Monday, February 25, 2013



Nashville, TN (February 25, 2013) – As one of the top-rated shows on the RFD television network, Larry’s Country Diner reaches 1.4 million people each and every month.  A unique down-home variety show, "Larry’s Country Diner" has become a favorite "eatery" of country fans everywhere. This month’s shows feature country music performances served up by the stars of yesterday and today.  With the addition of "Larry’s Country Diner" to the FamilyNet channel line-up, even more families will fall in love with "Larry’s Country Diner" and its cast of characters.

You can catch a new show every week in March on the RFD network:

Week of March 7: Joey+Rory with Bradley Walker
March 14: Sweethearts of the Rodeo
March 21: Roy Clark
March 28: Restless Heart

Air times for "Larry’s Country Diner" are Thursday night at 7 PM CT / 8 PM ET, Friday morning at 9 AM CT / 10 AM ET, or Saturday evening from 10 PM CT / 11 PM ET.  For more information on “Larry’s Country Diner,” please visit  

Taped in front of a live studio/diner audience at NorthStar Studios, the show’s spontaneity is part of the mystique of "Larry’s Country Diner" which contributes greatly to its success.

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Larry’s Country Diner is a unique down-home variety show which integrates entertainment, interviews and music in a weekly format, taped LIVE in front of a studio audience in a country diner setting.  The show features regular characters including Black, Keith Bilbrey, Sheriff Jimmy Capps, Waitress Renae and avid church lady, Nadine along with special guest appearances by country music artists of yesterday and today.  Since its initial airing on August 3, 2009, Larry’s Country Diner has produced over 100 episodes and has become one of the most popular shows on RFD television, garnering 1.4 million viewers monthly.  The show can also be seen on FamilyNet, check your local listings. For more information, please visit

Larry’s Country Diner is a product of Gabriel Communications.  Owned and operated by longtime disc jockey Larry Black, Gabriel Communications was created in 1996 and specialized in “Reunion” videos. The success of these videos spurred the creation of more than a dozen more projects featuring hundreds of songs and stories as well as Country’s Family Reunion News, a monthly newspaper which highlights the music of yesteryear.  For more information on Country Family Reunion products, please visit:


Nashville, TN— Feb. 25, 2013— Country superstar and consistent hitmaker Tim McGraw claimed his 33rd No. one single this week with "One Of Those Nights" landing at the top spot on the Billboard Country chart. The single, from his No. one selling album TWO LANES OF FREEDOM (Big Machine Records), follows a multitude of chart-topping hits ranging from "Don't Take The Girl" and "I Like It, I Love It" to "Where The Green Grass Grows," "The Cowboy In Me" and "Live Like You Were Dying."
"It feels great to have the No. one song…it's always a really special feeling," said McGraw. "Country radio has never let me down, and I'm so thankful for those relationships.  It's going to be a great song for the tour this summer…it sets the perfect tone for an awesome night!"
Up next for McGraw is an all-star concert special, ACM PRESENTS: TIM McGRAW'S SUPERSTAR SUMMER NIGHT, taping April 8 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and broadcast at a later date on the CBS Television Network.  He'll be calling on his friends to help kick off the 2013 touring season and raise money and awareness for ACM Lifting Lives.  He'll launch his own TWO LANES OF FREEDOM 2013 TOUR, presented by Pennzoil, in Birmingham, AL on May 2 and continue on to 30 cities through July.  The U.S. trek will also feature emerging artists Brantley Gilbert and Love and Theft.
McGraw's TWO LANES OF FREEDOM (Feb. 5) debuted at No. one on the Billboard Country Albums chart marking his 14th career No. one debut.  Since the release of his debut album in 1993, McGraw has sold over 40 million albums, won three GRAMMY’s, 14 ACM Awards, 12 CMA Awards and 10 AMA’s, while simultaneously maintaining a parallel career as a successful actor in such films as the Oscar nominated The Blind SideCountry Strong, and Friday Night Lights—as well as hosting Saturday Night Live, a rare honor for a singer in any genre.  Nielsen-BDS recently certified McGraw as the most-played Country artist of the past 20 years (1992-2012) with more than 10 million spins detected and Mediabase recognized him as the most-played Country artist in the history of their tracking service.  



