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Recording Artist and Hit Song Maker Fawn Nominated for Three 2013 EOTM Awards

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On Tuesday, July 30, 2013 Terrace Studios announced that celebrity songwriter Fawn has been nominated in 3 EOTM (Entrepreneurs On The Move) categories for Best Female Artist, Best Song and Best Music Video. The EOTM Awards will be held on August 4th 2013 at the Pacific Design Center 8687 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood CA., 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., with the star studded red carpet starting at 4:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at http://www.eotmawards.com/#%21buy-tickets-now/c528

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Besides her striking long, blond braids, Fawn is best known for her #6 Billboard hit song, ‘Wish U Love’ and philanthropic work with children and animals. The first single she ever released, as a young teenager raised a few million dollars for people affected by HIV/AIDS and was produced by BT (Brian Transeau). The song she wrote and performed was entitled ‘Oneday’. When asked about that time, Fawn says, “The reason I wanted to write songs and perform was to help people, so I had always told myself that my first song would be one to give back into the world.” She continued, “I had no idea it would help so many people, and I am grateful for that. Thankfully, the world has evolved since that song was released, and there are no longer the extreme prejudices about HIV/AIDS that were being faced during that time.”

When asked about her Billboard chart topper, ‘Wish U Love,’ she stated, “The song is very close to my heart. I wrote it during a very difficult time about my first true love, 3 years after we had parted ways.” She said, “I find that most great songs come from life experience and the heart. As Beethoven once said, ‘into the heart it has sprung, into the heart it shall penetrate.’ – I think all of us have songs that remind us of a time in our lives, and I hope that ‘Wish U Love’ is that for some people.”

When asked about her 3 nominations, Fawn excitedly said, “I can’t believe it! Even getting 1 nomination would be an extreme honor, but 3? Wow! I feel blessed and I am so humbled and honored by the nominations! She continued, “To be recognized in a field where there are so many worthy and incredible talents, is mind blowing. Thank you for thinking of me and for supporting my music, it means the world to me!”

About FAWN: Fawn is an award winning ASCAP singer, songwriter, composer, recording artist, author, and former model, who shared the top of the Billboard Dance Charts with LadyGa Ga, Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson in 2010 with her song ‘Wish U Love’ on Hades/Stonedef Records produced by Chad Jack and Tim Leteer. She won the JPF Music Awards for “Best Dance Song” with the original version of “Wish You Love” and “Best Dance Album” for “Body Soul and Mind” in 2009. She has been #2 only to Madonna in record sales and In 2010 her music video “Wish U Love” produced by Stephen Wozniak and Fawn stayed in the top 10 music videos for 5 months on MTV/LOGO Channel. In 2009 she won the VH-1 Songwriting award for her soulful song about racism, “Into The Light” and in 2011 won ‘Cover Model Of The Year’ for LIC Magazine. In 2012 Fawn become a published book author, making it into the anthology “Unnatural Tales Of The Jackalope” with her short story “The Jackalope and The Jellybean” - a story about Ronald Reagan and his jackalope. Besides being currently nominated for three 2013 EOTM Awards for Best Female Artist, Best Song and Best Music Video, she has 3 albums coming out for 2013 and a chill-out electronica single currently out on Sofa Silk, “Solitude” produced by Digital Sixable available on iTunes and beatport http://www.beatport.com/search?query=fawn+solitude. Her album Body Soul and Mind is available at iTunes.

Her voice and songs have been heard on numerous TV shows, commercials and films such as The Little Red Wagon, Spike Lee’s The Girl Is In Trouble, Nickelodeon’s Hollywood Heights, The Nathalee Holloway Story, CSI Miami, Charlie’s Angels 2011, Ugly Betty, Nip/Tuck, Ford, Mazda, Pontiac, Barbie, Ponds, Target, Guiding Light, Lavazza Coffee, The Young and The Restless, Missing, Dead End Falls, and Witchblade, among others. For more information visit http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2779641/, http://www.facebook.com/fawnmusic and http://www.fawnmusic.com

About The EOTM Awards: An accolade presented by the EOTM Radio & TV Network celebrating entrepreneurial achievements and performances in business, philanthropy and the arts (recordings, television, radio, literature, film, directing and writing). The EOTM Awards Show will also present “The Aaron Hatcher Award” to key individuals and organizations that promote human rights and social justice. For more information visit http://www.eotmawards.com/

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