For Immediate Release
Seattle, WA. November 22th, 2014
London Tone Music celebrates the release of “You Never Know” by Grown Up Avenger Stuff, the 44th single release of an ambitious promotional launch campaign to sign 52 musical artists, record their original songs and release all 52 songs, one a week, for a year.
Grown Up Avenger Stuff is an indie rock band from Charlotte, North Carolina, who flew all the way across the country to record their single with producer/engineer Jonathan Plum at Seattle’s London Bridge Studio. The band, often described as hard indie rock is comprised of a father, guitarist John Thomsen and his two sons, drummer, Hunter and bassist, Tyler, and fronted by the powerful vocals of lead singer, Deirdre Koerner. The band has an established fan base in the Southeast, which is growing across the country as a result of performances at SXSW and various festivals and venues across North America. Attached is a more extensive bio of the band and find the SoundCloud link here: https://soundcloud.com/londontonemusic52x52/grown-up-avengers-you-never-know/s-q14vV
The London Tone Music launch campaign, 52×52 – A Year in Your Ear, is in the homestretch, featuring musical artists from as far away as Italy and many of the West and Northwest’s finest. The results have been impressive both musically and in its diversity of styles. Hear all the songs recorded and released so far on the London Tone Music 52×52 SoundCloudpage:
Co-sponsors and partners include www.sonicbids.com for song submissions,
CD Baby for music distribution,
Seattle Wave Radio http://seattlewaveradio.net/wordpress,
Seattle’s Hotel Max www.hotelmaxseattle.com for accommodations
and Rogue Octopus for film and TV placement.
For more information and interview requests: contact:
Jeff Heiman, firstname.lastname@example.org, (253) 279-5886
Jeff Ross, email@example.com, (425) 822-5070
London Tone Music Group http://www.londontonemusic.com
London Tone Music Group is a new music company combining the forces of Seattle’s iconic London Bridge Studio, Pasadena’s Crown City Studios and 2Jeffs on Music, a Seattle-based music business consulting company and includes studio owners Jonathan Plum, Geoff Ott and Eric Lilavois and theJeffs, Jeff Heiman and Jeff Ross. These five passionate music industry professionals combine their experience as award-winning producers and engineers, record label executives, artist managers, music marketing, promotion and PR experts, event producers and music and video licensing specialists.
London Bridge Studio http://www.londonbridgestudio.com
Seattle’s surge to musical prominence in the late 80s and 90s stemmed, in large part, from albums recorded at London Bridge Studio. Influential bands such as Mother Love Bone, Temple of the Dog and Alice in Chains all recorded classic Seattle music at London Bridge. Soundgarden’s Grammy-winning “Louder than Love” and Pearl Jam’s multi-platinum debut “Ten”, cemented the studio’s International reputation for musical success. Bands and musical artists such as Blind Melon, Candlebox, Unwritten Law, Default, 3 Doors Down, Brandi Carlile, LeRoy Bell, Mary Lambert, Cat Power, OwuorArunga, Glitterbang, Ra Scion have all recorded at London Bridge.
Crown City Studios http://www.crowncitystudios.com
From its home in Pasadena, Crown City Studios has been at the center of the Southern California music scene and a recording home for stand out musical artists like My Chemical Romance, Saint Motel, Dan Zanes, Dustbowl Revival, Atlas Genius and many other notables. It was founded in 2004. The studio has garnered considerable praise for its unique, creative atmosphere, and multipurpose use. Music videos, and television shows have often been filmed at Crown City Studios.
2 Jeffs on Music http://www.2jeffsonmusic.com
Industry veterans Jeff Heiman and Jeffrey Ross work with musicians and businesses, helping brand, market, promote, license, and increase visibility and market reach. They assess the needs of an artist or business and determine where their expertise can help, set reasonable and transparent goals, work really hard and have a lot of fun in the process.
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