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NEWS RELEASE..."What You Do To Me" awarded a #1 Pop Chart listing!KMIX Radio & Station Affiliates; Chart Results."Berkshire Media Group recently collated the monthly chart data and provided it to us. We are pleased to inform you that your song ‘What You Do To Me’ hit the #1 position on the Pop Charts and held that position for an impressive period of time in the month of May 2017. Chart position was established by number of spins, listener requests and station tune-ins. This accomplishment is a tribute to your talent, hard work and perseverance. We are certain that this is only the beginning of your success".News from the Akademia Music Awards group and Bershire Media Group.

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Official link for the successful Star studded THE SOIREE event held during the 59th GRAMMY AWARDS Celebration.

TOP 20 of succession line to Royal Throne? "A kind misunderstanding by well meaning Fans", says Monty Guy.It was recently suggested that Monty is 18th or 19th in a royal throne ascension line. "The confusion began when I was invited to participate, as one of twenty judges, in establishing the relative merits and efficacy of Crown Royal's medicinal properties. The beverage tasting activity has nothing to do with any impending Sapphire Jubilee celebration, or the proposed modest pruning of any HRH ceremonial appearances", explained Monty.While in London, Monty performed as dependably useful opening bowler in cricket, and an effective, yet well regarded, front line member of a successful Grammar School football (soccer) team. "It is an honor and a privilege to be associated with any Regal goings on; if only in spirit", said Monty.

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Eight Steps to Excellent Musicianship.Chris Cortez.Advice for young musicians -
1. Memorize every melody you can. Play them in every key, mess with the meter, harmonize them, re-harmonize them, play them in chord melody, play a chord for every note, etc… There is no melody that isn’t worthy of your attention, up to the Rite of Spring and down to the lowliest jingle from a TV commercial. Your ring tone. Store them away for future use in a solo. Quoting other melodies is fertile ground for developing improvisation. (from my one lesson with the great Joe Pass)2. Figure out a way to document and categorize your own set of patterns. The stuff you always play when it’s time to solo. Figure out what that is, the scope of it, and document it in an organized way. Only then will you be able to see how limited it is. Then work on growing the list. Document the new material, and keep your archive going as you grow. Consult it frequently. Your version of “patterns [...]
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