Chicago rock outfit Bad City are generating some buzz with songs like Take Me For A Ride and Wildlife.
Billy Corgan recently tweeted “Check out this band, they’re pretty cool!!”
In fact, Bad City could easily open for the Smashing Pumpkins and feel right at home. Check them out on June 24th at the Beat Kitchen in Chicago, IL
Also, currently available for a publishing deal.
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Google wants to enter the digital music business and the search giant is already in talks with music labels.
Apple’s iTunes is the leader in the digital download market owning about a 70% percent market share followed by Amazon’s MP3 store.
Google could be attractive based on the amount of traffic and expertise around search and browsing.
Pennsylvania based indie pop- rock quartet Kingsfoil has become a Kings favorite after listening to Give It Up Now and Dust of The Cities.
They have opened for bands from “The Ting Tings” to “We the Kings” to “Matt Kearny” as well as being selected by concert promoter Live Nation to open for Creed in 2009.
The recordings were produced by Dustin Burnett and they have an upcoming show on June 26 w/ Lovedrug at The Chameleon Club in Lancaster, PA.
Deals are on the table for The Eriam Sisters. The r&b act consist of three sisters who are all under the age of 18. They got some exposure on NBC’s Americas Got Talent receiving favorable reviews from all 3 judges – Sharon Osbourne, David Hasslehof, and Mr. Piers Morgan.
In fact, when Eriam’s single “Diary” was first played on Clear Channel radio 105.7 in Alabama, many thought it was Rihanna’s newest single.
Also, over 3,500,000 combined views on Myspace and YouTube.
Without a doubt, these are little girls with big voices…
They have over 900,000 plays and almost 100,000 views on their Youtube channel and will be featured on 7 million milk cartons in 2010 with “Milk Rocks”.