ALANA LEE Lands Endorsement Deal with Daisy Rock Girl Guitars
Rising pop songstress Alana Lee (www.alanaleemusic.net) who is making noise on the U.S. Mediabase Pop radio charts with her infectious song "Dream Out Loud," has landed a coveted endorsement deal with the L.A.-based guitar company Daisy Rock Girl Guitars. Based in Los Angeles, the guitar company boasts a roster of notable artists such as Avril Lavigne, Miley Cyrus, The Bangles, Wanda Jackson, Joan Osborne, Lisa Loeb and former contestants on NBC's "The Voice," Lex Land and Juliet Simms.
The multi-talented 16-year-old has been making a splash with her new singles "Perfect Storm" and "Dream Out Loud," both available on iTunes, Amazon, and other digital retailers. "Dream Out Loud" also recently earned a Hollywood Music In Media Award Nomination for Best Pop Song.
Both songs are part of her dynamic musical relationship with international recording star Thomas Barsoe, founder of The OC Hit Factory-a music academy, record label and critically-acclaimed songwriting camp.
"Dream Out Loud" (written by Barsoe, Lars Halvor Jensen and Pam Sheyne) and "Perfect Storm" (penned by Barsoe, Jensen, Dixie Maxwell and Catrien Maxwell) will also be on Alana's forthcoming five-track EP released by Alana's own Alana Lee Productions, featuring several songs co-written by Alana and Barsoe.
In addition to making music, Alana often showcases her philanthropic side and has participated and performed at a number charity events including the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip to show support for Tunes for Tots. She is also headlining the CPC Annual Theatrical Concert 4 a Cause benefitting Miller Children's Hospital on November 9 (http://concert4acause.info/). Alana also volunteers for the Miracles For Kids Surf Camp based in Orange County.
The multi-talented teen's resume also extends to acting. On October 1 at 9:30 a.m. PT, Alana will be interviewed on Actors e-chat (http://actorsentertainment.com/category/actorse/). At El Rancho Charter School's Musical Theatre, the 5'6" dynamo appeared in classic musicals like "Oklahoma" and "Guys and Dolls," as well as musical revues and various skits; two yearly comedy skits Alana directed, cast and starred in took first place in a theater competition for both 2010 and 2011.