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Electronic Press Kit Samples - Who's Using?

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ELECTRONIC PRESS KIT SAMPLES - WHO'S USING?

Everyone from sidewalk rappers and garage bands to international touring performers, Master-degreed composers, major-market on-air personalities, military heroes, Billboard chart toppers, Berklee grads, NBA legendary players and dancers, top cover models, prime-time actors, guitar legends, GRAMMY winners and nominees, multi-platinum-selling artists, American Idol | The Voice | X-Factor contestants, Olympic and World-Champion athletes and trainers, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, to top management and promotional agencies, Record Labels, Colleges, speakers, authors, pastors, poets and more!

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Well, okay. But just a few. This is, by NO means, a complete list of who's who! Simply a small sampling of some notables who are currently using or have, in the past, used the PPK service to promote their talents to the world...

Jennifer Batten - Rock guitar legend who did three world tours with Michael Jackson including a performance to 1.5 Billion people during half-time performances at Super Bowl XXVII and followed with two world tours and three albums with rock icon, Jeff Beck 
Roy Jones Jr. - Eight-time world-champion boxer in four different weight classes. Held a record seven belts at the same time. He is widely considered to be one of the best pound-for-pound boxers of all time. Also an accomplished Boxing Promoter, Television Analyst, Television and Motion Picture Actor, Music Performer and Manager.
Karen Briggs - Featured solo violinist in the multi-platinum-selling (7M), "Live at the Acropolis" PBS special which has been seen in 65 countries by half a billion people and is the second best-selling music video of all time behind Michael Jackson's 'Thriller'. She appears in the classic family movie entitled, "Music of the Heart" starring Merle Streep, Angela Bassett and Gloria Estefan and has performed on the Oprah Winfrey Show with Diana Ross.
Regina Belle - Multi-platinum-selling artist, four-time Grammy® Award and Academy® Award winning vocalist whose hits have included such stellar offerings as 'Make It Like It Was', 'If I Could', 'Dream In Color' and 'A Whole New World' (with Peabo Bryson, featured on Disney's soundtrack of Aladdin). Signed to Columbia, MCA, Peak and now Pendulum records. Married to former NBA player and now pastor John S. Battle III, Regina is minister of music at New Shield of Faith Ministries in Atlanta. Pendulum Records is promoting her new release, 'HIGHER'.
Orianthi - Platinum-selling rock guitar phenom from Australia who has graced the stage with guitar legends like Carlos Santana, Steve Vai, John Mayer, Alice Cooper, and ZZ Top, and received a major endorsement deal from Paul Reed Smith (PRS) guitars. After appearing with Carrie Underwood at the 2009 Grammies, she was contacted by Michael Jackson and signed on to play in his forth-coming world tour. She played the prestigious Eric Clapton's Crossroads guitar festiveal 2007, graced the cover of Guitar Magazine as "The Queen of Shred" and much more.
David Otunga - The quintessential renaissance man. He is the only Harvard-educated lawyer, movie star, professional wrestler, reality star, bodybuilder, and TV personality in the world. David is a two-time tag-team champion and ranked sixth on WWE's list of “The Greatest Physiques Of All Time.” Made his big screen debut starring alongside Academy Award Winner Halle Berry in Sony Pictures’ hit thriller "The Call."
Suzi Quatro - Multi-platinum-selling (50M) American singer-songwriter, musician and actress. Recurring role as 'Leather Tuscadero' on the popular American sitcom Happy Days. She scored a string of hit singles in the 1970s both domestically and abroad. Played the bass guitar in the all-female band 'Pleasure Seekers' and 'Cradle' with her sisters Patti, Nancy, and Arlene.
Steve Fossen & Mike Derosier - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members with legendary mega-group, HEART. Steve Fossen (Bassist and Original, Founding Member) and Michael Derosier (Drummer and Original Member) toured the globe with sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson.
David Pomeranz - Multi-platinum-selling (40M) composer / performer with two #1 hits (Barry Manilow, Bette Midler, Kenny Loggins, Clay Aiken, Freddie Mercury, John Denver, Kenny Rogers, Richie Sambora, Cliff Richard, Isaac Hayes, The Carpenters, Glen Campbell, Donna Summer, The Muppets, and more).
