Friday, September 28, 2012

Cardella DeMilo - The girl from Watonga, OK

Cardella (Thorton) De Milo, born in Watonga, OK, in 1930, (Singer/Actress/Business woman),  began her dream and became a songstress and toured the U.S., Hawaii and Internationally.

Her singing has graced stages throughout her tours in Japan, Canada, Alaska and the Carribean. She leaves a treasure of achievements in the music and filmworld with appearances in several movies by prominent producers, Norman Lear, Eddie Murphy, Jamaa Fanaka and Ted Turner.

Television was a part of her territory which included her popular shows such as "Sanford & Son", her latest, "Pariots of Silicon Valley" where she portrayed Ella Fitzgerald. She has recorded, written and composed songs for several labels. She hosted and awarded many at the "Parsian Room" for 10 years plus, and served as a columnist for "The Scoop" and several newspapers in the Los Angeles area. Ms. De Milo's hit recording of "Gimme Whatcha Promised Me" for Sir Paul McCartney's MPL Communications company, was released by Claridge Records and D-Town Records in 1982, (available on

Ms. De Milo was presented a Resolution by California Governor Jerry Brown for her 11 years of appearances in the penal institutions, in addition, she received a Congressional Award from Congresswoman Diane Watson as well such dignitaries as the late Honorable Mayor Tom Bradley, and Senator Bill Green.

In 2001, Cardella was recipient of "Mother Of The Year" award by The Rose Cancer Society.  Her presentations helped launch the careers of Barbara Morrison, Reynaldo Rey, the late Comedian, Robin Harris and others of note. Cardella has shared the spotlight with many greats, Lionel Hampton, Little Richard, B.B.King, Duke Ellington, Linda Hopkins, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Josephine Baker, Carmen McRae, Gloria Lynne, Etta James, Big Joe Turner, Don Ho, and Ella Fitzerald from the 50's throughout the 90's. Cardella De Milo has gone full circle.  A Trailblazer for many to follow, left hope and dreams to inspire, and warmth of her love to embrace, those who loved her.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

The Muse's News for September 2012

The Muse's News
An E-zine For And About Songwriters.
Issue 15.7
October 2012

In This Issue:
Editor's Musings
Music Reviews -Cyrus Rhodes & Don Sechelski
New Artist Spotlight Additions
Songwriting Book Review - by Anastasia Karalekas
Musical Notes - Songwriting Contests & Market Info.
Muse's Clues - Songwriting Web sites that inspire - brought to you by Songwriter's Hall of Fame member, John Brhel.
Featured Article: Quick Tip: 3 Kinds of Re-writes by Brad Dunse
On Site Featured Article - An article already online for your viewing pleasure.
Classifieds & Useful Services
Contact information
ISSN 1480-6975. Copyright 1998-2011 - Jodi Krangle.
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All sorts of products and services especially for songwriters, negotiated so that you get the best price possible. You'll find means of promotion and distribution, songwriting aids, educational products, musical instruments and their accessories, and lots more. Any of these items would make a fantastic present for a songwriter in your life (even if it's you! :-) ) Check it out!
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Editor's Musings:
Welcome to another month of songwriting resources at your fingertips. :) Here's my obligatory mention of the weather: I love the Fall. There. That's done. :D
A few things to mention before I get into the meat of things. First off, I'm tremendously proud to say that my sister Raina has released a CD called Solstice. There's more information about her and how you can purchase the CD in the Artist Spotlights area below, but I wanted to mention it here too because ... well... she's my sister. And if I can't menton things like that in my own newsletter, where can I mention it, right?
Secondly, is having an open house celebrating their 10th year (wow, how time flies!) - and you can sign up for 30 days free (no credit card required!), to take up to 5 do-it-yourself (DIY) or instructor-led online courses, attend feedback and mentoring sessions, pitch songs and more. and enter the redemption code TEAMSU166 to take advantage of this. But you have to do it before September 30th, or you'll have missed the boat! If you're serious about being a songwriter, SongU is definitely one of the BEST things you can do for your career. There's more info on this below in the Musical Notes section too.
Thirdly, I should also mention that The Great American Song Contest has a brand spankin' new website! It's looking really great. You should check it out when you get a chance. :) They're on their 14th annual contest - AND they actually send you a written evaluation of your work with every entry. Pretty cool.
And now - on to the lucky raffle winners! Remember that there are instructions below on how you could be one of those lucky folks too!
The raffle winners this month are:
  • Alice Hesselrode from Shokan, New York, has won a downloadable version of Rhyme Genie, a dynamic rhyming dictionary featuring over 300,000 entries and 30 different rhyme types.
  • Russell Jones, from Arnold, Maryland, has won a copy of Virtual Studio Systems' Lyricist software.
And once again, as I've mentioned many times before (you guys should have this memorized by now :D) if you'd like to be considered for a raffle prize yourself, have a look at the various prizes offered at the top of The Muse's News webpage, decide which prizes you'd most like, and email me with your top two choices along with your mailing address so that I can get the prizes to you. Yes, it's really that simple. :) (And yes, the mailing address is kinda important. I promise it won't be used for any other reason than to send you your raffle prize - and to mention your approximate location in the notice of raffle winners you see above here.)
I wish you every inspiration for the coming month and beyond.
All the best,
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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

