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Listening Lyrics - Music that reflects our spiritual side ( with guest Corey La Rue)

This weeks show will feature music that reflects on our spiritual side. My in studio guest will be Corey La Rue. Corey is a painter, poet, musician and oh so much more. The reason I have invited Corey is that much of his work reflects his spiritual walk. 
Friday at 4:00PM

Listening Lyrics - Music and guns (lets load guns with music)

FRIDAY 4:00PM

This weeks show will feature music that revolves around guns. Thought it might be fun to see what the musical culture has to say.

In addition we will have a call in guest from GUITARS NOT GUNS a non profit organization working with kids. "Using music as a catalyst we encourage children and teens to use their creativity to foster personal development and to help divert them from self-destructive influences such as drugs, alcohol and gang-related activities. By providing free guitars and lessons we hope to engage their creative potential and help them achieve their dreams."

Their web site is www.guitarsnotguns.org

Some songs are familiar, some not - but all are worth a listen.

Listening Lyrics - A&M 50th Anniversary (repeat) 1/9/13, 2:00PM

This week is a repeat since I am in LA. B U T if you missed the A&M anniversary show here is your opportunity.

Last Year, 50 years ago the first song sold on a new label was "Lonely Bull" by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass.
A&M records was founded by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss. They created a record label with the artist in mind.
This hour will be spent exploring the talents A&M brought to us.

Listening Lyrics - A musical look at the FISCAL CLIFF -airing 12/15/12-

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WED. Dec. 12th show will have some fun explaining the FISCAL CLIFF through music. Featured will be an eclectic mix of artists. I had a blast putting it together.
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Listening Lyrics - A little musical fun with St. Nicks Day - WED. Dec 5, 2012

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This week LISTENING LYRICS takes a look at St. Nicholas Day (DEC. 5) as celebrated in Holland. Why Holland? Well you see in Holland this day is huge for the children - its when they receive their Christmas gifts. So lets mix it up with some music and enjoy the show

Listening Lyrics - A discussion with local artist Evan Clayburg. Wed Nov 28, 2012

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Listening Lyrics will spend an hour with local artist Evan Clayburg. Program will air 11/28/12 at 2:00PM on KDRT 95.7
Evan Clayburg, a Davis resident who, 2 years ago, ventured from Chicago to visit his cousin and now Davis is home. Evan, is a self-trained musician, visual and performance artist. Evan was eight years old when he picked up the guitar and has played in various DIY (do it yourself) bands over the years. He is currently involved in 3 local bands, Ennui Trust, White Hole, and Loner. Ennui Trust currently finished a west coast tour with a stint in Canada.
His visual and performance art has been shown and performed thru out northern California

Listening Lyrics - Exploring Thanksgiving through Enabling and Music

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This week LISTENING LYRICS will offer some songs exploring thanksgiving through enabling.
My special guest will be Jack Edwards.
Aside from talking about his Peace Corps experience Jack will talk about his real passion the last number of years. Since his retirement from Cummins Jack has developed a career volunteering for an amazing social entrepreneurship non-profit called Ashoka. With this group he’s been traveling the breadth of Latin America evaluating potential social entrepreneurs for viability to then assist financially and with the necessary and continuing ‘underpinnings’ to ensure that, once begun, a newly formed business will be successful. Should be a fascinating discussion; personally, I see it as a great way to for all of us to enter the Thanksgiving weekend.