PopImpressKA Journal at THE TEDDY SMITH ROCK'N RADIO REQUEST/TALK SHOW with Joe Vulpis, Pop Coulture and Courtney Rau

PopImpressKA Journal at the The Teddy Smith Rock'n Radio Music/Talk Show with our host Teddy Smith with Joe Vulpis/CEO and Founder of AP Music Group www.apmusicgroup.com and two amazing artists Courtney Rau?Country Singer and Pop Coulture from London.
Pop Coulture, Courtney Rau, Joe Vulpis and Olga Papkovitch/CEO & Founder of PopImpressKA are Being interviewed by Teddy Smith.
PopImpressKA Journal also took an interview from Courtney, Joe and Pop Coulture , video interview is on the way , our video archive also will go to London to impress Pop Coulture fans and will be a part of  Pop Coulture documentary diary in NYC, thank u to our writer Karynne Summars and Jared Chayut for being part of this production , and a big shout to Kenny Lupo
THE TEDDY SMITH ROCK'N RADIO REQUEST/TALK SHOW
EVERY MONDAY NITE 8:00PM -9:00PM and Rebroadcast @ 2:00 www.wpat930am.com
Joe Vulpis/CEO & Founder AP Music Group
P.O.P. Coulture:
From an early age Pop Coulture has been wowing the music scene with his unique sound and looks. Starting out by performing at local clubs and bars he has built up such a large fanbase in such a short amount of time. His thoroughly entertaining shows make him a must-see artist and will guarantee you an amazing night out. His outgoing personality makes him a brilliant artist to work with. 
His influences include:
Lady Gaga, Bonnie Tyler, Grace Jones, David Bowie and Freddie Mercury.
Pop Coulture is currently working with Joe Vulpis (www.apmusicgroup.com) whom has worked with Stefani Germanotta (Lady Gaga) and Toni Braxton.
Courtney Rau/ Country Singer
Official Facebook Page for Courtney Rau. Follow Courtney on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CourtneyyRau
Much like Leann Rimes, Hunter Hayes and Taylor Swift, Courtney Rau got her start in music at a very early age singing and performing for family and friends. With some help from the requisite piano, guitar and voice lessons, the Courtney Sound started to mold into the artist we hear today.
Courtney was always in charge, preferring to play by ear to the dismay of the Russian piano teacher hired by her parents while the family lived abroad in India and England. When her father’s job as an engineering executive finally settled the family in Washington DC, Courtney began performing in the school choir and theater productions. At the same time she discovered her love for writing poetry she begin to channel her poems into songs. As an eighth grader, Courtney showed such a propensity for writing and singing that her parents brought her to Nashville to pursue her musical dream. She began writing songs with renowned writers including Jamie O’Neal, Keith and Adrian Follese, Jim Cooper, and Tommy Collier. With her family balancing their time between living in DC and Florida, Courtney found plenty of material and inspiration for her songs. Courtney’s song-writing has been influenced by top country vocalists from Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift to Garth Brooks and Lonestar— a band her father loved and whose music always brought up fond, warm memories of home for Courtney. One of her first singles, “After the Storm,” was directly inspired by the Carrie Underwood smash “Blown Away.” It’s hard to believe lyrically and vocally that After the Storm was created and performed by someone as young as Courtney. The vocals are reminiscent of Avril Lavigne, with a sultry sweet tone that matches the lyrics perfectly. While Courtney had been recording and releasing prolifically, it wasn’t until she began working with producer/songwriter Joe Vulpis on her latest EP that her style and her uniqueness of sound came full circle. In a collection of tunes her blending country - pop with some street edge, the Courtney Sound was born. Her new EP showcases Courtney’s enchanting mix of sparkling youth, tempered with the depth and maturity of a singer well beyond her years.
Tunes on this EP produced by Vulpis, range from Click, a foot tapping, sing along, feel good song about knowing you just clicked with that special someone, to the hope and excitement of new love of In That Moment, to the soulful ballad of keeping love alive with After the Storm, to the upbeat live in the moment anthem of One More Time and finally the you go girl sass of Shake.
Even more surprising is all this big sound is from a girl just doing her thing, balancing the demands of high school with her passion for singing, writing and performing. Courtney’s star is definitely on the rise!
PopImpressKA Journal
THE TEDDY SMITH ROCK'N RADIO REQUEST/TALK SHOW
EVERY MONDAY NITE 8:00PM -9:00PM and Rebroadcast @ 2:00 www.wpat930am.com

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