Vince Papale - The 2006 movie ‘Invincible’ starring Mark Wahlberg was about Vince’s life. Papale, at 6-feet 2-inches and 195 pounds, made the Philadelphia Eagles NFL team, becoming, at age 30, the oldest rookie in the history of the NFL to play without the benefit of college football experience (other than kickers). He went on to play wide receiver and special teams for the Eagles from 1976 through 1979. Earlier this year, Eagles fans tabbed Vince as the most outstanding special teams player in franchise history. A survivor of colorectal cancer, Vince continues to be a highly sought speaker on issues concerning cancer awareness and prevention.
The Diamonds - In 1957 THE DIAMONDS released an instant million selling hit called Little Darlin’. The song continues to sell worldwide and has been dubbed “the National Anthem of Rock and Roll”. To date it has sold approximately 20 million copies. The Diamonds' many accomplishments over the years include: 33 appearances on American Bandstand, Doo-Wop Hall of Fame, Vocal group Hall of Fame, 16 hit records, 3 certified Gold Records, Soundtrack of “American Graffiti", Soundtrack of “Happy Days”
Shannon - Multi-platinum-selling (8M), GRAMMY-nominated singer who hit it big with the trendsetting, pulsating dance classic "Let the Music Play" and other similar-sounding hits in the mid-'80s. Dubbed the INTERNATIONAL DANCE QUEEN OF THE WORLD (Quoted Billboard 1984) labeling it "THE SHANNON'S SOUND" now known today as LATIN FREESTYLE (Billboard 1984, 1985).
Pauli Carman - Multi-Platinum-Selling Recording Artist and Lead vocalist of "Champaign".. "How 'Bout Us", "Try Again", "Off and On Love" and all of the Champaign hits were preceded by classic music videos reaching top 5 status across the charts on MTV, Vh1, and BET. Has appeared on such hit tv shows as Soul Train, Solid Gold, and American Bandstand, as well as the international music show "Top of the Pop" in England; and has toured in such venues as Madison Square Garden, Cow Palace, United Center, Chicago, IL, Sanger Theatre-New Orleans, Epcot Center - Disney World and many others. Carman embarked on a solo career with hit singles "Dial My Number" and "In The Heat Of The Night."
David Ball - Multi-platinum-selling (3M) country singer and GRAMMY nominee
Tantric - Tantric (including three former members of multi-platinum-selling artist Days of The New (10m) and featuring lead singer Hugo Ferriera) debuted in 2001 at #193 on the Billboard 200 and eventually went platinum, largely on the strength of the single, "Breakdown" (charting at #1) as well as extensive touring with the likes of Kid Rock and Creed. Follow–up singles "Astounded" (charting at #7) and a remixed version of "Mourning" (charting at #18) also fared well. Follow-up albums charted additional hits (two top-ten and five top-fifty) in 2004, 2005 and 2008 including a heavy cover of Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain" which charted at #36.
Tony Byroads - Former founding member DJ/Vocalist from the platinum-selling rock band Crossfade (Columbia Records/Eleven Seven). Their hit song titled “Cold” shot to the top of the billboard charts for 64+ weeks, on a headlining tour, performing on all of the late night TV shows and presenters of the Radio Music Awards.
Torrie Wilson - Torrie Anne Wilson is an American model, fitness competitor, actress and retired professional wrestler. She is best known for her time in World Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment.
Slide Hampton - Two-time GRAMMY winner: 1998 Best Jazz Arrangement with a Vocalist (Dee Dee Bridgewater) , 2005 Best Instrumental Arrangement.
Legendary Jazz musician who performed with Maynard Ferguson, Art Blakey, Dizzy Gillespie, Barry Harris, Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, Max Roach, and Woody Herman among others. Instructed a series of master classes at Harvard, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, De Paul University in Chicago, and Indiana University, was a special advisor and arranger for the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band and arranged numerous recording projects around the world.
Divinity Roxx - Phenom bassist, acclaimed rapper and producer, Divinity was a featured part of world-renowned bassist, Victor Wooten's live show from 2001 through 2005 and can be heard on two of his albums. In 2006 Divinity joined pop icon, Beyonce’s female band and has been touring the world with this global megastar, playing to sold-out crowds from Australia to Brazil. Divinity is a featured part of Beyonce’s current DVD collection and recently developed her own signature bass guitar with the legendary Warwick bass guitar manufacturer.
