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Did you miss us? Well, we missed YOU! Thank you for your patience while "Hybrid Jazz" was on hiatus. There was a move involved - and none of us knew what that move would entail. Or what would be our circumstances when we landed. MUCH has changed. And, speaking from the heart, this host is proud to be back on ONLINE Radio! Having heard much terrestrial Radio in the past several months, I have to say that I'm disappointed. But still have hope in that format to present music/thoughts/news. For this moment in time, however, it's empowering to be able to do this kind of show the way that it's supposed to be done - with no one looking over shoulders, no one offering advice or dictates as to how it's supposed to go. This show has been created by Trish Hennessey - the one typing ;) If this kind of show can, eventually, also morph into a full-time radio station on the dial, cool. If not: cool again! No sweat. We're just spreading the Gospel of Jazz, y'all. And we'll do so joyfully!
There is no guest for this first "comeback" show - we'll get to guests later. For our return, we'd like to focus on new music and treasured songs to make you smile. We desperately need to smile! Anything that "Hybrid Jazz" can do for you in that regard, it's an honor. Nepal. Baltimore. Loved ones are on our minds. And you will FEEL the love in this show on 4/30 - which just happens to be "International Jazz Day!"
Let your imagine run wild....be open to music that you've never heard. Enjoy the colors, shapes, patterns and peace of all kinds of Jazz, etc. That's why this show IS. And it cannot be done without YOU. Thank you!
When you see Joanna Pascale's website, you'll see the quote from her regarding her new project. She says, "Wildflowers grow unter the most unlikely circumstances. You'll find them in the most unlikely places. From the beginning, that's how my journey has been."
Joanna Pascale IS a "Wildflower." Strong and resilient, unexpectedly beautiful and unique. Her presence in the world of Jazz is appreciated - this writer speaks for many. She LOVES the music, is grateful for the Masters and Mistresses that came before her, and dearly craves to bring those voices from the past to YOU - in her OWN voice :) And what a gift that is!
When Joanna was attending Philadelphia's High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, a fellow student and friend was Bilal. He joins her on "Wildflower", as does someone who has known her for equally as long. That's the well-respected pianist - and producer for this album - Orrin Evans. Who else is on this spectacular effort is enough to make your ears burn until the end of 2015! Let's just say The BEST of the Best.
The new work from Joanna comes at a time when a successful ten-year run at Philly's Loew's Hotel was coming to an end. Sad as it was for all concerned, it gave our guest wings. She was ready to get involved in HER music, having blessed other artists with her vocals on THEIRS. She still has her day job at her alma mater, Temple University, and she reaches hundreds of students each year with her teaching abilities. But this is where Joanna shines in a particular way. She won't touch a song unless she feels it. When she soaks her soul into the meaning of a classic, it's like you never heard the song before NOW. This Lady Was Born To Sing.
Join Joanna and me on 5/5 - your ears will thank you!
In this latest interview, Trish talks with Polly Superstar, author of the new book, Polly: Sex Culture Revolutionary, which details her journey of discovering herself and helping others along the way. Polly is the founder of the famed Kinky Salon in San Francisco, CA, and a sex positive activist.
To experience more of this interview, get the premiere issue of ArousedWoman Magazine (out January 2015) by visiting the AW website: ArousedWoman.com.
And be sure to get Polly's book: Polly: Sex Culture Revolutionary.
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ArousedWoman Radio's host and Congressional candidate for Mississippi's 4th district talks about women and politics -- why women are so under-represented, why women's rights are increasingly being legislated away, and what we can do about it.
Call in with your comments and questions!
Listen as Christopher and Trish lead another discussion about bullying. During this show, listen as Christopher & Trish talk about sexual bullying, how to see warning signs, how to detract unwelcome advances from others, and how to heal in the aftermath. It's always a powerful show when Christopher and Trish get together, and this show will be no exception!
