Crystal Tones Music & Koch Entertainment Launch New Crystal Bowl Music Genre & Compilation CD 3/13/07
A new and exciting genre of healing and feeling music is launched by Crystal Tones Music, Steven Machat and Koch Entertainment including CD release of crystal bowl music with well-known and emerging musicians combining crystal bowls and didgeridoos with the musicians' unique sounds. Artists include Steven Halpern, Jonathan Goldman and new talent Life In Balance, UK rock performer Patrick Duff and Skip Ewing (Chodra). This music is endorsed by Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Mitchell Gaynor.
The crystal singing bowl compilation introduces new artists Life In Balance and British rock performer Patrick Duff, country music artist Skip Ewing (Chodra) and other unique international talent. Renowned musician and sound pioneer Steven Halpern and vocal harmonics visionary Jonathan Goldman combine their famous talents with the crystal bowl frequencies on their tracks. Dr. Mitchell Gaynor of Strang-Cornell Department of Integrative Medicine participates in the compilation project with his unique alchemy bowl meditation track.
Machat notes, "Playing crystal bowls allows people of all cultures to express themselves with the bowls as primary instruments, sharing their interpretations of melodies and rhythms that heal." Machat is a well-known entertainment and music producer who has worked in entertainment capitals of the pop world—LA, New York, London—and has championed the new genre of crystal singing bowls music with Jones and Utz.
The Crystal Tones Music following includes professional counselors, doctors, holistic therapists, musicians and individuals, and Doctors Andrew Weil, Mitchell Gaynor and Deepak Chopra. Crystal Tones Music offers state-of-the-art recording studios, a special distribution partnership and worldwide media exposure/tours for established and emerging artists.
Utz says, "Through Steve Machat's visionary direction and the mega distribution capabilities of Koch Entertainment, we have bridged healing and feeling music to mainstream listeners." And Jones adds, "The extraordinary sounds of crystal singing bowls and crystal didgeridoos as "new instruments" have complemented and integrated traditional and new music genres. Crystal singing bowl music has opened up worldwide potential for enhanced sound therapy."
For additional information, contact Giovanna Melchiorre, Koch Entertainment, 212-353-8800 x257 or Joan Vann, Crystal Tones Music, at 800-358-9492 or 520-409-8439.
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Joan Vann, Publicist
Giovanna Melchiorre, VP Koch Records, 212-353-8800 x 257