Category Archives: Music

“High” Official Music Video by Full Moon Rising with Daniel Tyler Pohnke

We were recently introduced to this musician, and his conscious, uplifting lyrics and rhythm have had us dancing all day. It’s wonderful to be in a world where so many of us are waking up and filling our planet with goodness! Enjoy the video and let us know what you think!! Read More

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Jazz Tribute Song by The Mojo Doctors

Straight out of New Orleans’ French Quarter: Two of the Universal Flag Peace Movement’s favorite dynamos, Bradford Keeney, Ph.D. and Hillary Stephenson, Ph.D., together known as The Mojo Doctors, have created an inspired musical dedication to The Universal Flag. Check it out… Read More

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May 22, 2011
A Conversation with Here II Here


We recently welcomed the lead vocalists of Here II Here, a band whose popularity is sweeping the country. Recently featured on ABC’s Good Morning America in front of 4 million viewers, the band’s infectious charisma has led to performances at the United Nations, Miami Dolphin Stadium, Agape Int’l Center… Read More









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September 4, 2010
A Conversation with James Twyman


In this show James Twyman joins us for an intimate conversation about his work, his own path of awakening, and the tragedy that changed his life. Read More









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August 21, 2010
A Conversation with Chris Deckker


Every year thousands of individuals, private gatherings, and public events across the globe join together to celebrate and hold a common intention for peace. “Earthdance: The Global Dance Party for Peace,” is the world’s biggest synchronized dance event, with over 350 locations in 65 countries. Read More









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August 7, 2010
A Conversation with Dave Stringer


Dave Stringer is igniting chant scenes all over the globe. In this interview, he shares his music and musings on the ancient art of kirtan as a spiritual path of awakening. Read More









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October 3, 2009
A Conversation With Rickie Byars Beckwith


Rickie Byars Beckwith is one of the 21st century’s most revered singer-songwriters whose transcendent music opens the heart, touches the soul, and uplifts the spirit. In her 10th studio album, Rickie leads the way to “Supreme Inspiration” with a collection of funky, break-bending gyrations that feature guest artists Keb Mo, Maurice White, Dudley Perkins, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Michael Jackson, and Michael Bernard Beckwith. br />
“Supreme Inspiration” is produced by jazz-hop sensation, Georgia Anne Muldrow, who happens to be Rickie’s daughter. Together, their talents combine to tell a story of love, life, and the harmonic transformation of a world realizing its next possibility. Read More









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August 09, 2008
A Conversation With Corky Hale


Corky Hale was born in a small mid-western farm town and started piano lessons at age three. She has played harp for Liberace, piano for Billie Holiday and Mel Tormé, and has sung with the bands of Harry James, Ray Anthony, and Jerry Gray. She has also appeared with George Michael at London’s Royal Albert Hall and RFK Stadium. Read More









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June 28, 2008
A Conversation With Hanson


“Ngi ne themba, ngi ne themba” chanted a group of 20 South African kids in their native isiZulu language on a July afternoon in 2006. When I first heard the rhythm and tone of this isiZulu phrase with the timbre and feel of those simple voices, I was awed. When I realized that this driving chant beneath our song “Great Divide” meant “I have hope,” I became wholly entranced. -Taylor Hanson Read More









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