Rising singer Kim Smith is getting ready to release his debut album, NOVA! Check out his first single and video for the very catchy, fun, high energy song "Jealous," available for purchase at Amazon.com and iTunes.
I entered Just Salad's contest to win one of their limited edition Pink Bowls. You had to tell them, why you deserve one. So, I did what I do best, I wrote a song about why I should get a Pink Bowl. I posted my video on Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook, and Just Sald RT my tweet! So excited! As soon as I hear if I won, I will let you all know. Check out the video below as well as Just Salad's RT!
With the release of his fourth record, It's Our Night, Jason Dottley, (from Sordid Lives: The Series) is on top of his game! His video for the song, filmed in the likes of my favorite Madonna video Bad Girl, has Jason out on the town, protecting the innocent and finding love, in this action-packed video. I think this video gives a new dimension to Jason, for he is quite good in his James Bondesque role. If this song is any indication of what's to come, the full length album is gonna ROCK! Jason's voice has really grown since he released Pop It, Party Round The World, and Hit Play. Check out the video below, then go to iTunes and buy the single!
Jason Dottley's It's Our Night
Madonna Bad Girl
Here's your chance to see the new Off-Broadway comedy Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen at a discounted rate:
RISE AND FALL OF A TEENAGE CYBERQUEEN
380 Broadway at White Street, 4th Floor
Limited Engagement: FEBRUARY 28th thru MARCH 17th
$15.00 (Reg. Price: $18.00)
For tickets, visit http://riseandfall.brownpapertickets.com, call (800) 838-3006 or visit the box office of the Access Theater (on the day of the performance) and enter or mention code: SceneQueen.
What happens in cyberspace does not stay in cyberspace...
In the Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen, everyone in a small town is searching for something online. Love. Sex. Popularity.
What they don't realize is the internet is a masquerade. Video cams play tricks with your eyes. Online chat rooms strip away anonymity. Self-deception is disguised as the truth. Inevitably, cyberspace exacts a price when people are no longer able to hide.
Challenging and thought-provoking, Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen takes a provocative, unflinching look at the internet and the impact of the image we project online. Exploring the dangers of cyberspace, this compelling play unravels the intertwining lives of a family, exposing their lies and tracking their downward spiral while shedding a light of compassion and wisdom.
Wed through Sat at 8:00PM and Sun at 7:00PM (no performance on Wed, Feb 27th).
Access Theater is located at 380 Broadway at White Street, NYC (2 blocks South of Canal) on the 4th Floor; N/R train or 1/6/A/C/E to Canal St.
Offer subject to availability and may be revoked at any time. Blackout dates may apply. Not valid for prior purchases and cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions. All sales final; no refunds or exchanges. Telephone and internet orders are subject to standard BrownPaperTickets.com service fees.
For more information, visit www.thelabratsnyc.com.
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Check out the Official Music Video of LIVE THE DREAM by rising country music and Broadway star Rachel Potter, with cameos by Ricky Martin, Orfeh, Marty Thomas, Michael Cerveris, Max Von Essen, and Constantine Maroulis. Click here to purchase Rachel's LIVE THE DREAM EP!