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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Special Guest Theodore Shorter Jr. Author of “Lovingly and Orderly: A Son’s Lament”

Theodore Shorter Jr.

Special Guest Theodore Shorter Jr. Author of “Lovingly and Orderly: A Son’s Lament”.   This book pierces into a subject matter that has and/or can affect the relationships of many families.  It’s a topic that reflects how some people and families react when they’ve lost a family member.   What and how these reactions evolve and effect the division of a family estate.  Instead of bringing a family together in unity to equitably communicate and apply the wishes of the lost family member.  If you or someone you know has been impacted by this issue and concern spread the news to listen in on today’s show…

Theodore Shorter Jr. is sharing his story of an unprecedented and passionate real life account of a devoted son. Mr. Shorter was born and raised in Chicago, IL on the Near West Side of the city. From humble beginnings, born from the parents of sharecroppers in the South, the author presents a frank and real account of his life before and after his mother's death. 

Mr. Shorter holds a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences from the University of Illinois at Chicago, majoring in Criminal Justice. Formerly employed as a Physical Security Specialist for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Protective Service Division, Mr. Shorter has composed hundreds of physical security surveys of major buildings in the Chicago Metropolitan area to mitigate possible security threats to the operations and tenants housed in government facilities. 

So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine and be enlighten, inspired, motivated by today conversation and music…

Come join Theodore Shorter Jr. this evening airs live 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA --- Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487

Snap Shot:


With the imminent death of a mother tensions rapidly erupt in her household to dismantle and destroy her family as a consequence of evil. During a time of obvious lamentation, a devoted son based on a divine covenant with his mother responded to uphold her honor after her sudden and tragic death. Despite being confronted with one hindrance after another by the reprobated conduct of his siblings and their accomplices, the son reveals a diabolical and criminal conspiracy in progress.

Monday, October 25, 2010

East to West Coast Indie Band Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band

Dysfunctional Family Jazz
Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band

Indie Band Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band members are Patty Carpenter {vocalist & keyboard}, Melissa Shetler – vocalist, Scotty Shetler {tenor sax, clarinet, baritone, penny whistle, and even mandolin}, and Travis Light {bass}.   
This represents a snap shot of an extremely talented musical family blinding genres and fusions of Americana, Jazz, and Folk.   They have been compared to Billie Holiday, The Neville Brothers, Bonnie Raitt, Norah Jones, The Levon Helm Band to name a few.

The musical mélange here puts the funk in dysfunctional. Patty studied Jazz at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with the great Archie Shepp and Max Roach, and was heavily influenced by many great women artists from Joan Baez and Roseanne Cash to Billie Holiday and Carmen McCrae. Scott was nearly born with a mandolin in his hand and is now a fantastic windbag. He has also scored big as a songwriter, co-writing the Jon Bon Jovi hit “Show Me the Way” with Mighty Sam McClain. Melissa danced to Coltrane from the moment she could walk and has a deep love of African and Latin music and harmony. Travis has had a fascinating journey to discovering his love of the bass guitar. The soulful, grooving result of this massive mix is kind of crazy, and kind of brilliant. 

A very significant chapter of their history, one that has constant impact on their music and relationships today, was the 10-14 years spent living on Communal Farms. Described by Patty as “both really wonderful and really difficult,” the communal life deepened their dependence on each other practically and creatively and wove creative communication into the fabric of their family. Many of the themes of their music and activism are reflections of their life on the farm, including the priority of nature and the natural world and their passionate involvement in the anti-nuclear, peace, and environmental movements. 

Come join us this reschedule 10/27/10 from to 11/3/10 Wednesday airs live from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA --- Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487


Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band – Links:

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Lawrence C. Lucas President of Coalition of Minority Employees - Black Farmers Settlement and More…

Lawrence C Lucas

Lawrence C. Lucas President of Coalition of Minority Employees, Civil Rights Activist – Black Farmers Settlement and More…We’ll discuss the settlement, the root cause & resolution to the plight of not only Black Farmers, but the USDA and more… Some of you may already be aware of who Lawrence is, but for those who don’t here’s a brief snap shot.  Lawrence C. Lucas, President and founding member of the USDA Department of Agriculture's Coalition of Minority Employees ("The Coalition"), has served as their first elected President from 1994 to present.  Under President Lucas' strong leadership "The Coalition" has gained national recognition and credibility as one of the few premier multi-racial and multi-cultural civil rights organizations in the Federal Government. Mr. Lucas has revitalized and energized this organization. Under his leadership, this once Washington DC-based organization has grown to 38 Chapters nationwide.

