Currin Entertainment Signs 4 New Acts

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Florida based management company signs four new acts: The Flairs, Submission, John Taglieri, Entropy.

James Currin has opened the doors to his Orlando, FL-based Currin Entertainment management company and signed some of the hottest new up-and coming artists to his roster. Among the first on board are The Flairs and Submission, both from Vancouver, Canada, Entropy from Atlanta/Athens, GA, and NJ’s own troubadour John Taglieri. These fresh-faced musicians offer up the best of their individual genres and plan to grab a choke-hold on the music industry in short order.

The Flairs (http://www.theflairs.com) are a 21st century band ready to take the world by storm with their catchy, hook-laden punk tinged rock. Harkening back to the days of ‘80s pop-punk a la Joan Jett and Girlschool, The Flairs are sweetly flavored with a lethal dose of ‘tude. These three girls and a guy are ready to bring their youthful spirit and undeniable talent to the world. THE FLAIRS are preparing to release their debut American CD in early 2006. Their self-titled six-song EP, released in Canada in November 2004, was met with considerable attention and success. Their cover of Skid Row’s “18 and Life” was featured on Vancouver’s top rock radio station CFOX, and Much Music-TV picked up two videos, “Ready to Roll” and “Falling into Pieces,” airing both frequently in reaction to enthusiastic viewer response. The EP has since sold out completely. In concert, the band rip up the house with their original songs and include an updated interpretation of Billy Idol’s classic “Rebel Yell,” an audience favorite.

Submission (http://www.submissionmusic.com) is a astounding trio with rock sensibilities and a metal edge. Formed ten years ago when the musicians were just in sixth grade, Ryan, Warren and Kendall have developed a forceful sound and a no-holds-barred live show. Their single “Transparency” was included on Music Centre Canada’s “Rock for the Cause” compilation and received airplay on Alberta’s top rock radio station Rock 106. In turn, they were asked to play the 2003 Calgary Stampede alongside Sloan, Eve 6, and Cheap Trick. Submission will soon be whetting fans’ appetites for more of their nail-you-to-the-wall yet spiritual sound. Their first full-length release Frontline (2003) brought initial attention to the band, living up to the liner notes credo of “…soul-food, not merely ear-candy.” Gearing up to record their full-length album, Submission plans to release it in early 2006 with the track “Shaded” slated as the first single.

Entropy (http://www.entropyfunk.com) is a fusion-funk quartet based comprised of comprised of Rod Williams (keyboards, lead vocals), Bryan ‘Slappy’ Goodman (guitar, vocals), Scott Jones (basses, vocals), and Rob Robinson (drums, vocals), as well as a rotating crew of diverse instrumental collaborators. They have amassed a loyal fan-base from their high-energy live performances that combine a fusion of hip-hop cuts, R&B melodies, layered instrumental compositions, and straight-ahead funk. Entropy released their debut album Live+Rebel+Funk+Love in August of 2004 and have since been headlining clubs across the southeast.

John Taglieri (http://www.johntaglieri.com), is a singer/songwriter who embodies acoustic driven rock at its best. His third full-length release NOW ( Leap Dog Music) is a fresh and upbeat performance true to Taglieri’s take on life…getting what you want, and following your heart at all costs. This talented guitarist/vocalist tells stories with an honest reality that is fresh in this day and age of pre-manufactured music. A veteran of the touring circuit, Taglieri has built a strong fan base with a mix of good old-fashioned touring, favorable press and incredible audience response, performing before crowds of up to 80,000 appreciative music lovers. The recipient of numerous accolades and awards, Taglieri has established himself with a powerful, emotionally riveting live show that has him consistently connecting from the heart with his fans.

Currin Entertainment is located at 5728 Major Blvd., Ste. 266, Orlando, FL 32819; tel: 407-370-4555; email: james.currin@currinentertainment.com. Web: http://www.currinentertainment.com.

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