To start the day …. “Sergio George’s Salsa Giants ….”Bajo La Tormenta”!!


~~September 10, 2015~~ 


Sergio George came out with the Salsa Giants new song “Bajo la Tormenta” which brings a positive and uplifting message along with very danceable Salsa music.

Super producer Sergio George and his collective of living legends, the Salsa Giants, have just released their new single “Bajo La Tormenta” which features Oscar D’Leon, Tito Nieves, Jose Alberto “El Canario,” India, Ismael Miranda, Andy Montañez, Cheo Feliciano and Willy Chirino.

About Sergio George

Over the course of his illustrious career eleven time Grammy® Award Winner Sergio George has established himself as a leading producer in the Latin music genre, with over 200 million album credits as either a producer, pianist or composer.

After having worked with and helped guide the careers of artists like Marc Anthony, Christina Aguilera, Tito Nieves, Victor Manuelle, Tito Puente, Orquesta de La Luz de Japón and Jennifer Lopez to name a few, George is now the CEO of Top Stop Music, a label nurturing the success of future superstars Prince Royce and Leslie Grace.



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The main message of the new single “Bajo la Tormenta” is to keep a positive attitude under stormy unfavorable circumstances. I think this is very timely as many Latin American countries like Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and many others are going through some of the hardest economic times of recent memory.

Along with the positive attitude message of the song, Sergio George adds powerful Salsa music that incites to dance with its catchy swing and lyrics. The 8 Salsa Giants singers do the rest with great singing and “soneos” that reflect the happy and positive theme of this Salsa music hit.

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”

Salsa Giants Release Positive New Song


As many well know, Puerto Rico is going through rough times economically, politically and socially.

This is a time for great change and change brings questions and doubts about the unknown.

The spirit of the Puerto Rican people is noble, strong, stoic and always present.

It will never be defeated.

“Las cosas están malas …. el que quiere encuentra”



~~Bajo la Tormenta~~

Sergio George’s Salsa Giants

~~Published on Apr 15, 2014~~

Music video by Sergio George’s Salsa Giants performing Bajo la Tormenta. (C) 2014 Top Stop Music


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At the end of the day …. “Noah & Sharna’s Paso Doble – Judge’s Choice”!!


~~May  13, 2015~~ 

Choice round of the Semi-Finals .. Judge’s Choice


The remaining four dancing couples of Dancing With The Stars Season 20 performed for votes. Each couple performed two routines — one with the Judges’ Choice and a second routine.

For the Judges’ Choice round, each of the judges will be assigned to a couple to coach for one dance, choosing their song, dance style and overall creativity.

Noah and Sharna worked with Carrie Ann …. and they did a magnificent job.


The judge, Carrie Ann, intended to mirror Noah’s journey from wartime injury to recovery, and ultimately, performing on DWTS.

Julianne Hough calls it Noah’s best dance yet, and Noah and Sharna earned a Perfect 30.

From Week 9 of the 2015 season of Dancing with the Stars.



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Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess with Carrie Ann

Paso Doble


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~Noah & Sharna’s Paso Doble~~

Judge’s Choice

~~Published on May 11, 2015~~

Noah Galloway & Sharna Burgess dance the Paso Doble to “Unstoppable” by E.S. Posthumous on Dancing With the Stars’ Semi-Finals Night!


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To start the day …. “Dancing with the Muse”!!

~~November 20, 2014~~ 


What inspires you? It’s a “movement” within, a powerful need to express what is inside. It can be anything: words, music, thoughts, ideas … dance.

You can’t keep it in. It’s a necessity for let it free. Let the muse inspire you … 

Go ahead! 


The Muses in Greek mythology, poetry and literature, are the goddesses of the inspiration of literature, science and the arts. They were considered the source of the knowledge, related orally for centuries in the ancient culture, that was contained in poetic lyrics and myths.

The Muses, the personification of knowledge and the arts, especially literature, dance and music, are the nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (who was memory personified). Sometimes they are referred to as water nymphs, associated with the springs of Helicon and with Pieris.

“As it appears in …. “



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~~Dancing With The Muse~~

~~Published on Feb 15, 2014~~



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At the end of the day …. “Bandaloops Crossings”!!

~~November 4, 2014~~

This performance art group is known for works that marry modern dance, rock climbing, culture, and celebration.

Under the artistic direction of Amelia Rudolph, the dancers, climbers and riggers of Project Bandaloop, based in Oakland, California, collaborate to create a blend of dance, sport, ritual, and environmental awareness.


Their work explores the boundaries of dance and performance and seeks to honor nature, community, and the human spirit through their art. Inspired by the possibilities of climbing and rappelling, Project Bandaloop’s choreography relies on aerial, vertical and horizontal movement to craft site-specific dances. The group’s work marries modern dance and rock climbing, culture and nature, mortality and celebration.

The challenge of performing in a wide variety of venues — ranging from urban towers and skyscrapers to fields filled with boulders and large granite cliffs — helps free both the dance and dance space from convention. Bandaloop has performed site-specific works at the New York Stock Exchange, San Francisco Airport, and Yosemite National Park, as well as at traditional theaters in San Francisco, Boston, Buenos Aires, Portugal, and Canada.

For its Kennedy Center debut, Bandaloop will perform the Washington, D.C. premiere of Crossing: Stories of Gravity and Transformation, a new work that integrates images and stories of crossing the Sierra Nevada range, one of the company’s site-specific installations.



