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Gobble Gobble! Family-Friendly Thanksgiving Songs from Ruth Roberts Music

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — With an entire album of family-friendly tunes, Ruth Roberts Music is ready to help keep everyone singing through the November holidays with “Thanksgiving Songs That Tickle Your Funny Bone,” now available on iTunes.

“This wonderful season means family gatherings, turkey dinners, pumpkin pie, and good old-fashioned sing-alongs,” states Susan Nicoletti, Director of Operations for Goldenrod Music, the publishing company that oversees the songs of the late Ruth Roberts. “The songs on this collection are good fun for the whole family, even the youngest ones.” And she knows what “G-Rated” is all about after her five years of serving on the ratings board for the Motion Picture Association of America.

Ruth Roberts was one of the most consistently successful songwriters from the 1940s through the 1990s. Every sports fan knows some of her work, from “Meet the Mets” to “It’s a Beautiful Day for a Ball Game” to “Mr. Touchdown, USA,” which is a college football favorite.

“Beatles fans probably know that the Fab Four recorded ‘Mailman Bring Me No More Blues,’ which is on the ‘Anthology 3′ album. But they may not realize that song was written by Roberts,” Nicoletti points out, adding that the song was also recorded by Buddy Holly, Oliver Nelson, and Lefty Frizzell.

It is in the area of children’s music that Ruth Roberts may be best known, starting with her work with Bob Keeshan, who was revered for his portrayal of kids TV personality Captain Kangaroo. As a teenager, Roberts was influenced by Broadway shows and this resulted in her writing full-length and mini-musicals for elementary schools, all of which appeal to the “Glee” fan in everyone. Teachers and educators can discover more about her musicals written for a K-through-grade-6 curriculum by visiting the Michael Brent Publications website at michaelbrent(dot)com.

Ruth Roberts created songs in virtually every genre (pop, rock, blues, gospel, country, sports, children’s) and enjoyed great success with love songs. Her romantic ballads and playful up-tempo tunes often hit the charts with recordings by such popular recording artists as Dean Martin, Theresa Brewer, Jimmy Dean, The McGuire Sisters, Patti Page, Debbie Reynolds, Vic Damone, Arthur Godfrey, Steve Allen and Eydie Gorme.

In addition, movie and TV viewers have heard Roberts’ songs in “Yes Man,” “The Benchwarmer,” “A Dirty Shame,” “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Seinfeld,” and Conan O’Brien.

For more information about Ruth Roberts and her music for kids, families, and sports fans, please visit www.ruthrobertsmusic.com and for an interview with Susan Nicoletti, please contact John Scott G of G-Man Marketing.

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The Next Big Jobs Boom: Will It Be High-Tech or Highly-Human? Employment Report Makes Surprising Prediction

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As Walmart tests iPhone checkout, the cashier’s job moves closer to extinction, a fate shared by many routine jobs in most industries; but there’s a bright new countertrend, according to an employment report from EraNova Institute.

What is the countertrend? Is it the imminent creation of millions of high-tech jobs? No, according to the report. Most of the existing technical jobs are an endangered species, like cashiering, because they too involve functions that fast-evolving technology can assume.

The report gives evidence that we’re on the brink of a “highly-human” jobs boom, with millions of positions requiring skills that only conscious beings can provide. These jobs will span all major industries and professions.

Titled “Highly-Human Jobs: The New Work That Technology Can’t Take Over,” the report documents an emerging employment model that elevates purposeful, creative, caring, very-much-alive people above smart, efficient, unconscious, unfeeling systems, no matter how “intelligent” they may be.

“Humans actually have valuable skills and qualities that even the smartest technology can’t match,” says Richard W. Samson, the report’s author. “By leveraging those non-automatable characteristics, we have an excellent chance of creating a very large job market.”

Highly-human skills, ranging from creativity to responsibility, will be vital even in high-tech professions such as biotechnology, robotics, and renewable energy, the report predicts. “People will be needed in these fields when they act like people rather than trying to compete with artificial intelligence,” says Samson. “AI and advanced systems can easily trump humans in the automatable aspects of biotech research, robotics development, and so on.”

Robust job creation need not continue to be such a tough issue for policy makers, Samson believes. “As Washington and business leaders learn more about the highly-human trend, they’ll be in a position to re-evaluate and re-strategize. We’re available to help. We know the characteristics of the new jobs and how government, industry and individuals can prepare for them.”

“America and the world need to get off the endangered-jobs treadmill,” he adds. “It’s time to jump on an elevator to full employment and the best jobs yet.”

Journalists, broadcasters and bloggers may request a complimentary copy of the EraNova report at highlyhumanjobs.ning.com, a website that is a service of EraNova.

