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Release My Soul, the 5th cd from Mark May (former guitarist and vocalist for Dickey Betts and Great Southern), is jam-packed with traditional blues, blues-rock and soulful ballads.
Perfecting his craft playing rough and tumble biker bars and blues clubs in Houston, Texas for over 20 years, Mark recently returned to his hometown, Columbus, Ohio, where he performed in nightclubs before his 15th birthday. His astonishing live shows featuring dynamic twin leads and dual harmony guitar work are the perfect complement to Mark's smooth vocals.
The Mark May Band has performed at Telluride Blues and Brews, Mississippi Valley Blues Fest, King Biscuit, Tremblant International Blues Festival, Dallas International Guitar Show, Chenango Blues Festival, Lone Star Rally, Dogs on Hawgs, Houston International Festival, House Of Blues - Houston and in addition, was opening act for Allman Brothers Amphitheater Tour in 1997 & 1998.
Mark currently gets heavy rotation on Sirius/XM and Sonic Tap radio. He has been featured in Blues Review, Guitar Player, Guitar World, Vintage Guitar, Tone Quest and other major publications.
"Equal part blues man and southern rocker, Mark has just released his fifth disc
Aleya is a sound healer, energetic practitioner, Minister in the state of California, Doctor of Oriental Medicine in New Mexico, and a Licensed Acupuncturist in Colorado. She has been an alternative healer for 20 years. Aleya graduated from Lewis and Clark University in Portland, Oregon and earned her Master's Degree in Oriental Medicine from The Southwest Acupuncture School in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She practiced in Telluride, Colorado for 7 years before moving to Santa Barbara, California where she serves an international clientele as a spiritual guide and sound healer.
In 2001 Aleya had an enlightenment experience, which enabled her to perceive other realms, hear the angelic beings, and increased her empathic and clairvoyant abilities. Aleya has mastered the ability to help people release the root causes of their suffering. Her tools help people discover how to move forward with greater peace, empowerment, and freedom.
Each day Aleya tunes into the energy coming onto the planet and creates a guided meditation to email to clients all over the world. Her Cups of Consciousness meditations help guide, support and attain increased clarity, balance and joy each morning.
In addition to her daily Cups of Consciousness, Aleya also hosts conference call sessions, called The TALL Cups of Consciousness, every 3 weeks. These sessions are live online so clients can listen and watch Aleya as she answers questions, teaches her unique protocols and gives energetic weather forecasts.
Aleya also guests on numerous radio shows including The Shirley McClain Show, hosts many in-person classes and retreats, maintains a successful private practice, and has produced 5 commercial CDs, Awaken, Om-ing with Whales, Angelic Healing, Sound Medicine, and In Stillness. She recently signed with Sounds True for her Angelic Healing album.
Karin Thayer is the Founder/CEO of Fertility Planit -- a leading and totally unique resource in the family planning space. Fertility Planit connects people who want to explore all options for creating a family, with leading experts, resources and inspirational voices that can help them.
During a long and challenging journey with trying to have a child, Karin decided to "fly solo" into motherhood. Throughout her experience she yearned for a comprehensive online resource which could be customized to help her find the information, support and inspiration she needed to create her family.
Fertility Planit is the resource Karin couldn't find. It’s a double bottom line start-up that launched in January 2013 in Los Angeles. They produce an annual event featuring lleading experts and inspirational voices across fertility, family planning, health and wellness. The highlights reel from the first LA show can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/FertilityPlanitLA2013HighlightsVideo. The next show LA show will take place April 4th and 5th at UCLA.
Karin earned her BA at Smith College and her MFA at USC Film School. She is an experienced TV producer and journalist, producing content all over the world for clients such as the BBC, Discovery, PBS, MTV and Oxygen. Her award-winning films have screened at festivals including Sundance, Berlin, Telluride and BFI.
In 2010, after being told by specialists she would never conceive with her own eggs, Karin conceived naturally with a known donor. Her healthy baby boy was born in April 2011. She now wants to help make the path lighter for others.
SO MUCH TRUE CRIME NEWS.
THE GRAND JURY INDICTMENT OF JOHN AND PATSY RAMSEY RELEASED. TELLURIDE POLICE CHIEF JAMES KOLAR JOINS US TO DISCUSS THE LATEST, MICHAEL SKAKEL GRANTED A NEW TRIAL IN THE MURDER OF MARTHA MOXLEY AND MORE. BETH KARAS FROM WILD ABOUT TRIALS.COM JOINS US AND WE'LL HAVE A FEW SURPRISE GUESTS AS WELL.
Based on the wildly popular true crime forum Websleuths.com (www.websleuths.com/forums) and Forums for Justice.org (www.forumsforjustice.org/forums) this radio show is unlike any other show you have heard before. Each week Tricia's True Crime Radio features several intriguing true crime cases. Host Tricia Griffith is a veteran radio disc jockey and co-owner of Websleuths.com and owner of Forums for Justice.org. She brings her unique brand of broadcasting, knowledge and (at times) humor her True Crime Radio. Tricia's True Crime Radio. True Crime, Current Events, Always Discussed with Common Sense!!! The opinions expressed on Tricia's True Crime Radio are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Websleuths.com, the website, which is a totally separate corporate entity or the opinions of Forum
Today on the Brian The Hammer Show:
-9/11, We will never forget but, are we any safer now than then?
-President Obama warns of peril if Syria is ignored
-George Zimmerman, is he the poster for why we should have Gun Control
-Chris Berry, Actor; "Django Unchained" "Killing Them Softly", "3:10 To Yuma" & "12 Years A Slave", the runaway critical hit of the Telluride and Toronto International Film Festivals.
