This month we bring you Amber Patiño
and her family. We first introduced Amber back in November of 2015, when she was barely starting out in the industry, with the support of her parents and her special needs sister, Nicole. Since then, Amber hasn’t wavered from pursuing her dreams and continues to strive, bringing back hard-earned advice and tips for young actors that want to take a shot at the entertainment industry. Don’t miss her advice.
In that November 2015 issue, SOHM also focused on Amber’s family, who plays a very important supporting role in her nascent talents, and has formed a circle around her called, Team Amber
, to guide and motivate the young artist to her full potential. Experienced and aware beyond her years, Amber acknowledges the time and effort given by her friends and family. Now, Amber shares her achievement to date: landing a leading role in the family film titled, Jurassic School
It hasn’t been easy for the Patiño family. The four members left the south and headed west to give Amber’s talents a chance, after winning a prominent talent contest. Amber’s skills shined through and the family made the journey across, to find out if dreams do come true. This is where we catch up with the Patiños, and bring to you, our loyal readers, a rare behind-the-scene look at Hollywood, and the business of child stars—and its effect on the family as a unit.
Amber’s mother, Lindsay Patiño
, supports Amber 100% on artistic talents. While her father, William "Bill" Patiño
, knows first hand the sacrifices parents make for their children in support of their dreams and aspirations. William left a comfortable life, with a lower cost of living, to help his daughter as best as he can. Yet, reality reminds them that following dreams takes time, money and effort. We interview Bill and get his take on how the move to Hollywood has affected his family because SOHM is committed to bringing you real stories from real people—in this case, the role of parents and their children.
Welcome to the August-September 2015 issue of Shine On Hollywood Magazine (“SOHM”)! With the fall season just around the corner and as the summer season sings its final swan song, we are reminded that change is inevitable. However, each change, as with the seasons, can bring new types of excitement. We are fortunate here in Hollywood to live in a place where each season brings new forms of entertainment. Just as the hot, sexy summer parties around sparking pools come to a close, the glamourous film award season is ushered in. Moreover, the lives that have changed and shaped Hollywood have also brought the world brilliance in film, music, art and fashion. This month our focus is on “Top Music Industry Professionals!” These individuals entertain, inspire and enhance the condition of our lives and we are proud to include them in our SOHM family.
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This month's cover story pays tribute to an extraordinary individual that has touched our hearts and soul: Andy Fraser. Not only was he an amazing talent, the chief architect of a signature blue-rocks style that has influenced generations of rock n’ roll artists, but he was also a true humanitarian. You won’t want to miss out reading this inspirational story.
This edition also features Vladimir Khomyakov. A truly gifted and magnificent pianist, scholar and teacher who continues to win prestigious classical music competitions the world over. He has road-tested advice for those interested in pursuing classical music.
In addition, this issue also features Allan Rich, an internationally acclaimed songwriter who has written numerous hits including Whitney Houston’s iconic “Run to You” from the romantic thriller, “The Bodyguard.” Finally, we are proud to feature the multi-talented, Claudja Barry, considered to be one of the first ladies of disco. She has sold millions of records, topping dance charts around the world.
We encourage you to “Let them be your motivation.”
SOHM remains a politics and gossip free publication with its focus on, Real People, Real Stories, from the Arts and Pop Culture Community who make a difference by giving back, and we are delighted to share their heart-felt stories with you. We will continue to provide the industry's foremost creative meeting place with monthly showcases, news, opinions, analysis and audience feedback.
The upcoming October issue will feature an emphasis on “Top Youth Industry Professionals.” Look for exclusive interviews with leading industry professionals. We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to your feedback and continued support!
Shine On Hollywood Magazine exceeds 17 million global clicks, and asks for pay-it-forward contributions for its formerly free digital publication, to succeed in spreading positive messages from Hollywood to the globe.
August 12, 2014-Hollywood, CA- Shine On Hollywood Magazine (SOHM) shares stories of triumph and success in the entertainment industry, and after releasing two years of free digital issues, the founder and publisher Arnold Garcia is asking for contributions. When asked why, Garcia has several reasons. On it’s two-year anniversary, SOHM has grown globally. Europe, Asia and Latin America have according to views, become addicted to SOHM. There are over 130,000 likes on Facebook, and when Hollywood magazine is searched for on the Internet, SOHM is in the top three hits. To further this momentum funds are now vital to the company.
There are also future plans. There will be an interactive webcast with celebrities, the discovery of global talent, translation into different languages, and interviews with high-end celebrities. All plans need funding. Money is needed to give hope to the undiscovered, to allow celebrities to share their experience to the audience, and to tell the public that Hollywood is not about negativity, he says. Sharing to Garcia means giving and receiving talent between each party. He says that it is what the real Hollywood should be about.
To Garcia, sharing also means putting out endless hours to create a spark not often seen in Hollywood magazines, the human touch, the passion that commonality exists, and that any individual can thrive and succeed in life. Garcia wants to always show how talent can give back to the community through experience, teaching, and sharing stories of achievement. He passionately believes that for the public to share by contribution is to also feel that human touch.Quick Facts
- Showcased on NASDAQ building in Time’s Square, honored by artist Cao Yong
- 2014 Jeffrey Foundation Award for Community Leadership
- Recognition through the U.S. Global Business Forum.
- SOHM utilizes college students from The Music Institute and Berkeley Music Institute to further their industry careers and education
- Legendary celebrities, as well as new talent, are encouraged to give raw and honest Q&A
- Many jobs have been created, with future plans to hire globally
- Commended by Aida Takla-O’Reilly
“Instead of taking the easy road, you [Garcia] took the road less traveled and demonstrated how magnificently real people rise and shine. You set the standard for what journalism is all about.”~Aida Takla-O’Reilly, Two-time President and Current Trustee of The Hollywood Foreign Press
“You are inspiring the future leaders of this world to shine on brighter and brighter every day. Here's to your continued success and bright future.” ~Cao Yong, Legendary World-renowned Artist
“SOHM has improved the world views of the industry in every area imaginable. Exciting ways to share stories of success, with new approaches to social media. The ability to give a voice to the unheard. It's not just about entertainment, it’s a positive way to embrace life.” ~Arnold Garcia, Founder / Publisher of Shine On Hollywood Magazine Related Products
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