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Wanda's Picks Radio Special with Amikaeyla Gaston & Kristoff St. John

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Amikaeyla Gaston is a multiple-award-winning singer, international best-selling recording artist and cultural change catalyst working at the intersection between science and the arts - particularly music. As the Founder and Director of ICAHSI, the International Cultural Arts & Healing Sciences Institute, she travels the world as a cultural ambassador furthering surprising connections in unexpected places through the arts, activism, and advocacy.  Her Music As Medicine - Healing with an Artful Purpose programming - a multi-faceted therapeutic approach through music, movement, & theater modalities - has taken her around the world.  Special Concert: She is featured in a special performance with John Santos this Sunday, July 27, 2014, in Spirits Lifted:A Musical Celebration featuring John Santos and special guest Amikaeyla Gaston, Sunday, July 27th  3:00pm, EastSide Cultural Center, 2277 East 14th Street, Oakland, $15 at the door. 

Kristoff St. John is best known for his role on ‘The Young and the Restless’ but the actor has much more than “soap star” on his resume. The NAACP award winner is releasing a new documentary, “A Man Called God” that took 33 years to film. “A Man Called GOD” is a documentary that was written and produced by “The Young and the Restless” star Kristoff St. John. It explores the St. John family traveling from Los Angeles to India in search of God. The documentary itself took place in 1980, and what the family would soon uncover is that their quest would turn into something more devilish than one would think. http://buzzworthyradiocast.com/?p=316

Music: Amikaelya, John Santos, Sweet Honey in the Rock

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