San Francisco, CA, July 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Bay Area rap/jazz/fusion ensemble COPUS has entered "King Solomon Dreadlock" in the indie music contest hosted by CDBaby and IndabaMusic. COPUS – an acronym for Creation Of Peace Under Stars – is compelled to present positive lyrics and beautiful melodies for listeners eager to rise out of the muck of political and personal selfishness into a higher level of consciousness. “King Solomon Dreadlock” is the story of King Solomon, the Queen of Sheba, and all of our ancestors who asked of themselves the hard questions which led them to becoming better human beings. Something we all must do – especially today.
“COPUS could become legendary if given the opportunity to thrive,” MusicDish CEO Michael Allison wisely stated. Formed in the late 1990s by spoken word artist/poet Royal Kent and award-winning composer Wendy Loomis, COPUS also includes flutist Monica Williams, bassist Patrick Mahon and percussionist Greg Doxey. The ensemble has performed in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Nashville, Boston, and Western Massachusetts.
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The contest is primarily voter based. Closing date is July 17, 2012. So, don't delay and cast your vote today! COPUS is currently #572 out of 2,076 entries. You can help COPUS to reach #1. Listen to “Solomon Dreadlock” and cast your vote at the CopusMusic.com website.