Rocky Morningside releases newest single Web alongside His Re-Release of Dracula just in time for Halloween

To help you get in the Halloween spirit, Rocky Morningside releases newest single Web to accompany his single Dracula

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2020 / — Rocky Morningside releases new single in time for Halloween with spooky, dark rock sounds named Web. Web is Rocky’s newest song which speaks from the perspective of a spider. He also re releases one of his popular songs Dracula. Rocky has a skill for mixing the macabre with sexy and darkness. Rocky’s music is diverse and may not fit one category defined as classic rock, pop or rap but rather influenced by all.

Rocky talks about the new project Web, “Spiders construct elaborate, extremely intricate webs, setting them up in promising areas of insect travel then wait to see what happens. It’s a lot like song writing. A lot goes into the foundation of a piece of music. The idea has to be solid. The structure, instrumentation, and even ambience have to work in concert to lure the listener or from a spiders prospective, prey. Each song that I write is personal to me. It’s an expression of something that has inspired me or something less inspiring that I went through. It’s a means of celebrating or letting go of something that has effected me deeply. I took a break from song writing a few times back and it felt miserable. I have to create to grow. Much like a spider, it’s a means of survival. I could be one of those artists that say “oh I write music just for me” but that’s not completely so. Of course I make music for me but I also write vague and open ended lyrical pieces that can be relatable from many prospectives and many different personality types. Like a “web” I try to make my songs as sticky as possible with the hope that listeners and fans alike can enjoy my take on a subject.”

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Rocky Morningside Bio
Rocky Morningside’s artistic approach is an anomaly, deviating from the standard norm of the typical musical genre. His music is not HipHop. It’s not Rock. It’s not Pop either. Rocky’s music is a little bit of all of those which headmits leaves him sort of orbiting in a space of his own. “People love me or they hate me” says the Louisiana based artist. “The people who get me stick with me. People who don’t talk mad shit which is generally amusing. I make music for me to channel emotions or to filter life’s negatives. I hope people like it but if they don’t fuck em. I will always write more music and I am always perfecting my craft so maybe I will win some of those critics over down the road as my sound matures. My music has its own identity. The freedom of self expression and the true essence of art is one’s unique individual approach to or outcome of something that they’re truly passionate about. That is the foundation from which everything I make creatively is based upon.” Morningside has spent the majority of his quarantine making music and staying fit. “An entertainer should be fit and never be lazy because it’s his or her job to entertain” he says. Fans can expect a more polished sound from Rocky Morningside in an avalanche of new music coming from him tentatively around the beginning of summer. “The new music is a lot more melody driven. I brought in guitars, bass, keys, other instruments, and really went back to my rock roots on a lot of the new material. My love for HipHop will never go away but I find it harder to resonate a message with within that genre because it has changed so much.
Rocky grew up listening to classic rock with his father. Having always liked the song Rocky teamed up with friend and fellow entertainer One Touch to remake “These Eyes” with a flare. Rocky laid a HipHop beat for the foundation in collaboration with music producer Focuz Muzik. Rocky brought in guitars, bass, key’s and recorded the live instruments in his Louisiana studio, engineering and producing the project himself.

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Music Marketing and Music Video Promotion: HIP Video Promo celebrates our 20th birthday!

HIP – 20th Birthday

We know that a good music video isn’t merely a commercial or a promotion: it’s a piece of the musician’s soul.

SOUTH RIVER, NJ, USA, October 26, 2020 / — Longevity is a rare thing in any business. In the music industry, it’s practically unheard of. Continuing relevance requires a combination of vision and flexibility. A company needs to accommodate new trends while staying true to its original principles. Any outfit that can do that for a few years has something to brag about. If a business can keep its balance – and keep growing! – for two decades, that’s a remarkable accomplishment. Some might even call it legendary.

