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We invited Joseph Friday as guest on the radio show. I met him through a friend of mine working for Exxon Mobil and he was introduced as one major clean up person in Exxon Mobil in Eket, Akwa Ibom State. He is a real professional clean up person. He is our hero. We always wanted to see good clean up in the Niger Delta.
Do not also miss listening to P-Square, “Danger” “Wahala” (problem) can be solved if we all put our heads together.
Hideko Nagashima ........Host of the show
Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc. Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change.
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Featuring Host Martin Campbell and Co-Host Ron Mayer
Martin Campbell is an author and business executive who is dedicated to helping people improve their lives by assisting them in finding out who they are and who they want to be. From being a councillor to writing about bringing understanding, unity and joy into people’s lives, his focus has always been on people’s core needs. As a dedicated supporter of individual spirituality, Martin believes humanity’s last major hurdle is in achieving individual empowerment and freedom. He knows first-hand that expanding human or individual spiritually is not always easy, nor accepted - no matter who you are. He firmly believes it is through our love and individual paths, that together we will propel humanity to its greatest heights. Yet he recognizes that it has been his life’s traumatic events, which provided him with the opportunity to grow stronger. Martin is grateful for all that has occurred. His joys and sorrows have made him who he is today. He says for that - he is truly thankful.
Ron Mayer has always been a Spiritual Seeker, or as his elder, Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha puts it, “A Spiritual Archeologist.” He has an interest in ALL things spiritual as well as a love of art and music, and plays the piano and guitar. He loves to “watch people.”
Ron has come to the realization that self-development is never complete or a finished process, and when our journey of self-discovery begins, it is a forever endeavor from the heart.
Expect him to bringing fresh, new and at times controversial ideas about Spiritual Ascension, the science and spirituality of the art of bio-regenesis.
Born in Louisiana, Wes Ricks' music is a by-product of his Choctaw Indian roots, but oddly enough, his musical journey began in Vietnam. From 1966 to 1967 he was a "River Rat" for the U.S. Navy patrolling the waters -- "a sitting duck" in a small 2-man boat, often 24-hour days, looking for Viet Cong and smugglers carrying contraband -- drugs, munitions and anything that would aid the enemy. After his tour of duty Wes signed up for guitar and keyboard lessons through the Phoenix VA Health System's Recreation Therapy program. But soon after, as he and his late wife, Margie walked through the Mall in Tempe, AZ the distinctive sound of a pentatonic flute being played by Native American flutist, Sagio called to him -- and Wes was hooked. His musical career was put on hold for 12 years, while he cared for his wife until her death in 2007. Now, he volunteers at the VA, travels and through his music Wes expresses his "inner self." His heritage, heartache, harrowing experiences and happiness are all part of his music. Oliver Wendell Holmes said: "Many people will die with their music still in them." But Wes Ricks won't be one of those people.
Call into live show 12/20/2014 at this 408-418-5050 access code 81810#
Nell Simmons - R&B Artist 2:15pm
Phenomenal Singer who has been blazing the scene as of late. One of the most powerful voices in the world this woman will blow you away. If you were to ask Nell who she is and what she contributes to the industry Nell says "I am something of the opposite having come to the industry only recently and largely in isolation." My story is about someone who came to make music later in life and had to do so using modern desktop technology and the internet to produce and promote more out of necessity than anything else. I think I can provide some insights for other emerging artists trying to find their way in the modern music industry.
Teddy Garcia - Singer/Songwriter Blues Jazz Artist 3:15pm
Teddy Garcia (48) in an emerging singer/songwriter, anchored in the blues tradition but drawing from many different contemporary styles to create his unique sound. Teddy’s musical style is diverse, with elements of jazz, latin, soul, rock and even funk in the songs though generally they all have an origin in the blues. His vocal style is smooth and mellow with melodic, clean guitar solos complimenting the lyrical content. His songs often relate to the classic blues themes of love, fatalism and restlessness.
L. Young - R&B Artist 4:15pm
L. Young has established himself as an artist, writer, and performer. He has been credited for writing, music, and production for several artists, as well as platinum selling soundtracks. “My music is the bridge to all my dreams, and the starting point for my main purpose on this planet. Through music I'm learning who I actually am as a person,”
Sister Jenna is an award-winning spiritual leader, author, radio talk show host, renowned speaker and founder and director of the Meditation Museum in the Washington Metropolitan Area. For decades, she has demonstrated an extraordinary level of improvement in the quality of lives of people ranging from heads of government to children in villages.
She has traveled to over 80 countries where she continues to provide practical life tools and solutions that empower people to foster and build stronger relationships. Her wisdom, peace, and compassion for humanity are expressed through the variety of initiatives she spearheads for youths, women, governments, and communities. Her voice of influence ranges from government and corporate platforms to critical current day issues.
Sister Jenna is the recipient of numerous awards and proclamations including, the President’s Lifetime National Community Service Award, Every Day Hero Award by the Foundation for Better Life and the Friendship Archway Awards, to name a few.
