It's easy to be Doni's manager when the music and the project sell themselves so easily.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) February 10, 2009
Last week Doni Flanigan treated a packed house to his special brand of country lovin' music. He performed selected songs from his debut country album, American Cowboy. Universal City Walk at Universal Studios Los Angeles hosted Flanigan's live performance along with his six member band. It was a cool, crisp night when Flanigan took to the stage but it wasn't long before he heated up his audience with his seductive tones and vibrant vocal range. Doni Flanigan's passionate delivery and heartfelt lyrics quickly told the audience that Flanigan wrote his life into every song. Flanigan opened his set with Hey Didn't We, followed it up with I Got A Thang For You and I Think About You. These songs informed the audience that Doni Flanigan knows a thing or two about love, whether it's love for his family or for that someone special in all of our lives. The female audience members particularly took to Doni when he sang Girls Like To Talk, a crowd favorite, which had a female section of the audience singing and two-stepping right along in the aisles. Flanigan then went into his breakout anthem songs Thank God It's Friday Night, a true celebration of the weekend, and American Cowboy. Doni Flanigan then announced to the audience, "I'm proud to be an American. I wrote American Cowboy for those men and women who lay down their lives to defend our country. I fully support them and our new president."
Doni Flanigan's live concert was complimented by attending music industry professionals including producers, musicians and managers. Grammy nominated producer, songwriter Brian O'Neal was in the audience and said, "It's been a long time since I have had the pleasure of listening to such a well produced and distinctive sounding debut album. Doni Flanigan and his team have obviously put a great deal of time and effort into this project and it will definitely pay off."
Cara Lemkoff a young lady visiting from Chicago said this, "I never really liked country music before, but after listening to Doni and his band I want to go out and get some cowboy boots and his cd."
Centurion Entertainment's Lavel Berry who manages Doni Flanigan was impressed by the audience's participation and response to Flanigan's live performance. "It's great to see this music come to life on stage. Doni Flanigan has a great deal of talent, a whole lot to share and it's wonderfully expressed through his music," said Lavel Berry. "It's easy to be Doni's manager when the music and the project sell themselves so easily."
American Cowboy is expected to be released in early 2009. For more information please go to http://www.myspacemusic.com/doniflanigan or Tas Steiner Public Relations 323.857.6700 or Centurion Entertainment 310.385.7771