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Horrific Halloween Costume Contest Launched by Ruth Roberts Music

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Goblins, ghosts, werewolves, witches, princesses, pirates, and more will be shouting “Trick or Treat” at parties and at your front door this October 31. The outfits will range from mild to wild, but all will cause proud parents to snap photos of their costume-clad kids. In addition to going into scrapbooks, the pix will be posted online and the Ruth Roberts Music page on Facebook is welcoming them for the “Horrific Halloween Costume Contest.”

“The contest is open to anyone in the U.S. and the only rule is that the photo be suitable for all ages,” states Susan Nicoletti, Director of Operations for Goldenrod Music, the publishing company that oversees Roberts’ songs. After her five years of serving on the Motion Picture Assn. of America ratings board, she is very aware of what is “G-Rated.”

To enter, simply upload a JPEG to the Ruth Roberts Music page on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RuthRobertsMusic .

“There will be individual winners who will receive the iTunes album of Ruth Roberts’ ‘Halloween Songs That Tickle Your Funny Bone,’” Nicoletti says, “plus there will be one grand prize winner where the school of the winning entrant will receive the entire catalog of Ruth Roberts songs on iTunes.”

Roberts is known for her work with legendary kids TV personality Capt. Kangaroo and was also one of the most consistently successful songwriters from the 1940s through the 1990s. Every sports fan knows some of her work, from “Meet the Mets” to “It’s a Beautiful Day for a Ball Game” to “Mr. Touchdown, USA.”

“Beatles fans probably know that the Fab Four recorded ‘Mailman Bring Me No More Blues,’ which is on the ‘Anthology 3′ album. But they may not realize that song was written by Roberts,” Nicoletti points out. “That song was also recorded by Buddy Holly, Oliver Nelson, and Lefty Frizzell,” Nicoletti adds.

Creator of songs in virtually every genre (pop, rock, blues, gospel, country, sports, children’s), Roberts made a name for herself with love songs. Her romantic ballads and playful up-tempo tunes often hit the charts with recordings by such popular recording artists as Dean Martin, Theresa Brewer, Jimmy Dean, The McGuire Sisters, Patti Page, Debbie Reynolds, Vic Damone, Arthur Godfrey, Steve Allen and Eydie Gorme. Movie and TV viewers have heard Roberts’ songs in “Yes Man,” “The Benchwarmer,” “A Dirty Shame,” “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Seinfeld,” and Conan O’Brien.

Influenced by Broadway shows she saw as a teen-ager, Roberts also wrote full-length and elementary school mini-musicals which appeal to the “Glee” fan in everyone. Teachers and educators can discover more about her musicals written for a K-through-grade-6 curriculum by visiting the Michael Brent Publications website at michaelbrent(dot)com.

For more information about Ruth Roberts, her songs, and her life, please visit ruthrobertsmusic(dot) com and for an interview with Susan Nicoletti, please contact John Scott G of G-Man Marketing.

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818-223-8486

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High-Human, Not High-Tech, Is the Ticket for Future Jobs, Starting Now, According to Contrarian Employment Report

EraNova Jobs Report author SamsonMOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As the U.S. Presidential election looms, lackluster job creation is one of the hottest issues being debated. But where, exactly, are those millions of new positions supposed to come from? “Right now, technology is creating jobs faster that they can be filled,” says Richard W. Samson, author of an employment report from EraNova Institute. “But in a short time many of those tech jobs will be automated out of existence.”

“The new jobs, in the millions needed, will not come from old thinking,” he says. “They will come from brand-new thinking about what humans basically are and uniquely do.”

This view is presented in a special report published by EraNova, “Highly-Human Jobs: The New Work That Technology Can’t Take Over.” Selling for $7.95, it may be downloaded free, for the month of October, by bloggers, journalists, and broadcasters who want to weigh in on the idea: http://highlyhumanjobs.ning.com.

“Based on economic trends since 1900,” says Samson, “knowledge work involving technology is set to dwindle just as agricultural and then manufacturing work dwindled. The new work will involve skills and sensibilities that electronic systems just can’t match any time soon if ever. Right now this awareness needs to be the focus of educators, young people, middle-aged career changers, employers, and policy makers.”

Very few people are looking at employment this way, he asserts. “We need to get the word out and start a conversation.”

The Highly-Human Jobs website — http://highlyhumanjobs.ning.com — is a service of EraNova Institute — http://www.eranova.com — and was created to support discussions related to the report.

