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Music and Arts: Sha Bandzz Donates Proceeds From ‘Watch Me Work’ to Coronavirus Cure

Music and Performers NEWS: -- "Watch Me Work" - the EP released February 1, 2020 - is the first project the industry gets to see from the new young artist Sha Bandzz. The long-awaited debut EP from Sha Bandzz "Watch me Work" is available now on your favorite source to purchase music online.

Publishing: ‘Bipolar is NOT an STD’ made it to the Best New Bipolar Disorder Books and Best Bipolar Disorder Books of...

Publishing NEWS: -- Dr. Lauren Goodall, PsyD, author of "Bipolar is not an STD" (ISBN: 978-1089401507) takes notice of her two "Best Book" achievements for her outstanding self-help book. BookAuthority, ranked her book at #11 in Best Bipolar Disorder books of all time, and #6 in 2020's best Bipolar books.

FILM: Aaron Ozee Entertains Families On COVID-19 Lockdown Debuting His ‘Regulus’ Movie Early

Film NEWS: -- Aaron Ozee, celebrity author of the bestselling children's book, "Regulus" (ISBN: 978-1387010790), has chosen to debut the Regulus movie, ahead of the July 25, 2020 release date, for a limited duration to entertain those who have been subjected to lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Publishing: Aubade Publishing Achieves Publishing Goal One Year Early: Releases Eight Titles in 2020

Publishing NEWS: -- Aubade Publishing, a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), is steadily growing, expanding and exceeding its business expectations. It's scheduled to release eight titles in 2020 - four poetry collections, three novels and one memoir.

Music and Arts: Arizona Grand Ole Opry Tribute to Bill Bassett

Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts Foundation will host a "Tribute to Bill Bassett in the Grand Ole Opry Style" concert on Sunday, March 22, at 3 p.m. in the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts, 210 Camp Lincoln Road in Camp Verde.

Music and Arts: Singer-Songwriter, Joe Iadanza Brings 1970s-inspired Aesthetic to the Southeast on Tour March 19-26, 2020

Music and Performers NEWS: -- In support of his latest album, "COMMON MAN," Long Island-based singer/songwriter Joe Iadanza will embark on his first tour of the southeastern United States in over ten years.

Publishing: Award Winning Brand Architect and Marketing Mogul Ericka Pittman announces the release of her highly anticipated memoir

Publishing NEWS: -- The Oracle Group International announces the publication of "WHAT MOMMY NEVER TOLD YOU: A Woman's Guide to the Next Phase of Life" (Scribe Publishing; Paperback; March 2020; $25; ISBN: 978-1734194708) by award-winning, brand architect and entrepreneur Ericka Pittman.

Music and Arts: Performing Arts Center Hosts Celtic Music Matinee

Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts Foundation will host a concert of Irish and Scottish music by the Kilted Spirit band, with bagpiper Mike McKee, on Sunday, March 15, 2020 at 3 p.m. at the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts, 210 Camp Lincoln Road, in Camp Verde

Music and Arts: Mateo Blanco: American dreamer turned successful American tenor

Music and Performers NEWS: -- Mateo Blanco, an accomplished musician and celebrated visual artist, is re-releasing his debut album "Mateo Blanco 724," in honor of its 10th anniversary.

Music and Arts: Zepet Releases New Single ‘Call Me When You Break Up’

Music and Performers NEWS: -- Pop rock artist Zepet specializes in the sunny indie pop that dominated the airwaves in the early 2000's. His latest single release, "Call Me When You Break Up," is joyously melancholy and filled to the brim with memorable melodies.

Publishing: Landscape Design Book Follows Cookbook Format with DIY Garden Recipes

Publishing NEWS: -- "Garden Design Recipes: Design Without the Designer" (ISBN: 978-1734260007) by April Harden is a DIY-garden design book that provides easy-to-follow instructions. Set up in a recipe-style format, there are garden design recipes for how to create 75 different gardens in multiple zones across the country.

