This Week, Lauren Hildebrandt’s new single “Underneath” breaks out at mainstream radio. Hildy takes the stage in a San Bernardino Theatrical Arts’ world premiere of “Paris” and heads to Asia, NYC and other U.S. cities for an “Underneath” promotional tour.
Lauren Hildebrandt has officially announced the new single release of “Underneath,” from her full-length CD “Not Really a Waitress.” Emerging from the underground, in a luminous fashion, Hildebrandt’s “Underneath,” is exponentially gaining spins at radio. With current mainstream adds at Sirius XM, AOL and major market stations, “Underneath” is on its way to becoming “Hildy’s” biggest supported track to date.
“The time has finally come! Releasing ‘Underneath’ and taking the track to radio is an exciting big step,” states Hildebrandt. “To be receiving the support of so many program directors and club DJs is incredibly humbling and thrilling at the same time. I give a huge ‘THANK YOU’ to everyone for supporting this record!”
Producer Josh Harris remixed the original album version of “Underneath” for mainstream radio. Additional dance mixes include tracks from Mike Bordes, Peter Barona and DJ JST. Visit iTunes today: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/underneath-the-remixes/id369333032.
This weekend, Hildebrandt will be donning her dance shoes, as she sings and dances her heart out in the world premiere musical theatre production of “Paris.”
“Catch it if you Can-Can!” – Variety Magazine
Moulin Rouge, the Follies Bergere and the Can-Can conjure images of the romance and excitement that is Paris. See a show that celebrates one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The show features all the Parisian spectacle, costumes and music that are familiar to this inspired place. “Lady Marmalade,” “Come What May” and “One Day I’ll Fly Away” are just a few of the songs featured in this musical. Show runs Friday, May 21st thru Sunday, May 23rd at The City of San Bernardino California Theatre of the Arts. For more tickets and more information please visit: http://www.californiatheatre.net/ or call (909) 885-5152.
This June, Hildy will also embark on a promotional tour in Asia, including mainland China, from May 25-June 8, as well as several cities in the U.S., including New York City from June 19-26th.
ABOUT LAUREN HILDEBRANDT
Lauren Hildebrandt first appeared on the mainstream with her top finalist run on Debbie Allen’s “Fame,” which aired on NBC. After “Fame” Hildy took a job as a waitress to support herself and hit the studio to record dance tracks to perform in the clubs. During this time, she sang back-up vocals on the Sharon Stone charity single, “Come Together” and appeared in the video. Hildy also had the incredible experience of dancing in the Black Eyed Peas “Bebot” video as one of Fergie’s dime girl dancers. Hildy made a huge splash in the dance world with her debut single titled “Burnin’ Out,” which hit #5 on the Billboard club play chart. The “Burnin’ Out” video, directed by Black Eyed Peas director Patricio Ginsela, helped establish her as one of the hottest newcomers on the scene. The unbelievable popularity of Lauren Hildebrandt’s first single led to a coveted nomination as “Best New Dance Artist” in 2006 against Rihanna and Cascada at the International Dance Music Awards. Soon after, Lauren released the successful club hits “Dance With You” and “My Life Again” in succession. Both dance singles went top 20 on the Billboard club charts and Lauren continued to appear everywhere from Honolulu’s famous Pipeline Café to clubs in New York and Miami. Today, Hildy is making a splash on the mainstream scene with her debut album “Not Really a Waitress,” which features five tracks co-written by Lauren herself. Her first Billboard charting single from the album “Boyshorts” is followed up with the release of “Underneath” Summer 2010.
For more information please visit: http://www.myspace.com/laurenhildebrandt
Hildy also runs a blogsite, www.mrwrongblog.com. Stop by today!