Nashville, TN (July 4, 2022) – United States Army veteran and singer/songwriter Malachias recently released his debut solo album “For Those That Remain.” You can listen to it HERE!

The life story of the American military veteran, For Those That Remain is dedicated to all the veterans who are still standing tall and living their lives, regardless of their injuries – either physical or mental – and to the family members who have lost loved ones either in combat or through suicide. This album seeks to put a spotlight on the sacrifice our military service members and nations warfighters give daily on a basis.

Track Listing:
1. Legacy
2. All For You
3. Baptized By Fire
4. Falling Down
5. Wallet Size
6. Cut Off
7. For Those That Remain
8. A Warrior’s Garden

With patriotic lyrics like take our hand and we’ll walk you through, we’ll walk shoulder to shoulder with you, the title track shines a light on the camaraderie American military members share for one another.

“I’ve been sitting with this album stuck in my head for several years,” Malachias explains. “The purpose of For Those That Remain is to tell the life story of the military veteran – from the desire to want to join as a child and take his place in the family legacy, to the differences after coming home from combat, to finding a new purpose after the military. Having lived every one of these songs myself, I felt like it was a story, in its entirety, that needed to be told…not just from the perspective of the veteran, but also from the loved ones in the family as well.”

About Malachias:
Malachias was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana and grew up listening to Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Fats Domino and Southern Rock music. He always had music in his heart and mind from his childhood all the way through his school years. Right after high school, he helped launch the first of what would be many bands throughout his 30 years in music.

Malachias served in the Indiana Army National Guard as both a Combat Medic and an Infantryman. During his time on active duty, he deployed to Iraq twice – once as a medic and then a second time as an Army Bandsman, fronting the 3rd Infantry Divisions rock/county cover band “Sasquatch.”

Over the years, Malachias fronted many different bands in multiple genres, including Rock, Blues, County, Punk, Metal, and Alternative. In 2004, he had his first taste of music stardom with his rock band “Severence.” He had driven to Chicago to audition for the TV show INXS Rock Star and was kept behind by the staff to inquire about his original music and his band. Shortly after that, “Severence” fell apart and Malachias re-enlisted in the U.S. Army as a Combat Medic (Health Care Specialist).

Malachias has been compared to many different vocalists, such as Scott Stapp, Layne Staley, Sully Erna and Chad Kroger, but he brings his own vocal flavor to the stage. He has been blessed to learn under the tutelage of Brett Manning (Singing Success). His music is a mixture of Hard Rock and Southern Rock and his faith is sprinkled throughout the lyrics.

Malachias retired from the Army and moved to the Nashville, TN area in 2014 and released his debut solo album For Those That Remain.

For more information, visit and connect with Malachias on Facebook and Instagram.



Nashville, TN (June 24, 2022) – Nashville based singer/songwriter Amanda McCarthy recently released her new single “Sunset.” You can listen to the song HERE!

With whimsical lyrics like singing me to sleep with your melody so sweet, like a cherry on a sundae after a long day, Amanda’s retro-sounding new single will be a delicious addition to summer playlists.

“The origin of Sunset is partly literal and partly metaphorical,” Amanda explains. “The hook line came to me while watching the sunset in Los Angeles over the water. I knew instantly who the song was going to be about and started brainstorming. The weird part was this person texted me 5 minutes later – after we hadn’t spoken in months – so, that was my sign that I was on to something. My sound isn’t usually quite this pop/electronic, but I always let the song lead where it needs to go…and I really wanted to capture that moment in Los Angeles within the production of the song. My producer (Kristian Veech) helped me really lean into that LA-pop vibe with 80’s synth influences as well. This song will be part of my next studio album that I hope to have released by next spring.”

About Amanda McCarthy:
Amanda McCarthy is a storyteller compelled to speak the truth. Based in Nashville since 2020, with a 10+ year start to her career in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, she is an award-winning songwriter, entertainer and recording artist. Blending many influences, her original music is the infusion of pop, country, modern folk and rock – sprinkled with millennial snark and the heart of an old soul. Her debut album “Road Trip” was released in 2019 to high acclaim and she tours nationally when possible, with experience in all four corners of the country, including NYC and Los Angeles. Her single “Don’t Stop Me” was released on March 16, 2022.

