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December 11 - Jazz Band - Airborne
With a career spanning decades, "musical peacemakers" of contemporary jazz, Airborne, sends out an Inspirational Message of Hope to the World.
Airborne has a beautiful trademark jazz sound of Island Passion and Urban Emotion. The band’s hot rhythms smoothly cruise on a cool sea of music and voices. Joyful Jazz with A Message!
Join me as I talk to founding members, Thomas and Greg Borino, about the groups 25th Anniversary CD, and we spread some Christmas warmth.
June 14 - Contemporary Jazz Group - Airborne
Sounds of passion and emotion, a multi-cultural product of the band's hometown of New Haven, CT. Formed in 1988, these veterans of jazz have remained within the jazz social mainstream with total dedication to their music, skills, and goals.
Airborne has been graciously proclaimed the “Musical Peacemakers” of Contemporary Jazz and have been awarded a Merit of Honor by the World Peace Organization for their excellence in World Music and as Humanitarians.
Hey jazzers! Ron Jackson of The Smooth Jazz Ride here. Join me and my co-hosts Aira & Mike as we chat with Tom & Greg Borino of the "Musical Peacemakers of Contemporary Jazz," Airborne. We'll also play tracks from their new release, Silver Skies, which celebrates their 25th Anniversary in the music biz. Listeners with questions or comments for the Borinos can call in on 1-858-777-8436. "See" ya there!
Ebola is not currently an airborne disease. You can't catch Ebola by sitting across the room from someone who has it. You can only catch Ebola from coming into direct contact with the bodily fluids of someone who has the disease and is showing symptoms.
FEARS THAT EBOLA WILL MUTATE AND SPREAD THROUGH THE AIR ARE OVERBLOWN, EXPERTS SAY
(One caveat: If someone with Ebola symptoms sneezes or coughs and the saliva or mucus hits your eyes, nose, or mouth, that can transmit the disease, but this is rare, and it's mainly a concern for health workers. It's also not what people mean by "airborne.")
Airborne is a multi-cultural Contemporary Jazz group based from New Haven, CT USA.Formed in the 1980’s these veterans of jazz celebrate years of recordings, jazz festivals, concerts, and clubs. The members have toured across the World. Airborne has many award winning and chart topping CD’s and has received worldwide airplay and international acclaim.Airborne the proclaimed “Musical Peacemakers” of Contemporary Jazz sends out an Inspirational Message of Hope to the World.
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn and guest host Lance Taylor will be joined by Nicholaus Connole, Chrystal Verrengia, and Matt Babika. Tonight is going to be a little different. After we talk to Nicholaus about the FRAT BOY assault on VETERANS, we will be addressing some of the resent issues with social media and the impact that it has had on REAL organizations trying to stop VETERAN SUICIDE.
Specialist Nicholaus Connole, was a Combat Medic US Army, now retired. He served in Afghanistan and Iraq. Nicholaus was one of the VETERANS assaulted by the Frat Boys in Florida.
Chrystal Verrengia, Vice President of 22 Until None. Civilian and former 911 operator, Chrystal comes from a big veteran family. Chrystal is dedicated to improving the lives of veterans and preventing veteran suicide.
Matt Babika was a commissioned officer in US ARMY, served with the 82nd airborne division as a medical service corps officer. Matt volunteers his time assisting in veteran crisis management.
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My name is Beau Chatham and I am a Master Coach with The Burris Institute.I am also the CEO & Tribal Leader of Warrior Life Coach, an Atlanta, GA-based executive coaching practice, where I work with business professionals, athletes, and combat veterans.A little bit about my background – I was a commissioned Infantry officer in the United States Army. I am Airborne Ranger qualified, saw ground combat in Grenada during Operation Urgent Fury, and served in numerous other command and training positions.I left military service after 10 years and found myself in the world of biotech and pharmaceutical commercialization, where I marketed injection and oral drug therapies. I also served as a corporate trainer, where I conducted and coordinated medical education programs for sales representative, focusing in the areas of anatomy, physiology, and disease state management. My areas of teaching were in cardiovascular and neurological disorders. It was here, that I was first introduced to the concept of Evidence-Based therapies and how important they are in gaining measurable outcomes. This is what ultimately led me to finding The Burris Institute methods of coaching. remember following the country’s combat actions of post 9-11, not from the newspaper or the talking heads on the TV, but rather through medical journals. Of particular note, I recall the longitudinal studies of Dr Charles Hoge published October of 2004, in the New England Journal of Medicine that addressed the growing mental health burden being produced from extended combat operations.As a warrior and medical educator, I knew that I wanted to help our returning combat veterans, so I started looking in to life skills coaching. The problem was that so many of the life coaching schools insisted that coaching was for “healthy” people and that the emotional states of fear, guilt, and anger were best suited for psychiatry.
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