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Female Emcee DJ Ms. Eclectic Releases Single 'Love It {An Old School Ode)'
 
(Los Angeles, CA) - A person who is defined as being eclectic is one who does not follow any one system, but instead, selects and uses what are considered the best elements of all systems. With her creative emcee stylings and new single, "Love It," DJ Ms. Eclectic is bringing back the feeling you get when listening to an old school jam, while infusing new school aesthetics which ultimately generates an Eclectic Musical Experience.

Following Eclectic's buzz-worthy 2018 Christmas single "Crimson Holiday", she has now released her new Christian Hip Hop single, "Love It (An Old School Ode)". The vibrant, upbeat track embodies the groove of 80s and 90s jams and summer parties that would last all night while the DJ created an electrifying uninhibited atmosphere on the dance floor.

"Love It (An Old School Ode)" is available on all digital and streaming music outlets now. The single is produced by the incomparable Tone Jonez and features vocals by the phenomenal Opera and Jazz singer Chelsi Om'nira. It's the perfect addition to your Gospel skate, youth party, workout session or personal jam playlist.

Eclectic has also been added to the New Praise Radio lineup. Her new show "The Traffic Jam Mixdown" can be heard every Friday at 5:20PM Eastern on www.NewPraiseRadio.com.


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Ava Rowland Releases New Music Video for 'California Gypsies
 
(Nashville, TENN) - Pop Country singer and songwriter Ava Rowland world premiered a new music video for the "California Gypsies" single on YouTube. It showcases Ava's dynamic vocal abilities, the video was shot on-location in and around Malibu and Beverly Hills, California, and was directed by Josh Sikkema.

"California Gypsies" is the third release from Ava's 2018 EP," Polaroid Picture," and is likely it's most upbeat and feel good melody the up-and-coming pop-country singer has released to date.

"Polaroid Picture" was produced by well-known Nashville songwriter Britton Cameron, whose tour credits include Toby Keith, Hootie and the Blowfish and Leann Rimes. On working with Cameron to bring the song to life, Rowland says it was a thrill being in the studio with him.

When Ava isn't working on music, she can be found advocating Rachel's Challenge, a program on anti-bullying, and looking for the best in others while treating them with compassion. The organization was founded in the memory of Columbine High School shooting victim Rachel Scott.

Ava Rowland In Concert:

AUG 24 - Lorain County Fair / Wellington, Ohio
AUG 31 - The Smokehouse Lodge & Cabins / Monteagle, Tenn.
SEP 13 - Johnny Malloy's Irish Sports Pub / Medina, Ohio
SEP 14 - Country Roads Music Fest / New London, Ohio
NOV 09 - Red Iron Bar & Grill / Wellington, Ohio
For Ava's complete show schedule, please visit: AvaRowland.com

About Ava Rowland:
From performing at Nashville's legendary Bluebird Café and Puckett's to taking the stage at festivals throughout Kansas, Ohio, and Kentucky, Ava Rowland is a talent worth keeping an eye on. The contemporary country music artist cites an eclectic list of artistic inspirations ranging from Carrie Underwood to Lauren Daigle to Selena Quintanilla to Elvis Presley.

Ava's debut EP, Polaroid Picture, was produced by well-known Nashville songwriter Britton Cameron, who has toured with Toby Keith, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Leann Rimes. The songs on Polaroid Picture carry deeply personal messages, including "My Last Words," which was inspired by the Parkland school shooting in Florida and "Indiana Ohio," which explores the hardships that come with long-distance relationships.

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Jazz Guitarist Livingston Taylor is Performing at the Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick, Maryland September 28, 2019

(Frederick, MD) -  Jazz guitarist Livingston Taylor is performing at the Weinberg Center for the Arts (20 West Patrick Street, 21701) in Frederick, MD on September 28, 2019 in celebration of over 50 years of making music.

Livingston Taylor's career as a professional musician has spanned 51 years. He maintains a performance schedule of more than a hundred shows a year, delighting audiences with his unique brand of popular music which includes mostly original repertory from his thirteen albums. In addition to his performance schedule, Livingston is a full professor at Berklee College of Music, passing on the extensive knowledge gained from his long career on the road to the next generation of musicians.

 

Hitting 11 cities, this intimate and immersive concert experience will showcase Brian's well-known songs including in personal settings that will allow fans to connect to Wilson's heart and music.

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Urban-Jazz Saxophonist Reggie Codrington Returns with New Single 'Against the Odds'

(Fayetteville) - Reggie Codrington learned that the antioxidants in cherries can help reduce pain and inflammation for his mother andit became the inspiration behind October 8, 2019 released of "Cherry Sweet," the joyous first single from the Urban-Jazz saxophonist. The single is off of his "Against The Odds" album from M.A.N.D.A.T.E. Records.


Known for commingling Contemporary Jazz, old-school Soul and Dancefloor Funk, Codrington wrote "Cherry Sweet" for his 11th album, which was produced by Robert "Bullet" Harris. The son of trumpeter Ray Codrington, who accompanied Little Richard, Gladys Knight and Jackie Wilson, Reggie Codrington learned to read music when he was five.

Codrington studied music at Howard University and later debuted as a solo artist in 1990 with "Never Let You Go." He's opened for Ramsey Lewis, Charlie Wilson, Frankie Beverly & Maze, Peabo Bryson, Kenny Latimore, Kim Waters and Kevin Toney, and has recorded with renowned musicians Jeff Lorber, Nils, Paul Jackson Jr., the late Ricky Lawson and Toney. A highlight came when he was invited to perform at President Barak Obama's second inaugural ball and the Black Caucus Ball. Another was when he dueted with his father on the saxman's "Always in Motion" album (2015). The Fayetteville, North Carolina native is a regular on the concert and Jazz festival circuits. Titling his latest offering "Against The Odds" is a nod to the unlikely career that's been made possible by overcoming his disability. 

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