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Musical Shout Out to Merle Haggard in ‘Play Some Merle’

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Showing love for one of the world’s most respected songwriters, Danielle Egnew has recorded “Play Some Merle,” a fast-paced country-rock song that demonstrates how performing a little music by The Hag will improve almost any situation, including calming hot tempers to avoid a bar fight.

“I have always been in awe of the songs of Merle Haggard,” Egnew states, “so when the opportunity came to be part of this song, I jumped at it.” Many of the characters and situations in the song were the result of Egnew experiencing life on the road in several bands, most notably Pope Jane, the all-girl rock group that has been recording and performing throughout the Mountain West and Pacific Coast states for more than a decade.

Handling all instruments and vocals on the recording herself, Egnew presented the finished track to Producer Matt Forger for review. Forger has a long list of indie and major label credits, including working on the current “Bad25″ Michael Jackson box-set. “The lyrics and the drive of the song were undeniable,” Forger states, who has expressed interest in producing his own version of the tune.

A video for “Play Some Merle” was shot in the towns of Sheridan and Story, Wyoming, with Egnew and co-director Roy Pack approaching townspeople right on the street to solicit their participation. “There’s such an Old West way of doing business there. It’s great,” says Egnew, originally a native of Montana. “We’d ask people if they wanted to be in a video and as soon as we said the title of the song, everybody was like: ‘I’m in!’ It was just so cool!”

The “Play Some Merle” single is the first official release on a newly-created label, Tin Star Records, which was formed at the end of 2011 by Egnew and Pack. Working with Americana artists primarily in the Rocky Mountain West, the company has offices in Sheridan and Los Angeles. Shure, Inc. partnered with Tin Star to create the first all-Shure commercial recording studio, featuring Shure’s studio KSM series microphones. In addition, Egnew herself is endorsed by Minarik Guitars, In Tune Guitar Picks, Studio Devil Software, and Scoop Straps.

Credits for “Play Some Merle” include songwriters Egnew, John Scott G, and Philip Hatten, while the publishing companies are Golosio (BMI) and Ave Vox (ASCAP).

For more information, please contact John Scott G of G-Man Marketing.

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Halloween Songs for Kids Can Tickle the Funny Bone of the Whole Family

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — For kids of all ages, Halloween is a spooktacular time of year and parents can easily create hours of good safe entertainment with the album called “Halloween Songs That Tickle Your Funny Bone.” From the pen of songwriter Ruth Roberts, the collection is available on both iTunes and Amazon.

“The album is filled with sing-along songs that generations of youngsters grew up with,” states Susan Nicoletti, Director of Operations for Goldenrod Music, the publishing company that oversees Roberts’ songs. “Not only are these numbers tons of fun, they are also kid friendly,” Nicoletti added, and she knows G-rated material when she sees it based on her five years on the Motion Picture Assn. of America ratings board.

“Along with her work for legendary kids TV personality Capt. Kangaroo, Ruth Roberts was one of the most consistently successful songwriters from the 1940s through the 1990s,” Nicoletti states.

For example, Roberts created songs known to every sports fan, including “Meet the Mets,” “It’s a Beautiful Day for a Ball Game,” and “Mr. Touchdown, USA.” In addition, Beatles fans probably know the Fab Four recorded “Mailman Bring Me No More Blues,” which appears on the “Anthology 3″ album. Written by the hip-before-her-time Roberts, the tune was also recorded by Buddy Holly, Oliver Nelson, and Lefty Frizzell.

Creator of songs in virtually every genre (pop, rock, blues, gospel, country, sports, children’s), Roberts made a name for herself with love songs. Her romantic ballads and playful up-tempo tunes often hit the charts with recordings by such popular recording artists as Dean Martin, Theresa Brewer, Jimmy Dean, The McGuire Sisters, Patti Page, Debbie Reynolds, Vic Damone, Arthur Godfrey, Steve Allen and Eydie Gorme. Movie and TV viewers have heard Roberts’ songs in “Yes Man,” “The Benchwarmer,” “A Dirty Shame,” “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Seinfeld,” and Conan O’Brien.

Influenced by Broadway shows she saw as a teen-ager, Roberts also wrote full-length and elementary school mini-musicals which appeal to the “Glee” fan in everyone. Teachers and educators can discover more about her musicals written for a K-through-grade-6 curriculum by visiting the Michael Brent Publications website at michaelbrent(dot)com.

For more information about Ruth Roberts, her songs, and her life, please visit www.ruthrobertsmusic.com and for an interview with Susan Nicoletti, please contact John Scott G of G-Man Marketing.

