SOURCE: Salon City, Inc.

November 17, 2009 08:30 ET

Mya to Star on Cover of Beauty Entertainment Magazine

The Recording Sensation, Grammy Award-Winning Multi-Platinum Artist and "Dancing with the Stars" Favorite Appears in January's New Year Issue

BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwire - November 17, 2009) - Ewire -- Salon City, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SALN) announced that singer, actress and dancer Mya, currently seen on ABC's hit TV show "Dancing With The Stars," (DWTS) will star on January's New Year's cover of BE! (Beauty Entertainment) Magazine. Mya is the third Hollywood celebrity to grace the cover of Beauty Entertainment Magazine, Salon City's new monthly print, digital and online publication that debuted this fall.

Mya was photographed exclusively for BE!'s cover and inside feature by Hollywood's Keith Munyan, known for his ability to capture the beauty, energy and excitement of a star like Mya. BE! Magazine's style director, Christopher Mannor, orchestrated the shoot and brought together L.A.'s finest session artists to create a new look for Mya.

"Mya is currently one of the hottest dancers on DWTS, and she looks like she is going to make a big impression in the finals coming up later this month. Mya has fans the world over because of her outstanding singing, acting and dancing abilities," says Steven Casciola, Salon City's founder and publisher of Beauty Entertainment.

Mya became a star at the age of 18 with her eponymous debut album, which yielded three Top-10 singles. In addition to releasing five full-length albums, one of which went platinum and another gold, she tangoed her way into the hearts in the acclaimed film "Chicago."

Since "Chicago," Mya has appeared in several more movies and signed onto a modeling contract. Her fourth and fifth studio albums, Liberation and Sugar & Spice, respectively, have been released in Japan and her sixth studio album is due to be released on her independent label early next year.

Annie Casciola, Salon City founder and creative director, noted that Mya's bio also includes being a long time advocate for young women. She founded The Mya Arts & Tech Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing disadvantaged youth growth and opportunity through arts and technology education. She serves as both executive director and teaches for the foundation. "We love that side of her personality and nature," says Annie.

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