Amanda’s original music has been recognized through the Grammy Nomination Ballot, Great American Song Contest, International Songwriting Competition, UK Songwriting Contest, Nashville Daily, YEP Nashville, SongDoor, Cornell University’s Emerging Artist Series, NYC’s Coffee Music Project, Nashville’s Josie Music Awards, Hollywood Music in Media Awards, Atlanta’s ISSA Awards, New England based shows for the New England Music Awards, Worcester Music Awards, Limelight Music Magazine and the Southern New England Music Expo – most notably being named as Songwriter of the Year at the 2019 New England Music Awards.

Radio has been supportive with airplay on Nashville Daily, The River 102.5, The Bull 101.7, WKLB 102.5, ROCK 101, WATD 105.9, FRANK 106.3, NH + MA 104.9  and others, including college and online radio, with “San Diego” hitting #1 on SheWolfRadio (Nashville) and #6 on Sweet Sunday Sounds (Australia), “Folk Song” hitting #3 on Ignition Country(UK), “Tiki Bar” hitting #9 on Radio A1A (Florida) and “Sticks and Stones” hitting #1 on ipmNation (New Hampshire). “Sticks and Stones” was featured in the documentary “Bullied to Silence” and Amanda’s music has been used as the theme song for several programs/organizations.

Amanda has supported shows for Steven Tyler (of Aerosmith), Hunter HayesTrainImagine DragonsRob ThomasREO SpeedwagonHall & OatesOneRepublicStyxJason Lancaster (of Mayday Parade), PentatonixJames ArthurJason IsbellNatasha BedingfieldO.A.R.Frank TurnerFitz & the TantrumsHawthorne HeightsLevi HummonAlex Preston, and Abby Anderson. She has also been a guest of NASCAR and Royal Caribbean, and had a National Anthem performance televised on ESPN.

Amanda is looking forward to several cuts by other artists along with her own releases throughout 2022. She currently performs solo acoustic, as a duo/trio, and with her full band.

For more information, visit and follow Amanda on FacebookInstagramTwitter and TikTok.



Nashville, TN (June 24, 2022) – Country music singer/songwriter and recording artist Megan Barker recently released the official music video for her new single “Friend Like That” (co-written with Kelly McKay and Tyler Flowers). You can watch the video HERE!

With charismatic lyrics like I see Monica and Rachel drinking coffee on TV, I’ve been lookin’ for someone to roll like that with me, “Friend Like That” is sure to deliver a relatable message to listeners.

Friend Like That is the anthem I needed,” Megan explains. “I think I needed to know that everyone else eats Taco Bell, feels insecure and is too chicken to try a hot yoga class…just like me. It’s been fun to realize I’m not alone and I loved having some of my favorite female artists in Nashville join me in the music video! It was a blast.”

About Megan Barker:
Megan Barker came into this world with songwriting in her blood. Born in Nashville, Megan’s father wrote songs for legends like Ronnie MilsapBarbara MandrellHank Williams Jr. and more. By the age of 16, Megan was living in Las Vegas and performing live music professionally on the world famous Las Vegas Strip, and opening concerts for superstars like Lee BriceMontgomery GentryEli Young Band and more.

Since moving back to her hometown of Nashville, TN in 2017, Megan has performed at famed venues and showcases like The Bluebird CafeWhiskey JamBusCallRevivalCMA Fest and more. In 2018, Megan released her highly anticipated EP “Leather Souls,” produced by Brad Hill (Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne), which has garnered over half a million streams to date. That same year, Megan started the popular weekly live show in Nashville, Jammin In Jammies, which features hit songwriters performing their hit songs in pajamas.

In 2019, Megan embarked on her first European tour, traveling across both Scotland and Ireland. She has also received endorsements from Shure MicrophonesMcPherson Guitars and Dan Post cowboy boots.

For more information, visit and connect with Megan on InstagramFacebook and TikTok.




Nashville, TN (June 22, 2022) – Country music recording artist Allison Asarch recently launched a GoFundMe campaign to assist with funding her upcoming debut tour.

“The Backyard Tour” will be an intimate experience with Allison performing up-close and personal at house concerts, breweries and local venues. She is currently booking dates and is scheduled to perform at Tiki Cove in Tampa, Florida on October 8, 2022. If you’d like to host a show, please inquire here.

