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Melody Rendon, Wife of the late author and elder Manny Two Feathers, is a publicist and publisher of Native American books.
Her late husband Manny Twofeathers was a spiritual leader and elder. He travels extensively throughout the United States giving lectures and workshops on Native American Spirituality.
He published books, fiction/fantasy "Kokopelli's Dream . . . The Emergence of a Legend", his own story of his spiritual journey, "My Road to the Sundance" and "Stone People Medicine". These books have enjoyed huge publishing success and have been translated into other languages. He has also written several scripts. The common thread with all of his writing is the Native American theme.
He appeared as an extra in several films. Manny was often called on to perform Native American ceremonies such as the Sweat Lodge. He was the leader of his own Sundance, held every summer in Northwestern Pennsylvania, USA.
- Kokopelli's Dream
- Stone People Medicine
- My Road to the Sundance
Melody Rendon, Wife of author and elder Manny Two Feathers, is a publicist and publisher of Native American books.
- Kokopelli's Dream
- Stone People Medicine
- My Road to the Sundance
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Adam Rubel is the founder of SaqBe at the request of Mayan elders he met in Guatelamala.
Saq' Be' - Organization for Mayan and Indigenous Spiritual Studies is a non-profit organization in our third year of existence. The organization is operated on a completely volunteer basis primarily by Co-Directors Adam Rubel (28) and Zoraida Palacios (31), with one other board member, as well as what we receive in the way of additional support from the broader community. Saq' Be' was formed at the request of Mayan Ajq'ij (priests).
Melody Rendon is the widow of author and elder the late Manny Two Feathers,
Deitrick Haddon is a multi-faceted, award winning, creative juggernaut. As a singer, songwriter, arranger and producer, the Detroit native’s inspirational musical ministry has touched souls globally. The star of Oxygen network’s popular reality series Preachers of L.A also serves as executive producer of the Preachers franchise, and with the formation of DHVisions, a new partnership with Entertainment One Music, this son of a preacher is delving further into developing television and film projects while still delivering progressive gospel music that feeds the soul. Masterpiece, Deitrick’s latest contemporary, uplifting and inspired body of work reflects his self-professed maturation toward his destiny of greatness.
Being bold is a big part of being an artist. You’ve got to be willing to act intrepidly at the right moments. Natalie La Rose knows just when to be bold. Her debut single for I.M.G./Republic Records “Somebody” [featuring Jeremih] will undoubtedly get the dance floor moving. Over smooth production from Future Classic, the song updates the melody from Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” for a new millennium. Natalie’s voice takes the spotlight in between a sexy hook from Jeremih.
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On tonight's show we will be discussing how to face the upcoming holidays after the loss of a child. How can gratitude help us during the holidays after losing a child? What can we do to enjoy the holidays while honoring our child?
Answers these questions and/or share your story with us!
“Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.” Melody Beattie
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A list of the 25 greatest love songs !
25. “I Will Follow Him” – Little Peggy March...24. “He’s So Fine” – The Chiffons..23. “Up on the Roof” – The Drifters...22. “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?” – Carole King
21. “Stay” – Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs..20. “Save the Last Dance for Me” – The Drifters..19. “Unchained Melody” – The Righteous Brothers...18. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” – Queen..17. “Sherry” – The Four Seasons...16. “To Sir With Love” – Lulu..15. “Killing Me Softly With His Song” – Roberta Flack..14. “You’ve Got a Friend” – Carole King
13. “All I Have to Do Is Dream” – The Everly Brothers..12. “Bridge Over Troubled Water” – Simon & Garfunkel..11. “Best of My Love” – The Emotions
10. “I Can’t Stop Loving You” – Ray Charles...09. “Michelle” – The Beatles...08. “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” – Elvis Presley.07. “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” – Roberta Flack...06. “In My Life” – The Beatles..05. “You Are So Beautiful” – Joe Cocker..
04. “I Just Called to Say I Love You” – Stevie Wonder...03. “Wonderful Tonight” – Eric Clapton 2. “I’ll Be There” – The Jackson 5..01. “My Girl” – The Temptations
Performers come and go, but singers, it can be argued, are forever. The power of Song is not easily forgotten—Whitney Houston, Patti LaBelle, and Denise Williams are voices that linger in the memory. That kind of heartfelt singing is what Nikia aspires to. “These two [Whitney and Patti] inspired me the most you know they were real vocalists. My uncle, Charlie Wilson, pushed me to practice and become a great vocalist. You know, practice, practice, practice! He is a singer he was the lead singer of The Gap Band.”
