Serena Foster interviewed on rtwe fm

Serena Foster interviewed on rtwe fm

You can watch the music video here:

Effortlessly blending Serena’s vocals with live instrumentation and a beat that immediately pulls you in, “Show Me The Way” is an uplifting track, breaking the chains of conformity and pursuing one’s own happiness. Serena Foster effortlessly syncopates the nuances of the lyrics throughout the track, bringing an element of some of the best elements of trap EDM and anthemic-pop.

Based out of Los Angeles, Serena Foster is a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles. Born to a musical family, she started singing at the age of five, and was already writing music at nine. Originally writing music within the Americana genre, Serena worked with two-time Emmy winning composer/producer Lars Deutsch from 2012 to 2015, releasing the two singles “More Than Friends” and “Silly Games.”

In 2016, Serena Foster decided to re-invent herself and her music; diving into an inward soul-search of where her music is heading, and combine her musical background with the passion and love she has of the EDM side of pop. As such, Serena released her single “Hollow” in August of 2017, to high-acclaim and amassing new followers, clamoring for more of Serena’s unique blend of Pop and EDM.

Currently, Serena is finalizing her album with producer Raz Klinghoffer, whose work can be heard on television shows such as “American Horror Story,” “Ink Master” and “The Flash” and has teamed up with Fenton Music Management.







Larry Brand’s interviewed on rtwe fm

Larry Brand’s interviewed on rtwe fm


Larry Brand’s first job in the film industry was as driver and production assistant to the legendary Orson Welles. Following his first feature film, the psychological thriller Backfire (co-written with frequent collaborator Rebecca Reynolds), he went on to write, direct, and co-star in The Drifter, Masque of the Red Death, and Overexposed for indie producer Roger Corman. Over the past two-and-a-half decades, with budgets ranging from $15 thousand to $15 million, his films have included the award-winning independents Paranoia and Christina, and studio productions Hard Luck (starring Wesley Snipes) and Halloween: Resurrection (starring Jamie Lee Curtis), which went on to become the second most profitable sequel in the franchise’s history. In 2008 he formed 8180 Films with partners Rebecca Reynolds (with whom he co-produced HBO’s Assume the Position With Mr. Wuhl) and James Carpenter. Their first feature,Christina, went on to win major awards on the film festival circuit, including Best Film, Best Director (Brand), Best Actress (Nicki Aycox), Best Actor (Stephen Lang) Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking, Outstanding Achievement in Acting (Lang) and Outstanding Achievement in Writing (Brand), and is available from Indican Pictures. 8180’s The Coexist Comedy Tour (directed and edited by Brand) is 2013’s recipient of Best Documentary Feature at New York’s Visionfest, and was released through Starz and Cinedigm. A Perfect Man, starring Liev Schreiber (X-Men, Ray Donovan) and Jeanne Tripplehorn (Big Love, Criminal Minds), from a script by Brand and Peter Elkoff, was released in theatres by IFC/AFC in December 2013.. 8180 Films’ noir thriller, The Girl on the Train, written and directed by Brand and starring Henry Ian Cusick (Lost), Nicki Aycox (Christina,The X-Files), and Stephen Lang (Avatar) was out in theatres in July, 2014. 8180’s most recent production, Beyond Glory, directed by Brand and starring Stephen Lang and Gary Sinise (executive produced by James Cameron and Jon Landau) was released

across all platforms by Gravitas in October, 2016.