“As an independent artist, touring is crucial to connecting with my fans and connecting with the new fans I’ll make along the way,” Allison explains. “This tour will be an intimate experience with me, LIVE, up-close and personal! I have loved attending private concerts in the past, and I want to be able to bring my music to you, not just you listening on your radio. I am so so proud of my debut album Texas To Tennessee and have gotten great feedback from it so far; why not go on tour!”

All donations will be rewarded with exclusive merchandise including limited edition pop sockets and t-shirts, hand-written thank you notes, signed “Texas to Tennessee” albums, lyric sheets and more. To donate, you can click HERE!

Allison’s music has been very well-received by both fans and press alike. She has been featured in numerous publications, including MediumBuzzMusicNew Music Weekly MagazineThe Country NoteSkope MagazineMusic City MelodiesDivine MagazineNashville Music Guide, Music Row Magazine and more.

About Allison Asarch:
Growing up in Houston, Texas, Allison Asarch discovered her love for music at a young age. As a child, she would perform at her grandparents’ annual Christmas talent show, but it wasn’t until she reached 4th grade that she knew she wanted to make a career out of it. “My music teacher, Ms. Teagarden, had everyone singing and smiling…including the boys! I loved the joy music brought to me and everyone else.”

Raised on powerhouse vocalists like Tina TurnerShania Twain and Freddie Mercury, Allison began cultivating her own unique sound while attending Otterbein University’s School of Music in Westerville, Ohio. It was there that she began teaching herself how to play the guitar, while also taking piano lessons during her freshman and sophomore years. She was also a member of the school’s choir, training in classical opera and traveling to Ireland and Germany to perform.

In 2018, Allison moved to Nashville, Tennessee to start chasing her dreams. When the Coronavirus pandemic hit in early 2020, she seized the opportunity to start recording and releasing her own music. Heavily influenced by Taylor Swift, Allison combines country, pop and jazz elements in her songs. In September 2020, she released her first single called Taylor Made. That same month, she appeared on the Netflix Original show “Sing On!” where she took first place and won over $42,000. She followed up with the releases of several subsequent singles, including Sippin’ on Somethin’Summer StyleSummer DressNeon Nobody and Midnight Daydream.

In late 2021, Allison began performing Country music and classic Rock n’ Roll hits with her band on Broadway, Nashville’s legendary strip of honky-tonks. Her debut album entitled “Texas to Tennessee” was released on February 11, 2022 and is currently available on all streaming platforms.

Allison is currently nominated for The Josie Music Awards’ “Rising Star of the Year.” The awards will take place on October 23, 2022 at the Grand Ole Opry House. Tickets can be purchased here.

An advocate for female empowerment, Allison is building her team around talented women. “I know there are wonderfully accomplished women who play instruments, sing backup vocals, produce and create. I want to help shine a light on those women and organizations the best I can!”

In her spare time, Allison enjoys attending Nashville Predators hockey games and sampling craft beers at local breweries.

For more information, visit and follow Allison on InstagramFacebookTikTok and Twitter.



Nashville, TN (June 17, 2022) – Country music singer/songwriter Emily Myers recently released the official music video for her single “Unwrite Every Song.” You can watch the video HERE!
With touching lyrics like these melodies are memories that I’ve had to live, heartaches, mistakes, regrets to forgive, “Unwrite Every Song” (written by Emily Myers, Amanda McCarthy and Tom Shubsda) describes a beautiful narrative that many listeners will relate to.
“I am inspired by everyday stories – what makes someone laugh, cry, persevere,” Emily explains. “I create music to give these stories, both yours and mine, an outlet to reveal our deep similarities and learn from our stark differences. Music is reminder that we are not alone. We are in this journey together.”

About Emily Myers:
Heartfelt vocals coalesce with a keen sense of imaginative storytelling, forming the backdrop to Emily Myers’ captivating Country/Americana sound. These visceral elements have been pivotal to Emily’s success, as she’s graced many stages across the U.S.

Hailing from Jefferson City, her upbringing nurtured her musical talents. Her vocal palette is wide and far-ranging, and is known to traverse styles all the way from Country-Pop to more singer/songwriter style piano ballads. Deeply rooted in her music is the art of storytelling, focusing on the themes of self-discovery, love, faith and lessons we encounter throughout life.

