Body Holiday Love: Simple Raw Food Eating

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Photo Credit: RawFoodRecipes.com

Admit it.  You KNOW it’s on your mind…that nagging annual remorse centered on end of year festivities – indulging (and imbibing), weight gain, pop dieting and the dreaded New Year’s resolution that never seems to stick. You just can’t shake it.  Honestly, all that guilt is probably a good thing if the Top 20 Holiday Snacks list has almost replaced your regular meals entirely.  We’re not saying that’s a bad thing.  All those cheese plates, spreads and dips were certainly a better alternative to most of the carb and sugar loading.  But the salt!  My blood pressure is boiling already.  You?  Why not love yourself better and get back on track with healthier eating now? And why not make it easy?  Make it delicious. No pressure!

Here at Gia On The Move we are in love with “raw foods”.  So when we got these tips and recipes forwarded to us from Omega Nutrition and Excaliber companies, we definitely needed to share.

To reduce intake of processed food, incorporating natural and/or raw foods into your diet can improve health and aid in weight loss. While changing aspects of your current diet can seem a bit intimidating, taking small and simple steps to include raw fruits and vegetables into any meal can be easy and yes, even fun, with the right kitchen tools.

Below are a few tips to effectively start a raw food diet.

Dollarphotoclub_65850826-2Change Your Mind Set - Many people think of starting a diet as being deprived of tasty foods. However, incorporating raw foods into your meals is about taking steps to increase vitality and feed your body the fuel it needs to get and stay healthy. Fruits and vegetables taste good and are packed with vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants. Think of including eating raw ingredients into your meals as a pleasurable experience that is both delicious and satisfying.

Dollarphotoclub_52146390Planning and Preparation – Be prepared to be a bit frustrated in the beginning. Your mind and body need time to process the change. Research raw food recipes (two provided below) and create grocery lists accordingly. To fulfill your urge to eat when traveling or running errands, keep raw snacks at your disposal such as raw nuts, fruit or baby carrots.

Get a Healthy Kitchen - Stocking your kitchen with the necessary cooking and preparation tools is an essential step in sticking to a healthy eating regimen. You may already own an immersion blender or steamer, which can be resourceful tools to puree soups or lightly cook vegetables. However, if you’re looking to get creative with your raw dishes, a food dehydrator or masticating style juicer are great ways to whip up exciting creations that harness the most nutrients and vitamins possible. From making homemade nut butters, nut milks, fruit and veggie juices and more, Omega’s Nutrition Centers are a versatile tool for transforming raw foods into culinary creations. Excalibur’s units on the other hand, help you re-create store bought favorites such as granola, yogurt and fruit leathers, right in your own home. These commercial grade units (now available to consumers) are making it easy and fun to create healthy meals at home

Join a Community – Whether it’s gathering a group of friends to take a trip to the farmer’s market or joining online communities via Facebook or forums, enlist the help and support of others on your journey to eat healthier.

Dining Out – Eating raw doesn’t have to alienate you from your friends and family. You can still enjoy meals out at restaurants. Be sure to check the menu prior to attending a restaurant to plan your meal options. Salad is always one of the safest choices if you are not eating at a strictly raw or vegan restaurant. Ask servers to hold the egg or cheese on salads.

***Always consult a physician prior to making major diet changes.

Tasty Raw Recipes

Raw Veggie Burger

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Photo Credit: RawFoodRecipes.com

Moderate  |  Time: 6 hours  |  Servings: 3-5

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup Hemp Hearts (hemp seeds)
  • 1/2 cup Sunflower Seeds
  • 1/2 cup Walnuts or Pecans
  • 1/4 cup ground Flax Seeds
  • 3/4 cup finely chopped Veggies (combination of celery, onion, fresh parsley, and/or red pepper – some of each is best, but ratio does not matter)
  • 2 tbsp ground Chia Seeds
  • 1 tbsp Water
  • 2 tsp Lemon Juice
  • 1 clove Garlic
  • 1 tsp Sea Salt
  • 2 tsp dried Dill (optional)
  • 1 tbsp Nutritional Yeast (optional)
  • 1 set Paraflexx Sheets

Steps:

