Recent Episodes

Episode Twenty Five – Tony and Brittany Ingram & “Equally Yoked”

We met Tony Ingram & In conversation about himself, his wife Brittany and their book, “Equally Yoked”, we knew their message needed to be heard. Together they’ve written “Equally Yoked – How to utilize health & fitness to enrich our marriage”.

Episode Twenty Four – Melody Khair – Music ILuv

The seed for Music.iLuv grew out of Melody’s love of children and music. She believes that technology can make complex skills – like learning to play music – easier and more engaging for digital-age children. That is grounded in her conviction that every kid is talented and deserves a well-balanced education that includes music and art.

Episode Twenty Three – Musician Matt Rolland

Matt Rolland and Run Boy Run have written and performed their own style of acoustic bluegrass & folk music for well over 10 years. Matt is also the Director of Arts Integration at SAACA.org, working alongside Kate Marquez (Episode 20), finding and promoting talent for various SAACA cultural events.

Episode Twenty Two – Amberly Lago Returns

Amberly Lago is the author of “True Grit and Grace: Turning Tragedy Into Triumph’. Her incredible story of resilience after a devastating motorcycle accident. Her career as a personal trainer and dancer was stopped short and even after 34 surgeries to save her leg, she found the strength to not surrender while living in constant pain.

Episode Twenty One – Brad Richter and Lead Guitar

Brad Richter is an influential classical guitarist, composer and educator. Brad is the creator of the non-profit “Lead Guitar” program that builds classical guitar programs in low income schools.

Episode Twenty: Kate Marquez and SAACA.org

Kate Marquez has been the Executive Director for over 14 years of The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance (SAACA) is a Tucson, Arizona based nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation, preservation and advancement of the Arts. They promote a variety of cultural, culinary, arts and music events throughout the year encouraging artist and community collaborations.

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