The LoBros
www.thelobros.com
The LoBros
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
November 2, 2014
Event begins at 2:30 PM
Musical artists The LoBros first full length album is now available on i-tunes, directly through www.TheLoBros.com, and will be showcased on November 2nd at their Album Release Concert at the Sea of Glass Center for the Arts 330 E. 7th St. at 2:30pm. Advance tickets are $15 and are available through their website.

The Lopez brothers (Salvador and Christian), affectionately known as The LoBros, defy the usual musical categories, expertly combining classical, Latin, jazz, funk and blues to create a uniquely original musical experience. Both classically trained with Master's in Trombone performance, and backed by an ensemble of professional musicians The LoBros are not your ordinary band of part time or hobby musicians. "Our vision for The LoBros is to break the usual bonds of musical categories, creating a new perspective on classical styles and putting on a great show for our fans", says bandleader and older brother Salvador. "It's about preserving a beautiful art form in a new and exciting way", adds Christian. Whatever their inspiration it seems to be working: although officially only 18 months old the band has already played at many local venues and events to increasing popularity and a growing fan base. With its hot, sophisticated sound, The LoBros debut album is bound to please existing fans and gain an army of new followers

Composed, arranged, produced, and performed by the Lopez brothers along with a crack team of professional musicians, The LoBros self-titled album is a tour de force. The LoBros set themselves apart by drawing from their musically eclectic background; from their multiple degrees in classical music performance to the Latin rhythms that thrive in their home state of Arizona and everything in between. The album does its share of genre hopping, showcasing everything from funk, salsa, bachata, cha-cha, samba, jazz, rock, video game, to straight-ahead classical! Featuring melodies and harmonies that were inspired from some of classical music’s greatest masters, including Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Chopin, and Brahms. The unique synergy of this horn led band is sure to get you moving!

The LoBros band is built around the two musically gifted Lopez brothers. A recent graduate of Northwestern University with his Master's degree in Bass Trombone Performance, Christian, has received many accolades including recently being recognized as one of the top bass trombone players of his generation as a finalist in an International Trombone Competition. Bandleader and older brother Salvador received his Master's degree in Tenor Trombone Performance at the University of Arizona, and has performed throughout Europe, China and N. America. The brothers pull from their range and experience as professional musicians, trained to play many different styles of music, to give their own compositions unexpected and exciting new combinations and color. Combined, the Lopez brothers' talent is exceptional and will only grow as they continue to create new musical experiences for their fans to enjoy.

Locally, The LoBros have been featured at 2nd Saturday Downtown, The Zoo Lights, SAABA events, Rex Allen Days and at private showcases and parties. The LoBros are available for indoor and outdoor events and with their crossover style music they appeal to a wide variety of fans, making them a crowd favorite. Remember: The band will be hosting their Album Release Concert at the Sea of Glass Center for the Arts 330 E. 7th St on Sunday November 2, 2014 at 2:30pm, advance tickets are $15 and are available atwww.TheLoBros.com .
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Film - Charles Bradley: Soul of America
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Film - Charles Bradley: Soul of America
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
November 7, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
Starting off on his 62nd birthday, Charles Bradley: Soul of America follows the extraordinary journey of singer Charles Bradley during the electrifying and transformative months leading up to the release of his debut album "No Time for Dreaming." The 74-minute documentary feature premiered at South By Southwest in Austin and went on to play top film festivals around the world including Hot Docs, Best of Hot Docs (Vancouver), Silverdocs, Munich International Film Festival, Montreal International Documentary Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Milwaukee Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival and Bonnaroo. The film won a Special Jury Award at Chicago International Music and Movies Festival and continues its festival run at IDFA, CPH:DOX, Leeds and Vienna this fall.

Despite being abandoned as a child, a period of homelessness, the devastating loss of his brother and constant poverty, Charles never gave up on his life-long dream to be a professional singer. With the help of producer and Grammy-winner Gabriel Roth (Daptone Records) and musician and label owner Tommy Brenneck (Dunham Records), Charles moved away from the James Brown covers he'd been performing for nearly half a century and focused on finding his own unique voice.