Nashville, Tenn. (February 25, 2013) - Country music veterans Sammy KershawAaron Tippin and Joe Diffie have teamed up for a national tour they're calling "Roots & Boots." On stage together, the trio perform acoustic versions of their more than 40 Top Ten hit songs, as well as share stories about the roots of their music (view tour EPK here).

"The 'Roots & Boots' tour is three friends who love country music having a good time, telling jokes about each other and telling jokes on each other," says Kershaw.  "We tell stories behind all of our songs.  It's a great show, so don't be square, be there!"

Diffie adds, "Sam, Aaron and I have a great time doing these shows and the fans do too. It's always an adventure."

Tippin says of the tour, "Being onstage with Sammy and Joe is a blast. I admire both of these guys so much. We have a great time together and the show is different every night and always a lot of fun."

Kershaw's platinum-selling albums have had hits such as "She Don't Know She's Beautiful," "I Can't Reach Her Anymore" and "National Working Woman's Holiday."

Tippin's fame was launched with the release of his uncompromising single "You've Got to Stand For Something." He followed that with other major hits including "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly," "There Ain't Nothing Wrong with the Radio" and "Kiss This." 

Since he first topped the charts in 1990 with "Home," Diffie has delivered twelve #1 hits, twenty top 10's and four gold and platinum albums.

2013 "Roots & Boots" Tour Dates:

March 8 - Wilkesboro, NC - John A. Walker Community Center
March 12 - Palm Desert, CA - McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts
March 13 - Modesto, CA - Gallo Center for the Arts
March 14 - Redding, CA - The Cascade Theatre
March 15 - La Mirada, CA - La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
March 16 - Chandler, AZ - Chandler Center for the Arts
March 17 - El Cajon, CA - Sycuan Casino
March 18, 19 - Folsom, CA - Three Stages At Folsom Lake College
March 23 - Rising Sun, IN - Rising Star Casino Resort
March 24 - Meadville, PA - Alleghey College Auditorium
March 29 - Mahnomen, MN - Shooting Star Casino
April 6 - Biloxi, MS - IP Casino Resort & Spa / Convention Center
April 19 - Moncton, Canada - The Centre At Casino New Brunswick
May 10 - Branson, MO - RFD-TV Theatre
May 11 - Sand Springs, OK - Osage Casino - Sand Springs
May 24 - Pigeon Forge, TN - Country Tonite Theatre


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Follow-up Hit To FGL’s Double Platinum, Multi-Week #1 Smash, “Cruise”


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NASHVILLE, TN (February 25, 2013) - Hot Country duo Florida Georgia Line will premiere their brand new video for “Get Your Shine On” today across VEVO, the world’s leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform. The exclusive debut was directed by Declan Whitebloom and shot on the white sandy beaches of Cancun, Mexico and features exciting scenes from the Hard Rock Hotel Cancun property. From dawn until dusk every day, the newcomers proved their love for all things aquatic from racing jet skis to filming underwater. The guys and their crew made a few “new friends” during a little lucha libre. The team also survived a flat tire on a deserted road while making their way to Tulum.
The follow-up to FGL’s Double Platinum, multi-week #1 smash “Cruise” is poised for similar success. “Get Your Shine On” has sold over 300,000 copies to date and is already a Top 20 hit. Both are featured on their Republic Nashville debut album, HERE’S TO THE GOOD TIMES, which earned the highest debut album sales of 2012 for a new Country artist. Their fresh energy and unique sound has garnered buzz among fans, media and superstars (Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley and Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles) alike.
Don’t miss the wild cinematic journey via For more on FGL, visit
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Steel Guitar News February 25. 2013

I’d like to talk about one aspect of working the road and that is enduring inclement weather conditions.  If somebody catches a cold or the flu before the road trip is over with, it goes through everybody on the bus because it goes through the heating and air-conditioning system. 

I still to this day take mega-doses of vitamin C because there’s nothing more miserable than working with a 104 degree fever for three or four days in a row.  It isn’t quite like being home and having mama fix you chicken soup.

I remember a time in the mid-seventies, we were working up in Canada in January.  It was way below zero.  In the middle of the night, one of the guys got up out of his bunk and smelled smoke.  Had he not gotten up, all of us in the bunk area could have suffocated.