  • Add all ingredients except hemp hearts and veggies to your food processor
  • Process until well mixed and transfer into a large bowl
  • Add remaining ingredients to mixture in the large bowl
  • Mix with a spoon until thoroughly combined
  • Line your Excalbiur Food Dehydrator trays with paraflexx sheets
  • Form patties with your hands, similar to burger patties – about 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick
  • Place on trays so patties do not touch each other
  •  Dehydrate on highest temperature for 1.5 hours
  • Reduce heat to 125 degrees F and dehydrate for another 5 hours
  • Once burger patties are holding together and firming nicely, remove paraflexx, and continue dehydrating until they reach desired veggie burger consistency

 

Liquid Pizza

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Servings : 2

Prep Time : 5m

Cook Time : 5m

Ready In : 5m

Ingredients

  • dash of ground dried Basil
  • 1/2 head of medium Cauliflower
  • 1 Cucumber
  • 2 cups of Cherry Tomatoes

Directions

Step 1: Wash produce well

Step 2: Juice all ingredients except for basil in your Omega Juicer

Step 3: Add basil and mix well

Step 4: Serve and enjoy!

Step 5: If you would prefer your juice warm, in a small pot add juice and basil. Steep for an hour for a warm, pizza-like drink. Mix well and enjoy!

More information on the above highlighted raw food tools:

Untitled 1Omega Nutrition Center 800 and 900. Nutrition Centers are masticating style juice extractors that have the ability to juice at low speeds to minimize heat build-up and oxidation that destroy nutrients. The machine is engineered with powerful components that can easy extract juice from wheatgrass and leafy vegetables. Nutrition Centers are not just for juicing; they turn nuts into nut butter, extrude pasta, grind coffee and spices, mince herbs and garlic, make baby food, and whip up soy milk in a flash. $379.95
excaliburDehydrating offers a better way to dry and preserve food while maintaining vitamin content and antioxidants.   Excalibur Dehydrators, offers commercial-grade results. Equipped with patented Parallex™ Horizontal Air Flow and Hyperwave™ Fluctuation Technology, Excalibur allows the most efficient heating and drying combination on the market. Additionally, its adjustable Thermostat (95◦F to 155◦F) keeps the temperature range low enough to preserve active enzymes but high enough to meet safety standards for dehydrating meat products. Available in 4,5,9 and 10 Tray. Price range: $129.00 – $999.95

Three New Prints from John Lennon’s Bag One Arts Program Exhibit in Los Angeles

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The City In My Heart (Eiffel Tower) depicts a romantic memory of John and Yoko’s honeymoon in Paris. (PRNewsFoto/Epic Rights)

Prints of three of John Lennon’s rare archival sketches from the Bag One Arts program – I’m One of Your Biggest Fans, The City in My Heart and Happy Xmas– will be released through exclusive exhibitions in key cities across the United State beginning this December, including Los Angeles, CA. and Las Vegas, NV.

John Lennon’s artwork celebrates human love and communication – two themes at the heart of his contribution to the art of the twentieth century.  His iconic Self-Portrait image has become the cornerstone of the collection.  Offered through the Bag One Arts program, these posthumous, limited edition prints are adapted from Lennon’s original drawings.  The art has been selected from rare archival sketches and is representative of his whimsical and thought provoking imagery.  Each print is reproduced utilizing the sophisticated and detailed standards typical for archival fine art printing processes, guided, approved and hand-signed by Yoko Ono.

The City In My Heart (Eiffel Tower) depicts a romantic memory of John and Yoko’s honeymoon in Paris.  I’m One of Your Biggest Fans reflects his penchant for witty commentary when greeted by fans.  The Happy Xmastree celebrates peace and the powerful message of Happy Xmas (War Is Over).

The Bag One Arts exhibition opens in Los Angeles at Legacy Fine Art (101 N Robertson Blvd.) on December 12th – 14th and in Las Vegason December 5th at AFA Gallery at The Fashion Show Mall.

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The Happy Xmas tree celebrates peace and the powerful message of Happy Xmas (War Is Over). (PRNewsFoto/Epic Rights)

“Introducing the Bag One Arts program through this unique exhibition continues to honor John’s legacy,” said Ono. “The teams at Bag One Arts and Epic Rights have exceeded my expectations both in terms of the quality of the prints and their passion in organizing the exhibitions. On a personal note, I’m especially proud to share John’s The City in My Heart print, created during our honeymoon.”

