nooka in scottsdale arizona: silver medallion




silver medallion is an arizona based soul/electro unit and the silver nooka zub zoo fits their style kinda perfectly – soulful moody dance music for the night. and you can enjoy the desert night with them at the W hotel in scottsdale arizona. see the attached invite image [try not to notice how they squashed my logo!]. there will be 20 free silver nookas given away at the party, so that certainly makes the who thing a great value! i wish i could be there, let me know if any of my readers here make it. listen to their music here.

from their press release:
For the past 6 months, Arizona's SILVER MEDALLION has been performing numerous dates to set up their debut CD The Last Of The Popstars set to be released in August. After winning the MyStudio.net - Battle of the Bands, they rocked the stage at the "Project Ethos: Culture Shock" red carpet event at the Vanguard in Los Angeles. That set up a series of shows and DJ performances in Hawaii over the course of 2 weeks. The band's Oren J & MC Carnegie looked to focus on their home town for the launch of the CD. With a loyal fan base behind them, their single "Gravity" has build enough momentum to make Phoenix commercial radio station KKFR/POWER 98, add the song into their rotation. Supported by a solid club foundation and mixshow airplay at an increasing number of Southwest radio stations, "Gravity" has started to show up on the radar far outside of Arizona.

purchase the nooka that silver medallion wears here.

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