Uptown Kevin Brown (aka DotCom) - Actor and Comedian. Co-star on the NBC TV hit comedy series, '30 ROCK' (winner of multiple EMMY awards and GOLDEN GLOBES). Winner of the 15th annual SCREEN ACTORS GUILD award, for his portrayal of DOTCOM in 30 ROCK. Can be seen every Thursday night, starring opposite Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan
Chingy - Multi-platinum-selling (4.5M) Capitol Records recording artist. He toured as an opening act with Nelly in the summer of 2002 and then became a protégé of Ludacris, who signed him to his newly formed Disturbing tha Peace (DTP) record label. The rapper's 2003 summer debut single, "Right Thurr", put him on the musical map as a good-time rapper who specialized in catchy, club-friendly beats and simplistic lyrics delivered in a sing-song, nursery rhyme style.
David Frizzell - Winner of numerous national and international awards and considered one of the greatest Country Music vocalists of all time. David has had four Grammy nominations and been privelaged to be owner of six top-40 songs on the charts including two #1 songs ("You're the Reason God Make Oklahoma" and "I'm Gonna Hire a Wino to Decorate Our Home"). Brother of Country Music icon Lefty Frizzell with whom David began touring at age 12, David won multiple CMA, ACM, Music City and European Country Music awards. Additionally he has appeared in multiple videos, on the soundtracks of "Any Which Way You Can" and "Honky-Tonk Man" (both by Clint Eastwood) and much more.
Shenandoah - Grammy-winning American country music group founded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama in 1984 by Marty Raybon (lead vocals, acoustic guitar). When country music lovers talk about the greatest groups in the genre, Shenandoah is always at the forefront of any discussion. Fueled by Marty Raybon’s distinctive vocals and the band’s skilled musicianship, Shenandoah became well known for delivering such hits as “Two Dozen Roses”, “Church on Cumberland Road” and “Next to You, Next to Me” as well as such achingly beautiful classics as “I Want to be Loved Like That” and the Grammy winning “Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart” duet with Alison Krauss.
Dawn Richard - American singer-songwriter. Richard started her career after auditioning for Making the Band 3 in 2004, During this time Richard became a member of American girl band Danity Kane, from 2005 to 2009, and reformed the group with 3 of the original 5 members in late 2013. In 2009 Richard joined Diddy-Dirty Money with label head Sean "Diddy" Combs and Kalenna Harper, disbanding in 2011.[1]
David Ivory - President National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (GRAMMYS), Philadelphia Chapter, GRAMMY-nominated engineer / producer. Renowned for launching the careers of Silvertide (J-Records), and Halestorm(Atlantic). President Flexitone Records and Ivory Productions. Adjunct professor of music Drexel University and Montgomery County Community College. Worked with The Roots, Erykah Badu, Kindred, Patti Labelle, Paul Schaeffer, and more.
The Ambassador - member of GRAMMY-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five
Ms. Rona Gonzales - Maxim / FHM International Model, Spokes Model for Image Cosmetics. Tight Rope Magazine featured Ms. Rona Gonzales on their March 2012 Hotties TightRope cover “Smart, Sexy, Sophisticated Beauties”. A follow up to Maxim USA 2009, this Cover girl for Maxim International also published a Seven-page spread in their April 2012 edition. “Rona Gonzales, A True Exotic Beauty”.
Ron Thompson - Legendary blues guitarist performed with and recorded for legends like Big Mama Thornton, Tina Turner, Bruce Willis, Luther Tucker,Jimmy McCracklin, Pee Wee Crayton, Carla Thomas, Booker T. Jones, Percy Mayfield, Etta James, B.B. King, and Jimmy Reed. In the early 80’s, Ron met Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac) and the two became musical partners and close friends. Ron and Mick formed the band, Mick Fleetwood’s Blue Whale.
Preston Reed - Acoustic guitar legend, early pioneer and one-man revolution in the development of the two-hand percussive method of play who has toured the globe.
Jessi Lynn - Nominated for 13 Grammy's. She has independently released six Cd's and won many awards in her career including "Song of The Year", "Artist of the Year", "Album of the Year," and "Female Vocalist of the Year" at the MAMA's.
David Shelley - Powerful blues-rock guitarist. Cast to play a rock musician in movie, "And God Created Women" starring Rebecca DeMornay. Cast for lead role in music videos for Cher's "Heart Of Stone" album including the famous aircraft carrier scene of "If I Could Turn Back Time." Performed at the 1989 American Music Awards and the 1990 and 1991 MTV Music Awards. Toured the US, Canada, Australia, Ireland and the UK with Cher and was seen by millions on cable channels like VH1. Often invited to play with Allman Brothers guitarist Warren Haynes' band Gov't Mule.
