I've got your answer. I just got a press release about her recent appearance on a talk show, which also mentions a few projects she has in the works. Check it out...
Nashville, TN (July 13, 2009) – Country music recording star Laura Bryna appeared on FamilyNet’s “Mornings with Lorri and Larry” show (in 15 million households nationwide) on Thursday July 9th where she announced the winners of the “America’s Search for Hometown Heroes” contest, sponsored by Bryna, Southern Beauty Magazine and JOICO Hair Care. The five lucky winners and their guests will be traveling to Los Angeles in August where they will be the special guests of Bryna, Southern Beauty Magazine and JOICO Hair Care. In addition to their visit to Los Angeles , the winner’s will also be Laura’s guests at the exclusive VIP party at the House of Blues, which is the official launch party for the new magazine. Bryna will be performing at the bash and will also be seen on the cover of Southern Beauty Magazine, where she is featured along with five women “heroes” of the Air Guard.
Bryna, who is the celebrity spokesperson for the Air Guard’s national media campaign came up with the idea of “ America ’s Search for Hometown Heroes” as she was inspired by the unselfish and heroic work of men and women who serve in our military, most especially those who are members of the Air Guard.
Bryna performed her song “Hometown Heroes” on the TV show and spoke with Lorri and Larry during two 12 minute segments. Lorri and Larry unveiled the new cover of Southern Beauty Magazine which Laura adorns, and spoke with the new artist about her involvement with the Air Guard and their Media Campaign as well as Bryna’s work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. They even had time to talk about Bryna’s “babies,” her three birds, “Tyler” an African Grey Parrot, “Harmony,” a Senegal Parrot and “Snuggles”, a Cockatoo. After the appearance she was promptly invited back to be a guest on the show in the near future. “Laura is a dynamo...personally and professionally. That tiny frame hides a big ‘Martina McBride-like’ voice. The work she's doing with Make-A-Wish and the Air Guard also shows she has a big heart. Meeting her in person was an absolute delight,” says Larry Estepa, co-host of FamilyNet’s “Mornings with Lorri and Larry, television and radio program.
Bryna is currently working on film and television opportunities as well as a brand new music project.
For more information on Laura Bryna please log on to her web site www.laurabryna.com or visit her MySpace page at www.myspace.com/laurabryna