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8:30 PM Eastern Time Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier, Queen of Hoopla interviews Pavlina Osta
Pavlina Osta is founder and host of the popular weekly radio show for kids called Pavlina’s Kidz Place. 16 year old Pavlina Osta started her radio show at age 11 where she has featured her interviews with over 300 musicians, writers, actors, broadcast media giants, and celebrities. She has secured interviews with big names such as Ed Sheeran, Jessie Ware, Sick Puppies, Mikky Ekko, A Great Big World, Big Time Rush, The Wanted, Carly Rae Jepsen, Miranda Cosgrove, Katie Couric, Shaquille O’Neal, Steven Forbes, Kevin Jonas, Dr. Oz, Michael Winslow, and many more. We will talk about Pavlina's next career steps and her move to television and film. Don't miss this show!
8:30 PM Eastern Time zone Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier Queen of Hoopla. Photographs and Memories. Talking with photographer Richard Lee Benson about his five decade career capturing celebrity icons and embedding them into our collective memories. We will talk about the people behind the photos and the magical moments memorialized on film.
8:30 PM Eastern Time Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier, Queen of Hoopla as she interviews Carl David
Carl David. Third Generation Fine Art Dealer. His 4th generation family owned and operated Fine Art Gallery, the David David Gallery, in Philadelphia specializes in 17th - 20th century American & European paintings, watercolors, drawings, and sculptures. Author of "Collecting & Care of Fine Art" (Crown NY) 1981, "Bader Field; How My Family Survived Suicide" (Nightengale Press) 2008/2009, and "Waking Dreams" (coming 2014)
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8:30 PM Eastern Zone The New Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla Joe Grusheky: Singer, Songwriter,and "A rock 'n' roll treasure." For 30 years publications such as Billboard, Rolling Stone, Village Voice, No Depression and others have hailed Goe Grusheky as one of rock & roll's most talented singer-songwriter. Talking about his new album, "Somewhere East of Eden" and writing collaboration with Bruce Springstein
8:30 PM Eastern Time Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla interviews Jim Steffman Jim Steffman, winner of Moondance International Film Festival's Best Feature Screenplay Award. The screenplay, “For What It’s Worth,” was adapted from the novel “Shadow of Death” also written by Steffman and based on a true story.
8:30 PM Eastern Time Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla as she interviews Matthew Carnicelli president and founder of Carnicelli Literary Management
Matthew Carnicelli is a literary agent and publishing consultant in New York City. He specializes in topical nonfiction, including such categories as current events, politics, science, history, sports, business, health, and psychology. His authors include the Wall Street Journal’s Matthew Kaminski, brain and movement expert Anat Baniel, NBC Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd, Sports Illustrated’s Jim Gorant, top fashion designer Marc Ecko, and the National Review’s Kevin Williamson. Before becoming an agent nearly ten years ago, Carnicelli held senior editorial positions at several major publishing houses, including Contemporary Books and the Penguin Group, and he worked with such authors as historian Martin Duberman, Vice President Al Gore, novelist Cathleen Schine, scholar and activist Cornel West, legendary coach John Wooden, and New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson. His authors’ books have reached the New York Times bestsellers list and have received major literary awards.
8:30 PM Eastern Time Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla interviews Bruce Burch
Bruce Burch: Hit songwriter, publishing company owner, former Creative Director for EMI Music Publishing, artist manager, and music business educator. Bruce co-wrote two #1 singles for Reba McEntire, wrote Top 10 songs for Billy Joe Royal, T. Graham Brown, Top 20 songs for Barbara Mandrell, and platinum and gold album recordings by John Anderson, and George Jones, The Oak Ridge Boys, Collin Raye and Dan Seals.
