Dan Workman Music, a music production and artist development company, has taken on management and PR for yet another great talent - Houston-based Americana singer/songwriter, Glenna Bell.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) April 19, 2005 -- Dan Workman Music, a music production
and artist development company, has taken on management and PR for yet another
great talent - Houston-based Americana singer/songwriter, Glenna
Spring 2005 brings the release of Glenna Bell’s second CD, Face This World, recorded at the world famous SugarHill Studios in Houston Texas. The album was produced by award-winning vocalist, songwriter and musician John Evans whose band also backed Glenna on upright bass and drums. Aside from John Evans singing two duets on the album and playing washboard, other guest appearances include Chris Masterson, of the Jack Ingram band, who added guitar to several tracks, and Brian Thomas of the Jesse Dayton band who made a stunning guest appearance on “Cosmos Café.”
Face This World captures the very essence of traditional country music invoking heartache, love and loss with a stripped down yet powerful presentation. A singer/songwriter with an engaging and definitive history, Glenna’s latest release reflects a revealing perspective rooted in the past, which also appeals to contemporary listeners.
Everyone in the path of Glenna Bell’s music has been moved and she has gained the elusive respect of many fellow musicians and peers. Producer Dan Workman, whose professional credits include working with Beyonce, ZZ Top and Clay Walker, says, “Glenna Bell is the Loretta Lynn of Texas. No, that’s not right, she’s better.”
Dan Workman Music, a full service production company, added its artist development division in January 2004 and has proven to be very effective in helping launch the careers of up and coming artists.
Logan Bosemer, Creative Director for Dan Workman Music adds, “Glenna’s authenticity is desperately needed in country and roots music today. Her unique sound and image are incomparable to anyone else out there.”
Bosemer, a Nashville transplant, has worked with artists big and small including BR549, Diamond Rio, ‘Soggy Bottom Boy’ Harley Allen and current multi-platinum favorite, Keith Urban. Dan Workman has recorded some of the biggest names in modern music including Destiny’s Child, Beyonce, ZZ Top, Clay Walker and more.
Total dedication to the creative process allows the company to be involved in the evolution of an act for presentation to the professional music industry. Look for Glenna Bell, everywhere, in 2005.
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