Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) January 2, 2007
Rising pop star Whitney Wolanin (pronounced WO-Lan-in) had a Merry Christmas 2006. She recently performed her hit holiday single, a rockin' version of "Frosty The Snowman", and her other songs from her recently-released holiday album Christmasology with her All-Star Band and Dancers at Rockin' Christmas 5, a Christmas spectacular held at the Germain Arena in Estero, FL. "Frosty The Snowman" peaked the last week of December at #11 on the R&R Billboard Media Base Chart, just one spot ahead of Clay Aiken and surrounded by Sarah McLachlan, Josh Groban, and Enya.
"Frosty The Snowman" also received airplay on over 800 radio stations across the U.S., Canada and New Zealand, as well as in over 1,300 movie theaters across the country.
During December 2006, Whitney Wolanin performed two sold-out shows at the Southwest Florida Symphony as a part of their "A Very Merry Pops" at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Center in Ft. Myers.
When Whitney Wolanin released her own set of online safety tips last spring, the Youth Crime Watch of America invited her to be the organization's worldwide celebrity spokesperson. Whitney helped YCWA celebrate over two decades of making the lives of youth better at the Youth Crime Watch of America's 20th Anniversary Celebration & Reunion. Whitney's tips in English are also featured in other languages including Spanish, Russian, German, Portuguese, etc. and are available for viewing on the Youth Crime Watch of America web site at http://www.ycwa.org.
Whitney Wolanin is currently writing and recording cutting edge original songs, plus co-writing songs with her piano playing composer sister, Victoria Wolanin for release as an EP in 2007. The EP as yet untitled is being co-produced by Whitney Wolanin- Zaiter- Vincent Wolanin