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  • Leeds Gig Prices Remain Competitive During Credit Crunch

    Live music fans in Leeds have something to cheer. With people looking more closely at what they are spending their money on it's heartening to see today's report that the cost of attending a gig in Leeds, UK has dropped by 70p per gig on average since 2007.

    (Filed: Tue Sep 08 2009)
  • Revolution Announces New Privilege Card

    Leading vodka bar and restaurant chain Revolution are pleased to announce the launch of a new Privilege Card, which is available now from all Revolution Bars.

    (Filed: Mon Sep 07 2009)
  • Juliette Leon is an MP3 Music Awards Unsigned Nominee

    The song ‘SUMMER DAY’ that Juliette submitted to the Mp3 Awards which was filmed in Silves - in the Algarve, Portugal - was judged by music industry experts including the chairman of the Performing Rights Society Ellis Rich.

    (Filed: Mon Aug 31 2009)
  • Live Band Hire in London Just Got Easier

    Live music agency Jazz Not Jazz is taking the pain out of trying to book a decent live band in London by providing live video and music samples on their website.

    (Filed: Sat Aug 29 2009)
  • Year Zero Writers: first three novels published this September

    A group of 20 authors from as far afield as Hong Kong, the USA, England, France, Dubai, Greece, and Finland have joined forces to bring their unique brand of contemporary fiction direct to readers. The first titles will be Benny Platonov by Hong Kong resident Oliver Johns, which tells of an exile from the former East Germany who believes he can save Hong Kong’s homeless with his stories; Glimpses of a Floating World by Larry Harrison, an elegy to the lost underbelly of '60s London; and Songs From the Other Side of the Wall by Dan Holloway, the heartbreaking story of a teenage girl growing up in post-communist Hungary who dreams of following her mother to “The West”.

    (Filed: Mon Aug 17 2009)
  • Best Actress Award Goes To Sheetal Sheth For The World Unseen

    The World Unseen has continued as an international film phenomenon and a force to reckoned with in its newest awards achievement, Best Actress for Sheetal Sheth, in her role as Amina, in The World Unseen at the Festival del Mar – Ibiza International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.

    (Filed: Fri Aug 07 2009)
  • Swiftpro's First Pakistani Client

    Popular International Recruiting Agency(PIRA) is now updated with Swiftpro's CVPlus Visual 3.0 Recruitment Software.

    (Filed: Thu Aug 06 2009)
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