At HIP Video Promo, we don’t boast too often about what we’ve done. On the anniversary of our twentieth year in operation, we’re inclined to let the facts speak for themselves. We remain what we’ve always been: the undisputed leader in independent music video promotion, pledging our allegiance and dedication to nobody but the artists we serve. Since founding the company in 2000, we’ve promoted more than 3600 music videos by artists of all kinds. We’ve partnered with legendary artists like Pearl Jam, T-Pain, Armin van Buuren, Elvis Costello and Pixies. We’ve assisted the ascendancy of artists like Paramore, Maroon 5, Sia, M83, Nicky Romero, Justina Valentine, 30 Second To Mars, Luh Kel, and The Lumineers. We’ve earned the respect, and the business, of powerhouse labels like Sony and Universal, and we can call some of the hippest imprints on the planet – 4AD, Saddle Creek, Merge, Matador, Polyvinyl – repeat customers.

But we’re just as proud of the work we’ve done for hundreds of true oddballs and absolute independents: regional, unclassifiable artists whose voices deserve to be heard. Those who enlist the support of HIP Video Promo know we will apply the same sort of muscle – and the same sort of tireless advocacy – to their campaigns as we do when we’re out there sweating on behalf of Queens Of The Stone Age and Johnny Cash.

We’ve also done our part to expand the distribution environment for musicians of all kinds. Our reach is international: not only have we regularly placed clips on MTV, mtvU, BET Jams, REVOLT TV, Music Choice, and other familiar outlets, we’ve established productive relationships with programming outlets seen on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, and more. As viewing habits have evolved, so has our focus. When it comes to placing videos on the most prominent music websites and blogs, we easily outpace the competition. We’ve anticipated industry trends by offering comprehensive Spotify promotion and social media marketing alongside the services for which we’re best known.

How have we managed to keep this up for twenty years? Our success begins with our deep respect for the form itself. At HIP, we see the music video as the perfect synthesis of art and commerce. We believe that the music video is the single most important piece of marketing currency a musician has at his or her disposal – and that importance has only increased as audience attention has migrated online. At the same time, we recognize that the music video is a translation of the artist’s personal voice into a visual medium. We know that a good music video isn’t merely a commercial or a promotion: it’s a piece of the musician’s soul.

We’re able to talk about videos and explain their importance because we, too, are artists. HIP is staffed by musicians and filmmakers who are motivated by our love for songs and visuals, and by the joy we feel when we encounter the new and the exciting. In recent years, we’ve parlayed our experience promoting videos into making them. We’ve now made lyric clips and official music videos for dozens of clients, many of whom are members of the same New Jersey musical community that we proudly inhabit. HIP founder and president Andy Gesner has always been deeply embedded in Garden State music. He’s been a band member, an organizer, a show promoter, and a tireless champion of the underdog. In an industry that’s become sadly de-regionalized, we know where we come from, and we also know that those roots will keep us strong – and ready for the next twenty years, too.

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WD-HAN Challenges Popular Notions With New Rock Single 'Work For It'

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Cal Henry, Spencer Barnes and Lea Campbell of WD-HAN

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WD-HAN's new single 'Work For It' is the anthem of your inmost desire, and the beacon of your inevitable success.

They have a gritty style that is fantastic with the vocal delivery which is clear and has you dancing along.”

— A&R Factory

TAMPA BAY, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2020 / — Work For It drives deep, way down into the core of your dreams, and like so many of WD- HAN’s songs, tells the world to go to hell because you’re gonna make your dreams happen in spite of anyone saying you can’t. This relentless, haunting, daunting beat awakens the power within you. Hard doesn’t matter, time doesn’t matter, getting where you are going is what matters.

In Work For It, WD-HAN exults in creating the raw rhythm of worthwhile work. No one tippy- toes to the top – you pound the ground. The chorus of Work For It echoes your every step forward as the drumbeat of a giant’s. Others can beg, others can wait, others can die a living
death. This song is the anthem of your inmost desire, and the beacon of your inevitable success. Yes, the song is raw. So is life. Yes, Work For It challenges popular notions that people deserve what they haven’t earned.

WD-HAN celebrates those who have dreams and are willing to fight through the lightning storm to achieve them. This song is a hard rock rough-hewn tribute to winners.

Let Work For It be your armor and your banner.

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"WD-HAN are one of the most prolific bands out there. Never issuing two tracks that are too similar, the band are versatile, unique and interesting." – Love It To Death Reviews

"WD-HAN are back with yet another earworm…" – Turtle Tempo

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Star-Studded Live Performance Night Coming to Tampa Bay

Producer, Choreographer, Dancer and Founder of Artists United to Save the Arts, Lyla Menkhaus

Ballet Dancer, Jared Brunson

Singer/Songwriter David Pomeranz

Performers come together to benefit two local non-profits, Eight O'Clock Theatre and Gulf Coast Dance Theater.

