Melissa Polinar


Published on Nov 20, 2011 by 

***FREE DOWNLOAD LINK***
http://bit.ly/rZlJ9m
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My friend Jeff Bernat requested if I could write a song for a project he’s recording (about to be released Dec. 1) few months back. This is the song that I came up with and his version will be out soon (so check it out when it does!). This track is the demo track I did but I also added more background vocals. So yes, it’s yours for free! Go download it NOW! Shout out to J Cowell for playing the keys and co-creating this song with me.

Hope y’all enjoy.

-mp

Photos by: Rynxes John

Category:

Music

License:

Standard YouTube License

Wednesday, December 14, 2011 Dallas Unsigned December Showcase @ The Jack Danials Saloon at Gilleys Dallas

1135 S. LAMAR ST., Dallas, TX (United States) – Map
214-916-0585 Set: 8:00 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $5
Saturday, November 12, 2011 AFIA Andrews University Fundraiser Event @ Box Factory for the Arts
1101 Broad St., St. Joseph, MI 49085 (United States) – Map
Set: 7:00 PM
All Ages
Saturday, November 5, 2011 Texas A&M “Isang Mahal” (One Love) Showcase @ Rudder Auditorium
Memorial Student Center, College Station, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 7:00 PM
All Ages
Buy Now  Friday, October 28, 2011 And Evening with Passion and Friends @ Stafford Civic Center
415 Constitution Drive , Stafford, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 7:00 PM
Doors: 7:15 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $20/25/30
Buy Now  Also Playing: Jeremy “Passion” Manongdo
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 Dallas Unsigned @ The Loft
1135 S. Lamar, Dallas, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 7:00 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $10
Sunday, July 24, 2011 Hotel Cafe: Songwriter Songwriter and Mixer @ Hotel Cafe
1623 1/2 N Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA (United States) – Map
Set: 6:30 PM
21+
Tickets: $10
Monday, July 18, 2011 Melissa Polinar @ The Room 5 – Los Angeles/Hollywood, CA @ Room 5
143 N La Brea Ave., 2nd Fl., Los Angeles, CA (United States) – Map
Set: 8:30 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $10
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 BLUE n GREEN: To Joplin, With Love at The Hotel Cafe @ The Hotel Cafe
1623 1/2 N Cahuenga Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA (United States) – Map
Set: 8:30 PM
21+
Tickets: $10/15
Monday, May 16, 2011 Melissa Polinar Residency at Room 5 @ Room 5
143 N La Brea Ave., 2nd Fl., Los Angeles, CA 90036 (United States) – Map
Set: 7:30 PM
Doors: 7:30 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $8
Monday, May 9, 2011 Melissa Polinar Residency at Room 5 @ Room 5
143 N La Brea Ave., 2nd Fl., Los Angeles, CA (United States) – Map
Set: 7:30 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $7
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Fil-Am Friendship Day Festival VA BEACH – Saturday, June 30, 2012

FIL-AM FRIENDSHIP DAY
Please join us on Saturday June 30th at 9:00 AM For Fil-Am Friendship Day 2012 at Redwing Park, Virginia Beach
Mission
-Philippine Independence Day History-

On the Fourth of July, we celebrate American Independence. July 4th is, however, also a day to celebrate the beginning of the modern Philippines. July 4th has become known as “Filipino American Friendship Day”, the day the Philippines celebrate independence from Japanese occupation and American colonization. Since the Philippine Islands are also one of the partners in the effort to bring terrorists to justice, it is even more important this year to remember our friendship and alliance with the people of the Philippines.

Ferdinand Magellan landed on an island called Homonhon in 1521 and found a land filled with white beaches, unexplored isles, untouched forests, rich lands, and a spectacular climate. Magellan claimed it and named it “Felipinas”, after the King Philip of Spain.

When the Spanish conquistadors arrived, they began converting and colonizing the people of the islands. They found the islands were a cultural melting pot, with well-developed business settlements with Chinese, Arabs, Japanese, and other Islamic seafaring merchants. In 1571, the Spaniards established a colonial government in Manila and ruled the country for over 300 years.

In 1896, Filipinos rose up in rebellion and successfully led Asia’s first nationalistic revolution. After several attempts, they freed themselves from the yoke of the Spanish rule. On June 12, 1896, the people of the Philippines enjoyed their first Independence Day. For many, that date remains the actual Independence Day for the Philippines.

While they were freed from Spanish rule, after the Spanish-American War, the Philippines fell under the colonial rule of the United States. The Americans did, however, introduce democratic processes and public education, and they developed infrastructure throughout the islands as well.

Japanese rule until 1945, when American and Filipino-American forces liberated them. Only July 4, 1946, they were declared an independent nation for the first time since 1571.

Reformist President, Diosdado Macapagal, returned Philippine Freedom Day to the June 12th date. He felt that the Fourth of July activities in the United States overshadowed the Philippine independence celebration, so he declared July 4th Filipino American Friendship Day” in the islands.
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We encourage you to contact us if you would like more information about FAFD or if you are interested in becoming a Participating Organization, Sponsor, or Vendor.
You may reach us by contacting:

Joseph Ortega – Chairman FAFD
949 Lym Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23464

Email: jcortega611@cox.net

Tel: 757.581.4891

2010 FAFD Calendar

2.18.10 FAFD Meeting 7pm at PCC
3.11.10 FAFD Meeting 7pm at PCC
4.08.10 FAFD Meeting 7pm at PCC
5.06.10 FAFD Meeting 7pm at PCC
6.03.10 FAFD Meeting 7pm at PCC
6.24.10 FAFD Meeting 7pm at PCC

7.3.10 Sat. FAFD 2010 9am Redwing Park, Va. Beach


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