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Monday, February 15, 2010

Will Orianthi Play On Environment Man's Atomic Cat?

By Jerry Kurl

Orianthi Panagaris, left, is the hottest new rock star on the scene. She was ready to raise the roof at the O2 with Michael Jackson in London and now she has her own album out. She is ready to tour and recently appeared on "The View." This Australian cutie can hold her own with any of the rock legends and speculation is running rampant about whether she is going to agree to play on Environment Man's planned single, "Atomic Cat." Our people are talking to her people. Eman, right, is very excited.

At 24 years old, Orianthi has already experienced what most aspiring musicians only dream of. She's opened for her hero (Steve Vai), backed an Idol (Carrie Underwood), traded solos with a legend (Carlos Santana) and shared the stage with the King of Pop (Michael Jackson). What's left to conquer? Collaborating with Environment Man?

Eman, left, has told us that he has another cut that would fit Orianthi too; his climate change song "Cap & Trade." Eman is hoping to get Orianthi in the studio when she is in L.A., D.C. or New York. We can't wait to hear this collaboration. Orianthi, right, has the chops and Eman has the swagger. Stay tuned folks. Orianthi is the next big thing and Eman already has a rabid cult following. I'm willing to bet the two will make incredible music together.

Songs from Orianthi's new album "Believe."

According to You - Believe - 2009 - 3:20

Believe - Believe - 2009 - 3:40

Suffocated - Believe - 2009 - 3:04

Bad News - Believe - 2009 - 3:10

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