Breakaway Magazine

Breakaway Magazine is an international, independently published magazine and online platform for the mind, body and soul. Through diverse voices we feature inspirational people and their stories. Topics include wellness, mental health, social psychology, personal development, spiritual growth, mindfulness, mindset, self love, self care, the higher self, empowerment, nature-based healing and more. Breakaway Magazine features global creative talents through the editorial content we publish; allowing this talent to be fostered, recognized and emerge. "The company reaches millions, connecting with an audience interested in more than just the trend, but the deeper meaning." - JB Livingston, Founder/Editor-In-Chief. Read more on our about page.

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Tokio Hotel Are Back to Claim Their Thrown with “Kings of Suburbia” Album

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It is the band’s first album in nearly five years and with Kings of Suburbia the guys from Magdeburg, Germany are back to claim their rightful thrown at the top of the charts.

I have been a fan of Tokio Hotel since 2008, and even started a fan radio called 483 Radio. It was around this time that Bill, Tom, George, and Gustav were the biggest band in Europe and preparing to take North America by storm. There was something so fresh, different and magnetic about them, and even today that is what separates them from everyone else in the music business.

Cleo Tellier about Her Short Film About Child Abuse “The Silence”

Cleo Tellier is a French-Canadian actress known for the role of Émilie in the 15 season TV show Virginie and also the role of Flora in the Emmy-nominated show, 30 Vies. She can also be seen in Degrassi as Rheanne and in various TV shows and national commercials. Her latest project puts Cleo behind the lens as she puts a spotlight on child abuse in her short film “The Silence.”

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Synopsis: Ann, Leslie, Isabelle and Jerome used to be four out of the two millions children in foster care in the world.

Breakaway Daily Interview with ‘The Angry Viking,’ actor Eric Erickson

I am thrilled to be able to talk with this direct descendant of the Yngling Viking Dynasty Eric Erickson, who has literally transformed himself into an action star.

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Eric is a writer, artist and classically trained actor (USC School of Theatre). He has appeared in roles ranging from musical theatre (Conrad Birdie), Shakespeare (Hamlet, Mercutio), television, and film. He has also appeared in commercials for Toshiba, Intell and Novell. Eric gained the name “The Angry Viking” while performing stand-up comedy in Los Angels and the name stuck. 

Breakaway Daily Interviews Mathew C. Martino

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A man of many talents, Mathew C. Martino is a Zimbabwe-born English actor, best selling author, film producer, pilot, and entrepreneur who currently lives in London. He takes some time away from his busy schedule to talk to me about his passion for flying, his favorite part about being a film producer, and his plans for the future.

You juggle a lot of projects. You are a pilot, author, film producer, actor and are also getting into music. What is a typical day like for you?

Breakaway Daily Interview with Pianist Sky Ladd

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Sky Ladd has all the fixings of what makes a great performer; a superstar name, drive and raw talent. Sky Ladd (and that is his real name by the way) lives in San Diego and has traveled all over the world as a pianist, including Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, Australia, and the Middle East. Sky has a B.A. in Classical Performance, was the winner of the Humboldt Concerto/Aria Competition and the recipient of the 1995 Bach competition. When Sky Ladd is not sharing the stage with the likes Jason Mraz, he can be found in the classroom as a music teacher and performing all over southern California delighting audiences with his artistry. 

Breakaway Daily Interview with Liv Kirby

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Liv Kirby is only 20, but she has already had an impressive start to her career. Moving from Australia to New York in order to pursue her Boradway dreams, Kirby has already been involved in various theatre productions including Legally Blonde and Carrie the Musical. 

Liv has had the opportunity to walk for L’Oreal on runways, and professionally competed at dance events (including representing Australia at Randy Jackson’s Hip Hop International dance competition in Las Vegas.) Liv can also be seen in a number of Australian commercials as well as TV series pilots. 

Interview with Jazz Songstress Natalie Jean

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Natalie Jean is a dynamic artist who grew up loving music. She enjoyed singing with her famous Haitian father Guy R. Jean, and her love for music further blossomed when she began to write her own poetry. Natalie takes inspiration from her daily life and hopes to touch the lives of others through her music.

This year, Natalie Jean’s songs have received over 20 nominations, including the Artists in Music Awards, LA Music Awards, The Indie Music Channel Awards, The Indees, American Songwriting Awards, Hollywood Music and Media Awards, International Music and Media Association Awards (IMEA), Semi-Finalist in the Songwriting UK Contest, and the Akademia Music Awards.

Breakaway Daily Interview: Actor Adrian Voo Talks Robin Williams, Auditions & His New Web Series

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Adrian Voo with the late, great Robin Williams. Find out about Voo’s meetings with the legendary actor in my exclusive interview with this up and coming actor you should know about.

Adrian Voo is best known for his starring role in the post-apocalyptic feature and film festival circuit favorite Infected, which was ranked #1 on IMDb: Future and Newly Released Horror Movies. He has also had high profile credits to his name including The Hangover IIIShe Wants Me (Hilary Duff, Josh Gad), and Showtime’s House of Lies.

Human connection through music: Rich Marcello on his novel The Big Wide Calm

The Big Wide Calm is a character driven, contemporary fiction novel that explores music, art, ambition, fame, love, and deep philosophical themes. The sophomore work by New England author Rich Marcello draws you in right from the cover, the intriguing title, and the first few pages. This is the second of three books that is part of the author’s trilogy on different kinds of love. The first, The Color of Home, was published in 2013 and the last of the three, The Beauty of the Fall, published in 2015.