TAMPA BAY, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2020 / — On Sunday, November 1, a slate of award-winning performing artists are leading the charge to normalcy and a revitalized celebration of Life!

Live performance art almost disappeared for eight months, crushed by caution and divided by desperation. Now the dark time is over! Dancers and singers of national and international fame will unite for two performances at District Dance Academy in Largo, to support two local non-profit art groups.

David Pomeranz, of 22 platinum and 18 gold record fame, will share his mercury-sliding-on-syrup voice, melting you into the arms of your loved one. Mike Foncannon and Ellie Figgins will pump you up with the Lindy Hop and more. Hana-Li Pendery wrings every drop of your and her emotion from every song she sings. Jared Brunson’s ballet skills have impressed across the country and received high acclaim from Dance Magazine.

Joanne X Andrews is a soprano who plays with her voice and music with the energy of a child playing tag. Hugo Miguez and Stacy Kay, the owners of District Dance Academy and international dance partners, choreographers and dance judges will demonstrate their winning style of West Coast Swing. This is in addition to phenomenal artists from the Gulf Coast Dance Theater and Eight O'Clock Theatre themselves; Latoya McCormick, Rachel Crissman, Sarah Roehm, and Paula Broadwater to name a few.

Organized by Producer, Choreographer and Best of the Bay’s 2018 Best Dancer Lyla Menkhaus, these two performances, at 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., will be your only chance ever to experience the artistry of many of these artists, who are usually on tour or who live in other areas. The groups these artists are supporting are the Eight O’Clock Theatre (, a community theater group with impressive credentials and the Gulf Coast Dance Theater, the non-profit performing company of Gulf Coast Dancenter ( that trains young people in ballet and other styles to the highest standard.

Do not let this rarest of rare opportunities pass you by. You will remember this evening forever.

For more information and to virtual and in-person tickets, visit

Specialized seating and virtual attendance available. Social guidelines in place. Masks required.

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Who is Mario Bryant? The Talented Singer Stunned Fox's "I Can See Your Voice" Celebrity Judges

Mario Bryant’s superb rendition of “You’re Gonna Love Me” by Jennifer Hudson brought game host Ken Jeong and celebrity judges – Nicole Scherzinger, DeRay Davis, Russell Peters, Cheryl Hines, and Adrienne Houghton – to their feet after their jaws dropped to the floor.

Triple threat entertainer Mario Bryant is a game changer in the entertainment world. He is classically trained as an opera singer and expertly plays piano and sings genres such as pop, gospel and R&B. He is in demand to sing the National Anthem for pro sports teams.

Multiple Grammy Award-winning Songwriter, Recording Artist and Music Producer David Foster selected Mario Bryant as the winner of his contest, Name Drop. Bryant performed with Foster in a live concert at the Universal Amphitheater in Hollywood, CA.

A rising American popera star, Bryant, a triple threat – singer, songwriter, and pianist, proved that you can't judge talent by their profession or appearance.

I use my voice to reach out to the world not just one race or culture by singing in other languages and combining R&B, pop and opera in my own style.”

— Mario Bryant, a rising American popera entertainer.

HOLLYWOOD, CA, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2020 / — Mario Bryant, a rising American popera star, appeared on the Fox show, "I Can See Your Voice," in Episode 3. Bryant's stand out performance of "You're Gonna Love Me" by Jennifer Hudson brought the host comedian Ken Jeong and celebrity judges: Nicole Scherzinger, DeRay Davis, Russell Peters, Cheryl Hines, and Adrienne Houghton – to their feet after their jaws dropped to the floor. Bryant is a versatile singer with an eclectic style of gospel, pop, R&B and opera.

The American version of the game show, airs Wednesdays on Fox at 9 p.m. PST, is an adaptation of the South Korean series of the same name. Fourteen versions have been produced in thirteen countries. Bryant fooled the judges on "I Can See Your Voice," because they saw him as the supermarket clerk, which is his day job. "I have worked for Stater Brothers for several years and known as the singing produce manager," said Bryant, a dedicated family man and father of two boys. "Singing is my passion and I enjoy working at Stater Brothers and the opportunities offered at the company."

