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Press Release Category Entertainment - Music - ASM Release Date: June 28, 2005

Stir Caused By Independent Album By Avery Stafford


By ASM
June 28, 2005
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Album Undignified by Avery Stafford begins to make impact overseas in Europe.

PR9.NET June 28, 2005 - American artists such as Marvin Gaye, Jimi Hendrix, Backstreet Boys, and Tina Turner are considered musical icons all over the world. Yet their artistry was perfected in the United Kingdom prior to having success in the United States. Major record labels pour millions of dollars into their signed artists, while independent artists often struggle due to a lack of available resources. Without these resources, it is virtually impossible to make significant waves in the music industry. And then there is Avery Stafford.

DESTINATION: Europe … first stop: STOKE-ON-TRENT. "Stir Caused By Independent Album By Avery Stafford" is a direct quote from the Internet music Zine Cross Rhythms. [http://www.crossrhythms.co.uk/articles/Undignified_Avery/15184/p1/]. They continue on to say that Avery "is creating considerable interest with his new independent album 'Undignified'. The project is produced by Stafford and Patrick Collins, who has mastered albums for Stevie Wonder and Fleetwood Mac. It features such musicians as Mark Kenoly (Rose Royce, Promise Keepers), Tim Abbott (Ron Kenoly) and Tony Bolivar (Andrae Crouch)."

Second stop: BERLIN. Stafford's UNDIGNIFIED album has received airplay almost every week since February 6, 2005 on JAM FM Black Music [http://www.jamfm.de]. Torsten Williamson-Fuchs, radio disc jockey plays Stafford's album consistently on his show Sunny Sunday. The more frequent spins include "Get My Praise On," "Hold On," and a remake of Marvin Gaye's classic "How Sweet It Is (2b loved by You!)."

Third stop: AMSTERDAM. Blastro debuted Avery's music video "How Sweet It Is" in their R&B category. Fiesta Info Media in Holland began streaming it on their website, further showing Avery's worldwide appeal [http://www.fiestainfo.nl/media.php]. This Gospel/R&B crossover video was just selected by Internet Video Magazine as one of their BEST INTERNET VIDEOS OF THE WEEK [http://www.internetvideomag.com/BestVideosoftheWeek.htm].

Final stop: LONDON. "How Sweet It Is, the music video" is currently featured by Video-C as one of their "Urban Hot Picks" and "Independent Hot Picks" [http://www.video-c.co.uk/urban/showvids.asp?vidref=aver001].

For more information on the album UNDIGNIFIED by Avery Stafford, visit his website at http://www.averystafford.com. Music, radio, and video industry execs can receive promotional material by contacting ASM at info@averystafford.com.


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ASM stands for Avery Stafford Ministries. ASM is the online home of the music ministry of Avery Stafford. We are located in San Jose, CA. Our goal is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through powerful contemporary Gospel music.

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