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  • 00:29

    Creating a Supporting Environment/System for a Successful Life In 2016

    in Spirituality

    On this week's show we will be talking about creating a supporting environment. Grass only grows when the conditions and/or environment are supporting it to grow,


    We are going to be talking about creating a supporting environment. We are also going to be talking about what is your environment conditioned to create now and how we can change it,  


    I will also be taking your calls for healing and reading questions. Call in Tune in.


    As the Healer, Medical Intuitive and Oracle/Tarot card reader and Lady of the Oracle Treehouse, I provide a place for those with and open mind and heart about the spiritual world to learn and grow. I welcome you. Here we learn, explore and experience the spirit world, we learn, teach how to heal ourselves from the inside out, and develop our own intuition. 


    My shows are for informative purposes.  My show is just the catalyst to spark, point the way and or get started or look into more. If you have questions, ask here, google and/or find other resources for more information on any topics discussed.  

  • 00:31

    Interview with dynamic vocalist Celiane

    in Goals


    Celiane is a dynamic singer whose singing style is an eclectic array of music, from Spanish Gospel, Latin jazz, Christian Contemporary, Tagalog, Opera, Soft Jazz and the wide spectrum of R&B and Soul including Neo-Soul.



    Her roots began in the church of Richmond, Ca. Celiane was a choir director, solist and music coordinator of a Spanish Gospel Choir, English Choir, Children's Choir, Concert Choirs, and school bands. She has sung under the direction of Joseph Jennings of UC Berkeley University Choir; acted in various musicals including the WIZ and recently completed a film. She brings a heavenly sound of a versatile classical voice to the music industry today.


    Celiane offers a different sound that is refreshing and new. She caries the passion and love of pure art thru sound. She loves and respects the power of music and wishes to bring it to change the world thru song. 

    Celiane is a singer/songwriter and actress that makes the stage her home. 

    My webpage is: 

    www.celianethevoice.com

  • 01:02

    Authors Supporting Authors with Cynthia P. Carr

    in Self Help

    This week's featured artist: Cynthia P Carr: Multi-Talented Artist as Vocalist, Actress, and Director.


    Cynthia is an Ohio native and has been performing before audiences for many years as a Vocalist, Actress and Director. She is excited about her big screen debut portraying Mrs. Lucille Clayton in an upcoming independent film, Fallen Eagle, produced by Kenneth Sewell and directed by Otis Winston. 


     Her acting credits include Columbus Ohio's own Center Stage Theatre productions of Ain’t Misbehavin’, Tambourines to Glory, and New Harvest Urban Arts Center Cafe and Gallery productions, I Be Watchin' You, Old Folks Own, written by Playwright IsSaid.


    Cynthia's love of music has allowed her to realize her childhood dream of performing on the stage of the world-famous Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York.


    In 2005 Cynthia introduced her debut CD, The Essence of Love, a collection of smooth jazz numbers. Many have enjoyed her musical talents as lead vocalist with the bands, Soul Deep and 1996 Bands respectively.


    In her spare time Cynthia enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, writing song lyrics, listening to music, meeting people, and offering life-changing opportunities through her businesses.

  • 00:46

    VOCALIST HELEN ROGERS

    in Entertainment

    Billboard chart-topping vocalist and songwriter Helen Rogers of Jazzmasters fame returns with her solo debut, the potent Smooth Jazz Meets Reggae (Skinny Bwoy Records). The 10-song set (plus two CD-only bonus tracks), features original songwriting and production, as well as compelling reggae covers of “Don't Know Why” (Norah Jones), “Be Thankful For What You Got” (William DeVaughn) and the reggae classic “I'm Still In Love” (Alton Ellis).


    Follow Helen on Facebook.

  • 02:01

    Supporting Black Business

    in Entertainment

    In June of 2015, the New York Times did an article stating "Blacks spend less money in black-owned businesses than other racial and ethnic groups spend in businesses owned by members of their own groups, including Hispanics and Asians." The question, why? With African-Americans projected to spend 1.3 trillion dollars in the next few years (Nielsen and Essence, 2015), why is the black dollar leaving its community faster than any other ethnic group? Join us as we discuss the research, and engage in solution-focused discussion. Stay-tuned for the No Tea challenge. Call us at (646) 668-2620, 7-7:30, news and sports, and then we engage. Let us hear from you, we'll be waiting.

  • 02:35

    SUPPORTING AUTISTIC PEOPLE

    in Social Networking

    Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for Supporting Autistic People on Tuesday's. Supporting Autistic People in their Dreams, listen share our gifts to our world.


     

  • 00:30

    Gene Potts: Lead Vocalist of Colossal Street Jam

    in Radio

    Fresh off a sold out Light of Day performance at Langosta Lounge in Asbury Park, we’ll have the opportunity to catch up with Gene Potts, lead vocalist of Colossal Street Jam. This band features original music in the blues/rock style and has been a mainstay in the Asbury Park and NJ scene in for many years. Band members include Gene Potts on vocals, Sal Marra on guitar and vocals, Tony Flora on bass, and Dave Halpern on the drums. Over the years Colossal Street Jam has shared the stage with many rock icons like Deep Purple, Robby Krieger of The Doors, Johnny Winter, and the legendary Clarence Clemons t name a few. After taking a brief break, they reunited in 2014 to continue their shared musical journey and entertain fans with their original music. These days you can follow Colossal Street Jam on Facebook and Reverbnation to find out what they’re doing and where their gigs are. Sal Marra and Gene recently performed some CSJ tunes live on Danny Coleman's Rock On Radio show and played a few tracks from their new Colossal EP. Monmouth County fans can catch CSJ playng locally at The Saint, Stone Pony, Brighton Bar, and other venues down the shore. You can check out some of the tunes from their new EP on Reverbnation. After the interview with Gene Potts, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.

