Cheryll Jones On Fade To Black
September 8th 2015
Cheryll Jones bio:
Cheryll Jones’ accomplished TV broadcasting career covers extensive experience on both sides of the camera. Starting as a weather reporter, Cheryll quickly extended her skills and credentials to include talk show host, producer, field reporter, writer and network news anchor. She is uniquely distinguished as the only TV broadcaster to be both a news anchor and degreed meteorologist at the network level. Her career has taken her from her hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee to major markets including Miami, Atlanta, New York, Denver, Kansas City and West Palm Beach.
Through Cheryll’s prime time broadcasts on CNN and The Weather Channel, her face and voice became familiar to viewers in millions of homes around the world. Cheryll’s numerous professional awards include being named “Woman of the Year” by Women in Communications and “Distinguished Alumnus of the Year” by Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado.
Brien Foerster On Fade To Black
September 9th 2015
Brien Foerster bio:
Brien was born in Rochester, Minnesota, U.S.A. but grew up on the west coast of Canada. At age 11, he became fascinated with the art of the Haida and other native people, and began carving totem poles, and other related art forms, learning from Native teachers. After completing an Honours Bachelor Of Science degree, Brien decided to take up carving and sculpture full time at the age of 25. This included the creation of 15 full size totem poles, dugout canoes, masks, bowls, boxes and other Native style works.
In 1995 he moved to Maui, Hawaii, and was hired as assistant project manager for the building of the 62 foot double hull sailing canoe ( ancestor of the modern day catamaran ) Mo’okiha O Pi’ilani ( Sacred Lizard That Pierces The Heavens. ) This project lasted 2 years. Over the course of the next decade he explored Polynesia, looking for the source of the Polynesian people.
Jennifer Batten On Fade To Black
August 31st 2015
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Jennifer Batten began to play guitar at the age of 8 when her father bought her a “killer red and blue electric”. Her early influences came from The Beatles, BB King, Lightnin’ Hopkins and Jeff Beck.
Batten released her 1992 debut, Above Below and Beyond, the worldbeat-influenced Jennifer Batten’s Tribal Rage: Momentum in 1997, and Whatever, which was released 2008.
She authored two music books: Two Hand Rock and The Transcribed Guitar Solos of Peter Sprague.
Batten has appeared on recordings such as Jeff Beck’s Who Else! (1999) and You Had It Coming (2001),Michael Sembello’s Heavy Weather (1992), Bret Helm’s “Doc Tahri” and the debut of The Immigrants. Her music video appearances include Jeff Beck (Live in Japan), Michael Jackson (Moonwalker-“Come Together”), Natalie Cole-“Wild Women Do”, Sara Hickman and Miguel Mateos’s “Obsesión”.
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