MARNEEN LYNNE FIELDS
Multiple award winning and chart topping adult contemporary artist, ASCAP Composer, Scriptwriter, and SAG Actress, CEO, Executive Producer, and Creative Director of Heavenly Waterfall (ASCAP) & HWSP (BMI) Song Publishing and Productions email@example.com
2012-2014 Accomplishments - Pop Singer & ASCAP Composer
7 time award nominated, and 1 time award winning POP singer & ASCAP composer.
1) Best Female Vocalist of the Year - "We Can Take Some of the Hurt Away" LA Music Awards Best
2) Best Music Video of the Year with Roydon Johnson - "We Can Take Some of the Hurt Away" with Roydon Johnson Aritsts in
3) Best Music Video of the Year with David Palfreyman - "Shadows" Artists in Music Awards
4) Best American, Blues, Roots Artist of the Year with David Palfreyman - "Shadows" LA Music Awards
5) Best Blues Artist of the Year with David Palfreyman - "Shadows" Artists in Music Awards
6) Best Adult Contemporary Artist of the Year - "Release My Love," Artists in Music Awards
7) Winner - The G.O.D. Award for Music with Roydon Johnson - "We Can Take Some of the Hurt Away."
2009-2012 Accomplishments - Pop Singer and ASCAP Composer
5 time chart topping POP singer and ASCAP composer on the music internet charts beating out 50,000 to nearly 2 million other songs and artists.
1) # 2 Song in POP Instrumentals - "Release My Love,"
2) # 2 Song in POP Instrumentals - "I've Never Ever Stopped Loving You."
3) #1 Song on Country-POP Charts - "I'm Gonna Be a Hollywood Stuntman."
4) #1 Song on Country Charts - "I'm Gonna Be a Hollywood Stuntman."
5) #1 Cover songs - "The Christmas Song - Chestnuts Roasting..."
6)Top 25-100 Kiis FM Wango Tango Contest song placement - "I'm Gonna Be a Hollywood Stuntman."
7) Song of the Year Contest - Suggested Artist - "My Love at First Sight."
1976-Present Accomplishments as a SAG Actress and Scriptwriter
1) 2013 - Winner LA Comedy Awards - Outstanding Comedy Screenplay for "Hard Nuts to Crack," AKA "Johnny Hawk."
2) 2012 - Producer's Choice Nomination LA Comedy Awards for "Kathryn Davis - Take 2," with Dr. Robin Ellsworth. A Pilot for a Television Series. 3) Appearances in 105 film and television shows as a SAG character actress and stunt lady. Ex-stunt lady since 1991.