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  • 00:52

    Pythia Peay on The Authentic Woman with Special Guest Host, Susan Singer

    in Books

    This week on The Authentic Woman, Guest Host Susan Singer will interview author and journalist, Pythia Peay. Peay writes about spirituality, psychology, and the American psyche. Over the past thirty years, she has covered such topics as the soul of the city, prayer circles, near death experiences, the rebirth of “feminine spirituality,” post-traumatic stress syndrome, depression, political psychology, and has conducted interviews with scores of pioneering thinkers from Clarissa Pinkola Estes to Robert Jay Lifton.

    Peay’s work over the years has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Utne Magazine, Washingtonian, Religion News Service, The Washington Post, La Repubblica, The Cleveland Plain Dealer and past publications such as George, New Woman and Common Boundary. Currently she writes for The Huffington Post, Psychology Today, and her own blog, America on the Couch. She has received awards for her work from The American Association of University Women and Women in the Media. 

    Susan Singer is an artist, activist, writer, speaker, and teacher. She is currently starting a business with her husband, Chris Payton, and working on the final chapters of her new book, I Wonder What Would Happen If.... Susan's art will be on display in Richmond and Lynchburg, VA during 2014 and 2015.

    Regularly Hosted by Shannon Fisher, The Authentic Woman shares Perspectives on the Female Experience in America. This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor, PML Media.

  • 01:00

    Gaye Sings the Blues on The Authentic Woman with Special Guest Host Susan Singer

    in Music

    This week on The Authentic Woman, Guest Host Susan Singer interviews Gaye Adegbalola, Blues Music Award winner and a founding member of Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women. Gaye composes, plays guitar and harmonica, and has recorded 10 CDs on Alligator Records and has toured widely throughout the U.S. and internationally. Gaye has also released four CDs on her own Hot Toddy Music label. A former Virginia State Teacher of the Year, Gaye is also in demand for workshops, lectures and motivational public speaking. A longtime activist, she is presently involved with issues of diversity and is committed to the struggle for LGBT rights.

    Susan Singer is a rabble-rousing artist, activist, writer, and teacher whose primary desire is to make the world a better place by ending violence against women, helping people find their personal path, creating beauty, and spreading creativity. She uses her artwork to reach deep within herself to find her core and to channel her vision of Spirit to inspire, delight, (and perhaps sometimes provoke!) others. She is currently working on a series of patterned mandalas and will have her work in four shows in 2015. She is writing a book about Creativity and is delighted to be the guest host for Authors on the Air. She is looking forward to talking to talented women about their creative process, inspiration, and great works.

    The Authentic Woman is regularly hosted by Shannon Fisher. This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor,  PML Media.

  • 00:51

    Kayla Calabrese .... Country Singer/songwriter

    in Country Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Country Singer/songwriter Kayla Calabrese to the show! 



    With her Jersey-girl attitude and romantic Italian soul, Kayla Calabrese brings her own flair to the country music scene.  This down-to-earth artist has a sassy edge that shines through her lyrics, stage presence, and fresh demeanor. 

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  • 01:40


    in Entertainment



  • From Memoir to Fiction with Susan Shapiro & Crystal-Lee Quibell

    in Writing

    Crystal-Lee Quibell will welcomes New York Times best selling author and teacher at NYU, Susan Shapiro to discuss the benefits of turning memoir into fiction and why she chose to make What’s Never Said a fiction novel.

    Susan Shapiro is an award-winning writing professor at NYU and the New School, freelancer for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, L.A. Times, and Newsweek. She's also the New York Times bestselling author of 10 books and her recently published novel What's Never Said. www.susanshapiro.net

    Crystal-Lee Quibell is an aspiring writer and book coach with a particular love for memoir. She is a champion for the written word and an obsessive book collector with a serious case of wanderlust. A self-described mermaid and witchy woman for life. Follow her travels and book publishing journey by visiting Crystal-Lee at www.crystalleequibell.com

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  • 00:34

    Southern Horse Talk Unplugged: Country Singer Jessie Lynn

    in Family

    Join us for the first segment of Southern Horse Talk Unplugged, as Jessica Lynn of Southern Belle Equestrian interviews country singer-songwriter Jessie Lynn about her horse story and her blossoming country music career. Jessie sings a snippet of her newest single, Boots N Bling It's a Cowgirl Thing, acapella, as well as relates the story behind the song.  She also tells of her experience in the Nash Next competition.  For more information on Jessie Lynn, check out her website and social media channels.






