Spotlight Records is thrilled to announce the single release “Baby Girl” from the CD titled Kalysta, available everywhere. Baby Girl written by Dennis K Duff is a great country song about a momma concerned about her daughter’s choice of boyfriends
Nashville, Tennessee Sep 22, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Kalysta’s CD consists of 11 country songs selected by Kalysta from Walton, Kentucky in cooperation with her record label Spotlight Records of Zanesville, Ohio, and Nashville, Tennessee. Her producer for 8 of the songs presented was John Pineiro of Perfect Image Recording Nashville, Tennessee. Three (3) of the songs selected were produced at Studio Q Nashville by Gary Sadker. Recordings will be released to radio starting in late August.
Kalysta signed a recording contract with Spotlight Records at the age of 14, and she was placed into the hands of the career development director, James Bruce. Bruce has been a talent agent and manager for over 33 years. Now four years later, Kalysta’s dream is about to come true. She has completed her CD, which is about to be distributed to AM/FM and internet radio worldwide. The songs selected include country songs that the masses will like as suggested by Producers John Pineiro and Gary Sadker saying, “here we have selections for everybody.”
In 2015 Darrel Riggs, agent for Access Entertainment Group the parent company for Spotlight Records discovered Kalysta at a Winterfest Event near Cincinnati. Darrel suggested to James Bruce owner “that we consider her talent for future projects.” “She is an unbelievable talent for her age.”
About Spotlight Records
Spotlight Records is a full-service talent, recording, and production agency founded in 1995 as an independent professional service firm for independent musicians, singers, songwriters, bands, entertainers, and their buyers. The firm and its founder Jim Bruce have demonstrated expertise in booking, recordings, career development, consultation, marketing, publicity, and talent management.
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