Singing with fire she can’t see and a Bolivian musical star with a new song

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Danielle Hollobaugh is talented, courageous, exciting, surprising and determined. She commands a stage with sophisticated R&B and pop music that has earned her Best Songwriter Awards in Florida, top prize in the national Talent Quest karaoke competition, and the Southeastern Idol competition in Florida, where she is from.  Now in Los Angeles, she is backing top bands as a session singer, and writing and recording her own songs and shooting astonishing videos.  She has released an EP, several singles and sang at the NBA Allstars’ afterparty.  Blind since birth, nothing stops her. She is now finishing her debut full-length album and its fire-laced music video  whilke performing live in Los Angeles and vocal backing major bands.

Bolivian singer/songwriter Jose Mrochek formed his first rock band at 15  after his brother gave him the score of  Pink Floyd’s The Wall to learn. The rest is history. Years later he formed Avionica and signed with Radioactive Music.  He released the album California in 2013, produced by Sebastian Keyes, winner of 14 Grammys. His next album, the 2016 release Electricidad, was produced by Grammy Award winner Andrés Saavedra.  Recorded in Hollywood’s Ocean Way Studios, it featured an all-star band with drummer Pete Thomas of the Elvis Costello band, Dave Leviats, guitarist for Atlanis Morissette, Shakira bassist John Falcone and keyboardist Roger Manning Jr. of Jellyfish.  Latin Grammy-nominated artists VEGA and Ellston Torres collaborated on the lyrics.  He has garnered two Maya Awards and worked with American-Chilean singer, songwriter, poet, fashion designer, and entrepreneur, Francisca Vallenzuela, founder of the Ruido Fest. An unstoppable force in Latin America, Mrochek recently released his live album Entre Lineas and a new single, “I will stop talking about you”.

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