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"Celebrity Souls Speak With Brian and Rene' Conversations With the Otherside" features interviews and storytelling with celebrities who have died to tell. Brian White is a veteran of the airwaves, spending over 50 years as a radio personality, program director, and music director, working all over the country at some of the top radio stations. A music historian, Brian shares his knowledge of music and artists starting in the 1950s with The Dominoes to the present day. Brian has a loyal follo ...
 
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The world got lucky when Eddie Mahoney decided to change his career from police officer to rockstar. He changed his name to Money when he moved to California to start his music career. His advice for us.... RWhat advice do you have for us still here? EThe problem with advice is that most of the time people don’t take it. You are all on your own jou…
 
"I did see my body from the ceiling and it took a moment for it to sink in that I was dead. But I wasn’t dead. If I was dead, we wouldn’t be talking now, would we?" Lucille Ball.
 
George Michael had his share of drama. His life was far from ordinary, right up to his death, which was on Christmas Eve alone at home in bed.
 
There will be many that don't know Randy Rhoads. He passed over in 1982, only 25 years old. His death was tragic, he and two others were killed in a fiery plane crash. Randy was a classically trained guitarist who started the first metal band to have an album on Billboard. That band was Quiet Riot and Randy was only 16.…
 
I hope that people are really listening to these messages from the Otherside. We are trying to build a communication between this realm and ours so those crossed over, ascended souls, still have the opportunity to communicate with us. There are many misunderstandings about this journey we are on. By speaking with those who have experienced this lif…
 
Speaking with those who passed at their own hand, it's sometimes hard to remember that they didn't know much about our real-life as souls before they ended their lives here, they thought THIS was their life and there was no way out of where they were in their head. Everything is so clear to them now. I can speak to this with personal experience as …
 
This guy has a set of pipes. I always sing along to Linkin Park songs. Hear that screeching? Sorry Chester, I'm no Chester Bennington. Suicide is common amongst celebrities. That's very sad because if THEY weren't happy and had everything, what chance do I have? I'll tell you, this is my opinion: It's not what you have, it's how you feel about your…
 
This is our 4th of July salute to the American Spirit. Pun intended. At the start of this interview with President Abraham Lincoln, we were joined by two very special guests, Jimi Hendrix and Francis Scott Key, whose places in history although very different, are very alike as well. Francis Scott Key, who penned "The Star-Spangled Banner" in 1814 a…
 
This episode of Celebrity Souls Speak is dedicated to all those who have had or are suffering from CTE, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. I spoke with 4 souls on this subject: Paul Allen, who is co-founder of Microsoft along with Bill Gates; Dave Durian, who is a legend in Baltimore radio, having worked at WBAL for many years; Aaron Hernandez and J…
 
What do you say to someone who changed the world? Hey, you got any ideas I can use? LOL, well I didn't ask that. Note for next interview..... Listen up to me and Steve Jobs. OHWOWOHWOWOHWOW.โดย Brian White and Rene' Leister
 
The Chairman and Mr. Mojo together from the Otherside. What a fun interview. They didn't play together in this life but they are going to jam where they are now. Maybe someday we will be able to hear the "music" they make in that dimension here on Earth.โดย Brian White and Rene' Leister
 
Quoth the Raven "Nevermore." As a girl from Baltimore, I know who Edgar Allan Poe is. Passing by his house would make the hair on the back of my neck stand up. So when he came to me in 2019 and asked if I would write with him, I was shocked. Who? Me? This was the first touch of the Universe awakening the psychic ability that I have always had and d…
 
Nikola Tesla. Who is he and what is his place in history? Did you have to Google to answer this question? Listen.โดย Brian White and Rene' Leister
 
I was 7 years old when President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated. I was walking home with a group of friends and one of the older kids told us that Kennedy was dead. We had a picture of him in our den. I wasn't really sure about his place in my life but I knew he was important to my parents, they cried when they took that picture down. I u…
 
Sometimes there is synchronicity among certain people. Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker along with Eric Clapton (still here right now) formed a band and called it Cream. They all didn't know each other well. Ginger and Eric knew each other but not Jack, Jack was the wild card. In 1966, Cream became the world's first supergroup. And in 1968 they quit. To…
 
