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Hi, my name is Tanja ("Tan-ya") Crouch. I am a writer of books, blogs and other thrilling adventures, and film and music business executive. I served as VP of Roy Orbison Enterprises for over a decade and currently manage Paragon Studios / Paragon Post, a recording studio and post production facility. We currently work on series Nashville and Granite Flats, and have worked on many feature films, including Olympus Has Fallen, Safe Haven, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, Home Run, The Paperboy, the Veggie Tales releases, to mention a few. I have written or co-written a few books: 100 Careers in the Music Business (Barrons), 100 Careers in Film and Television (Barrons), Truth or Dare: Do You Have The Courage to Change Your Life (Horizon), Sun King: The Life and Times of Sam Phillips, the Man Behind Sun Records (Piatkus Books), and The Gospel According to Elvis (Sanctuary). I am married to Kevin Crouch, who is an author and a college professor of fashion and costume design.
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