Rebecca Sounds Reveille with Samuel Whitehill, Gina Franklin, and MarCee Reimbold

This exciting double packed feature is gonna dazzle you and bring a solution to breast scar rejuvenation. One the first episode, guest star Samuel Whitehill, a former Texas lawyer and current actor (you may know him from, “Rolling in the Deep”), delights the audience with how he got in to show business and became a nominee for “Best Actor in a Supporting Role” in a short film, along with additional achievements to include eight ensemble awards. Having shifted to full-time acting, he has secured principal roles in 160, yes 160, films, along with commercials, music videos, and TV shows. His roles have been quite versatile and you will be able to hear the passion about the roles as he shares about these experiences. You will benefit from what is discussed in this episode while gaining a new connection! Just tune-in to see!!! P.S. Drum-roll, please! Samuel speaks English, Spanish, and Hebrew. He has published four books of original Hebrew poetry in Israel, where he is known as Robert Whitehill-Bashan.

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On the second episode, Gina Franklin, CEO of Generation Skin LLC, and co-founder, MarCee Reimbold, introduce a new product that was designed and created for women called, “Sunset Bloom.” It is a “Universal Breast Scar Rejuvenation Patch.” Leaving her with scars after a second surgery, Gina shares details about the complications from a lift/augmentation breast procedure that she had done. After both surgeries, she attempted to diminish the scars with various remedies to no avail. Her doctor recommended silicone bandages, as there was nothing on the market for post-surgical breast procedures (with exception to sheeting online or tiny 1” inch bandages from the local drug store with a huge mark up). This led her to find a solution that would address the effects women face across the globe when faced with similar circumstances. Both Gina and MarCee felt the gusto to empower women and free them from the visible scars that societal beliefs project as an imperfect person. Thus, the company began. The focus of this entire episode is for you to regain your own belief in the beauty of “you!” You will see the many sides of the discussion that will encourage and motivate you or someone you may know from such an invigorating talk!

Rebecca Sounds Reveille with Richard Karn and Corey and Austin Foxx

This is a dynamic double feature bringing you insight and joy kicking off with the famous Richard Karn, who is known for his character as “Al Borland” on the television series “Home Improvement” with Tim Allen! Richard has a very colorful palette of film experience with 11 feature films, several television series’ and made-for-tv movies, and has performed in a number of off-Broadway productions. On this episode, he shares many details about life behind the camera and allows the audience to connect with him on a more intimate level.

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Bam! Shaazam! The second episode bursts with the father-son duo of Corey and Austin Foxx. Corey is known for his roles in “The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle,” “The Majestic”, and “Amhurst” and is not only an actor but is also a producer. He is quite an influence as his son, Austin Foxx is an 11-year-old actor and director, known for,“Mom”, “Eli” and “Three Aprils in March.” There is a lot of joy and laughter on this episode as the duo talk about life in entertainment and what it takes to pursue it. You will be amazed at what you will hear!

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Singer/Songwriter Kyle Motsinger Releases Highly Anticipated New Single “Love On Each Other”

Kyle Motsinger has just released his highly anticipated new single “Love On Each Other,” the follow up to his successful hit “Dark Shadows.”

Kyle Motsinger is a NYC singer/songwriter living in NYC who writes theatrical pop/rock music. His new single “Love On Each Other” is the first single from his upcoming sophomore album that will be released this winter.

Notes on the new single in the words of the singer himself, Kyle Motsinger:

In dark times we need to ‘Love on Each Other’ in order to get through. The concept of my new single isn’t new. It’s been echoed in many songs including a very famous one I happen to reference in mine. So why do we have to keep saying it? Why did I write yet another song about spreading love? Well, unfortunately there seems to be a lack of it in the world right now. Fear drives people to lash out at those who are different. Crowds are chanting against immigrants and transgender people are being murdered in the streets. Every day I’m alarmed at the injustices that are being committed. There’s an imbalance of hate over love.

The title of the song came from a Facebook post by my friend and fellow artist Colleen Harris. She was upset over one of the many horrible news stories we’ve seen in the last few years. She said we needed to ‘Love on Each Other’ and the gears in my head immediately started turning. I felt inspired to write this new song in hopes that it would inspire everyone like Colleen’s post had inspired me. I wanted to make it as fun and bubbly as I could. I wanted to bring positivity and spread love with it. I blended the kind of styles of pop together that made me smile and that’s how the sound was created. I worked with producer and fellow singer/songwriter Corey Tut to refine the track and record my vocals. Mark Hartman, who arranged brass for my song ‘War on Christmas,’ wrote the violin parts that gave it a disco flair! It’s a sneak peak of the more upbeat sound I’m cultivating for my Sophomore album that will be released this winter! I hope everyone takes away from the song that we have the power to change the world if we open our hearts and “Love on Each Other!”

