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Your First Weekend On The Rebound

Thanks to everyone who has purchased the download or CD of ON THE REBOUND. What a joyful noise. I really believe in this record. I want the world to hear it, and that starts with you!

In case you missed the announcement on Tuesday, you can get the record through...

or contact me for an autographed hard copy!

It will be the best $10 you spend on music this year.

Here's some news:

if you haven't joined the Celebration at facebook, go now! Join the party and then invite your friends to check out ON THE REBOUND (OTR). Simple and fun. You can post your opinions about the album, you can show off your party dress and post a picture. It's a forum for you the fans, friends and family. One goal is to get enough exposure that when I pursue late night TV appearances the fan base for my music will be substantially larger than a month ago.

I'm getting a lot of internet radio play already. I can hardly keep up with it. Thank goodness my one man office, Jason is keeping up to speed with all of it. Cheers, Jason! Anyway, surf the web and you will land on a blogger/webradio station playing cuts from OTR.

Finally, ooooh.... You've learned the songs, now sing along! I have another show scheduled to support the LP. I will be playing at Cinema Bar on Thursday, Nov. 15. Details can be found on my website as well as facebook. Once again, the Inimitables (aka Evie, Kevin, Teresa & Adam) will be backing me on stage. There will be some musical surprises. Dress cute.

This album is amazing. I listen to it everyday. It is my proudest musical achievement and I'm so blessed to share it with you.

Until the next post!


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