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Since his first record release of Gonna Have a Party in 1958, his first chart record That's What I Call Livin' in 1961 and his first number one recording of Hitch Hikin' on RCA in 1964, DICK DAMRON has written over 500 songs and recorded more than 30 CDs, cassettes and vinyl records.
Dick has performed in thousands of venues around the world, ranging from tiny country halls and clubs, to Las Vegas casinos and some of the largest Country Music Festivals. He has won almost every Country Music Award in Canada, as well as 5 Texas Awards and was twice named Foreign Artist of the Year in Europe.
His records and music can still be heard on classic country radio stations around the world, as well as online and satellite radio. Dick spends his summers in his hometown of Bentley, Alberta and winters in Mexico.
Dick Damron is a proud member of the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame, Canadian Country Music Hall of Honour, Alberta Country Music Hall of Fame and the International Country Music Hall of Fame. His words and music reveal far more than this short bio can capture so his autobiography titled The Legend & The Legacy published in 1998 is worth the read.
Tune in to get caught up with Dick Damron and hear stories from his life and music career - plus some of his songs and the stories behind them,
About Nicole Banks :"I'm a New Yorker born and bred. Graduated from John Jay College of Criminal justice. I'm a lover of all things that make me happy, stuffing my face with home cooked meals is one of them. I love dancing and writing and the beach and anything has to do with summer! Music is my muse and will forever be my first love! Music is what inspires me to write."
About "Shattered Vol. 1" in the Shattered hearts series: "Two childhood friends, beaten down by life, find their way back to each other after years of pain and torment. As passion and desire rises, can Jasmine and Angel find solace in each other’s arms? Or, are the shattered pieces of their lives too much for either of them to put back together?"
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Banks Helfrich has been everything from a professional triathlete to a circus clown, a Harpo Marx look-alike at Universal Studios (Orlando FL) to David Letterman's the Ball Guy from "Is this Anything?" He is also a filmmaker, and writes and directs a feature every two years. In 2009, "the donut, the balloon and the lifesaver" created buzz on the film festival circuit. "the ah of life," has captured attention with the Audience Choice Award at UNA George Lindsey Film Festival, Best Feature at Independents' Film Festival, Best Trailer at Fearless Film Festival and acceptances at San Antonio Film Festival and Woods Hole Film Festival. These are just examples. All his films certainly have captured an audience.
His newest project is a very cerebral but funfilm called "fat, dumb and happy." The film follows Walter Quill, a writer who thinks he is God and who has a wife who pays more attention to the dogs than she does to him (or her kids). His kids similarly ignore him. Meanwhile, he has six weeks to get a finished best-selling novel to his agent. By looking at his own life, he is able to create a more happy reality in his own head. The juxtaposition between fantasy and reality leads him to ask the hard questions, like "Why is happiness so elusive" and "how do I brush too hard when I'm using a soft bristle brush?"
Chapter 1 of How Not To Lose Your Bass In Business by Dick Powell
For Emmy Award winning journalist, Tamara Banks, the statement, “One Person Can Make a Difference,” is more than just words.
Ms. Banks is currently using her 20 years of journalism experience to evoke positive social change in our community and globally through excellence in journalism and civic engagement.
She is a freelance correspondent for Al Jazeera America, a host and producer for Colorado Public Television’s “Studio 12,” and correspondent and host for a number of local and national TV news programs.
Ms. Banks is preparing for her seventh trip to Sudan and South Sudan where she is focusing on a new genocide happening in the Nuba Mountains. Ms. Banks has also traveled to Uganda where she interviewed child soldiers as well as to Rwanda a number of times where she reported on that country’s post genocide challenges and successes.
The short version of her documentary film, “The Long Journey Home” was accepted into the 2009 Hollywood Film Festival, “HollyShorts.”
Ms. Banks also covered the devastating earthquake in Haiti. And she was embedded with U.S. and Iraqi Security forces to cover yet another untold story: U.S. and Coalition Forces training, mentoring and empowering Iraqis before the U.S. pulled out of the war torn country.
Ms. Banks is well known as a respected former anchor and reporter for WB 2 News in Denver, Colorado before becoming a national and international freelance journalist. Her work has appeared on ABC News, HDNET’s World Report, CNN, BBC World, FOX News, Al Jazeera America.
Tamara is also an equestrian and plays polo, the sport of kings (and queens).
Janice Dick began writing intentionally in 1989. Her historical trilogy was released in 2002, 2003 and 2004, the first two books winning First Place in the Canadian Christian Writing Awards, and the third being shortlisted for the same. Besides writing historical fiction, she has also crafted devotionals, inspirational pieces and book reviews, and put in many hours of editing, mentoring, and speaking (workshops, presentations, readings). Her first contemporary fiction manuscript awaits either publication or extensive revision, and a new historical fiction series was just released (October 2013).
Janice was born and raised in southern Alberta, Canada into an ethnic Mennonite farm family. She was blessed with a loving and stable childhood, and lots of relatives who told stories of Russia, emigration and early life in Canada. After graduating from high school, Janice attended Bible college in Saskatchewan, where she met her future husband. They moved to a farm in central Saskatchewan after their marriage and raised three children there. They are now grandparents to ten amazing kids.
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