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Capping an incredible year of releasing two singles "Dream Out Loud" and "Perfect Storm" along with numerous performances, red carpet appearances and endorsements, teen pop dynamo Alana Lee (www.alanaleemusic.net) shows no signs of slowing down in 2014, kicking off the year with a cover story in Teen Graffiti Magazine's January/February issue.
The poignant music video for "Dream Out Loud" was named one of the Top 5 Most Powerful Music Videos of 2013 by Markos Papadatos of the Digital Journal:http://www.digitaljournal.com/entertainment/op-ed-5-of-the-most-powerful-music-videos-of-2013-that-are-a-must-see/article/364911
As she finishes recording her EP to be released in Spring 2014, Alana takes on a new endeavor when she competes in the Miss Yorba Linda Outstanding Teen Program on February 8. The program is a scholarship based pageant and recognizes teens that stand out with regard to community service and involvement, current issues awareness, talent, poise, etc. The platform that Alana chose to support is her favorite charity Miracles For Kids (www.miraclesforkids.org) to bring more awareness to the program. Tickets to the event may be purchased athttp://www.missplacentiapageant.org/program_locations.html (enter Alana's name when adding to the checkout cart).
In addition to her ongoing work with Miracles For Kids, Alana demonstrated her philanthropic side during several events last year at a local Christmas toy giveaway event presented by EZWAYTV and headlining the "CPC Annual Theatrical Concert 4A Cause," a benefit held in November for children with cancer from Miller's Children's Hospital at 333 Live, Los Angeles' largest mega-club/concert venue.