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"Serendipity" by Bisca Rae is a tender and introspective song that beautifully captures the essence of embracing life's inevitable changes and transitions. Originally conceived on Christmas Eve, this heartfelt track marks the first collaborative effort between Bisca Rae and her brother, making it especially meaningful. Written during a period of in…
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"House of Cards" by Raf is a captivating exploration of unbalanced love within a relationship, artfully drawing parallels between the complexities of romance and the strategic nuances of playing card games. Through evocative lyrics and a compelling melody, Raf encapsulates the frustration and vulnerability of revealing one's true self while facing …
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"Unknown" by Aya is a poignant and introspective ballad that delves into the complexities of self-discovery and the painful yet necessary realization that personal growth must precede true love. Written during a moment of clarity, Aya captures the heart-wrenching experience of ending a romantic relationship to focus on cultivating self-worth and se…
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"Broom Song" by Walt Hamburger is a whimsical and heartfelt folk tune that sweeps listeners off their feet with its charming simplicity and endearing lyrics. The song narrates a light-hearted tale of finding joy and purpose in the mundane task of sweeping, transforming it into a metaphor for life's ups and downs. With its catchy melody and relatabl…
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"Diamonds Out of Coal" by Milwaukee native Mathew Haeffel is an uplifting anthem celebrating resilience and the beauty of transformation. With heartfelt lyrics and a melody that radiates warmth, the song captures the essence of finding light in the darkest moments. Haeffel's rich, soulful voice guides listeners on a journey of hope and perseverance…
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When Black neighborhoods in scores of American cities erupted in violence during the summer of 1967, President Lyndon Johnson appointed the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders - informally known as the Kerner Commission - to answer three questions: What happened? Why did it happen? And what could be done to prevent it from happening aga…
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"Picture this: it's the dead of night, and I find myself wandering through a dimly lit room, the air heavy with creative energy. In the corner, a few of my fellow songwriters are huddled together, strumming a melody that seems to have materialized out of the ether. As I join them, the pieces start to fall into place, and within the span of an hour,…
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"Pra Viver" is a heartfelt ode to love, freedom, and the simple joys of life. Sung by Otávio Arcanjo, the song paints a vivid picture of a tranquil getaway to a familiar beachside haven in Bahia. With gentle acoustic melodies and soothing vocals, it captures the essence of relaxation and togetherness. The song invites listeners to escape the chaos …
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"Second Choice" is like a time capsule of college crushes and unspoken feelings. Hyer penned it during those days when emotions were intense, and love felt like a battlefield. It's all about being stuck in the friend zone, feeling like a second choice in someone's romantic drama. But here's the twist—every time Hyer revisits the song, it's like a b…
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"Whatever We Are" is a poignant original song that grapples with the weighty themes of life and death, inspired by the Latin phrase "memento mori" which translates to "remember you will die." Despite its somber origins, the song offers a glimmer of hope and introspection, challenging the notion of death as a finality and inviting listeners to embra…
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Psychotherapist and producer Elizabeth Cramer takes a closer look at grief in this edition of How We Heal. In 2013, Hannah Stonehouse Floberg lost her husband when he drowned in a tragic ice fishing accident. She has since found her passion in helping others through the grief process using her study of thanatology (the death process) in addition to…
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Bisca Rae is a rising singer songwriter based in Milwaukee Wi. Her music walks the line of many genres floating between styles and blending them to create her own distinctive sound. Along with writing melodies and lyrics she executive produces and creative directs all of her work from cover art to music videos. Find more programs at https://www.mil…
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Bisca Rae is a rising singer songwriter based in Milwaukee Wi. Her music walks the line of many genres floating between styles and blending them to create her own distinctive sound. Along with writing melodies and lyrics she executive produces and creative directs all of her work from cover art to music videos. Her music speaks to a uniquely female…
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"Souvenir" is more than just a song—it's a journey through memories, a melody that whispers of moments cherished and dreams woven. With its enchanting harmonies and poignant lyrics, "Souvenir" invites you to wander through the corridors of nostalgia, where every note is a keepsake and every verse a story waiting to be told. Let the music embrace yo…
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On a wonderful musical journey, creating, sharing, and loving every second. Constantly searching for company to come along, or stay for now, the space is always open. “If you can’t perform, then create. If you can’t create, then listen. If you can’t listen then feel, but whatever you do, keep music in your life.” -RAF Find more programs at https://…
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Written during a period of intense introspection, this song captures the essence of feeling overwhelmed by external pressures and the relentless chatter of inner critics. Through haunting melodies and poignant lyrics, *aya paints a vivid picture of the struggle between wanting to satisfy others and the need for inner peace. The voices in the artist…
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Be sure and return tomorrow to Meet The Artist known as *aya, a 21-year-old, Milwaukee-based, Palestinian singer/songwriter who isn't confined by genre. With the ability to move from hyperpop to indie to neo-soul, the constant is their jazz-leaning vocal approach. Inspired by artists like Jill Scott, Ari Lennox, Faye Webster and even Outkast, *aya'…
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This song is a departure from Walt's usual melancholic tunes. It's a love song inspired by a pivotal moment in his life. Meeting his girlfriend for the first time. I remember vividly the night of our first date, it was one of those moments where everything seemed to align, and I knew she was someone special. I struggle to articulate it without soun…
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Walt has been described as an entertainer. He brings the energy and humor associated with years in the punk rock scene to his acoustic performances. Walt's songs range from heart-felt ballads to rock 'n roll and everything in between. He will always engage with the crowd, especially during his set. In 2014, Walt's popularity increased significantly…
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"Going Down" is dedicated to a friend of mine that I lost. Its really about untreated mental health issues and substance abuse disorder and where it can take people if they're not getting the right support or love or encouragement. I think that it is important to advocate for mental health issues and substance abuse disorders. I think that mental h…
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Liv Mueller is a songstress who has lived in the likes of Nashville, Austin & the fine Midwest. Her Vocals are a beautiful combination of sparkle & smoke, taking any listener to another time. In the last several years however, Liv prefers to play solo, releasing now two records. The first solo release entitled 'LIV SINGS' Love Songs For The Forlorn…
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Mathew writes a little abstract. "It kind of comes from the subconscious, an idea will pop up, a turn of phrase that you say." In this song Mathew focuses on the reason for living. "To grow old. That was the impetus to the song which I felt embodied kind of, a live in the present moment kind of thing." Find more programs at https://www.milwaukeepbs…
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Mathew Haeffel is a songsmith working in the medium of vocals on guitar to create original music composed of pensive lyrics with alluring rhythmic foundations. "Groove-oriented improvisational-minded with a smattering of world music flavors" Find more programs at https://www.milwaukeepbs.org/streamAutor: Milwaukee PBS
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In this program for Valentine's Day, Day of Love and Friendship, we talk with Mariana Rodríguez, the director of the Latina Resource Center, a UMOS program that helps victims of domestic violence. Domestic violence occurs between couples of all races and does not distinguish economic or educational levels. En este programa por el día de San Valentí…
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