Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 4, 2006
Singer-Songwriter Seven Silvasy, who grew up in New York and Philadelphia, has hired MAYO Communications, an international award-winning full service public relations and entertainment marketing agency, based in Los Angeles for publicity.
As a child Seven suffered all the difficulties one could imagine. Overcoming a serious operation on her throat and almost losing her voice altogether, Seven had to literally learn to speak and sing all over again. But her passion and desire to perform has led her to the place she is now, as a phenomenal performer and singer, who wants to be a role model for teens.
Silvasy, 25, who has overcome physical and career challenges, has bounced back to the music world with a new lineup of songs posted at her company website, http://www.sevensilvasy.com and her personal site, http://www.myspace.com/sevensilvasy. “My biggest musical influence has been my mother, who is a songwriter,” she said.
Seven Silvasy grew up from a very young age with a great passion for music and entertainment. Using Music as a medium to express her emotions, she paints the perfect portrait of human emotion in each song. Her newest song she sings is called “Sunday,” is a ballad riddled with emotion and feelings. It has been posted at her personal site: http://www.myspace.com/sevensilvasy.com. She is talking to several record labels.
Seven joins a growing list of entertainment clients on the MAYO roster, which includes Singer-Songwriter Aron Cowen and Musician A.J. Wells, who is Carlos Santana’s nephew. Previously, MAYO worked with Stevie Wonder’s benefit concerts for STICHES Technology, a nonprofit that taught disadvantage teens how to design clothes on computers in South Central Los Angeles. An organization which was created by Wonder’s former costume designer Clotee McAfee.
About MAYO - MAYO Communications (http://www.MayoCommunications.com) is a full service marketing communications and PR firm with offices in San Diego and New York, serving celebrity, corporate and nonprofit clients.
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