SOURCE: Media Monster Communications, Inc. for Sonya Kahn

Media Monster Communications, Inc. for Sonya Kahn

April 21, 2009 10:07 ET

Inspiration From Her LONELY ROAD: Vocalist-Songwriter-Musician-Producer, Sonya Kahn Releases New Music Video

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - April 21, 2009) - When you're an Indie artist, you walk the lonely road. When you're Vocalist-Songwriter-Musician-Producer Sonya Kahn you become inspired by your emotions and write a song about it! "LONELY ROAD" is the new full production performance music video single from her album, "NEW BEGINNING." "Some days we feel lonely, completely on our own and one of those moments inspired me to write 'LONELY ROAD.' It's when you realize everything that happens affects the future: your chosen path, responsibilities you take, mistakes you make and when you go through the journey of your life -- you are on your own," explains Kahn. As an Indie artist she's proving although it may be lonely, she handles her own road exceptionally well. This do-it-all original music maven is not just a classically-trained concert pianist/singer, she plays guitar and is also a writer/composer/arranger, producer, dancer and costume designer with her own line of merchandise. She holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts Degree in concert piano performing and musical theory, records on her own Indie label, Mozarta Muzik, and could give any American Idol a run for their money when it comes to talent, artistry and heart. Kahn's new "LONELY ROAD" music video can be seen at

The "LONELY ROAD" video is directed by Pablo Francis, crewed by The Musician's Institute, and produced by Alan Calzatti. Calzatti has shot over 250 music videos for artists like N'Sync, Phil Collins, David Foster, and won an MTV Viewer's Choice Award with The Back Street Boys' "Get Down." Her glamorous look is by Hollywood's Emmy Award-Winning Makeup Artist Myke Michaels whose credits include "Seven Pounds" starring Will Smith and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," starring Harrison Ford. The video features Konstantin Golovin (cello), Ani Fishyan and Azat Fishyan, on violins from the Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra and Tulare Symphony Orchestra and violinist Sarkis Bukujian.

"I think 'LONELY ROAD' will resonate with everyone because we all have felt lonely, have had our hearts broken and have many questions about life. But we continue through many trials and tribulations alone, relying on ourselves," states Kahn. Kahn may feel she's on a lonely road, but she's on it, with over 865,000 views on She took the time to see that others may be on a lonely road during this tough economic time and offered her first break-out music video rock single "SABRE DANCE" as a Free Download at her official website, to all her fans and friends on MySpace.

Playing piano since the age of three, performing, touring and songwriting since she was six years old, Kahn is not afraid to wear her heart on her sleeve or share her real life emotions in her songs. From the piano accompaniment to the swelling strings broadening "LONELY ROAD's" motion-picture soundtrack feel, this isn't the first time emotions have inspired Kahn to pen songs of this magnitude. "DON'T GO AWAY" from "NEW BEGINNING" had such a soundtrack feel, it was put in the movie, "The Thirst." Kahn also wrote a single separate from her album, called "WHISPERING SOULS" to address stopping genocide. She also just released the unplugged acoustic video, "FRIEND."

"I feel lonelier when I have more time to think, analyze my past, present and future," states Kahn. Kahn is busy in-studio recording more videos the next six weeks. If there's any time to analyze her life she will see that the LONELY ROAD won't be so lonely anymore. "LONELY ROAD" and Sonya Kahn's "NEW BEGINNING" CD are available at, and

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