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Award winning musician J.P. Cormier captures in one 4 minute song the devastation and reality of Post Traumatic Combat Disorder. This remarkable man delivers the profound message that so many of our veterans of war are coming home permanently scarred. It is not an American issue, or Canadian, it is a global issue.
Lyrics to Hometown Battlefield, He got home from service as the spring began its turn, 12 long months away, He folded up his uniform with the medals tucked inside, Started living for today, But the present could not find him, nor could his wife and kids, He was there but he was gone, Soon his only comfort was a bottle and his gun, Something right that went so wrong.
Some of J.P.'s accomplishments:
• 13 solo albums released since 1995
• 12 East Coast Music Awards since 1991
• 5 Music Industry Association Nova Scotia
• Canadian Folk Music Award, 2005 Instrumental Album Of The Year – X8: A Mandolin Collection
• Juno Nomination, 1998 Roots/Trad Recording of the Year for Another Morning
• 30+ awards over 20 years for competitions in fiddle, guitar, banjo, and song writing
• Maritime Fiddling Festival, Best Reel – 1989, 1995
• Performed over 20 times at the Grand Old Opry
• Two #1 hits on European country radio
• Dozens of TV and Radio appearances
Kori’s saga is filled with a love affair for music. Kori grew up with 100% hearing loss in her left ear, which has not stopped her from pursuing her musical career. She is a classically trained pianist, and composes all of her music. Kori’s song “Carpe Diem – Featuring Aeone” won the 2012 Independent Music Award for Best New Age Song. Kori’s album “Trillium” was nominated Zone Music Reporters 2009 Awards “Album of the Year” and “Best Contemporary Instrumental Album”. Lately, she has been diagnosed with a vocal disorder, which has stopped her from singing, however, she still can “sing” with her fingers using her main instrument, the piano. Kori lives in Southern California with her husband, 4 children, a cat, dog, bunny and her eyes are midnight blue.
“Kori Carothers is, without question a brilliant pianist and composer. What sets her apart, however, is the broad range of styles she utilizes so gracefully. Kori moves between the worlds of achingly beautiful acoustic piano composition and lavish keyboard production with remarkable ease. The result “Trillium”, a cohesive collection of compositions of stunning breadth and dynamic range, confidently held together by her singular musical voice. ~Will Ackerman, Windham County, VT May 2009
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack is honored to welcome literary award-winning author Libby Fisher Hellmann. Libby Fischer Hellmann is a critically acclaimed crime writer loved by readers the world over for her compulsively readable thrillers and strong female characters. Her fast-paced crime fiction spans 11 novels and 20 short stories, and she has also edited a popular crime fiction anthology called Chicago Blues.With critics describing her work as “masterful” and “meticulously researched,” it’s easy to see why Libby’s thrilling and richly varied crime novels have won numerous awards. Libby is exceptionally committed to her work, and in 2005-2006 she was the National President of Sisters in Crime, a 3,400+ member organization dedicated to strengthening the voice of female mystery writers. For more about Libby, please visit her on the web at http://www.libbyhellmann.com/.
This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Underwriting provided by PML Media and Author Marketing Hub.
Next Steps Host Jenny Milchman, and the International Thriller Writers (ITW) present award-winning author of The Demonologist, Andrew Pyper. Andrew won the 2014 Award for Best Thrilller from ITW. How do you create an award-winning novel? Join Andrew and Jenny as they discuss the nuts and bolts of writing thrillers, uncover industry secrets, and share what life is like after the award is announced. Please call with questions for Jenny and Andrew at 347-884-8266. For more on Andrew, please visit his website at http://www.andrewpyper.com/. The International Thriller Writers are on the web at http://thrillerwriters.org. Find Jenny Milchman at http://jennymilchman.com.
Underwriting for this podcast generously provided by Michael Lowndes at PML Media, Inc. On the web at http://pmlmedia.com.
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Welcome to Music With Brooke Lovestone! Oct. 20, 2014 3:30PM Central Time!
This October at 3:30PM Central Time, I'll be interviewing: Poets, Writers, Award Winning Authors, Performance Artist, Directors, and Musicians! I'm your Host - Brooke Lovestone with guest: Award Winning Author - Alan Jankowski!
Alan Jankowski is the award winning author of over one hundred short stories, plays and poems. His stories have been published online, and in various journals including Oysters & Chocolate, Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal, eFiction Magazine, Zouch, The Rusty Nail, etc... His poetry has more recently become popular, and 9-11 Tribute poem was used extensively in ceremonies during tenth anniversary of that tragic event.
Doug Briney embodies all things country: His personality is warm and inviting, some would say down-to-earth, recalling the disposition of many a Southern Gentleman from yesteryear. With a 2013 Independent Country Music Association Award, eight months on the Roots Music Report charts, international airplay and live performances at CMA Fest, Rodeo Alaska, The Iditarod, The Grinder’s Switch Hour, Alaska State Fair, and Dan McGuiness’ on Music Row, among countless others, this God-fearing road warrior, with the warm baritone voice and love for all things southern, has released his aptly titled Super Country Cowboy. On this album, Doug has created a tasteful blend of yesterday's traditional country roots and today's radio-friendly contemporary sounds, to invoke all the best that is American: Love of God, Family and the US of A.
