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Colin Brennan Music on Positively Autistic! Episode One !!

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Tonight, we at Colin Brennan Music are pleased and honoured to now be a part of world famous Positively Autistic! As Hosts of our continuing show here on Blog Talk Radio we are happy to entertain you and at the same time discuss issues around Autism and it's highs and lows. This will be the first of many new shows by us for all of Positively Autistic Listeners. Please call into our show here LIVE if you have any questions for us during the broadcast or have any comments about what we are doing here at Blog Talk Radio. For anyone new to Colin Brennan Music, Colin is 14 years old and is a professional singer with Autism. He has sung on stages across the globe including London, England, on Broadway in New York City, in front of Dr. Temple Grandin in Chicago, in Vancouver, British Columbia, in Nashville/Bowling Green Kentucky, all over Toronto/Oakville Ontario Canada. Colin has won over 60 1st and 2nd Place medals and awards from 5 different Music Festivals and is an active member of his local Youth Choir along with singing professionally for Award Winning Producer Stephen Geddes, (Musical play Pigment) and for the annual Oakville Prayer Breakfast. Colin's love of singing and music in general always comes first and his Autism second. His Autism makes him who he is but it doesn't limit his abilities because he lives his life to the fullest and to the best of his abilities. Colin has been mentored by two excellent Vocal Coaches/Music Teachers, here in Oakville, Canada for the past 5 years, they are Gregory Cross and Linda Fletcher. We hope you enjoy our show and please tune in for many more to come! 

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