Rebecca Sullivan Rebecca Sullivan was born in New Zealand and came to this country when she was five years old. She moved around a lot, living in three East Coast states before settling in California when she was in high school. After a heartbreaking divorce, she decided to pursue her dream of making music and…

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Olivia Street Lead vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter, Olivia Street, was one of the founding members of Juno-nominated reggae band, Souljah Fyah. She has found her own voice with King of Foxes, and brings the authenticity of an old soul to a decidedly modern sound. After releasing a 4-song self-titled EP in late 2013, which was…

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Sarah Lightman Sarah Lightman hails from the East Coast. She grew up in Hightstown, NJ, and later attended college at Temple University to study musical theater. She has been submerged in performing arts her whole life. Much of her family are also musicians and artists. Her dad Aaron Lightman was signed with RCA Poppy Records,…

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5 Mantras For Busy People   Mantras can help improve the quality of life in different ways. Mantra Meditations are very powerful and have the ability to change your life for the better. What are Mantras you may ask? Mantras are words or syllables that, when chanted repeatedly, transform a person’s life. Mantras are energy-based…

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Whew! With Hanukkah over and Christmas next week, my December was definitely one to remember!!! This year has been filled with so much travel, and next year I will spend even more time going back and forth to the airport, lol. Oh and before you ask, yes I am going to finally go back on…

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Katie Ferrara -Paving Your Own Road to Success: The creative side of the music business Katie Ferrara is a singer-songwriter with an exciting journey of a music career. With roots as a busker on the streets of Los Angeles, her first big debut was at the Hollywood Bowl where she sang alongside Barbara Streisand, Anne…

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Briana Alexis Briana got started in music after seeing a video of the Runaways and was hooked! She started playing Jazz and her influences were John Schofield, Mike Stern, Charlie Parker, Emily Remler, and Jennifer Batten. Her first gig was in 1985 in which she had to pay to play at the Troubadour and sold…

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Happy Monday! This weeks video is “I Woke Up” From the Awakening EP. This song is about waking up the giant within and being happy in your own skin. I had an absolute blast shooting this video with director Laurence Growney. We had so much fun that we were able to shoot this video in…

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Happy Monday! Today I am happy to release my latest video for Never Trust A Man from the Power of A Woman Album. Even though this song is about heartbreak and starting over, we had a lot of fun shooting it. Please be sure to like this video on youtube and share it with your…

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A year ago I participated in a 40 day Yoga challenge lead by Gurmukh at Golden Bridge Yoga. At the time 40 days of consecutive kundalini yoga didn’t feel like a monumental task. Since I practice yoga daily, I erroneously thought I would fly by without too much trouble. I could not have been more…

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20 Words To Remove From Your Vocabulary   Hope- contains doubt. Means you don’t expect it to happen. When I retire- victim mentality. Take charge of your life today, do what you love now, there are no victims here. Maybe- if it’s not hell yes, then it’s hell no! I can’t afford- victim mentality that…

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Has Your Passion Flamed Out?   Has your passion hit the road? Has it left you high and dry wondering what has happened?  It happens to the best of us. We get caught spending too much time doing things that aren’t our genius work and before you know it, you are burned out and your…

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Are You On Track With Your Goals?   I was just on a group coaching call and one of my clients  was struggling with birthing a new project asked when does the fear and discomfort go away? I think that some believe that when you have “arrived” all fear and discomfort disappear and you begin…

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Swagger Without Ego by Ezina This week I have watched some of the American Idol auditions and I have often wondered, where are all of the music students that we see at local band nights? Contestant after contestant stepped up and swung out and in between there were a few surprises.  Mainly in the  15…

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Sheryl Bailey Sheryl Bailey is the quintessential Guitar Goddess. She’s been playing guitar since the age of 13 when her mother finally relented to Sheryl’s begging for a Harmony Strat from J.C. Penney catalogue. Though Sheryl was a 13 year old rock wannabe, the influence of her pianist mother got her to learn harmony and…

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9 Successful Strategies by Ezina on April 11, 2011 I was speaking with a client the other day and she was feeling a bit overwhelmed about her place in life. We chatted a bit and I shared with her, that I too have had moments of doubt and definitely moments of fear around a new…

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Kathleen Hanna KATHLEEN HANNA is a New York City-based artist, best known for her groundbreaking performances as a member of the seminal 90′s punk band, Bikini Kill, and her more recent multimedia group, Le Tigre. She is currently making art, giving lectures and writing a new album with her band ‘The Julie Ruin’. http://www.kathleenhanna.com

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Mechelle N’Degeocello Mechelle Ndegeocello honed her skills on the D.C. go-go circuit in the late 1980s with the bands Prophecy, Little Bennie and the Masters, and Rare Essence. She was one of the first artists to sign with Maverick Records, where she released her debut album, Plantation Lullabies. This recording presented a distinctly androgynous persona.…

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