Doug joins Take 2 Radio Music to talk about his career and brand new album "Super Country Cowboy" as well as his work with the veteran's charity Bright Star International on December 3rd at 3pm eastern time!
Child Therapist and award-winning author, Leigh Ann Hrutkay, sits down with Denise LaRosa to discuss her experience with motherhood, divorce and what inspired her to write what ultimately became an award-winning book that's on a mission to touch the lives of children all over the world.
For more information on Leigh Ann Hrutkay and her book "Rise and Shine Little Child," please visit http://www.leighannhrutkay.com/
Multi-talented Rachel Mason drops by to discuss The Lives of Hamilton Fish, her award-winning cinema rock opera inspired by a true story. Rachel is a filmmaker, sculptor, songwriter and performer. She has written three operas, recorded ten full-length albums, and performed at numerous art museums and other venues, including the Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art and School of the Arts in Chicago. Winner of the Best Picture Award at the 2014 New England Underground Film Festival, The Lives of Hamilton Fish deals with two men with the same name who died a day apart in 1936. One of them was a serial killer, the other a descendant of one of the most prominent families in New York State. Their obituaries were published together on the front page of a newspaper. Told entirely through songs in the newspaper editor's voice, the story mixes the surreal with historical facts. Film critic Phil Hall calls this independent offering the best movie he's seen during 2014.
This is the message Justina wants to share with you. Realizing her audience was wider than the burn and firefighting communities she has spent the last decade speaking to, Justina has entered a new season in life.
Offering encouragement through the sharing of her family’s triumph over tragedy, Justina speaks today about REKINDLING HOPE when you think all has been lost.
Through her RENEWED PURPOSE, Justina’s heart has been filled with new ideas and new projects. Justina’s speaking topics have expanded as she takes her message of hope to families with special needs children, the autism community, single moms, and grief groups.
Some of Justina’s topics can be found on her Speaker One Sheet.
While Justina’s messages have always contained a strong thread of faith, she became convinced that this new season is a time for BOLD FAITH. She has found a deep connection speaking to women who are discouraged, feeling hopeless, and sometimes even wondering, “Where is God?” in the midst of their suffering.
A new season has indeed arrived and Justina is here to share it with you.
What makes Janice Hoffman unique? Janice’s background comes from being Dr. John Gray’s protege and teaching the first Mars Venus Workshop in 1997. That workshop was the beginning of a meaningful relationship working Dr. John Gray and the Mars Venus Institute. Janice is the author of the award-winning book, Relationship Rules ~ 12 Strategies for Creating a Love That Lasts. Men especially like each chapter’s “How-To” section.
Janice specializes in helping both genders apply the right tools to improve the quality of their relationships. Men and women now have a “communication toolbox” they can use to increases peace and love in their lives. For over 18 years, Janice has been speaking to audiences nationally and coached men and women on our many differences. According to Dr. John Gray and Dr. Jerry Jampolsky, Relationship Rules should live on every couple’s nightstand.What motivates the opposite sex? What influences behavior? If Men Are From Mars and Women Are From Venus, how do we get along on earth? Let Janice show you how to bridge the gender gap in your world. Create your own road map for effective and easy-to-use relationship skills.
Since 1998, Janice has been a member of the National Speakers Association and has been nominated twice NSA/Colorado Member of the Year. She is a member Colorado Independent Publishers Association, and the Colorado Professional Clergy Association. She has served on the Advisory Board for Consumer & Family Studies for the State of Colorado.Janice’s sincere and warm spirit and her knowledge of gender differences are invaluable. http://janicehoffman.com/
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When I watch a documentary that address cultural affairs and social values, I walk away with a different perceptive. How do they effect you????
What inspires filmmakers to produce such valuable movies to help us understand our culture and others better?
It's my pleasure to introduce you to our featured guest for this week the Emmy award-winning producer Charles Hobson. Mr. Habson is the founder of Vanguard Documentaries and has been producing films of cultural and social value for over thirty years. Mr. Hobson also co-produced films with PBS, BBC, Arte, ITVS, and many other notable networks.
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Tune in for another special edition of That's Entertainment as I talk with actor Dan Bucatinsky. Bucatinsky has starred in such shows as "Grey's Anatomy," "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Weeds." But it was his role as "James Novak" in ABC's "Scandal," which won him an Emmy for his guest role on the popular series. Bucatinsky is also a best-selling author for his book, "Does This Baby Make Me Look Straight?" and he has created a web series with actress Lisa Kudrow call "Web Therapy," which earned an Emmy nomination. Now he can be seen on the hit NBC's comedy show, "Marry Me" starring Tim Meadows. Tune in Tuesday, November 25 at 10:30am ET as I talk with Emmy Award winner Dan Bucatinsky on www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs or call in to listen at 347-637-2656.
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