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Luke Potter is a young artist / songwriter from the UK who’s starting to make a buzz with his songs. At the age of 17, Luke picked up an acoustic guitar for the first time and started writing songs not only about love but also about growing up…In a short time he’s become a natural songwriter and emerging artist in the making. Music Week selected Luke as one of their ten ‘favorite’ new talents of 2011 and commented saying “Luke’s songs are beautiful.” Promo Only agrees saying it’s “exciting hearing such a fresh new and exciting talent like Luke… it’s perfect for US radio”.
In September 2013 he signed a management contract with WEG (Wright Entertainment Group) and Orrigami.
Since then he’s been even busier with writing trips to Sweden, Canada and USA during 2014 where he’s worked with some amazing collaborators.
He also did a short UK school tour and a small tour (10 shows) in the USA in July / August 2014 to a great reaction.
With a great catalogue of songs ready to go Luke will be putting out new music and videos soon!
Luke will join Take 2 Radio Music on Wednesday, September 10th at 3pm eastern/8pm GMT (UK) We will play his brand new song "It's Ok to Dream" as well as other songs.
According to Fox News, a Gazan journalist, preferring not to be identified, said, "You need to understand that Palestinian blood has been shed by Hamas itself. Living under Hamas is a tragedy.” He also said, "Nobody can forgive Hamas for what they’re doing. No one can forgive Hamas for butchering Palestinians to get power. Most Gazans hate Hamas with a passion." He also said, “The only reason Hamas rules Gaza is because of its ruthless iron fist and military dictatorship. We would love to have an independence from both Fatah and Hamas, who are profiting off the Palestinian people. We need to rule ourselves.” According to an editor of a Gaza media outlet, many Gazans were quiet until recently out of fear of criticizing Hamas. Why the fear? Clearly because of Hamas's ruthlessness in murdering their critics, many times by just labelling them as Israeli "collaborators." Finally, a brave journalist speaks up and says the truth. He finally said what the western anti-Israel liberal left doesn't want the world to know: living under Hamas is a tragedy and no one can forgive Hamas for butering the Arab people in Gaza and using them as pawns in their war against Israel. The journalist broke the Pallywood hold and said it as it is. But that's not all. Even a low level Government employee in Gaza [an employee of the Hamas terror regime] Ziad Abu Halool admitted that Hamas hid their rockets in civilian areas and, according to the Washington Post, said that tired of watching Hamas firing rockets and then praying that an Israeli retaliation won't destroy his neighborhood.
Stuff Tina Turner, Rage Against The Machine, and Alanis Morrisette into an industrial-grade mixer and crank the sumbitch up to 12. Add a fifth of Hennessey, light up a Newport and watch the roof explode.
Unmeasurable energy. Enormous passion and power. A phenomenal set of pipes. These are the qualities that have attracted collaborators like Big Proof of D12 (who gave Steffanie her nickname Steff Chris), and producer Emanuel (Eman) Kiriakou. They are on display when she opens for artists like Taproot and Thousand Foot Krutch, Erykah Badu, and Talib Kweli. They are the reason shes the secret weapon of jessica Care moores Black Women Rock revues, where she routinely holds her own on stage with rock goddesses like Tamar Kali, Res, Joi, and Dionne Farris.
I can sing anything, but I make rock and roll music, Steffanie says. I already know I don't fit into your mold. I am not here to fit into it. I was born and raised to break it!
On her debut album, Way Too Much, Steffanie Christian gives you more in-your-face, Detroit rock and roll than you can handle. Shell leave you spent, exhausted, and mesmerized, motionless on the floor, begging for one more hit.
Crystal L. Bass is an American author, playwright, freelance writer, and motivational speaker. Bass has used her platform to uncover and illuminate issues that are important to young women, to ultimately empower and strengthen them. Her hit stage play titled, "Ain't No Love Like A Mother's Love," opens in Baltimore City Nov. 15. Kehinde Koyejo, Artistic Director, InterACT Works, is curator of the 10-minute one-act play series “Don’t Call Me Crazy: A Glimpse into the World of Mental Illness: An Afternoon of Short Plays and Dialogue at the Joyce Gordon Gallery, 3 p.m. 406 14th Street in Oakland, Sun., Sept. 7, then in a reprise “Through the Eyes of Buddha at SGI-USA, Oakland Buddhist Center, 3834 Opal Street in Oakland, Sept. 14, at 1 p.m. Kehinde (“Next Step”) is joined by participating playwrights: Nathan Yungerberg (“Golden Gate”) and Kineithea Carter (“Depression Daughter”). Visit http://www.interactworks.org/upcoming-interactions.htm Poets Genny Lim and Steve Dickison join us to talk about “Struggle for a New World: Fred Ho Memorial Tribute,” Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, 2:00-4:30 p.m. at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center, 2 p.m., 388-9th Street, upstairs Rm. 290, (510) 637-0455. Admission is free. This remarkable landmark gathering of Fred Ho's artistic collaborators, ranging from composers, musicians, poets, singers, storytellers and activists, have come together to pay homage to this great baritone saxophone-composer, cultural activist, teacher, author, pioneer and legend. To listen to Fred Ho http://www.mp3olimp.net/fred-ho/ We close with a conversation with San Francisco native, Barry “Shabaka” Henley, about the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre production of the World Premiere of his Mingus Remixed, directed by Delroy Lindo Sept. 5-6 in San Francisco, www.lhtsf.org
Join me as I talk with Marjorie Schoelles, CEO of MsXmedia and one of my Soulmates in Business! A former VP of marketing for a national corporation, Marjorie now assists others to connect their purpose and their business.