Lawrence has stood in support of John Boyd Jr., President of the National Black Farmers Association.  Additionally, he has participated as a panelist along with Congresswomen and former Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Maxine Waters, Congressman Bennie Thompson, and Virginia farmer Linwood Brown, on the Black Entertainment Television show "Our Voices" hosted by Ms. Bev Smith. His pro-active efforts to eliminate discrimination and demanding dignity, fairness, and respect for all people gained the attention of the White House, Members of Congress, and the media resulting in positive outcomes for USDA employees and Black farmers. In addition, he has testified before the Congressional Black Caucus, the House Agriculture Committee, and the House Committee on Government Affairs and Oversight. His outspoken and tireless support of Black farmers recently prevailed in their quest for justice, winning a financial settlement from USDA, after decades of discrimination.

So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine and enjoy an enlightening conversation & music…

Come join us tomorrow evening airs live from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA / 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time, USA - Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487

Lawrence C Lucas – Links:

Friday, October 22, 2010

Thursday, October 21, 2010

New York Indie Jazz Saxophonist Cal Payne Featuring the “Cal Payne Project” - Oct 22,2010

New York Indie Jazz Saxophonist Cal Payne Featuring the “Cal Payne Project”

Cal Payne

Brooklyn, New York Indie Jazz Saxophonist Cal Payne Featuring the “Cal Payne Project”.  We are in for a treat this evening with another gifted musician whose spirit glides with the sax in a way that touches your spirit.   Music, spirit, and soul transcend us to the universe in its language of healing… Cal Payne, is all about the music.  Far beyond the cliché and deeper than a casual flirtation with melody and sound, Cal Payne is a player to his core. With a jazz /instrumental style that combines elements of R&B, Latin, Fusion Jazz, and rock, his performance and presence invokes a combination of Grover Washington Jr. and Santana. Driven by an unceasing desire to compose and perform, he is most alive when engaged in the emotional and spiritual experience of making music. Music: this is the essence of the “Cal Payne Project”.

Born into the sonic assault and excitement of Brooklyn, NY, Cal Payne first expressed his passionate love of music as a vocalist at age 4. However, the jarring effects of adolescence made singing a frustrating challenge, and he became drawn to express himself as an instrumental player. Clarinet first occupied his hands at age 12, and then tenor saxophone at 14 and alto sax several years later. Keyboards joined his already impressive collection of skills at 18, with bass guitar and soprano saxophone not far behind. As his skills and talent grew, so did his passion and instinct, and from a young age it was clear that he was a thoughtful and passionate musician.

Among several qualities that distinguished him then, and continue to set him apart now, is a fascinating hybrid of technique and style due to his never having taken formal music lessons. The unique optimism and perception of music that is found in self-taught players marks his approach to music with an attention to what music can do and how many ways it can be approached. The result is a bold and unconventional improvisation style that goes for the guts and doesn’t hold back or play it safe, yet not at the cost of his connection with his audience. His performances are known to be accessible and evocative for the listeners while complex and challenging for those who seek to learn and perform with him. 

After several years of developing and sharing his music in live performance, Cal Payne has set his sound down on record in The Cal Payne Project. This debut album presents the energy and vision of Payne’s fusion sound and certifies his credentials as a tireless, impeccable performer. The Cal Payne Project features a diverse group of musicians who have been playing with Payne since 2004, including his long-time musical partners Steve Crumpton on bass guitar and Michael Burke on acoustic and electric guitars, and with drums/percussion from Mark Manczuk and piano/keyboards from Jerome Korman. 

Together they literally played through the storm, blazing through their recording sessions amidst the dead of Winter snow storms at Bennett Studios in Englewood, New Jersey under the guidance of multiple Grammy Award-winner Dae Bennett. Son of the legend Tony Bennett, Dae’s credits include his father’s recent Christmas album and comedian/banjo aficionado Steve Martin’s 2009 Grammy Award-winning bluegrass album The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo. The strength of this exceptional creative team and Payne’s innovative composition and improvisation style made The Cal Payne Project a striking debut.

