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Tina Malia: The Lost Frontier
Tina Malia began her musical training at a very young age as a classical pianist. Taught by her mother, a concert pianist and opera singer from Korea, she rigorously studied piano until the age of 12. At that time, her passion for music moved from piano to voice. At age 15, Tina began learning the guitar.
IN 1996, Tina worked as a recording artist and co-producer for Music for Little People and Eathbeat! Records in Redway, California, where she performed on such albums as Circle of Women, All Spirits Sing w/Joanne Shenendoah, Lullaby Favorites, and many others.
In 1998, Tina moved to the San Francisco Bay area and started working on her solo recording, Shores of Avalon. Inspired by many musical and spiritual traditions from around the world, Tina’s writing style is contemplative, devotional, and joyous in nature.
On this episode, Richard Brendan talks to Tina Malia about her latest album, The Final Frontier. Listen to the stories that inspired this beautiful compilation of music, and hear a sampling of the songs. A lively and engaging conversation with a talented Social Change Artist.