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  • Marks And Leary Capture The Groove Of The Woodstock Era!

    Drawing influences from classic Rock and Roll, the unique music of Marks and Leary offers listeners dance music with a nostalgic feel. Emmaretta Marks and George Leary met in Jimi Hendrix’s Manhattan office and were set to become permanent members in his new band before his death. They’ve taken Jimi Hendrix’s style and created a funky Rock inspired sound that gets listeners in the mood to groove. The new album from Marks and Leary "Rocking Rhythm and Soul Woodstock Dance Night Band" is the perfect disc for fans of music from the Woodstock era updated to fit a more modern sound.

    (Filed: Mon Mar 22 2010)
  • Stan Lee, Animation Ink, and Vanguard Productions Launch LA Rock'n Comic-Con

    FAME LA , Vanguard Productions, and Animation Ink, in cooperation with Desert Wind Comics, announce the LA Rock’n Comic-Con 2010 at the Pasadena Convention Center featuring Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee and an ever-growing list of stars from the worlds of film, comics, music, and animation.

    (Filed: Mon Mar 15 2010)
  • Rachael Lynée Burns Named Miss Fort Worth International 2010

    Kristin Koether, Executive State Director of the Miss Texas International Pageant, and the International Pageant officials have named Rachael Lynée Burns Miss Fort Worth International 2010. She will be competing for the Miss Texas International title this March.

    (Filed: Sun Mar 14 2010)
  • Barbara Carrera launches new website for her artwork

    Barbara Carrera – best known for her role as the lethal assassin “Fatima Blush” in the 1983 James Bond movie Never Say Never Again – has launched a new website to promote her original and reproduction works of art.

    (Filed: Fri Mar 12 2010)
  • Former General Electric Blue Collar Worker Self Publishes Two Books

    After his retirement in 2003, Robert Elias Ballard helped his local library compile and publish a local book as a fund raiser. It was while helping with this project Ballard became interested in writing. Following the suggestion of a friend, Ballard decided to self publish the stories and tales he had written about his growing up years.

    (Filed: Fri Mar 12 2010)
  • Legacy of Legendary Western Artist Kenneth M. Freeman Protected by Fine Art Registry Patented Identi


    As Bonnie Adams-Freeman, Curator of the artistic legacy of her late husband, legendary Western artist Kenneth M. Freeman, launches the traveling Kenneth M. Freeman Legacy Exhibition Artist at Work, currently at the Booth Western Art Museum in Atlanta, she has decided to protect his originals and limited edition prints using the Fine Art Registry patented, secure, tagging and registration system

    (Filed: Sun Mar 07 2010)
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