The Trust Frequency and new cd by Dale Ockerman


connieandandrew.jpg 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

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

dale.jpg 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

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