January 23, 2018 7:00PM - 8:00PM
Rebecca Molayem Gallery & Studio
481 S. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles,CA 90036
For your listening pleasure we have posted our latest Featured Song here
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The purpose of this Vigil is to awaken humanity to harmony and peace through the power of intent and celebration.
Our vision is to heal and bridge our lives and communities to achieve divinity alignment and recognize the oneness in all
for more info, go to http://www.vigil4peace.org/ … [Continue reading...]
Sunday, June 25th 2017
Fifty years ago, on June 25, 1967, the Beatles introduced their iconic hit “All You Need is Love” in a live performance during the world’s first global satellite broadcast. The song quickly became the anthem for San Francisco’s Summer of Love. Now, on the evening of June 25th, the international Playing For Change band salutes the 50th Anniversary with a global sing-a-long of "All You Need Is Love." The band features performers from 13 countries representing 5 continents. The sing-a-long will take place at 8:50 pm (Pacific Time) - 11:50 pm (Eastern Time.) The audience attending the concert and all the people tuning into the "All You Need" is Love live broadcast will join in the sing-a-long Raising Their Voices to Spread the Timeless Message of Love around the … [Continue reading...]
Festival Highlights Include:
A Tribute to Legendary Songstress and Activist Abbey Lincoln
Starring Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dianne Reeves, and Esperanza Spalding
Under the Musical Direction of Terri Lyne Carrington
WOW Teen Summit
Featuring a talk by Oscar-nominated actress Gabourey Sidibe –
Presented in partnership with the PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature
A Day of Free Panel Discussions, Interactive Workshops, and Performances Celebrating Empowerment & Activism Featuring
Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas
Women’s March Co-Chairs Carmen Perez & Tamika Mallory
Friday May 4th – Sunday May 7th
WHAT: Women of the World (WOW) Festival
The Apollo Theater will gather artists, activists, … [Continue reading...]
Music is in Amanda's blood. It has been said that she sang even before she could speak. Her voice could sometimes be heard from the rooftops of Newark, NJ where she would dwell for some months of her infancy with her musical mother & her guitar strumming father. From the age of two, the multi-ethnic (African American, Cherokee Indian, Italian, & Egyptian) Amanda Holley practically lived in the orchestra pit while her mother (graduate of Manhattan School of Music) would play some of the greatest musicals and symphonies ever written on her cello, her estranged father Gregory Holley was a songwriter who wrote for Sarah Vaughan.
As a SINGER and songwriter, she has recently collaborated for her project with Dimitri Ehrlich (over 20Xs platinum), GoldenChyl (multiple-Grammy nominee), … [Continue reading...]
Third Annual Ray Korona Song Night
Saturday April 8, 8pm
at the PEOPLES’ VOICE CAFE Community Church, 40 E 35th (near Park), NYC 10016
contribution $20 • subscribers $12 • no one turned away
raykorona.com • peoplesvoicecafe.org
flyer to share • facebook event to share
“We need more Ray Korona songs!” We hear this a lot from people struggling to survive the Trump regime. It is striking how many of his songs are more relevant today than ever. “It’s Still the Sixties” for sure. Ray wrote songs about jobs, Social Security, health care, war and the nuclear brink, water, the environment, prisons, homelessness, women’s rights and more. Perhaps what we need most now from Ray’s music is his optimistic vision of the future. His songs encourage us and empower us to fight … [Continue reading...]
The 42nd Street Shuttle is a New York City Subway shuttle train service that operates in Manhattan. Part of a former Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) line, it is sometimes referred to as the Grand Central/Times Square Shuttle, since these are the only two stations served by the shuttle. It runs at all times except late nights, connecting Times Square to Grand Central under 42nd Street. It is the shortest regular service in the system, running about 2,700 feet (820 m) in under two minutes.
The 42nd Street Shuttle is part of the A Division of New York City Transit, and the tracks that it uses opened in 1904 as part of the first subway in the city. In order to distinguish it from the other shuttles in the system, NYCT Rapid Transit Operations internally refers to it as the 0 … [Continue reading...]
Doug Kisgen is a serial entrepreneur, organizational consultant, and the published author of Rethink Happy. He is also a licensee for a unique program called Culture Index. His company, Kisgen Group, works with entrepreneurs and executives to help them get what they want through the use of a short survey that validly measures seven work-related traits.
