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Around The Barn - August 31, 2013


Around The Barn with Heads Up Santa Clarita Horse Therapy
Date:  August 31, 2013
Host: Nancy Pitchford Zhe  Co-Host Bobbi Jean Bell and Julie Fox Pomilia, Engineer Mike Dowler

In Studio Guest: Artist Trae Mundt
Surprise Call-In Guest: Sue Reynolds
Call-In Guest: Auhor, Historian, Filmmaker Ted Faye
        
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Around The Barn – August 31, 2013

Airing Saturday at 9:00 a.m., Around the Barn with Heads Up is brought to you by Heads Up Santa Clarita Horse Therapy on Horseback, OutWest Boutique and Cultural Center in Old Town Newhall and Fox Feed.

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In Studio Guest: Artist Trae Mundt
Call-in Guest: Author, Historian, Filmmaker Ted Faye
Surprise Call- In Guest: Sue Reynolds

Call in from Sue Reynolds – with a great question! Is therapeutic riding effective for seniors?
Tune in for the answer from Nancy Pitchford, director of Head Up Therapy on Horseback!
 
It’s All About “You Reap What You Sow” and “Weird Tales Festival”
This week’s guests share what inspires them to create –for artist Trae Mundt it’s the colors and art forms found in nature – flowers, trees, the landscape. For filmmaker Ted Faye it’s the desert – Death Valley holds a particular fascination – its history, people, businesses, animals….and the “weird tales” shared by its explorers, prospectors, and inhabitants.

Trae Mundt is a local artist who enjoys capturing the natural world around her on canvas. She’s worked with many art mediums and canvas sizes – now is enjoying the challenging of painting large canvases – one of her largest is currently part of a new exhibit opening at OutWest this Thursday, Sept. 5. She shares the back story of this fabulous, lush painting – “A Glorious View” of a field of Golden Poppies turned to the sun, gently blowing in the morning breeze.

One of the curatorial team (along with artists Nadiya Littlewarrior and Donna Weil) that organized the art exhibit “You Reap What You Sow” opening at OutWest, Thursday, Sept. 5, Trae has played a major role behind the scenes. The exhibit is organized in two parts, Part I runs from Sept. 5 – Oct. 31 and opens at 6:00 p.m. with a Native American Blessing Ceremony led by Ted Garcia. The Artist Reception continues til 9:00 p.m.

Trae invites you to come discover how 17 local artists interpret the theme “You Reap What You Sow.” What does it mean to you? Bounty, harvest, abundance? Or…the reverse?

Call-In, and returning guest, Ted Faye is always an enthusiastic and fascinating guest. Author of the book The Twenty Mule Team of Death Valley and a documentarian,Ted’s ongoing exploration has “found gold in the desert in the form of strange, mysterious and often spooky stories, and will unveil his latest –The Desert’s Lost River of Gold –as the kickoff event of the Historical Society of the Upper Mojave Desert’s first annual Weird Tales Festival. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 27 and 28 in Ridgecrest California.

Along with Ted, other participants include renowned treasure hunter W.C. Jameson and California Paranormal Private Investigations. Activities include a treasure hunt, the showing of Faye’s cult classic The Ghosts of Death Valley Junctionas well as both a premiere and public showing of his newest in the series, The Desert’s Lost River of Gold. For more information visit www.hsumd.org (Historical Society of the Upper Mojave Desert) and www.weirdtalesfestival.com or 1.760.375.8456.

Tune in to hear Ted describe this fun, inaugural event AND the “weird tale” behind his newest film!

Music Playlist – rain, desert, natural landscape are our focus
Judy Coder: CDSongcatcher
Thunderheads
When It Rains

James Michael: CD Beyond The Divide
Beyond the Divide
Hour Before Dawn
Wandering
My Cathedral

Other announcements:
The western music group New West performs at the Autry Museum Wells Fargo Theater, Saturday, September 7, 2pm. Sponsored by the Western Music Association California Chapter. RSVP 818.365.8709.
www.westernmusiccalifornia.org

SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series kicks off at The REP theater, Thursday, Sept. 26. An Evening with TERRY BROWN. RSVP OutWest – 661.255.7087


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Announcement!

The Western Music Association nominated “Around The Barn” for 2013 DJ/Radio Program of the Year! One of five finalists, the award will be presented at the annual Western Music Association conference in November. We are thrilled and honored to be nominated again this year for this prestigious award! We send out sincere thanks to all those who wrote us in on the initial ballot and look forward to seeing you at the conference!


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Around The Barn - August 31, 2013


Article: Around The Barn - August 31, 2013
Source: Santa Clarita Podcasts
Author: Bobbi Jean Bell