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I always LOVE when Zoey comes on to my show .. Zoe publishes a weekly forecast of each astrological sign and can be found on Facebook , Her Blogger , and does a show here on the Blogtalk Radio network. Zoe grew up in a small town in Ohio and moved to Los Angeles to pursue music. She signed a publishing deal with BMG Music, recorded for the legendary Clive Davis's Arista Records and toured across two continents. She headlined her own shows and opened for many personal favorites including David Bowie, Sir Elton John, Beck, and Hole. Having been initiated into the esoteric world at a very young age, it was just natural for Zoe to read charts for those she met on the road, on set, in the studio, or at her concerts.Zoe means 'circle of life' and is the root word for zodiac, and like her name implies, she began to come full circle when the film industry began pursuing her to read for them. She has spent the last years as a much sought-after counselor in private readings for top directors, producers, actors, writers, and other insiders who are trying to time their premieres, shoot dates, auditions, casting calls, contracts, and find the right chemistry between actors.Zoe writes for Northwest Womans Magazine, OM Times Magazine, Manchester Gossip, Glitterball Magazine, The Cosmic Path, Astrology Scopes, and Zoe Moon Astrology. She is in development with a new tv show to be announced shortly. http://zoemoonastrology.blogspot.com
I love having Zoey on , this will be a great show !
Zoe Moon began her journey as a singer/songwriter with BMG Music and Arista Records, traveling the country, connecting with others of varying spiritual disciplines, sharing song and insights, and honing her techniques as a reader. She worked in television and film where she connected with her first clients, a base which has grown by word of mouth, through referals. She works fulltime now as an astrologer, writing here and for GlitterBall Magazine, Manchester Gossip, The Cosmic Path, OM Times Magazine, Northwest Woman's Magazine, and Vault of Heaven. She has an upcoming tv show in development and 2 more in talks. You can request a private reading from Zoe by writing her here http://email@example.com
Singer/Bass Player Jeff Piccinini also known as Geoff Myles (aka) former original bassist for the legendary British punk rock bands Stormtrooper and Chelsea with Nashville guitarist Ernie Brady who formed Revenant in 2009 and are established with Chris Carpiniello on drums.
Musically this band blends the elements of a modern power trio, British rock and Jeff's and Chris's punk rock roots "Emerging From the Darkness" is the latest offering by the band that delivers an energetic vocal style with hook laden bass lines heralding old school guitar riffs with a modern edge all driven by the relentless energy of Chris Carpiniello on drums. .
Reggae Entertainer, songwriter and producer Ramize Yardsoul, hailing from Kingston, Jamaica born Vernon Smith on October 22, 1987, is progressively paving his way towards stardom. The island of Jamaica has long been world renown for its friendly people, warm climate and its rich musical heritage, rooted in the hardships, struggles and triumphs of the people. The popularity and success of Reggae legends such as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown and more recently the Diamond selling acts such as Shaggy and Chronixx has played a significant role in the widespread acceptance of this musical genre.“Yard Soul” also blossoms from his own ongoing love affair with music as a spiritual force that resonates deep within his soul and which he feels has the ability to move people and change their lives. .After having completed his first official debut project entitled, Love Potion: the Classics, with APS.Columbian, recently, Ramize has recorded and released two new singles “My Hideaway” and “In the City” catching the attention of popular DJ Host Ron Muschette of Irie Fm in Ochos Rios. Mr. Muschette was so impressed with Ramize’s talent and as an aspiring new Jamaican Artist, interviewed Ramize on his famous morning show “Wake up Call”. More recently, Ramize has caught international attention, with the number one radio station in East Africa, Imbaraga Radio and the number one internet radio station BDSRadio1 in Toronto Canada who has also recognized his talent and potential as a new uprising artist, by endorsing him and giving Ramize’s music aggressive airplay internationally. Presently Ramize has just released his new 3 song EP entitled “I wanna know EP”.Ramize has teamed up with Stolen From Africa / Volé D'Afrique, an arts education organization in Toronto, Canada that promotes empowerment through cultural and historical Awareness of the African Diaspora.
"Making Ordinary Extraordinary " Is somthing Samantha Goss lives by !
Samantha Goss is a Fine Art photographer. Art has always been her passion since she can remember. She originally started off as a fine art drawer and later found her passion for fine art photography. In her own words she says ,We all have ideas, stories, and dreams. I make mine come to life through my work. Not only am I expressing my inner most personal thoughts, I am also exposing other people’s as well giving them the okay to feel. With my work I’m letting my audience think, get lost, and even become part of the images itself. We all connect somehow and how I connect to other people is through photography. I've always said, “Where my words fail me, my images speak.”
