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Deuce Management & Promotion has recently collaborated with The Surface Festival ; a festival of new music held throughout Europe in aid of discovering and promoting new talent. In 2011 the Surface Festival will be organising over 500 shows across 14 cities in the UK and Europe including London , Portsmouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea, Birmingham, Nottingham, Oxford, Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Glasgow, Barcelona, and Budapest. The climax of the festival will culminate with 21 bands playing the Indigo2 at the o2 complex in London with the prospect of winning in excess of Â£100,000 worth of prizes and opportunities donated by the sponsors of the event.
Rising Online Radio Show Joins Forces With Radio Gets Wild!
Extreme to Serene, the budding online radio show announced this week that theyâ€™re to be added to the rosters of the legendary online host Radio Gets Wild and Independent London host Recharged Radio.
The show, hosted by British Publicist Tom Brumpton & American Composer George Woods originally began streaming through BlogTalkRadio in November 2009 and quickly gained a growing fanbase. However after recent talks with both Recharged & R.G.W, it was announced that both were interested in the show and have agreed to add it to their respective rosters.
December 17, 2009-Culver City, CA- Marshall Blonstein and Audio Fidelity has released another double shot of rock classics on their 24-karat gold series of limited editions. Alice Cooperâ€™s first major label release and third recording Love It To Death gets the treatment this time after successful reissues of Killer and Schoolâ€™s Out. This landmark release rounds out the trio of important early stage recordings for the king of shock rock and sends 2009 out with a roar for the label.
Hollywood, CA-November 17, 2009- When B.B. King told Arthur Adams â€œI love the spirit in your guitar playing,â€ you knew that the bluesman was on his way.
With the release of Stomp The Floor today on the respected blues based label Delta Groove Music, Arthur Adams has positioned himself perfectly to satisfy his current fan base and gain legions of new listeners.Adams says â€œIâ€™ve done Stomp on the Floor exactly the way I feel it. Itâ€™s all me; not all traditional blues, not all R & B, not all jazz, but a little of all of it.