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On Tuesday, November 17, 2015, Stonedef Records announced that they are releasing a new album this Friday, November 20, 2015 from the Billboard hit recording artist Fawn.
The album entitled, “Remnants”
Fawn (aka ‘Songirl’) is recognized for her television, film, commercials, pop and dance songs, so this is a departure from her past musical endeavors. According to Fawn, “Even though I’m known more for my pop songs and dance hit, I’ve always written piano pieces, as well as many other styles of music, and I decided to compile some of my piano compositions into an album.” Another immense change is her easily recognized lady Godiva blond braids. This album cover shows Fawn for the first time, braid-less, with what she proclaims to be her “normal hair when it’s not tied up”.
With half of all sales from this album going to dogs, it’s no wonder the front of the album cover depicts Fawn with her beloved rescue dog (an American Eskimo appropriately named ‘Composer’)
President and founder of The Pepper Foundation, Julie Chadwick said, “It is a great honor that the amazing songwriter Fawn is sharing her music with the world and with us this holiday season by donating 50% of all proceeds to the Pepper Foundation.”
Fawn explained, “I think Julie is very passionate about these little innocent seniors and special needs animals. She is compassionate, caring and gets them top notch care, meets their medical needs, finds them wonderful homes or fosters so they can be loved up until the end, like they deserve. She truly cares about seniors that families dump at the shelter, and the specialized dogs that get left behind. She will leave no stone unturned when it comes to their happiness, health and over all well-being. She’s just fantastic.”
To purchase the album go to iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/
About The Pepper Foundation:
Alex Leon, Director of Marketing & PR
Linda England, Events & PR Coordinator
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TELS: (818) 787-1249 or (213) 867-1997
EDITOR’S NOTE: Article published first in our publication Diversity News Magazine dot com and now is been re-published.