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RECLAIMING AND REDEFINING OUR DEFAULT SETTING
Author Iyanifa Ifamodupe Sang
Aboru, Aboye, Abosise and Greetings to All;
...If we are making the choice all the time to see and be from a position of the power that is within and placed in our hands, with a full understanding of the responsibility therein, than when the natural appearance of life is strongly negative our default setting will be to rely on the supernatural. It is time to take back our responses. They are not involuntary. With great courage and discipline a facet of reinitiating ourselves is the conditioning of the inner landscape of thoughts and emotions to own all that we say and do, even and especially in crisis. It is our responsibility to present ourselves in excellence as we offer the highest and best of ourselves in service to the Creator, ourselves, our families, our communities, and the world. Ire O
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Master Sang has showed off his martial arts prowess in films like "Rush Hour" 2 & 3 with the likes of Jackie Chan. He is currently training for a film with "The Rock," also directed by Brett Ratner, which will be shot in Budapest.
Sang owns martial arts studios in the Miami area and now in Coocnut Creek, where he trains everyone from those who wants to get in shape and have fun to those who like the disclipline intrinsic to his mixture of Taekwondo and Muay Thai, like actor Christian Slater.
He has been interviewed in numerous publications in the United States, South Korea and elsewhere and been seen on many news channels, even "Deco Drive."
Sang will discuss his film work, his "TNT" technique and what it takes to do martial arts in the film industry and beyond.
Diva Extraordinaire, Dorothy Bishop is an internationally renowned singer and world class entertainer with her own hilarious brand of "DIVA". She sang the National Anthem at a Yankees game. She has headlined and emceed events all over the world. She does impressions, guaranteed to leave you laughing. "ENJOYCE"
WEDNESDAY NIGHT 10/15/14 AT 8 PM EST. SOME GOOD CRAIC IS BACK WITH FIDDLER TONY DEMARCO !!!
Tony DeMarco: Irish fiddler. If that sounds slightly off, you have only to listen to the music on this recording to be cured of any preconceptions about the importance of ethnic purity in traditional music. There may have been a time when Irish music in New York City was played exclusively by Irish immigrants and their offspring, while their Italian neighbors strummed mandolins and sang opera. But the Big Apple really is a melting pot, at least for some of its disparate immigrant elements. Before World War II it really wasn’t very common for Italian and Irish Americans to marry each other. By the 1950s, however, this kind of ethnic mixing was fairly normal in Tony’s native Brooklyn, where the Italians and Irish lived side by side and attended the same parish churches.
Tony was born on May 20, 1955, the second of three children raised in East Flatbush by Paul DeMarco and his wife, the former Patricia Dempsey. Paul, a grandson of Italian immigrants, was a teenage lightweight boxing star who turned down an offer to turn pro and work with lightweight champ Paddy “Billygoat” DeMarco in order to pursue a more conventional career on Wall Street. Tony’s maternal grandfather Jimmy Dempsey was a New York City cop and a son of Irish immigrants who married Philomena “Minnie” Fenimore, one of several Italian-American siblings who married into Brooklyn Irish families.
Musical ability runs on both sides of Tony’s family. During the Prohibition years, Minnie Dempsey’s Italian immigrant father ran a speakeasy in East New York, where he played the piano and mandolin. Tony’s paternal uncle Louie DeMarco was a singer who performed with 1950s doo-wop groups, including “Dickie Dell and the Ding Dongs.”
Angel Sessions returns to chat about her single, "Get Up" which is in the Independent Top 50 Charts and National R&B/Hip-Hop Top 50 Charts.
Angel recorded with Lenny Williams, William Hart of the Delfonics and LJ Reynolds of the Dramatics.
She also sang a duet with the late Ali Woodson of the Temptations single entitled “Vow” that was placed on the movie sound track, Down N’ Dirty, a Fred Williamson production, and background vocals for Earth, Wind and Fire and the Mighty Dells.
Angel writes all of her own music and won a Honorable Mention 2 years in a row in the Annual Billboard Worldwide Song Contest for her writing.
Angel was also featured in the Rolling Stone and Billboard Magazine
Blogtalk LPS Radio Network - Everyday Angels with Marie Elisa, welcomes Bonnie Kirk, MA, MTBC, Educator, Vocal Instructor, Choral Director, Music Therapist, Song Writer, and Healer. Bonnie grew up in West Virginia, with a penchant for singing at an early age she went on to be classically trained. Eventually she moved to New York where she sang opera and other genres at prestigious venues such as the New York City Opera House. Her love for music led her to New York University, to complete her Master of Arts, Music Therapy Masters. She shared her education and experience at HeartShare pre-schools with a focus on autistic and special needs children. Bonnie, now resides in North Carolina.