In his art, John Lennon, the legendary musician, songwriter, poet, philosopher and artist, delivered a consistent message – peace and love.  Art was actually his first love, as he began drawing long before he owned a guitar.  He attended the prestigious Liverpool Art Institute (1957-1960).  He continued to draw throughout his life.  Lennon’s primary medium was line drawing, either in pen, pencil, or Japanese sumi ink.  His drawings became illustrations for three bestselling books: In His Own Write (1964), A Spaniard in the Works (1965) and Skywriting By Word of Mouth (1987).

In addition, a complete suite of the Bag One portfolio of lithographs resides in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.  The graphic collection has traveled throughout the U.S., England, Spain,Italy, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Hong Kong and Manila.

For more information about Lennon’s Bag One Arts exhibitions, visit http://johnlennonartwork.com

About John Lennon and Bag One Arts:
Born and raised in Liverpool, England, as a teenager John Lennon became involved in music, forming his first band, the Quarrymen, which by 1960 had evolved into The Beatles, the most commercially successful band in the history of popular music. Lennon was a visual artist before he picked up his first guitar or wrote his first song. From 1957-60 he studied at the prestigious Liverpool Art Institute. Later he would not only pen but also illustrate three books: In His Own Write, A Spaniard In The Works and Skywriting By Word of Mouth.  In 1969, as a wedding gift for Yoko, he began working on a series of drawings called Bag One–a chronicle of their wedding ceremony, honeymoon and plea for world peace — The Bed-In. In the years that followed the break-up of The Beatles, Lennon expressed himself once again through drawing, this time reflecting his love for his family. Since 1989 Bag One Arts has published a series of limited edition prints of his work, which have traveled throughout the world.  The Bag One Portfolio is in the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Please check MOMA’s schedule for opportunities to view the collection.

About Epic Rights Art/Limelight Agency
Epic Rights, in partnership with Bag One Arts and Daniel Crosby’s Limelight Agency, is handling marketing and distribution of the John Lennon Bag One Art program to galleries worldwide.

Almost Maine at The Hudson Mainstage Theatre, Hollywood, CA

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move
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“They Fell” Cast: John Lacy and Travis Myers : Dan Warner Photography

“The World is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” ~W.B. Yeats

Touching upon a spectrum of emotions and complicated human relationships, Almost, Maine now playing at the Hudson Mainstage Theatre is loaded with plenty of spunk. Developed by the Cape Cod Theatre Project in 2002 the show had an Off-Broadway run in 2006, played to critical acclaim and sold-out houses in 2010 at Portland Stage Company and comes to Los Angeles with a stellar cast, crew and writer/director team.

It’s a fast moving night in the snowy town of Almost — a town that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States – it’s almost Canada.  And it almost doesn’t exist.  Because its citizens never got around to getting organized.  So, it’s just…Almost.

Love is confusing and on one cold, clear Friday night in the middle of winter, while the northern lights hover in the sky above, amore goes haywire.  Almost’s inhabitants find themselves falling in and out of love, in the strangest ways.

As a series of literal and figurative, lightly connected vignettes, we go on a journey with the residents of Almost as they quite ridiculously in most cases, work out difficult, even forbidden moments with respective girlfriends, boyfriends, spouses, exes and friends. The overarching theme of Almost, Maine is “lost and found love”, or something like it in any case, and although there are some lively gags, it’s not always sweet.  Following a chirpy first act, the second act almost turns somber, but is saved by a high-spirited reprieve as the story eventually and energetically revs full circle for a contented, if not absolutely joyous ending.

Almost, Maine is neatly written and entertaining, sincere and as thoroughly silly as it gets in the comedic love arena. Nine couples work their way in and out of enchantments, affections and crushes, turning the idea of love upside down at times with outrageous accusations, confessions and revelations that are poignant as much as they are funny.

Don’t pass up this offering if you can help it.  The laughs and giggles are well worth the ticket price and time spent in the seat.  Each and every cast member brings their A-game, vulnerability and range to every moment of this show without exception.  All other elements from lighting to costume to scenery are completely complimentary.