Visit Christopher online to book readings, view tour schedule, prayer and healing center, and much more at http://www.reburn.org
Become friends on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/christopher.reburn
Learn more about Trish Bishop at http://www.questionjourney.com
This is, “All About the Funny with Mz. Trish and Friends”. Listen live online or by calling 914-205-5568. Every Saturday at 6pm EST. Today Mz. Trish features Comedian, Darryl Damn, he's speaking on how the Willie Lynch Letter impacts communities of African diaspora, and how the men of the community can combat the The Willie Lynch Letter with Love. Darryl Damn is a host aththe Uptown Comedy Corner, every Thursday at 9pm EST, located 800 Marietta St NW Atlanta, GA 30318-5783, 404-881-0200 http://uptowncomedy.net.
You can find the latest episodes of "All About the Funny with Mz. Trish and Friends" at MzTrishFunny on Facebook and Twitter.
The double digit dates haven't started yet - we're two days away from December 10th - so some of us are relaxing. The sweat comes when we realize that Christmas is breathing down our necks :) To help with the sweat: Jumpin' Jazz and Blue-Eyed Soul from a woman who has a right to sing ALL of it - blissfully versatile Marilyn Scott!
That voice is going to conjure some images for you, full of energy and passion - and FUN! Our much-respected artist has been thrilling us for years - over a dozen albums to her name. Marilyn has been an in-demand vocalist, garnering praise and a Grammy nomination - for Marilyn's take on "The Look of Love", produced by George Duke.
This Southern California native learned EARLY what she wanted in life. An epiphany occurred in her teens when she trekked to the Monterey Pop Festival - and feasted her ears on Janis Joplin, Lou Rawls and Otis Redding. Marilyn honed her own craft so well that was asked to work with a myriad of Jazz and Soul artists - Hiroshima, Bobby Womack, Etta James and Bobby Caldwell among them.
A new album is expected in 2015 - but let's focus on NOW. Marilyn Scott's "Get Christmas Started" is a party and a half! Treasured holiday songs are full of new life, and the vibes from Philly to Memphis to Motown are COVERED. We so need the kick that Marilyn gives us - the kind of holiday cheer that makes you want to get up and dance, or sing along - at the top of your lungs :)
We'll start the show at one - and we've got two hours to get Christmas started - are you IN? Join us in The Chat Room! One of the hottest singers with some kind of slammin' resume is gonna entertain you. You'll feel as though 12/25 has already arrived
Master Publicist Rick Scott has been working tirelessly to make sure that this came together - and he needs to get special recognition! Rick works HARD for his clients - and Rick Braun is one. The Ricks are awesome :)
The one that we'll have on the show TOMORROW, December 8th, has been a previous guest on "Hybrid Jazz." Why this time, you ask? Glad you ARE! Rick has a string of dates with his good friend, Peter White - whose Christmas tour is always hugely successful. We're speaking to Rick on Monday so that we can get a few events as much mileage as possible. He and Peter and Mindi Abair will be in Virginia on 12/8 - then at Ram's Head in Annapolis on Wednesday, the 10th. Several dates in Florida follow. And there is something else that's important to discuss - that's near and dear to Rick's heart. That is his BIG event in Tucson, Arizona on New Year's Eve.
There's even a website for us to ponder: www.rickbraunsnewyearseve.com Here's why it's so important to Rick - besides having Peter White join him - as well as long-time friend and collaborator, Richard Elliot - this whole endeavor brings focus to The Autism Society. You'll see that once you peruse the website. Emma Braun is Rick's teenage daughter. She is, like your host's son, under the autism spectrum. That's why it was a priority for us to have this special day and time for Rick to stop by and say hello. Our kids are everything to us - and awareness of their needs and the needs of other children are "Front Burner" subjects.
Here's another reason why I appreciate Rick Braun so deeply. One of his main inspirations in his most excellent musical journey has been Freddie Hubbard. Rick appreciates the masters and it shows! Welcome a beloved artist when he returns on 12/8!
In the ten years that yours truly has been in Baltimore (this time around!), there are some significant talents that stand out. And always will. Some of the musicianship has been more than stellar. Let's call it haunting. And that is the case with the voice of Kristin Callahan.
Singing since she could speak, the vocal ability that Kristin has is worn like a second skin. She's comfortable singing - and it doesn't matter what genre. Though her golden throat lends itself naturally to Jazz and the Great American Songbook. And one wonders what's in Kristin's future - because if this is the beginning of her career and she's so good NOW - have mercy - what the heck else should we expect?!
