Judy Wolman created & leads the L.A.based community sing-along program Sing,Sing,Sing–still going after 20+ years. Wow!

While on a vacation in Hawaii with my husband and his 2 sisters I conducted this interview with Judy, asking her about the L.A. based community music program she created & has hosted for > 20 years.

The Farooqie Family's favorite library moments and impromptu song circle.

The Farooqie children begin with sharing their favorite things to do at the Fountaindale Public Library before singing a medley for the ages.

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Kari Goetz and Crawford Long

Spouses, Kari Goetz (46) and Crawford Long (47), share a conversation about how they first met as teenagers, about being pen-pals, and about meeting again twenty years later and eventually getting married.

Interviewing Grandma

A story of growing up in the 1940s. Dani Miller,age 14, interviews her grandma, Joyce Quinn in Los Angles,CA. You will learn about her religion, careers, teachers, family members and hobbies through this interview. You will also hear about her...

A Mother’s Vocal Days

Krystal Ragone tells all about her days in the Music business. Interviewed by Sam Ragone (Me)

Linda Salmons: Folk Musician

Meet Linda Salmons! Linda is the founder of “Picking On The Porch” at the Tuckerton Seaport. In this interview, she shares the best stories from her life as a folk musician. From meeting Taylor Swift to trading guitar lessons for...

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Sharla Taylor and Dylan Taylor-Smith

Sharla Taylor (71) and her daughter, Dylan Taylor-Smith (33), talk about Sharla's life experiences growing up on a farm in Denton Texas and her career in local radio and as a musician. They also discuss what it's been like for...

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Sherrie Floyd and Jonnie Clasen

Sherrie Floyd (67) interviews her friend Jonnie Clasen (75) about her life, her father's military career, and her 2021 induction to the Army Ranger Hall of Fame.

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Carolyn Stiles, Joanne Gianniny, and Allison Stiles

Sisters Carolyn Stiles (30) and Allison Stiles (32) interview their grandmother, Joanne Gianniny (93), about the grammy camp she hosted for them as children.

My sister’s love for performing

Rachel explains her childhood memories of dancing. She also tells me how she fell in love with preforming. She wants this career more because it is hard to achieve. She lastly give great advice to others who want to pursue...

“If this isn't nice, what is?”

An interview of my father, Peter, about his life. He is 69 years old on the recording. He discusses his childhood, his parents, his wife, his accomplishments, being a parent, and things he has learned in life.

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Noreen McRoyal and Audifac Ignace

Spouses Noreen McRoyal (58) and Audifac Ignace (55) center their conversation about their respective matriarchal families, storytelling, preserving, and sharing oral cultures, and how to teach acceptance through storytelling to children.

Juanita Cross

Experience of being black in the Sourh during segregation.

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Donna McClure and Robert Vaughn

One Small Step conversation partners Donna McClure (58) and Robert Vaughn (70) discuss political systems like capitalism, crypto-currency, and economics and public policy. They consider starting a "common sense" party together.

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December 31, 2022 App Interview

LiannaTennal (42), interviews Alice Mae, her daughter, about the Daily Antidote of Song and other musical topics.

Dyker Singers Stories – Tina Advocat

Tina shared personal stories about how music has been a strong part of her life and how her relationship with singing has evolved.

Interview with my dad

A short interview about how my father would sing and people would come see him perform.

Lisa Graham, Lucy Cordes, and Genevieve Welch

Dr. Lisa Graham (47), director of the Wellesley College Choir, Lucy Cordes (21), President of the Choir, and Genevieve Welch (20), choral scholar with the Choir, speak about their experiences of the pandemic through the lens of choral singing and...

Norm Loewenthal and Stefani Priskos

Stefani Priskos speaks with Norm Loewenthal about his involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to concerns surrounding...

A Young Artist Gets A Miracle!

That morning I wished that I could meet with the famous band and network with them. That night I was on stage singing with them! A miracle in Monterrey and in my life as an artist.