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Dr. Daniel Ivankovich


Shine On Hollywood Magazine

Shine On Hollywood Magazine

Welcome to the December 2014 issue of Shine On Hollywood Magazine (SOHM)! As we attend the dazzling holiday parties and dinners here in Tinseltown, I want to pause and give thanks to all the good fortune we have here. From time to time, I am stopped on the street by a passerby who recognizes me from SOHM. They often tell me how much they enjoy the articles and how they appreciate the uplifting stories we share from Hollywood which avoids all the gossip and politics. These interactions, in turn, uplift me and makes me so grateful for all our loyal fan base so, from the bottom of my heart, THANK-YOU! I also feel so fortunate for the inspirational individuals whose stories we are able to share and this issue is no exception as we feature “Top Male Entertainment Professionals!”

This month’s cover story features the world renowned artist and humanitarian, Cao Yong, a man who truly paints from his heart. It has been said that to view one of his paintings is like getting lost in a beautiful and magical place. His life journey is remarkable and his paintings can’t help but to inspire you. His new work, “Peace” with a world-wide premier in China next month, embodies Cao’s desire to shine a light on the damage we are doing to our world and what we need to do to correct it.

This month’s issue also features orthopedic surgeon, humanitarian and blues musician, Dr. Dan Ivankovich. He is a true renaissance man who has chosen to use his intellect and talent for the betterment of his fellow man. You won’t want to miss out on reading about his fascinating work.

This issue also features Kenny Santiago Marrero, who is known by industry insiders for his versatile acting ability. We learn how education and determination made the difference for him in reaching his goals and dreams. Finally, we are proud to feature successful entrepreneur, musician and celebrated winemaker, David Hunt. This man of many talents actually achieved many of his goals after losing his sight. His story is like no other.

We encourage them to “Let them be your motivation.”

SOHM remains a politics and gossip free publication with its focus on, Real People, Real Stories, from the Arts and Pop Culture Community who make a difference by giving back, and we are delighted to share their heart-felt stories with you. We will continue to provide the industry’s foremost creative meeting place with monthly showcases, news, opinions, analysis, and audience feedback.

The upcoming January 2015 issue will feature “Top Dance Industry Professionals.” Look for exclusive interviews with notable leaders in this industry. We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to your feedback and continued support!

Wishing you the happiest of holidays and joyous New Year!

Arnold Garcia
Founder / Editor in Chief

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Seven-Foot Surgeon Helps The Needy

People who need surgery, but can’t afford it, are turning to a man whose heart is as big as his stature. Tired of seeing people suffer because they can’t afford medical care, one unconventional surgeon is taking matters in to his own giant hands. Now, his non-profit is helping thousands.

When this towering orthopedic surgeon wants to operate, the hospitals let him.

“I think you know a seven foot guy in your face, being an advocate for a patient, I do get results that way,” said Dr. Dan Ivankovich.

Leader of the “Bone Squad”, Dr. Ivankovich refuses to turn patients away when they can’t pay. It’s estimated 50 million Americans don’t have health insurance. A Harvard study found about 45,000 Americans die every year because they can’t afford the healthcare they need.

Dr. Ivankovich replaced Isabel de la Cruz’s knees. If he’s lucky, he’ll get 18 cents on the dollar from Medicaid.

Seven-Foot Surgeon Helps The Needy



Bluesman Surgeon Helps The Needy



7. 7 Foot Surgeon: Helping the Uninsured

People who need surgery but can’t afford it are turning to a man whose heart
is as big as his stature. Tired of seeing people suffer because they can’t
afford medical care, one unconventional surgeon is taking matters in to his own
giant hands….

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Leader of the “Bone Squad”, Dr. Ivankovich refuses to turn patients
away when they can’t pay. It’s estimated 50 million Americans don’t have health
insurance. A Harvard study found about 45,000 Americans die every year because
they can’t afford the healthcare they need.


Chicago Blues All-Stars

Chicago Blues All-Stars

Genres: Blues / R&B/Soul / Funk
Label: Azure Music
Management: Hit & Run Entertainment



: First broke into the blues during the early
1970’s. Now a regular on the Chicago Blues scene for over four decades, “Killer”
Ray has been an integral tour-de-force in bands by Muddy Waters, James Cotton,
Koko Taylor, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells. With a reputation as the hardest hitting
drummer in the blues world, “Killer” has turned down gig offers from Eric Clapton,
John Mayall & the late Gary Moore, so he could fully focus his energies toward
leading a band. In 1998 and 2000, Ray was nominated for the W. C. Handy award
as an instrumentalist.