His former company Daydream Senior Care, dba Home Instead Senior Care, was a two-time Inc. 5000 fastest-growing company when he sold it. Doug formed his first corporation right out of college in 1991. Since then, he has built several businesses while also remaining an accomplished musician, songwriter and actor.
Kisgen has been an EO member since 2010 and has held the positions of Launch Champion and President for EO KC as well … [Continue reading...]
Vigil Pre-party invite 22 June Please share and RSVP Dedication to Angelo Romano who was a integral part of the Vigil for Years, Our Prayers are sent to him on his passing
The Vigil 4 Peace & Ecology
Cordially invite you to attend our Summer Festival
WHAT: VIGIL-pre-PARTY CELEBRATION
WHEN: Wednesday the 22 nd of June 2016 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm
WHERE: EL BARRIO'S ART SPACE PS109 215 East 99 Street between 2 nd and 3 rd Avenues NYC
WHY: Meet and greet the many in your community who celebrate Peace and share important information on how to become involved in our Central Park PEACE VIGIL event on September 18 at the Bandshell to commemorate the UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PACE celebrated each year WorldWide The Vigil for Peace & Ecology is a transformational, grassroots … [Continue reading...]
This Sunday, May 15 at 4 p.m. at the Baruch Performing Arts Center
24th St. at Lexington Ave., NYC
Gracias to our Wine Sponsor: Casa de Vinos thru the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce!!
TIX: 1-866-811-4111 or online: Click on this link!
As a special offer to Cristina Fontanelli's email list Fans;
Use code "NAFE" for $5.00 off per ticket!
CELEBRATE THE WORLD THRU MUSIC AND WINE! THIS SUNDAY AT BARUCH COLLEGE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, NYC!
Meet the Cast!
Read Press Release here!
and listen to NYC radio icon Valerie Smaldone's recent Podcast with Cristina!
Join Cristina and her wonderful cast on Sunday! Arrigato! Grazie! Danke! Shay Shay! Gracias! Spasebo!
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Saturday April 16, 8pm
PEOPLES’ VOICE CAFE
at Community Church
40 E 35th (near Park), NYC
contribution $18, subscribers $10, no one turned away
Ivice, Barry Kornhauser, Ellen Davidson, Gina Tlamsa & Sharon Abreu augmented by Dave Tarlo, Rick Ulfik, Laura Liben, Chris Owens & Paul Stein
Mercy Van Vlack, DuPree, Joel Landy, Liz Zelvin, Laura Warfield, Jenny Hurwitz and Talbot Katz, Julie Weiner, NYC Street Singers, and Marie Mularczyk O'Connell, Doreen D’Amico and Kathy Devine
More information, plus photos, coming soon! … [Continue reading...]
"Kiss All The Bullies Goodbye" is the most important song I've
ever released, because the subject is a matter of life or death.
The fact is, bullied teens often commit suicide.
That's why iconic pop singer Taylor Dayne and
legendary DJ Paul Oakenfold have both joined me
in this special project.
All net proceeds from video views, song streams and downloads of
"Kiss All The Bullies Goodbye" will go to anti-bullying charities.
Peace and Love,
Recording Artist Sir Ivan Releases New Anthem and Makes $100,000 Donation in Support of Anti-Bullying Efforts
Sir Ivan - Kiss All The Bullies Goodbye [feat. Taylor Dayne] (Paul Oakenfold Original Mix)
www.SirIvan.com … [Continue reading...]
Born in Russia, Ada immigrated to the States at the age of 6, when she began her classical training on the violin. Upon auditioning for the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Ada was awarded a full scholarship, and it was the environment and experiences there that inspired her to discover her ability and passion for songwriting.
Ada is a violin virtuoso who has created her own unique genre, combining her vocal talents, violin mastery and songwriting prowess for an outstanding pop melding. Her shows are always a spectacular display of musicianship by Ada and her band of Berklee College of Music graduates. … [Continue reading...]
MUSIC ARTIST DAVID OSMOND TO VISIT ATLANTA TO KICK OFF
OUR VOICE IN SONG™ MULTI-CITY TOUR
WHAT: David Osmond – music artist and relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) patient advocate – will visit Atlanta as part of the launch of Our Voice in Song™, a campaign by Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation that uses music and resources to help inspire people living with relapsing MS to become more active managers of their disease. While in town, David will also perform at a local MS awareness walk.