Bonnie will share how to interact with our own Creative Muse. She will discuss how to tap into inner creative aspects of ourselves that are longing for expression in our daily lives. For some the inner creative muse may desire to manifest thru song, painting, writing, or vibrant dance. For others the creative path is about allowing increased love, peace, and harmony to flow in your life. Bonnie will open our hearts and minds through her music and voice.
Contact information for Bonnie: email@example.com
Blogtalk radio call in number: 347-838-9862, to listen to the show. If you would like to speak to the guest PRESS 1 and your call will be placed in cue.
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside quiet waters. He restores my soul; He guides me in the paths of righteousness For His name’s sake. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me. You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies; You have anointed my head with oil; My cup overflows. Surely goodness and lovingkindness will follow me all the days of my life, And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.
David, although not perfect, is portrayed as a man and a king after God’s own heart. David’s appearance and attributes. David’s characteristics. His dependence upon God. His trust in God. His loyalty to others. His respect for those in authority. His deep humanity is evident in his paternal grief.
David’s abilities. He was a strategist and courageous commander. He was a musician and poet. He played the harp. He sang. He was a wise leader. His military activities prevented him from building the temple. David’s sin and repentance. His adultery with Bathsheba and murder of Uriah. His repentance.
Shepherd, in a nomadic state of society every man, from the sheikh down to the slave, is more or less a shepherd. The progenitors of the Jews in the patriarchal age were nomads, and their history is rich in scenes of pastoral life. The occupation of tending the flocks was undertaken, not only by the sons of wealthy chiefs but even by their daughters.
The Egyptian captivity did march to implant a love of settled abode, and consequently we find the tribes which still retained a taste for shepherd life selecting their own quarters apart from their brethren in the transjordanic district. Thenceforward in Palestine proper the shepherd held a subordinate position. The office of...
Such a FABULOUS October already! Gregg Karukas and Kiki Ebsen last week - and two more guests on 10/7 that are absolutely FUN! Jonathan Widran joins us in the second hour of the show - and it's going to be a ball to have him return. Jonathan has thrilled us for years, writing about, reviewing or interviewing Jazz legends. And Pop and Rock artists, too. He's a Chicago native who found his way to Los Angeles and got his degree in English at U.C.L.A. Within two years after graduation, he was introduced to what would be his amazing life via the Catalina Jazz gathering - right around this time - in 1988. Friend Dan Margules had lit a fire in Jonathan concerning Contemporary Jazz - and that fire has blazed uncontrollably (blissfully!) via columns and articles from local publications to national and international magazines and newspapers. He has also managed to write FIVE books on varying topics! Jonathan is considered a "first-call" freelance public relations writer. And does he love to DISH about those in the business :) What a joy to have him with us!
North Carolina born, Geoff McBride, is probably no stranger to your ears. He lit UP "The Voice" a few seasons ago with his blind audition of "Higher Ground!" Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green about lost their minds - and so did WE. The Church foundation of his youth, coupled with the inspiration of Seal, Luther and James Taylor, propelled Geoff into the spotlight that he so richly deserves. If you can blow away his mentor on the show, Lionel Richie, THAT says everything! Geoff's sparkling story is told by way of CD, "Journey to the Soul." He says, "My foundation is in Soul Music - but I am not just a Soul Singer." THAT is because everything he does generates FROM there! Once you hear a few tracks from this Powerhouse, you'll KNOW!
Nathan Best was born December 13, 1960 in North Miami Beach, Florida to Nathaniel Best Sr. and Dorothy Best. The age was three for Nathan’s mother to begin vocal training for him and his five sisters. Nathan’s mother was a recording artist on The Chess Record label out of Chicago, Illinois in the early 60’s. At the age of five years old, Nathan’s mother gave him an opportunity to lead the song: “I want Jesus to walk with me” on her first solo album, entitled: (Try Him). From that point Nathan began touring with his mother, father, and sisters. They toured with the great quartets of the 60’s and the 70’s (The Five Blind Boys, The Volinares, the Soul Stirrers, etc.). At the age of twelve, Nathan began playing the piano for his Dad’s church in Cincinnati Ohio (1972). In 1993, Nathan became one of the members of the legendary group, The O’Jays, in which Nathan replaced Sammy Strain. In the same year the group received The Soul Of America Award. In 2005 the group was inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. Nathan says the group was a tremendous learning experience. Before Nathan became a member of the O’Jays, he sang for the Love Center Choir, under the leadership of his pastor, the late Bishop Walter Hawkins. Also he served under the teachings of Bishop Hawkins brother, the Father of Contemporary Gospel Music, Mr. Edwin Hawkins, who wrote the great song, Oh Happy Day. He also served as the keyboard player and background vocalist for the R&B group, Levert, and the music director for R&B singer, Ms. Miki Howard. Nathan has performed on Sinbad’s Summer Jam Festival on HBO, New York Undercover, Robert Townsend’s TV, Dick Clark’s Rockin’ in the New Year, and in a host of arena’s, and stadiums around the world.