Purpose Driven Pop - Breakthrough Pop Sensation F.L.O.W. Has Something More Than Music and Their Bank Roll on Their Minds

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Breakthrough recording artists F.L.O.W. release their highly anticipated single "Another Way I Fly" off their debut CD, "I'm Listening" on October 4th, 2004. But wait, you've gotta see what they're doing with theier money, honey.

Fighting their way up the industry ladder since 1998, Atlanta based pop/ rock dynamos, F.L.O.W. has taken on a bigger goal and has focused their attention on The United States of America. Dropping regional and local ideals, this talented group of seasoned musicians is aiming to be heard.

These guys are roots, the kind of group with the music in their blood. The kind of group you can feel through the speakers. Compelling lyrics with an up-tempo Hot A/C sound led by the rugged voiced front man, singer/ songwriter, Scott Denver Lee and highlighted by excellent percussion and sax arrangements. The groups single "Another Way I Fly" is being pushed by a major promoter in LA and NY to over 500 Hot A/C radio stations in the U.S. and Canada beginning October 4th, 2004.

With the single's huge commercial potential, Ping Records, an Independent label out of Atlanta, is aggressively pursuing success for this record. The small but mighty record company realizes the odds are against any Independent label in this business but owner Scott Pingley says, "We'll go down fighting before we give up on music that deserves to be heard by the American public." It's what music used to be, self written and reflecting the signs of the times, F.L.O.W. is speaking their minds, are you listening?

And...Are You Kidding? Until the record hits stores later this year, the band's label has decided to donate 50% of all CD sales generated by the band's web site to families who have lost loved ones in Iraq and the middle east. The band's website can be found at http://www.flow-music.com - details will be released later in the week.

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