Kristine Mills to release her original song “Silhouette” May 22 on CDBaby.com proceeds from the song will benefit the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation. This release of the single is in conjunction with the annual Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation dinner at Fleming’s Restaurant where Kristine will perform the song at the annual “Shades of Roses” event.
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Award-winning vocalist and songwriter, Kristine Mills along with lyricist, Brian Spack are proud to honor the life of Holly Harwood Skolkin’s and her courageous 15-year battle with breast cancer.
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On May 22, Kristine Mills, acclaimed and award-winning singer-songwriter in her native Houston releases her live recording of “Silhouette” (performed live in March on the KUFH/KUHA radio program “The Front Row”) on www.cdbaby.com/kristinemills1. All the proceeds from the download of this single will benefit the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation, a Houston- based charity that provides uninsured breast cancer patients with reconstructive surgery performed by celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose. This recording features Kristine Mills, vocals and guitar, Duke Ellington Orchestra’s, Tommy “TJ” James on piano and saxophonist, Shelley Carol, as well as, the stellar Houston-based rhythm section of David Craig on bass, and Vernon Daniels on drums. Special thanks to KUFH/ KUHA for generously donating this recording of “Silhouette” for use by the Foundation.
Since its inception in Houston, Texas, in 2005, the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation, in collaboration with Silhouette Artist Cindi Rose, Celebrity Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose and Tony Rotondo, CEO of the First Street Surgical Center, has helped breast cancer survivors, including women, men and children receive free reconstructive surgery. Its mission is to improve the emotional health of those with critical illness by providing free reconstruction, to both uninsured and under-insured individuals, of all ages and both sexes. Yearly, twelve to fifteen people receive free breast reconstruction from the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation. All the money donated goes directly to the patients, including their total hospital cost, all nurses, medicines and other doctors. Recently, the foundation has included non- human hair wigs, comfortable robes, pillows, permanent eyebrows and psychological support to those with critical sickness.
In March of 2012, the Rose Ribbon Foundation changed its name to the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation in honor of Cindi Rose‘s sister, Holly Harwood Skolkin, who had stage 4 cancer. Holly left this world, peacefully and with courage in February of this year.
Winner of the Houston Press Music Awards two years running — “Best Female Vocalist” in 2009, and “Best Songwriter” in 2010 – Kristine Mills is a newly minted 2012 Houston Arts Alliance Individual Arts Grant recipient. The prestigious grant will support the creation of her fourth CD recording, “As Yet Untitled,” featuring all-original songs, performed in studio by Kristine with some of Texas and New York’s A-list jazz and world musicians.
Kristine performs frequently with Tommy “TJ” James, the arranger, conductor and pianist of the Duke Ellington Orchestra. Kristine returns with James to the prestigious New York concert venue The Metropolitan Room on June 27, the scene of Kristine’s New York debut in February. Supported by a high-flying coterie of New York-based musicians Kristine plans on performing an all-original set of new songs including song from her upcoming cd, the Gold REMI award-winning soundtrack from “Collector’s Waltz” and featuring Concerts for City Greens Songwriting Contest semi-finalist “Patch of Green.”
Kristine’s new song, “Patch of Green,” is one of eight semifinalist songs going head to head this summer in the Concerts for City Greens Songwriting Contest in New York. Kristine will perform the song in its first public performance on June 20, as a featured guest of the free outdoor summer concert series. The contest’s jury includes Neil Sedaka, Amanda McBroom, Ann Hampton Callaway, the Tony-nominated composer Michael John LaChiusa, Today Show regular David Friedman, and the two-time Emmy- winning MTV Networks executive Matthew Parillo.
For media inquiries, please contact Kristine Mills at 713-449-2158 or Kristine@kristinemillsmusic.com
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