For Immediate Release: November 6, 2018
Media Contact: Steve Sims: 503-8560-7011 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Quest of Life Media & Broadcast announces a
November 19, 2018 Release Date for It’s New Album
Holiday 2018 Pride
A Benefit Album for QLRadio and
Quest of Life Media & Broadcast
Portland, OR….Quest of Life Media & Broadcast, a nonprofit LGBT singer/songwriter support services organization announces a November 19th 2018 release date for it’s first release. It is being recognized for it’s inclusiveness and representation of the LGBT community. The compilation holiday music album features songs from the L, G, B, & T!
It features music from:
Freddy Freeman – is an award winning Singer-Songwriter, music producer, festival organizer and spiritual facilitator.
Jay Spears – is a smart, sophisticated, funny alt-pop, with juicy harmonies, extra-crispy guitars and an easy-going west-coast sensibility.
Namoli Brennet – is a singer-songwriter and trans woman who produces, engineers and releases her albums on her own record label. “Among the best folk-rock artists in the country” by the Tucson Weekly.
Shawn Ryan – is one of the brightest stars in the jazz cabaret world having what the Beverly Hills Outlook calls “that charm that is rare!”. Won the “2000 Bay Area Cabaret Competition”.
Shawn Thomas – is a Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter and worship leader whose ministry includes an outreach to the GLBT community. He visits churches, groups, and events sharing about his belief in God’s grace and affirming love through concerts, workshops, and spoken message.
Robin Reneé – is a singer/songwriter, poet, lover of nerds & queer culture. SEO geek. Living & writing from the crossroads of music, eros, and the personal sacred.
Erin McKeown – is a musician, writer, and producer known internationally for her prolific disregard of stylistic boundaries.Her brash and clever electric guitar playing is something to see. Her singing voice is truly unique – clear, cool, and collected.
Daniel Cartier – is a Nashville musician/visual artist with guts and an ability to impress fans and musicians alike with his passionate performances and sincere songwriting. He got his start in New York City, singing on subway platforms and street corners in the dead of winter.
Norine Braun – is a Canadian pop/rock singer and songwriter born in Ottawa and now lives in Vancouver B.C.. She is known for writing wide ranging compositions in various genres from blues, roots, rock to jazz. She has been called “jazzed up, funk tinged pop”.
Dave Hall – is a classical / musical theater composer and songwriter writing in a variety of styles, from folk and folk/rock, through country, pop, Christmas, musical theater and classical. Also known for his lyric writing as well as arrangements.
John Paul Sharp – is a multifaceted performance artist, educator, singer/songwriter, recording artist, film & stage actor and writer in Seattle. He has written, produced and starred in his own musical, “My Big Phat Gay Musical”.
Mike Rickard – is an Atlanta-based singer/songwriter. He began singing in church and college before touring parts of the world with the Continental Singers, and subsequently recording and touring with two other contemporary Christian vocal groups.
Steven Gellman – is a singer/songwriter and former Activity Director for senior citizen music programs in the Washington, DC metro area. He combines friendly banter with a sonorous, tenor voice that critics have compared to the late John Denver. Honest, sincere, and often humorous.
D.C. Anderson – is a cabaret and folk singer-songwriter, and an actor who made his Broadway debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera. He has toured nationally as Judge Coras in Boublil and Shoenberg’s Martin Guerre, in The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, The Phantom of the Opera as Andre, and as Pippin in Pippin.
You can go to QuestofLife.org for information on where to get yours on November 19th!