CITY OF PEACE MEDIA RELEASES
CITY OF PEACE INSTRUMENTALS II

New CD Features Various Artists, Including Covenant Award Winner Sean Spicer
And Teresa Scanlan, Miss America 2011

City of Peace Instrumentals II

Independent record label City of Peace Media, in conjunction with Galilee of the Nations Music, has released City of Peace Instrumentals II, a 12-track collection featuring six artists, including Covenant Award winner Sean Spicer on guitar, Les Morrison on violin, Joel Chernoff on stringed instruments, multi-platinum selling producer Jerry Marcellino on saxophone, and Calvin Jones and Teresa Scanlan, Miss America 2011, on piano. The project released on March 6.

“These instrumental selections transcend words to speak directly to the soul,” says Founder, President and CEO of City of Peace Media Yochanan Marcellino. “For times of meditation, celebration or contemplation, City of Peace Instrumentals II brings you timeless music with heart and passion — music that brings you the peace that surpasses all understanding!”

City of Peace Instrumentals II is the follow up to City of Peace Instrumentals, the 17-song album released in 1998, featuring various artists on piano, violin, saxophone and guitar. The new CD is distributed by Provident Distribution and available at visit cityofpeace.com and galileeofthenations.com.

About City of Peace Media, City of Peace Films and Galilee of the Nations:
City of Peace Media was established in Nashville in 2009, with sister company City of Peace Films, by Founder, President and CEO of City of Peace Media Yochanan Marcellino.The primary focus of the companies is to provide a framework where music, films and video with “redeeming value” can be developed, produced and distributed worldwide, bringing a message of hope, love and encouragement to this generation. For more information about City of Peace Media or City of Peace Films, visit cityofpeace.com. For information about Galilee of the Nations, visit galileeofthenations.com.

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