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Hey all! I am signning on a new Rap Artist, Jim Smiley. With him signing on to BMI with me he will go much further then the norm who want to jam in the basement! Congrats to you Jim and this shows dedication and ambition to wanting the step to sucess! Here is his link

http://www.youtube.com/embed/kacyAYzWqRY

Song:  “FIGHT”

By Jim Smiley

Jeff Massive Publishing and productions BMI

New CD coming soon!

Hello World!

 Art work by Kaliopy!!!!

TokiDoki at Sephora
 
Tokidoki’s Soda Shop Collection: It’s time now for some good old-fashioned fun. The Soda Shop collection features the tokidoki
characters Bastardino, Adios, and Trucker Burger in a classic American “happy days” world. Embrace the bright eyeshadows, unique
lip balm stains, and limited-edition bags and pouches—all covered with artist Simone Legno’s beloved characters and presented
exclusively at Sephora  www.sephora.com
 
 
Brought to you by OW:  www.outsiderswindow.com

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Welcome back J-Lo!!!  After disappearing from her fans and spot light to enjoy some quality time in her married
and family life,  its great to see this sexy Innovator back on the Floor.
 
Jennifer Lopez, sexy as ever has released her first track featuring Pitbull “On the Floor”. It has topped #1 on the Hottest music charts,
and I admit, I haven’t stop re-playing this track over and over again since its first release.
 
In just under 2 weeks,  her viral video on You Tube has reached over 37, 000,000 hits,  jetting passed superstars like Brittney Spears and
Lady Gaga By the millions.  This little sensation is just powering through the decades, how can you not love her?  !!
 
Check Out JLo’s Ft Pitbull video via:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4H_Zoh7G5A
 
By Kaliopy
www.kaliopy.com.au

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It’s About Hair This Fashion Season
 
Its “Fashion Full Stop” at L’ Oreal Fashion (LMFF) week in Australia and today’s topic is about………HAIR!!!
That’s right, your outfit is not complete without this seasonal hair styles.
 
Revamp your looks by choosing a flattering hairstyle, begin the season with a new cut or colour, there is no specific style you need,
keep in mind variety is the key on the runway, with sharp, vibrant, enhancing colour locks making luscious style statements.
 
Whether you love long, lustrous locks or short, sassy crops, take the plunge with your hair stylist and re-create a new you. Once you have
that new look, maintaining the shape you desire is not as tedious as you may think, a trip to your hair salon every 8 weeks, keeps you looking
fresh all year round.
 
You are bound to take this new decade to a whole new level with sweeping fringes, Short, Sharp cuts and soft, feminine curls. Choose the most
flattering look the best suits your facial features and hair type.
 
If you don’t have a 2011 fashion hairstyle magazine in front of you, There are thousands of links online that can help you find the style that suits you,
I have found a link to direct my “OW” readers, called Fashionising: http://www.fashionising.com/trends/b–2011-hair-trends-2011-hairstyles-4338.html
16 march 2011
 