“The play is filled with with quirks, surprises and hilarity in the very human quest for connection. Better than ‘almost’.  Almost, Maine is perfect!”

Almost MaineNow Playing until December 21st
at The Hudson Mainstage
Thurs, Fri, Sat @ 8pm
Sun @3pm
General admission is $25.00
Running time 90 minutes
Playwright John Cariani
Directed by Martin Papazian
Scenic Designer Joseph Hodges
Sound Design by D.J. Moosekian
Produced by Martin Papazian, Christopher Armitrano, Peter Breitmayer & Pumpkin Eater Productions

FEATURING:

Allison Tolman, Peter BreitmayerAlex Desert, Marina BenedictMartin Papazian, Presciliana Esparolini, Samantha Sloyan, Dan Warner, Lester Purry, Nell Teare, Laura Marie Steigers, Tyne Stecklein, Misa Moosekian, Devin Crittenden, Travis Myers, John Lacy, Steve Fite, Casey Sullivan, and Ana Lucasey.

 
THE HUDSON MAINSTAGE THEATRE
6539 Santa Monica Blvd..
Los Angeles, CA. 90038
General admission:  323.960.5773

Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move

6 Dance Lessons in 6 WeeksLast Tuesday evening had me sitting in the Wilshire Screening Room for the second and final preview of Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, the new screenplay by two-time Writer’s Guild Award winner and Emmy nominee, Richard Alfieri based on his Broadway hit show by the same name, to be released this Friday, December 12th, in Los Angeles at Sundance Sunset Cinema, Laemmle Town Center 5, and Edwards Westpark 8 and in NY at AMC Empire 25.

The movie stars two-time Academy Award nominee and two-time Golden Globe winner Gena Rowlands as the crusty 75-year-old South Florida matron Lily Harrison who unexpectedly develops a life-changing friendship with her much younger, gay dance instructor.

Cheyenne Jackson co-stars as Michael Minetti, the frustrated, 30-year-old teacher and former Broadway chorus star who is assigned to Lily after she calls to request a private lesson.  Julian Sands plays Cunard, owner of the dance studio. And what would a dance film be without Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Grammy award winner Rita Moreno (West Side Story) who makes a lively appearance as Lily’s cranky downstairs neighbor.

Six Dance Lessons overall is rather a delightful little film and was certainly well-received by the crowd in attendance.  The movie lightly hits all the intended points about stereotypes, prejudice, intolerance, ageism, gay issues, religion, and most of all the invisibility of older women.

“I’ve noticed so many times older women say, finally something for us,” said director Arthur Allan Seidelman.  Sincerely, this is a film dedicated especially to them.  A love story between a very much older matron and a very young man who genuinely need each other for so many reasons.  And sex actually does sort of come into play, just not for the two of them.  But the story does bring up the issue of older women, their power, loss of identity without a man, loneliness and needs beyond card games, bingo and coffee clutching.

It is a story however “by the numbers” so exact in intention that it feels at times a bit like a Sunday School lecture in relationships. The dialog “fits and starts” at the beginning and feels more like a stage play rather than a film.  In fact, Broadway is exactly where this story was originally debuted.  Characters have been added in to pad the drama and the environment between the two leads, and more layers could have filled the gaps.  But in the end, it does settle into what the director wanted to give us…a beautiful picture and a clear message.  That’s exactly what we got.

As an homage to the ladies of this film, their respective talents, beauty and full-spanning careers, Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks is worth the viewing simply for the sentiment and wisdom.  Gena Rowlands and Rita Moreno are as wonderfully spot-on and snappy as ever.  Actress Jacki Weaver as the kittenish, older woman looking for a great time, throws in a tremendous amount of honesty in the few moments she is given on screen.  And all of them supported by a strong and thankfully not overbearing Cheyenne Jackson.  Overall, it’s a sweet, comedic, straight-shooting story of life lessons for everyone.  You’ll want to get your pen and paper out for notes.  Because eventually, this day is coming for all of us.

The Film Collective and Dada Films presents a Docler Entertainment Production in Association with Entpro

And Arthur Allan Seidelman Film.

Screenplay by Richard Alfieri, based on his play.

