Astrological look at week, Spirited Chat Radio

November 28th, 2020

Very interesting Astrological look at week,  with Bill Baker and Tanya Lelo on Spirited Chat Radio

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Happy Thanksgiving, Grace of Gratitude

November 26th, 2020

A talk and meditation on the Grace of Gratitude , a preview of a chapter from the upcoming book Prayers, Affirmations and Meditations.




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Leonardo Le San, New Music of the Americas

November 25th, 2020

Celebrated composer and pianist Leonardo Le San has had a distinguished career of premiers, performances, awards, and citations in newspapers, magazines, and television as well as artist recordings.Leonardo Le San made his Carnegie Hall debut in New York City in 2010. There he performed the world premiere of his Suite for Piano, The Voices of My Town, as well as interpreted works by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt and Prokofiev. The Epoch Times recommended Le San's concert as one of the newspaper's "NYC Event Picks." In the same year, Leonardo was awarded the "EL Award" for his contributions to arts and culture in the New York Tri-state area. Le San has performed as composer and pianist at The White House, The Harvard Musical Association, The Merkin Hall, The Gershwin Theater in NYC.

New Music of the Americas Album 

With works by Mauricio Charbonnier, Leonardo Le San, Astor Piazzolla, Carlos Guastavino, and Alberto Ginastera, the album proposes a description of the aesthetics, languages , and rhythms of the American Region, especially Argentina.

This album frames the first record release of the New Music of the Americas project, titled with the same name. It includes a repertoire of chamber and vocal works created by renowned Argentine composers of the 20th century and also with new works by living composers.

In its content, the album proposes a series of pieces whose musical writing has a marked romantic content, simplicity, clarity in the formal, and a particular interest in melodic beauty. The CD is available in digital format and free on all online platforms.

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Haleakala Waldorf School Holiday Faire has big name entertainers

November 25th, 2020

I talk with Makka about the big The Haleakala Waldorf School Holiday Faire is celebrating their 35 th   year with a huge holiday fair at Home event.  don’t  miss a great free virtual concert with Lucas Nelson and other artists so big that we can’t mention their names . It’s streaming via Facebook on Saturday, December 5 at noon. There’s  a great holiday online marketplace with wonderful gifts for the holidays .  This is a fundraiser for Haleakala Waldorf school tuition assistance program. go to for information

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James ‘Kimo ” West nominated for Grammy

November 24th, 2020

Talked with Jim about his Grammy nominationKimo’s new Grammy-nominated album More Guitar Stories [2020] makes use of his eclectic open tunings and fascinating instruments in this collection of ten instrumental compositions. Plus don't miss the LIVE HOLIDAY CONCERT!It’s been a challenging year for most and I think that we all deserve some peace and rest this holiday season. I’ve decided to continue my annual holiday show via streaming video on December 13, 2020 | 4pmPT/7pmET.

Tickets are only $15 & you’ll get a 20% coupon code for any merchandise!

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Talk and Meditation on Awakening

November 22nd, 2020

A talk and deep Dive into enlightenment and union with God. 
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The Peace Projects, Dre. Patty Hlava

November 21st, 2020

The Peace Projects, Dre. Patty Hlava. Dr. Patty Hlava has a Ph.D. in psychology, and certification as a  Yoga Health Coach, ICDS Intrinsic coach™, meditation instructor, and registered yoga teacher, her work has evolved into a  mindful and science-based approach to whole-person healing that reflects her love of nature, learning in community, and personal growth.

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Dave Mason, Alone Together Again

November 18th, 2020

-A chat With Dave Mason about the rerelease of Alone Together Again. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of his classic first solo album, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee ​Dave Mason has reimagined that iconic release with ​Alone Together...Again,​ set for physical (cd/vinyl) release this ​Friday, November 20, 2020​. ​The new album is available to pre-order now through ​Mason’​ s ​online store​, and will be the performances but I was so young and it was my first solo album. The older I got the more the vocals bothered me and so I finally thought that I would sing the songs the way I first imagined them when I wrote them.” Mason continues, "It’s a more accurate representation of what I think I sound like. And, of course, with the years comes a maturity and knowing in my voice that I think gives the songs an all new depth. It may have taken me 50 years, but I am now

truly satisfied with all of the songs and I really count this as one of my most satisfying artistic achievements."

To celebrate the release, ​Mason ​will be hosting a live fan experience on his Facebook Live this ​Friday, November 20th @ 4pm PT / 7pm ET.

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Spirited Chat Astrological insight Nov 20

November 18th, 2020

with Bill Baker and Tanya Lelo Spirited Chat Astrological insight for week of 11/17-11/21


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I talk to Catherine Louise Geach on the Peace Projects.

November 17th, 2020

 I talk to Catherine Louise Geach on the Peace Projects.

Catherine Louise Geach was born in England and began playing the violin at the age of 4, performing her first concert a year later. When she was 15 she won a scholarship to study violin at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Between July and September of 1990, she went to Cambodia at the age of 18, in order to compile a report on the violation of human rights by the Khmer Rouge and the devastating effect this was having on the civilian population of Cambodia.

The “Aid and War Report” was sent to the UN, British Government and organisations concerned with peace and development. The report highlighted the suffering of people in Khmer Rouge zones and showed why the international community should not be supporting the Khmer Rouge, as well as the negative effect the International Aid and Trade embargo had on Cambodia. For the “Aid and War Report”, she was awarded the Bernard Brett Peace Bequest in 1991.

During her research in Cambodia in 1990, she performed a concert for the Royal University of Fine Arts and was asked by the Dean of the Music Faculty to return to the University to help teach.

From 1990 -1991 she studied Khmer as a private student at SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies in London.)and Kompong Speu hospitals with civilians maimed by mines and rocket fire. She also did research on the Kreung and Tampuan ethnic minorities and their music in Ratankiri Province, she wrote an article for the Tablet about them and presented her research at the European Seminar of Ethnomusicology in 1992.

She was a United Nations Election Observer in Ratanakiri Province for Cambodia’s first democratic elections in 1993.

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