  • 01:18

    Create a Life You'll Love w/Susan Gonzales: Healthy Living Begins on the Inside

    in Self Help

    Most of us want to have a healthy lifestyle. Weeducate ourselves on nutrition and exercise yet, there are still times whe we haven't been able to develop consistency in taking care of ourselves. There could be more to having ahealthy lifestyle than just nutrition and exercise.  Join Susan Gonzales, Jann Jaffe, and Alison Graddock for a discussion on creating a healthy lifestyle that emcompasses the mental, spiritual, and physical aspects of health. We'll be sharing the mind/body/spirit connections to build a healthy self-image, getting to the root of unhealthy habits vs just treating symptoms. We'll share some easy steps you can take to start making changes now.

    Susan Gonzales (MA.Ed, PCC, ELI-MP) helps people create a life they'll love at any age. Considered the "Go To" coach, she helps her clients tap into their unlimited power to live a life of pupose and fulfillment.She is the creator of the Make it YOUR Mark personal growth program, author of the book Make it YOUR Mark, professional coach, corporate trainer, & public speaker. Contact: Susan@MakeItYourMark.com

    Jann Jaffe (MA, CPC, ELI-MP. C.O.R.E. Well-Being Specialist)  Traumatic brain injuries cut short her international opera/concert singer career and drastically altered her life. Jann helps professional women achieve optimal success, realize their potential, passion, purpoose, & well-being in all aspects of life. Contact: info@forwardtosuccess.com

    Alison Graddock (BA, CPC, ELI-MP, Health/Sports Performance) Alison helps her clients become their best by focusing on the mental/emotional/physical/spiritual to look, feel, and BE great. She is a high energy, passionate, and people centered coach who believes that everyone has the potential for greatness. Contact: Agraddock@gmail.com


  • 01:57

    ERT: Singer/Songwriter/Musician: Kat Marco Makes a Guest Appearance

    in Rock Music

    Over the course of the past 3 decades Kat Marco has been rocking hard. The journey began in 1980 when her first song "Dear Friend' was written. Fueled with a devotion to Pat Benatar, the concept for the music was developed. The goal to write and perform original songs that spoke of spirituality and a positive outlook with the power of rock and heavy metal set the ground work as this project went forth. The Goddess Of Rock CD contains songs that were written from that time on. The earliest song written on the CD is 'Titanic' by Jon Maye in 1983. Kat Marco joined his New York group Toy's at that time and found a great songwriting mentor in Jon. While performing vocals in Toy's , Kat was able to sing at the famous Studio 54 in 1984, for the Penthouse Pet Of The Year Birthday Party. In 1985, Kat would go on to work with a super group as a vocalist called Ibex which was when she found out about her guitar favorite, Ynqwie Malmsteen. It was through her shred-guitarist Michael Mostert (who once had an audition for Kiss At the time Bruce Kulick joined the group, that she was mentored for power guitar playing though she would not start playing guitar until 1987. 

  • 01:30

    Bonnie Albers On Air :With Susan Z Akashic Medium , Author,Psychic

    in Spirituality

    Please Join ME and Susan Z bringing you lots of Metaphysical Fun ,Chatting,Akashic Records,Messages

  • The Jeremy Wilder Show - Ep. 7

    in Music

    Tonight's Special Guest is singer-songwriter Sean C. Johnson who stops by to talk about his current release "Circa 1993".

  • 01:57

    Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Trina Bass Coleman from Sojourne!

    in Music

    Meeting Trina Bass Coleman in Church was no surprise.  That is what her life has been, truth be told.  Mom was a respected choral director and Dad: a singer/songwriter.  Performance was second nature to little Trina.  Choirs, bands, anything to do with Church - the worship aspect of those public outpourings of song is something that has never left her.

    This young lady is truly something.  A singer on keys, flute and sometimes ukulele - a songwriter of unique strength - and an educator.  Add to the mix of those talents these facts: there is a sweet mix of cultures in Trina.  There was classical training in her upbringing.  She grasps a wide array of genres because that's her world.  Especially when Sojourne was formed a few years ago.  Gospel, Soul, Classical were already in place.  Enter husband, Zachary, who plays guitar in the group.  His focus is on Rock and Blues.  Drummer Stephen McGrath brings Jazz to the mix - funky or understated.  Tim Long is the earthy force behind bass.  You mix the dynamic fusion of these sincere musicians and you have a VERY different sound.  

    We'll be playing three tracks from "These Seeds" - a new work from Sojourne.  And the first thought that will come to your mind  is that you have no comparison to make.  That's what people usually do.  "Oh - that sounds like (fill in the blank)." You honestly cannot do that with Sojourne because of the Melting Pot effect.  And each song will take you in a different direction!  You can't put your finger on any one genre that is dominant over the other here - what strikes you is that Trina's empassioned voice takes you somewhere that you haven't traveled.  In actuality, Sojourn means "temporary stay."  It conjures exotic images.  You may want to stay longer :)  Join us on 10/13.