Walter Dix - World-class USA sprinter and multiple Olympic medalist. Winner of numerous NCAA championships.
Herman 'Ze German' Rarebell - Herman "Ze German" Rarebell toured the world many times as one of the greatest drummers in the history of Rock 'n' Roll. Over 80 million in worldwide record sales as drummer, writer and co-writer of some of the Scorpions biggest hits. The band is responsible for some of the 80's biggest rock anthems including 'Rock You Like A Hurricane' (#18 on VH1's list of the 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs) and was ranked #46 on VH1's Greatest Artists of Hard Rock program.
Peter Lemongello - The first singer to sell over one million albums on Television! Singer Peter Lemongello launched an "Unprecedented TV Campaign" to promote his "Love '76 Mood-Rock Double Albums" and ended up Rocking the Music World ! It created instant stardom and led to "Sold-Out" concerts at Major venues such as Madison Square Garden, Carnegie Hall, & Lincoln Center, 25 appearances on The "Tonight Show", major media coverage, and appearing live from coast to coast. He was featured on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, and in the Movie “Fletch Lives”.
Twinlab Corp. - Twinlab teamed up with legendary Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis in 2011 to launch an intense new pre-workout powder called Power Fuel. Twinlab Corporation, founded in 1968 and acquired by ISI Brands Inc. in 2003, is a leading manufacturer and marketer of high quality, science-based, nutritional supplements, including a complete line of vitamins, minerals, nutraceuticals, herbs and sports nutrition products
Twinkle Schascle - Warner/Reprise records featured Schascle “Twinkle” on the back cover of Billboard Magazine. Twinkle’s performance in the Montreaux Jazz Festival accompanied by Eric Clapton’s Band under the direction of Quincy Jones won her International Critical Acclaim. Ray Charles, called Twink the “Greatest Soul Singer I’ve Seen In a Long Time..and believe me, I’ve seen my share of imitators”. Twinkle performed “Little Wing” (Jimmy Hendrix) with Paul Rodgers and Bad Company, at the November 2004 concert in Taucoma, Washington.
Ralph Harris (MANish Boy) - Actor and Comedian, Co-star on the big screen of DREAMGIRLS with Jamie Foxx and Beyonce Knowles as well as EVAN ALMIGHTY with Steve Carell and Wanda Sykes. Television appearances include Seinfeld, Parenthood, Nick Freno, Living Single and In Living Color. No stranger to late night, Ralph has been featured on The Tonight Show Starring Jay Leno and Late Night with Conan O’Brien. Ralph is probably best known for his starring role in the ABC-TV sitcom “On Our Own".
CC Coletti - known worldwide for her rocking duets and background vocals with rock and roll legend, Meat Loaf and his Neverland Express World Tours. She has been featured on three of Meat Loafs DVDs, Bat Out Of Hell Live With The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Three Bats Live, and a Documentary, In Search of Paradise. Her voice can be heard on the Bat Out Of Hell 3 album. CC was also featured as the opening act for Meat Loafs European tour in 2007.
Dr. Michele Noonan - The most recognizable real female scientist on TV. Her reality TV, radio, hosting, spokesperson, modeling, comedy, science and health expert and writing experience make her a versatile and magnetic talent. Earned a Ph.D. in Neuroscience in 2008 from a top-ranking Psychiatry department at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Starred on the hit CBS reality TV show Big Brother 11 as part of the “Brains” team. She continues to make appearances as a scientist and brain expert on TV and radio shows including Spike TV’s 1000 Ways to Die, GSN’s Baggage, Playboy Radio, and Nuzzy and the Guy are Decently Funny.
Kermit Cintron - Former World-Champion boxer and star of FIGHT - The Movie
La Toya London - American Idol Finalist, Oprah Winfrey's The Color of Purple actress, NAACP Theater Award Nominee
Gail Jhonsonn - GRAMMY-nominated jazz composer / artist has toured, performed and recorded with: Morris Day, Kevin Toney/The Blackbyrds, Pink, Milli Vanilli, Jermaine Jackson, Bobby Womack, Ray Parker Jr., Vesta, Patti Austin, Peabo Bryson, Jeff Lorber, Paul Taylor and many more.
