Long Beach, California (PressExposure) August 04, 2011 -- In celebration of the third hit single from her award-winning album, "Days Like These," country artist Sandra Piller brings her full band to Shoreline Village, the entertainment and party spot for Southern California. The music from Sandra Piller and her band will run from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 13.
"You can see us in three full sets," Piller states with a smile, "at two, three, and four p.m." Among the songs Piller will perform will be her current hit, "Fixin' to Fall," which is moving upward on both the Music Row and New Music Weekly charts, plus her two recent hit songs, "I Cross That Bridge" and the album's title track.
"It's been a great time putting together a fun show," Piller says, "with songs from my latest album and some exciting songs that were first made famous by other artists, like Christine McVie's 'Say You Love Me,' which was a hit for Fleetwood Mac."
Named New Music Weekly's 2010 Country Female Artist of the Year, Piller is joined by music director and keyboardist Loren Gold, whose credits include work on the national tours for Mandy Moore, Kelly Clarkson, the Dancing With the Stars touring show, and the American Idol live shows.
Sandra Piller's third album, "Days Like These," released this year on Shady Hill Records, was recorded at "Cowboy" Jack Clement's studio in Nashville. The album's dozen tracks were produced by Jane Bach (writer of hits for Reba McEntire, JoDee Messina and others) and Executive Producer Clement (producer of hits for Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and a host of other country legends). The "Days Like These" album is available on iTunes, Amazon, and all the usual places for physical and digital distribution, with promotion and marketing headed by Harvey Cooper, former head of 20th Century Fox Records.
Shoreline Village is at Rainbow Harbor in Long Beach, and offers a wide variety of entertainment for the entire family. From shopping to sightseeing, from arcade attractions to photo opportunities, and from snacks to fine dining, the complex is a festive destination for locals and tourists alike.
Shoreline Village is easy to find at the south end of Interstate 710 (Long Beach Freeway). Parking for two hours is $1.00 with validation after a minimum purchase at any Shoreline Village shop or restaurant. In addition to the Aquabus water taxi, there is a free shuttle bus service every 12 minutes connecting Shoreline Village to the downtown area, Aquarium of the Pacific, all major hotels, The Queen Mary and the Metro Blue Line.
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