TEA Volume 14 Released – Jan 14, 2010

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Released - Jan 14, 2010

TEA Volume 14 was released to radio, print, film and internet media contacts on Thursday January 14, 2010. How can you  help spread the awareness?

1)  Spread the word about TEA V 14 to any media contacts you may know from past successes or networking. If they are interested in copies of TEA V 14 when completed, please let us know and we will send them a copy.

2)  Post info on your website regarding TEA V 14. A small pic of the comp with a link can help bring more awareness. You can always add TEA V 14 to your discography as well to keep people informed of all your releases.

3)  Please link to our website if at all possible. It is always a good idea to link up with community, contacts and connections.

4)  Add yourself to the TEA myspace, TEAwitter and TEAbook social networking websites if you haven’t done so already.

5)  Use the power of your social networking sites to spread awareness of this release.

If you have some time to spare, please help spread awareness of the TEA V 14 release. We will go a  long way as a unified team and community.

Many Thanks – TEA Staff

Olympic Soundtrack

versus-the-nothingContratulations to Versus the Nothing who have just experienced some great Canadian success. Well done guys!


VANCOUVER, Tuesday, January 12, 2010 – Vancouver’s hard rock quintet VERSUS THE NOTHING’s single “Let It All Come Down” is featured on SEGA® Europe Ltd. ‘ soundtrack for Vancouver 2010™ – the Official Video Game of the Olympic Winter Games. “We are all big video game fanatics so when we found out that our song had been chosen, we were all crazily excited” explains Ande Otte, guitarist.

The soundtrack features a mix of well-known and unsigned bands who have been chosen to reflect the adrenaline and fast-paced nature of the events featured in the game. Out of the 21 artists featured on this soundtrack, VERSUS THE NOTHING are one of 16 Canadian bands chosen along with Gob, Mother Mother, TV Heart Attack and Sum 41.

versus-the-nothing-smokeAppearing on the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft®, the PlayStation®3 and PC, Vancouver 2010™ delivers a host of adrenaline-fuelled events. The first person mode puts players as close to experiencing the thrill and excitement of the Olympic Winter Games as possible.

Vancouver 2010™ will be released on January 12th in North America and January 15th, 2010 across Europe for the Xbox 360, PlayStation®3 and PC.

For more information please visit www.olympicvideogames.com


TEA Volume 13 compilation artist Kelita has a career that is full of success and all inspiring. When Kelita sings, people pay attention. Her rich, warm voice captures the ear immediately. Her clear, honest lyrics speak directly to the heart. Kelita, who knew she wanted to be a performer at age four, is a singer-songwriter whose career has seen many highlights. Well known across Canada for her superb musical achievements, Kelita’s new Contemporary Christian music is the most personal and moving work she has produced to date.

Amongst many Kelita has shared stages with Jim Carrey, Reba McEntire, Randy Travis and Michelle Wright, and performed on numerous television programs including Nashville Now, The Tommy Hunter Show, Sun Country (a booster of both Kelita and K.D. Lang in their early days and the Canadian Country Music Awards (CCMA) show. Her Song “New Love” received the Country Music News Fan Award for Single of the Year and in 1988 Kelita recorded “Neighbours of the World”, the official song for Calgary during the Winter Olympics. She soon had three Top 10 singles to her name, and was presented with the CCMA Vista Rising Star Award.

Kelita and Shania Twain
Kelita and Shania Twain

Kelita’s life took a new turn when she met Gord Lemon (Kelita’s producer and co-writer) on her second UN tour. They were married and produced their greatest creation to date – their son Keldon. During that time, Kelita teamed up with Inuit recording artist Susan Aglukark to write “Kathy I” and the top 10 hit “Breakin’ Down” on Susan’s platinum selling album “This Child”. But it’s Kelita’s personal work that definitely has her full attention. Her music has taken on the exuberant tones and textures of gospel and her lyrics now reach far beyond the surface. Kelita’s autobiographical ballads are heartbreaking in their honesty, yet uplifting and filled with a gently healing quality. Grappling with vulnerability, coping with a dysfunctional family and finally, finding strength in God. Listen to Kelita