As it turned out, some electric wires underneath the bottom bunk had come together and caught fire and the bunk area was full of smoke.  He immediately woke everyone up.  We went up front and the bus driver pulled the bus over.  We got the fire put out.  It was just smoldering and hadn’t got up to a flame, but the wiring in the bus was shot.

It’s 3 AM in the morning at minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit.  Fortunately, Conway Twitty’s bus was behind us.  They pulled in behind us, we got out with just our necessities.  Loretta and all of us piled on Conway’s bus.  That was a bus load of people.

Our bus driver had to stay with our bus and wait until it got daylight out to take it to a shop to be repaired.  The wiring was totally gone so he had no lights.  We went ahead and worked the next two or three days with all of us piled on the one bus.  Finally, our bus got repaired and our driver drove and met us.

I’ll never forget standing outside the bus in the middle of the night in that terrible cold weather until Conway’s bus caught up with us.

One thing that happens all the time is that shows get cancelled for pouring rain.  Water and electricity don’t mix and fans just don’t understand that.  The get upset because we can’t do the show.

One time, we played an outdoor show in Florida and it was in December.  A cold front came in and it was 26 degrees.  My fingers absolutely did not want to move when I tried to play.

I always hated to see hot summer weather to come because it would be two or three months of working in miserably hot weather playing dusty race tracks at county fairs.  We also had to play the outdoor country music parks back then.  Places like Ponderosa Park in Ohio, Bucklake Ranch in Indiana and Sunset Park in Pennsylvania.

There were so many of those outdoor parks back then.  In fact, I think that is kind of a piece of country music history.  I think most of them are pretty much a thing of the past. 

At many of them, we had to do three shows a day.  We had to wear band uniforms with rhinestones that were made out of gabardine.  That stuff doesn’t breathe at all.  We had patent leather western boots that would be so hot your feet would just burn like fire.  

Everybody including myself would be out of tune because of the heat and wind messing with the instruments and you just had to grin and bear it.  Obviously, there were no electronic tuners back then.  Many stages were built facing the hot sun so the audience wouldn’t have to look at it, but we did.  It was right in our faces.

We had our own PA system that we carried on the bus.  It was a Shure Vocal-Master.  We had four of these long columns we had to set up every day along with the PA head, microphones and cables.  None of the amplifiers were miked.  The vocal microphones were all run directly into a mixing board which we ran from the stage.

Since none of the amplifiers were miked, when you played outside you had to crank it up and play loud and watch and listen to what else was going on onstage.  We didn’t have in ear monitors and custom mixes like the groups today have.

Many of the people in the audience would bring their children with them.  If it had rained earlier that day, there would be kids running and sliding in the mud and playing.  One particular time at Sunset Park in West Grove, Pennsylvania, not far from Philadelphia, it had rained earlier that day.  The bus got stuck in the mud and we had to have a wrecker come pull the bus out of the mud.

We decided to have a dirtiest kid contest.  The guys in the band pooled our money.  It ended up coming to about $25 which was a lot of money back in those days.  Don Ballinger, my dear friend whom we lost back in ’86 was fronting our band and playing rhythm guitar.  He also sang some duets with Loretta.

Don announced to the crowd at the beginning of the show that at the end of the day we would hold a dirtiest kid contest and the kid that won would win $25.  As the day progressed and we played all three shows, in the time between the shows, there were scores of kids sliding in the mud deliberately trying to get dirty.

Finally at the end of the day, we judged the contest and picked out the dirtiest kid and gave him the $25.  It’s strange how people can really create their own amusement which we were forced to do much of the time.

Being on the road can be miserable, can be happy, can be trying, is inconvenient and is unforgettable.  These young kids on the road with stars today don’t know how good they have it!

