Dec 22, 2012
It's the day after the winter Solstice 2012 and our world didn't come to an end thankfully! It's Day 1- The Dream is Now. We feature The ShakeShifterS, the house band for It's the Way of Love. They play It's the Way of Love, Wake Up!, The Ring, and Jungle Fever. We talk to movers and shakers doing great things for the world: Kyle Thiermann of Surfing for Change www.surfingforchange.com; Sean R. Van Sommeran of Pelagic Shark Research Foundation www.pelagic.org, Dr. and Mrs. Future on the future after Solstice 2012 www.drfutureshow.com.
We feature the rockin' band Sweet HayaH! Nehal Abuelata - Lead vocals/Keyboard, Devin Moreno - Lead Guitar/vocals, Josh Gardner - Drums, Aaron Marquez - Bass/vocal. See www.reverbnation.com/sweethayah.
Dec 15, 2012
We talk to Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow about their book The Trust Frequency. This book presents a unique synthesis of indigenous cosmology, quantum science, and Eastern and Western mysticism. Bailey and Baxter Marlow are original thinkers, writers, photographers, film-makers, and inspirational public speakers. See http://thetrustfrequency.net/
We also talk to Kyle Buthman, 24 year old Santa Cruz professional surfer and filmmaker about his film Get Rad 3 which is about to premier at the Rio Theater on Dec. 22. For trailors see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaBwwa9ttYA.
We feature the legendary musician Dale Ockerman and his new cd “What If?” Born in Oroville, and raised in Castro Valley, Ca., Dale started writing songs at four, playing trumpet around six, and soon played in the Cal State Youth symphony in Hayward. When the family moved to Fremont when he was 12, Dale started teaching himself to play an antique pump organ purchased at a garage sale. His first paying gig was at 18 with SF psychedelic legends Quicksilver Messenger Service at the closing of Bill Graham's Fillmore West (the Carousel Ballroom). After his first tour with Quicksilver, he moved to Aptos, ca., attended Cabrillo College, joined the IAM band and The Doobie Brothers. He is featured on ten Doobies CDs. He has a new cd out What If? as well as A Peace of My Mind. See More on Dale at http://www.daleockerman.com.
Dec 8, 2012
Audrey Murr Copland, British Healer & Renowned International Healing Arts Tutor, speaks about healing our planet through love. On 12/12/2012 and every day we hope everybody can try to connect to this love. Audrey shares an important Breathing and Meditation Exercise for Personal and Universal Healing. Audrey has built up a dedicated following over 25 years in the spiritual field. She was fortunate to develop her skills alongside mentors such as Sir George Trevelyan, Frederic Lionel, Lilla Bek, Brugh Joy and Barbara Ann Brennan. She is widely travelled and has taught many hundreds of people how to heal and be healed in many different places including America, Canada, Newfoundland, Alaska, Germany, Israel, Spain and Portugal. Audrey has also helped set up Healing organisations in Europe and USA. Audrey is a natural sensitive who works intuitively with colour and energy yet she has always sought to grow and develop her skills through experience and deep study. For more information go to www.ucanhealit.com.
Three members of the Steven Graves band play songs from the newly released cd "Let it Ride." Let it Ride evokes images of early Neil Young with great harmony vocals, tasty guitar and mandolin riffs, and Steven’s emotional and passionate singing. See http://www.stevengravesmusic.com.
Finally, the most angelic music we've ever heard-- Marya Stark playing songs from her newly released "The Garden" album. From the sunny coast of Santa Cruz, California, singer-songwriter Marya Stark emerges from Gadgetbox Studios, where she and producer Andy Zenzack have been chiseling away for over a year to delicately craft a sonic masterpiece. Marya’s debut album “The Garden” is a collection of 13 songs ranging in influence from classical aria, pop music, and cinematic indie folk. Each song blossoms, carving its own unique aesthetic world. The record features lush string arrangements, pounding orchestral drum sections and Queen-styled vocal harmonies. At the center of it all is Marya’s refined, hypnotic and enchanting voice weaving intelligent, honest and lucid stories. Her hope-filled anthems, dynamic musicality and expansive emotional landscapes show the many facets of a passionate, awakening heart. See http://maryastark.bandcamp.com.
Dec 1, 2012
We are live at the the Santa Cruz Lighted Boat Parade with the KSCO radio broadcast sponsored by the famous Aldo's restaurant. Mauro Olivieri, son John along with general manager Alfredo Servin have taken over active family operation of Aldo’s Harbor Restaurant. We are at the Santa Cruz Yacht Harbor's annual Lighted Boat Parade.
We talk to Kyle Theirmann, 22 year old pro surfer, who has created some serious waves around the world. He is the creator and host of the hit youtube series, Surfing For Change. Combining surfing great waves with making a series of short films about current issues, Thiermann focuses on the power you have to create a better world through everyday decisions.His first youtube movie in the series, Claim Your Change, details how money kept in multinational banks is used to finance destructive projects all over the world. One such project, a proposed coal-fired powerplant in Constitucion, Chile, home of a world-class surf spot and fishing village, is the subject of the movie.This video inspired people to move hundreds of million of dollars out of centralized banks into local banks and credit unions, and reached people throughout North America, South America, Africa and much of Europe.Since then, he has made movies ranging from the importance of shopping locally, to following a plastic bag to Hawaii. See http://surfingforchange.com/ .
We enjoy the live music of Coyote Slim, an advocate of locally produced food and sustainable living. Coyote Slim plays the Farm Fresh Blues! A farmer-musician by inclination, Coyote Slim is also a writer, an arborist, and a steward of the land. You can contact him at www.coyoteslim.com.
Thank you Santa Cruz Yacht Club (http://www.scyc.org) and Aldo's Restaurant (www.aldos-cruz.com) for a really fun event!