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MEDIA ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MAY 2008

LAS VEGAS, NV—Bilingual and bicultural singing sensation Veronica Lopez, known as “Chaparita” in her hometown of Las Vegas, is celebrating the re-release of her widely acclaimed, “La Gloria de America” newly titled “America’s Glory, The Anthem”. Backed by a 20 plus piece orchestra, Lopez performs an impressive rendition of her heartfelt ballad in a manner befitting the song which has come to be known as the ‘Immigrant’s Anthem.’ Written as a tribute to her father, Lopez pays homage to immigrants of all nationalities who come to America, struggle but maintain hope and determination, and ultimately pave the way for their children and grandchildren to pursue their dreams. She has performed this ballad for national audiences at government events and rallies, most recently in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles.

“America’s Glory, The Anthem” was arranged and co-produced by Lopez, along with famed composer, musician, singer and arranger Sergio Alberti. At a young age, Alberti, a highly skilled trumpet player and pianist, moved from Mexicali to Mexico City to arrange musical scores for a 45-piece orchestra, gaining him fame as one of the youngest and most talented arrangers in Mexico. He later accepted the position as showroom conductor at the elegant Princess Hotel in Acapulco, and continued to produce jingles for television and radio commercials until his move to the United States. In the past decade, as musical director for Las Vegas headliners, Alberti was encouraged to showcase his own talents as concert pianist, trumpet player and extraordinary vocalist.

The accompanying music video, co-produced by Lopez and Mexican-American talent, Art Zapata, takes the viewer on a visual journey that will touch hearts and bring a new level of interest to “America’s Glory, The Anthem”. Zapata, a screenwriter, director and movie producer. Together with Emre Korkmaz, Zapata has maintained involvement in diverse projects in the film industry.

The re-release of “America’s Glory, The Anthem” coincides with Lopez’s performance at the first Las Vegas Latin Music Awards on Sunday, June 1, 2008. Nominated in four categories, this petite Latina singer with the colossal voice will perform a medley of her original Latin tunes, concluding with this featured song. Long considered a crossover singer and songwriter in both markets, Lopez has been nominated for the four Awards: “Best Regional Mexican Performer-Female”; “Latin Music’s Rising Star”; “Best Latin Pop Music Performer”; and “Best Recorded CD”. Lopez’s extensive range, style and passion for her craft have been compared to that of popular vocalist Edie Gorme and the late Tejano singing sensation, Selena. Lopez has released two CDs, “Corazon de Oro,” comprised of traditional Spanish music; and “Chisme” (translated “Gossip”), a more diverse mix of Mexican Cumbias, Nortena, Rancheras, Banda, Baladas, and Mariachi, both of which have received significant recognition.

For more information on “America’s Glory, The Anthem” Project write to: Americasgloryproject@yahoo.com

- MEDIA ADVISORY


Winds blowing wind-chimes, a strumming guitar and the sound of a penny whistle introduce the listener to Veronica Lopez. In this story of the homeless trying to survive from day to day the artist would like to "Just Imagine" what this world would be like if we all just reached out and helped.

Honesty and commitment to worthy issues is very important to Lopez. All of her creations are concocted out of a need to help make things better, whether it be the homeless, faithless, or under-appreciated. "Take Me Away" is a Contemporary Christian piece accented with a tasteful acoustic guitar accent. The latin flavor is evident but, gently. Starting with real prayer, "Prayer" has a soft easy flowing tempo. Lopez's vocals are sung with heart and conviction. She delivers with optimism and hope. Again, the Spanish style acoustic guitar flutters between the vocals. Strings finish the arrangement out nicely. Veronica shows off her Mariachi style, sung in Spanish, "Corazon de Oro", "Chaparito Peligroso" and "Chisme". Lopez sounds extremely comfortable in this realm. This is her background, and it is obvious that this is her strength. Even her voice sounds like she's home on these songs. The beautifully arranged "The Christmas Miracle" is a song obviously made for this particular holiday season. It is true to the feeling and a song I could hear on a "Hallmark Hall Of Fame" movie soundtrack. Sweet and saccharine but, with the right amount of seasonal soul. It's classically produced and arranged.In "America's Glory" Veronica thanks America for allowing her immigrant father to land on this soil and become a part of it.

Hard work and dedication led to a family of immigrants turned Americans. It's a syrupy ballad but it is straight from her soul...and Veronica Lopez, you're welcome and ...thank you. Veronica's vocals are crystal clear and true to her compositions. Christian radio and family entertainment production companies should take a listen for a placement.Whether she sings in English or Spanish Veronica Lopez has something to say with an accent on the positive. Discography "Reflections" 2007 "Chisme" 2005"Corazon de Oro" 2004 View and listen to Veronica Lopez at http://www.veronicalopez.net and of course as always, http://sonicbids.com/VeronicaLopez4...and isn't every artist on myspace?
John Tenting - World Voice Reports (Nov 15, 2007)

- World Voice Reports


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 27, 2009

* * * MEDIA ALERT * * * MEDIA ALERT* * *

VERONICA LOPEZ RELEASE OF “LOCA” THE PATSY CLINE HIT “CRAZY” IN SPANISH RECEIVES AIRPLAY

LAS VEGAS, NV--Bilingual singing sensation, and multi-award winning performer, Veronica Lopez, has achieved the ultimate crossover notoriety by re-releasing the Patsy Cline hit, “Crazy” in Spanish, and receiving immediate airplay for the song “Loca” on Texas radio station KEDA. Written in 1961 by Willie Nelson, “Crazy” was picked up by “First Lady of Country Music,” Patsy Cline later that same year, and became her signature tune. The ballad with its complex melody suits the crossover jazz, pop, country style of Lopez, who sounds amazingly like Cline, as she brings an American classic to her Latino audience.

