Shine On Hollywood Magazine – Real People, Real Stories
Welcome to the September and October 2014 exciting bonus issue of Shine On Hollywood Magazine (SOHM)! As the summer draws to a close and the fall season ushers in, it reminds us that change is inevitable. We are fortunate here in Hollywood to live in a place where change often times brings some new form of excitement. From the hot, sexy summers to the glamorous film awards season to the party-filled holiday season, there is always something for everyone. Moreover, the lives that have changed and shaped Hollywood have brought us glamour, fascination and excitement. This month, our focus is on “Top Music Industry Professionals.” These individuals entertain, inspire and enhance the condition of our lives and we are proud to include them in our SOHM family.
From our digital archives, we catch up with Asha Puthli. First featured in July 2012, Asha is a “world music” pioneer who is known in the jazz world for her daredevil vocals. She talks with us about her latest exciting projects.
This month’s cover story features Michael Orland, pianist, arranger and Associate Musical Director extraordinaire of American Idol. Some refer to him today as a “Star Maker” and his attitude toward work and life are inspiring. You won’t want to miss out on reading about his fascinating journey.
This issue also features Jon Mullane, an internationally acclaimed rock singer and songwriter who has an intuitive talent for writing songs that connect with his audiences across North America, Europe and Asia. This month’s issue also includes Glenn Treibitz, an accomplished composer, lyricist and playwright and the owner and President of one of the largest piano companies in the United States. Finally, we are proud to feature the multi-talented Cindy Paulos, the first female DJ to be on-air in Los Angeles who has had a remarkable life as a minister, writer, artist, composer and radio and T.V. personality.
We encourage you to “Let them be your motivation.”
SOHM remains a politics and gossip free publication with its focus on, Real People, Real Stories, from the Arts and Pop Culture Community who make a difference by giving back, and we are delighted to share their heart-felt stories with you. We will continue to provide the industry’s foremost creative meeting place with monthly showcases, news, opinions, analysis and audience feedback.
The upcoming issue a tribute to an American legendary actress who graced us with her undeniable talent and left us with unforgettable memories of her movies and TV shows, Arlene Martel. Her daughter, Avra Douglas, shares about her loving mother also known as “Tasha”. Look for exclusive interviews with fans and celebrity peers who are mourning the loss of her as a brilliant and talented woman that played roles from T’Pring in Star Trek to appearing in Uncle Willie on Broadway. Her diversified roles have indelibly stamped her memory in fans’ minds worldwide.
We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to your feedback and continued support!
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