Carla Jo Carr - GRAMMY-nominated singer / songwriter who has performed with Little Jimmy Dickens, Dale Reeves, Lee Greenwood, Ronnie McDowell, Con Hunley, Jack Green, Chet Atkins, Confedrate Railroad, Gold City, Jeff Steel, Perry Sisters, Heirline, Michael Combs, and many more.
Marala Scott - Award-winning author (In Our House: Perception vs. Reality) and Oprah Winfrey's "Ambassador of Hope" on Oprah's Angel Network which salutes women and men from around the world who are making a difference in the lives of others.
D'Bi Young - An award-winning, african-jamaican dubpoet, monodramatist and educator. A headliner at numerous festivals worldwide including manifesto canada and jamaica, badilisha in cape town, canwest cabaret in the historic distillery district, the calgary international folk and spoken word festivals, vancouver folk festival, havana international reggae festival, and toronto’s international dubpoetry festival.
Jon Butcher - GRAMMY-nominated guitarist. American rock, blues songwriter, guitarist and freelance multimedia producer.
Andy Fraser - Co-wrote mega-rock-hit "All Right Now" as bass player for the band "Free" with singer Paul Rogers (Bad Company, Queen). The song went #1 in more than 20 territories and has since joined the elite club of 3,000,000+ plays. Also played bass for "John Mayall's Bluesbreakers" at age 15 and wrote the hit song "Every Kind of People" for Robert Palmer.
Nayanna Holley - Has worked on shows such as Dancing With the Stars, The GRAMMY Awards, and American Idol, and has sung background for artists such as Michael Jackson, Dave Matthews Band, Sheryl Crow, Queen Latifah, Patti Austin, Sergio Mendes, Jennifer Hudson, Smokey Robinson and others. In February 2010, Miss Holley performed for President Obama & the first family on the PBS special, "In Performance at the White House: A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement".
Haskel McCormick - Legendary Bluegrass banjo player. Haskel and the McCormick Brothers have had a remarkable career, setting trends and forming what is now known as traditional bluegrass music and playing venues like the Grand Ole Opry and Carnegie Hall. Toured for four years with the legendary Lester Flatt (formerly of Flatt & Scruggs) and the Nashville Grass.
Rick Dellaratta - Has performed with everyone from Dizzy Gillespie to Paquito D' Rivera and is considered by many to be one of the finest Singer/Pianists performing today. Has toured the US, Europe, Africa and Brazil and his landmark Jazz for Peace concert at the United Nations in New York in 2002 uniting Israeli, Palestinian and American musicians in concert is now considered one of the most significant cultural events of our time!
Anthony Krizan - Well-respected guitarist who first gained notoriety in the 90s as a member of the Spin Doctors. He has also lent his guitar prowess to such acts as, John Waite and Noel Redding and his songwriting skills to collaborators such as Lenny Kravitz.
Monica Cariveau - Ms Bikini USA, Ms Bikini Universe runner-up
Sidney Wilson - Wilhelmina Fitness Model, Celebrity Personal Trainer and Up and Coming Actor. Appeared multiple times in Men's Fitness magazine and in Sex in the City 2.
Niki J Crawford - Actress, Singer (Macy Gray, Carlos Santana, Nikka Costa, Babyface, Mary J Blige, George Michael, Brian McKnight, etc.)
Theo Peoples - Lead singer of the Temptations and the Four Tops
Teresa Griffin - Terisa Griffin was a contestant on the The Voice. She was part of Team Blake, and was later stolen onto Team Cee Lo. She was eliminated in the Knockout Rounds.
Terry McDermott - Shaggy Scottish rocker Terry McDermott made his mark on Season 3 of "The Voice" as runner up, belting out hairy Camaro classics from the Great American '70s/'80s Rock Songbook (Journey, Boston, Foreigner, et al). But his new original track, "Pictures," evokes the mid-2000s Britrock of bands like Travis, Embrace, Starsailor, and of course his own former Geffen group, Driveblind.
Judith Hill - Sang 'Heal the World' at Michael Jackson's memorial services - as his former backup singer - to an estimated 1 Billion viewers in 160 countries. FInalist on NBC's "The Voice" competitoin 2013. Sang with Smokey Robinson, Babyface, Brian McKnight, Josh Groban, Eric Benet, Boz Scaggs, Kirk Franklin, Lionel Richie, Peter Cetera, Usher, Joss Stone and others.