So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine enjoy some good conversation & music.   Hang out with us Friday, 10/22/10 airs live from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA / 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. Eastern Time, USA - Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487 evening soothe your spirit with healing music from “Cal Payne”…

Cal Payne Links:

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Wednesday with Alma R. Garlington & Jamelia Hamilton Talk About "Home Resolution 911" - Nov 20,2009
Wednesday Indie Artists and More - Oct 20,2010

Friday, October 15, 2010

Inspirational Spoken Word Artist, Poet, Self-Published Author, Motivational Speaker A.D. Jones - Oct 17,2010

Thursday, October 14, 2010

New York Indie Artist “Tin Pan” Featuring their CD “Hound’s Tooth” and More… - Oct 15,2010

Inspirational Spoken Word Artist, Poet, Self-Published Author, Motivational Speaker A.D. Jones

A.D. Jones

Inspirational Spoken Word Artist, Poet, Self-Published Author, Motivational Speaker A.D.  Jones a.k.a.  “Jody Jones”.  He’s filled with the spirit, inspiring, anointed, and walking in his destiny, your spirits will be lifted by his gift with words.  Jody Jones a native of Georgetown, S.C.  As an Inspirational Spoken Word Artist and who began at age of 24. His gift in the poetry ministry later led him to begin a group called “As One”. This ministry grew with 11 poets ministering to the hearts, and souls of others throughout the South.  Jody is a Motivational Speaker, making numerous appearances at Open Mics, local schools, and churches. 

Although Jody is busy he found time to author “Salute to Mothers” a book of poetry and inspirational greeting cards.  He mentors youths in the area of video technology and inspires rising poets. Jody now wants to make an even greater impact in lives of others. Stepping out on faith Jody now works under the name A.D Jones in which he co-host as, on SV Promoting Purpose Blog Talk Radio. A.D Jones (Jody) constantly encourages the save and the unsaved to seek their purpose in life and never give up on their dreams. He’s also featured in a Christian base magazine called Promoting Purpose Magazine. 

 Because Jody sees what’s happening in the world today, he wanted to provide a view to the people by producing a poem called “Change and Created Equal” a powerful spoken word piece he knows must get out and reach the masses through radio, television and etc.  He is currently seeking sponsors to support his ministry in which God is constantly breathing life into.   AD Jones is currently on the Promoting Purpose Tour in which he is featured in Promoting Purpose Magazine. He has appeared on several blog talk radio shows such as Promoting Purpose Blog Talk radio, The Abundant Solution with Gregory and Brian, Teen Hype night with Minister Sherita encouraging our youths to stay the right path along with other interviews.  AD Jones loves giving back to the community and is one of S&V Promoting Purpose Motivational speakers. AD participates in youth events such as back to school giveaways and etc. 

So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine, and enjoy some good conversation & inspirational spoken word…

Come join us Sunday, 10/17/10 airs live from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA - Show call-in#:  (347) 215-6487

