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TANYA MARIE HARRIS admits to being somewhat of a late bloomer as far as Country music goes. “Growing up, we listened to a lot of rock more than anything. My mom never listened to Country – unless it was Patsy Cline,” she recalled of her formative years in Ontario. However, a trip into the southern United States changed all of that. “A little later on, I went on a trip to South Carolina, and they had so many Country radio stations around, so I got my first taste of it then. I went home and started listening to it, and watching CMT. I fell in love with the fact that I could understand it. Country is straight-forward, taking a page out of someone’s life and putting it to song. It was always a story that was relatable and understandable.” Tanya is currently working on a seven song EP with several of the songs already available at iTunes including the current single - now released to US radio - called Second Hand Dreams.
WILDFLOWER brings a unique blend of folk-roots & rock to their own brand of Country music. As with most musical journeys, Wildflower started with a song. Singer–songwriters Jennie Clarke (vocals) and Dean Selby (vocals, guitar) first met in a Calgary recording studio in 2012, and an instant chemistry and creative connection emerged. It wasn’t long before the two began writing & performing together. Recently honoured with a nomination for 2013 Group/Duo of the Year by the Association of Country Music in Alberta, and Top 10 Regional finalists in the prestigious CBC Searchlight competition in 2014, Wildflower is ready to make their mark on the Canadian Country music scene. Their first full-length album will be released in August 2014. Entitled Long Road, the album name is fitting considering the journey these two have taken to get to this point in their musical careers.
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Episode 53 – 09/24/2014 – Current challenges to health and wellness
Ebola is an out of hand pandemic threatening the human race;
Good immune system health and making your own food;
Painkillers and prescription and over the counter addictions;
Ghost towers - who owns them? These should concern everyone;
Prairie and wildflower lawns and what makes ecological sense;
Laboring workers, legal and illegal and their economic impact;
Offroad sports and Nick’s time at Rednecks With Paychecks;
Terry’s book reports and passing personages.
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Hell No! the radio show is a socially conscious water cooler talk show about what’s going on in the world as we feature guests and callers who express their thoughts. Hell No! is friendly, funny, real and focused on empowering the truth. We give a voice to people left in the dust. This program is not democratic, fascist, politically correct or a place for sacred cows. We do advocate peace, critical thought, education, reading and social awareness.
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Whatever your interest—protecting natural places, adding native plants to your garden, photographing wildflowers, or lending expertise to our community of native plant enthusiasts—there’s a place for you at the Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society (INPAWS).INPAWS members are working to create healthy ecosystems and save the wild beauty of Indiana. Host Kathy Sipple Speaks to INPAWS member Tacy Fletcher about the group and its activities. Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society
Meet Musician/Producer/Performer Robin Russell, of the 1970's R&B group New Birth and their counterpart, the Nite-Liters. You may have heard his drumming on such New Birth hits as "I Can Understand It", "Wildflower", "Dream Merchant", "It's Been Such a Long Time" and "Keep on Doing it". His drum beats have also been sampled by such R&B Hip-Hop artists as Jamie Foxx, Mariah Carey, De La Soul, Fat Joe, Big Daddy Kane, A Tribe Called Quest, Master P, LL Cool J, Public Enemy, Biggie Smalls and many, many more!
Robin is currently composing original works and gives private drum lessons. He has recently reunited with New Birth performing across the country. He also plays with various other artists, as well as solo performances.
THE ISAAC SISTERS - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 2014 - 6:00 pm PST - ON AIR PERSONALITY - MS SEQUIEL
The Isaac Sisters : Biography
Asia, Aliyah and Shakira Isaac are three sisters born in Austin, TX. They are known by their performance name, "The Isaac Sisters". The Isaac Sisters haven’t reached their adult years yet, but once they hit the stage, you will think they've been entertaining their whole life.
They already know what they want to do as a career – singing & acting! So far the girls have written 10 of their own songs and they are always looking for more opportunities to perform and become recognized.
They discovered their desire to sing after listening to their parent’s musical influences from Motown, Pop, R&B, Country. In which led them to developed their genre music which is pop.
The Isaac Sisters’ performances history includes appearances at San Antonio Ford Children’s Festival (San Antonio, TX), Urban Music Festival (Austin, TX), Juneteenth Festival (Round Rock, TX), Old Settlers Festival (Buda, TX) Wildflower Art Festival (Dallas, TX), 13th Annual African American Festival (Austin, TX) Spring Fling Festival (Laguna Niguel, CA) Chalk & Walk Festival(Round Rock, TX), Springboard South Music Festival (Houston, TX), California State Fair(Sacramento, CA),
An experienced feature film Producer, Emmanuel Itier directed the thriller ‘Tell me no Lies’ (2000) and the horror film ‘Scarecrow’ (2002). He completed in 2012 the Peace documentary ‘The Invocation’ narrated by Sharon Stone and with Desmond Tutu, HH The Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra and many others worldwide peace activists. Emmanuel also produced the films ‘Wildflower’ (1999) and ‘Scarecrow Slayers’ (2003) among other pictures. He also acted as a co-producer and financing consultant: ‘Johnny Mnemonic’, ‘Another 9 1/2 weeks’, ‘Shattered Image’ (1998), ‘The Dentist’ (1996), and ‘Progeny’(1999). In 2013 Mr. Itier executive-produced a Drama filmed in Hong Kong: ‘Red Passage’ which entered the Festival circuit in 2014. He also directed and co-wrote an action picture for The Asylum: ATTILA with ultimate fighter star Cheik Kongo. Emmanuel Itier has also been a successful Music and Film journalist for both Rock Magazines, French TV networks and the internet for the last twenty five years. Finally Itier has been a buyer for various French Film distribution companies for the last twenty years. He was on the board of directors of the Santa Barbara Film Festival for a decade and he writes poetry. He is also very involved with charities and the political world. He grew up in France and moved in the USA twenty five years ago. He resides in Santa Barbara, California with his wife and three sons. Finally Emmanuel Itier released in late 2013 another inspiring documentary Celebrating Women around the planet: ‘FEMME-Women healing the World.’ This Documentary earned several Awards around the World. Mr. Itier is now directing five documentaries in order to keep making Peace, One movie at a time. This new series is called The Universalis Collection: Documentaries for a Conscious Humanity.
