Christine Ohlman - Venture Out! Magazine Online's Reader's Top Choice for 2010 Recording Artists

Christine Ohlman named VentureOut! Publication Top Recording Artists of 2010

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Since October of 2010 - our readers of Venture Out Magazine Online responded in our poll to choose "The Reader's Choice of  Top Recording Artists of the 21st Century". This is an honorable movement, especially when the Top Choice and Most Votes for 2010's Venture Out! is Christine Ohlman with top listener's reviews of the 2010 release of Christine Ohlman and Rebel Montez - "The Deep End"

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Christine Ohlman, lead vocals on the band for Saturday Night Live, known as "The Beehive Queen" spread the soul of her music through the thousands of her fans, growing to love her in voice, talent and performance. And with Christine being a native of Bronx, New York, she was born to Rock n’ Roll with a lot of Soul. In her late teens, Christine's “Wake Me, Shake Me”, first release - was the top 100 in singles.  Christine recorded 6 albums, which includes “The Deep End”.  She feels strongly when she stated to Venture Out! Magazine Online once; “I love my fans. Their support means everything to me. What I do in the Music Industry is for them.”  Christine’s 2010 release of The Deep End with Rebel Montez is:
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Christine Ohlman – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
Cliff Goodwin - vocals, lead guitar
Michael Colbath – bass, vocals
Larry Donahue – drums, percussion

Christine Ohlman is still the current and long time vocalist, with the Saturday Night Live Band, who sang in their 25th anniversary telecast, Bob Dylan’s 30th Anniversary bash at The Garden with George Harrison and Chrissie Hynde. Christine, the queen of blue-eyed rock n’ soul , also made her special appearance at the 2009 Obama Inaugural Gala in Washington, DC, The Lincoln Center “American Songbook” series with Sting and Lou Reed.

That’s not all - Christine Ohlman’s performances with many others in the music industry, draws her fans to her like a magnet. Christine will tell her audience, “I’ve come here to set your souls on fire”.

With Christine’s Saturday Night Live “Swine Fever”, Raves for Re-Hive, interviews with the New York Times, The Beehive Queen also Rocked Elmore Magazine and Rolling Stone as well along with several other publications in reviews.

Members of Rebel Montez are the most valuable people to her as for her in the release of “The Deep End”. Along with Christine’s long standing history in Rock n’ Roll, she is deep in Soul with the members of Rebel Montez.

Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez

Cliff Goodwin: The legendary New England Rock n’ Roll gods The American Standard Band. Joe Cocker and Robert Palmer called Cliff to be their lead guitarist because of his legendary reputable signature in performance. The music industry fames Cliff; he not only shares the stage, Cliff rocks the House.
Cliff Goodwin - Larry Donahue - Michael Colbath 
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Michael Colbath: The Jazz at the base of his own rhythm. Known as “Buddha of the Bass”, his stage presence goes deep. With Michael’s fingers at the bass, his performance with Duck Dunn, James Jamierson and John Paul Jones brought his rhythm to high inspirations. He delivers the inspiration in music at its original context.

Larry Donahue: The beat and percussion with unshakable timing. A world of inspiration, at LA’s turbulent music scene, Larry has the elegant Stax styling of Al Jackson, Jr. to Wamack’s “Scratchy” and Frank Kirkland’s jungle-drum excursions with Bo Diddley. With Donahue’s Motto “Have Drums, Will Grove”, he is born again every time he picks up those sticks.

THE DEEP END HMG RECORDS HMG 2009 - Fourteen songs of life and love tempered by loss from the Beehive Queen of blue-eyed rock n' soul, in a style Rolling Stone's Dave Marsh calls "Contemporary Rock R&B."

Co-produced by Andy York (John Mellencamp) with Rebel Montez: Cliff Goodwin (guitars); Michael Colbath (bass), and Larry Donahue (drums). Featured are duets with Dion, Ian Hunter, and Marshall Crenshaw, plus guest appearances by Levon Helm, G.E. Smith, Big Al Anderson, Eric "Roscoe" Ambel, Shawn Pelton, Paul Ossola, Catherine Russell, the Asbury Juke Horns w/ Mark Rivera, Mitch Chakour, Jeff Kazee, and Vic Steffens.

Get Your Healin' Special Re-Release! - Featuring Dr John, Funky Meters, BB King, Irma Thomas, Allen Toussaint, Guardians of the Flame, Blu Lu Barker & more!

NOMC was struggling in its infancy in 1999 when music advocates and advisors came together and planned an album to benefit the clinic. Get You a Healin’ features 100 musicians representing the heart of NOLA music. As a result NOMC today provides health services for more than 1,800 musicians and their families.

"Artist of a lifetime - Christine Ohlman remains in the constant spotlight center of music. The Legendary Beehive Queen of Rock n' Soul continues to remain on the top as a recording artist and in her LIVE performance. With Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez release of "The Deep End"  delivering that "mid-night" mood and feel, along with The Christine Ohlman Collection of CD's - There is no doubt in my mind that Christine Ohlman will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in future years to come" ~ Maggie Griffin, Director of VentureOut! Publications, LLC
Christine Ohlman IS 2010's Venture Out's! Reader's Choice of Top Recording Artist of the Year!
CHECK OUT The New Orleans Musicians' Clinic benefit CD digital-only reissue of "Get You A Healin'", originally released in 2000 with cuts by Irma Thomas, Dr. John, Allen Toussaint and other New Orleans stars, now available for download. ALL PROCEEDS to benefit the Clinic. Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez's "The Cradle Did Rock" from The Deep End joins bonus tracks by BB King, Richard Thompson, The Subdudes and others. 22 TRACKS FOR A LOW DOWNLOAD PRICE...your support to the Clinic is just a CLICK AWAY... Amazon download:
iTunes download here "Get You A Healin Special Anniversary"

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