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Host Trena Bolden Fields interviews vocal coach and performer Orgena Rose on maintaining vocal health.
Orgena Rose is a dynamic and inspirational singer, songwriter, producer and award winning coach. A powerful and transformational energy, Orgena has appeared on Oprah, the Today Show, the Tony Awards, PBS, Broadway, Carnegie Hall, and Conan in Tyler Perry’s Row 11. She has also performed in numerous commercials, industrials and movies where her original music is featured and has produced one of the first online entertainment shows. She has toured internationally and sung with artists such as Patti Labelle, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Audra McDonald and Lea Michele of GLEE. To give back, Orgena founded the Global Artists Alliance and Sacred Rose Music where she offers workshops and programs in her mission to heal, empower and transform through the arts.
Come celebrate Earth Day with Vocal Trash ...
Described as, “Glee Meets Stomp”, Vocal Trash asks you to recycle your imagination as their urban themed Broadway style show energizes audiences From New York to Seattle and Las Vegas to Beijing. The show- World class singing, industrial drumming, award winning break-dancing. Led by producer/creator, Steve Linder and child star Kelsey Rae (Annie), this green minded ensemble tours globally on a relentless pursuit to bring people together utilizing the universal language of song and dance. This is Vocal Trash. Promoting a positive message through song and dance, which to us is the universal language. Taking things that would usually end up in a land fill and making music out of it is what were all about in Vocal Trash. Our goal is for you to leave with a smile on your face.Steve Linder -
Maynard Ferguson, Buddy Rich, The Rat Pack
Kelsey Rae - India Arie, Karen Carpenter,Lauryn Hill
Larry Parish - Led Zeppelin, Jeff Buckley, Stevie Ray Vaughn
Greg Dugan - Tower of Power, Dave Matthews Band, Sting, Soulive
Who wouldn’t want to be a Sorcerer’s Apprentice—to discover the mysteries of this life in pursuit of great knowledge and power? Could it be that we are all on the path to doing just that in this new age of truth and light? But what can we expect on such a path? And who is really the Grand Sorcerer? I will also be speaking with Victoria Christine—RN, Vocal Alchemist and founder of Live Your Brilliance.
At 16, a stunningly beautiful and vocally talented CLAUDETTE ORTIZ, was discovered by Wyclef Jean and
Jerry Wonda becoming the third and only female member of City High. The hot young trio quickly took the
world by storm with their poignantly conscious debut single, “What Would You Do.” The Grammy nominated
group described as a “refreshingly innovative mix of R&B, Soul and a smattering of Hip-Hop” by Vibe magazine
consisted of Claudette, Ryan Toby and Ryan Pardo. City High quickly became known as the group with the provocative lyrics, pulsating beats and great vocal
harmonies. “What Would You Do,” depicted a young woman fallen on hard times, desperate to feed her kids
and ultimately deciding to sleep with a man for money. Dealing with real life situations, the song begs for the
listener to answer, What Would You Do? Needless to say, the single with its in your face, true to life lyrics
shot up the R&B/Pop charts both domestically and internationally and became the group’s first Grammy
nominated single. But, it was not until their follow up single, “Caramel,” and Claudette’s duet with
Wyclef, “Two Wrongs,” hit the airwaves that audiences and industries everywhere began to hone in on the
Caribbean beauty’s ability to play the guitar and her vocal prowess.As the music soared the Willingboro, NJ native’s profile soared. Press developed an insatiable appetite for theself-taught, sultry voiced musician. Mesmerized with Claudette’s beauty, Maxim named her a sex symbol in their
Hot 100 issue. Blender called her “the sexiest woman in hip-hop.” Vanity Fair included her in their top 12 artists to
watch. The New York Times chronicled the tutelage of Andre’ Leon Talley, an editor at large for Vogue, as he introduced Claudette to the fashion world in Paris.
If you’ve heard music by Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Adele, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Neil Diamond, Paul Simon, Rick James, Teena Marie, Johnny Rivers, or Diana Ross, then you have heard The Waters - Julia, Maxine, Luther, and Oren. Featured artists in the Oscar winner for Best Documentary and winner of the Critics’ Choice Award 2013 film 20 Feet from Stardom, The Waters are one of the most enduring talents ever launched into the music hit machine.
The Waters have made their contribution in the music industry by singing individually or collectively on hundreds of gold and platinum albums. They have also sung in movies, like The Lion King, A Goofy Movie, Brother Bear, 101 Dalmatians, James and the Giant Peach, and Avatar, just to name a few. If you are a television fan, then you have heard them sing theme songs for The Good Times, The Jefferson’s, Fame, and Murphy Brown. They are also the singers for the Disney attraction, It’s a Small World.
