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Circle Of Songs

After attending a terrific concert for New Songwriters at Genghis Cohen in Los Angeles, I spoke with a very nice woman, Jenna Leigh, who runs Around the Globe & Circle of Songs® which hosts live weekly showcases, featuring professional performers of all genres, both in Los Angeles and Santa Monica, and also has a national and international tour to promote new artists.

The showcases are hosted in two formats, 1) "Songwriter Circle" where performers acoustically (one instrument and one vocalist) share the stage taking turns performing their songs and 2) the "LIVE!" nights, which are full 45 minute band showcases.

If you are a new performer, or a music fan and wanna know more about a SHOWCASE SERIES in your area please visit the Circle of Songs website at http:/www.circleofsongs.com. It will be well worth your time. FYI, Circle of Songs is a professional member-based artist development organization so please check out all the artists services on the website!

Contact: Jenna Leigh

Address: 614 Hampton Drive Venice, California 90291

Office: 310-452-4163

Fax: 310-452-7403

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.circleofsongs.com

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