Sonja Dunson appeared on Gosh!Radio Meet the Music on Oct 29th, 2011
By Gabrielle Pantera
HOLLYWOOD, CA (Gosh!Radio) 2011/10/29 – “I’m not a singer,” says producer Sonja Dunson. “I’ve been mistaken for a singer. I’ve had million dollar offers to sing. I’m an actress, producer, writer and inventor.”
Sonja Dunson was a featured guest on the Gosh!Radio show Meet the Music broadcasted live from Hollywood. Meet the Music is hosted by yours truly, Gabrielle Pantera. Callers from around the world can phone in using local numbers in their country to ask questions about music and the music business. The show can be heard online worldwide via Ustream. It’s also available as a podcast.
Dunson will be talked about the music from her motion picture, You Can’t Buy Love, released in February, 2012. The music is a mixture of blues, pop and country. “If you are in love or looking for love you will immediately fall in love with this soundtrack,” says Dunson. “So Much Feeling in Your Love” and “You Can’t Buy Love” she co-wrote with singer-songwriter Kris Lamans. Other artists on the soundtrack include Linda McCrary, country singer-songwriter Butch Dubarri.
Dunson is the inventor of The Passion Bible Board Game and will talk about appealing to the faith-based market.
Dunson was a series regular on three television shows in the late 1970s: The DA, Lohman & Barkley and Emergency. She’s appeared in 23 commercials. She was Miss Michigan in the Miss USA Universe contest. Her website.
About Meet the Music
The show premiered in June of 2011. The 1-hour weekly music talk show Meet the Music is hosted by Gabrielle Pantera who interviews bands, singers, musicians, composers, songwriters, and music executives. Show co-hosts vary. This week we’ve got Katie Lee Harper and Elsie Eng is doing the news. Sound engineer David Williams. Producer Robin Rowe. Executive Producer Gabrielle Pantera. The show broadcasts live from Melrose Music Studios at Raleigh Studios Hollywood. Raleigh Studios is a historic studio lot where TV shows such as Castle, Closer and Private Practice are currently in production.