Dawn Burnett, CSA signs a music contract with Liimu McGill who was a contestant on Patti Labelle’s team on Clash Of The Choirs.
The daughter of an opera singer and a classical pianist, Liimu began singing as a young girl. She sings from the heart of the many trials she experienced growing up, including overcoming drug addiction and homelessness. As a mother and wife, her music spans multiple generations and has a worldwide appeal. Her appearance as a lead soloist with Patti Labelle on NBC’s Clash of the Choirs has been viewed by millions of people around the world and was rated the number one show of the season, putting her on the map as the voice of inspiration.
An accomplished athlete, Liimu is invited regularly to sing the national anthem at international sporting events held in Philadelphia, including the Philadelphia Triathlon and the season opener of the World Series-winning Philadelphia Phillies. Liimu’s dream is to realize her vision of inspiring the world through music, spreading a positive and uplifting message to people throughout the world.
Music Producers Tony Moore and Glen McGill will be producing I AM A Trainwreck.
Tony Moore hails from the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia PA, by way of Okinawa, Japan. His experiences have allowed him to hold the amazing titles of songwriter, writer, director, musician, movie supervisor, music arranger, and producer, with many more to follow.
Musically, Tony has worked with many artists including Patti LaBelle, Mya, Common, Marsha Ambrosious, Jazmine Sullivan as well as gospel artists Tye Tribbett , DA T.R.U.T.H, and Deitrick Haddon. He produced “The Greatest Love of All” by Kindred The Family Soul, Beanie Sigel song entitled “No bravery”, and “Hush” by Grammy award winning artist Usher.
On the big screen, Tony worked with Bill Duke on his film “Cover” starring Leon and Vivica Fox, as well as “Not Easily Broken” with Morris Chestnut, Taraji P. Henson and Jenifer Lewis. His television credits include J.J. Abrams and NBC’s television series “Undercover” with Boris Kodjoe and Mekia Cox. Tony has experience in live production including the “Giving Back to Haiti” relief benefit concert 2010 which featured artists such as Meek Mills, Bilal, Jazmine Sullivan , Kindred The Family Soul, and many more. He is currently working on the movie, “Japanese Asteroids”, VH1’s Save the Music Project pilot, as well as 4 untitled Hollywood movies under Will Smith’s and Vidal Davis’ company Overbrook Entertainment.
Glen McGill http://www.maadmusicpro.com/
Glen McGill has been playing lead and rhythm guitar and producing artists in Philadelphia and more recently, Northeast Florida, for more than 25 years. He is influenced by a wide range of artists, including Larry Carlton, Eddie Van Halen and Jeff Beck. As a producer, he also plays keyboard and bass to lend a full sound to his songwriting arrangements and has experience writing and producing in a wide variety of genres, including dance, R&B, rock, pop and country. Glen founded M.A.A.D. Music to bring his dream of being a full-time musician to reality and he has plans to work with Tony Moore to found Southern Breed, a Jacksonville, FL satellite office of Tony’s renowned Philly studio Breed.
Dawn Burnett, CSA is founder of A New Dawn Natural Solutions, Inc. A summa cum laude graduate of Alternative Medicine from Everglades University at Boca Raton, Florida, Dawn provides Wellness Strategies to those who are frustrated with their current health situations and are ready to embrace alternative healing solutions. A regular fixture on the high-profile airways of national television, Dawn believes we can all access a healthier, more balanced life by using natural approaches for boosting our energy, purifying our eating regimes, and recalibrating the connection between mind and body. As a wellness strategist, her advice and insight have helped her satisfied clients achieve that in their personal lives, while, as the curator of a line of products on her website: www.anewdawnnaturalsolutions.com, she also makes these solutions accessible to fans and devotees across America. Dawn’s impressive roster of television and speaking appearances include NBC’s TODAY Show, The Dr. Oz Show, FOX, and TBN. A writer as well, her work can be found in the pages of publications such as Confident Woman Magazine. As a contributing Writer for The Huffington Post, she engages readers in the powerful world of connection. A published author of True Confessions of the Heart (Carpenter’s Son Publishing; Ingram Distribution), Dawn’s premiere book is an inspirational autobiography, demonstrating how, through the use of natural medicine, readers can heal their lives from the inside out — just as she has done herself. Her forthcoming book, Connect, How To Know If He’s Really Your Man, published by Health Communications, Inc., shifts the focus to dating and personal relationships, putting Dawn’s insightful voice at the forefront. Ms. Burnett is an advocate for children’s health, and is an ardent believer in “paying it forward.” As such, Dawn has collaborated with a noteworthy recording artist and cowrote a song titled: Right Now. At the request of HTV, Dawn produced a video that she donated for use in children’s hospitals in an effort to raise awareness for childhood obesity prevention. Dawn’s forthcoming song, I AM A Trainwreck, shifts the focus to inner connection, and for this song, she collaborated with a noteworthy recording artist and music producers. Dawn is also expanding her focus towards radio where she will be co-hosting Wake Up And Listen putting her wellness expertise at the forefront. Wake Up And Listen talk radio show will inspire and empower listeners to achieve the fulfilled life they have been dreaming of.
Dawn says, “I am honored to be a part of such an amazing team” their forthcoming song, I AM A Trainwreck is scheduled for release in August 2016.
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