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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 8 months ago
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Singer Olvisa Kay
If you're an aspiring musical artist and you recently missed 10-year-old singing sensation Olivia Kay tell Barbara Walters on “The View” that she’s been working with Next Star Now – then listen up!

NextStarNow.com is an online service that helps aspiring musical artists share their talents with the world. All genres are welcomed and there is no cost to the artist or the fans. Yep -- you read that correctly -- it’s 100% free!

Sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not. It really is that simple. Of course, you might eventually have to deal with a little advertising on the site, but what site doesn’t have that?!

I found out that NextStarNow.com helped Olivia hook up with a videographer and producer for her first music video, which then went viral with over 600,000 views. This lead to Olivia appearing on “The View”, where she touted NextStarNow.com as helping her land a meeting with Disney Exec’s and assisting her with the prep work to record her first single.
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Article by misscrazel posted 8 months ago
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Your one last wish,
You’ll cry into the night,
On your death bed,
Dying,
How will they remember you,
When you’re gone?
Six feet,
Underground,
You lay,
In a coffin filled with silk,
Wilted flowers strewn about,
How will they remember you,
When you’re not around?
They throw dirt,
Over your grave,
Your unseeing eyes,
Wide open,
All of your,
Hearts desires are gone,
Your mind no longer corrupted,
How will they remember you,
When you’re gone?
Six feet,
Underground,
You lay,
In a coffin filled with silk,
Wilted flowers strewn about,
How will they remember you,
When you’re not around?
Five bullets,
Implanted in your pale skin,
Your face is all red and white,
It’s your turn,
Is there life after death?
Tell me now.
How will they remember you,
When you’re gone?
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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 8 months ago
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THE SHAMS
If you’re like me, then St. Patrick’s Day only whet your appetite for all-things Irish. Well, you’re in luck because I just discovered an Irish band you’ll want to check out: The Shams.

Based in San Francisco, The Shams are now venturing out of their comfort zone and launching their rebel sound to the rest of us. This week The Shams have two live shows in Los Angeles at two landmark Irish pubs: Finn McCool’s in Santa Monica on April 3rd and Molly Malone's on April 5th.

Not in L.A.? Don’t worry. You can hear the group online unveil their two new singles “One and All” and “Sick to Death” during an upcoming appearance on the LA Talk Radio program “Relevant Music & Muse,” hosted by Guy Towe on April 5th at 7pm PT. Click here to listen

Not your average band, The Shams will grab your attention from the first note offering up a hard rocking, punked-up beat combined with fiddle playing and pure vocals. Front man and lead vocalist Sean Daly explains, "The Shams are not your stereotypical Irish band singing about the drink. While we do have a song or two...
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