Posts Tagged ‘arts’

Interview with Disney Executive Producer and Kid Career Coach, Irene Dreayer

“Irene Dreayer (The Dray,) author the upcoming book “Mom! I Want To Be A Star”, and founder of The Dray Way (http;//thedrayway.com) coaching kids from all over the world via Skype. “Irene Dreayer (The Dray) is Hollywood’s #1 kid talent expert and trusted career coach for kid talent. She’s a 30-year veteran of family programming […]

Interview with Musician, Matt Berman, of Matt and the City Limits

Move over John Mayer and Michael Buble, there’s a new band in town.  Matt and the City Limits, a jazz style pop band from NYC, has a fresh sound melded with our favorites.  I had the opportunity to speak with front man, singer/saxophone player, Matt Berman.  What a talented guy!!!! “Although Matt Berman is only […]

Blogtalk Radio Interview; Parenting the Talent with Louise Sattler and Update with Documentary Film Maker Steven Fischer

Parenting the Talent: The first half of the show is with co-host, Louise Sattler, as she chats it up with Danette Linicomn from Linicomm Talent Agency, Texas.  I learned so much about what it takes to get kids started in the Entertainment Industry.  Danette also represents special needs kids.  Very cool!!! The second half of […]

Blog Talk Radio Interview with Hip Hop Artist, Troubled E

Don’t let the name fool you, Evan, also know as Troubled E is troubled because he is a do-gooder. What a fun interview.  South Florida hip hop artist, Troubled E, found music to keep him on the “straight and narrow”    This amazing rap artist really  wants to make the world a better place.  He’s very […]

Blues, Brews and BBQ

What’s better than great Bar-b-que, good music and a fun atmosphere.  Well, judging the good food at said location. I got to be a judge at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek’s event called Blues, Brews and BBQ where the top 8 bar-b-que restaurants in the south Florida area competed for the glory of being the […]

Music, Test Scores and my Anti-Bullying Campaign

Let’s go back, way back…it’s been proven that children who study music score better on math, science and spacial relations tests. Music and the arts are being cut down and even cut out of school programs. When I was a kid, we were required to study music, be it chorus, band or general music.

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