Go see her work https://www.flickr.com/photos/sleepingawakephoto
Read her thoughts and Images http://www.sleepingawakephoto.blogspot.com
Join Holly Stephey as she talks to Ed Kleinman who in his words "This is my journey from listening to the bands of the mid 1950's to working with bands in the 60's and 70's. It is filled with stories regarding musicians in a time where the music industry was changing as quickly as the social and political climate."
One tells a story of days gone by. A flash of your history, a snapshot of an instant.
Be it a minute, an hour, a day, or a year, it matters none.
Something jogs your brain cells where past history is stored.
You smile, and you think you have something worth telling.
*Ed Kleinman’s story chronicles his 18 years in the music industry from 1966 to 1984. He started as a part-time roadie making just enough money to buy cigarettes and put gas into his car. Eventually, he was able to hang out with musicians and tell lovely young ladies, “I’m with a band. You wanna meet one of ‘em?”
It tells how he was able to form his own entertainment company until he left the business world of rock and roll.
Those years brought a great deal of change to the music world and to all corners of society. The youth fought for equality for all, protested the Vietnam War and marched against it. The music got stronger, more political and more active in supporting change.
The 18 years he had in the music industry helped him further his career and enrich his sales force development role.
Join him as he reminisces and relives his rock and roll journey.
*The Walrus and the Elephants: John Lennon's Years of Revolution, James A. Mitchell.
In late 1971 John Lennon left London and pop stardom behind and moved to New York City, eager to join a youth movement rallying for social justice and an end to the Vietnam War. Lennon was embraced by radicals and revolutionaries, the hippies and Yippies at odds with the establishment. Settling in Greenwich Village, the former Beatle was soon on the front lines of the antiwar movement, championing causes and inspiring solidarity—and suspicion. Seen as a savior by a generation in need of cultural heroes, Lennon was just as passionately hounded by a government anxious to silence enemies within its borders.The Walrus and the Elephants is told by the unlikely cast of friends, among them the members of Elephant's Memory, who were some of the few who got to know the man behind the Beatle. Exclusive interviews include writer and feminist leader Gloria Steinem; Congressional Black Caucus cofounder Ron Dellums; "Chicago Seven" veteran Rennie Davis; immigration attorney Leon Wildes; and legendary poet-activist John Sinclair, whose imprisonment for marijuana—ten years for two joints—kicked off Lennon's American journey. It was a busy year of making music and controversial TV appearances, allies and enemies. It was a time of great change in America, one that saw the end of the movements of the sixties, the beginning of a new era. The Walrus and the Elephants is a look back at that time and at the John Lennon who joined the revolution, through the eyes of those who dreamed, rallied, and fought alongside him.
Luke is a young artist / songwriter from the UK who’s starting to make a buzz with his songs.He cites “Iris” by The Goo Goo Dolls as the song that, the moment he heard it playing, made him realize he wanted to be a songwriter.Shortly after, 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. Other artists that have influenced Luke include the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Jason Mraz, Fountains of Wayne, Goo Goo Dolls and the music of his father who played in bands way back when! 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”.Luke’s debut radio single, “We’re Alive” impacted several stations on the East Coast in the summer of 2012, having top 30 airplay in Boston and San Francisco with video rotation at Hard Rock Cafes (“Great video”) around the world.January 2013 saw the release of Luke’s EP, ‘One Day’ which met with a great critical reaction. Luke has recorded an album of his songs with Bleu (Demi Lovato, Jonas Brothers…) and is just waiting patiently for the right time to release them to everyone. 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 in the USA in July / August 2014.With a great catalogue of songs ready to go Luke will be putting out new music and videos soon!
Gary’s professional performances, experience and knowledge of the music and recording industry have continued for over fifty years.His performance and recording credits include John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Mick Jagger, Stevie Wonder, Jerry Garcia, Neil Sedaka, Keith Moon, Paul Simon, 60’s soul singer Howard Tate and the legendary songwriter/producer Jerry Ragavoy. Gary is featured in John Lennon’s “Live in NYC” music video on MTV, VH-1, HBO and Showtime. He also appears in the feature film “Imagine”, Yoko’s “Then and Now” music video, Chuck Berry’s “Hail Hail Rock and Roll”, “The John Lennon Video Collection”, The John Lennon Anthology” [Box Set], as well as the documentary’s “The U.S. vs John Lennon”, “LENNONYC” PBS’s American Masters Series, and “Strange Fruit” the history of Apple records. Other TV performances with John Lennon include the Mike Douglas show, the Dick Cavett show, Dick Clark’s “Rolling Stone's 25 Years”, VH-1’s Legends and Behind the Music. As a singer/songwriter Gary has also recorded with his own groups, the Dynatones on Hanna Barbera records, Pig Iron on Columbia records and Elephants Memory on Apple records. Gary continues to record, perform, make appearances at Beatle shows and produce local acts. He wrote his first instructional book “Shortcuts” To Improving Your Bass Playing in 2006. Gary’s work is included in the new John Lennon exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.Gary released his first “Solo” CD “Pop Goes The Elephant” in the Fall of 2014.