Stater Brothers sponsored a National Anthem contest and Bryant won. "I became the National Anthem singer for all their big events," he said. "Stater Brothers arranged for me to sing the anthem for NASCAR, where I sang in front of 20,000 people!" Bryant also sang the National Anthem for the L.A. Lakers, Los Angeles Angels and Anaheim Ducks. He has performed the National Anthem ten times for the Los Angeles Lakers.

So, who is Mario? A native of Cerritos, California, a multicultural city in Los Angeles County, Bryant was born into a musical family. "Music ran through my veins but I had big footsteps to follow," he said. "My grandfather sang, played the violin, piano, and sax. My grandmother sang and played the organ. My dad was a singer, preacher, drummer, and played organ. For me, the most influential musician in my family was Aunt Jossy who sang opera and gospel and she was a killer choir director."

Even with all that pressure, Bryant, at the age of 4, sang his first solo in his church choir. He was a musical natural and he wanted to learn more. "We didn't have a piano at home but I watched Aunt Jossy and others sing and play the organ in church," said Bryant. "I improvised when I found my father’s typewriter and pretended to play the piano."

His high school performing arts teacher encouraged him to take a different path from hip hop or rap. Bryant envisioned a bigger picture and wanted to use his music to reach out to the world not just one race or culture. While his teachers and other music experts were guiding him towards a music career, his father strongly discouraged him. "He would tell me not to go into music, that I should be a doctor or lawyer," said Bryant. "I blocked him out and continued to pursue my dream."

The tide changed and Bryant's musical horizons were broadened as a student at Cerritos College when he was introduced to the world of classical music. His music instructor was Rhonda Dillon who made her Broadway debut in 1988 in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s, "The Phantom of the Opera." Dillon's voice can be heard on the soundtracks of such films as, "Infidelity," "Like Father Like Son," "Burglar," and "Empire of the Sun."

Dillon recognized his vocal range and encouraged Bryant to sing opera. "Rhonda had a heart-to-heart talk with me," said Bryant. "She told me you have an amazing voice and I suggest you sing opera because there are not too many Black guys doing it and you can be very successful.” If anyone knows talent, it's Dillon who is on the board of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.

Bryant found his niche, fell in love with Italian arias, and mastered opera. His rendition of Luciano Pavarotti's signature piece, 'O sole mio' has been widely hailed.

During those formative years, Bryant was torn between the R&B world and opera. "My mother had always told me that my gift will make room for me,” said Bryant. He finally realized what she’d meant all those years. He didn’t have to choose! He could and expertly does combine pop and opera in a style that’s uniquely his own.

Bryant got a break on the Arsenio Hall Show. "My friend and I headed out to Hollywood to see his show in person. The warm-up guy asked if there is anybody in the audience that can sing," Bryant recalls. "My friend energetically raised her hand and pointed to me and shouted, “Right here, he can sing.” "Without hesitation, the warm-up guy ran up to me and gave me the mic,", he said. "I sang, 'It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday' by Boyz II Men. The warm-up guy stopped me after the first phrase and said, 'You come down here to the stage.' I looked at Arsenio’s music director and said, 'Key of E, please.' They tuned up and I went for it. The audience went insane! The warm-up guy said, 'You come back anytime.' And I did!"

To continue to ride the wave of his musical career affirmation, Bryant entered the award-winning David Foster's contest, "Name Drop." He won and met with Foster to rehearse for a live concert at the Universal Amphitheater in Hollywood, California. The event was attended by several celebrities. "David and his orchestra played for me," said Bryant. "I was super nervous, but I did my thing."

Bryant added, "One of the highlights of the night was the moment Dr. Phil came backstage to congratulate me. He said, 'Great job, I was really impressed'. If David Foster and Dr. Phil liked my performance, then I knew I can do this." Once you hear Bryant sing, you will never forget his voice.