Paula Deanda - American singer-songwriter and actress. She first came to prominence with her first single, "Doing Too Much", which became a hit in the Southwest. She then got the opportunity to audition for Clive Davis, who signed her to Arista Records on the spot. Her debut album, Paula DeAnda, was released in 2006 and contained the US Billboard Hot 100 top twenty song "Walk Away (Remember Me)".
Joanne Borgella - American Idol finalist, Wilhelmina model, actress and jewelry designer
Kamari Copeland - American Idol semi-finalist, studio vocalist for Fox's hit show, "GLEE" including on "Don't Stop Believin'", #1 on iTunes and #4 on Billboards Hot 100.
Phil Stacey - His first appearance on the sixth season of American Idol was a memorable one, as it was revealed that the United States Sailor was missing the birth of his second daughter in order to audition for the show in Memphis. The son of a pastor, he had been singing in church since childhood and continued to pursue music as an adult, taking lessons while he was in college at Lee University
Macy Kate - An American Contemporary Pop Recording Artist originally from St. Petersburg, Florida. Her soulful voice carried her to the bootcamp round in the popular "X-Factor" competition season #2, 2012. Macy Kate was one of the youngest contestants (only 14 years old at the time), and was the first to receive a Golden Ticket in the season #2 auditions.
Elisa Furr - On any given day you can catch Elisa's music and/or voice on Barbara Walters specials, The Simpsons, The Osbornes, Tyra Banks, Las Vegas, The Family Guy, King of the Hill, Bernie Mac, Gene Simmons Family Jewels, Dozens of MTV and VHI specials and in the feature films "Return of the Titans" and the Oscar nominated movie "Sideways".
Bruce Replogle - Publicist for John Lennon & Yoko Ono. Promoted: Robert Palmer, The Cars, John Mellencamp, Evan Dando & The Lemonheads, The Band, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Paul Weller & The Jam, Tears For Fears, OMD, Mission of Burma, Buzzcocks, Pixies, Little Feat, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Joan Jett, Commander Cody, Aimee Mann, Duran Duran, The Specials, Squeeze, Sonic Youth, Madness, Aerosmith, Henry Rollins/Black Flag, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cure, Ray Davies of The Kinks, and many more.
Sinjin Smith - A former member of the U.S. Indoor National Volleyball Team, Beach Volleyball Olympian and World Champion, Sinjin Smith is regarded as the one of the best beach players ever to play the game. Known to many as the King of the Beach, he has been an ambassador for the sport and has been instrumental in promoting the sport in the USA and around the world and in getting beach volleyball into the Olympic Games.
Steve Erhardt - Hair Stylist, Make-up Artist, and Beauty Consultant for the elite rich and the ultra famous who speaks throughout the country and is a frequent guest on television shows like Larry King Live, The View, Maury, Inside Edition, E-Entertainment, The Discovery Health Channel, Entertainment Tonight, and being featured in People magazine, and the new Fall Issue of Vogue, double page spread, shot by Mario Testino.
Jamie Hector - Actor on the hit show 'Heroes' and star of HBO's 'The Wire'
Rayvon - Singer collaborated with GRAMMY winner Shaggy on the Billboard #1 hit single 'Angel' as well as 'Summertime' and has toured the globe
Earl 'The Pearl' Monroe - Legendary NBA All-Star and hall-of-famer promoting artists from his record label
Adam Hawley - Guitarist for legendary 11-time GRAMMY Award winning group, The Manhattan Transfer
Oris Erhuero - British actor, producer, writer, and former fashion model. He is highly acclaimed for being the most photographed and publicized, international fashion runway and print model of his time era.
Amanda Blank - Mandy Blank is one of the most recognized names and faces in the fitness industry. She has worked in the industry as a competitor, a trainer and one of the top fitness models in the sport. Mandy has over 100 Magazine Covers to her credit including, American Curves, and Oxygen
Jamie Eason - Jamie Eason has become the world's fittest model and continues her hard work and dedication by contributing her knowledge about fitness and nutrition.
Crystal Garreltt - Singer / Actress / Model. Miss South Carolina 2007. She made the top 16 at Miss America 2008. At Miss South Carolina 2006, she placed in the top 10.
Lindsey Carrier - American Idol Contestant Season 15 who made it to the Hollywood rounds.
Felicia Pearson - Author and Actress (HBO's 'The Wire)
Jenna Drey - Billboard top-10 pop singer 
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