Teen Pop Star Signs with Eclectic Media Productions
Eclectic Media Productions is pleased to announce the signing of teenage pop star, Morgan Bernard.
14-year old Morgan is an international sensation already. Fresh off an summer tour in Europe, Morgan has just released a new album , 'Give It All'.
Morgan's excitement at her joining Eclectic Media could not be contained, 'I am thrilled to be working with Shannon and his team to help promote 'Give It All'. I know that this relationship will be great and I look forward to seeing what comes next!'
Shannon Rose, President of Eclectic Media, states, 'When I heard Morgan's single, 'It Won't Be Perfect' I knew that she would be the perfect fit for our company.
Morgan Bernard's newest video, 'It Won't Be Perfect' can be seen by following this link:
Morgan Bernard is represented by Eclectic Media Productions a National PR Firm.
Eclectic Media Productions email@example.com
(347) 92-STARS or (347) 927-8277
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