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SOURCE Read With Max, LLC
TROY, Mich., Sept. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Get ready to raise your paws up, wag your tail, sing and dance with Max. Max and Anthony M.T. Majewski announce their first children's CD "Sing with Max," with the help of several award winning writers, composers, and artists addressing social issues like reading a book, anti-bullying, fitting in, dogs who help those disabled, eating healthy, and moving.
If you are not familiar with Max, he is an award winning children's book author and dog of the "Read With Max" book series who tells stories from a canine's perspective.
Center Sound Records, Inc. of Raleigh, North Carolina, signed Max to their music label and his songs have achieved the #1 ranking nationally and #1 globally for children's artist, and #113 all genres among three million music artists on Reverbnation.com.
Produced by Emmy nominated Composer Craig Brandywine and Anthony M.T. Majewski songs on the album include:
"Read A Book" (Pop) 1 in 5 people are illiterate and Max's anthem for reading.
"Dogs Move Too" (Pop) The average person moves 11.7 times and inspired from Max children's book "Dogs Move Too."
"Tell Me" (Country) Children question if they fit in and this song encourages you to figure out how to best to fit in and be accepted.
"Cooking is Fun" (Pop) Obesity being a major social issue among children and this catchy song is about cooking and eating healthy.
"Everyone's your Friend" (Electric/Pop) At least 10 percent of children are bullied regularly and this song will bring further awareness about anti-bullying.
"Look At Me Now" (Children's Lullaby) Thousands of dogs work and help those with disabilities. The song is dedicated to puppy raisers who help raise dogs for the disabled.
"Max The Dog Saves Christmas" (Light Blues) Every year Santa delivers presents to children around the world, but I bet you never knew that Rudolf the Reindeer got sick on one Christmas eve. Santa called Max, a dog, who would help him on Christmas Eve, and now the rest is all history.
Artists on album include Marissa Begin, Keaton Lusk, Sarah Copley, Mary Brandwynne, John Coleman Demers and Roxanna Demers; co-star singers and actors from the Emmy nominated television show The Rusty Buck Kids. Roxanna Demers is also the recipient of the 2013 Carolina Youth Country / Pop music artist of the year award.
Writers for the songs include: Emmy nominated writer Craig Brandwynne, Marissa Begin, Gene P. Lawrence of Double Star Music LLC, Nicholas Bagwell, Keaton Lusk, Mike Grant and Anthony M.T. Majewski.
Engineers: Craig Brandwynne, Nicholas Bagwell & Keaton Lusk, and Jake Ross (Tell Me)
Drums - Austin Hillhouse, Mat Ashley, and Kamron Lusk
Cover Design: Julie Majewski
Max's Twitter Account: http://www.Twitter.com/Maxs_Books
Max's Facebook Fan Page: http://www.Facebook.com/ReadWithmax
Max's Reverbnation Page: http://www.reverbnation.com/ReadWithmaxMusic
Max's Official Read With Max Website: http://www.ReadWithmax.com
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