Directed by Arthur Allen Seidelman

STARRING:

Gena Rowlands as Lily Harrison

Cheyenne Jackson as Michael Minetti

Jacki Weaver as Irene Mossbecker

Rita Moreno as Ida Barksdale

Julian Sands as Winslow Cunard

LA THEATERS
Sundance Sunset Cinema – 8000 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA

Laemmle Town Center 5 – 17200 Ventura Blvd #121, Encino, CA
Edwards Westpark 8 – 3735 Alton Pkwy, Irvine, CA
NY THEATER
AMC Empire 25 – 234 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036

Northanger Abbey: Jane Austen’s Classic Novel with Puppets at the Broad Stage

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move

BoxTale4_639x426A very reserved and slightly curious procession with a chest of objects to the stage heralded the opening of Box Tale Soup’s adapted version of Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey, featuring handmade puppets and an almost exact dialog replication of the novel itself.

As shows accompanied by puppets go this one was no less charming, although much more quiet in temperament and delivery, than anything I’ve seen this year at the Broad or anywhere with any company in Los Angeles.  Appropriate for all ages, it’s definitely more entertaining looking at it through a child’s eyes. And that is my suggestion: bring your children.  And if you are attending as an adult on your own, go forth with an openness to sweetness and possibility.

Viewing at first was a bit difficult.  The Edye is small and seating a bit less raked than I’d like, but that didn’t stop magic from happening throughout the evening.

It is classic storytelling with themes of conflict between marriage for love and marriage for property, the banality of partner selection, and life as fiction.  But not to worry.  As deep as that may sound, there is plenty more then just “rational happiness” and frustration to be experienced in this production.  It is true love Edwardian style, absolutely darling with a little bit of self-made thriller thrown in.

Northanger Abbey, as a historical point of reference was the first of Jane Austen’s novels to be completed for publication, though she had previously made a start on Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice.  It tells the story of the young, naive and unlikely heroine Catherine Morland who starts off as a tomboy, grows up to be a pretty girl and has a particular fascination with Gothic novels and melodrama. She is introduced into Society at Bath by her wealthy neighbors where she falls in love quite spontaneously with a dashing Henry Tilney who always seems to be out of reach.  Catherine, additionally, is thwarted at nearly every turn, by the wealth-hunting, spouse-chasing, brother and sister team, Isabella and John Thorpe, who befriend Catherine and her brother James, and keep her mostly occupied to their will until they discover that Catherine’s family is not as rich as they would prefer.  But she manages to finally get an invitation from Tilney’s younger sister to visit Northanger Abbey where she secretly hopes for a romantic connection with Henry.  It’s touch and go for Catherine who humorously and disastrously lets her overactive imagination get the best of her while visiting the Abbey.  Mistaken assumptions on both sides, for a variety of reasons, end in her being abruptly sent home. But just when all her illusions of Tilney are shattered and her destiny sidetracked, he comes back with a rescue.

“Fate manages to throw a Hero in her path and all is well.”

Storytelling comes so much more alive when puppetry is involved and in the oddest way, closer to reality.  And actors Antonia Christopher and Noel Byrne as they interact with and opposite their creations, are delightful in every way.

The length of this production and the lack of a much needed pause or intermission, are the only decided drawbacks.  I found myself fidgeting (luckily way in the back where no one could be disturbed by my restlessness) for a quicker ending.  But as all was well with our story, so was it with the world and the play.  It’s still a recommend.

BoxTale1_426x426There are 5 performances left:

Friday, December 12 @ 8pm

Saturday, December 13 @ 5pm and 8pm

Sunday, December 14 @ 2pm and 5pm

General Admission. Prices vary by performance.

Visit:  www.thebroadstage.com or call the Box Office at 310.434.3200

The Broad Stage is located at 1310 11th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401.  Parking is FREE.

Sing Your Way INTO THE WOODS: A Musical Contest!

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Gia On The Move recently attended an official screening of Into The Woods and it was fun!  The actors all brought their A Games and EVERYONE sung their hearts out!

Now Disney is inviting you to show off YOUR singing skills and your love for the Stephen Sondheim musical “Into the Woods” with the online musical contest “Sing Your Way Into the Woods”.

