Call Me What You Will
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 13, 2007
Floor Thirteen made waves during Canadian Idol. Canadian Idol, which is similar to American Idol, conducted a 10-city cross-country search for the next major singing sensation. Two million fans tuned in to Idol to hear Koz's hard-edge rock style and he landed in the top 20. In Hollywood, celebrated rock guitarist Dave Navarro and Brooke Burke, hosts of the popular reality show, Rock Star inxs, auditioned 10,000 singers for a coveted spot on the show. Once again, Floor Thirteen's Koz land in the top 30 out of 10,000. http://www.floor13.ca
In 2007, Mazda's marketing team went on a mission to find a band and a song that would sell the college market. Floor Thirteen's song "Night Train" was chosen for Mazda's online game "campus joyride."
Astral Records (Australia) took notice of Floor Thirteen and issued a non-exclusive license to"Night Train" and "Jenny Lane" for their Dead Famous Compilation Series. The Sci-Fi Network licensed the high-energy single "Bright Light Rockin'City" for the movie Grizzly Rage.
Every Barnes and Noble store across the U.S., 800 stores in 50 states, carried "Call Me What You Will" which was featured in No Cover Magazine and CD Compilation. No Cover Magazine distributed 20,000 magazines with 5,000 CD's which sold-out.
The Inside Connection Radio Show aired on WLIX 104.5 in New York selected "Call Me What You Will" which will be broadcasted to 1,200,000 households. "Call Me What You Will" also debuted in the top 20 on XM Radio.
Floor Thirteen has shared the stage with Burton Cummings and Randy Bachman (The Guess Who and Backman Turner Overdrive) as well as some of Canada's hottest rock acts, including Our Lady Peace, Danko Jones, Stripper's Union and Crystal Pistol to name a few. They have captured their live energy in a video. Their fan base includes the U.S., Canada, Australia, and the UK.
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Alpha Music Group
New York, NY 10010