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Free” is the first single from Graffiti6 – VH1’s You Outta Know artist for March!

As the iTunes Song of the Week (January 30), “Free” was downloaded 420,000 times!  The video already has more than 1-million views!  Recent appearances include The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (click here to watch performance, or scroll down for the song’s official video).

Radio Airplay Now:  WZPL, WOMX, KBIG, KLLC, KIOI, KEZR, KBFF, KMXB, KIMN, WTSS, KQKQ, WMMX, KZZU, KCDA, KCIX, KLLY, WINK, KKPL, KLTG, KSII, KRUZ, KPSI, SiriusXM The Pulse, & Dial Global Hot AC.  … ON TOUR NOW!  Scroll down for tour dates and cities.

Jamie Scott and producer TommyD began collaborating three years ago on material that would become Graffiti6.  They were signed to Capitol Records last year are now VH1’s “You Outta Know” artist for March.  The band has been heard in MTV‘s Teen WolfVH1‘s Basketball Wives, VH1’s Football WivesOne Tree HillGrey’s AnatomyCovert AffairsSuits, Free Agents, The Secret Circle, FIFA 2012 and CSI: NY.

Graffiti6 – Free – Official Video


Catch Graffiti 6 on Tour

Date City Venue
April 17 Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre
April 18 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room
April 19 Des Moines, IA Woolys
April 28 Cleveland, OH Beachland Ballroom
April 30 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
May 1 Boston, MA Paradise
May 2 New York, NY Highline Ballroom
May 4 Danbury, CT Heirloom Arts Theatre
May 5 Washington DC 9:30 Club
May 6 Philadelphia, PA World Café Live
May 8 Charlotte, NC Visulite Theatre
May 9 Charleston, SC Charleston Pour House
May 10 Knoxville, TN Bijou Theatre
May 11 Nashville, TN 3rd & Lindsley
May 12 Birmingham, AL Zydeco
May 14 Dallas, TX House of Blues
May 15 Austin, TX Stubbs
May 17 Phoenix, AZ Crescent Ballroom
May 18 San Juan Capistrano, CA Coach House
May 19 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour
May 20 San Francisco, CA Slims
May 23 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre

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Location-based marketing is the newest social media buzzword for GPS-based check-in networks like Foursquare, Gowalla, & Yelp.  Foursquare is still in its infancy – even with just over one million registered users – enough to receive most of the hype, which will only get louder now that Facebook has jumped into the game with Facebook Places.  These services aren’t for everyone, and the security problems they create are getting just as much attention as their popularity.  But, I assure you location based marketing is not going away; in fact, it will become a standard part of retail’s marketing mix very quickly.  Consumers are turning to their mobile devices more and more everyday to make purchase decisions, making location based marketing incentives a natural for retail.  Case in point:  Scotty’s Brewhouse in my hometown owns three of the top ten check-in venues thanks to their rewards plan for loyal customers who participate.

What can WE do to integrate location based marketing into our social media strategies?  How does radio use Foursquare when we don’t really have a “location” for checking in?  For that matter, what about television and bands?  There must be something we can do!  Click through for my ideas you can start using today! Continue reading

TiVo Alert – Free Radio on VH1

“Free Radio” is a brand new series on VH1. It’s not about radio pirates or the former CBS “Free FM” outlets – it’s an “improvised comedy series” whose takeoff point is the travails of radio-show intern Lance. I’ll let the VH1 release take it from there: “Lance answers the call to greatness by jumping in to host a popular morning show, when the real host defects to satellite radio.” “Lance’s hosting effort, full of botched celebrity interviews, on-air tantrums and all-around buffoonery, is so spectacularly awful that ratings actually go up.” There’s also the expected “dysfunctional staff” at KBOM, the home of the new “Moron in the Morning” show. Guest shots are from the likes of Kiefer Sutherland, Ray Romano, Tony Shalhoub and Fred Willard. “Free Radio” may not do much for the image of over-the-air radio, but strike-weary viewers looking for anything “new” in the TV listings might dig it – starting tomorrow, February 1 on VH1. Hey, at least none of the radio people in the series is in rehab, which has been VH1’s usual prescription for success lately.

Free Radio series webpage from VH1.


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