The winning video will be selected by legendary eight-time Tony®, Grammy® and Oscar®-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim and Tony® winner James Lapine, who also wrote the screenplay. All videos will be judged based on their musicality, creativity and execution. The winner(s) will receive a private advance screening of Disney’s “Into the Woods” and the winning video and the videos from the three runner-up’s will be featured on the film’s official Tumblr site. So let’s see if you have what it takes to Sing Your Way Into the Woods!

The contest is open to choir groups, choral companies, musical theater departments, glee clubs and anyone with a passion for the landmark musical “Into the Woods.”  You decide which part you want to sing and perhaps your wish to win a screening will come true!

Go to www.intothewoodscontest.com to watch the trailer for Disney’s “Into the Woods” for inspiration, download the official music and lyrics to the Prologue and gather your friends and record your own version of the last two-minutes of the iconic Prologue from “Into The Woods”. Rules, guidelines and regulations are posted on the site. Deadline for all submissions is 2 PM (PST)  December 12, 2014.

The contest runs until Friday, December 12, 2014 at 2 PM (PST). Winners will be chosen and announced on the site on or about Friday, December 19, 2014.

For more information, like them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DisneyIntoTheWoods and follow us on Twitter: @IntoThe Woods.

ABOUT THE FILM:

“Into the Woods” is a modern twist on several beloved fairy tales, intertwining the plots of a few choice stories and exploring the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests. This humorous and heartfelt musical follows the classic tales of Cinderella (Anna Kendrick), Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), Jack and the Beanstalk (Daniel Huttlestone), and Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy), all tied together by an original story involving a Baker and his Wife (James Corden and Emily Blunt), their wish to begin a family and their interaction with the Witch (Meryl Streep), who has put a curse on them. Rob Marshall, the acclaimed filmmaker behind the Academy Award®-winning musical “Chicago” and Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” directs the film, which is based on the musical stage production by legendary eight-time Tony, Grammy® and Oscar®-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim and Tony® winner James Lapine, who also wrote the screenplay.  Produced by John DeLuca, Marshall, “Wicked” producer Marc Platt and Callum McDougall, “Into the Woods” will be released in theaters December 25, 2014.

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Neon Hitch : Eleutheromaniac

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As pop princesses go, Neon Hitch might just be the next new thing.

So if you tend to obsess on teen drama, Desi sound and gypsy pop dance tunes listen up and follow this artist!

The British singer, songwriter’s astounding voice and magnetic presence are creating waves internationally in the music industry from her hometown London, to India to America.

Hitch debuted her music in London (where she was roommates with Amy Winehouse), making her way to India and most recently completed her 22- city, “Yard Sale” national tour in America which showcased new material from her much anticipated album release, Eleutheromaniac (which means a passionate mania or obsession for Freedom) and previous #1 Billboard hits.  While hosting actual yard sale events at each show she raised funds and awareness for the LGBT community that has always supported her, along with local, homeless youth initiatives.

We think she’s BRILLIANT!

While touring across America, Neon launched first ever, fan based label #WeRNeon where she can independently release her debut album, Eleutheromaniac. The movement, which is driven by fans through virtual communications on WeRNeon.com, is dedicated to bridging the gaps between the artist and fan.

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The Gypsy princess has collaborated with Gym Class Heroes on “Ass Back Home”, which landed the 12th spot in the Billboard Hot 100. She has worked with Sia, Bruno Mars, Ke$ha, and Imogen Heap. She also released a series of covers and mash-ups of other artist’s songs including Wiz Khalifa’s “On My Level”, Waka Flocka Flame’s “No Hands”, and Kreayshawn’s “Gucci Gucci”.

Hitch’s musical talent was noticed at a young age as she released single, “Get Over U” co-written by singer Sia, “Silly Girl,” “Bad Dog” and “Poisoned with Love” the latter which appeared in Teen Wolf and Now That’s What I Call Music! 40.  

Listen to the sampler of the Eleutheromanic here:

Find Neon Hitch everywhere:

Website: werneon.com

youtubeYouTube: www.youtube.com/user/neonhitchtv

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twitter-birdTwitter: @neonhitch

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facebookFacebook.com/NeonHitchMusic