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High School Music Clash is Back for Round Two

Gaelle M. Gouraige

Music Zone

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High School Music Clash is Back for Round Two


Broward, Florida (August 20, 2012)—Following the success of last year’s first installment of the contest, High School Music Clash opens auditions for a second season on August 20, 2012. Highlighting the best of local artists, the contest sheds light on the diverse music scene in South Florida featuring rock, hip- hop, pop, country, etc. 2012 winners, Leave It To Us rocked the Design District’s concert venue, The Stage on June 16th, with their power pop-punk sound while second place finalist, Velly surprised the audience with his intelligent rhymes. Third place went to seventeen year old guitar prodigy, Jason Dean Moshen with his soaring riffs and vocals. Created with the intention to raise money for music programs, this tri-county music competition showcases local talent, while grooming the finalists for a career in the music industry. Winners will receive a $1000 in cash and prizes, formal introductions to industry professionals, a professional website, social media support, a featured interview on Top Spot USA, studio time, with other prizes and a $1000 scholarship (new for the second season).
Students will compete against one another in a series of rounds, starting off at the county level, advancing to the final round in which they will compete against the best of the best in South Florida. Each finalist will benefit from personalized coaching throughout the contest from Music Zone head and contest co-creator, Prescott and Music Zone affiliates.

Auditions are open to all high school students and first year high school graduates. A $20.00 entrance fee is required of all participants. Registration is available online at www.highschoolmc.com. You can also audition online by mp3 or video now also.


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Music Zone is a community based live music company committed to improving local artists and bands in cities throughout the United States. Our mission is to help independent artists and bands reach their full potential by providing them opportunities to build their fan base and advance their careers in the music industry.

 

Music Zone Presents Rock Kings of South Florida

Gaelle M. Gouraige

Music Zone

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Music Zone Presents Rock Kings of South Florida

Broward, Florida (AugAust 24, 2012)— This Saturday, August 25, Music Zone presents the first in a new concert series, Rock Kings of South Florida at Ft. Lauderdale’s The Culture Room. Featuring seven of the region’s best emerging bands, the goal of the show is to highlight the rock music scene in the tri-county area, exposing it to a wider audience. From pop-punk and hard rock to progressive metal, music fans will enjoy a high energy and raucous night. Acts include Here’s To Nathan, Ornimental, Kill The Messengers, Daybreak Embrace, My Amends, and Featuring Atom Smash as well as 2012 High School Music Clash winners, Leave It To Us.

Doors open at 6:30 pm, with ticket prices at $10.00 online before the event, and $12.00 at the entrance. A portion of all proceeds will go to music programs in the local community. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.omzonline.com.

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Music Zone is a community based live music company committed to improving local artists and bands in cities throughout the United States. Our mission is to help independent artists and bands reach their full potential by providing them opportunities to build their fan base and advance their careers in the music industry.

 

Music Zone throws album release party for south Florida band

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Music Zone throws album release party for south Florida band

Miami, FL. – December 18, 2011- Music Zone is set produce an event for the south Florida band, Kill the Messenger, to release their latest album, “If Genghis Khan, Why Can’t I?”

The album release party, scheduled for December 30, 2011, is at the Poor House in Fort Lauderdale. Sean McNearney will host the party to celebrate the release of the album, “If Genghis Khan, Why Can’t I?” Music Zone executives are excited about this occasion and hope that this marks the start of many album release events. “This is a really exciting part of what we do and everyone at Music Zone is dedicated to making these types of events a permanent fixture on our calendars every year,” says Nicole Henry, director of business operations.

Admission is open to those 21 and over and there is no cover charge. Special quest performers include the bands Needless to Say, Kezia and Antigen. The show begins at 10:30 p.m. at Poor House, 110 SW 3rd Ave in Fort Lauderdale. For information about the show or the performing bands, call 650-416-6966 or visitwww.officialmusiczone.com.

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Music Zone gives back to music education with “High School Music Clash”

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Music Zone gives back to music education with “High School Music Clash”

Miami, FL. – December 8, 2011- Music Zone supports music education in South Florida by creating a music talent competition and donating proceeds to participating high schools.

