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August 19, 2012

Arts in the Valley, August 18 (8 pm) and August 19 (2 pm) 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

by arthouseflower

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Tune into Arts in the Valley on Saturday, August 18, and Sunday, August 19 as host Kim McMillon interviews Spiritual Medium Allie Cheslick, and San Francisco Bay Area Vocalist Faye Carol.

To listen to Spiritual Medium Allie Cheslick, click onto the link:ally cheslick-1

Allie Cheslick is a Professional Spiritual Medium, Healer, Intuitive & Radio Host. She has been a consultant to a national and international clientele and a sought after guest on many radio programs. She is also known as a Psychic’s Psychic and has been privileged to work with various families aiding in connecting to help with cold and current murder cases.

Allie has been touted as one of the most genuine, sincere, and hauntingly accurate spiritual mediums of our time. Allie’s Love is felt in every reading and her, “Tell it like it is attitude” is refreshing and authentic. Allie goes above and beyond to ensure that each client leaves the reading with love, comfort, hope, peace and a sense of empowerment to know they have full control over their ability to move forward in their lives.

Allie says, “It’s never about the psychic or medium, we are just the conduits for the information, it’s always about the client and those in spirit wishing to communicate albeit loved ones, angels or spirit guides.”

Allie’s reputation and comedic personality have earned her a loyal following of clients, referrals and a large local and international radio fan base. Her compassion, ethics, integrity and humor give her the ability to effectively communicate the messages while putting her clients at ease.

Allie can be heard weekly on her Internet Radio Show. Her show is the hottest on the internet and receiving rave reviews! Allie’s show, Wings Of Love Radio, has been in continuous broadcast for 5 years and on various stations such as BlogTalk radio, Z-Talk Radio and her current home station Achieve Radio. Allie has been dubbed the Barbara Walters of metaphysical radio.

Allie’s passion and mission is to be of service to humanity by helping to raise the level of consciousness, teaching spiritual principles and unconditional love. I am not here to convince, convert or judge anyone elses belief systems for each of you have your own path. I am here to gently nudge and remind you that you are a Divine child of the most High God, Creator, Source Energy and that you deserve to be fully and unconditionally abundant in all areas of your life.

To listen to vocalist Faye Carol, click onto the link:faye carrol-3

Mississippi born Faye Carol, along with John Stamos will bring heart and soul to all who come to the Black Rep Theater Saturday, August 25th 7-9 PM. ” Picante Soul: Blues and Jazz” will have a one night only performance. The music from Afro Cuban, Brazilian and Carribean jazz will feature Marcus Shelby on bass, Geechi on drums, Howard Wiley on Saxophone as well as the five times Grammy nominated John Stamos for his Afro Latin percussionist contributions. Marco Casola will be accompanying Faye in what has been billed her “red hot fiery positivity” by the San Francisco Examiner.

PICANTE-SOUL

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Recipe for joy:

Put in TASTES of BLUES and JAZZ from a MISSISSIPPI-DIVA with SASS & SWAY…MIXING IT UP with the “DYNAMIC Ms. FAYE”

Add HOT-SPICY BLENDS of PERCUSSIONIST “JOHN SANTOS” reknown from the MISSION District and COAST to COAST

Clifford Brown Jr.: Radio Man A PRECIOUS SOUL…bringing FLAVOR & MEAT of “HISTORIES-UNTOLD”

A Night Out With “The Dynamic Miss Faye Carol” And “The Hot & Spicy John Santos”…

FEATURING:

Marco Casasola – Piano

Marcus Shelby – Bass

Geechi Taylor – Drums

Howard Wiley – Sax

Saturday, August 25, 2012

2 Shows – 7 & 9pm

Presale $25 ($30 @the Door)

VIP $40 Preferred Seating

**Meet & Greet – autographed pics with the artists

Black Repertory Group

3201 Adeline Street – Berkeley, CA

(1 Block South of Ashby BART)

(510) 652-2120

blackrepertorygroup.com

Faye Carol: fayecarolbiz@gmail.com

Dr. MV Scott BRG: monaconduit7@yahoo.com

March 17, 2012

Arts in the Valley, Saturday, March 10, 8 pm, Sunday, March 11, 2 pm, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

by arthouseflower

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Arts in the Valley presents an impromptu jazz session with Roddy Jackson, Cheryl Lockett, and Gloria Coronas.

Click onto the link to listen to Roddy Jackson, Cheryl Lockett, and Gloria Coronas jammin’ arts jam

With his gravel-filled vocals and piano-pounding antics, Roddy Jackson was sort of a West Coast version of Jerry Lee Lewis in the late ’50s.  His legacy is a solid one, and he is one of the last true rockabilly pioneers still out on the circuit. Born as George Roderick Jackson in California around 1940, Jackson fronted the multi-racial Blue Notes out of Merced, CA, beginning in 1956, but once signed to Art Rupe’s Specialty Records imprint, Jackson became essentially a solo act. Specialty released three Jackson singles in 1958 and 1959, all produced by Sonny Bono, “I’ve Got My Sights on Someone New”/”Love at First Sight,” the double-sided classic “Hiccups”/”Moose on the Loose,” and “Any Old Town”/”Gloria.” Jackson was the real deal, an exciting performer who shouted out his material with explosive force, pummeling the piano like it was a personal threat to his well-being, and occasionally showing off his considerable saxophone skills as well.

Cheryl Lockett, a song stylist, whose riveting voice and warm style promises any listener an aesthetically pleasing and cohesive composition of music that flows like silk. Cheryl, a California native and gifted with many talents, cultivates, curate and presents an eclectic vision of sound that appeals to a diverse listening audience. A fusion of Jazz, Gospel, Blues, Pop, Funk and Afro-Cuban music reflect her vocal style. Flexible in multiple genres, this hot talent has filled every seat in all auditoriums she has graced. It is without wonder that Lockettʼs talent lead her to sharing the stage with Bay Area master musicians like Latin drummer/percussionists Raul Pineda, Jesus Diaz and Danilo Paiz, guitarist Rolando Morales, bassist Mark Van Waganengen and Rigoberto Lopez, pianist Gustavo Ramirez and the late Dave Wallace. In the Northern California region, Lockett has performed on numerous occasions with the DBaba Project.

Gloria (Lopez) Coronas comes from a line of musicians and entertainers.  Some professionals and some not, but they all love music.  We had hula dancers, ukulele players, guitar, saxophone, bass, mandolin, singers, and drummers. She started singing professionally at the age of 15 and her mother would accompany her wherever she had a gig.

She met and worked with jazz musicians and did shows in the Waikiki nightclubs and toured the islands.  Wherever her husband got stationed she managed to meet musicians and did shows in Japan, Philippines, Texas, Georgia, back to Hawaii, and then ended up in Merced in ’74.  Gloria started out as a Duo, her husband on guitar while she played the keyboard and sang.  At that time they were known as ‘THE ISLANDERS.  They changed their name to ‘THE CROWNS’ because some people thought they only played Hawaiian music.  At present, Gloria is doing a solo gig every Friday night at Fernando’s Bistro.

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