"I believe that we are each born creative and whole, with a soul purpose. Our highest good is when we use our energy, intelligence and gifts to build our life on the foundation of our purpose". Marjorie Schoelles CEO, MsXmedia
Sometimes we are attracted to business partners or collaborators for healthy reasons, in balance and in harmony with a complimentary partnering of our blueprint, utilizing our strengths and innate gifts and power. Other times, we can be attracted to a business partner/collaborator for unhealthy reasons, such as feelings of deficiency ("that person will make me more successful") or feelings of powerlessness ("I can't do it without that person"). We'll talk about the differences in these scenarios, and how to get free of unhealthy collaborations.
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Eighteen year-old Lena Fayre started her journey in Hollywood working with Golden Globe winning producer Jimmy Harry and emerging producer Sean Gould to create a set of deliciously melodic and energizing songs. She then recorded with award winning producer Chris Keup in the White Star Sound studio in Virginia, with collaborators ranging from the Dirty Projectors’ Olga Bell, to Bon Iver’s multi/instrumentalist Reggie Pace and acclaimed folk artist Sanders Bohlke. Upon her return to L.A., Lena completed the album in collaboration with three time Grammy nominated producer John Alagia. Her debut EP, OKO was released August 5, 2014 at a party in Los Angeles.
Pop-rock band War Poets are uncompromising social justice advocates who have infiltrated the pop-rock genre using smart hooks and compelling narratives to invite listeners to consider their social and political perspectives. The Minneapolis, Minnesota-based group has garnered favorable comparisons to Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, and the Replacements.And like these artists, War Poets draw on Americana, pop, and rock to achieve an aesthetic that’s refined but rootsy. They are releasing 3 EPs in 2014: American Police State, Hot and Cold: American Relationships, and Searching for the American Dream.
Wednesday, Aug 13, 6pm EDT: Mitchell's guest this evening is author of Blue Mind: How Water Makes You Happier, More Connected and Better at What You Do , Wallace J. Nichols.
This book draws together the psychological, health & spiritual importance of water in our lives, from surviving to thriving, from relaxation to creativity.
J. Nichols culls from several domains, from environmental thinking to neuroscience.
His research and expeditions have taken him to coasts and waterways across North, Central and South America, to Asia, Africa, Australia, and Europe where he continually finds that the emotional connection to waters of all kinds--rather than force of finacial gain--is what keeps his colleagues and collaborators working hard to understand and restore our blue planet.
He has authored and co-authored more than 50 scientific papers and reports and his work has been broadcast on NPR, BBC, PBS, National Geographic and Animal Planet and featured in Time, Newsweek, GQ, Outside Magazine, Fast Company, Scientific American and New Scientist, among others. Purchase Dr. Nichols' Books
Lately J and his team are working on the Blue Mind Collective, merging the fields of cognitive science and aquatic exploration, and sharing their findings across many diverse sectors of society with the goal of increasing appreciation for healthy oceans and waterways.
Join Mitchell in his dialogue with J. Nichols about the interface of water, neuroscience, health, creativity and well-being.
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The talk continues...Resisting this toxic life system...
No one want to believe they are collaborators and apologists for atrocity...but we are...
This life system so dominates us that we want change that still keeps the slaves slaves and the powerful powerful. We still want our bourbon and blues as one man said to me. We still want our comfort and the illusion of security and rights. We still support the statist domination culture...WHAT CAN WE DO???
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This week's showcase shines a spotlight on Laura Light of Asheville, North Carolina. With a sultry blend of traditional American music, this singer/song writer has been captivating audiences for over thirty years. A unique style of swinging folk is reminiscent of a more simple time. Her music is ageless and demands the best musical collaborators. Performing with the Avant Gardeners and looking to KickStart a new album, we are ecstatic to have her on our program.
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Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves we will have a transformative conversation with Laurie Marshall. She is the Founder of Unity Through Creativity. As well as Laurie is one collaborators and educators of the Create Peace Project. ,whose mission is to promote the practices of peace and spread the message of hope and good will using creativity to youth around the world. Laurie also participated in Art 4 All Peoples, Arts and Healing festival at their 13th curated exhibtion MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing at Commonweals Institute for Art and Healing in Bolinas with her project Singing Trees.
Laurie Marshall is a Marin County, CA artist, teacher and spiritual activist. She has been on the cutting edge of project-based learning in public schools for thirty years. With a bachelors in history and education from Antioch College and a masters in art and education from Beacon College, she is a certified K-12 art and secondary social studies teacher. Laurie has also trained over 3,000 teachers in visual literacy for the Polaroid Foundation, led visual art and mural making workshops, facilitated leadership training and conflict prevention with NASA, the Department of Interior, and the Army Corps of Engineers. Her book, Beating the Odds Now! – Ten Steps for Teachers to Meet the Standards and Still Love What You Do, is used in teaching project-based learning around the world.
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