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Say It with a Song: PetSmart and Lyric Culture Team Up for Exclusive Ready-to-Wear Pet Clothing Line


PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A bark or howl will sound right in tune when pet parents discover iconic song lyrics on new Lyric Culture apparel available now at  PetSmart® (NASDAQ: PETM). Already popular with celebrities for its men's and women's clothing and accessories,  Lyric Culture ( brings ready-to-wear apparel to pets through this exclusive partnership with PetSmart.

The limited-edition collection features clothing with phrases from nine famous songs that will have fashionable dogs styled like the celebrity fans of the brand, who often appear on the pages of weekly entertainment magazines wearing Lyric Culture. High notes from the line include dresses and tees with famous lyrics, including: "Material Girl," "Walking on Sunshine" and "All You Need is Love." Affordably priced between $9.99 and $15.99, these rockin' fashions will be available in store and online now through April."Lyric Culture combines music and fashion, and with PetSmart, we're bringing the power of song lyrics to pet parents and their pets," said Hanna Rochelle, founder of Lyric Culture. "Dogs will be runway-ready in these cute clothes that give a playful twist to some of the hottest hit songs of all time, like Bad to the Bone."

"Our partnership with Lyric Culture is a perfect opportunity to bring a growing, fashion-forward brand to PetSmart customers who want to share their love of music with their pets," said Laurie Taylor, PetSmart's vice president of dog and cat hardgoods. "We're excited to introduce another exclusive line of apparel, joining our Bret Michaels Pets Rock and Martha Stewart Pets collections."





Jimi Hendrix Celebrated at Bloomingdale's With Lyric Culture Line Launch, Legacy Catalog and Ultimate Lyric Book Signing

Lyric Culture (PINKSHEETS: LYJN), the music inspired lifestyle brand driven by the lyrics of legendary musical artists, has announced the launch of its new Jimi Hendrix men's collection, exclusively at Bloomingdale's nationwide. With input from Experience Hendrix, LLC, the family-owned company whose mission is to preserve and protect the musical legacy of Jimi Hendrix, Lyric Culture created exclusive designs featuring the lyrics to Jimi Hendrix's most celebrated songs along with imagery of the music legend, named the Greatest Guitar Player of All Time by Rolling Stone. The collection of graphic screen print tees, scarves, men's dress shirts, hoodies and cuff links (retail $48-$98) will hit the floor at Bloomingdale's stores in early November coinciding with what would have been Hendrix's 70th birthday this month.

 Bloomingdale's 59th Street, as well as all other Bloomindales locations, nationwide, will also offer original Jimi Hendrix recordings that have been released by Experience Hendrix through its partnership with Sony's Legacy division. Titles include Valleys of Neptune, Axis: Bold As Love, Are You Experienced, Electric Ladyland, and many others in CD and LP formats.

In conjunction with Lyric Culture's 'shop in shop' launch at Bloomingdale's Manhattan flagship on 59th Street, Janie Hendrix, CEO of Experience Hendrix LLC and sister of Jim Hendrix, will be signing copies of Jimi Hendrix: The Ultimate Lyric Book, just published by Backbeat Books on Thursday, November 8 from 6 to 8 PM. The book, which Janie compiled, contains the words to all the Hendrix classics fans have rocked along to for years as well as unpublished songs from previously undiscovered sources. This personal collection includes numerous examples of Jimi's lyrics, and photos -- many never before published -- accompany every song. Music Radar called Jimi Hendrix: The Ultimate Lyric Book "a fascinating visual examination..." The combination of the Lyric Culture collection, the original Hendrix music catalog and the Ultimate Lyric Book represents a first in terms of aggregating such a vast array of Hendrix-branded products under one roof.

Janie Hendrix commented, "We're delighted to partner with Lyric Culture to launch this line of Jimi Hendrix apparel and jewelry. Jimi's words, music and handwriting have been cherished by so many for so long and this underscores how resonant his art has been all this while and, certainly into the future."

"We are honored to celebrate the 70th birthday of Jimi Hendrix with a new Lyric Culture men's fashion collection inspired by the fearless and innovative lyrics of one of rock music's most influential artists," said Hanna Rochelle, founder of Lyric Culture. "His legendary style and iconic music is integrated into every design. Some pieces even include Jimi's actual handwritten lyrics incorporated into the fabric prints," she continued.