As a songwriter, Burch co-wrote two #1 singles for Reba McEntire, “Rumor Has It” and “It’s Your Call”. These two songs were also the album titles for two of Reba’s most successful albums. Burch also co-wrote songs on two other Reba albums, all of which have gone multi-platinum, selling well over 15 million records and CDs. He has also had top 10 songs on Billy Joe Royal (“Out Of Sight and On My Mind”), and T. Graham Brown (“The Last Resort”), a Top 20 song “Train Of Thought” recorded by Barbara Mandrell, and a Top 40 single “You Can’t Keep A Good Memory Down” recorded by John Anderson. Bruce has also had platinum and gold album recordings by George Jones, The Oak Ridge Boys, Collin Raye and Dan Seals.
As a music publisher, Burch operated two companies, Burch Brothers Music and Bruce Burch Music. These two catalogs contain songs co-written by Burch and recorded by Aaron Tippin (Top 20 hit, “I Got It Honest”), T. Graham Brown (Top 40 hit “Wine Into Water), Faith Hill (Multi-platinum album recording “I’ve Got This Friend”), and his second Collin Raye recording (“It Could Happen Again” on Collin’s critically acclaimed Christmas album w/ Johnny Cash providing narration.
8:30 PM Eastern Time Zone The New Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla Interviews Brooke de Lench
Is the Founder and Publisher of MomsTEAM.com®, and the author of Home Team Advantage: The Critical Role of Mothers in Youth Sports (HarperCollins) Ms. de Lench is a sought-after speaker on a wide range of youth sport parenting topics, including many on youth sports concussions. She has appeared on all four major television networks (ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox), including appearances on The Today Show, CBS's Early Show, and three documentaries on youth sports, which aired on ESPN, HBO and A&E respectively. She has consulted for PBS's Frontline, HBO Real Sports, ABC's Nightline, and a number of ESPN youth sports-related shows, and is quoted frequently in the print press, including Time, Reader's Digest, The Boston Globe,
The Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, and Washington Post. Her opinion pieces have appeared on the op-ed pages of major newspapers, including The Washington Post and Long Island Newsday. Brooke is the mother of triplet sons. She lives in the Boston area.
8:30 PM Eastern Time Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla interviews Joel Franco, Director and Producer at Chesapeake Films. We will talk about the documentary recently completed about the life of sports shock jock Dino Costa and three of the feature film scripts he is shopping at American Film Market in early November: Poe, by C. C. Long--an original and provocative screenplay shedding new light on a beloved American writer and what C. C. Long calls, "America's first Rock and Roll Star;" What About The Boy, an original screenplay by Stephen Gallup based on the inspirational memoir about his disabled son; and the captivating first screenplay in a film franchise by Jennifer Deane adapted from the unbelievable but true story told in the book Smooth Criminal written by retired CBS newsman Bill Deane .
8:30 PM Eastern Time Zone Author Corner with Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla Interviews Joe Grushecky : Singer, Songwriter,and "A Rock 'n' Roll treasure." For 30 years publications such as Billboard, Rolling Stone, Village Voice, No Depression, and others have hailed Joe Grushecky as one of Rock 'n' Roll's most talented singer-songwriters. Talking about his new album, "Somewhere East of Eden" and his writing collaboration with Bruce Springsteen.
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8:30 PM Eastern Time Zone The New Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla Roger Fisher: Guitarist, musician and song writer. Founding member of the iconic band Heart, and recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Fisher was also in bands Alias and The Clever Bastards. A discussion about the creative force; the challenges and opportunities of working as a team with other talented artists; and creating career longevity.
8:30 PM Eastern Time Zone The New Authors Corner with Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla Dr. Geo Espinosa, Naturopathic Urologist and recognized authority in natural and complementary treatments for benign and malignant urological conditions. Dr. Geo is Director of the Integrative Urology Center at NYU Langone Medical Center and the Chief Science Officer at Prostate Research Labs. Dr. Geo will talk about the psychological and emotional costs of erosion or loss of sexual function and discuss the effects of age-related erectile dysfunction on the quality of relationships...much farther reaching than simply sex, but affecting levels of self-image, intimacy, and overall enjoyment of life together. Dr. Geo will discuss lifestyle and behavioral recommendations to support and improve sexual health and function.
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