Kate Russell/Give Your Love to Me

Kate Russell/Give Your Love to Me by Jim Washburn “A voice as big as Texas” used to be the limit to which a country singer could aspire.  Australia got into the act, with 11 times more open space, and a voice as big as Kate Russell’s to fill it. With her third album, Give Your Love to Me, you might as well give your love to her, because Russell has a voice that could just as easily demand it of you. Even when the US-living Australian country-rock singer/songwriter caresses a lyric, you can sense the emotional power behind it, and…
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“Robin Rudisill” for City Council

  “I’m running for Los Angeles City Council District 11 because I possess a unique mix of private sector accomplishment and public service passion. Career politicians have proven unable or unwilling to solve the issues of homelessness, irresponsible development, traffic, and the basic delivery of services you expect as a resident. My campaign is grassroots and community conscious. Please join me in this movement to put Los Angeles back on the right track by demanding that integrity and ethics be integral to the political process.” For the love of Los Angeles, Mother, Businesswoman, Community and Coastal Advocate Why Vote for…
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Join NCDPI School Counseling Consultant Cynthia Floyd and Lizzie Sider

  Looking forward to talking about bully prevention and the expansion of my Free Bully Prevention Video Package with NCDPI School Counseling Consultant, Cynthia Floyd, during our Dec 14 Bully Prevention Webinar! To register for this webinar, go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1084169421074133249 #bullyprevention #nobodyhasthepowertoruinyourday #NHTPTRYD#Butterfly NCDPI School Counseling Bullying Prevention Webinar with Lizzie Sider December 14th, 2016, 1:00 – 2:00 PM Join NCDPI School Counseling Consultant Cynthia Floyd in a webinar interview with Nashville recording artist, Lizzie Sider, as we discuss her national anti-bullying campaign and free resources for schools. Lizzie Sider is an 18-year-old Nashville Music Country Chart Top 40 recording artist, but…
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“Lizzie Goes To Washington”

                                               THE INSIDER   CAT BALLOU This summer has been a dream come true! I’m proud to have been part of the cast of  THE BALLAD OF CAT BALLOU. I played 3 different roles: the “holy roller” Sister Sharon, the sultry Chester, and the home-town girl turned teacher turned outlaw, Cat Ballou. The best part was playing alongside incredible actors and friends at one of my favorite places on Earth, The Jackson Hole Playhouse. BULLY PREVENTION  Since then, my bully prevention foundation, NOBODY HAS THE POWER TO RUIN YOUR…
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Streaming doesn’t stop stealing: New research on digital piracy

Original content found here. The issue: Most of us wouldn’t walk into a shop and pocket a DVD without paying for it. But research shows many have few qualms about stealing intangible items – downloading pirated copies of movies or music, for example. A 2016 paper in Social Neuroscience found less brain activity in an area typically associated with moral questions when people imagined illegally downloading copyrighted material than when they imagined stealing a physical object. Piracy wasn’t much of a problem for the entertainment industry until the 1990s and the birth of Napster, which allowed web users to share music…
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Presidential Election Process Leaves Country Out of Oxygen

Tess Cacciatore Explains Why Everyone Needs to Vote In Her New Book, “Homeless to the White House” Cacciatore Will Be Releasing an Excerpt of Her Trilogy “Homeless to the White House” you can Read The First Chapter During Her Interview On the Life Changes Network on October 24th. She will Discuss the Parallels to the Congolese Election Coming up in December and the Importance of Voting. Tess Cacciatore, Author, Social Entrepreneur will appear on a variety of radio shows beginning with The Life Changes Network hosted by Filippo Voltaggio on October 24th, 2016 to discuss the importance of keeping centered in…
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“Young singer stands up to bullies with Fox 411”

Lizzie Sider did a great job at Fox 411.  On Oct. 18, 2016 – 5:34 – In the Zone: Diana Falzone talks to singer Lizzie Sider about her bully prevention video that she hopes will help curb the bullying epidemic in the United States “Loved coming back to Fox411 to chat with Diana Falzone about this important topic!” says Lizzie. Below, is what Lizzie is currently emailing out. Dear Principals, Counselors, Teachers, Parents and Superintendents, Hi. My name is Lizzie Sider. I am 18 years old and proud to be a Nashville Music Row Country Chart, two time, “Top 40”…
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Published HERE Kim Guthrie Appointed President Of Cox Media Group 10 Questions with… Aaron Lewis www.aaronlewismusic.com Dot Records Kim Guthrie COX ENTERPRISES will up KIM GUTHRIE to President of COX MEDIA GROUP succeeding BILL HOFFMAN, who will retire at the end of the year after a 38-year career in media. GUTHRIE will assume the role on JANUARY 1st, 2017 and will report to COX ENTERPRISES EVP/COO ALEX TAYLOR. “KIM has been with COX for nearly 20 years and is an inspirational leader who has helped our media properties transform,” said COX ENTERPRISES Pres./CEO JOHN DYER. “She played a key role…
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17 Ways to Kill a Music Career

The following is found here: http://goo.gl/2orxdQ Monday, June 9, 2014 by Paul Resnikoff Just some of the things I learned by reading The Music Industry Self Help Guide, just released by Mike Repel (buy the book here).  If you’re doing any of these things, stop it right now. (1) Having a shitty, entitled attitude. If you’re showing up late for gigs, not rehearsing, not supporting your scene, being a dick to your bandmates, and not working slavishly to cultivate your audience online and off, you’re doing a great job of killing your potential career.  Now more than ever, the future…
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“THINK YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?” “GOING TO NASHVILLE?” FOOD FOR THOUGHT

10 Things Not To Do In Nashville Nashville’s music business is just that, a business. And like any other business, there is a casual sort of protocol, however laid back the vibe of the place might be. Violating certain unspoken rules can mark you as anything from an outsider to a full-blown beginner who hasn’t done his homework. After working in the industry for twenty-five years, I have compiled a mental list of Nashville no-nos and hopefully they will save you from making a few of the mistakes that many make. Nashville’s Music Row, the Country Music capitol of the…
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