This week, I had the opportunity to talk to a member of one of my fave bands! Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of decades, they’re probably one of yours too. I’m talking about none other than Journey and my interview with keyboardist Jonathan Cain was a blast! And the best part is, we can all hear them in person right here in Nashville! The group is performing on the 24th at the TPAC auditorium, a pretty intimate venue for them. Jonathan is such a down-to-earth guy and a very devoted husband and dad. Listen to him and then make sure to get tickets! I’ll see y’all there!
I also had a chance to interview a fantastic children’s author. Jane O’Connor, of the “Fancy Nancy” series, talked with me about what inspires her, her collaboration with her friend and illustrator Robin Preiss Glasser and what it means to be really “fancy”. Check it out!
Well, that’s it for this week. Just remember, there are so many great things to do and experience in Middle Tennessee. So whether it’s a fundraiser, film premiere, book signing or great food, go out and just do it! Have a great week everyone! Ciao!
It’s the beginning of February! Have you started working on your taxes yet? I think I have, but you’d have to ask my significant other to be sure! Every year changes to the tax codes spell confusion for many of us. Last year, I spoke to my friend, Tax Manager Gail Childress from Flood, Bumstead, Mcready & McCarthy. She was so helpful, I thought I’d bring her back in to give everyone some updates. And, lo and behold, there are many new things to know this year. Listen to Gail and then get yourself organized and ready for that deadline!
I love to talk to people who are bold risk-takers, entrepreneurs, creative thinkers. Two friends of mine are embarking on a great venture that is unique yet something we all wish we had: a wife! I wish I’d thought of it! Debra Fish and Terri Bond have started WifeWorks, a business that offers all the services of a really organized, cheerful, guilt-free wife! I could sure use one of those. I talked to Debra and Terri to learn more about their services and they’re making it all work while managing a family of their own.
For families and caregivers of folks with Alzheimer’s or children with Autism, there is so much to do. One of the biggest challenges is when an elderly spouse wanders away from home, or when a youngster dashes away from parents at the park. It’s frightening for everyone, and can sometimes lead to a dangerous situation. There are lots of products on the market to help, but only one that offers a monitoring service. Emfinders has created a small, comfortable wristband that will help you find your loved one in no time. I interviewed Patrice MacAree, CEO of Emfinders to get the scoop! Check him out and if you need more info, you can contact Emfinders.
Well, that’s about it for this week! Coming up this Sunday, I’ll be talking to Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain about the group’s upcoming concert benefiting Franklin Road Academy!