Al Satterwhite has shot commercials, features & award-winning feature shorts as Director/Cameraman. He is currently working on several book and museum projects. His newest Project "The Secret of Muhammad Ali" Three versions will be printed: the General Edition (expected retail: $75), the Collector's Limited Edition (expected retail: $150) and the Artist's Limited Edition(expected retail: $500). These will all be First Edition books. Only 700 books will be available in the numbered and signed limited editions. Anyone interested should reserve their copy now as they may not be available in the same format later, and they will not be First Edition. The few photos of mine that were published in the magazines were overshadowed by the actual fight photos…. which I never covered; and were soon forgotten. I photographed Ali again a couple years later in Los Angeles at a benefit track meet that he sponsored. He still remembered me. After that the negatives sat in my files until recently when I started looking at what I have photographed over the years. There are over 50 rolls of Tri-X from those early years. I have edited the contact sheets and chosen 200 iconic images to choose from for this project. This book will be done the way I want, showing off my images of Muhammad Ali the best way possible. It will become a collector's book due to the limited number of copies available, and if you are an Ali fan or just like really good photography, I guarantee, you will like this book. You only get one shot at a book like this and I intend to make it the best. A Fine Art Photography book of Al Satterwhite's photographs of Muhammad Ali preparing for his first two fights after being denied the right to box for nearly four years - featuring both his iconic and never-before-seen images.
Peter Gabriel is one of rock music’s most active innovators. Between his Grammy- award-winning albums, social activism-based concerts, world music festivals, and his claim-to-fame band Genesis’s 2010 induction into the rock n’ roll hall of fame, Gabriel’s creative longevity is unquestionable. Author Daryl Easlea’s new biography, Without Frontiers: The Life and Music of Peter Gabriel illuminates this musical pioneer’s life and what inspires him. Daryl Easlea delves into the multi-talented Gabriel’s childhood, where he writes of young Gabriel’s influences, including his father who fostered his musical interest in everything from The Beatles to soul music. Gabriel began his musical career in the early 1970’s as the front man for Genesis, a band he created with fellow schoolmates. By 1975, citing the stress of being in the band and that Gabriel was newly married and with a baby, he set out on a solo career. Naming his first three albums after himself, he achieved moderate success with the singles “Solsbury Hill” and “Shock the Monkey.” It wasn’t until Gabriel’s 1986 album, So, with the hits “Sledgehammer,” “Big Time,” and “In Your Eyes,” that he achieved commercial success. It was followed up five years later by the equally successful album US, hits “Digging in the Dirt” and “Come Talk to Me” and as the author notes, is clearly the result of the singer’s personal struggles and years in therapy. Throughout Without Frontiers, Easlea weaves a beautiful biographical tapestry of Gabriel’s life. Quotes and interviews with friends and fellow musicians who were instrumental in Peter’s life help to chronicle the man and his immensely creative approach to his music.
As the founding member of Survivor and co-writer of one of the most inspirational songs in rock history, Jim Peterik easily fits into the category of ‘rock star.’ But a closer look at Peterik’s life and career reveal that he is anything but your typical rock star. Forgoing a life of meaningless sex and drugs, Peterik married his high school sweetheart and focused on the music, becoming one of the most prolific songwriters of his generation.
Here, for the first time, Peterik shares the stories behind his iconic songs?from touring with Led Zeppelin and Janis Joplin on the heels of the Ides of March number one classic ‘Vehicle’ to his Grammy-winning, triple platinum ‘Eye of the Tiger’ with Survivor and beyond. He explores the often torturous power struggles within the band contrasted by the giddy highs that accompany a trail of worldwide hits. Peterik has also co-written songs with some of the most famous bands and artists in rock-and-roll, including 38 Special (Rockin’ Into the Night, Caught Up In You, Hold On Loosely), Sammy Hagar (Heavy Metal), Brian Wilson, The Doobie Brothers, REO Speedwagon, Cheap Trick, the platinum comeback of The Beach Boys (That’s Why God Made the Radio), and many more.
Through the Eye of the Tiger is more than just a memoir of a songwriting legend; it’s a classic rock-and-roll story, told through the eyes of someone who has lived through it all- and through the Eye Of The Tiger.
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