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Writer and Official Tweetmeister DAVID MAMET Announces Winners for the"Rebecca Pidgeon- PidgeO -Tweet-O-Fest" #ILovedNoOne single from SLINGSHOT

NEW YORK, Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Alongside the annual Octoberfest pumpkin judging contests there comes the "Rebecca Pidgeon PidgeO -Tweet-O–Fest" – a contest where talented writers sent in their best tweets in 140 characters or less describing the phrase "I Love No One"- the title of singer-songwriter and actress Rebecca Pidgeon's recent single from her new album Slingshot (Decca Records).

Over 2200 entries were sorted through by Ms. Pidgeon and her Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and husband David Mamet to find 4 runners up and one lucky winner. All 5 entries have their winning tweets read online by Mamet himself. Watch here: http://www.rebeccapidgeon.com/tweet-winners-test-page/index.htm And the first prize winner will also receive a check in the amount of $500.00

Pidgeon, known for her dark lyrics and bright vocals, has been touted by Rolling Stone Magazine as "one of those rare singers who convey emotion purely..." Her latest album Slingshot has been called "stunning gathering of tunes" by the Chicago Tribune and "dark and enchanting" by the Washington Post, and "an easy listening album that showcases her crystalline voice, guitar and songwriting skills" by the Associated Press. AllMusic.com adds, "Pidgeon's songs are warm and inviting yet possess a steely, courageous backbone… a mature statement from a songwriter who is in a class of her own." Rebecca recently discussed the making of the record with the Wall Street Journal on wsj.com: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_0sjaU4-Hg

Recorded in Los Angeles, Slingshot is the third collaboration between Pidgeon and Grammy Award-winning producer Larry Klein. The 12 song CD is an intoxicatingly adult pop album that explores the intricate arc of love from desire to longing to despair and, alongside the Freedy Johnston/Pidgeon penned "I Loved No One" features the "tender, intimate, country-flavored plea" USA Today favorite "Baby Please Come Home Again." The album also offers a lone cover, a stirring, poignant version of Warren Zevon's "Searching for a Heart" that was featured in TV's Covert Affairs.

Pidgeon recently completed filming the Phil Spector biopic for HBO alongside Al Pacino and Helen Mirren that is slated for release in early 2013.

She will be touring with Grammy award winning songwriter Marc Cohn in November 2012 through January 2013.

For more information/tour dates visit www.rebeccapidgeonmusic.com

SOURCE David Mamet