I was delighted when Princess Diana accepted my invitation to speak with her. I found her "soul personality" to be kind and caring. Like most of the souls I speak with, Diana is still helping those of us here navigate this game called life. We had a conversation about "soul teaching," and the lack of open conversation about this part of us. Why? Wh…
 
WAKE UP WORLD!! That's basically the message that the celebrity souls are trying to relay to us. In this episode, Rene' poses the question: What's Your Message To Mankind In This New Word? The following souls responded in this episode: John Lennon Ginger Baker Jack Bruce Jim Morrison George Harrison Whitney Houston Lucille Ball Davy Jones Tom Petty…
 
Glen Campbell died twice. When he was a toddler, he drowned while swimming and was revived by his brother. Glen went on to become one of the most respected musicians in our generation. He shares his experience with Alzheimer's and his eventual death to help those here realize that there is nothing to fear in dying, our soul moves into the next dime…
 
Patrick Swayze. For several years the Dirty Dancing poster hung prominently in my daughter's room. We all loved him. He could sing, dance and act. He was a handsome cut of man. Then along came "Ghost." Tell me you didn't want to go buy a pottery wheel. Patrick shares some insights from his place now on the otherside.…
 
Our first celebrity interview, John F. Kennedy, Jr. speaks with Rene' and Brian. Rene's note: This was not a planned interview. (I usually do a little research so I can come up with questions that are pertinent.) John came to me to find out what we're doing, he had heard good things about the podcast. I froze. Up to this point I had been the initia…
 
Keith Moon, the colorful drummer of The Who, talks with us about his life here and his life now there. Listen to find out his role in naming Led Zeppelin. Rene's note: Keith is one confusing guy. If I didn't know about the wildman craziness he busted out with at times, I would never believe it. Did you hear the story about him and Steve McQueen, hi…
 
Our first episode of season 2 is Prince, the artist who started it all. Brian's note: During my first communication with the other side, I was talking to family and friends when Prince stopped by to thank me for my help in getting started. I was a music director in Detroit at this time and I liked the music of the young artist named Prince, so I pl…
 
Rene' and Brian give us a little history lesson, their history that is. Rene's notes: We realized we had never told you about us or how the podcast came about. Well, here it is, each of us gives you the skinny on who we are and what we are doing. Check out Rene's blog https://commoncentsinwilmingtonnc.blogspot.com/…
 
Tom Petty tells Rene' and Brian about his passing over experience. Rene's notes: You can't hide from the "otherside." Tom Petty knew that I was not a fan of his in my younger days. I was shocked. They know everything. Better watch what you say, never know who's listening. Check out Rene's blog https://commoncentsinwilmingtonnc.blogspot.com/…
 
Jimi Hendrix stops by to talk with Rene' and Brian. Rene' talks a lot about her personal life. We don't follow the rules of proper podcasting, we just have a conversation. Rene's note: Oh brother, I am just trying to help listeners get to know us. For instance, I'm from Linthicum Heights Maryland. What if someone from there happens upon this site, …
 
Rene' and Brian have a conversation with Casey Kasem. Brian's note: Casey Kasem is one of the people who influenced my interest in music and radio. As a kid in LA, I listened to Casey when he was at KRLA. I can't tell you how it felt to actually speak with this soul, someone who I've admired my whole life. And then to have him say he regularly visi…
 
Rene', Brian and PigPen have a great discussion about life. And 5-hour concerts. Brian's note: Boy, Pig Pen has done some deep thinking during his time on the otherside. This is the kind of interview that really gets you thinking. Check out Rene's blog https://commoncentsinwilmingtonnc.blogspot.com/โดย Rene' and Brian/Pig Pen (Ron McKernan)
 
Listen in on the conversation between Ritchie, Rene' and Brian. Rene's note: Well, really Ritchie and Brian. It's nice to see the souls that Brian has admired throughout his life are aware of that admiration and have come forward to send him some love. Ritchie was a big influence on Brian's musical taste, he admired him from a young age. And speaki…
 
The "King of Pop" Michael Jackson, opens up about his life in a conversation with Rene' and Brian. Rene's notes: Michael's soul is a quiet and gentle one. He spent most of his life performing, at first with his family, then in 1971 he started his solo career. His life was not an easy one, he had many trials and tribulations, shows you money can't r…
 
