Pop Singer Alana Lee Supports Second Annual Ellen Art Show and The Trevor Project

Rising teen pop singer Alana Lee posed for photos at the Terrell Moore Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles for the 2nd Annual Ellen Art Show on January 28. The art show, hosted by poet and artist Renda Writer, showcased various artists’ works of Ellen DeGeneres, with proceeds going towards The Trevor Project, a leading national organization that provides support for LGBTQ youth.

Alana recently earned a coveted artist profile on Clear Channel’s iHeartRadio.com for its New! Discover & Uncover section, visited by millions of music seeking fans each month. Alana, a former ARK Music Factory singer, exploded onto the music scene last year with her hit debut “Butterflies,”  exceeding 12 million views on YouTube. Her follow-up single “Synchronize” is currently available on iTunes and AlanaLeeMusic.net.

The Orange County, Calif.-based singer has also included acting in her impressive list of credits, most recently playing the role of “Mary”, the third eldest of nine kids, in “The Measure of A Man,” which recently hit the film festival circuit to wide acclaim.

Alana has also been spotlighted on “Young Icons”—a nationally syndicated television program about young people changing the world, produced by Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios, and on PBS’ local entertainment show, “Real Orange” (KOCE-TV).

Last year Alana was signed to 37 Records, owned by Steven McClintock, a veteran singer, songwriter and music producer who won a BMI Award for a track in which he produced vocals for ’80s teen pop singer Tiffany during her time of superstardom. McClintock also produced tracks for WAT, The Gromble and Alana Lee’s “Synchronize” with Grammy-nominated lyricist Pamela Oland.

For the latest news and music from Alana, visit AlanaLeeMusic.net.



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