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Who’s Doing What In The FWSA?

Michael Anderson -  Michael will be in the Studio finishing up his latest CD project "Sacred Roots" the first week in March at Patrick McGuire Recording. Michael will be performing with Terry Rasor on Saturday March 14th at the Harley Davidson of Fort Worth West Loop 820 Anniversary Celebration at 4 pm. Michael will be also be performing at the Weatherford Music Festival on Saturday March 28 from 4 till 5 on the Acoustic Stage.  On Sunday March 29 Michael will be performing at the "Spring Fling Art Walk" at the Historic Chandor Gardens in Weatherford from 1 till 2. Check out Michael’s solo CD’s “Community Without Chaos” featuring all original material and "Walking the Beauty Way” CD.  For more information on Michael’s music you can call 817 596-0550 or, go to www.reverbnation.com/michaelanderson4.

John DeMore  - John and Sara DeMore will be performing at Pearl’s Cherokee Lounge in Arlington with their full band “Little Beat” (featuring guitarist John Sprott, and drummer Mark Austin ) on Saturday, March 28th from 9:00 pm - 1:00 am. The “DeMores” will be playing at the Candlelite Inn in Arlington (featuring drummer Jack Watkins and guitarist Billy Hertzig) on Tuesday, March 31st from 7:00-9:00 pm. 

Theodore A. Henning II - Theo has completed a new demo CD titled, “Just Some Stuff”, an eclectic mix of original tunes including two songs iconic for Mineral Wells, Texas; Crazy Water and Baker Hotel Blues. The CD or individual songs can be purchased at www.cdbaby.com/artist/theodoreahenningii as well as through streaming services. Additionally, Theo’s latest project is the release of his novel “The Sauwastika Enigma”, a treasure hunting mystery offered at Amazon.com in both ebook and paperback. If you ever wondered why George Langelaan wrote “The Fly”, you’ll find out in his book! 

Rob Owen -  Rob will be performing at Truth Vinyl, in Arlington, TX, at 7:30pm, on Saturday, May 2nd, for the FWSA Spring Showcase.  Rob’s single “Send You Home”, which was featured on NBRN-FM, Nashville and KFYN AM “The Warrior” has been released on CD Baby at www.cdbaby.com/cd/robowen12. For more information on Rob’s music, go to his website at www.robowenmusic1.com or www.reverbnation.com/robowen.

John Terry John will be playing Debi Champion's Writers Night at the Commodore Grille in Nashville, March 4th, at 7 PM.  John's song, "God's Been Laughing at Me", co-written with his nephew, Bobby Terry, recorded by Houston artist, Max Flinn, reached #74 on the Texas Regional Radio Report during January.  John also played it live for the "Sunday Morning Coming Down Jam Sessions", which aired on Sunday, February 9th.  John's song "Borrowed Time", co-written with Scott Voelkerding, which was a winning in the FWSA 2018 Song Contest is currently being featured on the Jeffrey Steele Songwriting Academy's Soundcloud page (https://soundcloud.com/jeffreysteeleacademy) (Winter 2018 Songs).  John will be spending a week of networking, writing songs, and performing in Nashville during March.

Wayne Willingham - Wayne's song "All That Matters is Love" is included on the album “Songs for Social Change”, released by The Renaissance Artists and Writers Association. The CD will be sent to radio stations and available for purchase on their website (www.rawa.net). The website now offers streaming of all three albums – every song – for free. Hear your favorite at www.waynewillingham.com/listen and reach out for details at wayne@waynewillingham.com

Gus Wolman - WCCMP closed the publishing side of the business some time ago due to health concerns.  However, we have been contacted by an artist from Orlando, Florida, that is going to release the song that we have been working on for so long ("You're Coming Home With Me"), as well as several other songs from the WCCMP catalog.  This school shooting song was written and produced by Will Gunnell.  Will wrote the song from the perspective of a "victim", which is extremely unique.  The song is hard hitting and references that "thoughts and prayers won't get it done" . . . which we view as a very positive statement.  While prayer is indeed "all powerful", and surely needed, the country has been ravaged by too many people who want to walk into a school and start killing students.  Will wrote this very important song in order to "raise awareness of school shootings", and we pray that it will.   Peace and God's Grace.