"A Long Way Off" Distribution Deal and Release Date Announced
22 Feb 14
"A Long Way Off", featuring sound design and music by Center Sound, will be released on June 3rd by Word Films. The film is a modern day prodigal son story featuring Jason Burkey, Robert Davi, John Diehl, Edie McClurg and Sean Hannity.
In this 2000-year-old story, Jacob leaves the family farm, shunning his father’s religious and business ethics, to strike out on his own in the big city, poised to conquer the world in his own way—on his terms. Surprised that his father actually obliges his request for an early inheritance, Jacob sets out for his own idea of fortune and fame, and proceeds to spend millions of dollars living the high life—only to find it come crashing down and learning vital life lessons, coming back a humbled, appreciative son, finally ready to reconcile with both his earthly and Heavenly Father.Read More...
Christa Wells' "A Long Way Off" video debuts
12 Feb 14
Center Sound is proud to announce the release of the official music video of the theme song from the film "A Long Way Off" Now on Vimeo; The song was co-written and produced by Craig Brandwynne and Christa Wells. Performed by Christa Wells, engineer: Nicholas Bagwell.
The film is due out on Father's Day.
Read With Max - New Video & Mom's Choice Awards®
03 Feb 14
The official music video for Sarah Copley's "Everyone's Your Friend", from the award-winning Sing With Max children's CD, brings awareness and support for anti-bullying.
Also, The Mom's Choice Awards® has named “SING WITH MAX” CD by Center Sound Records, Inc. among the best in family friendly media, products and services by awarding them with silver medal in Audio Experiences: Ages 3 – 10. Read the press release HERE.
Center Sound Records' Ryan K. Hamlin Releases Video for "Virginia"
17 Dec 13
Virginia is a song that I wrote for victims of domestic violence and child abuse. This film was created to bring awareness to these issues, and so that it could be a message of hope to people in abusive relationships.
I know it can be difficult to separate from someone we've formed an emotional bond with, and sometimes we believe the lie that it's our fault, or that we can change their behavior. It's easy to make excuses for the ones we love. It's even easier to blame ourselves. But you don't deserve to be treated this way, and you do have a choice.
Don't be a victim, and don't let your loved ones be victims either. If you even suspect that someone close to you is being abused, call your local authorities help put an end to domestic violence.
Sing With Max wins Mom's Choice Awards® Silver
11 Dec 13
Congratulations to Max
for his 2013 Mom's Choice Awards®
Silver in the Audio Experiences category.
"Max The Dog Saves Christmas" to Benefit Kids On The Go
17 Nov 13
Children's Charity Kids On The Go to Benefit from New Holiday Song Release "Max The Dog Saves Christmas"
Read With Max, LLC announces the release of Max's new holiday Christmas song "Max The Dog Saves Christmas" from his recently released children's CD "Sing With Max." This album has earned the Dove Foundation's highest honor "Family Approved" for all ages seal of approval and has also been submitted for a Grammy nomination.Read more...
Center Sound's "Sing With Max" Receives The Dove Foundation's Highest Honor
13 Nov 13
Read With Max, LLC is excited to announce it was awarded the Dove Seal of Approval for its first childrens music CD "Sing With Max."
Leave it to a dog to help support the arts in schools, fight social issues, and promote literacy. Produced by Craig Brandwynne and Anthony M.T. Majewski the "Sing with Max" album and songs were written and inspired from the Award Winning Children's Books Series "Read With Max" written from a dog's prospective addressing events that parents and children can relate to in their lives. Read more...