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Multi-Talented Entertainer Mario Bryant Sings on Fox TV’s New Game Show, “I Can See Your Voice” Episode 3

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Ray Charles has one more concert in Africa

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Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir Live – This Is Your House CD

Time Capsule items

Legendary entertainer Ray Charles joins time capsule in Africa to commemorate 400 years of African American History

The President of Equatorial Guinea felt it was more fitting to have the ceremony on the mainland”

— H.E. Anatolio Ndong Mba, Equatorial Guinea Ambassador to United Nations

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, October 25, 2020 / — Don Victor Mooney, President of H.R. 1242 Resilience Project and a resident of Flushing, Queens, ended his two-week visit at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea recently.

Mooney hand-delivered a time capsule to commemorate the 400 years of African American History to H.E. Mr. Simeón Oyono Esono Angue, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.

The time capsule will be buried in the new administrative capital called the City of Peace.

The City of Peace is located in the province of Djibloho on the mainland. It's in the heart of the Equatorial forest, and home to the Afro American University of Central Africa.

Earlier plans called for the time capsule burial in Malabo, which is one of the islands for Equatorial Guinea.

The time capsule included a soundtrack of the legendary soul musician Ray Charles, who was portrayed by Jamie Foxx in the Oscar-winning biopic called Ray. The score was composed by Breyon Prescott and Craig Armstrong.

The album won a Grammy Award and was nominated by The British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA Award) for Best Film Music. The CD was purchased with a gift card donated by Barnes and Noble for Don Victor Mooney's first transatlantic rowing attempt.

For his performance in Ray, Foxx won the Academy Award for Best Actor.

Another CD donated directly by The Brooklyn Tabernacle Church for the same row, called 'This Is Your House' by Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir joined the time capsule.

Other items included artifacts, photos, letters, books, rocks, jewelry, coins, music, citations, journals, proclamations, sugar, tobacco, and cotton.

H.R. 1242 Resilience Project year-long commemoration was dubbed, 400 Years: Resilience, Faith, Healing, and Partnership.

On his fourth try, Mooney became the first African American to row from Africa to New York's Brooklyn Bridge. His boat christened the Spirit of Malabo was sponsored by the government of Equatorial Guinea, with the personal support of H.E. Obiang Ngema Mbasogo, Head of State.

Mooney's mission was to encourage voluntary HIV testing, in memory of his brother that died from AIDS.

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Emil Malak Pens an Op-ed Discussing the Need for Continuous Rapid Testing and Reopening the Economy

Emil Malak, CEO Voip-Pal, well versed in global politics, culture and health


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People should be tested every three days and every business should be equipped with a testing machine like a vending machine, capable of conducting a rapid coronavirus test with results in minutes.”

— Emil Malak

MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA, October 24, 2020 / — CEOCFO Magazine, an independent investment publication that highlights important technologies and companies, today announced it has published an op-ed ( by Voip-Pal CEO Emil Malak. Inc., Voip-Pal (OTCQB: VPLM), a Bellevue, Washington based company is an inventor and pioneer of the switching technology now being used by many of the world's largest telecommunication and social networking companies, without which they could not connect Landline phone calls to Internet phone calls. Mr. Malak has other business ventures and is well versed in global politics and culture.

In this most recent article, Mr. Malak renewed his calls to expand continuous rapid testing as the solution to reopen the world’s economies. Malak wrote, “In the meantime, the only solution to return life to normal is by expanding continuous rapid testing. People should be tested every three days and every business should be equipped with a testing machine like a vending machine, capable of conducting a rapid coronavirus test and delivering results in minutes.”

Mr. Malak cited the recent about face by the World Health Organization saying, “Even the World Health Organization (WHO) has reversed course on lockdowns. The WHO initially told us that lockdowns were necessary to get the virus under control and would be the new normal. Now they have backtracked and realized lockdowns are ineffective and do much more harm than good.”

Malak went on to say, “The United Kingdom and other European countries should cancel their current lockdown plans and replace them with continuous rapid testing of all its population.
Additionally, we need to continue good practices like regular hand washing, maintain social distancing and wearing masks whenever indoors, or whenever near other people when outdoors.”