Whitney shares her thoughts on her life here and her life now, on the "otherside" with Rene' and Brian. Rene's note: I really enjoyed my time with Whitney. Her voice is one of those that you never forget. I love to hear her sing, especially the high notes. And I have watched "Bodyguard" more than once, just leave it at that. I am looking forward to…
 
Rene' and Brian speak with Syd Barrett, one of the founding members of Pink Floyd. Rene's notes: This is one of those meetings that you never expected. I am a huge fan of Pink Floyd and Syd was one of those unexplained mysteries. We had a nice conversation, he talked briefly about his life here and would like to tell us more. I'll be interviewing h…
 
Rene' and Brian interview David Bowie. Rene's notes: What can you say about a legend? WOW! Such a talented and intelligent soul. We have barely scratched the surface getting to know him. Much more to come. Here's a quote from our conversation. What can you do from there, where you are? David says: A lot, but there has to be intent on the other side…
 
Rene', Brian and Cass Elliot of the Mama's and Papa's have an intimate conversation, Cass share's her death experience. Rene's note: Cass is a most amazing soul. She was very open and shared her passing over with us. She was very open about her life here also. Cass and I are Marylanders, sharing a similar accent and love for ethnic food. Looking fo…
 
Robin, Rene' and Brian share a lively discussion about the evolution of music. Brian's note: I had such a great conversation with Robin. He's very knowledgeable about music and how it changes with the times. And he's interested in what we think. We will be talking to Robin again, I would like to continue our music discussion. Check out Rene's blog …
 
Her highness has arrived. Rene' and Brian interview Freddie Mercury, former frontman for Queen. Rene's notes: Right from the first words he spoke, I felt like I were speaking to an old friend. Freddie has so much charisma, it comes through in his energy. I know he's watching over me, hopefully gently guiding me in the right direction. Did you know …
 
Rene' and Brian interview Michael Hutchence, former frontman for INXS. Rene's notes: I love music and I have diverse/eclectic taste. INXS was one of those bands that satisfied my requirements in regard to music. I worked at a radio station when they became popular, back in the old days. My friend and coworker, MadDog Scarpulla, was in the promotion…
 
Rene' and Brian chat with Karen Carpenter. Rene's notes: Brian has so many fans on the otherside, Karen Carpenter is another one. What a tragic life story Karen experienced. Once again, we look at someone with Karen's level of talent and think they must not have a care in the world. The opposite is true most of the time. Their pain is so overwhelmi…
 
Rene' and Brian interview Kurt Cobain, of Nirvana fame. Rene's notes: I know we all have our life story to live out, it's just hard when you see someone so young and talented have to leave. Check out Rene's blog https://commoncentsinwilmingtonnc.blogspot.com/โดย Rene' and Brian/Kurt Cobain
 
Rene' and Brian interview "The Man In Black" Johnny Cash. Brian's notes: "I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die." My all-time favorite line in a song. Talking to Johnny was like meeting up with an old friend and having a chat. What a warm and kind person. We are looking forward to spending more time with him, he has a lot of stories I think we…
 
Rene' and Brian interview Elvis Presley. Can you believe he reveals information about a young singer named Avicii, who is also passed over. Listen now! Rene's notes: The things you find out when you talk to the already passed over. Check out Rene's blog https://commoncentsinwilmingtonnc.blogspot.com/…
 
Rene' and Brian interview Janis Joplin. Stunning new information, you heard it here first. Rene's notes: I don't want to ruin the surprise so I'll just stop here. Check out Rene's blog https://commoncentsinwilmingtonnc.blogspot.com/โดย Rene' and Brian/Janis Joplin
 
Rene' and Brian interview George Harrison and John Lennon. Rene's notes: I was kinda only kidding when I asked George and John to come through. After all they're the freaking Beatles. But they did and this was the start of an adventure for Brian and I. John and George talked about the problem with being a recording artist....having people tell you …
 
Rene' and Brian interview Jim Morrison, former frontman of The Doors. But you knew that didn't you? Rene's notes: I love talking to Jim, he always has the most insightful things to say. He's volunteered to help me find my way in this new adventure. He's not a mentor, he says he's a pal. Ok, Jimbo. Jim died in Paris and was not given an autopsy so w…
 
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