• 01:09

    A Kind Voice on Music - The Upset Victory

    in Indie Music

    On A Kind Voice on Music this episode, we feature the talents of Cincinnati's own The Upset Victory! These guys are proving yet again they are the up and coming champs of the Cincinnati indie music scene. Pumping out a driving, piercing mixture of rock, pop and alternative, this fearsome fivesome are the embodiment of true recording and performing diehards, releasing a continuous stream of new music while taking the stage every chance they get. Host Mitch Ruth will ask the pertinant questions about the band and plans for the future. If possible we will even enter the Skyline vs. Gold Star controversy.

  • 01:04

    A Kind Voice on Music - Dominick Blanda

    in Music

    This episode of A Kind Voice on Music focuses on New Orleans musician Dominick Blanda...In the summer of 2013 he was reunited with his passion for playing live music as a favor to his brother who works at House of Blues, New Orleans. Asked to fill a solo slot for one of the musicians who had backed out of a gig; the performance received a positive response. That turned into a regular gig and the formation of a band. Now multi-talented artist, Dominick, has a successful Kickstarter campaign under his belt, along with a couple of children's books and a bright outlook for the future. But the way in the past couple of years hasn't been without hitches. Listen as host Mitch Ruth explores Dominick's journey as a multi-faceted artist in the Big Easy. It is even possible that Mitch might ask the persistent question, "Who Dat?"

  • 01:07

    A Kind Voice on Music featuring various artists

    in Music

         Welcome to A Kind Voice on Music.  This Musical showcase spotlights Music.  Oddly fitting but somehow a rare delicacy on our program to have an all music show.  We are honoring those who have shared their music and kind voices with us all through playing the music that they chose to share with our listeners.  We will play their music and reminisce about the time they shared with the show.  We will highlight the stylings of Steve Weeks, Walden, Erin and The Wildfire, Tony Herdman and more.  Enjoy the music and please support live, local music in your area.  A Kind Voice on Music, hosted by Tyler Wolf

  • 01:04

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    What is Hollywood? Where did it come from?


    Every week, we speak with independent film makers about their visions and their journeys but did you know that Hollywood films started off with a group of independent film makers?


    With the Academy Awards approaching, we will discuss what it is about the visions on the screen have made our dreams bigger.


     


    Hosted by William Battle

  • 01:05

    A Kind Voice on Sports

    in Lifestyle

    Tune in to learn how tailgating sports, llc is bringing a new way to enjoy funtime with family and friends with their upcoming product, bucketball.  Hear about how this engaging and competititve game is sure to become a hit.  Meet the David Jenkins one of the creators of bucketball and find out where the idea came from and what's next.


    Have questions about bucketball or want to ask our guest about their views on inventing a new product, join in our conversation during our live show on wednesday night 7 pm est at (347) 850-8907.


    Hosted by Elisia Owens Mumford

  • 01:06

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    Our guests will be writers/producers/actors Kat Dines and Eiseley Tauginas of the famous “Kat and Eis” YouTube channel discussing their upcoming film “Sorry for Your Loss”


     


    Sorry for Your Loss is a short comedy-drama about 4 friends who reunite after a mother's death. While they struggle with what to do with the remains of a woman they all disliked, they’re forced to think about relationships with family, death, and each other.


     Check out their Kickstarter campaign here.


     


    Hosted by William Battle

  • 01:01

    A Kind Voice on Music - Lisa Oliver Gray

    in Music

    This edition of A Kind Voice on Music shines the spotlight on Kentucky native Lisa Oliver Gray. This Nashville singer is often mistaken for Emmylou Harris on recordings and she's been on plenty. Lisa has sung backup for the likes of Tommy Womack, Will Kimbrough, and Marshall Chapman. She is an active and in demand session singer in the Nashville area. But that's just one of the many sides of Lisa Oliver Gray, host Mitch Ruth will chat with Lisa about her musical adventures and her charity work on behalf of the homeless and a special local animal shelter. He may even get to broach a delicate subject for Kentuckians, "Which goes best with your barbecue, Ski or Ale 8?

  • 01:09

    A Kind Voice on Music - Astel Morris

    in Lifestyle

    This episode of A Kind Voice on Music focuses on Astel Morris of Madison Wisconsin. Astel is an accomplished Psychedelia musician who draws influence from groups like the Doors, Jimmy Hendrix and the psychedelic movement of the 60's. With a mantra of 'make love your religion' Astel has a great story to tell and host Mitch Ruth will discuss this, songwriting , and overcoming adversity through music...

  • 01:07

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    Dominic Oliver is a character actor with an extensive resume in TV and film and Kaenan Oliver is a screenwriter and author of a novel and many prize winning short stories.

    Together they've written several prize-winning screenplays with their partner, Jay Flynn. The trio published their first novel, JITTERBUG LIFT, with plans to publish their second this year.

    CONEY ISLAND is their latest feature screenplay, about bullies and empowerment, based on a summer in Dom's childhood.

    Dominic and Kaenan have recently finished writing a mob comedy short, BAKED ZITI, that's currently funding on Kickstarter  and includes a killer cast and Emmy-winning producer Sascha Schneider directing.

    Hosted by William Battle

  • 01:03

    A Kind Voice On Music featuring Jenson Mentor Cox

    in Indie Music

    Today we welcome spoken word artist, Jenson Mentor Cox. Jenson's story is one of trouble and triumph. After high school, he turned to a life of crime and drug abuse that landed him in and out of several treatment programs before being found by his mentor, Wil Da Real One Bell at age 26 and discovering his gift of spoken word. Since then, Jenson has released 4 videos and 2 albums as well as numerous performances and features. Jenson is now celebrating the release of his 3rd album, a double disk set called "Red Blue Pill".

  • 00:56

    A Kind Voice on Employment, Opportunity and Innovation

    in Lifestyle

    An interview with Barbara McFadden Allen the Executive Director of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC).   Headquartered in the Midwest, the CIC is a consortium of the Big Ten member universities plus the University of Chicago. For more than half a century, these world-class research institutions have advanced their academic missions, generated unique opportunities for students and faculty, and served the common good by sharing expertise, leveraging campus resources, and collaborating on innovative programs. 


    Sharing the good is at the core of our misssion here at a Kind Voice and we are excited to be sharing the story of the great work the CIC is doing.


    Hosted by David Levins


     

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