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Vocal superstars Il Divo have announced the U.S. leg of their For Once In My Life Tour, which will feature a dynamic live show celebrating Motown and include Il Divo’s hits from their vast catalog.
LDM Publishing (ldmpublishing.com) announced today its short film, “Chasing Time,” written and directed by Oliver Richman (oliverrichman.com), has been named Best Non-Broadcast (short film) in the 42nd Annual Telly Awards, winning three Silver awards and one Bronze.
LDM Publishing, (www.ldmpublishing.com/) which manages the vast legacy song catalogue of legendary songwriter, Ron Miller (1932-2007) (www.ronmillersongbook.com), announces a new partnership with producer/songwriter Morgan Dorr whose successes include recordings with artists such as Fitz and the Tantrums, KT Tunstall, Bella Thorne, Victoria Justice, Lolo, Wrabel, Cimorelli, Haley Reinhart, Nikki Vianna, Pete Murray, Chaz Cardigan, Brandon Colbein, Transviolet and Emma Rosen.
The Telly Awards annually showcases the best work created within television and across video, for all screens. “Chasing Time,” written and directed by Oliver Richman has been nominated in two People’s Telly Awards categories and can be viewed and voted for by the public on the Telly Awards rating platform.
Producer/singer/songwriter, Lisa Dawn Miller has announced the launch of a new music publishing company, LDM Publishing (ldmpublishing.com) to market and brand the legacy song catalogue and story of her father, legendary Motown songwriter, Ron Miller (ronmillersongbook.com) as well as her own catalogue of original songs.
Fast-rising singer/songwriter/producer, Lisa Dawn Miller (lisadawnmiller.com), will lend her inspiring voice to help fight childhood cancer when she performs at the celebrity-studded 22nd Hyundai Hope On Wheels "Celebration of Hope Awards" virtual event on September 19, 2020. She will perform her original power ballad "This is the Moment" during the show starting at 1pm PT at hyundaihopeonwheels.org.
“Hackett Miller’s Rat Pack Show,” now in its eleventh season, announced a new live, virtual experience, combining the music of yesteryear with the technology of today.
Producer/singer/songwriter Lisa Dawn Miller, co-star and producer of the critically acclaimed hit musical, “Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show” – releases “Whenever You Find Yourself,” written by her father, famed songwriter, Ron Miller. The song was originally part of Ron’s musical, “Clothespins and Dreams,” which played during the late ’80s.
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Showcasing the entertainment talent that runs deep in her family, 11-year-old multi-talented singer, dancer and actress, Ashleigh Hackett releases her fourth single – an original new dance-pop song, “On and On and On” and debuts a new website. Along with her new EDM record, Ashleigh releases a ballad remix of her second single, “Can You Feel It.”
With its first line being “Home for the holidays,” the 40-year-old Kenny Loggins/ Bob James song “Celebrate Me Home” became one more pop item to join the ranks of those pieces that qualify as seasonal fare by accident or design.
Honoring her mother, composer Aurora Miller, who passed away earlier this year, singer/songwriter Lisa Dawn Miller remakes the Stevie Wonder classic holiday hit, “Everyone’s A Kid At Christmas Time,” written by her mother and her father, legendary songwriter Ron Miller. Lisa teams up with both of her children, 16-year-old actor/singer Oliver Richman and 10-year-old dancer/singer Ashleigh Hackett, for the first time in the new holiday release and music video.
Veteran producer/singer/songwriter Lisa Dawn Miller has teamed with her son, 15-year-old actor and recording artist Oliver Richman, on “Today” – a poignant, soaring ballad that marks the artists’ first ever recorded vocal collaboration. The song is now available on iTunes and Amazon.
Stevie Wonder originally recorded Ron Millers’ ballad “Heaven Help Us All” back in 1970 for Motown Records’ Tamla imprint. The version presented here is delicately reinterpreted for another generation by Oliver Richman, Ron’s grandson.
Carrying the torch of the late, legendary songwriter, Ron Miller, is his own multi-talented grandson, Oliver Richman(www.oliverrichman.com) who is releasing a special 50th Anniversary EP, “For Once In My Life” honoring the legacy of his grandfather who passed away in 2007. The four-track EP is now available on iTunes and Amazon.
In 1970, legendary Motown songwriter Ron Miller penned the song, “Heaven Help Us All,” becoming one of Stevie Wonder’s first major hits. Now, Miller’s grandson, 14-year-old singer and multi-talented performer Oliver Richman, releases a new recording and music video for a new generation.
Berry Gordy Jr., founder of Motown Records, wrote, “Ron Miller, an artist like you does not only come ‘For Once in My Life,’ but for once, period. You will be missed by your Motown family and by all of those you touched along your wonderful journey through life. Your music will live forever and ever.”
It’s All in the Family as Oliver Richman and His Mother, Lisa Dawn Miller, Daughter of Legendary Songwriter, Ron Miller, Each Bring Home Wins at the 2021 Telly Awards
New Music Publisher Sets Out To Prove That The Most Valuable Music Copyrights In The Future Will Emanate From Those In The Past
Both Titles By Have Been Shortlisted for Public Voting/Rating For the 42nd Annual People’s Telly Awards – Rating Platform for Public Voting Closes April 23, 2021
Artist, Producer, Co-Star of “Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack” and Daughter of Late Legendary Motown Songwriter, Ron Miller, Lisa Dawn Miller Steps Into The World of Music Publishing
The new virtual production will be officially launched and offered beginning July 27, 2020. The show will be shot remotely with four cameras in high definition and live streamed via YouTube. Presenters will be given the option to offer performances on-demand to their subscribers and single-ticket purchasers for a limited time thereafter.
The New Single Was Originally Part Of Ron Miller’s Musical, “Clothespins and Dreams”
The New Single Was Originally Part Of Ron Miller’s Musical, “Daddy Goodness”
The New Single Was Originally Released by Stevie Wonder in 1966