On the June 23rd Wake up Call, Host Rick Moore talks with Carla Manno of Spark of Music, A charity focused on providing musical instruments and lessons for people unable to get them, Amy Laufer of the Charlottesville City School Board, and Red Knierim of Red and the Romantics To discuss the state of music education and its importance to developing children.
Some Charlottesville residents have found a way to brush up on their Spanish…and their dancing — at the same time. And all without travelling to a South American country. Reporter Deepak Singh takes us to a salsa dance club. This piece was originally aired on NPR affiliate WVTF
In Charlottesville, Virginia a group of women are “hooking”, “top rolling” and “shoulder pressing”–all in the name of raising money for charity. Reporter Deepak Singh has more on the game of Arm Wrestling. This piece was originally aired on NPR affiliate WVTF
Meditation, Music and Wellness is a podcast designed to engage your mind, body and spirit. We will invite you into our conversation on various meditation practices and how sound and music can be used to support your meditation practice. We will offer strategies to enhance wellness, creativity and spirituality through the transformative power of music.
Who’d have thought you could Pay it Fwd through your favorite pastime? Helpful hobbyists Renae Chiovaro and Brian Geiger talk about how using coupons and creating homemade recipes instead of buying processed foods can save you money and promote the health of your family. Learn how simple changes in your shopping routine and techniques in the kitchen can turn you into a smart shopper and real “food buster!” Singer/Songwriter Sarah Blacker shares how she pays it forward through music over the phone while on her way to her gig at The Southern Cafe and Music Hall (4/19) in Charlottesville.
Tara Hourihan of Fluvanna, Virginia, tells us about her missing husband Rob and shares details that could help someone find him. It’s a strong and informational podcast this week on The Wendy Edwards Show.
Andrea Finkelstein, Hawaiian resident and Red Cross volunteer gives updates from the island of Maui and shares how you can best help the places afflicted by the earthquake and tsunami, no matter how far away. Then competition for The Next Voice Over Star! heats up with On-Hold Message Week! Chester Hull of Prosound and Hollywood Theatre Lab coach/local television host Lana Young stop by to review auditions submitted by our five contest finalists. The voting continues for The Next Voice Over Star! Conelradsuits a somber mood with completely free downloadable music.
7.14.10- Tyler Magill, long-time veteran DJ at WTJU, fills Coy in on the happenings at the free-form radio station owned by the University of Virginia. He tells Coy about Monday’s town-hall meeting where it was decided that WTJU would remain eclectic. In addition, Magill gives his vision for changes he would like to implement at WTJU.
Charlottesville is known to attract artists and musicians from all over Virginia who come to showcase their talent and entertain people. Jamie West, a twenty-four year old musician traveled all the way from England to play music on the streets of Charlottesville. Deepak Singh compiled this audio report.
Jeff Sweatman talks with Joss Stone about her new album “Colour Me Free”. The 22-year-old UK starlet got her start in music at age 15, and this is already her fourth album. Jeff also got her to share a great James Brown story.