Award winning blues historian, instrumentalist & producer. Scott authored
“Blues With A Feeling-The Little Walter Story” and produced Lurrie Bell’s breakthrough
“Mercurial Son” for Delmark Records. A walking compendium of Chicago Blues history
and lore, Dirks is an accomplished harp player whose minimalist approach keeps
alive the memory of Sonny Boy, Little Walter & Big Walter.

: Deitra Farr is considered one of Chicago ’s top
vocalists, according to Living Blues Magazine (May 1997). Fiery, energetic, she
has been nominated for Traditional Female Blues artist of the year by the W.C.
Handy Awards, Female Blues Artist of the year by the Living Blues Critics Awards,
the British Blues Connection Awards, and the Les Trophees France Blues awards.
Deitra is also a published writer, poet, songwriter, and painter, who has written
articles for the Chicago Defender, Chicago Blues Annual, and currently she has
a column “Artist to Artist” in Living Blues Magazine.

: Johnny B’s music career

as Chicago’s first-call bass player, is one that most musicians can only dream
about. He recorded nine CDs and numerous DVDs with Albert Collins. The band won
a Grammy Award for the Alligator recording “SHOWDOWN” with Albert Collins, Johnny
Copeland and Robert Cray. After Albert’s death in 1993, Johnny focused on session
work, and his career tally is close to 100 recordings. Johnny is a nine-time W.C.
Handy nominee for the Instrumentalist-Bass category. He has been honored to record
with Johnny Winter, Gary Moore, John Primer, Son Seals, A.C. Reed, Junior Wells
and KoKo Taylor, just to name a few.

: is a Chicago Music veteran of imposing
stature. He cut his teeth as a bluesman at the tender age of 18, as the musical
director for legendary bluesman Otis Rush. After spending nearly a decade touring
with a who’s who of the blues, he’s shared the stage with legends that include:
Johnny Winter, Stevie Ray & Jimmie Vaughan, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Buddy
Guy & Junior Wells. When not performing, the Reverend is CEO of OnePatient-Global
Health Initiative, Medical Director of The Bone Squad, and actively blogs about
social & political issues under ReverendDoctorD.

: Roosevelt has stunned and
thrilled audiences with his amazing ability to fuse deep grooves with brilliant
melodic ideas. Over the past two decades, he’s remained Chicago’s busiest session
musician with over 150 album credits. As musical director for the likes of Koko
Taylor, Otis Rush, Junior Wells and countless others, Roosevelt’s fusion of traditional
meets modern creates a singular sound that is like no other in the business.

PATRICIA WINTERS (VOCALS): As an accomplished
vocalist, she spent years performing as a jazz singer, but her career has been
seasoned with R&B, Folk, and Gospel. She’s frequently performed in community
stage productions and was cast in the starring role of Betty-Mae in the Off-Broadway
production of “Sweet Peas, House of Prayer”. While in Chicago, Winters
displayed her vocal talents with pianist JoJo Brown, and the late jazz great Oscar
Brown Jr.

his lengthy career as a professional drummer, Jerry Porter has worked with a wide
variety of top-tier blues talents, such as Johnnie Dollar, Magic Slim, Eddie
Clearwater, Buster Benton, Son Seals, Ronnie Baker Brooks and Big Mama Thornton.
A highlight of Porter’s career, and a testament to his talent and reliability,
is his tenure as a member of Buddy Guy’s band for over fourteen years. Recently,
Jerry’s versatility and professionalism have established him as one of Chicago’s
most in-demand drummers.


THE ALL-STAR HORNS: This rotating line-up of Chicago’s hottest horn players
is anchored by Blues/R&B veteran Johnny Cotton. He’s played with and arranged
for a virtual Who’s Who of Chicago music. From legendary performers such as James
Cotton, Junior Wells, Syl Johnson & the Ohio Players, to modern college rockers
like Lubraphonic, Johnny puts the ‘unk in your funk.
























































Cleveland has a new heavy hitter. He goes
by the name of Smoove Gotti and he is quickly taking the Cleveland
Music scene by storm. The buzz has grown so large that it has begun to leak into
the conversations of many fans across the nation.

After his initial splash
on the scene with We Plead the 5th, Gotti followed up with the new mixtape Never Did Play. Hosted by DJ Kongo of the Geeker Gang,
the mixtape shows growth for the talented Smoove Gotti.

The Project is available for Free MP3 Download on over a dozen website across the
Internet. So get you copy today on get in tune with the newest rap star before
the lights get to bright.




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