Press Release: R&B Spring Jam in Cincinnati Ohio with the Deele

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EIEG/D-Town Records' Platinum, Grammy winning Recording Artists the Deele, wowed the crowd this past Saturday at the R&B Spring Jam in Cincinnati, Ohio. They put on a fantastic show for a sold out crowd, and brought them to their feet in a standing ovation! The suave vocalists sang such favorites as "Two Occasions," "Body Talk," and Shoot'em Up Movies," among other popular hits. They performed along with The Isley Brothers, featuring Ron Isley, and the S.O.S. Band. D-Town execs Nate Edwards, and Darryl Ethley were on hand for the show, and extremely proud of the Deele's stellar performance.

EIEG/D-Town Records' Platinum, Grammy winning Recording Artists the Deele, wowed the crowd this past Saturday at the R&B Spring Jam in Cincinnati, Ohio. They put on a fantastic show for a sold out crowd, and brought them to their feet in a standing ovation. The suave vocalists sang such favorites as "Two Occasions," "Body Talk," and Shoot'em Up Movies," among other popular hits. They performed along with The Isley Brothers, featuring Ron Isley, and the S.O.S. Band. D-Town execs Nate Edwards, and Darryl Ethley were on hand for the show, and extremely proud of the Deele's stellar performance.

This was the Deele's first performance since being signed to the Dallas based record label, with many more projects on the horizon. D-Town is currently in talks with the Tom Joyner Radio Show and the Steve Harvey Radio Show about the Deele performing in upcoming events. They are also bringing the group into the studio, to record a single with label-mates Keingz Ransom, an immensely popular R&B group out of Dallas.    

All of this is making D-Town's dream of being a worldwide record label become a reality. It was truly a defining moment for CEO Nate Edwards and D-Town Records to be immediately recognized and respected by Ron Isley who also is from the same hometown (Lincoln Heights OH) as Nate. Other Cincinnati artists included Bootsy Collins, Roger and Larry Troutman who founded Zapp, Slave, and the Ohio Players.    Rudolph Isley, who retired to become a minister, took time out to talk with the D-Town execs. He told them to never give up on their dream, keep moving forward, and to keep God in your life and heart. Advice which no doubt will lead to even more success for the D-Town family. Look for them on the horizon.    

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Priscilla Walker

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