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PJ Parker

In Memory of
Coleman Mellett

Coleman Mellett, my wonderful guitarist on “Dreams Are Meant For Two,” tragically lost his life in the Continental Express plane crash outside of Buffalo, N.Y. on Thursday, February 12, 2009. Please visit the “Dreams” band's tribute to Coleman on my website, pjparker.net.

PJ Partners with the SPCA:

PJ will donate half of her proceeds from the 99-cent download of her single “Dreams Are Meant For Two” to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals. This is a great way for jazz and animal lovers to show their support for great music and a very worthwhile organization. Purchases can be made from the Store link at PJ's Web site: www.pjparker.net, or from the CD's page at Amazon.com's MP3 store.

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