beautiful music for the season!
New Artist Soars onto the Scene with Pair of Heartfelt Holiday Singles
Dec 2020 (New York, NY) — Over the last quarter century, Singer/Songwriter (and former Judge) Chris St. John has truly led a diverse and successful professional career in the field of law. Now, his dream of lateral success in the music business is starting to become a reality, with his instantly satisfying first musical releases, “It’s Christmas Day,” and “Baby in a Manger,” which are available now – just in time for the holidays.
“These are two songs I wrote on Christmas, about 10 years apart. They are not Christmas songs in the traditional sense, but they are very spiritual. They are prayers, really,” he added.
Listen to 90.3 WHPC-FM between 9pm – 11pm on Monday December 28th and hear both tunes PREMIERE LIVE on air and online at www.nccradio.org
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Marriage in the Age of COVID: Patchogue Nurse and Wedding Officiant Recovers to Offer Community Ceremonies
How wonderful! Blessings to all
Leann Pisano and the Long Island Wedding Chapel Giving Complimentary Services for Front Line Workers, EMT, Police and Military
PATCHOGUE, NY (December, 2020) – When Wedding Officiant and Nurse to be Leann Pisano and her Husband were stricken with COVID 19 and survived – with a little help from their front line friends – they wanted to give back to those who served them, and who continue to do so every day to get us all back to some semblance of normalcy. To affect something good for the neighborhood and be thankful to breathe another day.
To this point, Tuesday December 22, 2020, the couple will be offering FREE intimate socially distanced and mask conscious Marriage Ceremonies to all Hospital Workers, EMT, Police and Military at their Long Island Wedding Chapel, located at 124 Medford Ave, Suite C, Patchogue, New York, 11772. By appointment, naturally. They are Bi-lingual, Gay Marriage…
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Teacher, Mother, Musician and Author Tara Drouin Celebrates the Importance of Keeping Family First in New Book “Red Rock Road”
I hope you will read this adorable book and listen to the happy song written by my daughter Tara Eberle Drouin. I could not be more proud also because the story is about out home in the Catskill Mountains of New York. All Good things
Book/Song Highlights the Happiness Created by Mutual Loving Support and Cooperation Among Relatives
Dec, 2020 (Long Island, NY) – COVID 19 has stopped most of our in-person 2020 plans in their tracks; making this another season of ZOOM calls, blown kisses and screen hugs. So, Teacher, Musician and Author Tara Drouin is helping to remind us of the simple joy of bringing family together with her new book and accompanying song, entitled “Red Rock Rd”.
Red Rock Road is a read and sing-along picture book for beginner readers which is a great medium of learning through rhyme and repetition. The book inspired by writer Tara Drouin’s parents’ home is a beautiful log cabin tucked away in the Catskill Mountains, in New York. The catchy tune and bright Illustrations create a fun and engaging method to teach children about the importance of…
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Tantalizing Troupe Presents Gorgeous Classical Renditions of Beatles Favs
Nov 2020 (New York, NY) — “Penny Lane”, the new release from singer/songwriter Jeff Lake and his classical music compadres in Cellophane Flowers, is available now on Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, and all the major music services. Hard copy CDs are also due to be released to retail in January.
Jeff Lake & Cellophane Flowers put a new spin on the music of The Beatles by turning to an older form of music — classical music!
The group replaces electric guitars with violins & cello for its core sound while adding traces of modern production, acoustic guitar & Lake’s smooth vocal delivery. While tracks such as “Penny Lane” take a minimalistic baroque-era approach — string quartet & voice — other tracks such as “Within You Without…
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watch the ;peace will come! Peace Peace Peace
Multi-Talented Keyboardist Paints a Positive Picture for the Future Despite the Current Social Strife in America
September 2020 (New York, NY) — “Peace Will Come”, the new single/video from Long Island based Singer/Songwriter/Producer/Music Industry Executive Teddy Wender, is now available on Spotify, YouTube, Amazon, Apple Music.
In six months, our world has irreversibly changed. An invisible virus has ravaged the globe, devastating families and changing the way that humans have behaved since the dawn of time.
Yet despite these isolating and threatening circumstances, millions have come together to remind us that real change comes when we unite during difficult times. The time for peace, safety and equality for ALL people is right now.
“Peace Will Come” is an anthem of love, peace, equality, and hope. The love child of native New Yorkers, Teddy Wender…
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LIIFE GOES ON! The 23rd Annual Long Island International Film Expo to Show Virtual and Drive-In Movies, September 30 – Oct 8, 2020
so happy to see great events still happening!
Top Independent International Film Festival To Deliver Much of This Year’s Content Digitally and Will Host Two Outdoor Cinema Nights at Samanea Mall in Garden City
New York, NY (SEPTEMBER 2020) – The Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) is the premiere filmmaker community on Long Island, and one of the most respected festivals of its kind in the world; showing almost 200 short and feature-length films in many different genres each year. Sponsored by the Long Island Film-TV Foundation (LIFTF), the County of Nassau, the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency and Gold Coast Studios, this year the 23rd Annual installment will be held from September 30th – October 8th 2020 and will include two nights of drive-in movies on Friday October 2nd and Saturday October 3rd at 7 PM and 10 PM the at Samanea Mall, 1504 Old Country Rd, Westbury NY. This year, LIIFE’s films will also be…
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where do we go from here, a smaller home to care for
with postage stamp yard
the dream realized or never truly awakened
the children all grown now, it’s been awhile
does one really need a reason, there are so many
or an excuse, I can find a few
yet who would I be talking to?
who would care to hear?
the voice inside me needs to speak
still trapped inside
after all these years
“well you need love, it’s the only thing that’s worth thinking of
it’s the only thing that’s worth dreaming of”..
words from a very young “flower child” back in the late sixties early 70’s, truthfully I don’t remember.
I still believe it to be true.
Here’s the song, now out there in cyberspace thanks to my son Rick.
it’s me singing and on guitar and a special friend, Billy McEwan on Banjo.
It was recorded at his house on a portable cassette player.
I hope you enjoy it in it’s very primitive form.