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Prom Queen

Year: 2014

Runtime: 00:39:36

Prom Queen, headed by Celene Ramadan, writes all her music and lyrics and has created a Parisian pop sound reminiscent of cinematic 60’s rock. She’s backed up by Tom Meyers on drums and Jason Goessl on guitar. Celene adds all the rest including the work on her rhinestone studded pink guitar. Celene also produces her own brand of music videos of which exerpts from her album Midnight Veil are seen in the episode.

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