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You Rock The World™

Global Interactive Marketplace For Music and Live Performance

"Exposing Great Unknown Original Artists to the World"

Multifaceted Subscription Environment for artists and venues


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    Music Discovery and E-Commerce Environment

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    Live Interactive Global Radio Stations

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    Live Interactive Competitions, Fantasy Leagues, Contests & Fund Raises

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The Place Where:
    Great unknown artists become known to the world.

    Opportunities to thrive are endless and giving back to worthy causes is a constant priority.

    Fans are in control and are truly heard as they elevate an artist's career.

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