A.D. Jones Website:
Sunday’s Guest Zaki Baruti President of the Universal African Peoples Organization - Mar 08,2010
Wednesday's with Special Guests Quiet Storm of Spoken Word - Dec 23,2009
Thursday Encore Visit with Eddie Benitez Jazz Guitarist Healing, Paranormal, and Spirituality... - Mar 12,2010
Thursday Late Night w/Nesheba, Special Co-Host Arvell Bates and Special Guest Glen Gordon - Jan 15,2010
Inspirational Guest Author/Poet and CEO of S&V Promoting Purpose Media Sherrell Straker-Valdezloqui - Sep 12,2010
Wednesday Wishing Everyone a Peaceful New Year in 2010 - Jan 06,2010
Friday’s Special Guest ‘Atiyah Sa’uda Daniels Self-Published Author and More… - Mar 06,2010
"Americans Want to Work Act S.3706" - Bill for the 99ers - Aug 06,2010
Friday’s Special Guest Chi-Town R&B Indie Artist Tim Benson Formula CD Release - Jan 08,2010
Thursday Late Night with Nesheba and Special Guest Kevin Nelson Music Consultant - Jan 08,2010
Portland Indie Artists “Nu Shooz Orchestra” Featuring “Pandora’s Box” - Sep 22,2010
Friday TGIF… Time to Enjoy Indie Artists Playlist w/Kloud9, Douye' & Tim Benson and more… - Mar 20,2010
Friday’s Guest Bay Area of California Indie Artist, Writer & Producer “TrOyMaN” - Feb 20,2010
Wednesday Smooth Jazz Saxophonist Indie Artist Justin Young - Dec 03,2009
Where’s the disconnect? When did it happen, and why? Moving Forward Through the Storm… - Aug 25,2010
Thursday Late Night w/Nesheba Special Guest Lisa Lauren Smith Indie Artist, Actress and more - Feb 05,2010
Best Selling Author Shelia Lipsey Latest Release “My Sons Ex-Wife: The Aftermath” - Sep 05,2010
Friday with Black Director Indie FilmMaker Paul Amir - Nov 13,2009
Sunday’s Guest UK, London Indie Artist Kyra Simone featuring “The Scent” - Apr 18,2010
Friday Chi-Town Indie Artists “Pmartt” Genres Hip Hop and New Age/Ambient - Apr 30,2010
Thursday Late Night with Nesheba's Replay Part 1- "It's Time of Spiritual Healing - Moments - Dec 18,2009
Sunday with Special Guest Courtney Wells Defensive Back 23 of the Sioux City Bandits - Jan 17,2010
Sunday's Inspiration & Spirituality The Playlist Continues with Moments of Thought & More... - Jul 12,2010
Friday Featuring ATL Indie Artist Simply Tiffany and More... - Jun 12,2010
Wednesday's Special Guest Sandra Finley CEO League of Black Women - Jan 13,2010
Sunday’s Encore Visit w/ “The Ordeal w/Larry Hicks” Spiritual – Inspirational - Mar 14,2010
Friday Late Night with Nesheba Inspiration & Indie Playlist and More... - Jul 10,2010
Wednesday’s Special Guest STL Entrepreneur & Indie Artists Andrea Darris a.k.a. “Bell” - Apr 21,2010
Yvette Jarvis 1st African-American Women Establishing a Presence and Tone in Greece - Aug 15,2010
What is the Fate for the "99ers" Long-Term Unemployed? and More... - Aug 20,2010
Friday with R&B - Urban Contemporary Indie Artist David Peaston - Dec 04,2009
News Update...Then Time to Relax and Have Fun with the Indie Playlist - Oct 01,2010
Inspiration to Hold On During these Times and "Extend Unemployment for the 99ers" - Jul 25,2010
This Sunday a Return Visit w/ Paul Phillips on His Telepathic & Spirituality Gifts... - Dec 20,2009
West Coast to East Coast Indie Artist, Actress, and Dancer Heather Edwards - Oct 13,2010
Author & Chi-town Jazz Indie Artists Fred J. Felton book “Journey to Success” - Sep 03,2010
Sunday, Thoughts Vibes of Spiritual Reflections - Happy New Year 2010... - Dec 28,2009
Sunday’s Special Guest Aisha Coley Casting Director & Special Co-Host Carolyn Williams - May 09,2010
Russel Blake Returns with News About His New CD Fierce Solitude Debut - Nov 15,2009
Sunday Inspiration & Spirituality Music Mix and More... - May 02,2010
Friday Special Sports Event Announcement and Music to Kick Your Weekend Off... - Feb 06,2010
Friday's Special Guest Producer - Artist - Radio Arvell Bates of ALB Production - Nov 28,2009

New York Indie Artist “Tin Pan” Featuring their CD “Hound’s Tooth” and More…

Tin Pan
Tin Pan

New York Indie Artists “Tin Pan” Featuring their CD “Hound’s Tooth” and more.  Diversification of sound and influences is what this talented group delivers i.e. Alternative, Blues, Roots, Americana, Soul, and Jazz as an example.  This allows music to just flow with freedom, as it should through artists who know how to in fuse it to the next level.  Tin Pan’s music transcends time from then to now flowing seamlessly letting the spirit of music touch those that listen, this in and of it self is a gift.

Tin Pan members Jesse Selengut on trumpet, lead vocals and compositions, Clifton Hyde on guitar and hollerin’, Stefan Zeniuk on reeds and boy soprano vocals, and Peter “Baby Hands” Maness on bass and some singin’, Tin Pan evokes everything from Fats Waller and Louis Armstrong to Irving Berlin and Hoagy Carmichael. Founded in 2006 by Selengut, a long time New York based musician, and the curator of the Williamsburg Jazz Festival, the band sprung from what he calls, “a need for this kind of music.” He elaborates, “As soon as I started playing this music, it just felt so easy and natural. It’s simplicity demands that you be totally committed to it – there’s no hiding behind theory or pose.” 