David – nephew of Donny and Marie and former contestant on American Idol will talk about his personal journey with relapsing MS and the turning points that made him better manage his disease. He can also talk about why he has chosen to work to empower those with relapsing MS to actively manage the … [Continue reading...]
The Hong Kong – United States economic and trade ties grew from strength to strength last year, with more direct flights, bumper trade and cooperation in combating tax evasion, said Commissioner for Economic and Trade Affairs, USA, Mr Clement Leung today (February 19, New York time).
Speaking at the Chinese New Year Spring Reception organised by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York (HKETONY), Mr Leung said that international airlines opened new direct flights to Seattle, Dallas/Fort Worth and Newark, adding that Cathay Pacific Airways will launch its inaugural direct flight from Hong Kong to Boston in May.
Hong Kong imported US$40 billion worth of U.S. goods last year (2014), and improved access for US agricultural products and made the city the most open market … [Continue reading...]
Please Join Us
for a joyous and exciting concert of a brilliant and brand new Broadway-bound musical, SONG OF SOLOMON, created by two of the most talented and creative people in show business today, Andrew Beall and Neil Van Leeuwen. SONG OF SOLOMON is a tragic, epic romance, based on the Biblical Song of Solomon, set in ancient Israel.
Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde, Spider-Man)
Melissa O'Neil (Les Miserables, Jesus Christ Superstar)
Jesse Manocherian (Parade)
Surprise Guest Stars
Produced by: Carol Ostrow
Directed by: Markus Potter
Music Direction by: Eugene Gwozdz
The Actors’ Temple is proudly honoring those who have served our Community:
Edmund Gaynes, Awarding-winning Producer and General Manager
Kurt Peterson, Producer, Performer and Teacher
Eva Price, … [Continue reading...]
Hi Paul, on November 13, 2014 I will be releasing my new song HAPPY BIRTHDAY 1 MORE TIME this song will replace the good happy birthday people sing now at parties.
Did you know Warner Chapple earn over $3,000,000 a year for use of happy birthday that is over 150 years old they charge from $3,000 to $30,000 for use in movies, TV shows.
My release will be at 1291 Allerton & Wilson aves in the bronx next door to fancy feet.at 3pm to 5pm would like to do an interview with you before like to invite out you and your viewers to this once in a life time event. Call me at 347-499-0823 Thanks Paul. Major … [Continue reading...]
"That's Life" is a popular song written by Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon and first recorded by Marion Montgomery. The most famous version is by Frank Sinatra, released on his 1966 album of the same name. Both the album and the song proved major successes for Sinatra. The song was a number-four hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and reached number one on the Easy Listening chart for three weeks in December 1966/January 1967.
It was sung on the soundtrack of the 2002 film The Good Thief by Bono, and the Sinatra version was featured in the film A Bronx Tale. Sinatra's version was included on the in-game soundtrack to the video game Tony Hawk's Underground 2. Choreographer Twyla Tharp used the Sinatra version in her ballet "Sinatra Suite," originally performed by Mikhail … [Continue reading...]
Pete Seeger Special Gathering from the Friends of the Clear Water New York City and an event tonight, May 22, 2014. A wonderful gathering of many celebrated Pete and Toshi at the Hudson Church in Greenwich Village. We are release one segment a day to coincide with Pete’s Birthday on May 3rd. When speaking to Pete he always said please don’t have a tribute for me, he was a humble, earnest man. Good News was very lucky to have our good friend and Board Member Phil Sauers www.wwrf.com introduce us to Pete to begin a long friendship. We always talked about Clean Water as Pete was the Father of Water.
Here is another up-coming event for Pete you should't miss!!!!!!!
Honoring Pete Seeger’s Vision May 22nd Thursday 6:30 - 9:30 pm Presented by NYC Friends of Clearwater With the New … [Continue reading...]
Sri Lanka's top fashion designer Aslam Hussein put on a spectacular program before a packed house of celebrity media and dignitaries recently, at the Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka to the United Nations in New York. The dynamic designer got a standing ovation for his elegant and exceptionally creative designs, and became the first Sri Lankan fashion guru ever, to be brought to America for such a show. The evening was complete with traditional dance, song, and many exquisite gowns from his magnificent Spring and Summer Collecton. Gold and Bronze ruled the event, as well as spectacular, vibrant colors on silks that glistened on the illuminated runway. Aslam has been a famed designer for a quarter of a century in his native country, with attire showcasing his complex embroidery work of beads, … [Continue reading...]