Earning himself an opening spot on tour for Sharon Jones, the biggest artist in the Daptone stable, Charles delivered the most impassioned performances of his life. Coming up during one of the worst economic downturns in history, Charles' heartfelt songs about tragedy, the downfall of the American dream, and hope for a better world resonated with audiences and the impossible dream he chased for 48 years started to become a reality. But, while experiencing his first taste of success, Charles couldn't escape the adversity that had followed him since birth. When the oppressive mortgage on his 87-year-old mother's house threatened to cost him everything, Charles hit a new low.

And then, following his sold out album release show, Charles' life changed completely. Championed by critics and fans alike, "No Time For Dreaming" became one of the most incredible success stories of the year, landing on Rolling Stone magazine's top 50 albums of 2011 and catapulting Charles to over 110 performances in 17 countries on 3 continents over the next year alone. In addition, Bradley picked up coveted gigs at top festivals like ACL and Bonnaroo and lit up television via spots on Jay Leno and Carson Daly. while his music video scored over 2 million hits online and played in rotation on VH1.

Following this unprecedented success, Charles' star has continued to rise. He tours the world year-round to growing crowds, pouring his soul out at each show as if it's his last and stepping off stage to give out teary-eyed hugs and acknowledge the miracle of the journey that Spin calls "…utterly amazing."

Recommended ages 12 & up. 74 min.

$7.00 advance / $12.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program, Avalon Gardens Internships, and Homeless Is Not My Choice.
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/846305
Amber Norgaard Band Celebrating 10 Years of Music!
www.ambernorgaard.com
Amber Norgaard Band Celebrating 10 Years of Music!
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
November 14, 2014
Event begins at 7:30 PM
An uplifting, intimate evening celebrating a decade of Amber Norgaard's music performed by her full band.

Amber Norgaard grew up on an Iowa farm and had a calling to be of service to the world. After graduating Creighton University School of Nursing, she set off to do volunteer work as a community health nurse in the Dominican Republic and Oregon.

Eventually, she settled for six years in southwestern Alaska, working as a nurse with a tribal health corporation. During this time, Amber discovered that music was a source of connection for people - transcending language and cultural barriers, relaying messages, evoking emotions and potentially facilitating healing on a profound level.

In 2004, Amber left Alaska to pursue a musical dream. Since then, the nurse-turned-musician has released three full-length albums and one acoustic EP. She was the 2007 Up & Coming Artist of the Year in the Tucson Area Music Awards (TAMMIES), has received several honors from international songwriting competitions and placed second out of nearly 100 bands at the California-based 2007 Winery Music Awards. TUCSON LIFESTYLE magazine comments "solo, or with her band, she has proved to be a singer/songwriter to be reckoned with...the petite powerhouse is one part poet, one part social crusader." Indeed, she has an ability to connect with people of all ages and backgrounds. Her compassionate life experience and knack for the healing arts shine through in her music.

Amber tours nationally. She has opened for Judy Collins and Ellis Paul. She has performed at events such as the Winery Music Awards (Paso Robles, CA), the Invasion of the GoGirls at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, TX, the Provincetown Women’s Kickass Independent Songwriters showcase (Provincetown, MA), Big Arizona Music Festival (Tucson, AZ), McDowell Mountain Music Festival (Scottsdale, AZ), the Alaska Women’s Music Festival (Anchorage & Fairbanks, AK), the Sedona Jam Emerging Artist Music Festival (Sedona, AZ), and multiple festivals, street and art fairs, charity events, theaters, schools and many other venues nationwide.

In addition to performing, Amber speaks on the topic of "Music as a Healing Art & Instrument for Social Change" colleges. She has toured with the Canadian-based White Tiger's Girl Conference events, raising awareness for violence prevention and sexual assault issues among adolescents and young adults.

Tickets $10 advance; $15 at the door
visit http://ambernorgaard.brownpapertickets.com/ for tickets
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Film - Edgar Cayce, The Beautiful Dreamer (November)
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Film - Edgar Cayce, The Beautiful Dreamer (November)
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
November 21, 2014
Event begins at 7:00 PM
Edgar Cayce (1877 - 1945), was dubbed "the Sleeping Prophet" and "the Father of Holistic Medicine" because he was able to bring forth incredible healing information from a deep, self-induced trance. All he needed was to be given the subject to be discussed, or the inquiring person's name, address, and whereabouts, by a conductor to make suggestions and ask the questions, and a stenographer to take it all down. Almost every day for forty-two years he had out-of-body journeys in order to answer questions covering an immense range of subject matter. He could do this at any time, any place.