13 crowns interviewed on rtwe fm

To say 13 Crowns is a family affair would be an understatement. The band is made up of the
seven oldest siblings of the 13-member clan, ranging in age from 12 (drummer Nora) to 21 (Eve
on keyboards), with 15-year-old Abraham and 16-year-old Tihane the lead singers and
songwriters, 18-year-old Isabella on bass, along with Maikeli (14) and Heinrich (20) on guitar.
The extraordinary septet has recorded a brand-new five-song EP on independent label H&S
Records (distributed through Sony/RED), at famed L.A. studios the Record Plant and Westlake
Studios, with the notable producing team, The Audibles –Dominic “DJ Mecca” Jordan and James
“Jimmy G” Giannos (Justin Bieber, Lupe Fiasco, Keyshia Cole, Chris Brown, The Weeknd, Young
Jeezy, Trey Songz, Drake, Ciara and Rihanna)– and Justin Bieber collaborator, Jason “Poo Bear”
Boyd (Usher, 112, Chris Brown, Big Boi). Look for it to be released later this winter.
The first two singles, both written by Poo Bear, include “Grateful,” a pop-soul anthem that speaks
to family loyalty, overcoming hardships and being thankful for the lessons learned along the way,
along with the upbeat dance-floor hit, “Together We Stand,” which offers a message of unity.
Tihane has sole writing credit on both “Rise,” a piano-driven song about achieving your goals,
while “Appreciate It” tells of the journey and sacrifices they’ve made to get to this point in their
careers. “Only You,” co-written by both Tihane and Abraham, spotlights the pair’s impeccable
The 13 Crowns story sounds like a made-for-TV movie. On hearing their background, Poo Bear
exclaimed, “Where’s the camera crew? This is history in the making.”
The Polynesian-American offspring of professional musicians, their dad, Haini Wolfgramm, was
the bassist in the ‘80s Minnesota family band The Jets, who had hits like “Crush on You” (#3 on
the Billboard Hot 100), “You Got It All,” “Cross My Broken Heart” and the #1 dance smash,
“Sendin’ All My Love,” and their mom, Sarah, was a singer-songwriter for the group Blush, who
were also signed to RCA in the ‘90s.
The oldest members were determined to follow in their parents’ footsteps. “It means something
to grow up in a home where platinum records hang on the walls,” said Eve. “We were on the
road as little kids seeing our dad play shows and travel, and that’s what we wanted to do, too.”
The journey began in 2006, when their dad purchased instruments and taught them how to play.
Plenty of woodshedding, practice and live performances helped them hone their craft.
Reminiscent of the early days of the Jackson 5 – particularly the spirited vocal interplay between
Abraham and Tihane – the band’s roots are solidly in soul, R&B, hip-hop and pop, citing such
influences as groups like The Fugees, Arrested Development and The Roots, with positive
messages and an infectious upbeat feel. Other touchstones include the high-energy
performances of Bruno Mars, Beyonce’s larger-than-life persona, the island sounds of Bob
Marley and Rihanna, the upbeat theatrics of Earth, Wind & Fire and the ska-influenced No Doubt.
Young veterans, 13 Crowns recently finished a tour of 83 shows at high schools and junior highs
in three months. “We really enjoy playing for people our own age,” says Tihane. “They can relate
to our music and message.”
“We hope that everyone will recognize, under the surface, we are all royal in our own way and
each of us wears a crown,” said Abraham about the band’s name.
With collaborators like The Audibles and Poo Bear, 13 Crowns are ready to assume the pop
throne. Let the coronation begin.
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Marianne Clyde is an expert in Mental Health in the workplace. Speaking to businesses and associations  about empowerment, team building and relationship networking, she is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, in practice for over 27 years, energizing speaker and dauntless world traveler. She lived in Japan for over 8 years and has spent time in at least 20 developing countries, teaching about recovery from trauma, personal empowerment and interpersonal relationships.

She has written and published numerous articles, appeared on radio and television worldwide, commenting on topics ranging from gun violence to having a happy marriage. Host and producer of her own TV shows, she has also hosted a call in radio show and has produced Moments of Mindfulness Meditation CD.

After launching 2 best-selling books, Peaceful Parenting: 10 Essential Principles and Un-Leashed: Practical Steps to Get Your Life Unstuck, she has now released her most powerful book to date, Zentivity™: How to Eliminate Chaos, Stress and Discontent in Your Workplace. As chaos, reactivity and polarization reign, whether your workplace is in politics, business or home, she recognizes and advocates for mental health in the workplace.

A companion website is available along with the book at to help readers establish strong new patterns of thought and behavior.

Marianne is the founder of the Marianne Clyde Center for Holistic Psychotherapy, in Warrenton, VA, winner of the 2017 Best of Warrenton award, and also the founder of Be the Change Foundation, helping underprivileged women create and sustain home – based businesses.




At the age of 16, the breakout teenage singer Caroline Roman, is the newest pop artist to take the nation by storm as one of the top performers on the 8th annual critically lauded High School Nation tour along with headlining artist Drake Bell (known for Nickelodeons show “Drake & Josh).  Caroline is currently touring in 32 US cities, headlining at the largest music festival designed exclusively for teens. Her beautiful melodic voice flaunts maturity and confidence on stage, yet radiates the innocence of an ingenue. Caroline juggles between her excellence of an ‘A’ student, pop singer, songwriter, and an all-around predominant performer. The Georgia native is ranked #1 by “Reverbnation” for her hit song “Gold”, written as a weapon against teenage suicide espouses that we’re all perfect the way we are. Her debut single, “Heat of the Summer,” received over 100K plays upon release.

You’ll find America’s fastest rising singing sensation performing next in Tennessee (10/4 – 10/6)and North Carolina (10/9 – 10/13) We’d love to have you sit down with Caroline Roman for an in-studio interview or we can arrange for you to meet her at the venue and sit down with her there.



















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