While the world ebbs and flows, music has been a constant in Emily Myers’ life. Her musical curiosity led her to take piano, voice, dance and guitar lessons at an early age, before discovering a passion for musical theatre. During her studies in opera and theatre at Oklahoma City University, she soon discovered her true calling in the craft of songwriting. It was not long before Emily was playing original songs to friends, and was hooked on the feeling of spreading and affecting positivity.

Emily’s newest single, ‘Unwrite Every Song,’ was released on May 13, 2022 and is the title track to an EP that will follow later this year. This song questions if you would rather not have the negative experiences of heartbreak and grief in life even if it means there wouldn’t be inspiration for the songs written. It is a song that perfectly represents who Emily is in this season of writing and highlights both the detailed, hope-filled storytelling and the soaring vocals that define her music.

This music follows ‘Bare Feet,’ her debut single released on Labor Day weekend, Friday, Sept. 4, 2020. It was followed by two more singles, ‘Skyline’ and ‘Wallflower,’ in the following months, with all three tracks perfectly capturing the mood and style that Emily Myers manifests in her productions.

Emily has embarked on a new business venture (started last year), writing custom songs for everyday people. She has written songs celebrating their biggest milestones from weddings to graduations to anniversaries and all the intimate, beautiful moments in between.

Additionally, Emily competed in the WAJ Competition & Immerse Competition, was a featured songwriter in Project21 concert series, and is also a professional worship leader.

For more information, visit and follow Emily on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, TwitterSpotify and Apple Music.



Nashville, TN (June 17, 2022) – Pop singer/songwriter and recording artist Spencer Jordan recently released his new single “16 and in Love.” You can listen to the song HERE!

With honest lyrics like while all my friends are holding hands in hallways, out for the whole damn world to see, I’m hoping I won’t spend the rest of always wondering what it’s like to be, “16 and in Love” is one of Spencer’s most genuine songs yet.

“Pride month is a super happy and affirming time for me,” Spencer explains. “But, it’s also a time where I think deeply about how long I was in the closet. I feel like I’m a pretty well-adjusted young adult, but I still can’t help but feel like I missed out – all of the late night conversations my best friends were having about who they thought was cute – hell, I feel like I didn’t actually get to learn how to flirt! Every year around this time, I have to start unpacking this again. This year, I wrote a song about it. 16 and in Love is a love letter to high school and to anyone who has ever felt this way.”

Already a hit on TikTok, receiving over 350K views, fans have been leaving comments like:
“This song sums up so much of my life before coming out.”

“Being gay means being a teenager well into your 20/30s because our teenage years were filled with self-doubt…can’t wait for the song!”

“Beautiful and heartbreakingly relatable…thank you for making a song that encapsulates everything I feel.”

About Spencer Jordan:
Spencer Jordan is a pop singer/songwriter from Jupiter, Florida. After graduating from the University of Florida in 2016, he began his songwriting and artist career in Nashville, Tennessee. Spencer’s music is a mixture of the music he listened to growing up in his small beach town and the prevailing sounds found in today’s pop, and his writing focuses on the everyday struggles and victories that come with life, love, and growing up. He released his debut EP Season 1 in the fall of 2020 and is currently a published writer with 300 Entertainment.
You can connect with Spencer on InstagramTikTok and Spotify.




Nashville, TN (June 10, 2022) – Americana singer-songwriter Charlotte Morris recently released her new single “Good Kind of Hurt.” You can listen to the song HERE!

After watching a close veteran family member struggle with alcoholism, Charlotte was inspired to write this song. Too often, those who served their country, and are now struggling with a myriad of mental health issues, are forgotten and left behind.

With poignant lyrics like you claim that you can stop at any time, it’s just the way you blow off steam, unwind, “Good Kind of Hurt” foreshadows a message many listeners will connect with.

“I’m hoping that this song can bring more awareness to, and spark more conversation around, the mental illness that is addiction, as well as its close ties to PTSD and our veterans,” Charlotte explains. “All of my music is super personal and autobiographical, andGood Kind of Hurt is no exception. If my song can help at least one person seek help for themselves or their loved ones, it will be a success in my eyes.”

Charlotte will also release a music video for “Good Kind of Hurt” later this summer.

