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Unsigned Virgin Millionaires who we featured in KOAR’s Higher Learning has outsold major label artist releases during the same six week period in their hometown market Indianapolis.
 

Virgin Millionaires – N/A – 1,834 units (6 wks) Top 40 Soundscan, first 2 wks Top 10
Wreckers – Warner Bros. – 1,666 units (6 wks)
Raconteurs – V2 – 2,059 units (7 wks)
Wolfmother – Interscope – 1,396 units (9 wks)
Blue October – Universal – 1,196 units (6 wks)
Angels & Airwaves – Geffen – 1,777 units (6 wks)
Taking Back Sunday – WAR – 2,633 units (8 wks)
Snow Patrol – ANM – 1,216 units (7 wks)
Goo Goo Dolls – Warner Bros. – 2,482 units (10 wks)
Mark Knopfler – Warner Bros – 2,257 units (10 wks)
Flyleaf – Octone – 2,893 units (15 wks)

Solid spins on WZPL (Indy) and WRZX (Alt). Sold-Out 7/1 Concert @ Birdy’s Live

This is a success story that A&R’s should be looking for.

1) an unsigned band services song to radio
2) radio station likes song therefore spins song
3) consumers go to store and buy record.

Hence, this is a solid radio/retail story. Where are the A&Rs?

Check out the tracks

  • Strung Out (mp3)
  • Bitter Hearts Can Lie (mp3)
  • For more information contact legal Nick Ferrera.

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