By kaliopy
http://www.kaliopy.com.au

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The Stu Thomas Paradox
 
 
STU THOMAS is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, performer, producer,
and has worked with some of Australia’s greatest bands.
He fronts THE STU THOMAS PARADOX, and plays baritone guitar/bass for
Dave Graney & The Lurid Yellow Mist and bass for Kim Salmon & The Surrealists.
BEGINNINGS:
Born in Canberra, raised in Perth, Stu played music from an early age, starting as 2nd trumpet in the Xavier Swing College Band.
He taught himself guitar and bass, and could play almost any instrument he tried. He decided music was his true calling.
Stu formed bands and played gigs until he was finally run out of town for refusing to play covers. He headed to Australia’s music
capital Melbourne in 1990, leading the trio Organism, which played odd, primal pop. Surviving a year living and playing together,
they were touted by national broadcaster JJJ, released a cassette, then broke up. Stu played on…
SOLO ARTISTE:
Stu’s first solo release was the Resonance EP of 2003, followed by the 2004 album Devil and Daughter
(audrey), a darkly acoustic affair (re-issued worldwide in 2007 by Spanish boutique label BANG!).
To perform this music he sculpted a low-down live band, Stu & the Celestials, fronting on vocals and nylon-string.
In 2005 Stu took a different tack, forming the hot-wired voodoo-surf group THE STU THOMAS PARADOX.
The sound turned electric, with Stu wielding a wild, reverb-laden baritone guitar.
Stu (and/or band) has appeared across Australia, NZ & Europe, sharing bills with Ed Kuepper (Saints), Darling Downs,
Dave Graney, Steve Lucas (X), Kim Salmon, Thomas Wydler (Bad Seeds), Penny Ikinger, Silver Ray…
2nd album Escape From Algebra was self-released in April 2010 (Bar Hum Bug).
THE BRASS BED:
In 1997 Stu formed the trash-noir brass outfit The Brass Bed. As ringmaster, he led them from the rock stage to live cinema and
gallery events, via a number of independent releases. 1997′s low key EP (Blah Blah Blah) received acclaim, as did the
No Single picture disc of 1998. Their debut album Save Your Breath surfaced in 2001 (Corduroy).
In 2002 they self-released a CD of live soundtracks, Resonances: Live Film Muzak and in 2007 The Super 8 Video LP DVD
(Bar Hum Bug). They appeared live in Australia and NZ, performing with the likes of Rowland S Howard, Kim Salmon & The
Surrealists, Spencer P Jones’ Last Gasp, Vardos, The National Junk Band, Dumb Earth, Luxedo…
KIM SALMON:
Stu had moved thru a ridiculously large succession of bands on bass and/or vocals when the call came to join
Kim Salmon & The Surrealists in 1995. He then became an international player, when they hit Europe, USA and Australia in ’96.
In 1997 they released a string of singles and the album Ya Gotta Let Me Do My Thing (Half-A-Cow). Stu remained as the
Surrealists added a brass section, becoming Kim Salmon & The Business in 1999, and releasing the album Record in 2000
(Half-A-Cow). Their association continued through Salmon’s “Earnest” band in 2002-3, The Scientists 2004 Euro-tour, and 2009
in SALMON. In 2006, Kim Salmon & The Surrealists were invited to Spain for Azkena Rock fest, and subsequently played more
Australian shows, with a new album Grand Unifying Theory (LTI) released 2010.
DAVE GRANEY:
In 2003, Stu joined The Royal Dave Graney Show, as bassist. Soon after, the band became The Lurid Yellow Mist featuring
Dave Graney & Clare Moore. With this band he covered Australia many more times, performing in cities, country areas and
exotic locales (inc. Cocos Islands in ’07). Stu also toured extensively with Dave & Clare as an acoustic trio.
He appears on 2005′s Hashish & Liquor and the 2006 trio album Keepin’ It Unreal (Cockcaigne/Reverberation).
In 2008, the trio opened for Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds across Europe and UK. Stu played and sang on 2008 band album
We Wuz Curious, plus Dave Graney’s solo album of 2009 Knock Yourself Out, and 2011′s Rock N Roll Is Where I Hide.
SESSIONWORK:
Stu has always been sought after to play live and on recordings by other artists of note including:
Kim Salmon, Dave Graney, Billy Miller (Ferrets), Spencer P Jones, Luxedo, Barb Waters, Red Lantern, Even,
Mark Gardener (Ride), Mike Noga (Drones), Dan Brodie & The Broken Arrows, The Spoils, Penny Ikinger,
Wayfaring Strangers, Swedish Magazines, Jane Dust, The Dames, Chris Marshall…
Stu Thomas – vocals, guitar, baritone guitar, songs, artwork
Billy Miller – guitar, vocals
Phil Collings – drums
Ed Miller – bass, vocals
CONTACT
PARADOX HQ
ph: (03) 9314 7447
mob: 0414 722 357
stu-gina@netspace.net.au
http://www.myspace.com/thestuthomasparadox
http://www.myspace.com/thebrassbed
http://www.thedavegraneyshow.com
http://www.myspace.com/kimlsalmon
Keep tuned as Stu Thomas will soon be releasing an EP  Picture Disc of obscure film songs!!! More of this brilliant musician coming soon.
 
 
By Kaliopy
http://www.kaliopy.com.au

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L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival 2011
 

Melbourne Fashion Week has come round once again.  The festival is expected to launch in the coming days, from 14th to 20th of March,
with schedules running back to back all day and night down the runway.

Celebrating our history in style, its all about music, champagne and indeed eye stopping fashion.  For those that have never been to at
least one show, I urge you to go and experience the unique style and flavours of the coming seasonal collections being exhibited.
 
For fashion lovers, you can visit more of LMFF time tables at: http://www.lmff.com.au/2010/uploads//2011creative/LMFF_2011_festival_planner.pdf
11 march 2011
 

By Kaliopy
http://www.kaliopy.com.au

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Japan’s Second Reactor In Trouble
 
We have all been watching closely to Japan’s catastrophic Tsunami damage, and only yesterday the first nuclear reactor had exploded after leaking
into the ocean for days after the earthquake incident hit the facility in Northeast of Tokyo.

Now the nation is fearing a second reactor is also in trouble, calling on an atomic emergency as the cooling system has failed, residence in the area
have been ordered to evacuate, as concerns rise the nuclear plant will explode.

The Massive earthquake tsunami, have left over 1000 people dead and 10,000 missing. Police reportedly said between 200 and 300 bodies had been
found in the city of Sendai. Up to 400 bodies were recovered in Rikuzentakata, a coastal town of some 23,000 people; NHK quoted the military as saying.
 
To read more about today’s updates on the tsunami / nuclear reports, click on the link below to read a full description on nine msn news:
http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/japanquake/8223179/meltdown-fear-after-japan-nuke-plant-blast 
World News: 14 march 2011
 
 
By Kaliopy
http://www.kaliopy.com.au

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Hey to all, I’m still trying to figure out the blog section, I inserted more detail of why you should be published on the Home page, Read it and you’ll understand why being published is one of the most important parts of the music/tv industry.
Also Refuse Life is almost done with their CD so be looking for it, I’ll be sending their material Global and soon, as I heard the new material, you listeners will want to get this new CD, IT’S HOT!!!!!!!!

Also Jim Smiley, my Rap artist is in the studio finishing up his final touches of his CD, He is soon to be joining the Elite Rappers of the world. It is going great, peace out on that!

Kaliopy, Artist from Australia is gearing up for her New painting project, John Lennon and a series of different paintings will accomidate the Project! If you’re out there Yoko Ono you must see the talent Kaliopy is putting into her John Lennon Project! And to all of the John Lennon fans, this is a must! You will need these paintings in your Gallery or even your homes right in the front entrances at best! To contact Kaliopy you have to go through me for I am her Publacist here in the States. You can see one of the samples of her Project on the Home Page! And more on the Artist page! my contact:
jeff@jeffmassivebmi.com

Also a new Journalist will be joining with me to do all of the interviews with all of the bands and she will be finding me new ones to publish!

Jeff Massive BMI