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LOS ANGELES, Calif. – New York based singer-songwriter Carl Thornton follows his

debut song hit “Get Up!” with another dance track that is both romantic and


With an irresistible beat and lyrics, “Breathless” showcases Thornton’s versatile

talent from his ability to release a completely different song that is heartfelt and

somewhat provocative.

After performing professionally for ten years, Thornton has big plans to continue to

live his dream of becoming a force in the dance music scene with his debut EP out

this summer, the perfect soundtrack to be added to your poolside playlists.

“I wanted to show romance, tender moments and an intense connection between two

people.  My inspiration for the EP comes from my own personal experiences in love and

relationships,” Carl states.

“The feeling you get when you meet someone and there is this undeniable instant

connection, time seems to stop and it's as if being in that person's presence takes your

breath away.”

Carl has been performing professionally for ten years. His talents have taken him

to Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Holland, Istanbul, Dubai, and Portugal.

In 2012 he was contracted to tour and sing in China where he performed in

Shanghai, Gangzhou, Fuzhou, and Hong Kong at the Starlight Dance Clubs.

“Breathless” is now available on iTunes. Along with debut single “Get Up!” and

Singer, Songwriter, and Actor Carl Thornton was born in North Carolina, but at the tender

age of three his parents moved to Long Island, New York and there he was raised.  Carl

began singing at the age of seven in an elementary school chorus.  While on stage of the

very first performance he had an epiphany, that singing is what he wanted to do with his life.

 His talents have taken him to such places as Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Spain,

Holland, Istanbul, Dubai and Portugal.  In 2013 he was contracted to tour and sing in China.

From the opening notes of "GET UP!" Carl's first single, one hears the melodic drive and

irresistible beat that entices you to move with unabashed joy.  It has an electrifying,

pulsating beat.

Carl is currently singing with New York City Swing which is taking him all over the East.

 One of Carl's favorite quotes is "nothing beats a failure but a try," words he lives by daily.


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