Encouraged by both church and school early on, our Maryland Girl found herself in Washington, D.C. Under the tutelage of respected pianist and educator, Vince Evans. Vince was able to steer Kristin in a direction that felt both comfortable and challenging. And that challenge is something that she relishes. Her first project dropped in 2009, "A New Love." Last year, we heard the evolving bliss of Kristin with "One Magic Day." Some of the best in Baltimore and D.C. joined her on these 14 songs. Including Warren Wolf on vibraphone - and Vince Evans (of course!) on piano :)
Kristin's got an amazing opportunity to shine on 12/21/14. She's at the Chesapeake Arts Center - the same place where we last saw Jeffrey Osborne. She'll dip into both of her albums, some holiday tunes (no doubt!), and possibly give us a sneak preview of her forthcoming CD - which takes her into a new direction. 2015 should be QUITE interesting for our guest!
What a pleasure to share Kristin with you again - we had a lot of fun the first time that she visited! 12/16 at 3 p.m. Eastern - join us :)
For the past few weeks, you've been hearing me say that "Sahara" would be visiting our show. And now the time has come!
And who is this uniquely named act who has been getting so much attention? There are two members in Sahara, and they're married. Born in Dublin, Trish and Dave Long had became known all over Ireland for the rich tapestry that their combined talents wove. Trish was unique in that she played sax - this was the 80's - and she found herself getting invitations from bands to play all kinds of music - it was fascinating to have a female who knew her instrument so well!
Dave was an electrician by day, but a singer and guitarist at night. When he and Trish were finally able to combine their music, they "clicked." And their native country - and beyond recognized that then-named "Interfusion" was special.
Due to the economic struggles on home turf, they decided to move to Australia, and their music changed. The moodiness of the Emerald Isle they had known met the lighter breezes and the sun of their adopted homeland - and Sahara was born.
Radio and TV have embraced the duo - as well as the Little River Band and UK-based Jazz guitarist Martin Taylor. Independently produced work has been praised, and that leads us to tell you about "There Is This Place I Go" - the new project from our guests on August 23rd, 2012: Sahara.
Join us at 3 p.m. Eastern US time - and FIVE A.M. Australia time! We'll have an extra pot of coffee for Trish and Dave - and we'll have a wealth of rich music and stories for YOU!
Oh, yes, I HEAR you! "What? Where has she BEEN?!" Hah! We all missed her, didn't we? We'll get those Where's Waldo answers tomorrow - when Joyce Cooling visits us at three p.m. Eastern time! Remember that - for Tuesday, 11/18 - the show STARTS at TWO. We'll have three two-hour shows this week!
Back to our sublime guest: Joyce has been making beautiful music with her guitar for QUITE a while now. Self-taught, her influences and inspirations range from Brazilian to Classical to Rock - and it all pours forth into a pulsating, dynamic and driving deliciousness that is profoundly JAZZ!
#1 radio singles, six Top Ten, multiple music awards - and nominated for several others. "Global Cooling" was her seventh studio album and that was released in 2009.
Well, it HAS been quite an absence on the scene...and the reason for this visit from Joyce (a reunion!) is specific: she has a new HOLIDAY single! Produced by longtime producer, Jay Wagner, "The Holiday's On" is meant to convey a 1940's Swing era vibe with a spin that's infectious :) We'll hear it - and more tracks that are meaningful - and we'll talk to Joyce about a favorite subject: mental health. This fascinating artist has worked with some of the best in the business (Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd, Al Jarreau!) and has made friends all over the world. But the urgency of her life's path has much to do with the focus on keeping us emotionally afloat. That's why Joyce is a national advocate for NAMI: the National Alliance for Mental Health. As we near Thanksgiving and get into gear for the season, nothing is more important that focusing attention on how we're coping. How we can help ourselves and help others live better lives. Please join us for a SPECIAL "Hybrid Jazz!" 11/18/2014.
The Supreme Court has once again determined that women are not people but corporations are and that corporations have more rights under the Constitution that human beings do.
Tune in for "Trish Causey discusses the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby verdict on Birth Control."
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