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Musical Play Highlights A Mother & Daughters Relationship through Dementia

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My Mother Has 4 Noses Is Back!

Musical Play – One Daughter’s Story of Life with Her Mother Who Has Dementia

Lori La Bey host of Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio interviews Jonatha Brooke, a highly acclaimed singer/songwriter with 4 major label releases, and 9 CDs on her own label, Bad Dog Records.  She has written for film, including Disney’s Peter Pan and Tinkerbell series; TV, including the theme for Joss Whedan’s  Dollhouse; and for other artists – Katy Perry, Madeleine Peyroux, Lizz Wright, Joe Sample.

The interview will focus on Jonatha’s 2014, One-Woman Musical, My Mother Has 4 Noses, which played Off Broadway at the Duke Theater. It was a Critic’s picks in the NY Times, and NY Post and ran for 3 months.  La Bey has personally seen the show several times, with a variety of friends and associates.  Each time, La Bey has been so impressed with the beautiful storyline highlighted through gorgeous music, which allows the audience laugh and cry together, removing the isolation dementia can create.

 Contact Information for Jonatha Brooke

jonathabrooke.com     jungletheater.com       4noses.org

jonathabrooke/facebook.com

  

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Deadline March 2nd, 2018

Whether you are simply fascinated by the wonders of the brain or have a personal story to tell about you or a loved one living with brain disease, we want to hear from you! Your story could inspire others and help raise awareness of the need for more funding for research into cures. Submit a video to the 2018 Neuro Film Festival by March 2.            

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Four Categories…Four Chances to Win!

One Grand Prize winning video from each of the following categories will receive $1,000:

1.            “Why I think Neuroscience Is… Cool”—Tell us why the brain is fascinating (for students ages 13-17 only)

2.            “Why I think Neuroscience Is… Rewarding”—Tell us how discovery opens doors (for college students, medical school students, neurology residents)

3.            “Why I think Neuroscience Is… Essential”—Tell us why research is key (for families, patients, neurologists)

4.            “Why I think Neuroscience Is… Critical”—Tell us why advocacy makes an impact (for advocates, neurologists, neurology professionals, government, patient groups, families)

Visit Neurofilmfestival.com to learn more about the contest, get inspiration for topics within each category, and submit your entry today!

 

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Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Rescheduled Show With Nashville Recording Artist Jill Miller

Nashville Recording Artist Jill Miller

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Joins Lori La Bey on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

Friday, Aug. 7th, 2015
11am EST, 10am CST, 9am MST, 8am PST and 4pm London time

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Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio is here to raise everyone’s voice regarding dementia.  Join the conversation by calling in to the number above when we are live or use the chat box to ask a question or make a comment.  (714) 364-4757

Today we will hear from Nashville recording artist Jill Miller, who has written a couple of beautiful songs reflecting her personal journey with her father and his dementia.  In addition to being a singer and song writer, Jill is also a speaker and author.

Website – www.jillmillermusic.com

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jill-Miller/131384490296213

Twitter – @jillmillermusic

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