an undeniable MC. With Wydeframe’s relentless hustle mentality and deep-rooted motivation, he is sure to make a name for himself in the music world. Wydeframe already has a large volume of songs that is ready to hit the airwaves.
Authors on the Air Host Pam Stack welcomes international best-selling author David Baldacci to the studio. David Baldacci published his first novel, ABSOLUTE POWER, in 1996. A major motion picture adaptation followed, with Clint Eastwood as its director and star. In total, David has published 29 novels for adults, all of which have been national and international bestsellers; several have been adapted for film and television. His novels have been translated into more than 45 languages and sold in more than 80 countries; over 110 million copies are in print. David has also published four novels for younger readers, including the #1 bestseller THE FINISHER, which is in development for feature film.
David received his Bachelor's degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law, after which he practiced law in Washington, D.C. http://davidbaldacci.com
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Tonight I will have G.Brian Benson on my Vitural Sofa to chit chat with me about his amazing projects. Brian is a very talented Author/Actor/Filmmaker/Storyteller and much more, This man wears many hats. I will talk to him about his current and future projects. I am a fan of his motivational quotes, and I will ask him about his own personal inspiration, motivation and much more. Be sure to check out his Website at www.gbrianbenson.com and read up all about his projects. This young man does incredible things, and inspires others. He def. inspires me, and I am sure that you will feel the same way once get to know him a little closer. That is exactly why I invited him to this show. I want my listener to learn about this incredible man.
Join Dr. Carlos as he explores Jesus as a storyteller with Dr. Levine. Amy-Jill Levine is University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies, and Professor of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt Divinity School and College of Arts and Science in Nashville, Tennessee; affiliated professor […]
On April 22, 2012, we chatted with Mayan descendant (Facebook) and expert storyteller Susy Cawthorn, a Medical Marijuana patient... and longtime friend of Red Elk and Blueotter.
Mark Borcharding gave Mayan Calendar Birthday Readings to Susy and to Richard, one of our listeners from Arizona.
Storyteller Dennis Clause joins to discuss newly release book The Power of Effective Stories. A member of Algonquin tribe, who grew up on the Tuscarora Indian reservation in western New York his Indian name is Saw-go-low-lee (He speaks to the people) and he is from the raven clan.
What is the purpose of a good story? How can this be helpful to a business? How does storytelling benefit the consumer and business? What goes into a story?
Just some of the questions that will be asked as well more on the Power of Effective Stories!
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Please join Frankie Picasso , host of The Good Radio Network, Thursday May 7th at 1:00 pm EST when her guest is Emeka Mbadiwe, creative filmmaker, storyteller, inspirational speaker, actor, author and CHANGE artist.
Emeka's voice is ringing out and it's not falling on deaf ears. His video shorts are reaching the youth of today and his message is clear..you need to get your act together, you are Worthwhile and loved, and "I am here to help YOU!"
Through his film company Triple T Films..( To the Top) Emeka has brought his Strong, Enthusiastic, Engaging and Comedic energy to thousands of people over the years.
He speaks on issues concerning the youth and motivates people to reach their highest potential. He may be Changing the World One Person at a Time but Millions are listening.
Emeka has studied the science of achievement and mastered while specializing in topics such as Motivation, social media marketing and self improvement
Queen of Hearts interviews Rod "The Storyteller" White
Daniel Noll, Co-Founder & Chief Storyteller, Uncornered Market andExperiential Branding & Digital Marketing Advisor, QV Global joins the Transformed Traveler.
This show is sponsored by AAA and their Life Lessons from Family Vacation book available on www.gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite site for inspirational greeting cards and gifts.