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Friday, October 5, 2012

Connie Works With Award-Winning Producer, Kipper Eldridge


From Connie's manager, Rod Paul:

Hi, everyone,

Have you all seen Connie's wonderful new You Tube video where she sings IMAGINE with accompaniment by the legendary songwriter/producer Kipper Eldridge on guitar? It's one you won't want to miss. 
http://youtu.be/4sXPkLfCzUQ

Connie is hard at work these days with Kipper to record an album for the Asian market. She has carefully selected the songs with Ashley Whitfield at EvoSound Records in Hong Kong that will be best received by her audience in that region.


Kipper is a Grammy and Emmy winning producer and musican, best known for producing and performing on Sting's biggest selling solo album "Brand New Day", as well as the platinum albums "All This Time" and "Sacred Love".


The plan is for Connie to visit Hong Kong in December to promote the album and perform live at various venues. This will be her second trip to Hong Kong this year.


Connie is expected to be back in the studio in Los Angeles, early in 2013, working on her album with Toby Gad - another huge name in the music business.  Toby has produced for Demi Lovato, The Wanted, One Direction, Carly Rae Jepsen, Beyonce and many other major artists.


Another big event, coming up soon (November 20th) for Connie, is her 12th birthday!

7 comments:

  1. why Asians are entitled to more things from Connie? in Europe there is nothing for fans

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  2. Just so proud of Connie.. I'm so speechless. May God bless Connie always.. :) Go on Connie!

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  3. Will the album also be available in scotland?

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  4. OMG, when in December? I'm heading there for two weeks, hope it's when I'm there!

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  5. Is Connie's album only for the Asians?

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  6. If EvoSound Records in Hong Kong is helping her pick the songs then we will be able to purchase it on their website. I have purchased Connie cds and DVDs there in the past. they are listed as the record label for many of the Asian artists on their website, even when you purchase their cd on Amazon.com.

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