MEDIA CONTACT
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jsg@gmanmarketing.com
818-223-8486

NEWS SOURCE: Ruth Roberts Music

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Now’s the Time to Create ‘Highly-Human’ Jobs by the Millions, According to Special Report from EraNova Institute

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today EraNova Institute announces an employment report with an upbeat message. Titled, “Highly-Human Jobs, The New Work that Technology Can’t Take Over,” it forecasts the rise of a high-touch, human-centered economy that could dwarf today’s high-tech economy based on smart technology.

Millions of people-oriented, non-programmable jobs may be created now, the report concludes, replacing jobs lost to automation and systemization. And everyone can get into the act.

Written as a practical roadmap for working people as well as entrepreneurs, business leaders, and policy makers, the report offers guidelines for –

* Finding a job that has a future because it’s highly-human and can’t be automated.
* Making any job into your dream job by adding highly-human elements through your own initiative.
* Creating a highly-human job or service from scratch, something useful and fulfilling that can’t be done by smart machines or systems.
* Hiring or developing employees with highly-human skills, to gain competitive advantage.
* Promoting legislation that supports a synergistic balance between technical and human advancement.

Methods and examples are given for honing the seven highly-human skills that set people apart from electronics and systems. The report also describes the budding “highly-human economy,” set to overtake the present service and knowledge-work economy, which earlier overtook the manufacturing economy, which in turn superseded the agricultural economy.

According to Richard W. Samson, author of the report, the coming highly-human economy will feature mental, emotional, social and other non-programmable forms of conscious aliveness that highly automated and even artificially intelligence systems can’t match.

“The great thing is that we don’t have to wait for anybody to create these jobs for us,” says Samson. “Anyone can create them right now on their own — although business leaders, the next President and Congress can help.”

Selling for $7.95, the report may be downloaded, in PDF format, from EraNova’s Highly-Human Jobs website, http://highlyhumanjobs.ning.com. Complimentary copies may be requested by journalists, bloggers, and broadcasters.

Buyers may also join online discussions about finding highly-human work, creating it, humanizing a business, and gaining governmental support.

The Highly-Human Jobs site is a meeting place for pioneers of the highly-human economy, that could dwarf today’s high-tech economy. Launched today, the site is a service of EraNova Institute — http://www.eranova.com.

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Jane Bach Leads Songwriter Round at Bluebird Cafe with Sandra Piller, Kati Mac, and Billy Lee

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Jane Bach, Sandra Piller (top) Billy Lee, Kati Mac (bottom)

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Songwriters from California, New York, and Nashville join in a country music tradition at the legendary Bluebird Cafe for “Jane Bach and Friends” on Saturday night, October 6. “This will be a fun evening featuring songs that were hits and some that might soon become hits,” Bach states.

Bach is not only the writer of “The Last One to Know,” a number one hit for Reba McEntire, but also composed hits for Jo Dee Messina, Ray Price, and others. A frequent performer at writer’s rounds in cities from coast to coast, Bach will be the host as well as one of the evening’s singers. “A writer’s round is not only good fun,” says Bach, “it’s also one of the best ways for an audience to get up close and personal with writers and their songs.”

Joining Bach will be Shady Hill Records artist Sandra Piller, who is a big supporter of the writer’s round format. “These evenings are always full of so many good feelings as writers share their work from the past and present,” says Piller, who will be performing numbers from her most recent album, “Days Like These,” as well as from her new 6-song EP, “Love Goes On,” dedicated to her late husband, Michael Piller.

Appearing with Piller and Bach will be Kati Mac and Billy Lee. Mac is the Emmy-nominated NYC singer-songwriter whose song, “Only Love,” was the theme for the daytime drama, “Guiding Light.” “Even if you haven’t heard one of my songs, you’ve heard me singing on numerous commercial jingles,” Mac points out. In addition, she has toured or recorded with Sting, Meat Loaf, and Nona Hendryx. Billy Lee will be singing some of his songs, including “The One,” which became a Top Five hit for Gary Allan.

Nashville audiences are well aware of the classic format of the round, where each songwriter plays one of their songs, followed by the next writer, and the next, and so on. “It results in a good time for all,” Bach notes.

With its rich history of hosting many of Nashville’s finest songwriters, the Bluebird Cafe has become known around the USA and around the world. “Everybody in country music knows about the Bluebird,” states Piller. “Probably everyone in the music business knows, too,” adds Bach.

The “Jane Bach and Friends” event will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and reservations are recommended. The Bluebird Cafe is located at 4104 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN 37215. Phone is (615) 383-1461.

For more information or to schedule interviews with Jane Bach and Sandra Piller of Shady Hill Records, please contact John Scott G of G-Man Marketing.