  • 00:44

    Self Supporting (Experiential) Education vs Academic Education

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall be discussing the distinctions between "Self Supporting Edcuation vs Academic Education". Many people swear by "Academic Education"..............Academic educations offer "degrees" and opportunities to meet other people and "maybe" get a "job".  


    "Self Supporting Educations"  do require "written test", they give no "quizes", and there are no "report cards".  In addition they offer no "degrees" or "dipolmas".  However a "Self Supporting Education" offer LIFE SKILLS and Generational Wealth Results.


    Visit our website @ itsmyhouseradio.wordpress.com


    Call to listen to "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863

  • 00:31

    Dr. Robert L. Jefferson ~ Music Teacher, Vocalist, Pianist

    in Radio


    A master of the sacred genre, Dr. Jefferson holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona, a Master of Music degree from the University of Houston, and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Maryland.
    Years ago, when Dr. Robert L. Jefferson wanted to teach students Gospel piano, there were no teaching resources available.  So he decided to create the materials himself.  He wrote How To Play Gospel Music For Beginners, How to Play Gospel Music for Beginners Book 2, Gospel Music Performance Practice and Technique Volumes 1 & 2 and Spirituals and Gospel Music Performance Practice: A Dual Curriculum that Bridges the Cultural Divide.
    In addition to teaching piano and voice lessons in Gospel music, he has also developed a certification program for Gospel music in conjunction with Nazareth College and Seminary.
    He has created a curriculum of Gospel music education for colleges and universities with the goal of giving students the opportunity to graduate with a degree in the genre.
    Dr. Jefferson has performed with such notable organizations as the Houston Grand Opera, the United States Air Force Pacific Air Command Ensemble in Tokyo, Japan as well as the Soldiers’ Chorus of The United States Army Field Band, Washington, DC.
    He has also performed with major symphonic orchestras and in concert halls including Strathmore, Meyerhoff, Boston Symphony and Carnegie Hall.
    He is a gifted vocalist, pianist, music teacher and college professor.

  • 01:00

    LUwJC#048 Supporting People During Times Of Loss

    in Self Help

    LUwJC#048 Supporting People During Times Of Loss


    "When someone you care about is going through one of the worst times of their life there is no set 'way' of supporting them that works for everyone. However I can share with you what I learned during my times of a Living Hell!", Jen


    Today on Lighten Up Jen Halterman is sharing her personal experiences and advice about how to support someone in their grief, loss and heartbreak.


    If you have ever wondered "What can I do?!" When you feel helpless and frustrated because you know you can't change anything, this is a show you won't want to miss!


    And if you are going through a hard time and are tired of people asking what they can do to help, or worse fed up with everyone trying to 'fix' your pain, this show might be helpful to know how to set boundaries and get the respect you need so you can make it through your personal experience.


    Call in and talk to Jen directly! (646) 200-0825



    Learn more about Jen Halterman
    http://jenhalterman.me/

  • 00:29

    Laura Ainsworth ~ Jazz Vocalist

    in Radio

    From her home base of Dallas to Las Vegas to India to Dubai, the world is falling in love with Laura Ainsworth.  With her satiny, nearly three-octave voice, her sexy sense of humor and her trademark elbow-length gloves and beaded gowns that would fill Julie London with envy, Laura ushers audiences into her own enchanting world...a cocktail mix that combines the elegant retro style of nightclub shows of the ‘40s and '50s with sophisticated modern musical twists.  She calls it "nu-vintage."  It’s an intoxicating blend that has attracted some of the top jazz players in Texas to her side, including longtime partner Brian Piper, one of the most sought-after pianists/producers in the Southwest.Big band and lounge jazz are in Laura's DNA.  Her late father, Bill Ainsworth, was a renowned big band sax and clarinet master and arranger.  He began at 17 as possibly the youngest-ever member of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and went on to play with Freddy Martin, Tex Beneke, Ray McKinley, cocktail jazz pioneer Ernie Felice and other top bandleaders.  Much later on, his young daughter watched enraptured as her dad accompanied such showroom idols as Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett and Mel Torme.  Laura grew up worshiping the great jazz, big band and club singers such as Ella, Keely Smith, Doris Day, Julie London, Margaret Whiting and Rosemary Clooney, as well as comedienne/singers Madeline Kahn, Carol Burnett and Mary Tyler Moore.  Both music and humor became a big part of her life.Laura's debut album, Keep It To Yourself, produced and arranged by Piper and featuring his jazz trio (John Adams on bass, Mike Drake on drums), spotlights Laura's amazing voice, surrounded by some of the greatest jazz musicians in Texas in a delightful genre- and era-skipping collection of songs from the 1920s to today.