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I don't think I'll be satisfied with a perfect score until Lyric Culture has 100% brand recognition and has made an impact on the music business... in a major way.   
-Hanna Rochelle, Founder of Lyric Jeans, Inc.

Hanna with Fergie


Music Rocks

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Walmart             Hard Rock

   Walmart              Hard Rock


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Pink Floyd                    Bob Marley          


    dELiA's                Urban Outfitters
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                       Kay Jewelers & Jared - The Galleria of Jewelry  

Music Rocks

   Claire's                      Lord & Taylor
Lyrix jewelry                                                                   Lord and Taylor                       



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LYJN is an established company with over a half-decade of success and revenues under its belt, a unique corner on the market, and a massive growth strategy currently happening.  LYJN designs, produces, and sells loads of fashion-forward clothing, jewelry, and accessories at retailers like Bloomingdale's, Claire's Boutiques, Wal-Mart, Hard Rock Shops, dELiA's, Kay Jewelers, Jared, Lord & Taylor, and specialty boutiques across the United States, and the globe.  Check out some of the products shown below that LYJN has sold at many maintstream retailers nationwide! Indeed, LYJN is not the typical pink sheet developmental company running on hype, 'what ifs', business plan execution failures, and the whims of speculation.  Quite the contrary, LYJN enjoys a healthy revenue stream and strong, projected profits ... facts unheard of with 97.97% of the stocks on the OTC markets.  LYJN is a long-term investment.




Lyric Jeans, Inc. ("Lyric Culture" or "LYJN") is a rapidly growing, fashion/music oriented company providing apparel, jewelry, and other accessories that appeal to different retail tiers, and carry licensing rights to use lyrics of legendary artists such as The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Black Crowes, Bob Dylan, Dead or Alive, Don McClean, Elvis Presley, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, The Guess Who, INXS, James Brown, John Lennon, Johny Cash, Kiss, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Madonna, Meat Loaf, Michael Jackson, Rob Thomas, The Rolling Stones, Santana, - along with various contemporary artists like Lil' Wayne, Miley Cyrus, Carrie Underwood - and countless others.  LYJN holds licensing deals with the largest music publishing companies in the world - including Warner Chappell, Universal, EMI, Sony/ATV, and Disney. 

Singer-songwriter Hanna Rochelle Schmieder founded the Lyric Culture in 2005 as a way to marry the ever growing fashion business with her love of music.  Her vision has been to support songwriters and bring their words to life visually through creative apparel and lifestyle products. 

Lyric Culter Founder, Ms. Schmieder, states: "We put a whole lotta love into every design. Call it a modern twist on wearing your heart on your sleeve (and pant leg or belt buckle).  Go ahead... try on some songs that fit!


Business Description
Lyric Culture, dba Lyric Jeans, Inc. (OTC: LYJN) designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and distributes apparel and accessories inspired by famous song lyrics throughou the United States. The company offers tees, fleece, tanks, hoodies, scarves, jeans, jewelry, leather jackets, handbags, belts and buckles, blankets, and more for men, women, and children, and other mammals.  under its
Lyric Culture, Lyrix, LyricNation, Lyric Lover, Lyric Generation, Music Rocks brands.  Lyric Culture offers its products to wholesalers through independent sales representatives and trade shows, which place the appropriate Lyric brands into national apparel stores such as
Bloomingdale's, Claire's Boutiques, Wal-Mart, Hard Rock Shops, dELiA's, Kay Jewelers, Jared, Lord & Taylor, and specialty boutiques.  In addition, LYJN sells its products online at


1000 Cory Avenue, West Hollywood,California 9oo69-3114 

Transfer Agent
Transfer Online, 317 SW Alder Street 2nd Floor Portland, OR 97204

E-mail Address


Reporting Data  
Reporting Status:   OTC - non-reporting
Latest Report:    June 2, 2011 1st Quarter Report*
Fiscal Year End:    12/31


