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Emerging Artist Development Network (EADN) Launches in Houston, TX

Creating a shared work space for aspiring singers, musicians and bands.
 
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    HOUSTON, TX, January 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Game Change Enterprises LLC and Museum District Bistro & Lounge presents the Emerging Artist Development Network (EADN). Aspiring music artists in Houston now have a place to call home that will offer a shared multi-purpose work space to include a recording and dance studio, with areas for meetings and rehearsals. In addition EADN will offer industry specific seminars and workshops, access to industry professionals, mentors and more. EADN is free to join by singers, musicians, and bands of any genre and their artist support network (http://www.eadn.co).

The official red carpet launch will take place on January 31, 2014 at a Historic Location: Museum District Bistro & Lounge (1112 Southmore Blvd. Houston, TX 77004) from 6pm-9pm. It will be a fun-filled, "come as you are" evening featuring local indie music artists. Register for event.

About The Historical Museum District Bistro

The Museum District Bistro and Lounge was built in 1922, by famous Houston architect Maurice Joseph Sullivan (1884-1961), Houston's first City Architect appointed by Mayor H. Baldwin Rice in 1912. This location served as the family home for Mr. Sullivan, his wife Anne, and their 7 children. By utilizing his training as a civil engineer, Sullivan continued to expand his knowledge and became a self taught architect. His ecclesiastic work completed in Houston is considered the most significant, and includes the Villa De Matel Chapel (1923-28), Holy Rosary Church (1933), St, Anne Catholic Church (1940), and First Presbyterian Church (1949). Other prominent buildings include The Petroleum Building (now the Great Southwest Building), Houston Negro Hospital School of Nursing (Now Riverside Hospital), St. Thomas High School, Ripley House, and St. Mary's Seminary. In 1924 and 1933, Sullivan served as President of the South Texas Chapter of The American Institute of Architects. Sullivan died in 1961.

"I am amazed at what Maurice Joseph Sullivan accomplished through his commitment and dedication. In that same spirit, I am proud to offer this location to honor and continue that legacy for Houston artists as an entertainment hub."-Larry Criswell Owner, Museum District Bistro and Lounge

Emerging Artist Development Network (EADN)

Kimberly N. Evans and Vanessa Johnson created EADN to provide aspiring music artists and their support network a safe place to congregate with their network to plan, practice, record, learn, and leverage resources to aide in each other's success.

Realizing that an endeavor such as EADN will require commitment and dedication from many different parties in the Houston music community. The founders are not afraid to admit they will need help from community leaders. EADN has a vision of putting Houston on the map as a nationally recognized hub for artists to come and develop their skills and launch their careers.

"Houston is an international city with great music fans, that should not have to travel east to New Orleans or west to Austin to experience a vibrant and talent-rich music community. As a native Houstonian, I know the capabilities of my city and we can establish our own unique music identity separate from the rest of the nation. It will take vision, leadership and a lot of passion, which EADN has all three. I am excited for Houston!" Kimberly N. Evans, CEO and Co-founder EADN

"Houston is home to some of the greatest talent in the world. We are proud to offer an entertainment hub to aspiring artist so they can successfully develop their skills and what better place than our great city". - Vanessa Johnson, COO and Co-founder EADN.

EADN will initially be open to artists and their support network of dancers, writers, producers, vocal coaches, choreographers, managers, and all others Wednesday through Saturday from 10am - 1am and on Sundays from 12 noon to 10pm. Monday and Tuesday hours will be limited to conducting workshops, and seminars. Their long-term goal is to have certain areas open to artists and artist support 7 days per week, 24 hours a day. The venue is equipped with a stage and sound system for performance rehearsals.

EADN (pronounced "eden") is the beginning of a new music culture in Houston of collaboration across many generations and genres of music artists. Their goal is to increase the level of development and visibility of area singers, musicians and bands. EADN is on a mission to create an identity for Houston to become nationally known as a place for aspiring artist in the music industry to begin and launch successful careers.

For Media and Press Inquiries, contact:
Kimberly N. Evans
Emerging Artist Development Network
713-256-7043
eadnglobal@gmail.com



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