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Music Crowns & Music Gateway Join Forces!

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Jon Skinner

12.5.2013

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Introducing Unsigned Music Champions – Music Crowns

Music Crowns is the UK and Ireland’s fastest growing online unsigned music awards and online magazine for unsigned and independent artists, with a now global following.

The concept promotes creativity and originality and provides a platform for grassroots musicians to be seen and heard. The concept slogan is “Real Music, Real People, Real Talent” and founder Sam Gilbert champions the cause.

We wanted to provide a vehicle for the unsigned and indy scene and step away from comparable mainstream concepts. We provide as much free advice and information as we can and present valuable, free opportunities to artists including profit making ideas to fuel their passions. There’s so much talent out there, it really is a pleasure listening to submissions on a daily basis.” Sam Gilbert – Director

With a plentiful history, including a presentation at the House of Commons, an independent festival, 30+ music industry judges including Montell Jordan, Ali Campbell, Jamal Edwards, Skin from Skunk Anansie and Evil Jared from The Bloodhound Gang; Music Crowns have certainly made some waves over the past 3 years and continue to dedicate their focus on the unsigned community.

Aside from new partnerships with Music Gateway and www.powerstudiolondon.co.uk London recording studio giants Powerstudio, Music Crowns have recently achieved their first global viral status post on Facebook (reaching over 6.6m people) and 2011 favourites Loveable Rogues have just achieved a top ten single with “What A Night”.

To stay abreast of all the latest news and information at Music Crowns HQ please visit www.musiccrowns.org or find them on Facebook www.facebook.com/musiccrowns and Twitter @MusicCrowns.

Thanks Music Gateway Team


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