"FEMME; Women Healing the World" Movie with Actress Sharon Stone & Rickie Lee Jones. Music by Yoko Ono. Director Emmanuel Itier is our VIP Guest!
Emmanuel Itier directed the thriller Tell Me No Lies, horror film Scarecrow, & The Invocation, which Sharon Stone narrated. He produced films like Wildflower, Johnny Mnemonic, Another 9 ½ Weeks, and Shattered Image.
Painting of Rickie Lee Jones by Judy Joy Jones.
Flying Thru Galaxies with Joy! with Director Emmanuel Itier:
Opening Music by Belgium Classical Composer; Stefan Meylaers with 'The Grand Opening'.
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Coaching Professionalism: Owning our roots and strengthening the field
This show will be about the evolution of coaching and coaches as professionals. What are the disciplines, theories and practices that influence coaching? Why is important we own our roots? What do we really need to know as practitioners?
Diane Brennan, MBA, MCC works with leaders and teams to expand thinking, navigate change, and create a learning culture. Her clients are in aerospace, academics, healthcare, science, and engineering. She is Dean of the Master Coach Program for the Business Coaching Institute, Helsinki, Finland. She served as the first Director of Training for Fielding Graduate University's Evidence-Based Coaching Program. Diane is co-editor of The Handbook of Knowledge-based Coaching with Leni Wildflower, PhD (2011) and The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching (2008). Diane is recognized internationally as a leader in coaching and served as the global International Coach Federation President in 2008. She is also a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, a founding fellow of the Harvard Institute of Professional Coaching and the International Positive Psychology Association.
Diane lives in Tucson, AZ. She can be reached at email@example.com
Coach Conversations is sponsored by the ICF Phoenix, produced by Ana Melikian an Elite Level Book Yourself Solid Coach, and hosted by Katharine Halpin, MCC.
Filmmaker Emmanuel Itier drops by to discuss FEMME: Women Healing the World, his award-winning documentary celebrating women who are transforming and healing global societies on a daily basis. Sharon Stone, executive producer of the film, has also been invited to call in. This powerful and inspiring movie, which includes provocative interviews with 100 influential women, explains why feminine values like cooperation and nurturing are needed to solve many of the crises facing today’s world.
During 2013, FEMME won numerous awards and honors, such as Best Spiritual Movie Award from the Conscious Life Expo, the Illumination Humanitarian Award from Lady Filmmakers Film Festival, and the Global Citizen Filmmaker Award from the Santa Barbara Documentary Film Festival.
Filmmaker Itier has an impressive background as a director, writer, and producer. He directed the thriller Tell Me No Lies, the horror film Scarecrow, and the peace documentary The Invocation, which Sharon Stone narrated. He produced or co-produced films like Wildflower, Johnny Mnemonic, Another 9 ½ Weeks, and Shattered Image.
FEMME is available worldwide for streaming and downloads at www.FemmeTheMovie.com. Please check it out!
In the endurance sports world competition is tough, finding sponsors and making a living is even tougher. Join our Host Richard Diaz and guests Sean Watkins-president of Watkins ink., and pro triathlete Heather Jackson as they reveal what it takes to go pro.
It’s not enough to be a great athlete, being wise in business, making the right contacts and getting exposure in the right circles are all part of the equation of turning pro.
Sean Watkins is the founder and president of Watkins Ink., a sports marketing company with an impressive stable of pro triathletes and cyclists. He is in the business of spotting talent and nurturing careers for some of the best athletes in the world. Heather Jackson, is one of the hottest female triathletes in the world today, coming off of 3 impressive wins this year: 1st Place- Oceanside 70.3 (2013) 1st Place- ESCAPE From Alcatraz Triathlon (2013) 1st Place- Wildflower Triathlon (2013)
Do you think you have what it takes to become a sponsored pro athlete? If so, this is a show you do not want to miss!
219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Tacy Fletcher of Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society’s North Chapter. INPAWS is growing despite the end of the growing season, and the fall of shorter nights and sleeping plants…
Tacy will discuss the numerous hikes the INPAWS group led; some of what was seen and identified; friends made; and trails discovered. More of the same can be expected from INPAWS North Chapter in the upcoming year including the indoor monthly talks by invited speakers who have expertise in native plant species.
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Joan became a real estate professional in 1981. During the ensuing years, through her personal experience of divorce and as a professional Realtor who has counseled women going through divorce, she became committed to helping women and families successfully navigate this often difficult transition. In 2010 she created the non profit, Wildflower Women’s Foundation, to assist women with financial, legal and education needs, while providing a strong community of support. For more information, to donate, apply for a scholarship, or to volunteer, please visit http://wildflowerwomensfoundation.org/
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