Finding players to fit his vision was challenging, but when Selengut met Mississippi native Clifton Hyde, who has played with Lou Reed, Debbie Harry, Blue Man Group and others, he knew he found the right man. “I auditioned about 25 different guitarists,” Jesse recalls, “and right away I knew Clifton was perfect. He’s experienced with blues and jazz but isn’t constrained by excessive training. And he has an intuitive understanding of what dancers need.” Stefan Zeniuk entered the picture through Clifton, bringing in a touch of the avant-garde to the proceedings. “I’m not even sure Stefan is that interested in jazz. He’s just got incredible energy – (saxophonist) Tim Berne was his babysitter. I think that affected him for life,” says Selengut with a laugh. Bassist Pete “Baby Hands” Maness was chosen because when we discovered that he could slap the bass, spin the bass, and get every girl’s phone number all in the same tune.

So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine, and enjoy good conversation & music.  Oh, don’t forget to spread the news and join us…

Come join us Friday, 10/15/10 airs live from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA - Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487

Tin Pan Links:

Wednesday with English - French Poet Cendrine Marrouat - Aug 11,2010
Friday Indie Artists Playlist and "Moments of Thought" - Jul 23,2010
Friday Indie Artist Playlist & Nesheba Interviewed by... - Sep 24,2010
Thursday Late Night with Nesheba Special Guest Ai'scei BaBei - Dec 04,2009

Nancy Sellers O’Bryan Author, Entrepreneur, Inspirational & Spiritual and So Much More…

Nancy Sellers O'Bryan
Nancy Sellers O'Bryan

Nancy Sellers O’Bryan Author, Entrepreneur, Inspirational & Spiritual and So Much More…  Can we say awesome? Nancy is a wonderful testimony of someone who has survived life’s trials, tribulations, and storms.  One can have adversities in life and get sucked into the vortex or triumph towards another day another opportunity.  One can complain or rise above to tell and share the lessons learned.  Nancy’s sets the tone by example for all of the above.  So, if you need some inspiration stop by the show this evening to be encouraged… 

Nancy’s inspiration and gifts are reflected through the books she’s written like
“Bondage to Freedom”, her latest “Through the Eyes of a Scored Woman”, “Yesterday or Today”, “Created Just for Me”, and “Preparing to Give Birth”.  Sharing thoughts, moments, & situations that are relatable, speaking for not only herself with her experiences but as a voice that can speak for those who can’t and/or do not know how…

Writing can do so much for someone who was never allowed to express her thoughts, pain, or cares as a child. Her inspiration to write came from the inability as a child to freely express her deepest thoughts, dreams, fears, and most of all LOVE.

I'm so proud of Nancy & congratulations are in order because recently "Nominated for a Black Essence Award".  Nancy will be Featured in December's Edition of You Magazine...

Come join us this evening airs live from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA;  Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487

Nancy Sellers O’Bryan Links:


Tuesday, October 12, 2010

West Coast to East Coast Indie Artist, Actress, and Dancer Heather Edwards

Heather Edwards
Heather Edwards

West Coast to East Coast Indie Artist, Actress, and Dancer Heather Edwards.  We’ll be featuring tonight CD release “Go with the Flow” &  "Eclectic Energy".  Heather is actively pursuing her music career, performing with many types of bands - from funk and rock to jazz and country.  Heather’s, dedication is reflected by her training her entire life as a classical pianist and continues to perform in that genre as much as possible. She started writing music at age eleven and continues to write and perform her own music as well as conduct, direct, and perform in musical theatre.

Heather graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee and dabbled in many facets of the music industry.  She began writing music at eleven and continues to write and perform her own music, conducts, directs, and performs in musical theatre. Heather has released two CDs: "To Be Continued" and "Eclectic Energy". Her third CD release, "Go with the Flow" is due early 2009. She also has a classical CD project and a musical in the works. 

Heathers music, career as an actress, and musician is diverse, refreshing, and truly compliments her education, training, and overall professional experience. All this hard work is evident by the opportunities she’s had roles on television, film, and theatre. 

