by michaelJanuary 24, 2012
Sunset Island Music, www.sunsetislandmusic.com, announced to that it will officially launch its internet TV show promoting new music and unsigned bands
Sunset Island Music, www.sunsetislandmusic.com, announced to that it will officially launch the Sunset Island Music TV Show on Thursday February 9, 2012. The show will run from 7pm - 9pm EST
The Sunset Island Music TV Show, http://www.ustream.tv/channel/the-sunset-island-music-show , will show videos and interviews of some of the best and most exciting new music from unsigned bands and artists from around the world. The show, which will be hosted by world famous DJ Frankie V, will also include music from live bands and will also host shows from special events from around the country.
"We want to make the show fun and entertaining," says Frankie V. "Our main goal is to showcase and get exposure for these incredibly talented musicians and their bands."
All unsigned bands and indie artists are encouraged to sign up at www.sunsetislandmusic.com to be eligible. If you have a favorite, make your voice heard at www.facebook.com/sunsetislandmusic and let us know what you think.
Sunset Island Music is one of the fastest growing music sites on the internet for new music and unsigned bands, having received music from over 6,500 bands worldwide from over 60 countries. We also produce an online radio program that plays selected songs from the music that has been submitted to our site to help get exposure for these incredibly talented groups.
We can also be found and followed at:
News Source: http://www.free-press-release.com/news-sunset-island-music-tv-to-launch-february-6-2012-1327410286.html
Official Website: http://www.sunsetislandmusic.com
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