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Cheryl Lynne Skinner Producer At Elinez Music Announces 2nd Contemporary Muse MP3 Project Releases “Heartbeats”

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Cheryl Lynne Skinner
Louisville, KY: Composer-Musician Cheryl Lynne Skinner is happy to announce the 2nd Contemporary Muse MP3 Project at cheryllynneskinner.com. Elinez Music, Skinner’s independent label is excited to release an mp3 single each month April-July this summer.

This year’s project will feature tracks from The Love Chronicles Collection exploring the stages and phases of “love“. The first flute instrumental dance track “Heartbeats” explores feelings of infatuation, attraction, “love at first sight” and new love that wants to dance. The MP3’s can be downloaded for $.99 @ cheryllynneskinner.com from ASCAP’s Nimbit Music store.

Skinner, a triple threat performing on keyboard, flute and vocals presents an inspirational program of what she calls contemporary M.U.S.E. (music unleashed from soul experience). Skinner’s compositions defy classification as she combines a myriad of styles, including Jazz, R&B, Latin-American, African and classical to achieve her unique smooth inspirational contemporary sound.

Skinner celebrates three CD releases under the Elinez Music brand, Sunday Afternoon taped “Live” at the Kentucky Center for the Arts and Shades of Blue, a celebration of the blues form and its tone color and I Wonder As I Wander, the 2011 Christmas CD release. Skinner will release the Love Chronicles CD which will include the Contemporary Muse MP3 singles plus several new tracks early next year.

Skinner’s music has been featured in media by WUKY 91.3 FM radio in Lexington, KY interviewed by host John Rose, radio documentary by Chicago WBEZ’s Jodi Becker, and Chicago NPR’s award winning journalist & broadcaster Mara Tapp, The Sunday Afternoon Concert was filmed for the Kentucky Education Television network (KET) documentary, “Go For Baroque” was adopted as first theme song for KET program, “Mixed Media.” and recently Sunday Afternoon CD was included on the play list on WPFW’s Spirit of Jazz” show hosted by Lona Alias featuring an eclectic mixture of inspirational tracks including notables Chaka Khan, Martina McBride, Celine Dionne, Josh Groban, Nina Simone, India Arie, Stevie Wonder.

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Shades of Blue
Shades of Blue
Self Produced
2009
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Teo Macero Teo Macero
producer
David Slusser
saxophone
Luca Bonvini
trumpet
L.A. Jenkins L.A. Jenkins
guitar, electric
Amy Denio Amy Denio
multi-instrumentalist

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