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Johnny Rodgers Presented with the ASCAP Foundation Jamie deRoy & friends Award at 13th Annual Awards Ceremony on December 10 in New York City

2008-12-16 | Singer/songwriter/recording artist Johnny Rodgers honored with the Jamie deRoy & friends award for outstanding work, dedication and craftsmanship as a songwriter. Rodgers also provides a sensational performance of his new single - The Best of You In Me for the music industry leaders in attendance.

Jazz Vocalist Paulette Dozier is back at the Biltmore Hotel

2008-12-11 | Six years and two CDs later, jazz vocalist Paulette Dozier is finally back at the Biltmore Hotel this December 2008. Her return is long overdue, but her performance makes the wait well worth it.

America Needs Me is Launching an Independent Tour Network in May Of 2009 to Help the Economy of the Nation by Uniting Independent Musicians

2008-12-07 | The America Needs Me independent tour circuit is forming along the East Coast of North America for musicians not yet signed to major distribution labels and venues looking to attract greater numbers of patrons

Big Quarters, Kristoff Krane Headline Release Party for Minneapolis Hip Hop Publication Mill City Scene

2008-12-03 | Celebratory event showcases some of the best-known acts in Twin Cities hip-hop, including Carnage, Hyder Ali, and El Guante.

Musician Has Vowed to Defend His Right to Sell His CDs on the Streets

2008-11-20 | Elavi, a multi-instrumentalist singer songwriter from Manchester, is fighting a Local Bill he says will prevent him using his peddlars' licence to distribute his music.

"Out of Sight", Band of Blind Kansas City Area Musicians Debut Performance at Union Station, Follows Dialog in the Dark's Opening in only the 2nd U.S. City

2008-11-19 | Missouri band, comprised of blind and legally blind musicians, will hold its' first fundraising concert/event at the site of Dialog in the Dark, in the historic Union Station. The band's goal is to perform for future events and contribute a portion of proceeds to a charity involving the blind.

'After Years of Memorable Music Howard Hewett Releases a Cherished First Christmas CD'

2008-11-15 | 'Howard Hewett's 'Christmas' Promises to Bring the True Spirit of Christmas Back'

Women Take the Band Stand Presents Cady Finlayson Band in Irish Concert (NYC) 11/18

2008-11-10 | On Tuesday November 18th at 8 p.m.,Women Take the Band Stand presents the Cady Finlayson Band with an evening of Irish music. The concert will be held at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, 236 E. 3rd St., (between Avenue B and C) in New York City. Admission is $10 at the door.

Unsigned Artists Can Now Share Their Music With Millions Globally, All For Free at

2008-11-05 | Independent musicians need a place to gather and has created the perfect environment. Indie musicians, we know you are working hard to hack out your own path in the world of music and we want to help. is a necessary ally for the indie musician.

Doug Kershaw, The 'Ragin' Cajun' Releases New Album

2008-10-30 | Legendary country recording artist Doug Kershaw whose illustrious career has spanned six decades releases "Classical Cajun Gumbo"

Linda Bouchard Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-24 | Ms. Bouchard is a composer of 80 pieces and continues to compose two to five new works each year.

Roccie Hill's Highly-Praised Debut Novel THREE MINUTES ON LOVE To Be Released in U.S. Bookstores October 17, 2008

2008-10-15 | Roccie Hill's highly-praised debut novel, a bittersweet love story, THREE MINUTES ON LOVE, is set in the California desert, San Francisco of the rock 'n roll 70s, and the music business of the late 20th century. It will be launched in US bookstores October 17, 2008 and is in pre-release on Amazon.

Blanche Blasts Off Connecting Brands & Consumers Through Entertainment Partnerships That Generate Excitement

2008-10-14 | Lynda Stenge, an entertainment strategist and former band manager with expertise in strategic entertainment partnerships, launches Blanche today to address the needs of corporate marketers, struggling to reach consumers effectively.

Kathleen Louise St. John Honored by Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Musical Composition

2008-10-12 | Ms. St. John specializes in composing contemporary classical music for large ensembles and orchestras and electronic music.

James Dower Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-11 | Mr. Dower co-wrote a theme song used by NASCAR for their truck racing series.

Elizabeth Harington Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-10 | Harington earned honors in painting and drawing, printmaking, and music and she brings to her endeavor a unique level of vigorous training in these fields.

"Wuthering Heights" - The Original Gothic Love Story - Inspires Musical Adaptation

2008-10-01 | launched today with four original songs inspired by the Emily Bronte novel "Wuthering Heights." Visitors to the site will enjoy complimentary music and video streams plus 2 free song downloads.

Marat Korenkov Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-19 | With years of professional experience, Marat excels in talent management and promotion, and is responsible for overseeing the music company.

Gospel Songstress Sherrie Keys Launches Urban Gospel Music Label

2008-09-12 | Gospel Songstress Sherrie Maria Keys brings a fresh, relevant sound to the soul of gospel music. Sherrie Keys has launched a new imprint called Chubby Girl Records, a boutique gospel music label focused on impacting the world for Christ with cutting-edge artistry.