Music Industry News Network [04-18-2004]

Deveres-Kelley Organization Expansion? DevKel Music Quest Deadline Approaches!

Email: gkelley@devereskelley.com
Url: http://www.devkel.com/

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April 18, 2004 (Las Vegas, NV) The first ever DevKel Music Quest (devkel.com)is about to come to a close as the April 30 deadline fast approaches. The contest, which is now accepting submissions through SonicBids.com, will award five bands the opportunity to take the stage in Las Vegas this June. One winner will be awarded a fully produced music video and there may be more. The DevKel organization is in the middle of a major expansion, the details of which are being closely guarded. The winner (and perhaps finalists as well) may become the first beneficiaries of whatever is hidden behind curtain number one.

In addition to musical ventures, Deveres-Kelley is also working in entertainment marketing and promotions. Currently, DevKel is promoting a new show on the Las Vegas Strip. The new, “Count The Cash” game show is scheduled to open April 30, in the Star Theatre at the Greek Isle Hotel & Casino. More information is available at casinoclubcash.com.

Internet radio station Undie 101 (undie101.com) is planning to expand it services to include two new stations. This change it designed to better target listeners to specific musical styles and programming. Undie101 is also expected to rollout a roster of original syndicated programs, again the details of which are currently not available. One point that is being stressed – Although Undie101 is an independent organization (not a Deveres-Kelley company), it relies on DevKel for A&R, Marketing and Promotion services. “The A&R department at DevKel will soon become the place to be seen.”

Details regarding changes within and surrounding the DevKel organization will be released sometime in mid-May or June. More information will be available at DevKel.com.

Source: http://www.mi2n.com/press.php3?press_nb=65431

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