KDTN Radio One and SDC Radio One Library Playlist Adds for the Months of August/September 2012

  08/10/12 Special Guests
Music Style: Indie pop
Hometown: Taunton, MA, USA

  08/10/12 Fate Strikes Twice
Music Style: Hard Rock
Hometown: Rockaway, NJ, USA


  08/10/12 Jafar Thorne
Music Style: Indie/Folk
Hometown: Berkeley, CA, USA


  08/13/12 Alex De Vito
Music Style: Latin Pop
Hometown: Rome, Italy, Italy


  08/13/12 Braintrax
Music Style: HipHop/Pop/R&B
Hometown: San Francisco, CA, USA


  08/13/12 Scars Of Bourbon
Music Style: Hard Rock
Hometown: Coplay, Pa, USA


  08/14/12 Eugenegenay
Music Style: R&B/Inspirational/Pop
Hometown: Irmo, South Carolina, USA


  08/14/12 Megan King
Music Style: Americana
Hometown: Warsaw, IN, United States


  08/14/12 Lina Marquez
Music Style: pop-rock
Hometown: fort lauderdale, fl, united states


  08/15/12 Elliot Matsu
Music Style: Alt Rock
Hometown: Chicago, IL, USA


  08/15/12 Fallon Cush
Music Style: Americana / Folk-Rock / Classic Rock
Hometown: Sydney, NSW, Australia


  08/15/12 Melanie Rose Dyer
Music Style: Americana/Blues/Roots Rock
Hometown: Nashville, TN, USA


  08/16/12 phil common
Music Style: Rock/Pop
Hometown: NYC, New York, USA


  08/16/12 Pig Farmer
Music Style: Americana/Folk
Hometown: Savannah, Missouri, usa


  08/16/12 Jamie Rumley
Music Style: Rock, Pop, Folk
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada


  08/20/12 Shelby Garrett
Music Style: folk-indi-pop
Hometown: Scottsdale, AZ, USA


  08/20/12 ric kirk
Music Style: country-americana
Hometown: nashville, tn, USA


  08/20/12 John Dartnell
Music Style: Rock-Country Rock
Hometown: London, , UK


  08/21/12 Erik Husman and The Golden Rule
Music Style: Rock/Folk/SingerSongwriter
Hometown: Golden, Colorado, United States


  08/21/12 Livia
Music Style: Pop/Rock/Acoustic
Hometown: London, UK, United Kingdom


  08/21/12 John Sullivan
Music Style: Alternative/Acoustic Blues
Hometown: Jackson, Mississippi, United States


  08/22/12 Clay Jeffreys
Music Style: Country
Hometown: Malden, Missouri, U.S.


  08/22/12 Makar
Music Style: Indie Punk Folk Rock
Hometown: New York, New York, USA


  08/22/12 John Garza Band
Music Style: Rock
Hometown: Corpus Christi, Texas, usa


  08/23/12 L.A. Carpool
Music Style: salsa/pop/rock/smooth jazz
Hometown: studio city, california, usa


  08/23/12 Jameel Jahmay
Music Style: R&B/Pop/Soul
Hometown: Fredericksburg, Virginia, U.S.