“High School Music Clash” is a new talent contest for high school students in West Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. High schools with participating students will receive portions for proceeds from the competition to help support their music education programs. “Music education is something that means a lot to me. I would not be who I am today if I did not have music classes in high school,” Prescott, president of Music Zone. “Some of the world’s future music stars are in high schools and we need to make sure there is education there to mentor them and allow their talents to grow.”

Registration is open until January 13, 2011. Those interested in sponsorship information or for student registration and contest rules visit www.highschoolmc.com or email questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."

Music Zone presents “High School Music Clash” competition

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Music Zone presents “High School Music Clash” competition

Miami, FL. – December 8, 2011- Music Zone gives South Florida high school students a chance to show off their talents during a tri-county music competition starting in Miami-Dade County on January 20, 2012.

“High School Music Clash” is open to any rappers, singers or groups/bands that are currently in high school throughout West Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. Those students that graduated in the past year are also eligible to compete. This competition marks the first time Music Zone highlights high school talent. “This really is about giving these kids the chance to be heard,” said Prescott, president of Music Zone. “There is a ton of young talent in South Florida and this competition could be the springboard for many of them to live their dreams.” Along with other prizes, one rapper, singer and group/band will receive opportunity to record a demo.

Auditions kick off in Miami-Dade county January 20, 2012 in the University of Miami UC Ballroom from 6pm-11pm. Students can learn more and register by visiting www.highschoolmc.com or email questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."

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MUSIC ZONE GIVES SOUTH FLORIDA MORE ROCK

Miami, FL. - October 17, 2011- Music Zone presents another Rockin’ night out at Poor House in Ft. Lauderdale with Florida rock bands Marvlec,Phantomime, A New Start and Here’s to Nathan.

Music Zone continues its Rockin’ night out series of rock shows on Thursday, Nov. 3. The company continues to give local rock bands the opportunities to build fan bases and get the experience they need to take their careers to the next step in the music industry.

“This is all about giving bands a chance to grow and do what they love,” said Prescott, president of Music Zone, LLC. “These are four of the best local rock bands South Florida has to offer. Everyone who attends is in for a great night of pure rock music.”

Admission is open to those 21 and there is a $5 cover charge. The show, hosted by Shawn McNearney, begins at 10:30 p.m. at Poor House, 110 SW 3rd Ave in Fort Lauderdale. Donations collected from the concert will benefit the Music Cares Foundation. For information about the show or the performing bands, call 650-416-6966 or visit www.officialmusiczone.com.

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Music Zone, LLC is a community based live music company committed to improving local artists and bands in cities throughout the United States. Our mission is to help independent artists and bands reach their full potential by providing them opportunities to build their fan base and advance their careers in the music industry.

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MUSIC ZONE SPOTLIGHTS ROCK BANDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA

Miami, FL. - October 7, 2011- Music Zone will put on a live show at Poor House in Ft. Lauderdale with Florida rock bands Daybreak Embrace, A Brilliant Lie and Dark Rift.

Fans of live rock music will have a place to “rock out” on Friday, Oct. 21 when Music Zone presents Rock Zone: A Rockin’ night out, a night of indie bands from Florida. This is the first of several Music Zone rock shows to take place over the next two months.

“This show is just the beginning of Music Zone bringing rock fans in South Florida live shows. We plan on putting these shows in different venues throughout the area every weekend,” said Prescott, president of Music Zone, LLC.

Admission is open to those 21 and over and there is no cover charge. The show, hosted by Shawn McNearney, begins at 10:30 p.m. at Poor House, 110 SW 3rd Ave in Fort Lauderdale. Donations collected from the concert will benefit the Music Cares Foundation. For information about the show or the performing bands, call 650-416-6966 or visit www.officialmusiczone.com.

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Music Zone, LLC is a community based live music company committed to improving local artists and bands in cities throughout the United States. Our mission is to help independent artists and bands reach their full potential by providing them opportunities to build their fan base and advance their careers in the music industry.