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Hollywood Welcomes Nashville as Jane Bach, Sandra Piller, and Kyle Megginson Perform a Songwriter’s Round at Genghis Cohen

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Jane Bach, Sandra Piller and Kyle Megginson perform a songwriter’s round at Genghis Cohen.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Getting to hear great songs is the whole point of a Nashville-style songwriter’s “round” and that opportunity comes to Hollywood at Genghis Cohen on Monday, September 24. “This is a great location for a songwriter’s round,” notes Jane Bach, organizer of the event scheduled for 8:00-9:30pm. This special one-time performance will feature Bach, Shady Hill Records artist Sandra Piller, and Friends (including Kyle Megginson).

Bach is perhaps best-known for writing one of Reba McEntire’s biggest hit songs (“The Last One to Know”) as well as penning hits for Jo Dee Messina, Ray Price and others. A frequent performer at writer’s rounds in cities all around the country, Bach will be the host as well as one of the singers.

“The whole show will be a celebration of songs,” states Piller, who will be performing numbers from her latest full album, “Days Like These,” and her new 6-song EP, “Love Goes On,” which is dedicated to her late husband, Michael. “I hope to see fans of my music as well as fans of Michael and all his great work,” Piller adds. “When Jane and I appeared at recent Star Trek conventions, it was great to hear from so many people who remember Michael.”

The intimate performance space at Genghis Cohen is ideal for appreciating great material. “One of the best things about a writer’s round program is that it is such a great way to get up close and personal with the writers and their material,” Bach notes, “and we love Genghis Cohen for this.”

Bach is a strong supporter of the Nashville songwriter-in-the-round format. “There’s nothing quite like it,” she states. “And you never know when you’ll be hearing a song that will become the next big hit,” Bach adds. The Genghis Cohen event will follow the classic format of the round, where each songwriter plays one of their songs, followed by the next writer, and the next, and so on.

Genghis Cohen is located at 740 N. Fairfax Ave., Hollywood, CA 90046. Phone: (323) 653-0640. The club has full bar and restaurant, both with service in the performance room. Genghis Cohen is just North of Melrose Blvd. and street parking is available. There is a $10 dollar cover. Showtime is 8:00 to 9:30 p.m.

For more information about this event, to receive a promo copy of “Days Like These” or “Love Goes On” or to schedule an interview with Sandra Piller and Jane Bach, please contact John Scott G of G-Man Marketing.

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Sandra Piller Opens Her Memory Book for Video Dedicated to her Late Husband Michael Piller

Sanda Piller EP Love Goes OnHOLLYWOOD, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Music videos are not usually as emotional as the latest one from Shady Hill Records artist Sandra Piller but in this case, “There is no way I can watch this without tears,” says the singer as she reflects on her late husband, Michael Piller, the subject of the song, “Love Goes On.”

“This song is a memorial to Michael and the love he and Sandra shared,” states Jane Bach, co-writer and producer of the recording. “As one of the most moving music videos I’ve ever seen, it’s like a photo album or memory book that has come to life,” Bach adds.

The song is the title track of a recently-released 6-song EP dedicated simply “…for Michael.” Recognized by millions of fans for his role as the executive producer and writer of more than a hundred episodes of the Star Trek television series, Michael Piller also wrote the feature film “Star Trek Insurrection.”

The video features personal photographs from their engagement, wedding, honeymoon, and family life. “Seeing these photos is so joyful and so sad at the same time,” Piller says. “But mainly all this serves to show how someone can carry love with them across the boundaries of time.”

Working with Bach “is a joy,” notes Piller. “Jane is a terrific writer and producer.” As a veteran music professional in Nashville, Bach penned number one hits by Reba McIntire and Ray Price, as well as hit songs for many other country artists. “It was such a thrill to have the opportunity to co-write all the songs on Sandra’s EP with some of Nashville and LA’s most respected songwriters,” Bach states.

Sandra Piller (www.sandrapiller.com) has been appearing in songwriter rounds led by Bach at venues in Nashville, New York, Los Angeles and at Star Trek conventions around the country. “Next year is the 20th anniversary of ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ which Michael co-created, executive produced, and wrote 173 scripts,” Piller notes, “and I’ve been invited to take part in celebrations and memorials all across the country.”

Shady Hill Records (www.shadyhillrecords.com) was founded several years ago to record, distribute, and foster the cause of contemporary country artists whose work respects and reflects the strong traditions of the roots of American music.

“Love Goes On,” the EP and each of the six songs, may be found for purchase, streaming, or download on iTunes and Amazon as well as the Shady Hill Records site.

For more information, to receive a promo copy of “Days Like These” or “Love Goes On,” or to schedule an interview with Sandra Piller and Jane Bach, please contact John Scott G of G-Man Marketing.

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