Persons from all walks of life came to him for help or advice. Among them was a movie producer, an actress, a top steel magnate, a U.S. Senator, a Vice-President of the United States; parents, the sick, the lame, the disturbed. His extraordinary trances also gave in-depth information and guidance on our relationship to God, past lives, the laws of cause and effect, the idea and ideals of an Atlantis, and the history and future of humankind and the universe. He also made numerous prophecies that are just now beginning to prove true.

Winner, "Most Thought-provoking Documentary" ~ Sedona International Film Festival
"It is the best film ever made on my father." ~Edgar Evans Cayce, Edgar Cayce's son

All ages. 60 min.

$7.00 advance / $12.00 day of show

Call (520) 398-2542 for tickets!

For those in financial need, call (520) 603-9932 one week in advance of show to inquire about Avalon Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil or other work reciprocation program.

Visit the Food For Ascension Café in same building!

Proceeds go to scholarships for the nonprofit programs - Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program for teens and adults and Avalon Gardens Internships.
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/846301
Rebecca Jade
www.rebeccajade.com.
Rebecca Jade
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
November 22, 2014
Event begins at 8:00 PM
REBECCA JADE IN CONCERT

Ticket info coming soon...

Growing up in a musical home and having generations of musicians in her family, Rebecca has been exposed to a vast assortment of artists, genres and styles. Her own mother was a professional jazz singer in Puerto Rico. With such influences, it seems a natural progression that Rebecca has followed in her footsteps.
Rebecca has been described, by many, as having a chameleon-like quality to her voice, being able to deliver each song in a unique way. Yet, she has been blessed with a sound unlike anyone else. Music lovers express how her singing induces a genuine feeling within them, and many have stated that she has the ability to transfer the emotion of each song to her listeners.
Rebecca has been singing professionally since returning home from college. She has performed with the most sought-after musicians in San Diego and Los Angeles and at some of the best venues in Southern California and across the nation. Rebecca’s versatility has allowed her many unique opportunities to perform, to name a few:
~ Rebecca was a member of the House Band for Anthology (www.AnthologySD.com), one of San Diego’s most popular and world-renowned live music venues, for over five years, until they closed their doors in early 2013; She is one of the Sirens of Siren’s Crush (www.SirensCrush.com), Southern California’s premiere Live event dance band who has opened for the likes of Boyz II Men, Erykah Badu, Vanilla Ice and the late Teena Marie, and performed for “Best of San Diego” 2010 and 2011 events; She has performed with Mindi Abair and living legend Norman Connors, for John Maatta, for Rev. Jesse Jackson and his guests at the 2009 Rainbow PUSH Coalition event, for Drew Brees and Marshall Faulk at their Celebrity Golf Tournaments, as well as private events for Michigan State’s Basketball coach Tom Izzo, NFL Charger Antonio Gates, Jenny Craig, and the USA Women’s Soccer team; She has done multiple concerts at Spaghettini’s, the Baked Potato, and the House of Blues (San Diego, Anaheim, Boston, Las Vegas); She has performed the National Anthem for many professional and collegiate athletic organizations; She’s entertained patrons at the San Diego Symphony; She also manages and is lead singer in her own R&B, soul, blues and funk variety band, called The Soultones (www.theSoultonesLive.com)~
Rebecca has over 22 years of recording studio experience. She’s sung demos and background vocals on many different projects, including a recent project featuring Sly Stone (of Sly and the Family Stone) and songs for a catalog with Todd Carlon, pianist for Paul Anka. She released her debut original music project, The Jade Element and opened for Grammy-nominated musical artist, Musiq Soulchild. She has also just released her sophomore album, Rebecca Jade and the Cold Fact. The other projects, one with San Diego producer Jaz Williams, and yet another with Detroit pianist/arranger/composer Kamau Kenyatta (whose work was prominent on the Grammy Award-winning album by Gregory Porter), are coming soon.

http://www.reverbnation.com/ladyrebeccajade
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/879643
Christmas Choirs @ Tubac Luminaria Nights
Christmas Choirs @ Tubac Luminaria Nights
Tubac Plaza Main Stage
December 5, 2014
Event begins at 6:00 PM
Friday, December 5th and Saturday, December 6th the annual Tubac Luminaria Nights will commence in joyful song at the Tubac Plaza Main Stage. Starting at 6:00PM both nights, The CosmoKids Choir will open the evening with a short but very sweet set of children’s Christmas Carols. From 6:30PM to 7:30PM, TaliasVan’s Bright & Morning Star Choir & Orchestra will take the stage.

