Christine Storm is an International/ National Recording Artist, Singer and Songwriter, 2x Billboard Charting Artist, Fashion Designer, Philanthropist as well as founding Storm Central, LLC.
National recording artist Christine Storm has performed throughout the world, has been a prolific songwriter, and continues to tap into her wide range of life experiences for her music. Christine’s influences range from Alice Cooper to Blood, Sweat, and Tears, all the way across the spectrum to Kate Bush and Prince. Her sound has been described as an eclectic blend of Soul and Techno dance with melodies that are Pop driven. Many of her songs tell a story and confront real life feelings and attitudes, but with a humorous touch in many cases.
“I would describe myself as sarcastic and eclectic! I love the escapism of music and how it can change the mood of a person, but at the same time, be so damn fun,” states Christine.
No stranger to the stage, Christine has performed throughout North America, Europe, and the Mediterranean region. Regardless of the culture her audience represents, the passion and wit she brings to her show engages them with ease. An escape for many, Christine’s seasoned vocals and playful personality have the power to change the mood in a room within seconds.
In front and behind the camera, Christine actively holds the creative reigns, steering a wide range of feelings, characters and story-lines directly from her music to the screen. Whether her audience is listening in the car, watching a music video, or seeing her live show, what drives Christine’s creative process is her goal for everyone to move, have some fun, and even think a little. These take-away moments have fueled word-of-mouth buzz for Christine that lead to performances at various charity and private events where industry players such as breakthrough pioneer artist Malina Moye, and Rock & Roll icon Mike Love, have become fans.
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Christine's latest Premiere Billboard release "Shoulda Coulda Woulda" has hit in the top 40!
Check out the article from Delhi Times/ India Times and Gallery of Dream Diamonds Delhi Times Fashion Week 2018 below from Christine's recent tour to India.
Christine Storm's Clubwear was recently featured in PGA Tour Magazine.
Christine's Philanthropy work “Jam for Joy” Founded and Operated by Christine Storm, is an organization that a child can be a part of for their entire lives and “Yes We Cans” is a grass-roots charitable organization founded by Christine Storm. This organization brings individuals, civic groups and service organizations together to gather aluminum cans and other recyclables from homes and businesses.
Listen to interview below to find out about Christine's Premiere Billboard release, Christine Storm's Clubwear, Fashion Week, her Philanthropy work and much more!
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On July 22, 2017 ANEW podcast was launched with an Introduction by Dawn Piercy, Creator, Host and Producer. In the last 52 weeks there have been 74 total episodes released on ANEW podcast and Mariano "Big Dawg's" Corner combined! Check out all ANEW guest and tune in BELOW to find out what's coming up and much more!
Each ANEW guest feature is linked to guests' Bio Pages and Interviews. Just click the photo and ENJOY!!!
Olivia King is a Music Artist, Singer, Songwriter, Dancer, Designer, Founder and CEO of Girls Have Magic Powers.
Olivia King is currently signed with Sony and her music is something this world needs. She has stellar vocals and songwriting skills. Check out her music below you will be glad you did. Her sound is defined as a cross between Pop and Soul. Inspired by the unique sounds of Lauryn Hill, Musiq Soulchild, and Michael Jackson; Olivia combines old-school dance music with a modern twist.
Olivia started getting serious in music at 16 years old. She started performing in the Boston area at local clubs as well as on radio and TV stations.
At age 17, she started writing her own music and by 18 wrote a jingle for Kudo's Trading Company in San Francisco, California. At 19 she auditioned for the popular television show "The Voice," and made it through two rounds. Olivia has also performed in several artist showcases including an ASCAP Showcase run by William Morris and "Nema's Boom Boom Room," in New York City. This showcase is run by Nema Kemar, celebrity event planner and Jeff Robinson, CEO and President of MBK Entertainment. For Olivia's full bio click HERE.
In January 2017, Olivia decided to go independent and since then, released three singles and an original Christmas song. Her music has been featured on Spotify's Discover Weekly and Release Radar Playlists and topped the Indie Charts. Her Christmas song was played throughout all Alex and Ani stores in Dec. 2017.
Olivia's music has been placed in major campaigns such as the "Be Your Biggest Fan" Campaign for Caleb McLaughlin from the Emmy Award Winning Netflix Series, "Stranger Things." Check out the video BELOW!
You can find Olivia’s music on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, Amazon, YouTube, Vevo, and more.
Olivia and her mom came up with girlshavemagicpowers which is a boutique that supports helping individuals, including a little girl right now that is in desperate need of a wheelchair. All purchases made at girlshavemagicpowers.com go to help this child in need. If not interested in any merchandise you can help by clicking HERE. Tune into our exclusive interview with Olivia and find out how you can help this little girl in our interview BELOW.