She is board emeritus of the United Religions and holds an honorary PhD in Spiritual Transformation from The Zambuling Institute. She is also the director of the Washington, D.C. Branch of the Brahma Kumaris, a worldwide organization with over 8,500 branches in 120 countries. She is a Huffington Post blogger, host of the popular, America Meditating Radio Show, and a host for two upcoming TV shows, “Soul Search” in which she travels around the country searching for groups who are looking for inner peace and another called “Soul Talk” in which she interviews political leaders on their spiritual side.
Host: Rebecca L. Norrington
FB: Rebecca L. Norrington & Reality Spirituality
Rayvon Owen began his music career singing in choirs, touring with gospel artists and performing in local musicals. He moved to Nashville to perfect his skills in writing while performing at popular clubs and showcases in Music City. Influenced by artists like Lionel Richie, John Legend, Katy Perry, and Stevie Wonder he has developed his own voice as a performer and reflective songwriter. He released his first single, and will kick off a West Coast Tour 12/19/14 in Los Angeles.
Walter Strauss is a many layered musician who has developed a completely unique guitar style combining ancient string instrument rhythms from West Africa and modern acoustic guitar picking and strumming – a very, very high level of skill.. He plays solo and with Mamajowali, a trio with Joe Craven and Mamadou Sidibe. Strauss has released two solo CDs, Planet Solitaire and Pulling Shadows, and a new self-titled EP by the Manajowali trio.
Don't Give Up Radio show is designed for people who have already over come great challenges but still have a way to go reaching their goals. The show speaks to the listener's soul via the words of guest, their life experiences and songs that pulled them out of the abyss. Jacquie wants the listener to be their own best hero, because the greatest hero of all, thought they were worth it and gave his life for them.
Guest: Contessa Brown, Founder/CEO/Director of Cafe Soul
Join the movement of youth ownership..of the airways! As Sajdah and Marilli, the first 11 year-olds on American Muslim 360 to have their own show, showcase the best times with the brightest minds.Tonight's show features FOI, son of a war hero and Grand father of Sajdah , Frank Turner 21x.
Join me for a rambling half hour of live Radio from Rocks & Things. Unless the Universe has other plans I am going to talk about Dogs, thearchetypal hero and what is happening as I understand it for the Solstice.
However, that can change if someone with an interesting story to tell wanders into the store. We will just go with the flow of the Universe.
If we do get to talk about what I have planned we are going to look at the archetypal Heroes Journey, the archetypes that support that journey and the Ultimate Result of the Heroes Journey.
If time allows I would also like to talk the Solstice from a couple of different perspectives:
Join me live if I can figure out the computer thing or come on into the store for a holiday hootinanny.
Jody Blankinship Harris is a hero to many people even though she might not know why… Jody has dealt with a situation hundreds of thousands of people experience daily and when she felt enough was enough, she invented a product that is an answer prayer! Tune into Tell Me a Story today to find out about ZippedMe and why YOU will be singing the praises of this mother, grandmother, business woman, INVENTOR! Visit Jody's website www.zippedme.com as well as find her on Facebook, www.facebook.com/zippedme .Tell Me a Story is LIVE every Friday 1:30pm EST and here is where you go to LISTEN and CHECK the SCHEDULES www.blogtalkradio.com/themagichappens. Also READ the TERRIFIC ARTICLES we post every month www.themagichappens.com and be sure to check out the archives as well! We are also on Facebook, Twitter, YOU Tube and Pinterest so CONNECT with The Magic Happens!
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is challenging for many. There are times these individuals perform and times they under perform. The inconsistency leads many to doubt their abilities. They build barriers to hide, to protect themselves, and in some cases use different personas to hide in plain sight. In this episode, we talk to ADDiva Linda Roggli (http://www.addiva.net). Linda shares her combined experience as an individual and a coach and illuminates how many use personas like the “perfectionist,” the “ditz,” the “super hero,” and others to deflect and protect. More importantly, she talks about the long-term effect of using such personas, how exhausting it is, and its impact on your inner self. If you identify with this or feel you masquerade in different ways so you won’t be found out, then you can’t miss this show!
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works. Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.
RICKY “FREEZE” SMITH BIO:
Ricky D. Smith (was born March 25, 1960) is an American musician, songwriter, and producer. He was reared in a Christian home at an early age, where music became and inevitable part of his future. At the age of five Ricky discovered his talent on drums, which later branched into other interest in the piano, organ and bass guitar.
Ricky made his debut at 7 years old, where he began playing drums in church along side with his mother who was a great pianist, organist, and choir director, which lead himalso to play with Billy Preston for concerts in church.
Ricky’s Music Career began at the age of seventeen where he went on tour playing drums and keyboards for the pop singing group (The Sylvers). This thrilling experience ranged from Concert Halls, State Fairgrounds, to Stadiums filled with screaming fans that every aspiring musician dreams of… This connection with the group prompted extensive collaborations with Leon Sylvers for several Albums he was producing, at that time was asked to play keyboards for Solar Recording group (Dynasty), and this is where songwriting and producing records began.
Ricky was introduced to Morris Day in 1985 and played keyboards on the “Color of Success” album. Morris and Ricky went to work putting together the band for the Tour, and they hit the road to sold out shows all over the country. Ricky and Morris also put together an all girl band signed to Warner Bros. called (The Day Zs) too. They still hit the road every year as Morris Day and The Time!!!
Ricky “Freeze” Smith
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