TalentWatch.net Launches Radio Show Featuring Undiscovered Music Artists

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TalentWatch takes its vision to radio, giving aspiring artists more reason to join its site. Radio show host Mitchell Slater, who worked with Larry King and Howard Stern, sees TalentWatch changing the way music artists are discovered.

TalentWatch is the only destination on the web where aspiring artists from all over the world can showcase their talent and tell their story in an engaging and entertaining video-driven format. TalentWatch fans rate artists on their talent, entertainment and likeability, giving every music artist an equal chance to rise to the top.

Talentwatch’s new syndicated show highlights aspiring artists music as well as their personal stories. According to Gary Alan, founder of TalentWatch, the radio show provides another venue to get the word out about its site. “Mitch is the perfect host for the show. He’s got an incredible background and more importantly a passion for discovering new artists.”

Mitchell Slater, who recently appeared as Springsteen Historian on Sirius E Street Radio with Dave Marsh feels TalentWatch is the real deal. “I love the timing of this. Back in the late 70’s I worked with Howard Stern before anyone even heard about him. Then in the early 80’s I worked with Larry King, once again before he hit his stride. Now I‘m about to help spread the word about TalentWatch. I know a winner when I see one. We’re going to make some noise and get the word out about TalentWatch.net. I’m convinced TalentWatch will change the way music artists are discovered. Heck, it’s time music fans decide who deserves to be discovered! This is the future- music artists get a fair shot and music fans decide who’s got what it takes. TalentWatch gives music artists an amazing platform to get the right kind of exposure. This opens the door to emerging artists in every genre throughout the globe.”

Music artists and fans can learn more about TalentWatch by visiting http://www.talentwatch.net.

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