Mr. Malak also shared his thoughts on a study linking neanderthal genes and severe cases of COVID-19, “Scientists have found a link between neanderthal genes and severe COVID-19 cases. When researchers compared the genetic profiles of about 3,200 hospitalized COVID-19 patients and nearly 900,000 people from the general population, they found that a cluster of genes on chromosome 3 inherited from Neanderthals who lived more than 50,000 years ago is linked with 60% higher odds of needing hospitalization. According to the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, COVID-19 patients that had this gene cluster were also more likely to require artificial breathing assistance. The paper titled “The major genetic risk factor for severe COVID-19 is inherited from Neanderthals” was coauthored by Svante Paabo and Hugo Zeberg and published on September 30, 2020.”

Mr. Malak continued, “This newly discovered connection could be the reason why people in Europe, the Americas, Asia, India, and Indo-European Iran are more likely to develop a more lethal coronavirus than Africa and the Middle East.”

Malak, who has many years of experience dealing with the U.S. patent system hinted he may be writing a future article on the current state of patents in the United States saying, “Unfortunately, owning a U.S. patent today can be meaningless. It is no longer an asset but a liability.”

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Luke ATME Releases New Bilingual Single, Quiero Más

Quiero Más is Available Now on All Major Platforms

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 24, 2020 / — International pop artist, Luke ATME, releases new single, “Quiero Más”. The dual-title represents the different languages of English and Spanish that were featured in the track.

Luke ATME expresses questions and doubts in “Quiero Más”. The dancing between languages in the song mirrors Luke’s internal struggle, causing confusion and instability. “Quiero Más” is for when you're attached to someone that is doing you wrong, but you can't let go. When “you feel it ain't being healthy but at the same time there's a sort of inexplicable reason that it's meant to be,” says Luke. It’s about a toxic relationship, like a drug that you’re addicted to, and you can’t say no.

The contrasting story continues as the relationship was hot and heavy in the summertime but it ended just as quickly as it started. With the sting from the relationship still fresh and strong communication that flows in between, Luke still wants more. Although the song’s story may not be upbeat, the melody of the pop/reggaeton song is, Luke ATME reinvents himself with this poignant new single.

“Quiero Más” is available now on Spotify and all major platforms. Follow Luke ATME on Facebook, and Instagram to stay current on future releases and more.

About Luke ATME

Originally from Naples, Italy, the artist started singing at 14 years old, mainly recording and uploading covers online. As he went through school, Luke ATME, was a part of a dance crew from his hometown, competing in national dance challenges. During this time he would also perform at local events, combining his singing and dancing skills for the first time. Shortly after, he went to the University of West London for music performance, graduating in 2017. The following year he released his first EP, “Loudest!”, led by single “Higher” which played in the UK. Most recently in 2019, the artist has won several awards including, a Golden Award for “Song of the Year'' for his Spanish single “Perdóname", AAA4Success Award “Artist of the Year”, and the Golden Award for “Artist of the Year.”

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Green Pines Media Presents: Social Innovation Vol. 1

Green Pines Media “Doing Social Work Different”, available on Amazon Prime.

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Deena Saunders-Green is “Doing Social Work Different”

LOS ANGELES , CA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2020 / — WHO: Star of Amazon Prime Mini-Documentary “Doing Social Work Different,” Deena Saunders-Green, releases compilation album for transition-aged youth through her for-profit benefit corporation Green Pines media featuring Nakai Love, Nigel Roman, Adreanna Sunsh7ne, Anthony Gray, Mikol & visual artist Jameah.

Nakai Love: Nakai is a soul and R&B singer-songwriter from a small city near Compton CA, called Lynwood. She always knew that music, performance, poetry, and dance were apart of her future. “I have refined my music into heartfelt songs, with a voice that pierces the soul while the lyrics open your heart.”

Nigel Roman: He is a Joshua Tree, California native, a singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist whose music combines the ingredients of traditional jazz, acoustic-driven folk, and 80s era power ballad vocals. His music offers us a look into our own turmoil and inspires forgiveness.

Adreanna Sunsh7ne: She is a 24-year-old singer-songwriter, visual artist, fashionista, and all-around creator. The Paramount, California native has been creating art since she could walk and talk. “My art is abstract and eclectic.”

Mikol: He is a writer, composer, rapper, and father from Southern, California. He represents the Black and Latino culture to build bridges, tell his story, and most importantly to amplify other’s stories. His authenticity, diverse sound, and lyrical depth make Mikol an act worth listening to.

