Brooklynbilly Music Mashup Show
Along with highlighting local musicians from around the Santa Cruz and Monterey Bay area, host Andy Fuhrman serves up a fun mix of classic Folk, Country & Western, Bluegrass, Old Timey, Rockabilly, Rock, R&B and Brooklyn Doo Wop.
Episode #53: Writing and telling our stories can be powerfully healing. To honor National Poetry Month, we look at how the simple process of writing or journaling can be used to support mental health and wellness and lead to healing. We’re joined by writer, poet and teacher Patrice Vecchione and two of her former writing students, diversity trainer Erin-Kate Escobar and high school student and writer Briar Spungin. This is the first in a two-part series on creativity and wellness.
Episode #52: We’re joined by ACA Program participants Bill Trimpi and Birch Curry to discuss their childhoods in dysfunctional families, the lasting mental health impacts of those experiences, and how they found support and growth in the 12-step program Adult Children of Alcoholics & Dysfunctional Families (ACA). Community member Patrice Vecchione tenderly describes the confusion and heartbreak of growing up with a mother with alcohol addiction.
Episode #51: People, including men, are utilizing therapy now more than ever. We’ll explore what therapy is like for men: the barriers, the benefits and the types available. Guest Host Lisa Herendeen is joined by guests Joey Fino and Mark Vanderhoof, who share their personal experiences of therapy. Also joining us is psychotherapist Tim Hartnett, who describes how therapeutic work, in and out of the therapy room, can help men live fuller, happier lives with greater connection to those they love and care about.
Episode #50: We’re joined by Laura Vollset & Maggie Muir to discuss Perinatal Depression & Anxiety (PPD). While this is one of the most common complications of pregnancy, it is often unrecognized and under-diagnosed. Laura shares her experience of having had debilitating PPD after the birth of her twins. She sought treatment, found support, and wended her way to back to wellness and joy in parenting. Maggie Muir, a Licensed Psychotherapist, Board Certified Lactation Consultant, and Perinatal Support Group Leader explains what PPD is, who is at risk, and how and where mothers and family members can get help.
3:59am Habib Koité 'Wassiye' from Ma Ya
3:54am Pete Seeger 'Where Have All the Flowers Gone - Live' from More Together Again (Remastered)
3:51am Peter, Paul and Mary 'Puff, The Magic Dragon - Remastered' from The Very Best of Peter, Paul and Mary
3:48am Ray Kane 'Moana Chimes' from The Legendary Ray Kane : Old Slack Key
2:57am Dave Van Ronk 'Both Sides Now' from The Mayor Of MacDougal Street: Rarities 1957-1969