Wendy Shepherd “Online Media guru “is the Queen to these Saints !
By: Jim Lavoie
Coming later this week I will be posting an interview with Wendy Shepherd an on line media specialist. One that is entrusted with safeguarding/protecting her clients from pretenders, posers and outright cons. What the reader will hear/see is the genuine thing. With clients like the immensely popular Boondock Saints in tow, her on line work is heavily in demand
“on line media”:” I’ve been using that term a lot lately. It basically sums up the on line presence of designing an official website, doing official social networks, on line outreach for publicity (interviews, news submissions)”
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Charlie Sheen Tiger Blood Intern Competition :
In addition to all her ongoing on line media work Wendy took the time to enter the Charlie Sheen Tiger Blood Intern contest. 80,000 people entered and Wendy was one of 250 people left in the competition. She is now out of the competition but will talk to us about about it during the interview. My personal viewpoint , based on her skills and experience, is Wendy is totally overqualified for an Intern Position !
Web Site Links: for Wendy Shepherd
An in depth blog with The Lilac Affair ! (Fredericton , New Brunswick, Canada)
The Lilac Affair describes their style as being Folk/Jazz/Indie/Gypsie Rock/Pop but in reality includes so many variables it is outside definition or category. The most important component is the cauldron of musical influences that is brewed up in the sweet sounds of The Lilac Affair!
The powerhouse vocals of “Pretty Bird” Lily Claire will shake the house to its rafters or bring it to a whisper with a haunting ballad. Grooved by the drumming styles of Mike Allain , the driving bass of Mark Winchester (formerly of Vetch) and strong lead guitar by Chris F. Giles “The Lilac Affair” sound is special. They are at the start of what will be a special affair and you will want to be part of the ride. Enjoy !
Note they have had their latest mastered at “Abby Road ” in England and the sound is sweet!