Singersroom.com Heats Up ‘Live’ R&B Concert With Megan Rochell and Company

New York, N.Y., July 18, 2007 – When Singersroom Live! first launched in 2006, the concert series became an instant hit bringing R&B fans online/offline together for an intimate night of music and socializing. On July 23rd 2007, Singersroom.com brings back the highly anticipated event that helped launched careers for Chrisette Michele (Def Jam), Emily King (J Records) and Johnta Austin (So So Def). Booked at Crash Mansion in New York City, Singersroom Live! brings together a new collective of R&B artists; TL Cross, Megan Rochell, Jesse Boykins III and Africa Miranda, who will make a future imprint in music industry. Taking the stage as the nights featured act and performing songs from her upcoming album ‘You, Me & the Radio,’ will be Def Jam’s songbird Megan Rochell, who was discovered by Nathan Morris (of Boyz II Men) and signed personally by LA Reid. Nathan describes Megan Rochell’s voice box as “something extraordinarily special.” TL Cross of Da Gutta Fam is a singer/songwriter/producer, who has contributed his production and songwriting skills to Montell Jordan, Musiq Soulchild and Usher. Now TL Cross is unleashing his solo career with a vibrant mixture of hip hop, R&B & soul. Jesse Boykins III, who has worked with Bilal, brings a 5-octave range, jazz and soul ingredient to Singersroom Live. The final artist on the bill is Africa Miranda, a gifted R&B artist with a refreshing face & sound of the New South. Singersroom Live! will be taped and webcast on Singersroom.com’s SingTV following the event. During the live taping of the event, fans will be invited to engage in a candid conversation with each artist. Staying true to the Singersroom.com mission statement, Singersroom Live is a medium for artists to “speak directly to their fans.” For tickets/info on Singersroom Live! Visit www.Singersroom.com/Live. For Media/Press Pass contact Info@Singersroom.com

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