Cindy Kalmenson

California girl leaves her native state for Nashville in ’96 after a brief stint at being an actress in LA. In her 20’s she taught bilingual second grade in Santa Cruz and Santa Monica as well as high school Spanish … After 7 years teaching school she was ready to chase her dream.

At age 34 with no more than a car load of stuff, Cindy moved to Nashville to concentrate solely on writing and singing. Within a year she came out with her debut CD, Let Me Out Here. The title track won first place in the 2003 International Songwriting contest and was featured in the HBO comedy BIG LOVE in 2006. In 2002, she co-produced Witness, with grammy award winner, Jon Randal. The title track won first place at the prestigious Chris Austin songwriter’s contest at MerleFest in 2002.

In 2009 Cindy and her family moved back to California. In that same year Cindy released I’m Not Leaving, which was nominated Americana song of the year and CD of the year by the Los Angeles Music Awards … In 2010 Cindy won best song in the West Coast Songwriting Association for Alabama Bliss.

Cindy Kalmenson on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S15.E10 – November 29, 2020

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Vinnie Caggiano

Vinnie Caggiano, a Venice Resident for 10 years, is originally from New York City and has performed as a guitar soloist; with bands of almost every variety from African to Blues to Jazz to Country; and as accompanist for local singer-songwriters. He has also logged thousands of hours in recording sessions with various artists. more Vinnie Caggiano »

Billy Stobo

Born from the tradition of bringing good stories to music, Brother Billy’s first release “Don’t Fall Asleep on the Tracks” has conjured up spirits of the past with tales of jilted love, pointed historical commentary, and folks having raucous good time.

With the evocative puberty anthem “Red Ribbon” to the cynical retort of “Your Grand Design” he gets right to the sweet, the sad, and the naughty.

His Hopeless Choir is a revolving door of many talented musicians that give a little to help a lot in lifting up the spirit of his oh-so-spirited music.

From the snow-capped mountains of Oklahoma to the pale-painted deserts of Louisiana – from the coal-firing cost of California to the sweeping serenity of New York City – everyone could use the kind of smile that comes from spending a little time with Brother Billy.

Billy Stobo on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S15.E09 – November 22, 2020
Radio Venice S14.E08 – June 28, 2020
Radio Venice S13.E11 – March 29, 2020
Radio Venice S10.E03 – January 27, 2019
Radio Venice S09.E11 – November 18, 2018
Radio Venice S08.E09 – May 20, 2018
Radio Venice S06.E07 – September 10, 2017
Radio Venice S06.E02 – July 2, 2017
Radio Venice S05.E05 – April 9, 2017
Radio Venice 1 Year Anniversary Show – September 25, 2016
Radio Venice #17 – January 31, 2016
Radio Venice #14 with Spiel – January 10, 2016
Radio Venice #1 – September 20, 2015

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House of Gong


Unique Experience – Sight/Sound Healing Journey…
Discover new dimensions of yourself…
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House of Gong on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S15.E09 – November 22, 2020

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Jaraneh Nova

Jaraneh Nova is an American born songwriter, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist based in Ojai, CA. She has been called the Voice from the Ancestral Well, drawing inspiration from her Native American roots, bringing the essence of Traditional Native American Music and infuses it with modern sound.

Inspired by the pioneers of song and sound. Her artistic journey weaves original music and native heritage into medicine stories that heal and transform. Her lyrics are powerfully born from prayerful states and channeled from ancestral helpers.

Jaraneh Nova on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S15.E09 – November 22, 2020
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PrincessFrank is a singer, multi instrumentalist, “One Man Rock Show”, actor, entertainer and collaborating performer from Los Angeles. He has been a driving force in the LA music scene for 20 years with a firm background in theory and etho-musicology. First studying as a drummer at the award winning Eagle Rock High School Jazz Band, then studying as a music major at Pasadena City Collage under world renowned coronet player Bobbie Bradford (of Ornette Colman and John Carter fame) Here he developed a strong vocal range, sense of timing and experimental confidence. He is known for his entertaining and dynamic performance style and engaging stage presence.

PrincessFrank is originally best known for his work as a band leader and drummer of the massive mobile jazz orchestra KILLSONIC(2000-2013). He lead them through the streets, trains and busses of Los Angeles all the way to the halls of LACMA and campus of UCLA’s Fowler Museum and Royce Hall to the stage of Walt Disney’s REDCAT for the celebrated 2010 experimental opera TONGUES BLOODY TONGES: 11 JULY 1926

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PrincessFrank on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S15.E08 – November 15, 2020

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