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Vincent Hayes Project’s “Reclamation” Earns Blues Music Award Nomination-Best New Artist Debut December 19, 2010

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West-Michigan based, The Vincent Hayes Project’s debut CD, “Reclamation” earns one of five coveted nominations – from The Blues Foundation’s prestigious 2011 Blues Music Awards – for Best New Artist Debut.

East Lansing, Michigan – The Vincent Hayes Project’s debut CD, “Reclamation” earns one of five coveted Best New Artist Debut nominations from The Blues Foundation’s 2011 Blues Music Awards. After reaching the #4 position as a “Pick to Click” B.B. King’s Bluesville on Sirius/XM Radio Channel 74, and spending two months on the National Living Blues Chart, “Reclamation” claims its appointed position in the top ten selling CDs on CDBaby, continues to garner attention of Blues Lovers worldwide – and garners a nod from The Blues Foundation.

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Atlanta Blues Rocker Liz Melendez Subject of a New Documentary, “Unknown Rockstar” November 22, 2010

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Atlanta blues rocker Liz Melendez, is the subject of a new documentary, “Unknown Rockstar” by Emmy award winning photojournalist Bill Rich for his new independent film company William Rich Films.

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Event Alert: Private Screening of “GhettoPhysics: Will The Real Pimps and Ho’s Please Stand Up!” August 23, 2010

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Los Angeles – Tuesday, August 24 will mark the evening that Captured Light Films, along with producer William Arntz and author E. Raymond Brown, debut a private screening of their groundbreaking collaboration “GhettoPhysics: Will The Real Pimps and Ho’s Please Stand Up!” A documentary feature which mixes political commentary with social awareness and spirituality dynamics, “GhettoPhysics” jumps off the screen with input from Cornel West, Ice T, Too Short, Filmore Slim, John Perkins, Cynthia McKinney and Norman Lear.
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Eric Clapton “The 1960s Review” on DVD 10/19 August 18, 2010

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Eric Clapton “The 1960s Review” on DVD 10/19

The story of Clapton’s formative years

While few would argue that Eric Clapton is one of the finest guitarists of all time, it is sometimes forgotten just how pivotal, influential and downright startling this man was during the 1960s. And while, throughout the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s, Clapton has remained a musician and songwriter of rare ability with moments of glory resplendent on album after album it was during the decade in which he emerged that his awesome skills were used most creatively. As an early member of the Yardbirds, a crucial part of the Bluesbreakers, a founder member of Cream and ‘the one who mattered most’ in the short lived Blind Faith, EC, to many, really was a deity.

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