Country Artist Rachele Lynae

rachele lynae 01A rising star in country music, Rachele Lynae is ready to take the world by storm.

Having grown up in the Pacific Northwest, Lynae’s music reflects a different side of country life in her single “Fishin’ For Something”.  Her self-named debut album launched last year. She has opened for country supersrtas Wynonna Judd and Leon Russell.

She is looking to make waves as she is taking part in the “iHeart Radio Rising Star” compeitition, where she is seeking your votes to get her on stage for the “2015 iHeartRadio Music Festival” here in Las Vegas.

We talked to Lynae about her life as a country artist and her influences in her music.

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Actress and Stunt Driver Sulinhla Fontaine

Sulinhla Fontaine 01Making her way in the Hollywood scene, Sulinhla Fontaine has shared the screen with Robert DeNiro, John Turturro,  Mariska Hargitay, and Sarah Jessica Parker.

Coming off her role in the Sunfance Film Festival hit “Myrna The Monster”, Fontaine shows off her skills behind the wheel as a stunt driver in “Fast 7”.

We talked to Fontaine about her acting career and spinning her wheels on the Fast 7 set.

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Filmmaker and Slam Poet JD Glassock

JD Glasscock 02A part of the 90’s movement to Slam Poetry, JD Glasscock has help write songs and book throughout his career. He had his own blues rock band “Sofa King”.

His creative edge has been translated to short movies, which several have been featured in festivals across the the U.S. His use of light has made his movies “shine”.

We talked to JD about the transition to film, his career as a poet, and making his directorial debut.

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Samantha Hess from “Cuddle Up to Me”

11045840_10205284544208397_4641588024585045459_nWe took a trip to Portland, Oregon recently and had to chance to meet a person who is looking to literally touch people’s lives.

Samantha Hess opened “Cuddle Up to Me” over a year ago in the Rose City to help with her demand for touch therapy business. Hess and her staff offer non-sexual “cuddle” sessions in which to treat many problems like stress, depression, and recovery from anything from addiction, abuse, or a simple break up.

Hess also authored a book about her creating her brand of therapy called “Touch: The Power of Human Connection”.

We talked to Hess about the growth of her business and how her techniques have been helping people throughout the world.

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Actress and Model Aida King

544fd7092d698-aida-king-model-actress-1Hailing from one of Canada’s entertaiment meccas, Aida King is looking to take the acting world by storm.

King, an accompished violinist, went to study business in college when she fell in love with acting. She also has an active modeling career.

We talked to King about her upcoming projects and her blossoming acting career.

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Throwback Thursday – Eric Bloom from Blue Oyster Cult

EricBloomWe take you back seven years to 2008 as we talked to Eric Bloom one of the founding members of Blue Oyster Cult.

The group has been rocking for 48 years now, pumping out hits like “Burning for You” and “Godzilla”. They found popularity again when Saturday Night Live in 2000 when their song “Don’t Fear the Reaper” inspired the now famous “Cowbell Sketch.”

We talked to Bloom about the sketch, his side work of creating works of art on guitars, and the longevity of the band.

You can listen to the interview here

Throwback Thursday – SNL Writer and Comedian Sylvia Traymore Morrison

20120327_084725_sylvia-traymore_300 (1)We start our new series “Throwback Thursday” to an interview we did in December 2013.

With Saturday Night Live celebrating it’s 40th anniversay, many people may not know the show had an African-American female writer on staff when the show started. Sylvia Traymore Morrison was the first to break barriers on the historic show. She also helped roast “The Greatest of All Time” Muhammad Ali and has opened for legends Gladys Knight, Chaka Khan, The Temptations, and Cher.

We talked to Morrison about her time on SNL and working with some of the best talent around.

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Talent Agents Tay Smith and Christopher Young

agents smith and youngAs the southeastern US becomes the next hot bed of filmmaking, Tay Smith and Christopher Young are looking to get locla talent in big productions.

Young and Smith have managed musicians before taking his talents to actors. The transition has been successful as they now represent several stars including actor Columbus Short (“Scandal”), WWE wrestler, David Otunga, hip hop artist/actor Zane “Lil Zane” Copeland, T.I.’s son Messiah Harris and “R&B Divas” reality star LaTavia Roberson.

We talked to the duo about the ever expanding film scene in the southeast and about the talent they are seeing in the area.


Actor Rob Steinberg

steinberg 01This is our last episode of our “Sundance Film Festival” series.

Actor Rob Steinberg has got a long resume in acting. From stage to small screen to big screen, he has shared the spotlight with some big names in Hollywood. In 2013, he landed his most prominent role as Parker in the Oscar winning “12 Years a Slave”.

We talked to Steinberg about his acting career and seeing Sundance grow over the years.

You can listen to the interview here