About Charlotte Morris:
Charlotte Morris is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter whose music showcases a unique blend of Americana, Folk, Pop and Country music. From her lilting folk ballads to her rock anthems for a new generation, Charlotte displays a wide aptitude for various styles. She draws inspiration from many of her favorite artists including Delta RaeBrandi CarlileSara Bareilles, and Liz Longely, as well as folk legends like Peter, Paul and MarySimon & Garfunkel, and Joni Mitchell. Her songs, which are mostly auto-biographical, also reflect her years in the theatre, with nuances and lyrical storytelling akin to musical theatre writing. Described as “the love-child of Judy Collins, deftly playing her violin, guitar and our heartstrings”, Charlotte’s music and heartfelt on-stage presence bring audience members along for the emotional ride.

Charlotte released her debut EP To New York, With Love in June 2018, which received recognition from newspapers, music blogs, and playlists worldwide. Since then, Charlotte has released a number of singles, including 2 “quarantunes” about the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as a 5 song EP, Sputnik, produced by Nashville-based, Mitch Dane. In Spring 2019, Charlotte embarked on her first solo tour, performing in 15+ cities across the country including Nashville, Austin, and NYC. At the end of 2020, Charlotte released her first full length album, Songs for My Next Ex – an 8-part “story album” that, when listened to from top to bottom, takes listeners through the highs and lows of a tumultuous, yet transformative relationship.

After almost two years, Charlotte is back with new music, produced by Will Gawley of Charlotte Avenue Entertainment. “Good Kind of Hurt” (released on June 10, 2022) is the first of a slew of new releases coming soon from this emerging artist.”

For more information, visit and connect with Charlotte on FacebookInstagramTwitter and TikTok.


Nashville, TN (June 3, 2022) – Independent recording artist Brittany Bexton recently released the official music video for her single “Believe Again.” You can watch the video HERE!

Co-written with Erica Sunshine Lee, the emotional ballad is Brittany’s autobiographical journey through her many obstacles. With heartfelt lyrics like how can you trust when your life is shattered, how can you stand when you’re on your knees, “Believe Again” delivers a significant message that is sure to resonate with listeners.

“I wrote Believe Again about my journey healing from PTSD and what it was like getting my faith back in the midst of it,” Brittany explains. “I didn’t want it to be another song that was overly positive. For me, it was a raw biopic of everything I was going through at the time, when my daily prayer was God, I believe! Help me overcome my unbelief. Writing and singing this song has been healing for me and it has been such a joy to see how it’s touched other people. I truly believe that music has the power to break through barriers and bring people hope again. So many people have been through traumatic experiences in their lives and haven’t fully processed the experience. We have been through collective trauma in the last 2.5 years worldwide and I’m so excited to be able to put the music video for this song out now. I hope that it will heal hearts the same way it helped me heal my own.”

About Brittany Bexton:
Brittany Bexton grew up with Aretha Franklin, Motown, and rock and roll as the soundtracks that influenced her musical palate. She began her career as a youngster performing in hometown choirs and the theatre. Brittany studied music intently in high school and took vocal lessons with four master teachers. She attended Pacific Conservatory Theater (PCPA) where she studied acting, singing and dancing, and worked in professional musical theater. In 2011, the determined Northern California native moved to Nashville to dedicate her concentrations toward her music as a full-time endeavor.

Since her relocation to Music City, Brittany has released two CDs (a self-titled album and an EP titled FREE FALL); she has toured to perform at fairs and festivals in 18 states (performing at Fiddler’s & Fiddleheads Festival/Oconto County Fair/Gogebic County Fair/Sonoma County Fair/Wyoming West Festival) sharing the spotlight with Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Craig Wayne Boyd, Jason Sellers and Sarah Buxton among others.

In Nashville, Brittany has played at special events and venues including 12th & Porter, The Rutledge and The Amethyst Affair. As an active advocate against domestic abuse, Brittany works closely with various charities and affiliated organizations dedicating her time to lend assistance in awareness campaigns throughout the year. In addition to the US, her music has enjoyed airplay in the UK and Europe.

