Posts Tagged ‘ music ’

Being #2 Ain’t Bad

September 4, 2013
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Being #2 Ain’t Bad

The other day I saw one of those “news” pieces about The 25 Happiest Cities In America. Salt Lake City came in at #2. The authors obviously didn’t live in Salt Lake because they based…

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Il Volo Creates a Buzz

July 13, 2013
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Il Volo Creates a Buzz

When I crossed paths with operatic pop sensation Il Volo, I never anticipated to be flooded by fans–their fans! In the short time that the operatic pop sensation has hit the airwaves, they have managed…

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Touring with Streisand: The Talented Roslyn Kind

June 21, 2013
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Touring with Streisand: The Talented Roslyn Kind

Chatting with Roslyn Kind is like talking with a great friend who just happens to be mega-talented. Fascinating and funny, this month she’s touring with the mega-famous– her sister Barbra Streisand. Find out more about…

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Catching up with Greg Brady: My Conversation with Barry Williams

May 31, 2013
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Catching up with Greg Brady: My Conversation with Barry Williams

When you’ve spent nearly five years of Friday nights with a guy, even decades later, you can’t help but wonder about him. So I phoned Barry Williams from my Brady Bunch Days to chat about…

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Talking Music with Helen Reddy

May 29, 2013
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Talking Music with Helen Reddy

Grammy winner and legendary recording artist Helen Reddy joins Dr Nancy Berk on Whine At 9 to talk about her iconic song “I Am Woman” and a recording career that kept her on the charts…

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May 11, 2013
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When Maria “Midnight at the Oasis” Muldaur joined me for a chat on my iTunes’ podcast Whine At 9, it became quite clear that this blues singer can’t be slowed down. Get the scoop behind…

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Midnight at the Oasis on Parade

May 8, 2013
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Midnight at the Oasis on Parade

Maria Muldaur was the voice behind the 1974 mega hit “Midnight at the Oasis”, a pop tune that made sand dunes and camels chic. (Pun intended.) Since then, she’s recorded nearly an album a year…

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Old Country Wisdom

April 29, 2013
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Whenever I come across an obituary of a country music singer, I read it. If you have artistic leanings you can learn a lot from the lives of country musicians. But only from the Old…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember

April 11, 2013
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Kathy’s Points to Remember

1. Don’t let your cat get into a relationship with a skunk. A skunk can be a real stinker. 2. Hummus has garlic in it. Remember that the next time you are having lunch in…

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Friday Humor Devotional

March 22, 2013
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Dear Lord, please give me the strength to explain to my redneck neighbor that the Harlem Shake is not a diet drink for overweight New York rappers, Amen. Deb Martin-WebsterAfter a successful career in Art Administration, at Temple…

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