Deep House Music Producer Alzie Ramsey Releases New Single

Deep house track “Stelvio Pass” featuring Alzie Ramsey officially released on iTunes via digital label Black Widow Music.

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DEEP HOUSE MUSIC - STELVIO PASS

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When I was a child my mother and father took me to Italy quite often for vacation. Ultimately, this is how I learned about Stelvio Pass and it’s the inspiration behind this composition.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 23, 2013

Deep house music songwriter, producer and DJ Alzie Ramsey released his new single “Stelvio Pass” on the digital label Black Widow Music, LLC. The song can be purchased on iTunes and will be available at additional premium digital outlets over the upcoming weeks.

The track highlights the talent of Ramsey as well as the stellar sound production that comes out of the studio. “When I was a child my mother and father took me to Italy quite often for vacation,” states Ramsey. “Ultimately, this is how I learned about Stelvio Pass and it’s the inspiration behind this composition.”

To purchase the track “Stelvio Pass” featuring Alzie Ramsey on iTunes US go to:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/stelvio-pass-single/id605472861?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

ABOUT STELVIO PASS
Stelvio Pass (located 75km/47mi from Bolzano, Italy and 200m from the Swiss Border) is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps and registers at a whopping 2757 meters or 9045 feet. Garnished with 60 hairpin turns (48 numbered with stones) these turns present a challenge to any motoring enthusiast.

ABOUT BLACK WIDOW MUSIC, LLC
Black Widow Music, LLC (a digital label and music licensing company) was created in 2004. The result after many hours of labor and hard work is a business organization that stays on the forefront of industry technology and practices, but remains true to the "music" and avoids the traps of commercialism. Featuring the best in EDM, jazz and various genres of instrumentals our catalog is broad and diverse, but prevails on the primary focal point of why the label was created in the first place.