Come join me.
I’ll be a guest on Access Zen, a new Blog Talk Radio Show hosted by Greg Foster.
Date: May12th 2011
Episode Title: “Lowered” Indy rock depths to Forgiveness and Freedom
Pat Parra: Indy rock star rising will be live to perform songs off his stunning new CD “Lowered” featuring the single “forget your love”. Pat will also share his torrential 4 years recording this disc; the pain that inspired it and how his music provides the absolute vulnerability to express and release so that he moves forward in his life. Also joining Pat on the show is an incredible person and artist who does an amazing one woman play called my Brooklyn Hamlet: My Father Killed My Mother and Married My Aunt: Forgiving the Unforgivable. This is her story about love & hate, passion, numbness and how to find joy after you’ve lost everything.
Pat Parra is from San Jose, California; born to a Chilean father and Russian Jewish mother. He has spent most of his life traveling back and forth between California and Chile. He started writing and recording songs when he was sixteen after being grounded for two weeks. His favorite quote at the moment is “The warrior is not about perfection, or victory, or invulnerability – s/he is about absolute vulnerability – that is the only true courage”. “Lowered” represents Pat’s 4th official recording; “Lowered” is currently distributed by Blueberry Hill/My Darling records. Pat Parra’s musical influencesare as diverse and powerful as his new record and include: Slick Rick, Michael Jackson, The Breeders, Thom Yorke, Camp Lo, The Pharcyde, Jeff Buckley, Elliott Smith
Brenda Adelman grew up in Brooklyn with a bohemian artist mother and a Jewish Guido dad. It was an eccentric childhood. Since 2000 Brenda has guided 1000’s of theatre-goers, people in spiritual communities, faculty and students of colleges and high-schools and trainers and survivors in the field of domestic violence in effecting proactive, intentional change. She deeply knows the issues and skills involved in forgiving the unforgivable in order to experience freedom and peace. She has a master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology from The University of Santa Monica, but more than that she has lived the lessons she learned and knows how to teach them to others. She is a trained prayer chaplain and sat on the board of Unity Church of Sedona. Brenda also received a Hero of Forgiveness award in 2008 from the Hawaii International Forgiveness Project