Their vocal fluency embraces all genres of music including albums and CD’s in French, Japanese, Lebanese, Spanish, and Swahili. At one point the group was associated with six of the top ten records on the international charts.
The Waters are very proud to have worked with Michael Jackson on his Thriller album, the biggest selling album in music history that transformed pop music. They also worked with Michael on the Disney attraction Captain EO.
As stage performers, The Waters individually and as group have distinguished themselves on the road with many of the entertainment industries most notable artists. Having been the group for the television show Fame, the group traveled with Debbie Allen and “The Kids from Fame” on a world tour. The
Join Cathryn Taylor, host of Edge Inner Views, for this delightful conversation with Jeannie Hamm. Jeannie is honored to be among the first generation of teachers for the modern day mystery school called, Mastering Alchemy.
The program was generated through founder Jim Self, who was assisted by various Archangels and multidimensional Masters. It provides practical tools and a step-by-step pathway for preparing the physical body, together with its surrounding energy bodies, for ascension into expanded awareness and higher dimensional living in our shifting world. Mastering Alchemy utilizes sacred geometry and other spiritual tools to change the frequency of thought, alter the harmonics of matter and apply the elements of Love to create a desired result.
For more information on Jeannie and this modern day school please visit her website which is: http://www.ascensionspirit.com/
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We're proud to be doing our rock and roll duty with this week's show. Mike has a chance to chat with the one and only Kim Mitchell - songwriter, killer guitar player, radio host, and a whole lot more. His latest release is 2007's Ain't Life Amazing (it is), though he's out on the road right now for a string of dates and you can hear him regularly on Q107. One particularly funny anecdote involves the ever-talked-about Bob Dylan. Tune in for that.
Then, in the return of CM Academy, we'll speak with Aaron Jensen, the artistic director behind the third annual edition of Sing! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival. Acts like The Nylons, The Kinsey Sicks, Alan Frew of Glass Tiger, Dan Hill, and many others are part of the programming, which includes not only a capella performances, but also daily workshops on vocal technique, the busienss of music, and more.
Self talk is healthy and can activate your vision for success.Detailing their findings in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, they found that self-directed speech helped people find objects more quickly by about 50 to 100 milliseconds. (The average time it took participants to find an item was 1.2 to 2 seconds.) Mental and vocal monologues are essential in learning and performing better in life. Researchers have identified that talking to yourself is insanely great for the brain. The better you are at self-talk the better off you will be.
Dr.John shows you how to communicate with your brain to help you get what you want in business and life
Producer / Musician / Voice, Guitar, Keyboard, and Drum teacher
With decades of experience as a performing and recording musician. Producing his own solo projects and several groups and artists. Tim is also using an exciting new electronic vocal training technique. We combine voice training with studio recording for very quick results that you can hear for yourself. Currently performing with Mark Kenoly & Kingdom Voice, and one of the original members of "The Chocolate Watchband" Classic rock group, Tim is a studio musician, producer, engineer, arranger, teacher, vocal coach, plays guitar, guitar synthesizer, bass, keyboard, harmonica, drums and flute.
Wouldn't it be an incredible if your feelings of depression could be explained as a biochemical issue; not an emotional weakness. Science has proven that emotions can be created and managed using nutrients and other biochemicals that can be identified using BioAcoustic software. Is anything stressing you?
Join us on our next Happy Hour as we evaluate the vocal frequencies of listener volunteers in terms of the biochemistry that keeps us happy and balanced.
The first step toward biochemical harmony for those who want to create optimal function for their lives; an informative lesson for those who want to increase their foundation of BioAcoustic Biology and Sound Health
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DC Rapier explores the "roots, stems and branches" known simply as the Blues! He blends his vast musical knowledge with his love of the blues. Each week he will take us on a musical journey as only Brother Doug can do!
Born and raised an hour from the famous Blues and Jazz venues of Chicago, DC Rapier began his professional music journey with his first paying gig at the age of 15, as the lead singer, rhythm guitarist and harmonica player in a band playing Blues and R&B tunes learned from recordings of the vanguards of the British Invasion, the Yardbirds, the Animals and the Rolling Stones.
For more than 45 years, DC has been singing madrigal, plain-song, oratorio, art song, opera, musicals, jazz, Blues, swing, rock, pop, country –western and even some jingles. He’s performed in choirs and choral groups in Europe and America; played sax, flute and bass clarinet in concert and jazz bands; guitar, harmonica, sax and flute in rock bands, Blues bands and show bands.
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