  08/23/12 Daniel Smith
Music Style: Country
Hometown: Nashville, TN, 37209


  08/24/12 The Skys
Music Style: Rock
Hometown: Vilnius, N/A, Lithuania


  08/24/12 Friction Land
Music Style: Alternative Rock
Hometown: San Jose, Ca, US


  08/24/12 Adero Neely
Music Style: R&B HipHop
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois, USA


  08/27/12 The Smiling Strangers
Music Style: Pop/Rock/Folk/Country
Hometown: Stafford, Staffordshire, UK


  08/27/12 ryan michalski
Music Style: alternative rock/pop rock
Hometown: tampa, FL, usa


  08/27/12 Retromeca
Music Style: pop/r&b
Hometown: Berkeley, CA, USA


  08/28/12 Autre
Music Style: Rock
Hometown: Fort Worth, Tx, USA


  08/28/12 Randy Morris
Music Style: True Country
Hometown: Stephenville, Texas, USA


  08/28/12 SYDONIA
Music Style: Rock
Hometown: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


  08/29/12 Krystal Green
Music Style: Alternative/Soul
Hometown: Ellicott City, Maryland, USA


  08/29/12 Guitar Mikey
Music Style: Americana
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois, USA


  08/29/12 Fantasy Rainbow
Music Style: alternative indie
Hometown: Manchester, , United Kingdom


  08/30/12 The Danbury Lie
Music Style: Indie
Hometown: Ridgefield, CT, USA


  08/30/12 Mimic of a Mind
Music Style: Indie Rock/Alternative
Hometown: Eagan, MN, United States


  08/30/12 Salt
Music Style: Indie Rock
Hometown: Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand


  08/31/12 Jay Jacobson
Music Style: Alternative Pop
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA, USA


  08/31/12 Kenny Davin Fine
Music Style: Pop Folk Rock
Hometown: Dallas, Texas, USA


  08/31/12 Rose Angelica
Music Style: Country
Hometown: Mingo Junction, Ohio, USA


  09/04/12 Ross Douglas
Music Style: Folk-Singer Songwriter
Hometown: Point Roberts, Washington, USA


  09/04/12 Phillip Sandifer
Music Style: Christian and AC
Hometown: Austin, Texas, United States


  09/04/12 UpWordSpiral
Music Style: electric rock industrial christian
Hometown: brentwood, new york, usa


  09/05/12 StereonoiZ
Music Style: Alternative
Hometown: Lima, Lima, Peru


  09/05/12 Pie Boys
Music Style: Reggae/Roots/Rock
Hometown: Astoria, NY, USA


  09/06/12 Crush of Empires
Music Style: rock, hard rock, progressive
Hometown: New York, NY, USA


  09/07/12 Alan Jarvis
Music Style: Pop, Easy Listening
Hometown: London, Ontario, Canada


  09/07/12 Serial Obsession
Music Style: Rock
Hometown: NYC, NY, USA


  09/07/12 ice jupiter groove
Music Style: rock
Hometown: sydney, nsw, Australia


  09/10/12 Joey Smokes
Music Style: Rock Music
Hometown: Arcadia, California, United States


  09/10/12 Di Evantile
Music Style: Instrumental
Hometown: Pavlodar, KZ, Kazakhstan


  09/10/12 Reggie Shaw
Music Style: Country
Hometown: Overton, NE,


  09/11/12 Timothy Courts
Music Style: jazz/funk/r&b
Hometown: Charleston, West Virginia, kanawha


  09/11/12 Robert Nix
Music Style: Rock/Pop/Experimental
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario, Canada


  09/11/12 Kelly Manu
Music Style: Country/Gospel
Hometown: Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada


  09/12/12 hooyoosay
Music Style: mainstream, indie-pop, soft rock,

vintage pop, acoustic pop,
Hometown: , , Campeche


  09/12/12 Dr. John E. Bell
Music Style: Soul Music
Hometown: Oakland, TN, USA


  09/13/12 Et Tu BrucĂ©
Music Style: Pop/Rock/Triple AAA
Hometown: London, England, UK


  09/14/12 Tim Ballard
Music Style: R&B, Soul, Funk
Hometown: Westminster, CO, USA


  09/14/12 Michael Caplice
Music Style: Pop
Hometown: Westbury, NY, United States


  09/17/12 Leemanuel
Music Style: R&B/Pop
Hometown: Brown Deer, Wisconsin, United States


  09/17/12 Abby Wren & What It Is
Music Style: Funk/Rock/Soul
Hometown: Atlanta, GA, USA


  09/18/12 Bianca K
Music Style:
Hometown: Preston, Manchester, UK


  09/18/12 SHANE SAWYER
Music Style: COUNTRY
Hometown: HUFFMAN, TEXAS, United States


