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Awareness Night on GrindHard Radio Hosted by: Virginia "SuperNova" Slim & Jit Chronicles and Co-Hosts JustKP and Cata' Mafioso. Join us as we raise awareness for "Drug Abuse" and ways to prevent it. Join the discussion by Calling In at 323-693-3043 and press "1" to stream live with the panel of hosts. Random calls will be taken and music will be played.
Taylor Marie (Mangan) is a singer/songwriter on the rise. At the mere age 16 she recorded and released a full-length album containing songs that rival the best material produced by most major label recording artists and by age 19 has recorded and released 6 singles. Taylor Marie's compelling voice belts undeniably catchy hooks and insightful lyrics that don't sacrifice substance for marketability.
Taylor Marie has recently won second place in the Show Me The Music Singer/Songwriter competition and the was selected as the top artist in the pop genre for the the VH1/Fiat GradPrix Artist. Taylor Marie continues to write and record new music with various producers around the world.
In this episode of Teen Talk, teen hosts Jess, Cady, and Dylan discuss how to be a support to someone with cancer, preventing cancer and the dangers of online diagnosis, and how to get help for yourself and loved ones. Our guest is Leah Noonan, Program Coordinator at Teens Living with Cancer.
Hailing from Prescott, Arkansas, Rachel Hale is no stranger to the stage. While interning in Los Angeles for Patriot Records, Rachel auditioned for Season 12 of American Idol. Rachel was a featured contestant and was a top 20 female finalist competing in the “live” shows. The judges named her the “happiest contestant” because she was always smiling. Billboard ranked her performance of “Nothing But the Water” as one of the Top 12 Performances of the entire season. Due to American Idol, many doors have opened, and Rachel is currently writing, recording, and working on an EP in Nashville, TN.
Tae Brooks was born into a musical family of songwriters and producers. He started his singing career at the early age of 10 as a background vocalist for artists recording in his family's garage studio. At a talent audition in 2010 in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio Tae was recruited by a Los Angeles talent manager. This led to a 6 month stint in LA before his family decided to relocate to accommodate increasing opportunities.
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Hellooooo, my name is London Ellis and I am singer/songwriter from London chasing my dreams with my big stubborn personality toget my music heard and to make other people happy with it. I have always wanted to be a singer. You know when you are asked in school what you wanna be when you grow up? Well mine wasn’t the astronaut, (even though the thought of jumping around on the moon does sound fun), not the Princess, (even though having a prince whisk me off my feet wouldn’t be such a terrible thing, damn maybe I should re-think this…) but anyway I said “I’m gonna be a Popstar” and I have never changed my mind since.
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Tonight's special guest is Shaunda Gilleland from Collinsville, Oklahoma, a child abuse survivor and single mother who shares she knows she's not yet worked enough on herself. Shaunda's mom was a drug addict and alcoholic who worked nights as a nurse and would leave her two kids in the evenings with her boyfriend. Shaunda was beaten and molested many times by the man, and he threatened to kill her if she ever told. But her bruises were noticed in daycare and she became a foster care child. Eventually she was successfully adopted, but the trauma from her youth dramatically effected her later. She drank and got involved with a series of "the wrong men," one of who raped her, causing a pregnancy and miscarriage. By 21 she was married to a man who drank all the time. She decided she was going to fix him and after numerous bad incidents the two began attending AA and Al-Anon 12 Step programs, together and apart. He began drinking again and she felt like she wasn't good enough. "I ended up cheating on him," Shaunda shares, "I was lost and weak and the guy showed me attention." The couple was divorced. "To be honest I always thought that people who had vivid emotions about their abuse were weak. They where deciding to be the victim," she admits thinking. "I have gone through life telling my story as if it belonged to someone else. Until today." She goes on, "I'm learning that its ok to have fear, feel dirty, feel unwanted. One of my biggest issues in life today is that I have no emotions." Shaunda is reaching out for help, but knows she's had some successes, too. "I started a business 2 years ago. It makes happy and excited. It's something that can't be taken away from me." And she goes on, "My son is now 6, and in my world he loves me regardless."
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Tonight's special guest is Juliet Cameron from Northern California, a survivor of physical, sexual and emotional abuse that began in infancy, and author of new book “Falling Upward,” an intense look into Juliet's life journey. The survivor of physical, sexual and emotional abuse that began in infancy, her first sixteen years of life brought increased severity at the hands of an alcoholic and drug addicted stepfather and a mother with psychosis. At the age of eleven, Juliet left home and was placed in foster care. She was returned to her mother through an incompetent justice system only to be placed in foster care again several years later. Throughout her teen years and into her adulthood she dealt with severe PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and major depression. Both resulted in her own battle with alcohol and drug addiction. After fifteen years of therapy, medication and intermittent hospitalization without success, Juliet discovered total recovery not from therapy or western medicine but from ancient wisdom which she currently teaches at healing workshops. Her book "Falling Upward" tells the tale of Juliet's life and the journey she took to break free from the stress and trauma. She hopes is will be an inspiration to all who have suffered abuse in some form or another.
Deja was practically born to be a performer. The daughter of Norman Howell, a well-established stunt man/coordinator/director and stunt double for Kevin Costner, Deja traveled from location to location growing up, so it’s no wonder that she thinks of a movie set as “home.” As a little girl, Deja fell in love with the idea of performing. It would be the film “Dances with Wolves” where Deja would get her first taste of performing.
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