If I Were Brave by Jana Stanfield [Sponsored by Awesome Women Hub]





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Jana Stanfield's "If I Were Brave" Awesome Women Hub Project

The amazing Jana Stanfield performs "If I Were Brave" with many of her Awesome Women Hub friends.

OFFICIAL Music Video of Jana Stanfield's "If I Were Brave" (Jimmy Scott & Jana Stanfield) off Jana's album, "What Would You Do This Year If You Had No Fear?"

Get "If I Were Brave" here: http://www.JanaStanfield.com

Video produced by Andrew Rozario (http://www.parkerrozario.com)

Jana Stanfield and the Awesome Women Hub come together for this remarkable project. The women of Awesome Women Hub shared photos of themselves being brave, no matter their age. The word "courage" comes from "coeur," the French word for "heart." All of these courageous women have taken on these brave acts with heart! Now everyone gets to witness and celebrate their brave acts, as well as our own. Become inspired by the song & photos to create your own brave act!

What would YOU do this year if you had no fear?


You've heard her music on 20/20, Entertainment Tonight, Oprah, the movie 8 Seconds, and radio stations nationwide. Her compositions are sung by Reba McEntire, Andy Williams and others, and Jana has shared stages with fellow performers ranging from Kenny Loggins to The Dixie Chicks.

Keynote Concerts, Inc. is the name of Jana's speaking business. For the past 15 years, Jana has made her living as a Keynote speaker at conferences and corporate events.

Relatively Famous Records has become one of the most successful companies of its kind. Jana started the company on her dining room table as Jana StanTunes Records, a one-woman operation. The company has since sold over 200,000 of Jana's CDs, entirely through her live performances, website, and word-of-mouth.

Jana's Music: Known as "The Queen of Heavy MENTAL," Jana describes her music as "psychotherapy you can dance to." With soaring vocals, acoustic arrangements, and meaningful lyrics, Jana Stanfield says that her goal is to use her music to give people a "faith-lift." Her fans say the music is the ideal alternative to Prozac... all the mood elevation with none of the water retention. For more information, visit http://www.JanaStanfield.com/


Created by internationally published author and women's mentor Robin Rice, the Awesome Women Hub is an effort by UpTribe Media and Be Who You Are Productions, Inc. The Awesome Women Hub is a place for women with positive intention to connect with each other by sharing about themselves and their work in the world, as well as linking to their facebook pages, blogs and websites. For more information, see: http://www.UpTribeMedia.com/ and http://www.AwesomeWomenHub.com/


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