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Today, Richard Rossi answers listener submitted questions on filmmaking, theological & philosophical issues, intuition, meditation, the pros & cons of Christian films, and other subjects. The purpose of the show is to inspire you to sing the song that is within you, to not die with your song buried in the grave unsung. Richard Rossi is a multi-medium artist alternating between art forms: (Filmmaking, Comedy, Guitar-playing, Singing/Songwriting, Writing Books & Movies, Teaching). Richard has been praised for calmly asking intelligent questions as he hosts notable guests from arts, entertainment, and culture. In addition to interviewing Oscar-Winners, heads of state, & leading writers & thinkers, Richard regularly does shows like this one without guests so he can directly answer listener questions. His goal with this show is to inspire you to create your life and art. For further info on Richard, check out the fansite www.richardrossistore.com
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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Walter Dean, head of the DWCAA (Defend White Cops Always Association) debates Richard Rossi live regarding the recent rash of shootings of unarmed black men by white cops. Dean heard Richard Rossi's folk protest song "THE DEATH OF MICHAEL BROWN" written to point out the dangers of trigger-happy police. Dean demanded a debate with Richard Rossi. *Note: There have been efforts to technically sabotoge this program to keep you from hearing it. If after the initial ad, the program doesn't start & there's a delay, wait and be patient for one minute and keep the link open until it starts playing.
Richard Rossi answers questions from listeners on how to find and follow your passion in life and be more creative. Subjects covered include: Art & God, Finding Inspiration, Advice for the Person who does several different things, & Overcoming Money Obstacles. To connect with Richard, send him a Facebook friend request at http://www.facebook.com/richardrossiactor
Multi-medium artist Richard Rossi was born in Pittsburgh, PA. After working in his hometown as a guitar-playing minister, he journeyed from scripture to script, migrating west on a 3,000 mile journey to Hollywood to pursue his interest in acting & filmmaking. On today's show, Richard answers listener questions on a variety of subjects including Hell, God, Perfectionism, Aging & Starting A New Career later in life, Overcoming Writer's Block & Creative Dry Spells.
FILM: Richard's feature dramatic film "Sister Aimee" was voted one of the greatest guerrilla films of all-time and was nominated for awards in Milan. He released his dramatic feature film "Baseball's Last Hero: 21 Clemente Stories," on Amazon & his "Sister Aimee 5th Anniversary edition" also contains his Oscar-considered documentary "Saving Sister Aimee" and other extras.
BOOKS: "I wrote my novel 'Stick Man' for my own catharsis after my Dad died," Rossi said. "I hope it brings healing for others who have experienced loss. My 2nd book, 'Create Your Life,' came about organically. Creative people contacted me asking for advice. I answered their questions in blogs. I had an "Aha!" moment when I realized I had pages of material answering these questions. I wrote more on the subject and organized it into 'Create Your Life.' "Sister Aimee: The Aimee Semple McPherson Story'" is my 3rd book, & contains my thoughts on the female evangelist. The book contains my screenplay."
MUSIC: Amazon sells Richard's music CDs "Without Her Love," "Seasons of My Heart," and "The Kingdom Is Near."
FAMILY: Richard lives with Sherrie, his wife of 30 years, & their 2 children, Karis and Joshua, in Hollywood.
Richard Rossi continues answering questions from listeners on how to do work your passionate about in a way that makes you money and makes you happy. This show will assist you in learning to be more creative as Richard answers listener questions on the following subjects: Working With Volunteers, How to Escape the Trap of the Soul-killing Job You're Doing to Survive, Finding Your Passion, & Encouragement for Writers. To connect with Richard, send him a Facebook friend request at http://www.facebook.com/richardrossiactor
Richard Rossi answers artists listener questions on the following topics: Codependency & Taking care of You, Dealing with Micro-managers, Texting & E-mail, & Handling Rejection.
For more info on Richard visit the fansite: http://www.richardrossistore.com
Warning: This show answers some questions of a mature nature concerning sexual issues which may not be appropriate for small children.
Richard Rossi answers the following listener questions: What do I do if the timeline on achieving my goal is too slow? How do I handle critics & bad press? How do I handle sexual attraction which may not be best for me? How do I recover from hurt? How do I let go of a romantic obsession? My spouse and i are having bedroom problems, what should we do?
Richard Rossi is a multi-medium artist. In addition to working as a radio host, he is also a writer, filmmaker, actor, singer-songwriter, guitarist, and teacher. Richard lives with his wife of 30 years & 2 children in Southern California.
For further information on these subjects, buy Richard's book "Create Your Life: Daily Meditations On Creativity" on Amazon. For more information on Richard's films, books, and music visit the fansite www.richardrossistore.com
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John Cassandro's worked as a wrestling announcer, drummer, DJ, & host of a rock radio show. He spent 7 years in Nashville working in the music industry & co-founded a major music festival. In addition to talking about the worlds of professional wrestling & Christian rock, John talks about living life against the odds, overcoming his past traumas of a childhood in foster homes, and a painful divorce. John shares how to see your past as a point of reference not a place of residence.
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Website for Richard: http://www.richardrossistore.com
The purpose of this episode is to inspire you to sing the song that is within you and set healthy goals for the upcoming year. Richard continues discussing creativity and will share helpful tips on marketing your work. Call in live during the broadcast or send Richard an email at email@example.com or a friend request on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/richardrossiactor
Alexia is an artist, actress and filmmaker. She was featured in HBO's Bored to Death, VH1 “If you like...” commercial and Vetiver "Everyday" music video. Her work on feature documentaries include, Editor of Vampira: The Movie, Associate Producer of The Wild World of Ted V. Mikels, Producer of 7 Deadly Sins: Inside the Ecomm Cult, Co-producer of Beyond the Noise: My Transcendental Meditation Journey starring David Lynch and Director of Adventures in Plymptoons! a documentary on Oscar nominated animator Bill Plympton and now currently working on Ginger Girls, a documentary and photo book project on girls with red hair.
Richard Anderson was there for television's bionic beginning playing the role of "Oscar Goldman" in the "Six Million Dollar Man" and shortly thereafter "The Bionic Woman" And he was responsible for bringing back bionics in the form of three very highly rated tv features. Anderson joined Lee Majors for five years in "the Six Milion Dollar Man" as Oscar Goldman the Washington honcho. He became the first actor to play the same character in two series on different networks at the same time when he joined Lindsay Wagner as her co-star in "The Bionic Woman." He received an Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Dramatic Series for that role.
Anderson sold the studio and the networks on the tv features, which he exec-produced. They are: "The Return of the Six-Million Dollar Man" and the Bionic Woman," "Bionic Showdown" and the CBS hit, "Bionic Ever After."
In the halcyon days of the major studios, Anderson was under contract to MGM where he appeared in over 26 films while in the process of fulfilling his six year contract. He was released from that contract to play starring role in Stanley Kubrick's "Paths of Glory," something different in movie-making. And again he decided on something different when he accepted a starring role as station commander in Miramax's recently re-issued, critically acclaimed Charles Burnett film "The Glass Shield." He is a Beverly Hills, California resident with three daughters, a sports buff, tennis player, a car enthusiast, and--an insatiable traveler. Join Richard & co-author of his memoirs Al Doshna for a look at his life & career.
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