So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine, and enjoy good conversation & music…

Stop on by Wednesday, 10/13/10 to air live from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA, Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487

Heather Edwards Links:


Sunday, October 10, 2010

Friday, October 8, 2010

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Indie Artist, Producer, Song Writer, and Lead Member of “Troop” Steven Russell - Oct 08,2010

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Indie Artist, Producer, Song Writer, and Lead Member of “Troop” Steven Russell

Steve Russell
Steven Russell

Indie Artist, Producer, Song Writer, and Lead Member of “Troop” Steven Russell a.ka. “Random”, clearly has evolved his musical career from then to now.  Troop brought us wonderful hits like “Mamacita”, “Spread My Wings”, and “All I Do is Think of You” love songs, lyrics that bring back memories, and moments in time…  Steven’s journey includes mentoring from and working with musical greats like “Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Chuckii Booker, and Gerald Levert.   Steven’s ambition to learn and observe opened doors of opportunity as a background vocalist on projects like “Tender Love” by Babyface” and Keith Sweat “Merry-Go-Round”. 

In 2000 Steven began to take things to the next level by joining the production team of the “Underdogs”.  Talk about determination and commitment as his gifts for writing and production led to collaborating with artists and projects like 2009 Grammy Winner “Jennifer Hudson” debut self titled CD.  Things didn’t stop there, Steven served as co-writer & produced for American Idol Winner “Jordin Sparks” on her CD “No Air”;  Chris Brown’s “Take You Down”; Justin Timberlake; Beyonce’, and legendary Aretha Franklin just to name a few…

Hold on, things jump even higher as he continues working with the Underdogs who began ventured into feature film soundtracks like 2006 “Dreamgirls”, 2008 NBA Star Lebron James film “More Than a Game’.  Steven’s evolution led to his own production company “The Motel Media Music” as of 2009, after leaving the Underdogs.   His destiny’s path then goes to projects with Charlie Wilson’s CD “Uncle Charlie”, in which he contributed 7 songs.

Can we say mogul, progressive, gifted, anointed and called for such a time as this… Steven currently has a solo project “So Random” with legendary contributing producers from Chuckii Booker, James Fauntleroy, to name a few.  His co-writer on his current single “Bring It Back” is the infamous songwriter and artists Kandi Burruss of Xscape and as many of you know, one of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” which airs on “Bravo”. 

So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine, and enjoy some good conversation, music, and be inspired, encouraged, and motivated by Steven Russell.

Feel free to join us this Friday, 10/8/10 airs live from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA
Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487;  you can click the link below and/or just click the Title of this Blog.

Steven Russell Links:

East & West Coast Indie Artist, Song Writer, Actress, Comedian Alyssa Anjelica James - Oct 06,2010
Friday's Special Guest Eddie Benitez Jazz Guitarist Seasoned with Spiritual... - Nov 06,2009
Thursday Late Night with Nesheba - Oct 08,2010

East & West Coast Indie Artist, Song Writer, Actress, Comedian Alyssa Anjelica James

Alyssa Anjelica James

East & West Coast Indie Artist, Song Writer, Actress, Comedian Alyssa Anjelica James versatility is amazing and styling and voice is beautiful.  Alyssa is clearly globally and environmentally conscious and passionate.  Alyssa Anjelica James, a self-proclaimed tree hugger, was born in Harlem NYC and conceived in The Wasatch Mountains of Washington State-this prompted her father to give her the name Wasatchi.  Both the mountains and the city pulse though her artists veins as evident in her eclectic sound. On her song "Getcha Groove On" she is a rapper who spits with passion, urgency and ease, and yet on "Laughter In The Distance" a folk, R&B inflected ballad she sings with a sincere intimacy about brighter days to come. Then she takes another turn and writes.

"Warm Day" a modern day jazz standard that has an old timey sound both earthy and moody.  Alyssa began performing in musical theater in Manhattan at the age of thirteen playing a runaway teen in Elizabeth Swados' big hit “Runaways”.

She began doing stand-up in New York City in 1995, and joined two improv groups which led her to spots on TV shows for TV Guide Network, Discovery Channel and most recently landing the role of news anchor Kimberly Porter in the new Independent film called 'The Instant Messenger'.

Alyssa has continued to write and perform her own music which has found its place in the independent music community. Most recently, she was honored by Billboard for her song 'Subway Gospel' as being in the top 500 best new songwriters in the world. Her songs have been featured in numerous TV shows as well as Independent films.