Publishing: Groundbreaking New Book Fills Dire Needs in Unexplained Pediatric Deaths

Publishing NEWS: -- The SUDC Foundation recently published a first-of-its kind book, "Unexplained Pediatric Deaths: Investigation, Certification and Family Needs" (ISBN: 978-0998904320) a collaboration between the National Association of Medical Examiners (NAME) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), which establishes the first ever national consensus guidelines in the U.S. to fill crucial needs to determine why unexplained pediatric deaths happen and how to support families after these tragedies.

Music and Arts: JH ARTS CORP. Presents South Korean Pianist Dr. Bong-A Jung Debut Recital at Weill Recital Hall – Carnegie...

Music and Performers NEWS: -- JH ARTS CORP. announces that Dr. Bong-A Jung, 1st prize winner at the Pi Kappa Lambda Music Competition and recipient of the Olga Gagliardi Getto Award, is making her Carnegie Hall debut as a solo recitalist on Thursday, February 20, 2020, at 8 p.m. The grand pianist has appeared previously at Carnegie Hall but as a chamber musician.

Music and Arts: 27th Annual Blind Willie McTell Music Festival Lineup Announced

Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Activities Council of Thomson proudly announces the lineup of musicians for the 27th Annual Blind Willie McTell Music Festival. This year's date for the iconic day of great roots music is Saturday May 2, 2020, in Thomson, Georgia.

Music and Arts: Indie-Rock Singer-Songwriter Ryan Chernin Releases Moving New Single, ‘FaceTime’

Music and Performers NEWS: -- Indie-rock singer-songwriter Ryan Chernin, whose debut single on Inhuman Records, "Look Right," rocketed up to 25 on Mediabase's AC Chart, just under Ariana Grande's "Breathin," has just released an edgy new single for 2020, "FaceTime." His debut single also climbed to 24 on Digital Radio Tracker's Top 150.

Music and Arts: Ninety-Six-Year-Old Marine Releases New Commemorative Song

Music and Performers NEWS: -- On Wednesday February 12, 2020 at 1 p.m., come meet and greet a ninety-six-year-old marine, Gene Christie, as he releases his CD containing a song to honor his fellow Marines in the 5th Division who won the Battle of Iwo Jima at great sacrifice.

Publishing: ‘American Daughter’ Captivates Readers Revealing a Family’s Dark Secrets, Intergenerational Trauma, and a Daughter’s Quest for Redemption

Publishing NEWS: -- "AMERICAN DAUGHTER" (ISBN: 978-1632992529) tells an extraordinary story of trauma, healing and transcendence in this powerful memoir by Stephanie Thornton Plymale. As CEO and visionary of the Heritage School of Interior Design - the premier interior design school on the west coast - she kept her past a fiercely guarded secret.

FILM: Conch Shell Productions and Milton G. Bassin PAC Announce 2nd Annual Hear Her Call Caribbean-American Women’s Theater Festival

Film NEWS: -- Conch Shell Productions - in collaboration with Milton G. Bassin Performing Arts Center at York College - will present the second annual HEAR HER CALL CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN WOMEN'S THEATER FESTIVAL 2020 Thursday March 5 - Saturday March 7, 2020.

FILM: Women and The Vote NYS Initiative Honors State Suffragists

Film NEWS: -- Women and the Vote NYS announces that a new initiative, timed to coincide with the 19th Amendment Centennial, is being launched to develop a mobile-friendly online database with interactive map of gravesites across New York State of the suffragists who worked tirelessly to bring about women's right to vote.

FILM: Aaron Ozee Prepares ‘Regulus’ Movie Global Release After Wrapping Production

Film NEWS: -- Aaron Ozee, the author of the bestselling children's book, "Regulus" (ISBN: 978-1387010790), has announced the development of the Regulus movie has wrapped two months ahead of schedule. Bizarros Studio, the animation group responsible for having purchased the "Regulus" film rights, coordinated production on the Regulus movie from their official headquarters located in the city of Bogota, Columbia

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