Profile Data  
SIC - Industry Classification: Apparel/Accessories
Incorporated In: Florida
Year of Incorporation: 2006
President: Hanna R. Schmieder
Primary Place of Business: West Hollywood, California



Share Structure & Profits*    
Market Cap (Per 30-Day EMA) $3.2 Million a/o November 21, 2011
Oustanding Shares (O/S) 695.5 Million  a/o December 2, 2011
Authorized Shares (A/S) 1 Billion  a/o May 31, 2011
Float 281.8 Million a/o May 31, 2011


Number of Shareholders*    
Shareholders of Record based on First Quarter 10Q 648 a/o May 31, 2011


Shell Ownership & Splits*  
Prior Holding Company     Shell Transfer Dates*
Universal Media Holdings, Inc. March 2006
Synergy Software Development, Inc. November 2004
Technologies Ltd. Corp. February 2004
E-Auction Network, Inc. June 2002

*Note these periods, as reverse splits only occurred under these prior companies.

Share Structure Change* Reverse Split Dates
R/S (1 share for 300 shares)                    February 15, 2006
R/S (1 share for 200 shares) February 14, 2005
R/S (1 share for 200 shares) February 20, 2004


*See, e.g., and 





The Work at Home Woman- November 2011 -

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your entrepreneurial journey.

I started Lyric Culture literally on the floor of my living room with a pair of scissors, a hot glue gun and a Sharpie scribbling lyrics on my jeans. I had an idea that I was passionate about and a dream I was intent on making a reality. That was six years ago. Today I have a company that's creating a variety of products from apparel, to scarves, bags, jewelry and even blankets inspired by the lyrics of the most legendary artists in the world ranging from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to Bob Marley and Bob Dylan.

We started out selling t-shirts and jeans to mom & pop boutiques and now Lyric Culture is distributed at some of the world's most prominent retailers like Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Walmart, Claire's and more. We managed to survive, reinvent ourselves and grow in a bad economy. It wasn't always easy, but the challenges have made us much stronger. The journey has been incredibly rewarding. I would encourage all women with a dream to take a chance on bringing their vision to life.

What did you do before launching your own business?

I was a singer and songwriter and always designed my own stage clothes, which ultimately led me to the idea of generating new revenue streams for songwriters through merchandise. I also was a Senior Account Executive at Rogers & Cowan, one of the largest entertainment PR Agencies in the world and also worked in the film industry licensing properties to turn into movies. Lyric Culture is an amalgamation of my experience in music, fashion, marketing and licensing.

How many hours do you work a week?

I don't really keep track. I'm always working even when I'm not working. My business is the first thing I think about when I wake up in the morning and the last thing I meditate on before I go to sleep at night. Even if I take a vacation, I'm always answering emails and taking conference calls. Having your own business is like having children. You never really get a break from it. I love what I do and success is a byproduct of doing what you love. It never really feels like work to me. The minute I start keeping track of the hours I spend at the office is the day I decide that I'm in the wrong business.

How would you rate your success?

That's a very difficult question. You're better off asking some of my colleagues in the industry as I'm totally subjective. I'm very hard on myself and never really give myself much credit for my accomplishments. As a perfectionist always striving for bigger and better things, I don't think I'll be satisfied with a perfect score until Lyric Culture has 100% brand recognition and has made an impact on the music business and society in a major way. The ability to give back through my success is one of my most important goals.

What has been your biggest business struggle as an entrepreneur?

I often feel like David in Goliath's world. We're a relatively small company dealing with giants in the industry and that comes with many challenges. But, that's part of the American dream and I think we're well on our way to achieving it. I can honestly say that because of my experiences, when I'm in the position of being Goliath, I will definitely be David's friend.

What advice would you give to a new entrepreneur?

There are five very important lessons I've learned that I'd like to share with new entrepreneurs.

1. It doesn't matter how small you are. If you've got a great idea, persistence and tenacity, you can win.

2. Dream Big!!!! It's as easy as dreaming small.

3. Don't be afraid to go up against the big boys and compete. Small businesses can move quicker than corporate giants. That's the competitive advantage.

4. Get your team to buy into your vision. The power of a group is stronger than the power of one.

5. There's always opportunity in chaos. Some of the most challenging situations often bring the most amazing opportunities.

