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Breakaway Daily Interview with Pianist Sky Ladd

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Sky Ladd has all the fixings of what makes a great performer; a superstar name, drive and raw talent. Sky Ladd (and that is his real name by the way) lives in San Diego and has traveled all over the world as a pianist, including Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, Australia, and the Middle East.

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Music Industry Documentary “Artifact” Tells the Harsh Truths About the Modern Music Business

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Artifact, the award-wining documentary film that rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars have worked on for over five years is finally out and available worldwide to own via iTunes.

It tells a very personal story about the band fighting for their creative lives after being sued for 30 million dollars by their own record label.

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Interview with Jazz Songstress Natalie Jean

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Natalie Jean is a dynamic artist who grew up loving music. She enjoyed singing with her famous Haitian father Guy R. Jean, and her love for music further blossomed when she began to write her own poetry. Natalie takes inspiration from her daily life and hopes to touch the lives of others through her music.

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“The Giver” Film Soundtrack

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Movie soundtrack albums have made something of a comeback over the past couple of years, mainly thanks to movie adaptations of young adult novels like Twilight,  Divergent and The Fault In Our Stars and a little animated feature called Frozen.

The film adaptation of Lois Lowry’s iconic dystopian novel "The Giver" arrives August 15th, but to tide you over till then is the film’s soundtrack (now available).

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Song for the Philippines

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Elise Estrada, who I was fortunate enough to interview a while back has shown once again how full her heart is. Elise, along with Adam H. Hurstfield and Jerry Wong have written a song about the devastation that has hit the Philippines. All the proceeds from All it Takes is a Moment will go directly to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.

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Copperhead Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Info

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The Copperhead original motion picture soundtrack, composed and conducted by Laurent Eyquem, is now available on iTunes

Laurent Eyquem’s beautiful music, like the film, takes you to another place. The pain of the characters is reflected in the notes you hear coming from the melancholy score. -Breakaway Daily

“In conceiving the musical canvas for the film, Ron Maxwell and I decided to build the score around three core ideas – emotion, melody and subtlety.

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Breakaway Daily Exclusive Interview with Canadian Powerhouse Elise Estrada!

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Elise Estrada is an award winning Canadian singer/songwriter/performer who has reached an audience in excess of 635 million people worldwide! She has toured with the likes of The Backstreet Boys, Rihanna, Nelly, 50 Cent and Lady Gaga. Elise brings out a new set of claws on her sophomore album Here Kitty Kittee that is an upbeat, energetic, dance album.

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Breakaway Daily Exclusive Interview with Blake McGrath

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I had the opportunity to catch Blake McGrath while he was in my neck of the woods on his way to the first stop of the So You Think You Can Dance Canada auditions. On the show Blake serves as a judge, choreographer, and mentor. Blake was nice enough to take some time away from his busy busy schedule to talk to me about his debut album Time to Move where he co-wrote almost every song and enjoyed the creative process of putting it together.

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