C’Mar The Producer: He is a 27-year-old music producer, songwriter, and father. He started making music in middle school and dancing in his after-school program with laptops and midi keys. He has teamed up with Anthony Gray, a recording artist. “Music is an outlet for me to be able to voice my emotions”.

Anthony Gray Jr: He is the other half of C’Mar The Producer’s duo and a native of Compton, California. The songwriter and recording artist is currently making a difference in his neighborhood through a movement he calls “soul conscious”. His genre is hip-hop driven message infused lyrics.

Jameah Palmer: She is a 21-years-old visual artist from Memphis, Tennessee, and raised in California. She been an artist, painting, drawing, and singing for a little over 10 years. Recently she has found her style of art. “It's a cartoonish type of street art which can also come off as trippy at times.”

WHAT: Green Pines Media is a for-profit benefit corporation that monetizes exceptional art and music for artists who have “aged-out” of foster care, children’s mental health services, and the juvenile justice system. Their goal is to eliminate “I never had a chance.” from the vocabulary of Transition-Aged Youth artists between the ages of 18 & 30.

WHERE: International

WHEN: October 23, 2020

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APPLE MUSIC: Green Pines Media Presents Social Innovation Vol. 1

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SF Music Scene Fixture EVAN WARDELL Releases His Debut Solo Full-Length Album IN LIKE A LION // OUT LIKE A LIGHT

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Evan Wardell – In Like A Lion / Out Like A Light

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA, October 23, 2020 / — An export from the island of Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts, EVAN WARDELL is a musician, producer, and audio engineer now based in San Francisco. Written, performed, produced, recorded, and mixed entirely by EVAN WARDELL (he even created the cover art), the new album IN LIKE A LION // OUT LIKE A LIGHT is a hook-laden indie rock masterpiece that illustrates the pain of addiction, heartbreak, and the all too common struggle just to get out of bed in the morning. Made available online everywhere music is streamed and sold on October 30, 2020, IN LIKE A LION // OUT LIKE A LIGHT is the debut solo full-length album from EVAN WARDELL.

EVAN WARDELL moved to San Francisco in 2009 to study audio engineering and immerse himself in city life. Since then, he has gone from recording in his bedroom to becoming the musical manager at Pianofight (the coolest indie venue in San Francisco), engineering at the historic and renowned Hyde Street Studios, and mixing front of house for audiences of hundreds of people. IN LIKE A LION // OUT LIKE A LIGHT represents at least seven years of songwriting and recording, and as a result offers a chronicle of how EVAN WARDELL has changed over that time as a person, as a songwriter, and even as an audio engineer. Evan says, “To me the album feels like the culmination of everything I've ever learned, and the beginning of something bigger and better.”

EVAN WARDELL produced, recorded, and mixed IN LIKE A LION // OUT LIKE A LIGHT entirely by himself, and offers these services to other artists and producers as well. With flexible rates, a home studio, a small demo studio, and access to Hyde Street Studios, he has the rates and environment to fit your recording needs! For more information please contact

Evan was born and raised on a small rural island off the coast of Massachusetts where he learned how to play music. From the very beginning he wanted to write and record his own material, and everything he does musically has this entrepreneurial drive at its core. He’s played in a few different bands over the years, all the while developing his own voice and engineering abilities. His music blends vitriolic passion with meandering psychedelia into a soup of hook laden indie rock. Throughout 2020 he has been keeping busy, already at work in the studio again and recording some new songs. EVAN WARDELL also does sound design for theater, and as a composer is currently scoring a film, a video game, and even a dance video.

A fixture in the San Francisco music scene, you can find EVAN WARDELL rocking out with the psychedelic Western outfit The Green Door (new album Wolf In The Fold out now!), or in normal times playing his saddest tunes for his bi-weekly live show Sadurday Happy Hour at Pianofight, the city’s coolest hub for performing artists, where he also acts as Musical Technical Manager. EVAN WARDELL was also a member of the SF band Biv and the Mnemonics, whose album The Pace was released to critical acclaim in 2013.

IN LIKE A LION // OUT LIKE A LIGHT is made available online everywhere music is streamed and sold October 30, 2020.

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