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Rebecca Sounds Reveille with Louise Palanker and Kennedy Phillips

This double packed feature brings you two incredibly talented guests who will not only pique your curiosity further but are sure to wow you! Louise Palanker is the guest on the first episode and is a writer, producer, director, comedian, filmmaker, photographer, songwriter, tv talk show host, teacher, drummer co-founder of “Premiere Radio Networks” that has become a division of “I Heart Media.” She created an in-depth documentary, “Family Band: The Cowsill Story,” which appeared on Showtime for two years and is now available on Amazon Prime. She described how this film was so compelling and how the famous family exemplifies an average family. She also has a documentary short about a 97-year-old artist, called, ”Margaret Singer: Seeking Light” about a woman who escaped the Holocaust who didn’t follow the norms for a woman and was an inspirational freethinker. In addition to the capturing life on film, Louise writes a weekly advice column and founded the advice app and podcast “Journals Out Loud” that brings life out through visual context. With all of this, one could expect that the other sense, auditory life touching, would be something Louise extended her help and growth reach to others. And that, she does! Louise hosts a podcast called, “Things I Found Online” that features guests who share the internet through their own eyes. Meaning how the internet is viewed differently by different people and how is it presented by these people to the world. Her show brings a with it co-hosts Joe Cipriano, Larry Morgan and Lisa Arch who light up conversations and bring insight into topics with perspectives you may not have thought of. and

In the second episode guest Kennedy Phillips who is a voice-actor- and the creator of, “Magus Elgar” an audio drama, prides himself to adhering to a “higher standard of nonsense and tomfoolery” and says, “Just because you have something ridiculous or silly to present to the world doesn’t mean the execution can be anything but professional.” He spends the majority of time in Post Production and holds an M.F.A. in Film Production and a B.F.A in Cinema Studies with a Minor in Creative Writing. Kennedy has worked with companies such as DreamworksTV, the Jim Henson Company, Ubisoft, and Melodygun. All of his work is now under the name of his personal company: Gale Dramatis LLC. Kennedy shares the passion of the audio fantasy comedy of Magus Elgar, an 11 episode audio drama with a full cast of characters for those from say 12-35 on up. The entire series is composed in theatrical quality sound design and pulse-pounding music that will capture your attention and ignite your imagination, taking your mind to its own theater. The story takes the listener to the magical world of Hearth, where learning magic is as dangerous as it is exciting! Magus Elgar is one of the finest Casters out there and with luck, he just might finally have a student that lives through the lessons!Join Magus Elgar and the Magical Anomaly Inter-dimensional Locators (M.A.I.L) as they search the world for Scientific Tools Augmented with Magical Power (S.T.A.M.P.s), encountering animated chicken nuggets, crazy wizards, giant goo monsters, and a cornucopia of puns along the way. With luck, they’ll find a way to diffuse these dangerous artifacts before all of reality is ripped apart, or at least be there with a bag of popcorn when it happens! Kennedy has a unique ability to bring script to life through his voice and will leave the audience awestruck with the dynamic range of voice-acting he can do! and

Rebecca Sounds Reveille with Mike Provenzano and Marc Cashman

This episode of Rebecca Sounds Reveille with is a whopper you don’t wanna miss! There are two incredibly hot guests you are sure to find fascinating and will not only want to get to know more but also connect with. One the first how in this double-header is Mike Provenzano, who is an Actor, Model, Voice Over Artist, Singer, Camera Operator, TV Presenter, Radio Presenter, and a Father of 4, who has been quite noticed for his role in “Cage the Bear – The Black Bang.” The focus of the film is about hackers who join forces with aliens to take on Russian terrorists and Mikeplays the role of a Government Agent. However, this is not the only noteworthy performance of Mike’s career in acting, he was also in a short film called, “Tit for Tat,” where the plot encompasses the challenges that can occur from concussions. Mike was cast as an emotionally elusive NFL Commissioner and the film received a nomination for “Best Dramatic Short Film” at the “Art is Alive Film Festival” in 2017. Another film, “A Crime To Remember,” earned an Emmy Award, whereby Mike performed as a police officer and the show was broadcast on Investigation Discovery as a crime-drama series. Mike has three additional movie’s he will talk about on the show, “No Way Out,” “Catcalling Man,” and Project TimeJump and the teaser for this… “What if you wake up one day, and everyone is gone?” This is yet another one to place on your “Movies To See” checklist! Finally, drum roll, please… Mike is set to star in the series pilot, “The Door,” in which he will be playing a police detective. Marc Cashman is President and Creative Director of “Cashman Commercials” in Los Angeles, California, and is thee master in Voice-Acting. From creating and producing copy to music advertising for radio and television and internet, he is one of the leading experts even celebrities seek to sharpen their skills. He is the author of one of the top-selling books on voice-acting, “V-Oh! Tips, Tricks, Tools, and Techniques to Start and Sustain Your Voiceover Career.” He has received over 150 advertising awards, including the prestigious CLIO, and voted one of the “Best Voices of the Year” three times by AudioFile Magazine. Marc is also a veteran voice actor with over 40 years of studio experience in radio, television and internet commercials, foreign film dubbing, animated series, video games, and over 150 audiobooks. He is currently represented by numerous talent agencies around the country and believes passionately in voice acting. So much so, he also instructs students at the California Institute of the Arts, as well as, his own illustrious (for those learning at all levels) “The Cashman Cache of Voice-Acting Techniques” classes at “Cashman Commercials.” Impressive and encouragingly, the classes he offers can be taken in-studio and or even online. Marc hosts, “Fly on the Wall,” invitations for those who would like to see what the class is like before fully diving in. This entails registering for a one-day sit-in live or online class. The script is available to the attendees for the specific registered class.You can receive newsletters from Marc, connect to online columns, such as, “Ask The VoiceCat” for and, to glean some of his expertise or see him as a or request him to be a guest speaker at Advertising Clubs and Broadcasters Associations throughout the U.S. and other countries. Wait until you hear what this incredible man has to share about his journey on the vocal chord, those he has coached, and the opportunity that might just ignite a fire in you!

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