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On this week's radio show, my guests are Mike Cohen and Dixon's Violin. Michael H. Cohen is an internationally renowned Kirtan artist, teacher, healer and leader who guides Kirtan participants into heights of joy, energy and awareness through his unforgettable style of Kirtan music. Dixon's life mission is to inspire people. He has done so across North America captivating audiences at intimate shows and wowing crowds of thousands, including Burning Man and giving two TED talks/performances.
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On “the Conversation” tonight!!! We’re featuring 3 great guests who have done some amazing accomplishments and we’re excited to hear HOW?
Black Violin: To most people, jazz, hip-hop, funk, and classical are musical genres. But to revolutionary music group Black Violin, they're nothing but ingredients.
Combining a daunting array of musical styles and influences to produce a signature sound that is not quite maestro, not quite emcee, this group of two classically trained violinists and their DJ is redefining the music world-one string at a time.
LaTosha Brown: We’ve discovered a fabulous singer who’s making her mark in the indie industry! Sit back and let us delve into her comings and goings AND let’s listen to her melodic voice….
Lola Jenkins: We’re sitting down w/ Lola Jenkins and her Quilt Artistry!!! If you love folk art and design you’ll love her amazing work!
Tune in and enjoy!!! The nextwork you can’t LIVE Without!!!
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Victor Record Souvenir De Moscow
Performed Mischa Elman
William Tell overture / Arthur Pryor's Band
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Souvenir de Moscow (Primary title)
Mischa Elman (instrumentalist: violin)
Percy B. Kahn (instrumentalist: piano)
Josef Bonime (instrumentalist: piano)
Master Size: 12-in.
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor matrix C-8814. Souvenir de Moscow / Mischa Elman," accessed May 21, 2015, http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/200008913/C-8814-Souvenir_de_Moscow.
Victor Record 35120 (Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)
Victor C-1275 9/23/1909
William Tell overture / Arthur Pryor's Band
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor 35120 (Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)," accessed May 21, 2015, http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/86756/Victor_35120
Everybody loves it when the luck of the #Irish goes their way, but this classically trained Celtic trio is looking for a little love & support back to their kickstarter campaign. Artists Emer Barry (soprano vocals), Aisling Ennis (harp), & Mary McCague (violin) join Tamara Leigh's Trend On - Engaging Your Audience to Trend On You! to share their current kickstart campaign LIVE Wed., 5/13/15 at 10amCT.
Alice Osborn’s (http://aliceosborn.com/) past educational and work experience is unusually varied, and it now feeds her work as a poet, as well as an editor-for-hire, writing coach, Reiki Master practitioner, dynamic speaker/facilitator. After the Steaming Stops is her most recent collection of poetry; previous collections are Right Lane Ends and Unfinished Projects. Alice is also the editor of the anthologies Tattoos and Creatures of Habitat, both from Main Street Rag Publishing Company.
She’s currently at work on her upcoming collection, Heroes without Capes. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her work has appeared in the News and Observer, The Broad River Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Soundings Review and in numerous journals and anthologies.She serves on the North Carolina Writers’ Network Board of Trustees. When she’s not editing or writing, Alice is a competitive Irish dancer, as well as an aspiring musician on guitar and violin. She lives in Raleigh with her husband, two children and four messy birds.
Education: MA English, Rhetoric/Composition, North Carolina State University
Master’s Thesis, “A Conversation in the Composition Classroom: Finding Our Voice Through Creative Nonfiction” Advisor: Chris M. Anson, Phd
Jenny Undercofler is a leading force in contemporary music education, having served as the music director for the Kaufman Center's Special Music School since 2004. The Special Music School is the only public school in New York City that integrates pre-conservatory music education with academic studies, providing an unparalleled training environment for musically gifted children.
Ms. Undercofler also co-founded and leads the youth ensemble Face the Music. In residence at the Kaufman Center, Face the Music breaks the boundaries of classical music education and performance, featuring today's music presented by the emerging artistic voices of tomorrow. The group burst onto the scene in 2005, performing works by such new-music mainstays as Michael Gordon, Phil Kline and John Adams.
Her daughter,Amelia a 4th grader, plays the violin and viola as part of this progrsm.
SHOW # 265 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"
We begin the show with Couch Kid Too Slim (Tim Langford), who will give us a health update and let us know about the great shows he has scheduled for the rest of 2015!
Then Dick LeMasters will join me. Dick is from Texas and offers a mix of Americana, Roots, Rock and Blues on his album One Bird, Two Stones. We'll talk to Dick about growing up in Porrt Arthur, TX and his journey down the musical highway while we listen to songs from the album.
Cary Morin has been described as "one of the best acoustic pickers on the scene today". He has reprsented the Colorado Blues Society at the 2014 & 2015 IBCand is a part of the Music Maker Relief Foundation. His latest album Tiny Town was released in January of this year. I get to speak with Cary about his remarkable career and his new album.
I learned of Anne Harris by way of her incredible contribution to the new Jeff Jensen album. her violin took the song "Ash & Bone" to a whole new level. She has jsut released Come Hither a collection of 9 originals that defy definition. Anne has spent time with Otis Taylor and has received accolades across her career and 5 previous albums. She and I will explore her sound and career.
