Bryan Berry was told he had 60 days to live. He needed a new liver. Then he was told he also need a kidney. Bryan tells his incredible story and advocates for everyone to become organ donors in today’s conversation on the Good Eye Podcast. Bryan also talks about UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing) and the organization that so inspired him he decided to change careers and work on its behalf, Synapse, in this latest Good Eye Podcast installment of “Synapse Stories” featuring Bryan Berry.
Christian Hip-Hop artist Legin is in-studio for a conversation about his music, his message and the Safe House Project, which “exists to raise awareness of Sex Trafficking and raise funds to build Safe Houses for those running from sex trafficking”.
Mike Kane of Transformational Partnerships helps people and businesses realize their true potential. Mike’s own story of willing himself back to health following a stroke is inspiring and motivational. His motto of “Change your mind, change your life” is something he puts into practice every day and helps his clients do the same. This conversation is a “Synapse Stories” installment.
RVA metal band Appalling is in-studio talking touring, influences, recording plans and playing a few tracks from their current release “Inverted Realm”. Appalling will be at Wonderland in Richmond on Oct 19th with Hoboknife and Embra.
The full playlist from Saturday’s River City Limits is available on WRIR’s website here:
Check out the playlist below for most of the artists featured on Saturday night’s broadcast. Actual songs played on WRIR Saturday night are included where available, otherwise I substituted another song from the artist. Artists not on Spotify are not included in the playlist.