Olivia also has a course available called Make Music Moves where independent music artist can learn to become more serious with their music careers. You can check it out Here.
You can follow Olivia on Facebook, IG, Twitter, YouTube and check out her official site HERE.
TUNE in BELOW to watch and or listen to our exclusive interview and check out Olivia's Music videos BELOW and listen and buy her music too!
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COVVHA AKA Children of Vietnam Veterans Health Alliance is an organization to help the children of Vietnam Veterans affected by Agent Orange.
For those that are unaware of what Agent Orange is, it is important that you tune into this interview and GET EDUCATED on the effects of Agent Orange now. It is still killing today as we speak. It takes the lives of those affected and twist it into a living nightmare and that is where COVVHA comes in place.
COVVHA offers support to the children of Vietnam Veterans in many different ways. Giving us a way to reach out and know "WE ARE NOT ALONE", "YOU ARE NOT ALONE"!!!!!
I find it important for Veterans affected by Agent Orange to know that there is HELP, there is HOPE through COVVHA.
I wanted to share this article of my father Donald Piercy. He was a Commanding Officer in Long Bihn, Vietnam for 9 long years.
My father laid the communication lines in the jungles of Vietnam while crop dusting planes dumped gallon after gallon of the herbicide known as Agent Orange. Within weeks of laying the communication lines in the jungle ALL of his teeth fell out. That was just the start.
I watched my father go ON and OFF of life support for years before it overtook him. He couldn't breathe, had 2 different types of heart disease, kidney failure, prostate cancer, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, bone marrow issues, blood transfusions, debilitating organ failure as well as many other issues. Agent Orange is CHEMICAL WARFARE. Agent Orange affects humans by mutating their genes, as it saturates throughout the system it goes in and mutates the sperm and passes the mutation onto their children and their children's children and is now known to reach the 7th generation as of this moment. I know that my grandchildren, great grandchildren (and so on) will be affected and it rips my heart out.
COVVHA works to bring global awareness and justice to the children of Vietnam Veterans. As of right now there is NO FINANCIAL HELP WHAT SO EVER for 99% of us! That's right! The U.S. Government DOES NOT HELP US!
The military used the powerful herbicide during the 9 years in southeast Asia (other countries as well) clearing the brush throughout the forests. It is said only toward the end of the U.S. involvement in the war that concerns arose over the danger of the herbicide in humans.
The chemical is stored in fatty tissue and mutates the sperm of those exposed to it. As of right now there are over 800 related health issues documented by COVVHA and not yet proven (research is being done and Dr's continue working around the clock).
To know if you have the mutation biopsies are needed with research. That is all that they have at the moment in knowing how it works and how it is passed. My genetic mutation was found by accident during a biopsy in where my body started attacking itself (skin) and I got sepsis as a result of not healing.
If you know any Veterans that have been affected by Agent Orange please share this article, for them, for their children and their children's children. There is help and there is hope with COVVHA.
If you want to help support COVVHA you can by getting T-shirts, mugs and much more on their Fundraising page (CLICK THE GREEN) or make a donation to COVVHA. Proceeds go to helping research, helping children effected and much, much more!
TUNE in and watch my interview with Heather A. Bowser Admin. of COVVHA, find out what research is being done to help us, how you can help and what services COVVHA offers to those affected.
13 is a Hip Hop Artist, U.S. Army Veteran, Actor and Advocate for Homeless Veteran's. Every purchase made on his physical album now 20% goes to help homeless veteran's!
Born in Buffalo, NY 13 grew up being fostered by his grandmother and they moved to the South Bronx when he was just 4 months old. At the age of 13 finding himself in trouble more often than not, he wound up in a group home. He found himself in and out of the group home and eventually ended up homeless and living in a car. Just six months before graduating High-School he dropped out. He did end up going back and getting his G.E.D..
He started getting into making music as he was getting out of the group homes. He spent much of his time in rap battles while living in the streets.
Though a U.S. Veteran his lifestyle choices led 13 back to homelessness and he was in and out of shelters for a few years. A prolific writer, 13 was able to capture his experiences and write them down. These notes became song lyrics. In 2008, he entered and won a contest landing him on Manhattan Rappers MIMS album MIMS Open Bars CD, released by American King Music on Dec 04, 2011 with a track called Vroom Vroom (Produced by Super Producer Lex Luger)
From 2009 until 2012, 13 was able to scrounge enough money to record several songs that he placed on Reverb Nation. It was there that Goomba Music heard him and offered him a recording contract.
His debut album "13" is available on Etsy and 20% of his sales goes to help homeless veteran's. His next album "Ascension Asylum " 13 should be released this year.
You can follow 13 on Twitter & Facebook, LISTEN to his music and interview BELOW and watch his music video too.
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