  09/18/12 William Michael Dillon
Music Style: Americana
Hometown: Chapel Hill, NC, USA


  09/19/12 SUBJEKTIVE
Music Style: Rock Driven Metal
Hometown: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


  09/19/12 Kevin Simnacher
Music Style: Rock and Country
Hometown: Cedar Rapids, IA, USA


  09/20/12 Erik Husman and The Golden Rule
Music Style: Americana Freak-Folk
Hometown: Golden, Colorado, United States


  09/20/12 FallsStart
Music Style: Alternative Pop Rock
Hometown: Honolulu, HI, USA


  09/20/12 Paul Mark & the Van Dorens
Music Style: blues rock/songwriter
Hometown: New York, NY, US


  09/21/12 Never Like The Movies
Music Style: Rock/Pop/Punk
Hometown: Sherman Oaks, California, U.S.A.


  09/21/12 Heather O'Neill
Music Style: singer songwriter
Hometown: Glendale Heights, IL, USA


  09/21/12 BrothersP
Music Style: Rock, Rap, Indie
Hometown: Williamsburg, Virginia, USA


  09/24/12 Big Mess
Music Style: Rock Indie
Hometown: Manhattan Beach, CA, USA


  09/24/12 Big Mess
Music Style: Rock Indie
Hometown: Manhattan Beach, CA, USA, COBB

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Ke$sha - "Die Young" Single from Billboard Magazine

The new single sees the 25-year-old returning to the formula of her past hits: club-ready dance beats, a chorus that invites a sing-a-long, and plenty of sleaze. The lyric video released alongside the song splits its time between black-and-white shots from the Japanese underground and psychedelic text-laden imagery.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Congress won't likely touch Internet Radio Fairness Act until after elections

Congress won't likely touch Internet Radio Fairness Act until after elections

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The webcasting industry-backed Internet Radio Fairness Act, introduced to both chambers of Congress on Friday (see RAIN here), made The New York Times this morning, and journalist Ben Sisario presented the complicated manner in as clear and straightforward a way as we've seen.
"Willing buyer, willing seller. Those four words would seem innocuous, but in the world of Internet radio nothing is more contentious," read the opening paragraph.
As we reported, the bill would move noninteractive webcast services from the "willing buyer, willing seller" standard to the one used to determine rates for SiriusXM Radio and cable radio like Music Choice(known as 801(b), which is also the standard that record labels are happy is usedwhen the rates for royalty rates they pay to songwriters and publishers are determined).
"That model would let the panel of federal judges that set the rates consider evidence both on the value of the music and on the effect the royalty rate would have on the industry overall. Pandora and its supporters believe that standard would yield lower rates," according to The Times. "Record labels and artists... believe that the existing rates are fair and accuse Pandora and others of wanting to deprive copyright holders of the income they deserve."
Congress will likely wait to deliberate the issue until after the national elections in November ("and probably into the spring," wrote Sisario).
We highly recommend Sisario's concise and even-handed treatment of the matter, and recommend you share it with listeners and clients. You can see it in The New York Times here. Finally, for a clear and entertaining analogy that demonstrates why "willing buyer, willing seller" can't work, please see RAIN publisher Kurt Hanson's "State of the Industry Address" from last week's RAIN Summit Dallas here (you can also launch the audio from the box in the right-hand margin of RAIN) -- scroll ahead, it's near the end (about 20 minutes in) of the speech.

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*Lindy Robbins (1999 USA Songwriting Competition Honorable Mention Winner) co-wrote  Demi Lovato's hit song "Skyscraper", the song hit #10 on the Billboard Charts. She aslo wrote the Top 5 hit song "Incomplete" by the Backstreet Boys. She has also written songs for Hot Chelle Rae, Jason Derulo,  Selena Gomes, Leona Lewis and many more.

*The Wailin Jennys (8th Annual IAMA, Best Group, First Prize Winner) had their winning song "Bird Song" aired on NPR radio's "A Prairie Home Companion".

*Dave Berg (2003 USA Songwriting Competition Honorable Mention Winner) has signed a worldwide co-publishing agreement with Los Angeles and New York-based Downtown Music Publishing, and his upcoming full length album Not Quite So Alone will be released by Downtown imprint Mercer Street Records. Berg’s credits as a country songwriter include the No. 1 hits “Somebody” by Reba McEntire, “If You’re Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows)” and “These Are My People” by Rodney Atkins, and “Moments” by Emerson Drive.

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