Young Music Artist Lands Role on New Teen Show

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Global announces young singing sensation to star in new pilot for television series.

Global Records Int. recording artist Bre Morgan, the young 13-year-old creating quite a buzz internationally, has be given one of the lead roles in an upcoming television show called "SunSet Valley".

SunSet Valley is a new teen drama soon to be the next teen sensation. There were five main/lead roles for the SunSet Valley Girls to be cast. Bre was selected out of hundreds of talent who audition for the roles. She will join Lizzie Star (Lauren), Brandi Lynn (Stacey), Kaley Briann (Cassidy) and Casey Marie (Kenzie) to complete the cast of the SunSet Valley Girls. These actresses are multi-talented and sure to draw a large audience for the show.

What is her role for the TV show? Here is a sample of who the role Bre will be playing as Claire:

"Claire is the retro chick. She could care less about what people think. Freespirited and pretty artistic. Loves to write songs and play music. Very determined in what ever she does. If she sees something she'll go after it. Living in SunSet Valley, an awesome place."

The newly acclaimed singer who astounded the USA World Showcase singing contest in 2006 by receiving over 13 million votes looks ahead to an exciting year and years ahead.

"The live show she performs with her band is very exciting and is something the public will enjoy," says Global Records President Bob Rivera, "and now as an actress it just shows the world Bre is definitely a gifted triple threat in this industry and the world will definitely feel the vibe of Bre's talents."

Watch for Bre on the new regional commercial for E-Pass. The singer/composer and now actress will soon have an album here in the USA entitled "Unstoppable". For now her album is available digitally worldwide, except the USA.

http://www.myspace.com/sunsetvalleytvshow
http://www.bremorgan.com
http://www.myspace.com/bremorgan
http://www.globalrecordsmusic.com

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