BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Get Real USA, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GTRL) announced today that Mr. Mike "Walla" Woodard has officially joined the Get Real Music Team.
One of Mr. Woodard's key responsibilities will be to assist in the development of sound tracks for current and upcoming Get Real USA Movie projects.
Mr. Aaron Johnson, head of Get Real Music, said, "We're thrilled to have a talent like Mike Woodard on the Get Real USA team. He brings two decades of professional music background to the team. Plus he's assisted in the creation of many well-known songs, by some of America's greatest artists."
Mr. Woodard was literally born into music. His father was a preacher who also pursued a career as a New York gospel-recording artist. His mother was one of the main lead singers in her home church in North Carolina. And at the age of eight Mike was already singing lead in the church choir.
Throughout his musical career Mike Woodard has worked with music industry icons like: Michael Jackson, Leon Sylvers, Teddy Riley, Blackstreet, Mary J Blige, and more.
"The unique sound and years of experience Mike brings to Get Real USA will make an immediate impact. I'm confident he'll add a special quality to our upcoming projects and contribute greatly to the overall growth and success of this company," Mr. Johnson added.
About Get Real USA, Inc.:
Get Real USA, Inc. (GTRL.PK) is in the business of producing low-budget, high quality genre pictures using recognizable name talent. GTRL's business strategy is to work with highly skilled producers and directors who also offer fierce attention to risk assessment and cost management.
The Company's goal is to create a strong production pipeline while taking advantage of new technologies, production efficiencies and value-added enhancements such as innovative and edgy marketing strategies.
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