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We just saw an article in Power Source Magazine about our work on the pilot for the upcoming Disney animated film “Toodles The Pink Poodle.”  Nadia is the voice of the character Lilly. She also sang a song with Michael and Avery.  VOG might do more work for the film which would be really cool!

The article below is about our studio session. You can also check out the story of Toodles The Pink Poodle from author and Disney Executive Producer Beth Roose. We had so much fun and are so thankful for the opportunity to work with Beth Roose and Disney, and look forward to great things … maybe even an Oscar!

The Voices Of Glory In Upcoming Disney Film Nadia Records Voice For Toodles The Pink Poodle
The Voices Of Glory recently visited Nashville to record their voices for the highly-anticipated, upcoming Disney animation pilot film, Toodles The Pink Poodle. Nadia (11) plays the role of Lilly and is also featured singing a solo with Michael and Avery lending their talents to the background vocals. Regarding her experience recording the voice forToodles, Nadia exclaims, “This has to be one of the most exciting things I have ever done, and I look forward to doing many more!” Then, with a big smile she adds, “Maybe one day I will win an Oscar!”
Beth Roose, Executive Producer and writer of Toodles The Pink Poodle says, “I am truly amazed with their talent. I want to add, I am so honored to work with The Voices Of Glory. I wish everyone I worked with was so polite, respectful, and willing… all qualities I hold dear.”
Michael (18) and Avery (15) said that they are very proud of their little sister Nadia. Michael adds, “God has opened up so many doors for us, and we continue to give Him all the glory. We would also like to extend a sincere thank you to Executive Producer, Beth Roose for this amazing opportunity.”
The talented family trio is scheduled to travel back to Nashville to record two songs for the film later this month. When asked what songs they would be recording, Avery did not want to reveal them … However, with a grin he exclaimed, “They are songs the Gospel music audience will definitely be familiar with!” One thing is certain, with voices and harmony like The Voices Of Glory, the recordings will undoubtedly be a success!

Comments on: "Toodles The Pink Poodle: Disney animated film pilot features VOG" (2)

  1. Beth Roose is lining up a lot of projects in the coming months! You can be part of an animated feature! Betty Roose Productions is holding auditions at the Reliant Park World Series of Dog Shows .The event will also feature a few Hollywood celebrities this year and opportunities for children to audition for speaking roles in a series of animated films. Celebrities scheduled to appear include John de Lancie (Q from “Star Trek”), Jon Provost (Timmy from the “Lassie” series), Jon Walmsly (Jason from “The Waltons”). For more information, check out our sites, bit.ly/oJISz7

  2. Hey Jaie! said:

    Buzzoose productions will also be scouting for talents at the The Reliant Park World Series of Dog Shows! Let’s check out the 34th Annual Reliant Park World Series of Dog Shows on July 20 to 24 in Houston’s Reliant Center.
    More info is available on: http://reliantdogshows.com/about/general-information

    Got kids who love animated movies? Here’s their chance to have a voice role in an animated feature entitled Jimmy Paul The Pug Tooth Fairy with the Singing Toothbrushes from Beth Roose Films. Other films from Beth Roose Productions include Elf Sparkle and Jimmy Paul the Pug Tooth Fairy. For more information, check out bit.ly/oJISz7

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