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Nashville Gears Up For Country Radio Seminar 2013

Nashville Gears Up For Country Radio Seminar 2013
World’s Largest Country Radio Event Packed with Talent, Education,
and Networking Opportunities
(Nashville, TN - Feb 25, 2013) Country Radio Seminar 2013 is set to kick off on Wednesday, Feb. 27th at the Nashville Convention Center.
This year’s event includes more than 20 panels, exhibits and educational presentations, as well as featured speakers and panelists from all areas of the radio and records industry.
Known as the biggest Country radio event in the world, the seminar continues to grow with a cutting edge agenda, with a number of networking opportunities and performances from some of the biggest stars in the format.
“This year’s attendees will notice a lot of changes,” said CRS Executive Director Bill Mayne. “Our goal has always been to provide a forum for industry professionals on both the educational and networking level. We feel we have accomplished this in many different ways.”
Throughout the seminar, an effort is being made to help raise awareness about important health issues. Country Radio Seminar is offering for the first time free heart test, courtesy of Cleveland HeartLab.  Inflammation Testing (“IT”) will be available for the first 500 CRS attendees who visit the Cleveland HeartLab Screening Suite, located inside the Nashville Convention Center.  The IT blood test (no fasting required) provides more in-depth information about heart health beyond normal cholesterol testing.  The Screening Suite will be open daily at CRS from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., or until 500 tests have been administered.
A limited number of seats are still available for the Country Radio Hall of Fame Dinner and Awards ceremony, but for the third year in a row, The New Faces Show of Country Music show is sold out. A closed circuit viewing room has been added to accommodate the overflow crowd for the New Faces Show.
Some of the Agenda highlights for CRS 2013 are:
Tuesday, Feb. 26:
The Country Radio Hall of Fame Dinner and Awards ceremony will unofficially kick off the seminar. This year’s inductees are: Gaylon Christie as the Radio category inductee, and Dr. Don Carpenter, Crook & Chase, Eddie Edwards and Bill “Dex” Poindexter are the On-Air category inductees. Academy of Country Music CEO, Bob Romeo, will receive the CRS President’s Award and George Strait will receive the CRB Career Achievement Award. A limited number of tickets are still available for the Hall of Fame Dinner.  The official Hall of Fame After Party, featuring Katie Armiger and Craig Campbell, will take place after the awards ceremony in the Renaissance Hotel Music City Ballroom.
Wednesday, Feb. 27:
Capitol Record’s Little Big Town will kick off the seminar with a performance of the national anthem at the opening ceremonies, followed by the keynote address, delivered by Jeff Smulyan, CEO of Emmis Communications Corporation. Presentation of the Artist and Radio Humanitarian Awards will follow the keynote address.  Big & Rich is this year’s Artist Humanitarian Award recipient.
Wednesday’s educational events include two research presentations; one entitled, “Music On The Move: Inside the Drive Towards Mobile Music Consumption,” presented by The Country Music Association and a second one developed by Edison Research and commissioned by CRS.
The “Team UMG at the Ryman” luncheon will feature artists from the Universal Music Group roster.  Artists set to perform include Billy Currington, Brothers Osborne, Chris Stapleton, Darius Rucker, David Nail, Dierks Bentley, Drake White, Eric Church, Eric Paslay, Josh Turner, Kacey Musgraves, Kelleigh Bannen, Lady Antebellum, Lauren Alaina, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Mickey Guyton, Randy Montana, Scotty McCreery and Vince Gill.
Later that afternoon, songwriters The Warren Brothers (Brad and Brett) and Thomas Rhett will co-headline WCRS Live!. The CRS Artist/Attendee Welcome Reception will follow and give attendees a chance to meet n’ greet with participating artists.
That night, the “Grand Ole Opry at CRS” show will include appearances by Grand Ole Opry members Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Vince Gill along with Little Big Town, Dustin Lynch, Scotty McCreery, Kacey Musgraves, Josh Turner and Greg Bates.
Thursday, Feb. 28:
Thursday’s panel highlights are Matt Sunshine’s “Brainstorming and Marketing Strategy Model,” “Special PPM Reporting on the Country Radio Audience,” “Tips and Tricks From Other Formats,” A CMA Marketing Break Out Panel and “Younger Country – Is 18-34 the new 25-54.” In addition, the highly anticipated “Country Comes To New York” panel, featuring Cumulus CEO, Lew Dickey will take place.
MCA’s Gary Allan will headline the Capitol and MCA Records Luncheon and Capitol’s Jon Pardi is set to open. 
More performances continue that afternoon as Love and Theft, JT Harding and Jonathan Singleton appear as the lineup for the KCRS Live! Showcase.
For the second consecutive year, “Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley” will return with an all-star lineup of hit songwriters. Rhett Atkins, Tom Douglas, Marv Green, Ben Hayslip, Natalie Hemby, Luke Laird, Shane McAnally, Wendell Mobley, Jeff Stevens and several surprise guests are set to perform at the event, which is presented by Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40 and co-sponsored by SunTrust Bank.
Friday March 1:
Cumulus Radio Medical correspondent and Emmy® award-winning CNN chief correspondent,  
Dr. Sanjay Gupta is Friday’s featured speaker. Gupta will address attendees in an effort to help raise awareness about important health issues.
Panels scheduled for that day include Paul Jankowski’s “Branding For Sales,” Valerie Geller’s “Secret Of Developing Talent,” “An Analysis of Radio’s Digital Competition,” “Do Record Promotion Dollars Make Sense,” and “Accelerating Success For New Artists.”
The Black River Entertainment luncheon will feature Sarah Darling, Craig Morgan, and Kellie Pickler.
Closing out the seminar is the annual New Faces Show and Awards.  This year’s class of New Faces is Easton Corbin, Florida Georgia Line, Brantley Gilbert, Jana Kramer and Kip Moore.
The CRS Badge Bar will return with a new design and is open to CRS attendees only.  A variety of late night showcases and activities are also scheduled, including a 3-night poker tournament.
As in previous years, the CRS 2013 app provides attendees with an expanded CRS agenda, panel descriptions, speaker bios, live performances, CRS after-hour activities and Country Aircheck news. Users can create their own customized CRS schedule, rate the panels and post updates and reviews directly to their social media profiles.
New features on the app for 2013 include: detailed maps, integrated calendar upgrades, a “real time” ratings system for panels and events, panel handouts and presentations and CRS-TV.
 Locations to download the CRS 2013 App include:
An on-site registration will be available for $599 at the Nashville Convention Center, starting Tuesday, Feb. 26.  Daily tickets will also be available for $200 and provide access into panels and luncheons. 
About Country Radio Seminar: Country Radio Seminar is an annual convention designed to educate and promote the exchange of ideas and business practices in the Country music industry, with specific emphasis on issues relevant to Country radio.  CRS 2013 will be held Feb. 27 – March 1, 2013, in downtown Nashville, Tenn., at the Nashville Convention Center.  Visit for more information or contact Kristen McRary at 615-327-4487. Follow CRS on Twitter here and use the hashtag #CRS2013 to join in reporting from CRS 2013.


