Sennheiser Serves Laughing Pizza

Atlanta (June 9, 2006)--Kids music is a booming sector in the music business, as the family/trio Laughing Pizza knows well. Launched in 2003 by the husband/wife songwriting team of Lisa Michaelis and Billy Schlosser to spend more quality time with their young daughter, Emily, the band recently signed to Sony Wonder and Epic Records, and now they're also Sennheiser endorsers to boot.
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Atlanta (June 9, 2006)--Kids music is a booming sector in the music business, as the family/trio Laughing Pizza knows well. Launched in 2003 by the husband/wife songwriting team of Lisa Michaelis and Billy Schlosser to spend more quality time with their young daughter, Emily, the band recently signed to Sony Wonder and Epic Records, and now they're also Sennheiser endorsers to boot.
The family musical group, Laughing Pizza--Billy Schlosser, his wife, Lisa Michaelis, and their nine-year-old daughter, Emily--serve up kids music using the Sennheiser EW152G2-A wireless headset and EW135G2-C handheld wireless microphones.Schlosse remarked, "Laughing Pizza plays hundreds of live shows a year, and anywhere we go we have Sennheiser wireless mics, which are essential for getting the best possible sound from the stage to the kids and families that we perform for."

The group uses a Sennheiser EW152G2-A hands-free headset and EW135G2-C handheld wireless mics. Schlosser explained, "Our songs are for kids, the clarity of the words is key, and that's why we went with Sennheiser: The ability of the mics to cut through and communicate the vocals and their message is outstanding."

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