U.S. Premiere of Film Featuring Music from the Detroit Area

Hamburg Twp., August 12, 2013 – Movie watchers across the U.S. are introduced to singer / songwriter Angela Predhomme this weekend as her original song “This Might Be Good,” plays as closing credits roll in a film that is making its U.S. debut. The British romantic comedy, “A Wedding Most Strange,” is a featured film on the Here TV network beginning August 16th.

Here TV is a prominent national LGBT premium channel available on all major cable and satellite providers including Comcast, AT&T U-Verse, Charter, WOW!, Dish Network, and online through Hulu Plus and a premium YouTube channel. Even though it caters to a niche market specializing in alternative lifestyles, Here TV is owned by Here Media, a media conglomerate with fast-growing success in this market.

Predhomme is excited about the film’s premiere: “It’s great that independent music written and produced in the Detroit area is getting this kind of national exposure.” The song, written and sung by Angela Predhomme, was produced by guitarist Brett Lucas, and recorded at the The Tempermill Studio in Ferndale. “This Might Be Good” also features the bass playing of Chuck Bartels and drumming of Julian Van Slyke. Tempermill engineer Jim Kissling made the track radio ready.

You can see Predhomme perform live locally in two upcoming Metro Detroit performances. On Saturday, Aug. 24, she will perform her original songs at Crazy Wisdom Tea Room in Ann Arbor, MI at 8:30 pm. Then, she’ll be singing her songs on Sunday, Sept. 8, at 11:30 am as part of the Clawson Arts & Authors Festival in Clawson, MI.

“This Might Be Good” and other songs by Predhomme are available from iTunes and major digital retailers.

Listen to the song "This Might Be Good" here:

MP3s, photos, bio and performance schedule are available online at:, and also at

For more information on A Wedding Most Strange, visit:

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Contact: Chris Farina
Phone: (313) 418-0353


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