A self-proclaimed tree hugger, James pulls inspiration from the everyday things people do but don't think about. She became passionate about living an eco-friendly and holistic lifestyle after being diagnosed with Crohn's Disease at age 19. After twelve years of hospitalizations and medications, James set out to heal herself naturally. 'Creating music and comedy really became therapeutic for me,' James says. I have to stay grounded and talk to that voice that child inside who's always telling me to run into the woods and I say not yet not yet!" Alyssa currently lives and performs in and around the Los Angeles area.

Feel free to join us this evening live interview from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Central Time, USA;  4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Pacific Time, USA;  Show Call-in#:  (347) 215-6487

Show Link:  Just click the Title to this Blog

Alyssa Anjelica James Links:


Tuesday, October 5, 2010

“What I’m Most Thankful For” & Nesheba’s “Moments of Thought” Series

“What I’m Most Thankful For”

I’m thankful for everyday that God blesses me with, to continue traveling through life’s journey. It welcomes another day to nurture, develop and share the gifts that God has blessed and called me to share with the world... Our gifts aren’t for us to just hold unto ourselves, the components, ingredients that are incorporated with all the other Angels; He’s brought into the world for the overall benefit of our global community & family...

Nesheba’s “Moments of Thought” Series

I continue to pray that despite our current global economic times we must allow the ‘faith of mustard seed’ to hold our ground.   Hold fast to ‘when you’ve done all you can, continue to stand.’  God’s house is build upon a rock where, ‘the gates of hell shall not prevail.’  God is with us eternally to supply all our needs according to His riches and glory in heaven.  Yes, it appears to be scary and maybe even frightening, but ‘God hasn’t given us a spirit of fear, but of love, power, and a sound mind’…

We must be faithful in knowing that He will never leave us nor forsake us.  ‘When Jesus asked Peter to step outside of the boat, every time Peter’s faith hit a moment of doubt, he began to go under the water...  Our biggest lesson from this story is every time Peter’s ‘faith of a mustard seed’ was invoked he was able to continue walking towards Jesus...  This story teaches us so much about faith because sometime our faith gets weary, or we have moment when we say we’re going to let go and let God.  Yet, we go through a tog a war going back and forth trying to take back control. 

Does this ever really work for us?  No, it actually delays our blessings.  Somehow, reflecting we know more than God, instead of just trusting in Him.  When we review our lives truthfully, we can feel His footprints, His presence throughout our lives.  If we reflect on people that have touched our lives, we know that He’s been there the entire time…

God’s inspiration through His actions and the angels that cross our paths as we travel through our journey, walking in our destiny, despite life’s trials & tribulations becomes an inspiration for others…

Inspiration that can awaken those who haven’t always been able to see their purpose, their destiny, their meaning in life can be driven by someone else’s spirit of inspiration.   Let’s continue to let our light from within shine bright, to enlighten the world around us…

Thank you, and Have a Blessed & Peaceful Day...

All Rights Reserved and Copyrighted Nesheba of ESpiritE-Inspirations “Moments of Thought” Series ©2001 & Beyond…  

Sunday, October 3, 2010

One Nation Working Together Rally… Thoughts… - Oct 03,2010
Wednesday with B2DaDot Accomplished Producer, Composer, Songwriter, and Engineer - Nov 04,2009
Wednesday Indie Artists and More - Oct 06,2010

Friday, October 1, 2010

Sunday's Inspiration & Spirituality - Oct 03,2010

News Update...Then Time to Relax and Have Fun with the Indie Playlist

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News Update on "S.3706 - Americans Want to Work Act" & “S.3816 – Creating American Jobs and Ending Off shoring Act” both hit a minor road block this week.  For additional info: and spread the word.

...Then it's Time to Relax, Inspire and Have Fun  with the Indie Playlist... Musical vibrations, the beauty of it's healing, our current time and season.  Spiritual transformations occurring everywhere...

Despite that which we see around us the trials & tribulations, and storms of life.  As we journey through they become shorter in time as we respond sooner... We to shall get through these times together, in unity.  A House divided amongst itself cannot stand, it shall fall... But, in unity we stand strong, for a better tomorrow...

So, sit back relax have a cup of coffee, tea, or a glass of wine.  Enjoy some good music and more...

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