The Couch Kid Smokin' Joe Kubek returns to The Couch to talk about what he and Bnois King have been up to since we last spoke while we delve into their latest release, Fat Man's Shine Parlor.
Their musical bond is as strong as their small town roots: Twin Kennedy, comprised of West Coast sisters Carli and Julie Kennedy, have been making music together since they could talk. Born and raised in the small town of Powell River, British Columbia, the sister duo grew up perfecting their sibling harmonies and dynamic live performances, while making their name known throughout their small community as a family band.
Growing up in such a musically infused family, it is no wonder that these sisters crafted their sound through a unique fusion of their background in country, folk, jazz and classical music. With years of classical training, including their Bachelors Degrees in Music Performance from the University of Victoria, the sisters have found their home in country music. With Carli on vocals and guitar, and Julie on vocals and violin, these petite powerhouses will fill your soul with joy and warmth through their seamless harmonies and heartfelt songwriting.
Having released two EPs - and receiving seven BCCMA Award nominations since 2012 - as Carli & Julie Kennedy, these sisters are set to debut their first album as Twin Kennedy on April 7th. Produced by multiple CCMA and JUNO award winning artist George Canyon and renowned producer Graham Sharkey, the album "It's A Love Thing" is a beautifully honest account of the ebb and flow of the navigation through love and life.
Mylezia King is a singer-songwriter who was born on April 5, 1995 in Wilmington, Delaware. The 19-year-old was recently nominated at the 2014 Philly Hip-Hop Awards for Best New R&B/Pop Artist. King, who is also referred to as “Mylee” or “My My” sang all of her life with her first solo performance coming in church when she sang “I Love You Lord” in which she later admitted ‘she was terrified’.
The Delaware Valley native has currently released five singles including the song “Girls Night Out” that she co-wrote with producer Chuck Finney which can be heard and purchased on ITunes.While she has pinned another singles titled “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore”, “Bitter Sweet” and “Lonely Girl” in the past. King, who studied piano and violin in school, is currently working on her demo project. And she has songs already completed called: “Never Alone”, “Anxious”, “Dying to be Perfect”, and “Forever Love” that’s expected to be released sometime soon.
In addition, the 2014 Concord High School graduate has shared the same bill as VH1 reality star and singer K. Michelle, Mack Wilds and Lee Mazin. Mylezia has worked with some of the industry’s best producers such as: Grammy-Award Winner Roy Hamilton, who produced Joe, R. Kelly and the “Kingof Pop” Michael Jackson; and, The Dezperawdos, who produced for the architect of the “New Jack Swing” era of the late-1980s Teddy Riley (Former member of Guy, Blackstreet) and Dru Hill. Also, Ben Ford, Rick Williams, PC Beats, Jaelin Savage, Keith Johnson and the above-mentioned Chuck Finney were other producers that King has shared the studio with.
The Medicine Wombman:
Will give the listeners a chance to learn more about natural healing and medicine for the mind, body and soul/spirit. This includes Metaphysics too, which is the Gate way to our healing on a spiritual level and cosmically speaking. I will have guests that specialize in natural healing, medicine and knowledge on metaphysics. The true history of our Race will also be presented on “The Medicine Woman Program”, being that most black people are not taught the truth about our history which leads to mental sickness etc…these areas need to be talked about to start the healing process.
I am fully aware I can’t save the world, but I can try to save those who want to be saved. Initiative Radio Network, is the outlet for me to make this a reality of “Action Speaks Louder than Words”.
I also did a lot of studying and research on Natural Medicine and its healing Medicinal Properties. I attended schools such as Massage Therapy, Reiki Level 1, Ni and Chi Gong, I also practice Chakra Healing and Chakra Tonics. I currently have an herbal business called Fresh & Organic Florida Leaf; I sell 6 different leaves used for Medicine and healing diseases.
Hope all the Beautiful listeners tune in every Sunday from 8pm-10pm and find your Pathway to Natural Healing BLESSED LOVE AND MORE LIGHT
Dr. Bradley Nelson wrote The Emotion Code, a book that explains how body issues can begin as negativity. If thoughts are energy, negative thoughts the size of a softball can be stuck in your energy system, says Nelson. And you bod is all energy. Listen in and see if we can't jiggle something free so your good feelings can flow.
Dailsy Jopling is a ball of positive energy when she picks up her violin and flies free. Listen in and fall in love.
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Hana Kim is a Los Angeles-based independent singer/songwriter. Hana has established her musical chops since 2009, performing at prominent venues such as the Hotel Café, The Ford Amphitheatre, The Roxy Theater. She has perfromed internationally and was featured on the Paraguay’s national TV Network, Red Guarani. She has opened for artists such as Ryan Cabrera, Sam Bradley, and Marty O’Reilly and is using her music to advocate awareness for injustices of human and sex trafficking. She joins us Friday with music and hope.
HANNAH's music echoes the sounds of the Nordic coast. But she blends it with urban dance halls mixes, folk songs and improvised instrumental/vocal musicand cutting edge electronic sounds. She counts Massive Attack, Phaeleh, Trentemøller, and Ólafur Arnalds as influences. The resulting sonic palate takes listeners on “a kind of mystical journey” (PopMatters), whose destination is a crossroads between classical and contemporary, organic and man-made, familiar and mysterious. HANNAH has set herself apart as an artist to watch and we get to talk with her Friday