Grammy Pro

As the preeminent organization for musicians, producers, engineers and other music professionals, our mission is to advance artistic and technical excellence, work to ensure a vital and free creative environment, and act as an advocate on behalf of music and its makers.

SESAC, Inc. is a performing rights organization with headquarters in Nashville and offices in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami and London. SESAC’s corporate headquarters in the heart of Nashville’s Music Row houses all of the company’s divisions, from creative to licensing to administration. The company also has offices in New York, London, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Miami.

Stephen L. Melillo3

Stephen Melillo is an ASCAP Concert Awards recipient each year since 1992, Composer Stephen Melillo’s more than 1118 works include 4 symphonies, several concerti and over 30-hours of Music for “Ensembles of the 3rd Millennium™.” Winner of three 2009 Telly and Ava Awards for his 2005 Visualized Concert: Kakehashi: THAT WE MIGHT LIVE, Stephen’s concert-version was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in Music. His 14 feature film scores include the Academy-Award-nominated 12:01PM.  With 23 CDs and 6 books on iTunes, and simply by word-of-mouth, Stephen’s pioneering, self-publishing entity known as STORMWORKS has gone from 0 to many thousands of worldwide renderings since 1992. STORMWORKS begins with SON of the STORM, a contemporary opera soon to be released.See more at: https://www.stephenmelillo.com

By Barbara Swanson
From the war-torn streets of London to the exotic shores of the Orient, this is one woman's extraordinary story: an emotional rollercoaster that sweeps the reader along on a breathless voyage through her turbulent life. Bombs and doodlebugs; cruelty and heartache; sultans, snakes, Sikhs; spies, sailors and ships; ex-pats and alcohol and wild, wild parties; love, betrayal, near-terminal illnesses; an angel, three witches and numerous ghosts – they are all included in this searingly honest, sometimes heartbreaking, often hilarious memoir.
Blackboard Fiction Publishing