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April showers

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And it's that time of the year where we are looking for the signs of growth and development in our businesses. This has been a busy time, of which more later, but first, a big congratulations to John Wayre who has his composition (produced by EQS) Playtime accepted for regular plays by MTV USA. John is a great example of clients who is always looking to get his music exposed and earning real MONEY!! Well done, sir - you are an inspiration!

This has been such a varied time. Last week we had six classical singers recording adaptations of Mozart (Robin Willow) followed jeux de poker next day by Francia  singing her own compositions in Swahili. Great fun and she was very complimentary about the track we put together.

Mike Maclachlan, capitalising on his recent song movie placement in Germany, was in doing a new song - sung by the ever wonderful Alice Hamilton. If you haven't seen Alice's (aka Miss Practice) recent appearance at The Original Songwriters in FYMFYG at Bethnal Green, visit Alice will be back at TOS on Wed 9th June - it will be nice to see you there. TOS is an evening dedicated to the exposure of songwriters - check it out - it could be something that benefits you.

Gema Gold, recent winner of the Kosher Song Contest has been in singing some great songs. Brilliant singer with great prospects.

Other clients include Phil Ryan, Rasheed, Jeff Bannister and Julienne, John Miller,  Silhouette (v original artiste), Dave Whittle who travelled down from North Yorks. the wonderfully talented composer and pianist, Brian Dee (working with equally gifted singer, Paul Wood) and the multi-talented Irish folk group, Corrib.



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