Deep Dish, the Grammy Award winning duo of Sharam Tayebi and Ali 'Dubfire'
Shirazinia, is one of the most successful and influential U.S. dance acts
of all time. The only Americans on the elite list of the world's top 10
DJs, the four-time Grammy nominees' last album, 'George Is On,'
included the internation hits 'Say Hello', 'Flashdance', and 'Dreams'
(with Stevie Nicks). In addition, they are among the most in-demand
producers/remixers, with credits including Madonna, Janet Jackson, The
Rolling Stones, Justin Timberlake, P. Diddy, and a Grammy-award
winning collaboration with Dido in 2001.
'Be The Change' is an eclectic composition by Sharam Tayebi, dedicated
to Anousheh Ansari and her historic achievement as the first female
private space explorer. Bringing light to her motto (and Ghandi
quote), 'Be The Change' pays homage to her Iranian heritage, drawing
upon Persian musical influences modernized with Deep Dish's signature sound.
For more information on Deep Dish, Sharam & Dubfire visit deepdish.com.
The National Space Society (NSS) is a grassroots membership organization dedicated to the creation of a spacefaring civilization. With over 20,000 member-subscribers, it is powerful voice for the future of human spaceflight. NSS was founded in 1974, and counts Tom Hanks, John Glenn, and Buzz Aldrin among its Board of Governors. The society has over 50 local chapters in the US and around the world. The society publishes Ad Astra Magazine, the leading periodical on human spaceflight, and organizes the annual International Space Development Conference, which in 2007 will be held in Dallas, Texas. Visit the society's website for more information: http://www.nss.org