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Free Downloads-

SoulsticeMusic.bandcamp.com

Myspace-

www.myspace.com/soulstice-music

Facebook-

xrl.us/soulstice

Check out Soulstice in Charlotte at the Evening Muse on March 20th!

Tickets-

https://tickets.aftonshows.com/soulstice

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    Fort Mill, South Carolina 29715 United States
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Awards
  • 1st Place 2010 Nation Ford Battle of the bands

  • 1st Place 2010 Nation Ford Talent Show

  • 2nd Place 2010 Muzak Battle of the Bands

  • 1st Place 2009 Nation Ford Battle of the Bands

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  • Reading Rocks on CN2

    magine getting out of class at 9 in the morning to go see a rock and roll concert, Sounds pretty cool! The young people at Gold Hill Elementary in Fort Mill got to do just that on this Monday. More than 200 students were excused from class to attend "Reading Rocks!" a free concert from the local band Soulstice.Publication: cn2.comDate:
  • Reading Rocks in Fort Mill Times

    The 200 Gold Hill Elementary Students who attended a concert from local band Soulstice were initially tentative to let loose. Accustomed to behaving themselves during most school-sponsored assemblies, the students sat politely as the alternative rock band began their set…that is, until band members asked the Gold Hill Elementary staff if the kids could stand and participate.Publication: fortmilltimes.comDate:
  • 2010 Muzak Battle of the Bands

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Vanessa Davis/Splash! PR vanessadavis@splashpublicity.com 615-321-1383 Shauna Collins/Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation Shauna_Collins@muzak.com 803-242-3129 MUZAK HEART & SOUL FOUNDATION PARTNERS WITH BELMONT UNIVERSITY FOR NOISE! CAMP NASHVILLE, TN – The Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation is excited to announce they are partnering with Belmont University to bring their NOISE! Music Camp to Nashville to the Belmont campus this summer from July 18-28. Students aged 15-17 throughout the U.S. with a passion for music who are interested in making a career within the music industry are encouraged to apply for the camp at www.heart.muzak.com. Applications must be returned by April 2nd, 2010. Several students from last year’s NOISE! Camp were recently in attendance at one of Muzak’s most fun events of the year, the 4th Annual Carolinas Battle of the Bands, held in Charlotte March 13th. The event hosted nine competing bands and also featured a performance by two members of last year’s winning band, “Through Porchlight,” at the Neighborhood Theater in Charlotte. Kirsten Browne, from Concord, N.C., won first prize at this year’s competition, which included premium professional studio time to record a demo, subscriptions to Sonicbids.com and Onlinegigs.com, a song on a Muzak program heard by over 100 million people every day, a $100 music store gift certificate, a video of the competition and 200 copies of the artist’s demo produced by Muzak for distribution. Soulstice Music from Ft. Mill, S.C., took second place in the Battle of the Bands, with Blackjack, from Hendersonville, N.C. taking third. Judges for the evening’s event included producer Walter Stewart, (Producer of Loverboy and others) Imagine Entertainment’s Tina Gibson and Ron “Hollywood,” CHP Audio’s Charles Holloman and local Charlotte musician Christian Skilone. The emcee for the evening was Nate Richie from 106.5 The End radio, (which was also a Battle of the Bands sponsor, along with Bojangles, Sonicbids.com, Sam Ash Music Stores, and Onlinegigs.com). Add Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation as your friends on Facebook and Twitter at (www.twitter.com/muzakheartsoul), and Myspace at (www.myspace.com/muzakheartandsoul). The Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation helps students channel their passion for music into real world opportunities by providing educational programs for teens on all aspects of the music business. Heart & Soul was established in 1998 by Muzak, a leading provider of business, music, and other sensory branding services that believes in the power of music education to change and better lives. The foundation, which seeks to support and redefine music education, grants over $100,000 annually to school music programs around the country. Studies have shown that schools that have music programs have significantly higher graduation rates than those without programs – 90% as compared to 73%, and students with band or orchestra experience attend college at a rate twice the national average. To learn more about the Muzak Heart & Soul Foundation, visit www.heart.muzak.com. # # #Publication: Muzak Battle of the BandsDate:

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