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In May of 2010, Kat Downs (Good Natured Mortals/Sparrows Point/Saints of Ruin) and Mike Thompson (Big Nasty/Tokyo Raid/Cougar Kick) teamed up to experiment with the combination of classical piano and rock drumming. Typically described as “The Dresden Dolls mixed with King Crimson and Fiona Apple”, the music they create also reflects evidence of Zeppelin, Beethoven, Rush and Rachmaninoff. The combination of Kat Downs’ ornate hands and hair flying with Mike Thompson’s flawless percussive mastery makes this duo the consummate definition of a “dream-team”.
2014 unleashed the release of Sit Kitty Sit’s third studio album, “Everlasting Fire”. Based entirely on Dante’s “Inferno”, this storyline album showcases the extensive versatility of Downs and Thompson as a team. Spanning seven genres and boasting 15 guest artists, the release shows us an entirely new side of the band while maintaining their identity. The album has been receiving rave reviews since it’s release.
This year, Sit Kitty Sit was a featured performer at NAMM 2015 as guests of Killer Q Instrument Straps, whose presentation booth went on to win Best In Show. After teaming up with Sleepless Sounds Music Group in Los Angeles, CA to release a new 2015 single and continuing to tour the U.S., Sit Kitty Sit will take the leap over the pond in late October 2015 with their first ever European Tour. New music and tour dates are always in the works so keep your eyes and ears open in their direction.
Alia Lorae, the Electro Empress is a twisted lovechild of Kate Bush and Bassnectar. She produces EDM that will make you both dance and think – dark, theatrical, and never without a sense of humor. A born performer, she has been singing ever since she could walk and talk. Given an early musical start, she attended the Suzuki Music School as a young child, then went on to join the Harmonaires - a nationally recognized, award-winning singing group with whom she performed at such venues as Shea Stadium and Carnegie Hall. Her early-years vocal recordings can also be found on Blake Rowe's "Circle of Life," a well-reviewed children's album released in 1994. Alia started playing with a small electric keyboard at age ten, and then graduated to a larger Yamaha keyboard on which she could record entire 16-track songs. From Elementary School through High School graduation, she excelled in the theater and arts programs, while at the same time churning out songs, visual art, and written fiction.
During her college years, Alia honed her skills as a producer and performer. In 2007, she began performing as a back-up singer for Electro-Pop band The Velvet Code. They debuted new material at one of Susanne Bartsch and Kenny Kenny's dance party extravaganzas at the New York City club 'Area', to an audience of 3000+. After the band's founding member took the project to London, Alia began focusing on her first solo album. The music video for her first single, "Modern Monsters," hit the scene in October of 2010, and "The Mad and the Beautiful," a 9-song LP, was released later that December. Both the album and the video were met with glowing reviews, describing her sound as, "A much needed shot in the arm [for modern music]" (Vents Magazine), and "NIN meets Lady Gaga" (All What's Rock).
Church Kitchen Ladies features Todd Smith, member of Global Association of Christian Hospitality Professionals. Todd is the Foodservice Director for Ginghamsburg Church, Tipp City, Ohio.
Todd's Kitchen Krew is a volunteer group of real heroes that help others! Their church has supported missions in Sudan with time, talent and treasures.
This is a church that is building God's kingdom in a major way.
This show is sponsored by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and prayer journals, makers of Church Kitchen Ladies cards and such. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com.
Mentoring Monday presented by 4wordwomen.org featuring April Swaine from Seattle, Washington. She leads the Seattle 4work group with her little sister Jana Mae.
Supervise our team of 15 at a small Industrial Tech Company running Operations for 6+ years under the company's owner.
April enjoys cooking, running, shopping, blogging (www.aprilswaine.com), serving in the kids ministry at my church, loving on my furry 4 legged son (dog) Diesel, and spending time with my boyfriend Troy.
April shares FFF (forced female fellowship).
She is a alpha-female-control-freak-oldest-child-mothering-know-it-all...so, I have struggled with females, mentoring, being mentored, etc.
April explains how 4word has helped her push through some of these personal barriers to change, grow, learn, and be successful.
This show is sponsored by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for more information on our special brands like Church Kitchen Ladies.
Who walks away from an acting career after working alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Susan Sarandon, Amy Poehler, and David Arquette? Jacob Davich does, and returns with a masterful debut EP that exhibits a refreshing handcrafted aesthetic that recalls the halcyon era of 1970s singer-songwriters.
“I fell into acting when I was around 12,” Jacob explains. “I used to play guitar to keep my mind occupied while I waited for the phone to ring for acting gigs, but music took over and loved it more than acting. When you’re in a movie, you’re told what to do, but I loved that with music you have full creative control.
”Jacob Davich has had prominent roles in such films as The Aviator (2004), Mr. Woodcock (2007), and The Adventures Of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3D (2005). His father, Martin Davich, is an esteemed Hollywood composer known for his work on ER, Days Of Our Lives, Beverly Hills 90210, and Third Watch, among many other shows. Jacob grew up playing guitar, piano, and, later, singing, developing his prodigious musical talents mostly on his own with the occasional piano lesson from his father. In solitaire, he studied the intricate guitar work and song structures of artists such as Paul Simon and James Taylor, and pored over Joni Mitchell’s Blue, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors, and the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s.
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