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Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for Namaste Farms Blogtalk and a visit with one Sara McGrath, also known as Lushmommy.
Sara has been crafting since an early age and has been selling to stores since high school. She graduated with a fashion degree and was hired by Bloomingdales straight out of college. Besides having a fashion major and minor in Costuming, Sara worked for CBS costume Dept, was an assistant to the creative director for Lucky Magazine. She continued working, making jewelry as a sideline, and had her wares featured on the cover and inside Lucky Magazine.
Sara has had her health issues and some career sidewinding troubles BUT, she continues to find new ways of making money and turning her ingenuity into cash. Listen to Sara McGrath tonight on Namaste Farms Blogtalk... giveaway in chat... live, love, learn and be inspired while listening to our podcast!
Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for Namaste Farms Blogtalk. We'll be talking about how to have more sensitivity in your spinning and your life. That's right, how and what you spin can tell valuable clues about your personaility and will give you cause to ponder. Kimberly and I'll discuss when it's time to keep moving forward or having the courage to throw in the towel because sometimes letting go is actually "winning!"
Blogtalk is sponsored by OH Kruse and their Perfection and Show String line of feeds.www.ohkruse.com
Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for Namaste Farms Blogtalk with Martin Dally. Learn about Gromark and other June Breedbox breeds... listen to Martin talk about his big wins at an Oregon Fiber Festival and Natalie and Kimberly catch up on the last two weeks. Giveaway in chat of 1/4 lb long locks. Join us and share!
June Breedboxes are sponsored by:
www.hamptonartisticyarns.etsy.com; please check out Debbie Johnsons amazing and beautiful spinning fibers and embellishments as well as gorgeous handspun yarns.
www.darlingarts.etsy.com Kimberly just opened her shop and she has handpainted rovings, locks, batts and even some crazy big knitting needles. Check out Kimberly Darlings store and help her kick off July.
OH Kruse and their Perfection and Show String line of feeds powers Namaste Farms champions; www.OHKRUSE.com
Join Natalie Redding with Martin Dally www.toprams.com on UK sheep breeds; North Ronaldsay, Cotswold, Gotland, Wensleydale and the United States, Gulf coast Native. We will have a giveaway in chat and hope you'll join us at Namaste Farms Blogtalk
Please support our July Breedbox Sponsors :
Kimberly Darling; www.Darlingarts.etsy.com
Debbie Johnson; www.HamptonArtisticYarns.etsy.com
Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for Namaste Farms Blogtalk. Listen to us live Thursday nights at 6:00 pm PST and 9:00 pm EST. Be in chat for a Namaste Farms giveway!
In this episode of the Divinely Intuitive™ Business Radio Show, Rev. Anne Presuel, Irreverent Rev, will be interviewing Charlotte Rains Dixon, Author and Writer.
Charlotte Rains Dixon mentors creative writers from passionate to published. Charlotte is a free-lance journalist, ghostwriter, writing teacher, and author. She earned her MFA in creative writing from Spalding University and is the author of a dozen books. Her fiction has appeared in The Trunk, Santa Fe Writer’s Project, Nameless Grace, and Somerset Studios and her articles have been published in Vogue Knitting, the Oregonian, and Pology, to name a few. Her novel, Emma Jean’s Bad Behavior, was published in 2013.
Charlotte is going to be talking about how to get started writing the book you have inside you and a lot of other juicy stuff for budding authors.
Anne and Charlotte will be taking your calls and questions, so call in!
Greg Jackson: Artist, Songwriter, and Producer, Multi-platinum recordings. Solo Album debuts 2014 Born in Cincinnati Ohio, Greg started performing at the age of four when his uncle and aunts would take him to several school activities with them just so he could perform for their friends. At age fourteen, he joined a Cincinnati based band by the name of "The Soulseekers" (1969) who later changed their name to "400 Years of What" (1972). After performing locally for years, he later hooked up with members of Parliament Funkadelic (1975) now known as the Original P. then moved to Atlanta GA. While writing and rehearsing approximately a year for Original P., he received a called from Bootsy and his brother Catfish Collins (1976) asking him to join a band that they and George Clinton was producing by the name of Roger and the Human Body now known as Zapp since 1980. Working with the Troutman brothers gave him an opportunity to not only tour the world, but a chance to share his musical ability by writing, producing, co-producing and performing with such artist as Roger Troutman,Shirley Murdock, Bobby Glover, New Horizon, the Human Body, Dick Smith, Sugarfoot of the Ohio Players, Bigg Robb and Dayton. Greg is currently on tour with Zapp and working with Troutman brothers (Lester, Terry and Rufus) who he has become their long time friend.
Owner, Laura Lundy, of Slipped Stitch Studios is joining Marly Bird to talk about her fantastic project bags! Great for knitters and crocheters.
Listen Live for chance to win great prizes!
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Join us on our first epsiode of Go-Go Sports Talk. Tonight's show will have you hooked on Go-Go Sports Talk.
We will give our review of the game without holding any punches. What we think shall be said. No censoring and no political correctness. We will be bringing to your Raw. Tune in and be among the first to experience the greatest in sports talk entertaiment. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @ GoGoSprots.
Forrest McDonald was seven years old when he first heard blues man Josh White perform and as he puts it, “I was hooked!”
In the summer of 1964 he hitchhiked to NYC where he met and was influenced by Muddy Waters.
From there, it just kept happening for Forrest and now, he has released his 12th album “Turnaround Blues” and he will join me to talk more about this incredible journey.
David Vest is called a fabulous, foot-stompin’ roots-rocker and boogie-woogie piano player.
He has played with Big Joe Turner and Hubert Sumlin to name two and he wrote the first songs recorded by Tammy Wynette
His new album is entitled “Roadhouse Revelation” and we will talk about the road he has traveled including winning a Maple Blues Award
Anthony Rosano and The Conqueroos are out of Norfolk, VA and have made it to the semi-finals of the International Blues Challenge twice since forming in 2012.
Their new album “Get Rood” debuted earlier this summer and I will talk with Anthony about his career up until this point and where he is heading.
Though a mix-up of my own doing, Robin Banks did not appear on this show, but will be on the September, 22nd show...Sorry Robin!
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