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Live From Music City May 18 w/ Anthony Smith & Dennis Disney

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This edition features Label Management and Marketing guru Dennis Disney and "Bringin' Back The Sunshine" and "Half A Man" Singer Anthony Smith.

Dennis Disney is Owner/President of D-Squared Entertainment with over 24 years in the Music Industry. In 2008, his D-Squared Entertainment has entered into a joint venture with Gear, Inc. (a Franklin, TN-based design firm) to launch Generator Network, a business development platform for artists and authors. www.generatornetwork.com

The D-Squared current client roster includes: Wayne Watson www.waynewatson.com Marty Magehee www.myspace.com/myriteturn Dennis Jernigan www.dennisjernigan.com NewFire www.newfiremusic.com Brian Bates www.brianbates.com Difference United www.differenceunited.com Kingdom Kidz Club www.kingdomkidzclub.com Gener8Xion Entertainment http://www.8X.com

Anthony Smith charges through country music like a bull in a china shop—shaking and rattling the music with bold bravura. Tall and broad-shouldered, the long-haired country boy from East Tennessee breaks rules and ignores the usual polite Nashville conventions. On Sunshine, his first album for Krankit Records, Smith comes on fun, funky and strong. The record produced by Smith, with Bobby Terry lending additional production assistance on singles and long-plays. Featuring all Smith original compositions save one, Sunshine glows with a bright, fiery intensity worthy of its name. His newest release is "Love Is Love Is Love." "I'm just being me," beams the singer-songwriter, who approaches life with the same hold-nothing-back passion that fills his music. "I have never tried to sound like anyone else. I have always wanted to be me, musically. I'm doing the kind of music I love in the only way I know how."

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