Atlanta's DBS Sounds I & II To Host In Store Celebrity Event For National Record Store Day Saturday April 16th

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  • Detroit, MI (1888PressRelease) March 27, 2011 - On April 16, 2011 major and indie recording artists and the music industry at large are rallying together in support of National Record Store Day ( at ATL's favorite independent retail store; DBS Sounds between 10am and 7pm. Tobago Benito, owner of DBS Sounds I & II, will host a star studded sales event to celebrate National Record Store Day where loyal fans and customers show their support of independent music retailers. There will be performances and appearances by various mainstream and local celebrities, DJs, radio personalities and recording artists. Invited and confirmed guests include; Waka Flaka Flame, Trina, Vashawn Mitchell, Gail Holmes, Killa Mike, Jody Breeze, Ray Lavender, Rick Ross' Maybach Music artists, Block Entertainment Group, and independent artists, Scotty, Mykko Montana, Kelz Holaday and Soulja C. Both DBS Sounds I & II locations will feature exclusive music for sale, performances, celebrity meet and greet and autograph signings with purchase, live music by DJ Scream and DJ Fahrenheit, food, special giveaways and much more. Additional notables are being added daily.

    A time for all music lovers to come together to celebrate the longevity, camaraderie and impact local record stores instill in the community, last year's Record Store Day at DBS I and II brought out artists; Rasheeda, Jody Breeze, The Outlawz, Maceo, Sommer Melody, Mr. Coli Park, Vistoso Bosses, Tity Boy of Playaz Circle, DJ Farenheit, Hard Head Jacob, Mick Starr, Alexis Jordan, Dem Get Away Boyz, Vandarray, Lowell Pye, The Syndicate, Platinum Producer Chris Henderson and Kokane to name a few!

    For over 17 years, the Atlanta area has been the home of DBS Sounds with owner Tobago Benito as the backbone and on the front line for recording artists and labels in the Southeast. Since the beginning of most popular artist's careers, Benito has provided an outlet to consumers for both majors and indies.

    With the drastic decline of CD sales and the billion-dollar bite the industry is suffering, independent record stores are closing left and right and DBS Sounds is a true survivor among a dying breed. Benito understands that this accomplished success for DBS would not be possible without the consumers and hosts this annual event in appreciation. DBS is a mainstay in the community-the 'Last of the Mohicans'.

    To arrange an interview, secure Record Store Day Media Credentials Contact Trea Davenport, Trea Day Management & Publicity at treadaypr ( @ ) gmail dot com or call 678-327-8281 dot Visit http://www dot dbssounds dot com and follow ( @ ) dbssoundsATL on Twitter and http://www dot recordstoreday dot com to learn more dot

    MEDIA CONTACT: Treavion Davenport, Sr. Publicist
    Trea Day Management and Publicity
    (678) 327-8281 or treadaypr ( @ ) gmail dot com

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