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One of the most highly anticapated albums, Sade’s Soldier of Love, sold an impressive 501,000 copies, landing #1 on the Billboard chart.

Entertainment Weekly gave the album an “A”

Rolling Stone said, “it’s unimpeachably excellent,”

The Boston Globe calls it, “a rich and rewarding album”…

Kings of A&R says, “songs like Soldier of Love gives us hope”..

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Lady Antebellum sold 480,922 copies of Need You Now. In fact, Need You Now is a great song and it has the same vibe, same key as Alan Parsons Eye In The Sky.

Need You Now (50 second mark) Eye in The Sky (1:27 mark). This is far from plagiarism, it’s just a powerful hook and melody line. This is why it’s a #1 song. We need more of this…

Speaking of Alan Parsons, does anybody remember him? He engineered Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon.

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Thanks to the Grammys, Need You Now by Nashville act
Lady Antebellum is now the most downloaded song on iTunes. Check out the Grammy performance here.

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New York City based soul/pop artist Elle Varner who signed with MBK/J-RCA Records in October 2009 just signed a co-publishing agreement with Sony Music Publishing. Contact: Bcmclane@aol.com

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Throwing Gravity (formerly The Rust) has signed with Lava/Universal Republic.  They are currently recording the album  in Nashville with Jon King (Augustana, Darling Parade) and Josh Abraham (30 Second To Mars). Check them out in our September KOAR profile.
Contact: chris@maltesemanagement.com

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