Music Monday – #WoMRadio’s Favorite Songs from Our Season Six Musical Guests

OUR GIFT TO YOU – 100% COMMERCIAL FREE AND TALK FREE – 36.5 minutes of some of the most beautiful, positive, inspiring and uplifting music we have shared from our guests so far this season.

  1. Child of the Universe by David Wahler from his album Mosaic.  You can hear David on Spotify, and follow him on facebook, twitter and instagram.  Presented on Positively Entertaining with Beth Hilton.
  2. Selfish Pride – The first single by Derrick T. Lewis in collaboration with Stefan Moessle and Aswad Samad
  3. His Sweet Breath – from the Musical Fairy Tale “The Trial of Pastor Goodson” by Moonshine Revival Tent.  Storyteller Bret Fetzer in collaboration with composers Sari Breznou and Eric Padget.  You can hear other snippets of their work on soundcloud.
  4. In the Morning – from the original cast recording of  Gregg Coffin’s musical “Convenience” which premiered at the Geva Theatre in 2000.  Sung by Mary Jo McConnell who plays Mother Superior in the current Westchester Broadway Theatre production of Sister Act.
  5. Song for Dunnie – a moving tribute to lost friend by Fiona Joy, who is also brought to us by Beth Hilton of The B. Company
  6. Birth of the Blues – sung by Dori’s Mom Kittie DeCarlo.  Originally written for the Broadway show George White’s Scandals of 1926 by Ray Henderson, Buddy G DeSylva and Lew Brown.
  7. Cow – by Smith Sister’s Bluegrass – Kelli Lewis and Wendi Kilman for Boyz and the Beez  Follow their Youtubechannel, Facebook.  Twitter and Instagram.
  8. Colored Women – from the National Tour of Memphis the Musical, written by David Bryan and Joe DiPietro.  Sung by Zuri Washington who starts as Deloris Van Cartier in the WBT Production of Sister Act.   IG: @zuriwithafringeontop
  9. Greater Purpose – by Reverend Cindy Paulos of the Metaphysical Media Network.  Another Positively Entertaining poetess and composer brought to us by Beth Hilton.  Sung by Gretchen Rhodes
  10. It Rains – by LDM Music Country Music Singer of the Year nominee Franklin Cisco Burns.

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About Traci Timmons

Traci is proud to help share the wisdom of women as the producer and co-host on the Word of Mom Radio Network. She loves being in a partnership with Dori DeCarlo who has been a friend and inspiration since childhood. When she agreed to join the team here at WoMRadio, she never imagined how fully it would become part of her life, and how meeting so many powerful and incredible women - sharing their stories and helping to empower them and build their businesses – would be so fulfilling and FUN! Traci has worked in the theatre and entertainment realm as an actress, director, singer, producer and teacher for many years. She has also been an event producer, and done every type of office manager/bookkeeper/operations job there is. Having this platform to showcase the work of the NEW business women, as well as her own is an honor and a privilege. Making new connections and building each other up is key. Current affiliations include Thespian Arts Program, The Family Repertory Company, Labyrinth Arts Collective, Darknight Productions, G Squared Productions and more. Take every day and make it great, be happy, be healthy and most important – be yourself!

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