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Join us as our host interviews:Vocalist L. Young!
Born and raised in Louisville, Ky., L. Young has a sound so smooth it could pour from a bottle of Kentucky Bourbon. He was groomed for music in the church and by the time he was 5 yrs old was already singing in the adult choir. At the age of thirteen he had established himself as an actor and began working professionally in regional theaters across the Tri-State area such as the world renowed Act...or’s Theartre of Louisville. Before he graduated from the prestigious Youth Performing Arts High School in Louisville, he had already taveled to Brussells, Belgium. London, the Bahamas, Hawaii, as well as the continental U.S., as a performer.
L has released three albums to date, 2004's “'They Just Don't Know”, 2008's “The 12th Letter”, and has just released the third, “Love Is A Verb”, in early 2012. He now resides in Los Angeles where he has graced the stage and studio with such artists as Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, R. Kelly, En Vogue, Patti LaBelle, Toni Braxton, Gladys Knight, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Teena Marie, Stanley Clarke and Jermaine Jackson just to name a few.
Some of his writing credits include the top 5 single and title track off Jessy J's #1 Billboard debut Album Hot Sauce released Sept. 2011, writing and production on KeKe Wyatt's 2010 release Who Knew, and her 2011 release Unbelievable, production of Babygirl (Terrys Theme) for B2K on the 2002 Barbershop Soundtrack, and writing and producing Nicole Sherzinger from the platinum selling recording group The cat Dolls. L. also has songs on multiple platinum selling soundtracks.
“My aim and purpose musically is to remind people how to love.” – L. Young
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Judi Silvano is a singer, composer and artist. To date Judi has released 10 recordings in the jazz and healing meditation genres. Judi has been named Top 10 Vocalist four times in Downbeat Magazine, Best Jazz Singer in the Hudson Valley and has contributed articles to All About Jazz & Jazz Improv Magazine. Judi also paints in watercolor, pastel and oil, drawing inspiration from the beauty of the Hudson Valley were she resides. For more about Judi visit: www.judisilvano.com
October 15 - Jazz Vocalist/composer/actress/painter - Carmen Lundy
With a career spanning three decades, internationally acclaimed songstress, Carmen Lundy, older sister of bassist, Curtis Lundy, has affectionately been compared to Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzerald, and Sarah Vaughn. A woman of many hats, Ms. Lundy has composed and published over forty songs. She is celebrated throughout the world for her vocal artistry and is highly regarded for her jazz innovation. As a painter, Lundy's oil on canvas paintings have been exhibited in New York at The Jazz Gallery (Soho) and The Jazz Bakery, and in Los Angeles at the Madrid Theater. Her art also appears in the booklets that accompany her CDs
Carmen has just released her 14th album, "Soul to Soul". Almost two years in the making, Soul to Soul consists of new original songs by Lundy, and a few very special collaborations. The album features legendary artists - specialists on their respective instruments - including Patrice Rushen, Geri Allen, Randy Brecker, Ada Rovatti, Warren Wolf, Bennie Maupin, harpist Carol Robbins, and Simphiwe Dana, a stunning South African vocalist and composer, among others.
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Dr. Erin Stokes discuss strategies for supporting optimal immune health during the holidays and beyond.
Dr. Erin Stokes, ND, received her naturopathic degree from Bastyr University in 2001. In her current position as Medical Director for MegaFood, she combines her experience as a naturopathic doctor with an extensive background in the natural retail products industry. Erin believes education is a key to making positive changes, and her personal mission is to empower people with the inspiration and tools to change their lives. She practices naturopathic medicine in Boulder, CO.
Encore: an extra piece of music performed in response to a request from the audience; something that follows a success -- Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary
Due to overwhelming demand, Trading Fours with Drs. Modeste & Wes is now featuring “Encores” -- some of our most talked about shows, offered for your enjoyment and with an associated blog space for your comments.
Enjoy this week’s Encore for Vocalist Rhonda Benin and leave your comments about the show by joining the Tradings4s blog space.
Eugenie is an award-winning jazz vocalist. Her debut CD, Black Lace Blue Tears, received the honor of being favorably reviewed in Down Beat magazine, was nominated for the NPR Top CD Release and Best Vocal release and was awarded Earshot Jazz NW Recording of the Year.
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Jazz vocalist Sheila Jordan and vocalist Ellen Johnson to Conversations LIVE to discuss the new book JAZZ CHILD: A Portrait of Sheila Jordan---and what it's been like to share Sheila's inspiring story with the world.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview International Award-Winning French Jazz Vocalist Cyrille Aimee. She will discuss how she started as a Jazz vocalist, and the upcoming event in Pittsburgh on September 6th at 6:30 PM.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is pleased to announce the award-winning, internationally recognized jazz vocalist and recording artist Cyrille Aimée will be the featured performer during the Cultural Trust’s Gala on Saturday, September 6, 2014, performance being held at the O’Reilly Theater located in downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. Ms. Aimée was born in Fontainebleau, France where she discovered a love of the gypsy’s language and music at an early age and comments, “I was hypnotized by this music which made me want to tap my feet. Swinging music makes me so happy. ” Ms. Aimée studied music at the American School of Modern Music in Paris and SUNY Purchase, New York. “The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is honored that Ms. Aimée will be performing at our annual gala event. Ms. Aimée’s performance will be a highlight of the evening and we look forward to hosting this outstanding and accomplished jazz vocalist as our special guest,” comments J. Kevin McMahon, President and CEO, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
Walter Bockting, PhD, Professor of medical psychology at Columbia University and the moderator is Raymond Smith, PhD, Director of Communications
both of the Division of Gender, Sexuality, and Health and of The LGBT Health Initiative.
This talk will be on supporting the health and wellbeing of transgender people. Topics covered include:
What myths and misconceptions are prevalent about LGBT health
What are some of the concerns for the mental health of transgender people?
How can we understand these concerns in the context of stigma and discrimination?
What can family and community member do to help?
What can health care providers do?
For info about the Division of Gender, Sexuality, & Health, based at the NYS Psychiatric Institute click http://gendersexualityhealth.org/LGBT/LGBTHealth.html
For questions on transgender-related issues please call (646) 774-6962.
To listen to any of our previous archived shows on topics such as child and adolescent health, eating disorders, and substance abuse please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
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