PAGES DECLARES ARL SEASON 1 "A SUCCESS"

First of 2-page spread just published about ARLThe final episode of Season 1 of “Abbey Ridge Live” was just released two weeks ago.  The eighth ARL features singer/songwriter Shevonne and the Bad Boys.  She was a contestant on this year’s final season of “American Idol.”
 
Season 1 of “Abbey Ridge Live” consisted of six episodes after having been preceded by two pilot episodes.
 
“I’m very pleased with where the show has come to,” said ARL Executive Producer Dominick Pages, who owns Crystal Blue Sound Studios, where the show is filmed.  “I felt like a proud father watching his child as post-production was finishing on this final episode.
 
“We’ve had a nice mix of solo acts, duos, bands, males, females, and genres,” Pages continued.  “I know the show will only continue to grow and improve.  It’s just a natural progression.  But, Season 1 was certainly a success.”
 
He went on to emphasize the importance of HD multi-camera, multi-track pro audio productions as a vital means of marketing on social media as well as connecting with promoters and agents in the live entertainment circles. Pages went on to say that the first season was also “great in terms of media attention and the connections not only that we developed, but, more importantly, the connections that the guests made with one another, since ARL puts such an emphasis on collaboration as opposed to competition.”  (See the latest article about ARL in the media by clicking here and navigating to pages 26/27.)
 
Pages extended an invitation for performers who are interested in appearing on “Abbey Ridge Live” to make contact now regarding Season 2, noting that preference will be given to acts from Orlando and Sarasota, as “we’re looking to invigorate this whole triangle, not just the Tampa Bay area.”