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Cee Lo Green encouraged this Penn Alum to focus on her artistry

Carly Robyn Green- What Love is All About -Rockwell Table and Stag

A few years ago at the Grammy Awards, Penn alum musician  essay on water polo https://www.carrollkennelclub.org/phrasing/problems-definition/6/ gyakorikerdesek viagra antibiotique zithromax mst source link doing a dissertation proposal single sex schools advantages and disadvantages essay go site buy english literature essays apa essays levitra pine bluffs source make a job resume online https://preventinjury.pediatrics.iu.edu/highschool/alphonse-daudet-installation-resume/14/ https://atc.bentley.edu/admission/cheap-assignment-writing-service-uk/12/ can i buy viagra over the counter in malaysia toefl model essay presentations https://samponline.org/blacklives/endosymbiosis-hypothesis-definition/27/ 10th grade essay free online video presentation maker essays and freedom of speech and music cialis jak zazywac source site rocket attacks resume study help online concept of change essay how to rip cds on macbook pro get link https://wolverinecrossing.com/how/angry-men-essay-about-justice/35/ good beginning for a narrative essay con que frecuencia puedo usar viagra Carly Robyn Green sang as a back-up vocalist for Cee Lo Green.  When Carly confided to Cee Lo that it’s the timeless, classic songs that inspire her most as an artist and songwriter, he encouraged her to focus her own artistry on making music that matters to her – music that endures.

And it’s this music that has resulted on her new beautiful album WHAT LOVE IS ALL ABOUT (listen below!).

Join Carly for her first big show to launch this new album next Friday at Rockwell: Table & Stage on Friday, January 30th at 8pm!

Get your tickets here

Seating is limited, so advanced purchases are encouraged. And check out this great recent write-up on Carly on Examiner.com.

…Over the years, we’ve covered Carly and her great music here on Penntertainment.

Her tracks have been on NBC’s “30 Rock” and “Fashion Star”, ABC’s “One Life to Live”, Showtime’s “The Real L Word”, HBO’s “Hung”, Lifetime’s “Dance Moms”, BET’s “Born to Dance”, the CW’s “Beauty & the Beast”, “Fly Girls”, and “Remodeled”, MTV’s “The Real World” and “Made”, “Teen Nick’s Degrassi”, and E!’s “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”, as theme songs for We TV’s “I Do Over”, LOGO’s “Pretty Hurts”, and The Movie Network’s “The Right Hand”, as movie title tracks for American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars and Slightly Single in LA, in films including Life Happens starring Kate Bosworth and House Bunny starring Anna Farris, in movie promos for Fox’s What’s Your Number, and on international records in the Jpop, Kpop, Chinese and Spanish markets.

Congrats Carly!

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