July 01, 2005

FEATURED

TRUSTIN HOWARD, author of the bestselling book My Life With Regis and Joey, has been invited to do an on-camera interview for the History of 3-D documentary, which will be shown at the upcoming 3-D Film Festivals in San Francisco, Hollywood, and New York. Trustin will discuss his 3-D musical short, Stardust in Your Eyes, which features his composition "My Heart is Owned and Operated by You."

DENNIS LIVINGSTON'S song "It's Time For Roses" received its US premiere recording by San Francisco cabaret and jazz singer Lua Hadar on It's About Time, her album of standards old and new.

LARRY MAY'S song "Too Much Money, Too Much Time," a melodic ode to Lizzie Grubman, aired on Summerland on the WB network. His song "Yellow Bird" was also named an honorable mention winner in the Songprize.com International Contest.

MICHAEL J. MCEVOY has composed the score for a major NOVA docudrama, E=mc2. The two-hour film, which will be premiered across the PBS network in October 2005, takes the viewer on a historical journey illustrating the development of Einstein's famous equation. The film was produced in Europe by Darlow-Smithson ("Touching the Void") and directed by Gary Johnstone.

WILLIAM SUSMAN'S Uprising for solo piano was featured in the Meyer Concert Series in San Francisco, performed by 2003 Grammy nominee David Holzman, who has championed the work since its 1990 NYC premiere. Mr. Holzman recorded Uprising a few days later at Skywalker Ranch for an upcoming CD.