Jules Wortman Launches On-Demand Beauty Company
Jules Wortman has launched Stylist On Call, Nashville, providing clients professional and affordable hair and makeup services that come straight to the client. Anchored by a team of professional stylists, the “glam on demand” team visits clients at their home, office, hotel, event or wherever needed. Debbie Dover Hall will serve as Style Director for the company.
“Glam isn’t just for the celebrities, it is something we all can use,” states Wortman. “Nashville is one of the hottest cities today. Not only do we have numerous awards shows, galas, weddings and many other opportunities to get glamorous, we have a record number of wedding parties coming to town for bachelorette parties, as well as executives needing services for that big presentation or for a romantic anniversary dinner. As of today, Nashville can offer this mobile beauty service to everyone.”
Stylist On Call, Nashville also offers services in surrounding communities, including Bellevue, Brentwood, Franklin, Hendersonville, Hermitage, Mount Juliet, and more.
To book an appointment, visit stylistoncallnashville.com or download the free app. To book, clients select their preferred appointment date, time and location and make a secure online payment. A stylist will then contact the client to confirm the appointment. Same-day appointments are accepted. The website and app include all information regarding booking, as well as a style gallery and images of stylists’ previous work.
Buddy Lee Attractions Adds To Artist Roster
Kree Harrison and Daphne Willis join the list of entertainers on the BLA roster, which also includes Justin Forrest, Halfway to Hazard, Brooke Hogan, Sonia Leigh, Radio Romance and more.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kree and Daphne, artists with distinct talent and diversity, to the BLA family of entertainers,” said Mike Meade, Vice President and Representing Agent, Buddy Lee Attractions. “These two young ladies offer a taste of a diverse musicality that will satisfy the palate for music listeners who want to be tantalized by what they hear.”
Album of Songwriter Demos Benefits Alive Hospice
Producer Marshall Altman highlights several songwriters behind some of country music’s greatest hits for a new album benefitting Alive Hospice. Keeping It Original for Alive: A Celebration of Songwriters Benefiting Alive Hospice features 13 songs that became hits for Kenny Chesney, Lee Brice, Josh Groban, Gary Allan, Frankie Ballard, Chase Bryant, Lance Miller and John King. The album is available at alivehospice.org, as well as at iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify and other digital stores.
The project is also available at the Bluebird Cafe this month, during the 23rd annual Alive at the Bluebird concert series, which includes three shows with songwriters featured on the project. Two upcoming shows will take place this week. Jessi Alexander, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne (with Nicolle Galyon) will perform Wednesday, Jan. 13, at 9:30 p.m. Marshall Altman, Dylan Altman, and Tommy Lee James (with Gabe Dixon) will perform Friday, Jan. 15 at 9:30 p.m.
Centricity Music Celebrates Five-Week Chart-Topper For Jordan Feliz
Jordan Feliz‘s first CCM single, “The River,” has remained No.1 for five weeks on Billboard’s National Christian Audience Chart and seven weeks on the CHR/Hot AC Chart. The Centricity Music staff helped Feliz to celebrate this achievement with a No. 1 plaque. The presentation was made by Jon Sell, Manager of A&R, Kris Love, Senior Director of National Promotions and Jennifer Allen, Director of National Promotion. The single is from Feliz’s debut album for the label, Beloved.
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