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~~”Crossing” by BANDALOOP~~

~~Published on Oct 13, 2014~~

BANDALOOP is returning to its mountain roots. We are re-staging “Crossing,” a wilderness performance in one of the Sierra Nevada’s most rugged, remote locations in the Yosemite high country.

Crossing” is historically significant within the cannon of American dance, challenging the boundaries of site-specific performance. Transporting the aesthetic of dancing remotely in fragile landscapes back to the urban, we will bring this work to large and diverse audiences both online and through live multi-media performance.

Amelia Rudolph originally created “Crossing” in 2001, performed over 18 days, across 78 miles and on a 1200 foot cliff. A literal crossing of the Sierra mountain range as performance, these dances were filmed and incorporated into an evening-length theater work performed in San Francisco, China and at the Kennedy Center.

The original work was featured on 20/20 and in the New York Times Magazine.


~~Bandaloop defies gravity at FirstWorks arts festival~~

~Published on Sep 28, 2012~

Bandaloop performs on and off the vertical wall of the 30 story, 413 feet high building of One Financial Plaza, on Kennedy Plaza. The California- based dance troupe brings a slow-motion elegance to the dreamscape over our heads. The performances at 7:30 and 9:30 pm, on Saturday September 29, with a dress rehearsal at 6 pm are presented by Providence FirstWorks as part of this years FirstWorks Festival.


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Angelika’s Songs … “Go”, McClain Sisters!!


~~August 31, 2014~~ 

This is Angelika, my oldest grand-daughter, you may have seen her here a few times. She is 9 years old.

She loves music, as much as I do. She’s been keeping me up to date with some of the new songs that are coming out. She knows the songs but doesn’t know the performer most of the time. I’ve trying to teach her it’s important to also know who is singing. Very frequently, we use the “Shazam” app to identify the singer/band. 


I created this series: Angelika’s Songs  to post here the new songs that she teaches me about.

Angelika had a wonderful summer. She traveled up north, spent some days enjoying the sun. Now it’s time to go back to school. 

She’s given me a list of new songs. Might as well get started. She’s always asking now: “Have you done the song I told you about?”

So, here goes one of the songs in her ever growing list!! 


“As it appears in …. “

McClain (formely 3McClainGirls and McClain Sisters) is an American Pop and R&B girl group. Formed in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, in 2004, the group consists of sisters China Anne McClain, Sierra McClain, and Lauryn McClain.

They signed with Hollywood and released the debut single “Go” November 2, 2012.


~~Beginning and name changes~~

Sierra Aylina, Lauryn Alisa and China Anne McClain grew up watching Disney films such as Pocahontas and musical classics such as The Wiz, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and Annie. In 2004 the sisters became interested in music when they watched their father write and produce songs.

Soon after, the girls began to write songs, choreograph and dance. In 2005 the sisters were discovered as actresses by a music executive who heard them sing and encouraged director Rob Hardy to audition China for his 2005 feature film The Gospel alongside Boris Kodjoe and Idris Elba. China played the character Alexis and her sisters were in the supporting cast.

Also in 2005, the sisters became more serious about a musical career and formed their first group, the 3McClainGirls. They recorded their first song, “Silly Games”. The song was produced by Michael McClain and Larry Nix and written by Shontell McClain. In 2006 China joined the main cast of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne and Sierra made guest appearances. In 2007 the group starred in the comedy film Daddy’s Little Girls as the James sisters. In 2008 the group recorded the song “Daddy’s Girls”, inspired by the movie, and released it exclusively on Myspace. In 2009 and 2010 the 3McClainGirls didn’t work as a group, because Sierra and China were focusing on acting careers.


~~Go – Music Video – McClain Sisters~~

~A.N.T. Farm – Disney Channel Official~

~Published on Nov 20, 2012~

The McClain Sisters perform Go on A.N.T. Farm!

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Religions …. different yet all the same!!


~~July 24, 2014~~ 

religion is an organized collection of beliefscultural systems, and world views that relate humanity to an order of existence.

Many religions may have organized behaviors, clergy, a definition of what constitutes adherence or membership, holy places, and scriptures. The practice of a religion may also include rituals, sermons, commemoration or veneration of a deity, gods or goddesses, sacrifices, festivals, feasts, trance, initiations, funerary services, matrimonial services, meditation, prayer, music, art, dance, public service or other aspects of human culture. Religions may also contain mythology.

The word religion is sometimes used interchangeably with faith, belief system or sometimes set of duties; however, in the words of Émile Durkheim, religion differs from private belief in that it is “something eminently social”.

Many religions may have organized behaviorsclergy, a definition of what constitutes adherence or membership, holy places, and scriptures. The practice of a religion may also include ritualssermons, commemoration or veneration of a deitygods or goddessessacrificesfestivalsfeaststranceinitiationsfunerary services.



Those we follow today, in all the different religions have one main “representative”: Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad.

They were all teachers who taught love.


What has happened to that teaching? 

In my humble opinion, it has been distorted and has become a weapon. A weapon of fear, control, stature in society. The main values have been lost.

Where is the love? Where is “do unto others”?

We ALL are connected through HUMANITY!! 


~~What is religion?~~

~~Uploaded on Nov 1, 2011~~

Defining religion and also explaining why Christianity is a religion.


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~~Losing My Religion~~

(Piano instrumental cover)

Steinar Vindeval

~~Published on Jul 18, 2013~~