Indie Vocal Band RefleXions to Perform at Historic Democratic National Convention

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Washington D.C. -based Multi-cultural R&B/Pop group releases Barack Obama Tribute Maxi-single "Something's Gotta Change" to Coincide with Convention

The support of the viewers and the interest in purchasing the single made it an easy choice to release it now, during the convention

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RefleXions follows up the viral music video for "Something's Gotta Change" with the release of the single of the same title. "The nation is polarized right now on the vibe of change not only for our country but for the world. This song is an expression of our hope," explains C. Wayde Bryant, bass singer, writer, producer, and arranger for the group. The song is available to download for $.99 at

The band will be performing the new single and previous hits at several DNC events: Sunday, August 24th, Civic Center Park; Monday, August 25th at 11:00 a.m. After 5 Jazz Fest for "A New Voice" organization; Tuesday, August 26th, Colorado History Museum for "The Common Good" event. More performances to be announced. The promotional tour is sponsored by 2 HB Software Designs.

The overwhelming response to the video which was released on YouTube, August 6, 2008 prompted the group to move up the release date for the single. "The support of the viewers and the interest in purchasing the single made it an easy choice to release it now, during the convention," states Marcellus W.D. Crews, band leader and founder. The websites where the single "Something's Gotta Change" by RefleXions is available for download include cdfredom, itunes, napster, livewire, groupie tunes, emusic and rhapsody.

Vocally flexible and musically diverse the band RefleXions brings a tight eclectic blend that is completely unique and reflective of all styles of music. Originally formed in 1991, by Marcellus W.D. Crews, Tenor, singer, writer, and producer, the Washington D.C. based group features the multi-dimensional harmony of Alto Shanna Carr, Soprano Ariane Pereira, Bass, writer, producer, arranger C. Wayde Bryant, and Baritone Rodney Johnson. Their positive lyrics reflect real issues that cover everything from relationships to global issues with a distinct R&B/Pop musical flavor. Their music has been described as Take 6 meets Black Eyed Peas.

The single and video are released by RefleXions LLC. Fans on Myspace can add it to their page. To view the video visit Fan websites include Friendster, MySpace, Black Planet, and hi5.

For more information about RefleXions visit They are managed by B. Reel Media Management. For bookings contact Stacia Wright at Staciabreel @ or call 301-807-8047.


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