I am collecting strong-willed submissions from Indie Artist that are unfaltering to bring *forth music in this fickle but competitive industry.
I am offering all Indie artist a voice that may or may not, have the financial backing, but not the Street Buzz.
I promised three artist a week for much deserved promos. I have been running behind, because the police and citizens dying for absolutely no damn reason…
I will offer respect this to you lovers of inventiveness …
I believe we have to live in this world and build, but the simple things are free but a man or woman has to eat, sleep, and thrive. If we entrust this positive energy in our body of work, we will retain positive energy. Leave that negativity alone!
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Bill And Hillary former first lady and our beloved president were going in debt when they left the white house. I bet that loaned money to folks. I bet that is what happened. I don’t think they were waiting in the Chow Line. We have confirmation that they Were living and striving and trying to survive. They endured temporary layoffs and instant credit rip offs.This is a quote from Chelsea Clinton’s
Thelma Evans mother. Here is the quote from Hillary:
“You have no reason to remember, but we came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt,” Clinton said. “We had no money when we got there, and we struggled to piece together the resources for mortgages for houses, for Chelsea’s education. It was not easy. Bill has worked really hard. And it’s been amazing to me. He’s worked very hard.”
Hilary Clinton said she and Bill were in debt and dead broke when they left the White House. The public record shows that they possibly had more liabilities than assets, but it doesn’t show that conclusively. More important, a balance sheet does not tell the full story and the experts we reached said the Clintons’ earning potential had a real economic value that the financial sector traditionally acknowledges and is willing to bank on.
A few weeks before they left the White House, the Clinton’s were able to muster a cash down payment of $855,000 and secure a $1.995 million mortgage. This hardly fits the common meaning of “dead broke.”-quote from Politifact.com
It is possible that we can come back from the brink of projectdom as long as we keep our heads to the sky, and make sure J.J.Evans has his paint brushes, and Ned The Wino shows up at his own funeral.
Director: Millicent Shelton
Label: DKG Music
Artist: Rhian Benson
Album: Gold Coast