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September 18th 2013:The Power of Music to Heal, Uplift, and Soothe Our Souls

New thought musicians, Sharon and Shelly, share their story of spiritual transformation and two songs from their newest CD, In the Spirit (available Sept 2013), to suggest a positive way to live. Coming from two different backgrounds, these artists found common ground writing and performing music that matters. The featured songs--Walking in the Spirit and Calm and Clear--deal with suffering, death, faith, mystical understanding, affirmations, miracles, loving kindness, gratitude and determination. Visit Sharon and Shelly to learn more.

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Sharon Rae

Through her work as a professional singer, entertainer, and recording artist, Sharon Rae creates music to awaken and move the spirit. Sharon grew up in poverty and experienced discrimination, sexual and emotional abuse. At 12, she ran away and lived on the streets. She was sexually exploited and became addicted to alcohol and drugs. At 15, Sharon knew she had natural musical talent and found work in bands as a legit singer. Singing became a way to express her pain and anger. She moved to Europe where she became a street performer and a gypsy. While there, she was read the I-Ching and told that her father, who had abandoned the family when she was a baby, was at the root of her suffering. She
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Shelly Davis

Shelly Davis is a spiritual keyboard artist, living a blessed life, grateful to receive and share the infinite love available to all. He and his wife Sharon Rae, vocalist, write and perform songs of amazement, contemplation and encouragement and are music directors at Unity of Littleton in Colorado. Attracted to the metaphysical in his teens, Shelly found his connection to spirit through jazz improvisation and religious wisdom. Leaving the city after 5 years as an original member of a million selling pop group, he moved to 200 acres of Tennessee hills with close friends to create a different way of life. He returned to the marketplace 3 years later, forming jazz and original bands based in K
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