(PRWEB) July 26, 2005
Whitney Wolanin the Tall Blonde teen singer, honors student- athlete, and national recording artist with the multi-octave soaring soulful vocals had her original song Good achieve number 4 most added status at radio stations. Good is a self empowerment, "we can all do it" anthem. Good an original song performed vocally by Whitney Wolanin, was co-written by Whitney Wolanin, Bob "Funk Brother" Babbitt and Vincent Wolanin.
Good was also co-produced by the three songwriters as a team working together on the just released Whitney Wolanin album Funkology XIII. Good contains some signature bass licks and an original musical entry, bridge and fade out on the song actually played by Whitney Wolanin in the vocal booth with a basketball combined with the legendary bass playing of Bob Babbitt. Bob Babbitt is a member of the Funk Brothers the hit making legendary band that backed every single hit every made at Motown at the Hitsville studio in Detroit. The Funk Brothers have recently been featured in the film Standing in the Shadows of Motown being shown on cable and satellite TV around the world. The writers, musicians and producers on Whitney Wolanin Funkology XIII have been involved in over 300 hits during their respective careers.
Whitney Wolanin Funkology XIII is available online at the following internet retailers worldwide:
http://www.VirginMega.com, http://www.BestBuy.com, http://www.FYE.com, http://www.Coconuts.com, http://www.SamGoody.com, http://www.VH1.com, http://www.BarnesandNoble.com, http://www.Borders.com and other
select internet retailers worldwide.
Funkology XIII also available for download at:
Apple iTUNES for iPOD and CD Burns: http://www.Apple.com
Funkology XIII also available nationwide at
Tower Records Stores
Official Website for Whitney Wolanin
Upcoming Vocal Performances & Appearances for Recording Artist Whitney Wolanin
August 3, 2005 Shea Stadium New York Mets Game
Expected attendance 43,000
August 4, 2005 Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Game
Expected attendance 39,000
August 11, 2005 Pro Player Stadium Miami Florida Marlins Game Expected attendance 33,000
September 1, 2005 Pro Player Stadium Miami Dolphins Game Expected attendance 73,000
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