In "12 Years A Slave" Chris portrays the Character James Burch. Based on an incredible true story of one man's fight for survival and freedom. In the pre-Civil War United States, Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a free black man from upstate NY is abducted and sold into slavery. Facing cruelty, as well as unexpected kindnesses, Solomon struggles not only to stay alive, but to retain his dignity. In the twelfth year of his unforgettable odyssey, Solomon's chance meeting with a Canadian abolitionist (Brad Pitt) will forever alter his life. Written by Fox Searchlight
Join us LIVE to hear the rest of the story of Solomon Northup and the making of "12 Years A Slave" at 10am pacific - 1pm eastern
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This Tuesday JonBenet Ramsey would have been 23 years old.
Our guest Sunday August 4th will be Former lead investigator and now police chief of Telluride Colorado, Chief James Kolar. Chief Kolar wrote the book, "A Foreign Faction: Who Really Kidnapped JonBenet.
The Grand Jury indicted JonBenet's parents for her death but the public was never told and no case was ever brought.
This and more will be up for discussion this Sunday 8 PM Eastern on Tricia's True Crime Radio.
Host Tricia Griffith is a veteran radio disc jockey and co-owner of Websleuths.com and owner of Forums for Justice.org. She brings her unique brand of broadcasting, knowledge and (at times) humor her True Crime Radio. Tricia's True Crime Radio. True Crime, Current Events, Always Discussed with Common Sense!!! The opinions expressed on Tricia's True Crime Radio are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Websleuths.com, the website, which is a totally separate corporate entity or the opinions of Forums for Justice.org
Rain Perry is an award-winning songwriter and author of the autobiographical play Cinderblock Bookshelves: A Guide for Children of Fame-Obsessed Bohemian Nomads. She has released three albums on her own Precipitous Records.
Her song “Beautiful Tree” is the theme for the CW Series Life Unexpected, and other songs have been placed here and there as well. She is the Grand Prize winner of both the John Lennon Song Contest (Folk Division) and the ROCKRGRL Discoveries competition, as well as a Telluride Troubadour finalist. She divides her time between motherhood and the lucrative world of independent folk-rock music.
Robin O'Herin is a Berkshires-based, acoustic blues and gospel musician with a hint of Appalachian mountain music. She plays bottleneck and fingerstyle guitar and mountain dulcimer.
Robin specializes in historically rich, often interactive concerts that include original and traditional American music, for schools, libraries and small listening rooms. Her concerts are warm, affirming experiences she shares with the audience. Let her take you on a journey of musical exploration through the Delta and Piedmont regions of the South. Song selections may include Robert Johnson, Blind Willie Johnson and Robin's own original blues and fingerstyle ballads.
Robin was a finalist in the 2006 Memphis Blues Challenge. She played in the Tropea Blues Festival in Trope Italy in September '06. She was the headlining act in the Resophonic Blues Festival in Pilzen, CZ. in '05. She opened for the Doobie Brothers in Pittsfield, MA. and for Vance Gilbert and Michael Powers in Sept 04. Her arrangement of "Old Country Rock" and her original "Everhopeful" were used in the soundtrack for the PBS "2005 Roadtrip Nations" Series (episode 4). She was a Telluride Blues Finalist in 2009.
Robin has shared the stage with Paul Geremia, Andy Cohen and Roy Bookbinder. She has served as song leader in several churches and led a traditional gospel choir.
The Movie Geeks speak with directors Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead) and Joe Swanberg (Hannah Takes the Stairs) about their latest film - the horror anthology V/H/S. The film is now available On Demand and will be released in theaters on October 5.
Plus, a roundtable discussion on the Oscar hopefuls premiering at Venice and Telluride Film Festivals, including Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, Ben Affleck's Argo, and Terrence Malick's To the Wonder, and the waning reputation of director Steven Spielberg amongst the critical intelligencia.
Also, the premiere of Cliff Martinez's new score for the upcoming film Arbitrage starring Richard Gere.
Singer, songwriter, Kate Klim was five years old when her family inherited a piano, 9 years old when she received her first lesson, and 11 years old when an unsuccessful audition for the film "Life with Mikey" caused her to rethink her career as a moviestar. This was fortunate, because the singer/songwriter Club Passim has since called a "local rising star" then turned to music.
With roots in Palatine, Illinois and Downingtown, Pennsylvania, Kate was raised on a steady diet of Carole King , Paul Simon, Billy Joel and John Lennon. Later on, her influences grew to include Patty Griffin, Jonatha Brooke, Chris Trapper and Garrison Starr.
Kate's musical success in her hometown led her to Berklee College of Music in Boston. It was here that Kate worked on her skills as a writer and performer, and became involved with the music community that had produced icons like Bob Dylan years before, and Tracy Chapman and Patty Griffin in the recent past. Soon enough her song "Heaven Help Me" led off the 2003 "Best of Boston" singer-songwriter compilation CD, and her audience beagn to grow.
Her folk/pop style is making a name for her in thesinger/songwriter community. Her newest release, "Kamikaze Love" contains her strongest songs yet, including the two pieces than won her the New Folk competition and earned her a spot at Telluride, taking the main stage between Steve Earle and Sarah MacLachlan. Produced by friend, band mate and promising new producer Brian Packer, the album is a sign that Kate is no longer trying to conform to the folk community, but rather embracing the indie-pop songwriter she has always been. The product is an honest collection of songs that Kate considers her best work yet.
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