How do you manage all of your personal and business activities?

I'm fortunate that I thrive in a multi-tasking environment. The more that's on my plate, the more effective and productive I can be. Quiet moments scare me. Life is a juggling act and it can often be twice as demanding on women trying to balance work and family. As long as you're having fun and have a positive attitude, you will never feel overwhelmed.

Connect with Hanna Rochelle and Lyric Culture…

Website: Lyric Culture

Twitter: @lyricculture

Facebook Fan Page: Lyric Culture





LOS ANGELES, CA (Marketwire - July 19, 2011) Lyric Jeans, Inc. (OTC Markets: LYJN) today announced that Lyric Culture will present its 'Electro-Sexual' collection inspired by the music of iconic Australian rock band INXS with a private fashion show and performance at the Gibson Showroom in Beverly Hills on Thursday, July 21st. Gritty and overtly sexual in style, the designs capture the intense and often controversial nature of the lyrics of Andrew Farriss and the late Michael Hutchence. The 'Electro Sexual' collection of women's apparel and accessories will be unveiled in a runway show inspired by the various women depicted in INXS's songs including the "Suicide Blonde," the "Devil Inside," the "New Sensation," the "Beautiful Girl," and more.

The fashion presentation culminates with a private performance by INXS as a preview to their concert at the Wiltern Theatre the next evening. The event will be attended by celebrity fans as well as music and fashion industry guests. Panda Express, Monster Energy Drink and Vault 29 are the food and beverage sponsors of the event. "INXS exploded onto the scene in the 80s and became one of the most notorious bands in the world for over two decades with music still very relevant today," said Hanna Rochelle, founder of Lyric Culture. "Their songs are filled with colorful imagery and wildly expressive words that are at the core of our designs," she continued. "Lyric Culture perfectly combines poetry with hip clothing, exciting and sexy," said Andrew Farriss of INXS.

Lyric Culture is a music inspired lifestyle brand driven by the song lyrics of legendary artists including Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and many others. By securing licensing rights from music publishers, this fashion brand creates new revenue streams for songwriters who penned the lyrics now emblazoned across its products.

With a career spanning 25 extraordinary years, INXS is undoubtedly one of the world's great bands. With more than 30 million records sold worldwide, countless awards from their peers and fans, platinum certifications, multiple Grammy nominations and a history peppered with outstanding achievements, the band are arguably Australia's most successful rock export. 

Samples of the Lyric Culture Electro-Sexual Collection:







LOS ANGELES, CA - (Marketwire - May 24, 2011) - Lyric Jeans, Inc. (OTC Markets: LYJN) made a business-model-changing announcement today.  LYJN  lauched an affordable, high quality, popular-lyric-accented jewelry collection under its Lyric Nation brand name.  This premier jewelry collection (produced by and sold exclusively under the Lyric Nation brand) just hit 2,000 Wal-Mart displays this past July 2011! [LYJN analysts believe that the Lyric Nation  collection will hit a home-run with the Wal-Mart consumer and should provide LYJN with substantially increased revenues for a long time to come.]

Photographs of Wal-Mart's Lyric Nation Collection Displays:





HOLLYWOOD, CA - (WWD - May 23, 2011) - Singer-songwriter Hanna Rochelle Schmieder's idea for her next gig sprung into her head at a studio session wearing jeans with song lyrics. Jack Douglas, her producer, said, "Steven Tyler would kill for pants like that!"  INXS - a stalward 80s & 90s band recording in the studio next door - asked Schmieder to make jeans for the band with the lyrics to their song "Suicide Blonde."  Five years later, Schmieder's company, Lyric Culture (OTC: LYJN), operates in the shadows of the entertainment industry as a publicly traded company owning the rights to hundreds of music catalogues and produces no less than three distinct product echelons for three different product lines and channels of distribution.  Lyric Culture carves legendary song lyrics into jewelry, screen prints them on shirts, scarves, and emblazons lyrics on accessory bags.  Every apparel piece has its own copyright and the name of the singer whose lyrics live on the clothing. 

