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MOVE OVER, "AMERICAN IDOL," IN "KARAOKE CHRISTMAS ON THE RADIO," EVERYONE'S A WINNER!

 

EVEN AMERICAN IDOL'S "KELLYOKE" IS ONLY FOR THE FEW

WHILE MOZENA LAUNCHES "KARAOKE CHRISTMAS ON THE RADIO" FOR EVERYONE!

Carson, CA -- As the first winner of American Idol singer Kelly Clarkson comes to Irvine, CA August 1st, and "American Idol" launches its nationwide auditions for its sixth season, beginning in Los Angeles on August 8th, Steve Mozena announces the launch of "Karaoke Christmas on the Radio," which he believes will outstrip "Kellyoke" and "American Idol” and become an annual nationwide festival that will capture the hearts of Americans of all ages.

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and just as Mozena launches, from Carson, CA, "Karaoke Christmas on the Radio," on August 1 Kelly Clarkson comes to Irvine, CA, just down Interstate 405, with her "Kellyoke" act, in which a few pre-selected people are given a chance to sing a song and meet Kelly.

Who is copying whom here? Months ago Mozena wrote to the radio industry elite, including Ryan Seacrest, host of "American Idol," and Morning DJ at KIIS Radio, detailing his idea for “Karaoke Christmas on the Radio." Recently Mozena placed a huge ad for "Karaoke Christmas on the Radio" in Radio and Records, the radio industry's trade journal. Either there's some copying going on, or great minds think alike.

Mozena was inspired to create "Karaoke Christmas on the Radio" by the success of his Christmas CD, "Daddy's Christmas Songs" last year.

"Karaoke Christmas is for everyone," says Mozena. "It gives ordinary folk a chance to hear themselves and their friends and relatives singing Christmas songs on the radio. It will spread the Christmas spirit and bring a lot of joy to thousands and perhaps millions of people."

Steve continues, "Unlike in 'American Idol,' in which most people's dreams are shattered and some contestants are deliberately humiliated, in 'Karaoke Christmas on the Radio,' everyone is an Idol. It's fun for all, not just a few."

Steve has started the ball rolling with a "Karaoke Christmas on the Radio" CD sampler which contains his version of "Do You Hear What I Hear?" as well as his four-year-old daughter Arista singing "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star." An insert in the CD explains how to secure permission to use copyrighted works.

Mozena is currently selling his "Karaoke Christmas on the Radio" instructional CD to big box retailers, department stores, grocery stores, record stores and so forth. In addition, he continues to promote the idea to the major radio groups in the nation. He recently placed a large advertisement in Radio and Records (R & R), the trade journal for the radio industry. Now, all the management, staff and DJs at all radio stations across America know about "Karaoke Christmas on the Radio."

"This is how it works," says Mozena. "Promotions department of the radio stations will encourage listeners of all ages call-in, come in, or to send in CDs, mp3 files, USB drives, and cassette tapes of themselves singing original or classic Christmas songs for cash and/or prizes. These Christmas songs will then be played at Christmas, 2006."

"Who knows," says Steve, "maybe 'Karaoke Christmas on the Radio' will discover the next American Idol!"

PRESS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Contact: Steve Mozena, Tel. No.: 1-310-990-8398

 
 
 
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