Web Series PARTY GIRL PLUS ONE a New Dating Web Series

Dating. A Diary. A Web Series. Kiss & Tell has Never Been Funnier.

Episode 11 “Booty Calls” touches on the subject of lying. Guys, girls, married, single – we’re all guilty of little social lubricants as we navigate this thing called love.

But are these lies harmless or are we doing a social disservice to the people we’re involved with?

From letting someone down easy to trying to impress someone, to full on cheating on your spouse, why do we lie?

Guys?

Girls?

Please share your thoughts and experiences with the readers below. And thank you for sharing your truths!

Posted by Party Girl On March - 6 - 2011 Featured Artists

Mike Egan

When Jen get’s flown out to Vegas by James Kerrigan for a private VIP tour of Fear at Binion’s Haunted Casino, she discovers she’s not alone. Written and based on the diary by Jennifer Dawson.

Jen played by Jen Dawson
James Kerrigan played by Mike Egan
Bryce Wharton Powell III “Three” played by Jake Pavelka
Assistant played by Paul Vato

Director of Photography John Orphan
Episode Executive Producer Jennifer Dawson, Lyndon Chubbuck & Mike Egan.

Featuring music by The Ruse, Kevin MacLeod & Pictures of Then.

Posted by Party Girl On October - 30 - 2010 Episodes

Jake Pavelka as Three

When Three’s stories somewhat add up, Jen decides to prepare a family stye dinner fully equipped with a love triangle that plays out only in her mind. Written and based on the diary by Jennifer Dawson. PART 2

Jen played by Jennifer Dawson
Bryce Wharton Powell III “Three” played by Jake Pavelka
Majordomo played by Dennis Apergis
Director of Photography John Orphan
Episode Executive Producer Jennifer Dawson & Lyndon Chubbuck

Featuring music by Roz Cappello, Kevin MacLeod & Red Eye.

Posted by Party Girl On October - 28 - 2010 Episodes

Jen Dawson’s Party Girl Plus One featured in Oct/Nov Issue of h Monthly!

Jen Dawson's Party Girl Plus One

The Party has Arrived!

Be sure to pick up the Oct/Nov Issue of h Monthly, a Hollywood based magazine, and see what Hollywood has to say about Party Girl Plus One.

Todd Williamson, Editor & Chief

Story by Christina Ochoa Lopez

Photo by Robert Todd Williamson

Makeup by Lusine for Is Clinical

Hair by Patricia Morales

Mini by Juicy Couture

Shoes by Alice & Olivia

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Posted by Party Girl On October - 11 - 2010 Featured Artists

A TALENTED ENGLISH ARTIST

My FAVORITE part of doing Party Girl Plus One is connecting with all the people I meet on a daily basis.  And I’m not kidding.  Easily accomplished by sitting in my living room with the computer on my lap.

Clear across the Atlantic Ocean is where I met Justin Willis, an English Midlands based songwriter, musician and

Justin Willis

performer whose song “Time To Say Goodbye” off his second studio album “The Butterfly Zoo” (Revolver Records) opens up EP 8 Date 7: The Talented Mr. Somebody.  And a talented Mr. Somebody Justin is.

As 2010 would have it, we met on Twitter and took our appreciation for each other’s art to Myspace and finally to email.  Which says a lot about an artists who is connected to his fans.

Over the course of four months I learned Justin started his musical aspirations as the front man of indie trio Autumn Stone where the band achieved some success with headlining and supports at venues such as J.B’s, The Shed, The Little Civic along with the Varsity to name but a few.

The Butterfly Zoo

Performing radio sessions for BBC WM with Ben Turner and becoming Beacon Radios new band of the month,  the guys parted ways in 2005 to pursue their own individual paths.  Whilst writing and recording for local bands in his purpose built studio at his home, Justin started writing songs which were to later appear on his debut album “Silvermoon” these songs were given to Revolver Records who signed him to their label and in May 2008 they released his first album.

With his first single “Nothing Better“, which you can watch the video here , recorded and produced by Gavin Monaghan (The Editors, The Twangs) released in October 2009 and his second album “The Butterfly Zoo” released in March 2010.

Justin’s love of performing has led him to appear on radio up and down the country becoming a firm favorite on Beacon Radio with Andy Nash and through out the Midlands.  With his amazing band, Justin is now playing venues up and down the Midlands and headlining the Robin 2 in August and soon to be appearing on ITV’s Central news for the Midlands.”

With his melodic indie rock sound based on piano and guitars Justin’s live shows are enjoyed by everyone with a love of powerful, hard hitting songs and also those that love meaningful lyrics and intelligent ballads. Now if I only lived in England!

“Many times I have played a track or album I intend to review, and I need several hearings before I can form a rounded opinion, but this one grabbed me from the outset.  I have not been so moved by an original piece for a very long time and I knew immediately that I was experiencing something very special indeed.  It is a truly beautiful track.”

–Mel Flavell Ryans Gig Guide March 2010

For more information and songs visit: www.justinwillis.co.uk, myspace.com/justinwillismusic or facebook.com/jwillismusic.

Posted by Party Girl On August - 31 - 2010 Promote Your Gig Here

Jake Pavelka

Jen (Jennifer Dawson) parties with some friends at Bar Lubitsch where she meets Bryce Wharton Powell III “Three” (Jake Pavelka). After putting him through his paces, Jen discovers Three has more secrets than she anticipated, starting with a little T.M.I. he knows about her. Written and based on the diary by Jennifer Dawson. PART I

Jen played by Jennifer Dawson
Bryce Wharton Powell III “Three” played by Jake Pavelka
Director of Photography John Orphan
Episode Executive Producer Jennifer Dawson & Lyndon Chubbuck

Featuring music by Justin Willis, Kevin MacLeod & Pictures of Then.

Posted by Party Girl On August - 31 - 2010 Episodes

 
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