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Wednesday 10th March 2010

Dorothy Savage picking up US radio play with album debut

NEW POP rock singer Dorothy Savage is picking up considerable US radio airplay for her debut album 'Glorious Mess', released on Crimson Pink Music on 30th March. Said Traci Lee of Star 93.5 FM in Jackson, Mississippi, "Being a CHR station, I'm faced with picking music that is relevant to a younger audience. Something hip, modern and funky that has a rock edge - that's what you get with Dorothy Savage." Dorothy's album was produced by Marty Magehee (of 4Him) with additional production on two songs by Chris Omartian (Rubyz, Atomic Blonde). Writers on the project included Chris Sligh (American Idol), Dan Mukala (Backstreet Boys), Jill Philips and Cindy Morgan.

Said Dorothy, "My first inspiration for the album came when I was working in theatre in New York. As a Christian, I had been in a secular environment for so long and at a time in my life when my sister was struggling with a very serious illness. All that was happening in my life really caused me to draw heavily on God for my strength. I felt him calling me back to a place where I could speak candidly in my music about him and about what Jesus has meant to my life. This album has been like an 'autobiographical lifeline' that has given me that opportunity." CR

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Posted by lisa in redding @ 08:05 on Mar 12 2010

i thinh your awesome. dont give up or stop what you love most. I love Jesus very much and i love to hear how much other people love him too... gives me energy to hear the love for our LORD and SAVIOR... GOD BLESS YOU. lots of love to you and your work

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