Buy Sandra's Music on iTunes, Rhapsody, and Amazon Apr 8, 2011
Sandra's music is now available for download on iTunes, Rhapsody, and Amazon, as well as cdbaby.com .
Auddy Award Oct 21, 2009"Come And Be A Fool With Me" on Compilation CD Aug 17, 2009
Sandra's new jazz standard song, "Come And Be A Fool With Me", was chosen for the CD compilation, "Love Song To New Orleans". The CD features various artists whose songs capture the feel of the Big Easy. Part of the proceeds go to benefit New Orleans musicians whose lives were impacted by Hurricane Katrina. Information on how to order the CD will be coming shortly.
Sandra's Music on Live365 Aug 17, 2009
Sandra's song, "Life All Over" has been added to the song rotation of Live365 internet radio's "Women of Substance". program.http://www.live365.com/stations/breenoble
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International Song Contest Results December, 2008
In two separate worldwide song competitions, Sandra's songs have placed in the top tiers nearly 30 times. Most recently, on March 15, 2009 the 12th Annual Unisong International Songwriting Contest awarded Finalist prizes to the songs, "Dollars to Donuts", "Kool Aid", "Throwaway Woman" and "Wolf Among the Sheep". "December", "Less Bark, More Bite" and "Nikki's Neighborhood" achieved Honorary Mention status.
The appeal of Sandra's music was again confirmed by the results of the Unisong International Songwriting contest, announced June 30, 2007. "Wolf Among the Sheep" was named as a finalist in the Blues category, while "Throwaway Woman" received the finalist designation in a new category, L.U.N.C.H. (songs describing social ills such as poverty or hunger). Sandra received honorable mentions in the Rock, AAA/Americana, and Blues categories with "I'm Not Listening", "December", and "Move On", respectively.
Sandra's work was broadly recognized June 30, 2006, when results of the 2005 Unisong International Songwriting contest were announced.
Two of Sandra's songs placed in the top 20 in their categories ("Danny Jones" in Blues/Jazz and "Dollars to Donuts" in Uptempo Pop). In addition, 5 of her pieces received honorable mentions: "Work in Progress" in Uptempo Pop; "Jump On" in Rock/Alternative Rock; "Horses" in AAA/Americana; "(My) Lost Time" in Acoustic/Folk; and, "I Love America More Than You" in Social/Political.
Although this was the first contest Sandra entered, Unisong has been around since 1997. Several thousand songs were submitted for judging - from over 90 different countries.
In July and November (2006), the Song of the Year Contest named two of Sandra's songs, "Work in Progress" and "December" as finalists in the Adult Contemporary and Folk categories. Each song ranked in the top five. In December (2006), Sandra's songs "We're All Right" and "How Lucky Am I" were named runners up in the international Song of the Year contest.
Sandra's song, "Jump On" was chosen as a finalist in the Rock/Alt category of the annual Great American Song Contest in March 2007. "Life All Over" was chosen as a finalist in the Adult Contemporary category in Song of the Year's June (2007) round.
After a long distance move and some studio downtime, Sandra got back to work in 2008. Her songs "Be A Fool With Me" and "Dancin' Again" placed in the top five in the Song of the Year contest. In April, "Be A Fool With Me" was named a finalist in the Jazz category and in August, "Dancin' Again" was named as a finalist in the Country category.