The 2nd Single “The Drug Song” is but an appetizer for the feast to come, the release of her album She is Me. Love is the drug and Nikia scores with a confidently, sweetly seductively I-need-you vocal and an undulating, slightly techno-tinged electronic cradle of rhythm. Nikia's singing has two distinctive tones herein: The coolly passionate in the body of the song and the crisp, commanding refrain/hook “Just awesome”—both distinctive, both Nikia.
The forthcoming album (in early 2016) will feature material penned by her, including “Missing You,” a slightly different side of Nikia. With a sparkling, funk-flavored guitar intro, “Missing You” has a lilt that slightly suggests reggae rhythms. Nikia’s voice is romantic longing personified, her clear, honey-toned voice (evoking the classy old-school soul of Denise Williams and the Philly soul of Gamble & Huff) riding the melody with easy, bittersweet poise. The production of Shawn Keys of Shawn Keys Ink is sparse, putting the spotlight on the song and the singer (instead of drawing attention to the production itself). “Missing You” has a bittersweet pull to it that’s hard to resist, sweet as a brand-new romance, and slightly stinging like a heartache that’s beginning to heal.
Meet the Authors of Murderess Obsession 2
Melody S. was born in Brooklyn, New York and is the mother of three boys. She discovered her love for writing at a very early age and was writing poetry by the age of 12. Fiction is her favorite genre to read and write and she likes to surf the web in her free time. Melody S. currently resides in Atlanta, GA.
Michelle Robertson was born in New York but raised in the south were her love for writing was birth. Her motto is "Writing gives me a voice in places I've never been, with people I've never seen."
Lear was born in Demopolis, AL. She is the tenth child of 12 born to the parents of Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Lynch. . She currently lives in Harvest, AL. Lear has always had a passion for writing. While attending college Lear had the opportunity to write her first short skit which eventually will become a full blown play titled “The Counselor.” Lear has written two plays titled “My Teenager My Child” and “My Teenager My Child Part Two.” She has also written a book titled “Forty Years Later, which was inspired by the election of President Barack H. Obama. She has co-written a poetry book titled “Wonderful Woman Selected Poems,” with Shirley Bolden,Deloyce Lynch,Kiah LeeAnn Lynch.
Ms. Ten Story was born in Riviera Beach, Florida raised in New York and now calling Alabama home. When the mother of three is not writing, she volunteers at local schools. Co-author of Dream Cloud Publications' In Love With Poetic Flow. In which Ten Story contributed, "Ink Therapy" touching many subjects such as love, motivation, politics, rape, domestic violence, heartbreak, hope, erotica and more. Works also include Murderess Obsession 2, where she brought to life her poem Mistaken Mistress in the form of a short story.
On Thursday November 12th, Going Home with Tony host Tony Scimeca and cohost Claudia Scimeca welcome Law of Attraction expert Melody Fletcher back to the Hot Water 911 Boiler Room Studio. Melody Fletcher will join Tony and Claudia as a regular guest on the show on the second Thursday of every month to share her expertise in LOA, energy, vibrational pull, channeling and more. This week, Melody will talk about everything from learning how to "let go" and "clear yourself" to dealing with the stress of family gatherings over the holidays. Melody is the author of the fabulous book Deliberate Receiving: Finally the Universe Makes Some Freakin' Sense. You can find out more about Melody Fletcher on her website as well as on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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A musical maze of magic, a show of hands, but the ears seem to be quicker. The new blend, jazz fusion and segues so unique your mind will be spinning in joy. Couple that with the right delicacies, the perfect beverage for your taste buds, then your promise will be melody equity - soothing concoctions and the potion of soul and blues too, if you want. Toss it around like a soul salad, and see if you are not robbed of your tensions and anguish, because music sooths the savage beast, and the funky rhythm connection (FRC) sooths every nerve ending to romantic and melodic elation. Are you ready? Donald Grammer is your conductor.
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