The CosmoKids Choir is made up of students from Global Community Communications Schools for Teens & Children. They have recently recorded their debut CD of beautiful and uplifting original children’s songs composed by TaliasVan which will be available for purchase at the concert and proceeds support the children’s school music program.

TaliasVan’s Bright & Morning Star Choir is the featured performance and has become a favorite attraction of this family event where Santa Claus is always sure to make an appearance!

Bring the whole family to enjoy traditional Christmas Carols as well as a few original sacred holiday CosmoWorship™ songs written by the choir’s founder. CosmoWorship is a cosmic, lyrical, and melodic celestial experience. The harmonies and arrangements are other-worldly and take the listener to heavenly realms. There is nothing else like it on the planet!

TaliasVan’s Bright & Morning Star Choir & Orchestra have recorded three CosmoWorship CDs, including a Christmas Album called “The God Child Came.” “The God Child Came” is also the soundtrack of a wonderful musical Christmas play by the Global Change Theater Company, available on DVD.
The concerts will take place at the Tubac Plaza Main Stage next to the Out Of The Way Galleria at 29 Tubac Plaza. Donations are appreciated, which go toward Global Community Communications Schools for Teens & Children. For directions or more information call (520) 398-2542 or visit www.GlobalChangeMultiMedia.org.
Film - The Connection
www.theconnection.tv
Film - The Connection
The Sea of Glass Performance Hall
December 10, 2014
Event begins at 7:30 PM
Presented by "Movies That Matter"

Cost - $10

The film features scientists, researchers, writers and doctors, as well as remarkable true stories of people adding mind body medicine to their healing toolkit to recover from severe back pain, heart disease, infertility, cancer and multiple sclerosis. While the science is complex, the solutions for people suffering with illness are astonishingly simple. The film shows that we can counter the harmful affects of stress with an equally powerful relaxation response triggered through specific techniques such as meditation. It shows that emotions can impact the course of an illness for better or for worse and could even be the difference between life and death. The film explains the mechanisms behind belief, which scientists now know contributes 30 to 50 percent of the effect of any known biological cure and explores how scientists at the cutting edge are now learning that the mind can even influence the expression of genes and the rate at which we age.
“We have more say in our own health than even our doctors.”
Jon Kabat Zinn, Ph.D.
Founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

This is a film for people who have tried everything. It offers answers and proves that you can change your mind, change your health and change your life.

For more information contact Dan Horner
(443) 602-2941
joshuadanhorner@yahoo.com
Divine Administration Seminar
gccalliance.org
Divine Administration Seminar
Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage
March 6, 2015 —
March 9, 2015
Global Community Communications Alliance (GCCA) is hosting a Divine Administration Seminar for serious spiritual seekers—potential Destiny Reservists. Topics include the physics of rebellion, ascension science, protected and sacred areas, the five epochal revelations for humankind, the cosmology of the master universe, starseed children, and interuniversal genetics.

The concept of Divine Administration management is working in conjunction with unseen but ever-present celestial personalities. The growth of GCCA/Divine Administration over the last 25 years (now with more than 115 quality change agents from all over the world) and the manifestation of the organization’s diversified ministries complement the claim of working in liaison with spirit counterparts. Presenters include Dr. Marayeh Cunningham, Psychologist; Landau Lawrence, M.D.; Len’Mana Lee Ed.D., and Founders Gabriel of Urantia and Niánn Emerson Chase.

The seminar is held at Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage in Tumacácori, Arizona—a beautiful 220-acre EcoVillage in a sacred area known to the indigenous inhabitants as the “palm of God’s hand”.

$500 for early registration before August 5th ($700 after). Includes lodging and organic meals. Certificates of Completion given to participants. All seminar and workshop proceeds benefit the Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage Agricultural Internships and the Personality Integration Rehabilitation Program—nonprofit service programs to assist individuals from diverse backgrounds in various levels of healing, training, and education to actualize their dreams and talents.