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HALEDON, NJ – New songstress Allison Gayne has struck a chord among mashabiki as she launches her first single, Crazy Mixed Up, on iTunes, Rhapsody and Amazon.com. The new song, which is a quirky tune about a woman in upendo with a “crazy good loving guy,” as is quoted in its lyrics, is now available on iTunes and Rhapsody under the tafuta "Jay St. Records" as well as on Amazon.com under the search, “Allison Gayne.”

As a singer with seven years of vocal instruction under her belt, Gayne teamed with the new independent record label, jay St. Records (JSR), over the summer to record Crazy Mixed...
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WEDNESDAY 21 April – 4pm
Broadway Cinema in Nottingham

Whether uandishi as a pair, as part of a bigger team au individually, Peep onyesha scribes Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong are two of Britain’s hottest comedy talents. In this onstage interview led kwa BFI TV consultant Dick Fiddy, and illustrated with clips, Sam and Jesse will talk about their influences, reveal their sitcom-writing secrets and explain why uandishi comedy is no joke.

Bain and Armstrong met at Manchester University, but it took a protracted correspondence, “in the days when people still wrote letters”, to establish their compatible sense of humour. After deciding to write together, they worked on everything from The Big Breakfast to smack the Pony… honing their storytelling skills on children’s television, “a great training ground that every writer should be aware of”. (www.futuremovies.co.uk)

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