Sha Blackburn (The @LoonWitch)
On Fade To Black October 29th 2015
Sha Blackburn is The LoonWitch is a New England native and internationally known psychic. She has been featured around the country on the radio offering on-air tarot readings, and is known for her gentle and up-beat energy as well as her sometimes “scary” accuracy with her Tarot readings. She makes her in home in Southeastern Massachusetts where she offers Tarot Readings, Rune Readings, Aura Photography, Crystal Readings, Crystal Healing, Reiki, NLP Sessions, Workshopsand Village Witch Services. You can also find the LoonWitch at fairs and festivals around New England and the East Coast.
Check out her recent project, The Spiritual Guide Network at http://spiritualguidance.proboards.com/page/the-loon-witch.
Kelly Sullivan Walden On Fade To Black
Monday October 19th 2015
Kelly Sullivan Walden is on a mission to awaken the world to the power of dreams.
Known as America’s premiere dream expert, she is the #1 bestselling author of I Had The Strangest Dream and It’s All In Your Dreams, Dream Oracle Cards, and the newly released, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Dreams and Premonitions. She is also a certified clinical hypnotherapist, inspirational speaker, and founder of Dream-Life Coach Training.
Kelly has reached millions of people with her inspiring message on national talk shows such as Doctor Oz, Ricki Lake, The Real, Bethenny, Huffington Post Live, Coast to Coast AM, and FOX news.
Michael Gregorian On Fade To Black
Tuesday October 20th 2015
Michael Gregorian is a comedian from Glendale California which automatically makes him Armenian. Michael has been performing and producing comedy for 5 years and is also the creator of Armenian Nights Comedy.
Ever since a young age where as he describes was his “introduction to comedy 101” He would sneak into his room to listen to Eddie Murphy Delirious and Raw. This early experience along with being shown what was real comedy, by his uncle. He encouraged him and his cousin to listen to everyone from Sam Kinison to Dice clay and realize that comedy, was a reflection of its surroundings and times and was a narrative to the public.