     "We were traveling east across mid-Florida," Bob Everhart said as he piloted his RV camper down the Florida backroads.  "We had been looking for some orange groves, and we finally found some on Highway-80.  Tons of them, everywhere we looked there were orange groves, and large numbers of oranges on each tree.  Then the orange groves disappeared, and sugar cane fields started popping up....everywhere.  We went right through Pahokee, Florida, where Mel Tillis was born.  I even wrote a song called the 'Pahokee Sugar Cane Blues' quite a few years ago, with Steve Hansen from Lincoln, Nebr., playing an electric guitar lead on it.  You can probably find it at Smithsonian-Folkways and then type in Bob Everhart to find the song."
     "We went right through a huge sugar cane field burn," Sheila said, "the smoke was so dense we could hardly see to drive."
     The Everharts are at Lion Country Safari, where they performed their 'Traveling Museum of Music' at the KOA RV resort, right next to Lion Country.  "We could hear the lions every night we were there," Bobbie Lhea, the Everhart's 16-year old daughter said.  "We could hardly sleep at night.  They would start roaring about 11pm and keep it up until two in the morning."
     "We did a nice concert for about 60 of the KOA folks," Sheila added, "and then they gave us free admission and a free car to travel through the Safari attraction.  It was pretty incredible, considering we also got free RV camping at this same RV resort..  We got to see the lions that made so much noise at night, but even more spectacular, we had to stop the car in the middle of the road to let five huge rhinos pass through.  The same thing happened with some huge cattle that commandeered the roadway.  We had such a good time doing the Safari, we did it twice.  Those huge rhinos, lions, ostrich's, giraffes, and water buffalo all came right next to the car. There were huge numbers of antelope and gnus and animals like this from all over the world.  It could be pretty scary if you didn't follow the instructions of the guides."
     "We're finally getting pretty close to the reason we came to Florida," Bob added, we will be at the German-American Club to do a charity show for Horse Country in Miami." 
     "Dad did a good job finding us a budget lunch,"  Bobbie Lhea added.  "We got to eat at the Lion Safari.  Dad took us to the theme park that is connected to the Safari, and sure enough he found some terrific food for us.  I had chicken fingers which were good, mom had a bacon cheeseburger, and dad had a pub style cheeseburger, and he still kept it under $20, which is getting harder and harder to do here in Florida.

