GG118: Singer-songwriter Adam Klein & Kula Project's Sarah Buchanan-Sasson

ADAM KLEIN talks about his latest album and his musical connection to the country of Mali. Check out a documentary he’s working on HERE, as well as a Christina Ricci Amazon film on Zelda Fitzgerald that he’s in HERE.

Sarah Buchanan-Sasson and her husband are doing powerful work connecting Rwandans with opportunities through the KULA PROJECT. They’ll be sharing their story at Ponce City Market in November with some of their successful Rwandan entrepreneurs.

GG107: Jayme Alilaw and Andrew Iden

JAYME ALILAW talks about her path to becoming an opera singer & improv actor.

Andrew Iden has created as an homage to those who've trekked or experienced the Appalachian Trail for it's 70th Anniversary.

Check out Alex Gordon HiFi's music used as "tweeners" HERE.

GG91: Aviva & Love Beyond Walls

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From AVIVA & THE FLYING PENGUINS, Aviva talks about music, tuning to the right frequency, and connecting with the right people.

Terence Lester of LOVE BEYOND WALLS believes we can help the homeless with compassion, empathy, and a holistic approach to the issue.

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GG56: Photo/Videographer Kate Lord and David Stephens of All Hands Productions

KATE LORD uses her photography and videography talents to help non-profits, like Refugee Transitions, tell their compelling stories.

David Stephens has been creating puppet magic through ALL HANDS PRODUCTIONS (get it?) since he was a bit bigger than a Muppet himself.

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GG32: ALOMA, Clavvs, & Cutting Chai film


Posey Miller of the Atlanta Lovers of Music Association house concerts explains the group's origins and purpose. End of podcast is Mulgrew Miller's You're That Dream.

Amber Renee & Graham Marsh of the hypnotic alt pop group CLAVVS (pronounced CLAWS) talk about messing with language and finding their sound.

Meherwan Irani & Michael Files from CUTTING CHAI documentary relate how storytelling is key for them whether with restaurants, Chai Pani and Botiwalla, or film.

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