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  • Cannata Reaches Back to Classic Songs on My Back Pages Volume 1

    There are 14 tracks on My Back Pages Volume 1 and everyone is a masterpiece given new life and meaning by Cannata. Music fans will instantly recognize and relate to fantastic covers of tracks like “Eight Miles High” and “Turn Turn Turn”.

    (Filed: Thu Feb 19 2009)
  • Desert Road Publishing Launches 'One Acts of Note'

    The anthology of notable 2008 one-act plays includes works from Walter Dalton, Sharon Yablon, David Miguel Estrada, John Ireland, Carol Schlanger, Bill Mesce Jr., Scott Brooks, Dan Guyton, George Freek, John Lane, Gerry Sheridan, Olivia Arieti, Christine Emmert, Brendan Andolsek Bradley, Jonson Yuhn, and Ariel Marks.

    (Filed: Fri Feb 13 2009)
  • La Fleur Fatale In The Studio Recording Sophomore Album

    Night Generation is also being offered for a free download at swedishinvasion.com, the LFF U.S. home on the web. To date the album has been downloaded in its entirety over 1,100 times and counting.

    (Filed: Fri Feb 13 2009)
  • Greg Skaff Releases Instrumental Jazz CD East Harlem Skyline

    The soulful funkiness of the Hammond organ comes pouring through with energy and harkens back to the day that Booker T & The MGs where making the use of the organ more of the standard rather than the added piece of equipment that filled in the holes of a track.

    (Filed: Tue Feb 10 2009)
  • Fabricated Tales Rock the Memoir Writing World: National Association of Memoir Writers Sheds Light o

    The National Association of Memoir Writers is concerned about the increasing number of false memoirs rattling nerves in the publishing community as well as with publishers and agents. The fabrications are casting a shadow of shame and disbelief on memoir writers and those who are passionate about the genre. Authors who were about to submit a memoir for publication are worried that they will no longer be welcome in the publishing world. In the future, how much will memoirists have to “prove” their story to be true?

    (Filed: Thu Jan 29 2009)
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