Judith Hill and her band performs at Ram’s Head Live in Annapolis November 4, 2013
*“I had a lot of fun,” said Judith Hill, Michael Jackson backup singer and protégé’ (“This Is It”) about her experience as a contestant on the fourth season of NBC’s “The Voice”. “It was a great experience. I was able to explore my artistry week after week. You discover who you are…and I met a lot of people.”
Judith Hill most known for her duet with Michael Jackson on “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You,” which she performed with him on stage for his final performance seen on “This Is It.” On Monday, November 4, 2013 Judith will bring her amazing voice and her band to Ram’s Head Live in Annapolis Maryland.
“I’m bringing my band, their sound is awesome,” she pointed out about her upcoming show. “I will be performing original music…ballads and Inspirationals. It’s going to be fun.”
Hill said her songs’ lyrics are about never giving up and to look at the beautiful things around us. That she wants to encourage people, “especially around this time of the year,” she said.
A Los Angeles native, Judith Hill appears in the film 20 Feet From Stardom, about backup singers that are seen behind some of the greatest musicians in the 21st century. She also is featured on Christina Aguilera’s single “What a Girl Wants” and scored Spike Lee’s Red Hook Summer film’s soundtrack.
Ernie Hudson co-stars in Warner Bros presentation of Doonby, with John Schneider, arrives in theaters and VOD November 1, 2013
*Ernie Hudson, best known for his characters in Ghostbusters and Congo, co-stars in an independent spellbinding thriller Doonby starring John Schneider (Smallville, Dukes of Hazzard) as Sam Doonby a detached stranger who seems to always be around to prevent disaster. Hudson plays the owner of Leroy’s Country and Blues Bar, where Doonby is the local celebrity.
“Doonby is an intriguing story and takes a couple of unexpected turns,” said Ernie Hudson about the Rated PG film. “There’s something about him (Doonby), so I give him a job. My character came up during the 70’s met a girl and didn’t want to travel any more so he settled down and opened a night club…he loves his wife too.”
The Riverhouse Entertainment production also stars Will Wallace (Tree of Life), Robert Davi (Die Hard) and Jenn Gotzon (Hulk). The film is written and directed by Irish filmmaker Peter Mackenzie. Jennifer O’Neill, Joe Estervez and Mark Joseph also appear in the film.
Ernie is a veteran actor whose credits go back as far as the early ‘80s when he co-starred in Penitentiary II, “The Dukes of Hazzard,” “The A-Team”, “Fantasy Island,” and recent credits include Miss Congeniality, Heros, The Crow, HBO’s Oz, “Stargate SG-1,” Transformers: Primal, The Ron Clark Story, “Law & Order,” and “Modern Family.”
You can watch the trailer or get more information about the Warner Bros presentation Doonby by logging onto www.DoonbyTheMovie.com.
Alexandra Dilworth is Bravo’s ‘The New Atlanta,’ airs on Tuesdays at 10 p.m.
*“Since I was a little girl people would say Alex you are such a character you should be on television. So when this opportunity came I jumped on it,” said Alexandra Dilworth star of the new Bravo reality show “The New Atlanta,” which also stars Emily Lipman Dish.
The show follows single upcoming entrepreneurs in Atlanta who are doing big things.
“We are young upcoming. There are not many people in their early 20s that you hear about doing big things. My business is the hipster clothing line called Generation E – E stands for three different things: electric with the glow, epic with the rave and exclusive the custom made.”
Her clothing line also offers accessories such as gloves. Dilworth holds a Bachelor in Psychology and an Associate degree in Health. The online boutique identifies its line as electronic dance music (EDM) and hipster lifestyle designs.
The Bravo reality show, “The New Atlanta,” is the brainchild of Mona-Scott Young CEO of Monami Entertainment the home of Grammy Award winning artist Missy Elliott and VH1’s “Love & Hip-Hop.” Its premiere in September, 2013 attracted over a million views.
“I want to speak out about ‘trophy wives’,” Alex added at the end of the interview. “I want to speak up for women who want the traditional roles.”
Check Alex Dilworth out on Bravo’s “The New Atlanta” and get to know her yourself or log onto www.Bravo.com/The-New-Atlanta for more information.
(Syndicated Columnist: Eunice Moseley, has an estimated weekly readership of over ¼ million with The Pulse of Entertainment – she is also a Public Relations/Business Management consultant. www.FreelanceAssociatesInc.com, www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com, www.UpliftingMinds2.com).