Wednesday, January 28, 2009


Our Hot media release about Rock Star and Super Star.

Rock Star & Super Star Unite Kids In Need

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – January 28th, 2009 – Recovery has as much to do with timing as it does with care, and no one understands this more profoundly than Rock Star & Super Star. Devoting their lives to rocking and helping out, the high voltage R & R twins have created a non-profit venture that is literally changing and saving lives.

For kids in the early stages of recovery, focus, timing and security is critical. In an effort to engage their energies into a positive, more productive direction, RS & SS have developed We Are One, the first-of-its-kind alternative to the temptations that often pave a slippery slope into oblivion.

We Are One is essentially is a non-profit venture that allows kids who are early in their recovery to get OFF the street and INTO a healthy environment where they lose themselves through rock and roll by jamming, listening and creating. The good people at We Are One understand the significance of staying positive and surrounding oneself with other recovering addicts during the early stages of recovery. They also understand the importance of structure, leadership, teamwork and finding an alternative outlet in which to express oneself.

Rock Star & Super Star invite these wavering youths to join them in rehearsal, providing the rehearsal space, great energy, good people and good food. To these two insanely gifted brothers, there is little distinction between the future of these kids and the future of rock and roll. All is entwined in a kind of R & R community where the music and the care UNITES!

With a new book and CD aimed at seriously raising awareness about the struggles of addiction and its impact on others, it is imminently clear that Rock Star & Super Star have more in mind than the trappings of fame and fortune, theirs is a legacy of music, loudness and love!

The growing list of support for We Are One is already overflowing. With ANY donation, an autographed 8”x10” photo of Rock Star & Super Star (which is suitable for framing) is always included -- absolutely FREE -- but the benefits of support are incalculable. Donations can be made and sent to:


23852 PCH, Suite 260

Malibu, CA 90265

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Friday, January 16, 2009

Kudos to Women Filmmakers At Park City Fete

Another media release for Women Filmmakers

HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. and PARK CITY, UTAH – January 16, 2009 – Two spunky non-profits are determined to create more opportunities for women in film and they will be spotlighting the success of women filmmakers during the Sundance and Slamdance Festivals. On Sunday, January 18, The Fund for Women Artists and the Alliance of Women Directors(AWD) will host “A Celebration of Women Filmmakers,” where they will salute the women filmmakers at Sundance and Slamdance.

The statistics on women in the film industry are daunting. Dr. Martha Lauzen of San Diego State University reports that only six percent of the top 250 films of 2007 were directed by women and more than 20 percent had no women at all in the key creative roles of director, writer, cinematographer, editor, producer or executive producer.

To beat these tough odds, The Fund for Women Artists and the Alliance of Women Directors recognize that successful female role models and new alliances of filmmakers and audience members are essential.

The Fund for Women Artists will invite film industry members to join their colleagues around the world for the second international Support Women Artists Now Day (SWAN Day) on March 28, 2009. SWAN Day is a celebration of women artists in all disciplines, held annually on the last Saturday of March as the grand finale of Women’s History Month. The goal of SWAN Day is to honor the full diversity, beauty and power of women's creativity.

The Fund for Women Artists is a non-profit organization that provides women artists with the resources they need through free online funding, networking, advocacy information, and by building alliances of women artists and supporters. The Fund for Women Artists’ website serves more than 500,000 visitors a year.

The Alliance of Women Directors is a coalition of working women film directors. AWD provides peer support, and furthers the art, craft and visibility of women directors through seminars, screenings, networking dinners and mentorship program.

“A Celebration of Women Filmmakers” will be held on Sunday, January 18 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Queer Lounge, 608 Main Street, Park City, Utah.

Thanks to: Queer Lounge and ABSOLUT ® VODKA.

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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Zander Bleck Hits The African "Festival Au Desert"

Here's a new release about singer Zender Bleck.

Immediate Release from "HOT from Koch"

NYC Singer Zander Bleck Hits The African "Festival Au Desert"

Los Angeles, CA (January 7th, 2009) Few musicians as talented, as committed & as smoking hot would have the coolness and the courage to cross endless miles of the Sahara desert (on camelback no less)- just to play their music-and in this country, Zander Bleck is that exception. The only American musician invited to participate in the African "Festival Au Desert" concert this year in Essakane, two hours from Timbuktu in Mali, Zander Bleck is paving the way for an emblematic and exotic music career.

A native of New Jersey, currently living in NYC, blessed with Adonis good looks, classic charisma and the musical talent to match, the twenty-four year old Zander Bleck is seriously taking America- and now the world-by storm. The Festival Au Desert is an ideal venue for the idealistic Bleck, as Led Zeppelin front-man Robert Plant enthusiastically explains of his own experience participating in this African music festival, "It's one of the few honest things I have been part of in a long, long time. It's amazing to play out in the sand. There are no doors, no gates and no money. It reminded me of why I sang in the first place." Bleck vehemently agrees!

The history of the festival is deeply rooted in traditional Touareg festivities, which represented for a long time a place for decision-making and exchange of information among the different communities. Initially, there were songs, poetry, traditional Touareg dances, as well as camel rides and games.

Today, the Festival is international in scope, with music as its main focus. Zander will be, in many ways, representing the United States, and with a new music video being filmed in Africa for "Beyond The Horizon", a video documentary to come of Zander's entire African experience, and the tremendous success of Zander's first release, "Get Up" (here is the "Get Up" music video). Zander Bleck is on his way to world-wide recognition!

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