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Outlandos Music

03/14/08

TAMING THE WEIRD WEST TWO SONGS AT A TIME:
OUTLANDOS MUSIC LAUNCHES THE DAILY 'DOS AT SXSW

The power of relatable, transcendent music and its ability to create contagious emotion—the kind of emotion that people are willing to pay for—is undeniable. Just ask the folks at SXSW.

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Rivertown Enterprise

May 25, 2007

SONGWRITER'S VOICE A VORTEX ON HANCOCK PLACE
by Iris Arno

RVINGTON -Being connected is profoundly important to Lisa Lynne Mathis, an Irvington singer, songwriter, and pianist. It seems fitting, therefore, that her first full-length CD, "Hancock Place," which pulled together a web of local musicians, neighbors, and colleagues, is named for the street where their energy and talent coalesced.

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NY Times on the Web

Local Talent Rocks On - Second Act StudioNovember 27, 2005

LOCAL TALENT ROCKS ON
By Brian Wise

Last year, Al Cattabiani, a Dobbs Ferry entrepreneur and amateur guitarist, had an idea for a business that drew on his lifelong passion for music: a record label to provide an outlet for his work and that of other local musicians.

Calling his new label Garagista Music, after the Italian slang term for a vintner who makes wine in a garage, Mr. Cattabiani, 47, put out a call for submissions last February in local newspapers, on Web sites and by word of mouth.

Within six months, Mr. Cattabiani, who plays guitar in a band called Daddy-O, had received few dozen recordings from bands and solo artists.

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People of the YearJewish Times

December 2, 2005

PEOPLE OF THE (YEAR) BOOK
By Rochelle Eisenberg / Kirsten Beckerman

Ever wonder what happened to that "Best Couple"? Are they still married and living happily ever after? Or did they break up right after their senior prom?

How about the wittiest? Is he or she still funny? The most talented? Is their name shining in lights on Broadway?

The Baltimore Jewish Times decided to take a look at more than 20 years of Pikesville Highs School yearbooks, from the 1960s through the late 1980s. Would the superlative honor that was bestowed upon these individuals by their peers have any relevance to their future path?

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Rivertown Enterprise
February 25, 2005

TWO LOCAL MEN HIT IT OFF WITH 'LITTLE WOMEN'
By Sylvia O’Hagen

Two men from the Rivertowns are happy to be associated with Broadway’s newest hit, “Little Women, the Musical.” Based on the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott, the show features Dobbs Ferry resident and actor/singer John Hickok in the role of Professor Bhaer, Jo March’s eventual love interest, and Irvington composer, arranger, sound designer, producer, and engineer Scott Freiman, who is co-producing the musical.

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ProsoundPro Sound News

September 2003

CURTAINS OPEN ON SECOND ACT
by Janice Brown

If you looked for Scott Freiman in the mid 1990s, you might have found him at a boardroom table in some corporate offices. Having founded a financial software company, Credit Management Solutions, after graduating from Yale, Freiman spent over a decade dealing with banks as clients.

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EQ MagazineEQ Magazine

August 2003

ROOM WITH A VU
by Mitch Gallagher

Second Act Studio was designed by John Storyk and Robert Reilly...

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