Long considered a crossover singer/songwriter in both markets, Lopez has previously released CDs in Spanish and English, in the latter, crossing genres of adult contemporary, country, r & b and pop. The petite Latina singer with the colossal voice has been recognized internationally for her ballad, “America’s Glory” which appeared on the 2009 Grammy ballot for “Song of the Year.” The Latin version, “La Gloria de America,” is on the 2009 Latin Grammy ballot for “Song of the Year” and Lopez is up for a Latin Grammy in the “Best New Artist” category.

Lopez’s extensive range, style and passion for her craft have been compared to that of popular vocalist Edie Gorme and the late Tejano singing sensation, Selena. This dynamic singer will be touring the United States later this summer, with scheduled appearances in Texas and Florida, promoting her original Latin music, as well as this most recent release. Visit her on the web at www.veronicalopez.net .

For More Information & Bookings Contact:
Lucille DiPietro Star, J.D. & CEO
Star Entertainment Worldwide
(877) 264-8255 / (702) 563-2793
LStarAgency@yahoo.com



- LO4 RECORDS


Discography

Newest Release "Mas Chisme" 2010

America's Glory, The Anthem 2008
English CD "Refections" due out 2007
Spanish CD "Chisme"2005
Spanish CD "Corazon de Oro"2004

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Latin recording artist, Veronica Lopez, is affectionately called “Chaparita” for her diminutive stature, charismatic personality and colossal voice. Since the age of 7, when Lopez began singing Mariachi style music at her family’s restaurant in the San Fernando Valley, CA she has performed around the world at cultural events, fairs, festivals, rallies, corporate functions and private parties.

Lopez’s extensive range, style and passion for her craft have been compared to that of popular vocalist Edie Gorme and the late Tejano singing sensation, Selena. Her ability to touch the hearts of both English and Spanish speaking fans has drawn attention to Lopez as a talented cross-over singer/songwriter in both markets.

The most widely requested song during Lopez’s live performances, also on the “Chisme” CD is “Gloria de America” (translated “America’s Glory”). Performed for national audiences, even prior to its CD release, this song is recognized as the “Immigrant’s Anthem.” Written as a tribute to her father, Lopez pays homage to immigrants of all nationalities who come to America, struggle but maintain hope and determination, and ultimately pave the way for their children and grandchildren to pursue their dreams. Lopez’s performance of this ballad received wide acclaim before thousands at the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride in Washington, D.C. and most recently during an immigrant rally for an audience of over 500,000 in Los Angeles, CA.

In 2007, Lopez added Inspirational music to her repertoire of singing, songwriting, and acting.

Veronica is also highly regarded for performing “The National Anthem” for cultural, community and sporting events nationwide. Her ability to touch the hearts of both English and Spanish speaking fans has drawn attention to her talent as a crossover singer/songwriter in both markets.

In 2010, Veronica released "Mas Chisme" and doing a promotional tour across the USA, for more information please visit her site www.veronicalopez.net

MOST RECENT PRESS RELEASE-
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 27, 2009

* * * MEDIA ALERT * * * MEDIA ALERT* * *

VERONICA LOPEZ RELEASE OF “LOCA” THE PATSY CLINE HIT “CRAZY” IN SPANISH RECEIVES AIRPLAY

LAS VEGAS, NV--Bilingual singing sensation, and multi-award winning performer, Veronica Lopez, has achieved the ultimate crossover notoriety by re-releasing the Patsy Cline hit, “Crazy” in Spanish, and receiving immediate airplay for the song “Loca” on Texas radio station KEDA. Written in 1961 by Willie Nelson, “Crazy” was picked up by “First Lady of Country Music,” Patsy Cline later that same year, and became her signature tune. The ballad with its complex melody suits the crossover jazz, pop, country style of Lopez, who sounds amazingly like Cline, as she brings an American classic to her Latino audience.

Long considered a crossover singer/songwriter in both markets, Lopez has previously released CDs in Spanish and English, in the latter, crossing genres of adult contemporary, country, r & b and pop. The petite Latina singer with the colossal voice has been recognized internationally for her ballad, “America’s Glory” which appeared on the 2009 Grammy ballot for “Song of the Year.” The Latin version, “La Gloria de America,” is on the 2009 Latin Grammy ballot for “Song of the Year” and Lopez is up for a Latin Grammy in the “Best New Artist” category.

Lopez’s extensive range, style and passion for her craft have been compared to that of popular vocalist Edie Gorme and the late Tejano singing sensation, Selena. This dynamic singer will be touring the United States later this summer, with scheduled appearances in Texas and Florida, promoting her original Latin music, as well as this most recent release. Visit her on the web at www.veronicalopez.net .

For More Information & Bookings Contact:
Lucille DiPietro Star, J.D. & CEO
Star Entertainment Worldwide
(877) 264-8255 / (702) 563-2793
LStarAgency@yahoo.com