Ariel Publicity Newsletter #225: The Women of Cyber PR®

By on January 20, 2012

We’ll start todays newsletter with a great quote:

‘As usual there is a great woman behind every idiot.’ ~ John Lennon
On that note, here are the ladies of Cyber PR®. This group of fierce females span all genres, races, religions and styles. There is something here for everyone. Will all the ladies please stand up…

The Women of Cyber PR®:

Kira Willey

Kira Willey’s latest album, Kings & Queens of the Forest: Yoga Songs Vol. 2, is a collection of children’s songs that combines the calming acoustic folk of Fiest with vocals similar to Suzanne Vega.

Meghan Cary

Meghan Cary is releasing her first album in 6 years on Jan 31st! Building This House which combines the vocals of Stevie Nicks with poetic flair of Shawn Colvin and the Indigo Girls.


Love. Self-acceptance. Tolerance. Diversity. True happiness. Haikaa radiates these messages and more through her folk-pop music that combines the warm folk of Sarah McLachlan with the upbeat pop of Sheryl Crow. The international folk-pop singer/songwriter hails from Brazil, Japan, and the U.S.

Charity Chapman

Charity Chapman is a singer/ songwriter from Los Angeles, CA whose soft rock music sounds like Sheryl Crow meets Train. Her song “If I Could Fly” was featured on both the US and UK versions of The X Factor, as well as the TV comedy Ugly Betty.

Hailee Araya

Hailee Araya is an Ethiopian Swedish singer/ songwriter based out of Miami, FL whose music combines the powerful pop vocals of J Lo with a strong reggae groove. Hailee also started a charity group called Project Abel, named after her little brother, where she takes 10 dollars and turns it into a cooked and packaged meal for those in need.

Martina Downey

Martina Downey combines the theatrical rock of David Bowie with the vocals of Cassandra Wilson. Martina’s most recent album, Sign Posts, takes an introspective look through a spirtual lens.

Lila Rose

Lila Rose just released her debut album Heart Machine to rave reviews. Her music can best be described as cinematic indie-pop that combines the best elements of Bjork and Florence and the Machine. Up next for Lila is her album release party at the New Parish in Oakland, CA on Feb, 18th 2012.


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.