Tuesday, March 4, 2014

March 3, 2014: What Does It Take to Become a Superstar?

When MK Nobilette decided to audition for American Idol, her moms, Mindy Spatt and Laurie Nobilette, didn't know how their lives were about to change.  Laurie Nobilette talks about the demands of helping a kid make it to the top, MK's coming out story, and what will help her win it all.

Listen to or download the interview (11:56):

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MK's a Bay Area girl, graduate of School of the Arts and former performer at the SF Dyke March.  It's up to us to help keep her in the competition.  Here's how!

Emily Yates is on a different path to stardom, but she knows it's gonna come.  Emily's an Iraq War Veteran Against War and former UC Berkeley student.  She wanted to be a journalist until she spent a few years writing for the US military from Iraq. Now she wants to use music to spread her antiwar message with humor and a touch of raunchiness.

In this segment, she sings "Talkin' National Park Service Beat My Ass Black and Blues" and another song from her forthcoming album, Folk In Your Face.

Listen or download (15:55)

Also on this show:  On International Women's Day, Gaza Women Say End the Siege
On International Women's Day, Gaza Women Say End the Siege! - See more at: http://kpfawomensmag.blogspot.com/2014/03/march-3-2014-on-international-womens.html#sthash.zZCat5DV.dpuf

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