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Actor, Director Brian Gaskill has a new project that he needs his fans help with raising funds to bring to life. Please join us as we chat with Brian about this new project, "The Speech" and you can see more information and donate NOW here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1883854594/the-speech-inside-of-you
Actor, writer, director, Brian Gaskill is well known for his roles on All My Children, Guiding Light, Port Charles, The Bold and the Beautiful, and As the World Turns joins Take 2 Radio to discuss his upcoming projects.
Brian's latest project he wrote and directed is called The Speech
Find out more when Take 2 Radio chats with Brian on Thursday, August 22rd at 7pm eastern time.
Brian Gaskill, who many know best as Rafe from ABC Daytime's Port Charles, will be appearing on BWR!
Gaskill, who first came on the scene in Models, Inc., went on to star in All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, As the World Turns, and Guiding Light. Hear what he has been up to and offer support to get Brian Gaskill back on ABC Daytime!
Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves actor/director Brian Gaskill. Soap fans know Brian from his epic portrayal of "Rafe Kovich" the angel and vampire hunter on the now defunct daytime drama, Port Charles. After the cancellation of Port Charles, Brian went on to star on the daytime drama, Bold and The Beautiful in the role of "Oscar Marone". After his role on Bold and the Beautiful, he went on to star on now cancelled daytime drama, As The World Turns and as Reva Shayne's son, "Dylan Lewis" on the now defunct daytime drama, Guiding Light.
Before daytime came calling, Brian made his television debut on the primetime drama, Models Inc. in the lead role of "David Michaels", the son of the founder and owner of Models Inc., whose portrayer was none other than Linda Gray from nighttime drama, Dallas fame.
Recently, Brian has been cast as the mysterious bad boy, "Chase", in THE BAY’s upcoming summer special, THE BAY: DARKSIDE OF THE BAY.
Additionally, Brian has directed music videos and also has a spoken word poetry album titled, Make It Real, which is available on CD Baby.
SHARING THE STORY
Why is it so important for trauma and domestic violence victims to tell their stories? Are they just sharing cautionary tales, or does the telling make a difference?
It turns out that telling a trauma narrative does help with recovery for victims. Research also shows that sharing the story can also help minimize psychological effects that can follow. At least one organization recognizes this and has helped survivors with the telling in at least one special project.
Brian Pinero is the chief programs officer at the National Domestic Violence Hotline and its youth-focused program, loveisrespect. He’s going to talk with us about a project designed to facilitate survivors’ stories and the results of that project. Prior to joining The Hotline, he supervised youth shelter services, was an investigator at Child Protective Services and worked as a juvenile probation officer. Brian is a member of the National Advisory Board for Crisis Text Line and holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Texas.
Join us Saturday as we explore the importance of telling the story and how we can do that effectively. Call-in to share how your story or that of others has helped you deal with life experiences. (646) 378-0430.
Live at 11 am Pacific time, or go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways
Join co-hosts Eric Lamb and Brian Draus, as they welcome baseball expert and writer, Billy Brost to the program! We will take a look at the flurry of trade activity that occurred prior to the MLB non-waiver trade deadline! Who were the winners? Who were the losers? Who do we have to wait and see about? Find out how your favorite team did during the recent flurry of trades, and how things should shape up for the rest of this exciting baseball season
LOTL The Comfort Zone Welcomes Lindsey Webster, debuts new CD " You Change "
NEW YORK (June 17, 2015) Do you remember that moment when you first heard Anita Baker or Sade; the effortless, sultry, and soaring vocal that captures all of your attention? Lindsey Webster’s delicate and powerful voice takes you to that place - an unabashed nod to the greats and yet 100 percent Lindsey. The Soul Songstress is proud to announce the release of her sophomore album, You Change, via Atlanta Records on July 17. The album is an eloquent collection of work showcasing Webster’s expressive vocals and uncanny talent and the two lead singles “Fool Me Once” and “Open Up” are out now and available to stream HERE. “"You Change” shows the growth we’ve made as artists since our first album; in both our songwriting and who we are as artists. From a delicate song like “Bleed”, a song about utter heartbreak, to an anthem like “I’m Strong”, we explore many facets of our songwriting and are extremely happy with the result”, states Webster.
In 2009, Lindsey met her partner, Keith Slattery, and started performing professionally. Together, with a band of world-class musicians, they’ve performed over 600 shows in venues including Bearsville Theater, Levon Helm Studios, Helsinki Hudson, Daryl’s House, The Falcon, The Lambs Club, Rockwood Music Hall, The Red Lion, and Groove.
The success of her first album and winning “Best Acoustic Song” in the Independent Music Awards caught the eye of Brian Hurst from UK’s soulandjazz.com. Hurst brought Webster to Atlanta Records, who signed her to release her second album, You Change.
Sticks and Brian wil be talking about issues .
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