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Detroit-area songwriter gets thumbs up from a former Beatle
Hamburg Township, MI, March 22, 2010 – An original song by Michigan singer / songwriter Angela Predhomme won finalist placement in a major international song contest which featured Paul McCartney as a judge. Other judges for Song of the Year’s December 2009 competition included Sting, Rihanna, Faith Hill and George Strait. The song was chosen as one of four finalists in the adult contemporary category from entries from around the world.
Predhomme’s song, “This Might Be Good,” is a catchy, upbeat song about the excitement of a blossoming relationship. It was produced in Ferndale at The Tempermill studio with some of Detroit’s best musicians supporting Angela’s vocals.
On Friday, March 26th, Angela will be performing solo at the Plymouth Coffee Bean Company along with fellow Michigan songwriters Bobby Pennock and the acoustic/folk group Gather ‘Round. The performance begins at 8pm at this popular coffee shop in downtown Plymouth.
Angela has been active in commercial songwriting for the past 5 years and is a classically-trained vocalist. Her songs have received several awards and her music has been licensed for various commercial uses, including TV production company Telepictures in Burbank, Calif., and other public uses. Her song “Everything is Alright” has also received regular airplay on WJIM radio in Lansing, Mich.
“This Might Be Good” is available from iTunes, and major digital retailers.
MP3s, photos, bio and performance schedule are available online at:
http://www.angelapredhomme.com, and also at http://www.myspace.com/angelapredhomme
Contact: Chris Farina