[For instance, LYJN's premium brands - Lyric Culture & Lyric Jeans - skillfully 'mine' lyrics from the masterpieces of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Elvis, Bob Dylan, Kiss, Madonna, Toto, Rob ThomasDon McClean, Fleetwood Mac, The Beach Boys, Steppenwolf, Carly Simon, Johny Cash, Willie Nelson, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Elton John, Bananarama, Santana,The Black CrowesINXS, The Scorpions, and pop-icon Michael Jackson for stylish and popular apparel and jewelry products sold at Nordstrom's, Bloomingdale's, Macy's, and various high-end boutiques throughout the nation's largest population centers.]   

Lyric Culture's newest venture, Lyric Nation, will launch a new, affordable accessories line for at least 2,000 Wal-Mart stores all over North America with first shipments of product beginning July 2011.    [Reports note that LYJN and Wal-Mart already have new products offerings for the Lyric Nation line, reordering of the best selling Lyric Nation products, and ongoing shipment plans and logistics in place, especially for the 2011 Holiday Season.] Lyric Nation products will incorporate words primarily from country hits, pop culture classics, and faith music.  "We try to find songs that match the retailer," Schmieder said. Lyric Nation's 40 different jewelry and accessory products include key rings with Willie Nelson's "Mama Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys" and "Shout Out to the Lord," a popular worship anthem, and a hit for both Johny Cash and Nancy Sinatra, "These Boots Were Made for Walkin'" on a necklace. Lyric Nation's jewelry and accessories will retail for an estimated $4.00 to $7.00 at Wal-Mart.  Further, Lyric Nation products will occupy their own approximate four-foot section of merchandise in each Wal-Mart accessories area, said Ms. Schmieder - adding, "This is not a conflict. I'd never do the same songs for Nordstrom's and Wal-Mart."
LYRIX, a line for teenage girls, just became available for purchase at hundreds of Claire's stores from coast to coast. LYRIX products feature the lyrics of teen sensations such as Miranda Cosgrove, Miley Cyrus, and Willow Smith - along with classics such as The Beatles and Rolling Stones.

Sharon Edelson 
Women's Wear Daily




LOS ANGELES, CA - (Marketwire - March  31, 2011) - Lyric Jeans, Inc. (OTC Markets: LYJN ) today announced that Lyric Culture immediately launched a collaborated jewelry and accessories collection targeted at teenage girl market under its trendy LYRIX brand through an exclusive LYRIX Collection found only at Claire's Boutiques all over the the United States. 

Images from Claire's provide a taste of LYRIX Collection on sale now at Claire's Boutiques:


New Lyrix by Lyric Culture necklaces now available at Claire's stores and online! Purchase them here:







SAN FRANCISCO, CA - (S.F. Examiner - February 23, 2011) -   This March, Claire's Boutique Stores will begin the introduction of  something incredible for music lovers of all ages!  In partnership with Lyric Culture and Lyric Jeans, Inc.'s  exclusive LYRIX brand, an exlusive collection of interlocking bangles, pendants, and rings with famous lyrics from bands like The Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Fleetwood Max.  Song phrases are etched into pieces of silver to update any look for an added inspirational and eclectic take on casual day-to-day jewelry wear.   A few you'll find: "Stand by Me," "All you need is Love," and "Money Can't Buy Me Love."  I haven't stepped in a Claire's Boutique since my freshman year in college; yet with super affordable prices (e.g., $9.50 to $14.50) for this top-shelf, music and famous lyric-imprinted accessories line, I'm thinking a shopping trip is definitely in the works!

Mira Torres
San Francisco Examiner














Hanna R. Schmieder
Lyrics Jeans, Inc.
1000 Cory Avenue
West Hollywood,California 90069-3114



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#19756  Restored No not so bad that "investors" think that MACD-213 03/16/12 11:59:56 PM
#19755   To bad investors think it sucks. PLUTUS 03/16/12 10:14:44 PM
#19754   I like that Hanna wears Lyric Culture clothing MACD-213 03/16/12 08:42:49 PM
#19753   one of things I like about LYJN is sleepingGiants 03/16/12 05:37:55 PM
#19752   Another day closing green. Good. kgsb 03/16/12 05:34:28 PM