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Special Guest Joey Nittolo, Movie Producer & Host of "The Space Between Podcast"

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Special Guest Joey Nittolo, Movie Producer & Host of "The Space Between" Podcast, A Podcast that Celebrates and Shares “An Experience In Awareness,” Merging Pop Culture and Spirituality.    Nittolo's show and podcast highlights the unique experiences of artists, philanthropists, authors, athletes, celebrities, scientists, and cultural icons through the exploration of consciousness in pop culture.   His guests tell their story so we can all share the messages and moments that come from accessing The Space Between. 

Joey Nittolo was not your average spiritual seeker, looking for a path to enlightenment.  He was a hardscrabble kid, raised on the streets of Hollywood in the 1970's by his mother and father who was a PIMP and a heroin addict.  Nittolo pursued and achieved financial success.  He leveraged the intuition he gained from the streets and began a successful career spanning real estate and film production.  He produced several motion pictures, including writing the original story of A MAN APART, starring Vin Diesel, and Larenz Tate, and he produced POOL HALL JUNKIES, starring Christopher Walken and Chazz Palminteri.   In 2017, while he was in a shower one day Nittolo had a sudden burst of energy (A Kundalini Awakening) which heightened his frequency, causing him to hear and perceive sounds that others could not. 

Expanding beyond the podcast, Nittolo is staging The Space Between Music Festival in September 2020 in Luxor, Egypt.  It will be the first of many concerts (to include festivals in Bali and India) to honor sacred sites around the world.   On November 15 and 16th, 2019 Joey's larger initiative is to raise awareness of the global water crisis and will be supporting non-profits (to include Sea Shepherd, 4 Ocean, and more).  

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