Brittany believes in a greater gift—that her music and writing have a greater purpose to bring joy, laughter, connection and hope to her listeners. Sharing personal insight, testimonials and her belief in a greater power, Brittany has written an inspiring book titled “Learning To Believe Again: 30 Days To Finding Hope, Faith & Comfort in God’s Truth.” (Released February 2020.)  The 200-plus page paperback complements the hopeful and inspiring message of her debut single, “Believe Again,” released on February 28, 2020. She released the official music video for the song on June 3, 2022.

For more information, visit and connect with Brittany on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.



Nashville, TN (June 3, 2022) – Independent recording artist Sarah Mae Chilton recently released her new, seven-song album entitled “Tucson.” You can listen to it HERE!

Track Listing:
1. Found Myself in the Desert
2. One of These Days
3. Go Away Ghost
4. Caving In
5. Copenhagen
6. Tucson
7. We are a Miracle

At the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, Sarah Mae went out to Tucson, Arizona where her dad had recently moved. She stayed in The Grand Canyon State for six months, recording music that was inspired by the Wild Wild West.

“The Tucson record was truly a miracle album,” Sarah Mae explains. “When Covid first hit, I was literally at a crossroads. I was in a fallout with some good friends, dealing with the aftermath of a toxic relationship, barely making enough on Broadway to cover expenses and in new recovery. Things were not looking good. Going out to Tucson, I found myself again. I got healing in the Arizona sunshine – the most beautiful place I’d ever seen. A generous neighbor offered to support a record and chose a famous studio known for recording for Iron and Wine. The music out there has a lot of inspiration from Mariachi bands and Hispanic culture. Tucson is about love and it’s about miracles. It’s a story of new beginnings and choosing to look toward the sunshine.”

Sarah Mae previously released “Caving In” and “Go Away Ghost,” both receiving positive feedback from fans and press.

About Sarah Mae Chilton:
Carolina born, Nashville trained and world bound. Sarah Mae Chilton’s positive, humorous approach to heartbreak and life adds a fresh voice to the pop and pop-country market. Born in Winston-Salem, NC, she first started performing gigs during high school at local writer’s nights, in her own rock band and for church youth events. During this time, she truly discovered her passion and realized that she wanted to be a music artist.

Sarah Mae got her degree from UNC Chapel Hill and studied Music Composition and Anthropology. Post-graduation she moved to Nashville, TN to pursue her musical dreams.

In Nashville, she makes a living singing on Broadway at Tootsies Orchid Lounge – a place famous for discovering legends such as Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson and many more. She has been able to write with artists from genres as varied as rap to country, including some Grammy-nominated writers. She now hosts weekly open-mic nights at the venue.

Sarah Mae Chilton has a lot of music up her sleeve these days and more ambition than ever to make her wildest dreams come true. In March of 2021, she released her album Southern Glitter Pop, followed by her subsequent album Tucson on June 3, 2022.

For more information, visit and follow Sarah Mae on FacebookInstagram and Spotify.



Nashville, TN (June 3, 2022) – Rising Indie Rock recording artist Aspasia recently released her new single “Raining.” You can listen to the song HERE!

With ominous lyrics like now I’m spilling all my guts, and I hope it’s not too much, but I just can’t find the words that I’m looking for, “Raining” foreshadows the beginning of the end.

“I kept running into my ex boyfriend 3 years after we broke up,” Aspasia explains. “We would talk about our past relationship and I questioned whether we could still work things out. I romanticized our past and pictured myself running back to him like in the movies. He strung me along, but could never make up his mind about us. Every time we talked, without fail, it was raining. I figured that it had to mean something – maybe a bad omen or a sign to move on. The day I wrote this song was the last day we ever spoke.”

About Aspasia:
Aspasia is an Indie/Rock artist based in Nashville, TN. Her exciting live shows compel audience members to dance to the melodic synth and dynamic drums beats. Influenced by artists like CoinTwenty One Pilots and Hippo Campus, Aspasia has a passion for lyrical storytelling and hopes to take listeners on an introspective journey when listening to her music. At the end of every show, spectators get a unique and unforgettable experience as Aspasia sends a sea of bubbles into the crowd.

Aspasia released her single “The Millennial” on April 22, 2022, receiving positive feedback from both fans and the press. Her newest single “Raining” was released on June 3, 2022.

For more information, visit and follow Aspasia on FacebookInstagram and TikTok.