Showcasing the entertainment talent that runs deep in her family, 11-year-old multi-talented singer, dancer and actress, Ashleigh Hackett releases her fourth single – an original new dance-pop song, “On and On and On” and debuts a new website. Along with her new EDM record, Ashleigh releases a ballad remix of her second single, “Can You Feel It.”
With its first line being “Home for the holidays,” the 40-year-old Kenny Loggins/ Bob James song “Celebrate Me Home” became one more pop item to join the ranks of those pieces that qualify as seasonal fare by accident or design.
Honoring her mother, composer Aurora Miller, who passed away earlier this year, singer/songwriter Lisa Dawn Miller remakes the Stevie Wonder classic holiday hit, “Everyone’s A Kid At Christmas Time,” written by her mother and her father, legendary songwriter Ron Miller. Lisa teams up with both of her children, 16-year-old actor/singer Oliver Richman and 10-year-old dancer/singer Ashleigh Hackett, for the first time in the new holiday release and music video.
Veteran producer/singer/songwriter Lisa Dawn Miller has teamed with her son, 15-year-old actor and recording artist Oliver Richman, on “Today” – a poignant, soaring ballad that marks the artists’ first ever recorded vocal collaboration. The song is now available on iTunes and Amazon.
Stevie Wonder originally recorded Ron Millers’ ballad “Heaven Help Us All” back in 1970 for Motown Records’ Tamla imprint. The version presented here is delicately reinterpreted for another generation by Oliver Richman, Ron’s grandson.
Carrying the torch of the late, legendary songwriter, Ron Miller, is his own multi-talented grandson, Oliver Richman(www.oliverrichman.com) who is releasing a special 50th Anniversary EP, “For Once In My Life” honoring the legacy of his grandfather who passed away in 2007. The four-track EP is now available on iTunes and Amazon.
In 1970, legendary Motown songwriter Ron Miller penned the song, “Heaven Help Us All,” becoming one of Stevie Wonder’s first major hits. Now, Miller’s grandson, 14-year-old singer and multi-talented performer Oliver Richman, releases a new recording and music video for a new generation.
Berry Gordy Jr., founder of Motown Records, wrote, “Ron Miller, an artist like you does not only come ‘For Once in My Life,’ but for once, period. You will be missed by your Motown family and by all of those you touched along your wonderful journey through life. Your music will live forever and ever.”