Arts in the Valley, Saturday, July 7 (8 p.m.) and Sunday, July 8 (2 p.m.), 2012, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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Tune into Arts in the Valley as host Kim McMillon interviews Henry Tenenbaum, one of the Bay Area’s most popular and recognized TV personalities, serving as host and creator of KRON4’s popular Bay Area Bargains and Henry’s Garden; Australian journalist and author Stephanie Dale, the author of My Pilgrim’s Heart; and Amanda with Teen’s Scene.  Amanda will interview Phil King, a 23 year –old musician, singer and songwriter.

To listen to Henry Tenenbaum, click onto this link:tannenbaum

Henry Tenenbaum has decades of television experience as an award-winning Network and local station correspondent, interviewer, producer and news anchor. His is also a sought-after voiceover artist, known for the flexibility and resonance of his voice.

His radio and TV skills range from performing and producing to editing, sound recording and photography.

During the course of his career, Henry has interviewed  thousands of well-known (and obscure) figures ranging from the Dalai Lama to Bruce Springsteen.  In his feature reporting, he has gone wing walking, skydiving, scuba diving, and fire-fighting.  He has performed as an extra with the Bolshoi Opera, flown with the Blue Angels aerobatics team, and explored underground caves with spelunkers.

Henry has reported from many unique and exotic locations, including a pearl farm in Tahiti, the gaming tables of Monte Carlo, the temples of Angkor Watt and the deck of an aircraft carrier in the mid-Atlantic Ocean.

As host of  The Discovery Channel’s signature program “Beyond 2000,” his work has been seen across North America and around the world.

Henry started his career as a classical music announcer (and later program director) at WBFO, a pioneering public radio station in Buffalo, New York.  His television career began as a reporter and cameraman for WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York. He later moved to Washington, D.C., where he traveled around the country and the world as a news reporter and then as host of number-one rated “PM/Evening Magazine.”  He went on the NBC network’s “Today Show,”  where he worked as a Nation Feature Correspondent.  His national exposure continued when he served as a syndicated entertainment critic for the Washington D.C.-based Post-Newsweek stations.

Henry’s other hard-news experience includes almost two decades as host and interviewer for the top-rated KRON4 News Weekend. He also worked as a news anchor and correspondent for NBC’s station in Washington, D.C., WRC-TV.  Working as a medical reporter, his series on the AIDS epidemic earned him the prestigious Ohio State University National Journalism Award.

Over the course of his career, Henry has won over a dozen Emmy Awards, an Excellence in Journalism Award for Feature Writing from the Society of Professional Journalists, and an Associated Press documentary award. www.henrytenenbaum.com

To listen to Stephanie Dale, click onto the link:staphanie dale

In 2007, Award-winning Australian journalist and author Stephanie Dale walked across Italy, through the Balkans and into the Middle East with her adult son, Ben. Ben was on a pilgrimage, a 7000 km epic journey from Canterbury to Jerusalem. Stephanie flew to Rome to join him for the middle leg of his journey, with the intention of walking with him to Istanbul. My Pilgrim’s Heart is the story of that journey. Stephanie Dale has been awarded the Australian Journalist Association Prodi Award for best feature in 1990, the Sir Harry Budd Memorial Award in 1992, and a gold medal IPPY award for Hymn for the Wounded Man for best fiction in 2011. Stephanie will incorporate her “Song of the Soul” writing motivation workshop into her presentation. All participants will need is a paper and pen. To learn more about Stephanie’s journey, visit: http://stephaniedale.net.

To listen to Amanda’s Teen Scene, click onto the link:amanda-3

Amanda with Teen Scene will interview musician Phil King.  Phil is a 23 year –old musician, singer/songwriter, who began his musical journey early on, when he penned his first tune at the age of nine. Since then he has honed his ever-sharpening songwriting skills and has written and co-written many songs with the likes of Jennie Lee Riddle (Revelation Song), Klaus Kuehn, and Tony Wood (Francesca Battistelli, Phillips, Craig and Dean, and Mandisa) to name a few.

At age sixteen, Phil began leading Praise & Worship where he attended church in central California and by the age of seventeen he had picked up the guitar and piano. Phil King’s passion for Praise & Worship and his love for the Lord and people are clearly evident in his music. His unashamed proclamation of the hope found in Christ, is a refreshing conversion in the industry today.

Some of Phil’s musical influences are greats such as: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jonny Lang, Stevie Wonder, and Eric Clapton. These various influences are definitely reflected in his guitar licks and his songs, which are contagiously catchy and infused with irresistible hook-driven melodies, sincere lyrical honesty, soulful riffs and bluesy overtones. In fact, Israel Houghton and many others compare him to the likes of Jonny Lang.

Deeply soulful, is the best way to describe Phil’s vocal styling. Whether crooning heartfelt ballads or belting powerful, up-tempo anthems, it’s his genuine heart for worship and music ministry that shines through and grabs your attention on a profoundly moving level.

 http://www.philkingmusic.com

 

 

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