Interview with SIVAUNT

Interview with SIVAUNT

Lamitschka:  Music has many new fans throughout Europe who may be hearing about you for the first time. How would you describe yourself and the music you play to someone who has never seen or heard you?

SIVAUNT:  Savant! Genious! Intense and interesting compeling story's about life. Sivaunt's music is miror image to our life . Blood sweat and tears plus fun!

Lamitschka:  How was the last year for you? What were your highlights?

SIVAUNT:  It was a great year. We exsposed Sivaunt to so many incredible people and developed so many industry relationships with great some of the best. Many like yourself.

Lamitschka:  What is your latest CD and how's it doing?

SIVAUNT:  Radio Soul. Is doing quite well and breaking many markets and genres I never exspected. Can't wait to be part of a major tour . The songs are very fun to perform on this C.D.

Lamitschka:  How did you choose the title for the CD?  Is there a story behind the name?

SIVAUNT:  It is the epedomy of what Sivaunt is savant. A stroke of Genious while the ideal came out of a song title of of the album. It is what we shoot for every time we hit the studio. Radio Soul. Something comercial that has the roots of great music in it. That is Radio Soul.

Lamitschka:  Do you write the songs yourself? If not, how do you go about finding the songs for your CD?

SIVAUNT:  Yes ! Sivaunt is the song writing of Brian Garrett and Sidney Jordan. We constructed our own sound of country with rock and funk influences. We write all of our songs. No let down in that department. We actually write so many songs that we often have to let the people choose before we go to print! We always test market our music first! The songs we pick are usually the songs are friends and fans like. As we allwasy test market our music first. No sence in releasing songs only we like.

Lamitschka:  Please tell us about the songs on your album (influences, etc). 

SIVAUNT:  We are glad you asked this question. We use a country juke joint style to our music. Songs like Self -Esteem , The Morning After and This Ain't the same old music kind of are the statement song's on our album. We also have a great song called God Bless America. . To keep our ballad fans happy we added a great song called Just You.

Lamitschka:  What is the difference between your last CD and your current one?

SIVAUNT:  Our first batch of material was a ballad mode that we were set in. Included songs like The closer we get,What Ever and Fall in love. Really classic material that is still getting spins three years later . We may use a few on our first major release. Maybee. We went up tempo a notch simply beause that is what was comming next. And we are  realy flowing musicly. So you really can hear this on songs like Radio Soul and The Morning After. and Sun Shine On My Mind!

Lamitschka:  Your current single is being played by radio. What do you feel is special about this song that makes people want to hear it?

SIVAUNT:  Sun Shine On My Mind ! It's just fun. Something everybody can relate to and have a good time. No need to change the station. 

Lamitschka:  What will your next single be?

SIVAUNT:  We are realy planning a very nice video for the single the Morning After. We realy will rely on video to decide the next single. After we are done with that. It probably will decide what single we will release next. But a toss up between The Morning After, Self -Esteem and This Ain't The Same Old Music for sure.

Lamitschka:  What kind of songs do you like to record the most?

SIVAUNT:  As  produce's  and artist we love all genres of music. We realy have a personal love for Country,Rock and R&b.Secret we also have completed several Jazz ,House and Techno projects and produce hip hop music for other artist and tv and film.

Lamitschka:  What is your favorite song among all the songs you have recorded and what's the story behind it?

SIVAUNT:  I would say The Closer We Get. It realy gave us something to build on as a group.We both played and sang on it together and realy got us started.

Lamitschka:  What's unique about you that will differentiate you from other artists?

SIVAUNT:  We really are accomplished with our tallents. But we still give in to the song and the listener. Not so cosmetic. Real people that are approachable on so many levels.I think so many artist never gain or some how loose that ability sometimes.

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