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Eliza Pirosca Warden is a recent graduate of Samford University. She holds the Bachelor of Music degree in vocal and violin performance, and the Master of Music degree in church music. She was named the 2014 outstanding graduate student in Samford’s Division of Music. Eliza teaches voice, violin, and piano lessons at Dawson Music Academy. She performs at regional concerts, weddings, and church services.
Susie started playing violin at an early age under the direction of Katherine Sasaki of The Katherine Sasaki Suzuki Violin School Academy. After her completion of the Academy, she studied with Anne Foreman. During her adolescent career she performed with various groups including the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra and Northwest Symphony Orchestra. She received scholarships to attend master violin workshops at the Universities of Illinois, Eastern Illinois and Madison. She has taken improvisational classes with Jazz Violinist Randy Sabien. Susie is a member of the Fiddle Players Union, Suzuki Academy Association, Southwestern Bluegrass Music Association, and Southern Old Timer Fiddle Association. Although Susie's formal training was classical. Being from the South, her heart and soul belong to Dixie. She's been playing bluegrass and country music professionally for 15 years. Known in the South as "Susie the Wedding Fiddler." Susie is in high-demand as the wedding fiddler and is a premier artist in the wedding industry. She can play any indoor/outdoor venue from backyard barbeques to black tie events! Susie has recorded with various country artists and as a solo artist. She is a favorite amongst the local country fair circuit. Susie is also available for violin/fiddle instruction. Click HERE to Contact Me about your event
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Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Day 2 of Big Blend Radio’s Quality of Life Radio Expo, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona
- Janice Lennard – Yoga and Pilates Instructor who has been involved with ballet, yoga, and pilates through study, practice, and instruction for over 65 years.
- Cynthia Johnston, Herbalist and owner of MoonMaid Botanicals discusses Herbs as Aphrodisiacs.
- Chalky White – Ski Instructor, Keynote Speaker, Author of best-seller ‘The 7 Secrets of Skiing’
- Dennis Yang – Founder of Papa Didos Ideals Foundation, author and endurance athlete on an 11,000 mile run around the US for children's literacy and health.
- S. Ward Heinrichs Esq. - Partner at Backstrom & Heinrichs Attorneys at Law in San Diego will discuss Harassment in the workplace.
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Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Day 1 of Big Blend Radio’s special Quality of Life Radio Expo, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
- Meg Blackburn Losey, PhD – Author ‘THE CHILDREN OF NOW...EVOLUTION: How We Can Support the Fast-Forward Evolution of Our Children and All of Humanity’
- Mae Edwards – Singer-songwriter, violinist, recording artist, author 'Starlette & Saint: A Memoir On Dualism’
- Asher Fox, C.Ht,.Sc.B. – Author ‘Fat to Fearless: Enjoy Permanent Weight Loss and End Emotional Eating...For Good!’
- Aggie Garcia – Fashion designer and owner of Illusions by Aggie discusses Sewing History.
- Glynn Burrows - Norfolk Tours in England explains ‘Why Buy Local?’
Finding the right wedding favors — neither too cheap nor too grand — can be difficult. With wedding favors, the line between cute and kitsch is hin. If you either can’t or don’t decide to spend money on favors, then you should forego giving anything at all — it’s not necessary. With a little creativity, however, you can probably find or make the perfect favor.
The Wedding 101 Show host David Rothstein tackles common blunders made by brides and grooms on their big day. “The first mistake they make is having separate rooms at their reception—one room for dinner and dancing, and another room for the bar, photo booth, suite tables and so on,” he says. “But what that does is draw half of your crowd out of the main room, where they hang out. That’s a dangerous thing to do. What you get is two half-weddings. The second mistake is having too many events at the same time. Sometimes couples will have six toasts, and then a video montage, and then Uncle Jim’s going to play the trombone with the band and then there’s a special presentation to your grandfather. The danger here is that if any of the events run longer than scheduled, it gets exhausting for your guests.”
Never scoff at a wedding band. For among those musicians may be cats who’ve played with some of the biggest acts of all time. That’s the message from The Wedding 101 Show host David Rothstein, whose day job is conducting his own ensemble at receptions throughout the Midwest. “You want a band who’s excited about playing your wedding, who don’t see it as something beneath them—that playing in clubs is the ‘real’ musician work,” he says. “Our male vocalist has toured with Elton John and Stevie Wonder. And our female vocalist has toured with Aretha Franklin and Celine Dion and Mariah Carey. We’ve also got Grammy-winning musicians in the band who do play in clubs, and have recorded hit CDs.”
As anyone who’s attended a wedding reception in recent years can attest, photo booths are the hot feature. But what forces precipitated this trend? “Weddings are a special day and capturing every moment is so important. Hiring the best photographer, hiring a cutting-edge videographer is only a part of that,” Cheryl Bayma-Brock of Shutterbooth tells The Wedding 101 Show host David Rothstein. “Photobooths have become a new way of capturing a whole other side of the wedding. Guests really let loose in the photobooths. Now, everybody owns a digital camera, or a smart phone with a built-in camera. The problem with those is that a lot of people never print out their photos. But because out booths print out the photos on-site, they become a treasured keepsake.”
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Sorting through the vast array of DJs who tout themselves as perfect for your wedding party can make your head, ah, spin. So you’d be wise to heed the advice of a pro like Curt Zimmerman. “No two weddings are the same. When we do meet with bride and groom, we ask them what they'd like, what their vision of their wedding reception is, and how we can best make that vision become a reality,” the founder or Stax O Wax Productions tells I Do Radio host Angela Chester. “Every couple has their own favorite style of music and knows if their family members are big dancers or not-so-big dancers. It’s very easy for us to change up styles, so we really strive to make the reception what they want it to be, and not what we think it should be.”