California Couple Transforms Living Room into Variety Show Featuring their Extraordinary Neighbors

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With their new weekly video podcast, "Sounds Like A Movement," couple hopes to inspire humans world-wide to open their doors, get to know their neighbors, and share extraordinary stories together.

Local artists, Pawnshop Kings giving a living room performance

You'd be surprised how many people will actually show up to an opportunity to share their story.

Would you know that your neighbor was "Fat Michael Jackson" in a Missy Elliot video, or that your surfer buddies have more soul in their voice than Marvin Gaye? What if the girl next door was actually the founder of an organization that helps homeless people get off the street?

For CJ Casciotta and his wife, Kelly, all of the above are true.

Believing that every human being has a story worth sharing, this week, with the help of their friends, Brandon Setter & Andrew Steven, they're launching a new weekly video podcast from their 100 year old living room. They call it Sounds Like A Movement.

"Once a month, we turn our small little house into a variety show and invite people from our community to share the stories that make them each unique," says CJ. "These stories come in multiple forms from all kinds of people-- songwriters, poets, writers, visual artists, and average joes."
"Our hope is that it will inspire us humans to not only practice the art of storytelling but create the kind of stories with our lives that are worth sharing with the world.You'd be surprised how many people will actually show up to an opportunity to share their story."
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