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The place for REAL Hip Hop, Soul/R&B, Spoken Word and social issues effecting the the Hip Hop Community. I also will be featuring artist and people on the show that want to get there stuff out to the masses. So with that said, If you have music, poetry, topics, buisness commercials that you want broacasted, hit me up @email@example.com?.fecting the the Hip Hop Community.
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Murray, UT – Gospel artist Mahalia Jackson said, “When you sing gospel you have a feeling there is a cure for what's wrong.” When someone sings from the heart in praise of God, it fills their spirit, restores their faith and inspires fellow believers.
Mama's Temple Church Choir is a Pentecostal gospel choir led by Minister of Music Rosalind E. Cazares. Named for Rosalind’s mother, Dr. Rosemary (Mama) Redmon Cosby, the choir has since gone to become one of the most renowned in the country, even performing with contemporary artists like Reba McEntire, Lyle Lovett, Michael Bolton and Celine Dion.
“We’re keeping Mama’s legacy alive,” says Rosalind.
Mama and her four children left Indianapolis in 1961 after Mama received a call from God. Rosalind herself has been singing gospel music since she was seven years old, and at its peak, the choir featured over 250 members singing its songs of praise.
But the choir had fallen on hard times in 1983 and would have remained that way until Rosalind answered her own call from God.
“I had a dream that I was leading my mother’s choir,” Rosalind recalls. “She called me back two weeks later and asked me, ‘Do you think you can direct the choir?” I said ‘I believe I can.’ It is hard work, but I love it. It’s in my heart.”
Under the direction of the Cazares, the choir has brought its unique traditional gospel music to countless venues throughout the state of Utah for over 30 years, performing everything from “Amazing Grace” to Pharrell's “Happy.”
“When I sing these songs it fills my spirit. I feel God, so of course you’ve got to get that shout in,” laughs Cazares. “It’s a really good feeling to hear the sound of all these voices singing His praise. God can hear us.”
During this transitional season I have made a habit out of taking day trips to Ft. Worth for hot yoga and sushi. I love the experience of a challenging hot yoga session followed with a cultural visit to local sushi restraurants. It has become one of my favorite things to do this summer, and is by far my greatest reset when I start to get off track.
On this episode of Breathe Sexy Live I will be discussing some of the benefits I have recieved from hot yoga, as well as reviewing the latest sushi restaurant I visited yesterday.
Please join my conversation with, Medearis Dixon, 19-year-old jazz musician who has played music for 10 years but professionally for 5 years.
Medearis plays 13 different instruments, but specialize in piano and saxophone, his main sax is the alto. His first instrument was the trumpet, which he started in 5th grade and he played with his first jazz musician Darren by middle school.
Later he attended Renton High School where I later was apart of the 6:30 am jazz band, went to the Naacp Afro-Academic Cultural Technological Scientific Olympics of the mind competition (or Act-So) to compete in instrumental contemporary music.
There he met jazz musician Mike phillips, and Dr. Otto Gomez, played with jazz musicians Branford Marsalis, Michael powers, Victor Janusz and much more. His first teacher was named Gary Hamon, and then I later switched on to Jordon Ruwe. Currently he gigs around Seattle just to keep his chops up and look for opportunities to play to crowds at other venues.
This show will showcase the artist and you will hear it all live, "In The Artist’s Own Words."
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Learn strategies and tips for Detox Do's and Don'ts, increasing energy, the 90/10 rule for good health and pleasure, and more from Dr. Francis, who provides holstic medical services to Rock and Roll Performing Artists while they are tour!
Dr. Gabrielle Francis has been practicing holistic medicine for over 26 years. She utilizes Chiropractic, Naturopathic Medicine, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and Massage to treat a broad range of maladies and restore optimal health and balance to her patients.
Dr. Francis has post-graduate studies and degrees in Environmental Medicine and Toxicology, Functional Medicine, Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, Fertility Enhancement, Mind Body Medicine and Neurotransmitter & Endocrine Support. She has traveled the globe extensively studying the medicine and healing techniques from many indigenous cultures including China, India, Belize, Guatemala, Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil, Cuba and Morocco.
In addition to her private practice in NYC and workshops, she is the sole proprietor of Backstage Alternative, a mobile practice that provides holistic medical services to Rock and Roll Performing Artists and production companies while they are on tour. Her new book "The Rockstar Remedy: A Rock-and Roll Doctor's Prescription for Living a Long, Healthy Life" is due to be released Dec. 2014 and is based on her years of helping famous bands and production companies stay healthy, energized and feeling great while on tour. You can learn more about her work and sign up for her free monthly newsletter at: http://www.theherbanalchemist.com/.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
Education & Business Double Header: How can jazz musicians help improve urban education? In what ways can teacher training be modified to better prepare educators for the challenges of urban classroom environments? Dr. Joshua Renick shares his experience as a jazz musician and educator in the South Bronx during the first hour of Trading Fours. Business Model Innovator Karl Burrow of Karllestone Capital in Tokyo join us for the second hour of Trading Fours to discuss creative design for organizations in Japan and emerging markets in South East Asia.
Join us today, Friday, July 11, 2014, for a special Trading Fours Double Header: 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) and "Get in on the rhythm."
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