NEW YORK, NY – Aug. 15 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — 20 Amps, one of New York / New Jersey’s hardest rocking bands, has recently signed with SoJo Artist Management. SoJo will be coordinating all efforts with record labels, radio, retail and publicity.

Debuting publicly in March 2003 to the tune of a sold out, self-promoted CD Release party in northern New Jersey, 20 Amps quickly generated a buzz as loud as their music. As musicians stemming from various talented local regional acts, they finally found their true voices in a small rehearsal studio in Union City, NJ.

With less than two years in the public eye, they’ve already attracted product sponsorships and coveted spots as opening support for national and international performers. In recent history the band has played some legendary venues as CBGBs in New York’s East Village and The Birch Hill in Old Bridge, NJ and along side headlining acts including Ill Nio, Motograter and Spineshank to name a few.

In 2005, 20 Amps became the first band on the Emergenza festival to achieve an American television audience when the band performed live in front of several million viewers from the studios of Telemundo NY Channel 47.

Upcoming tour dates include August 22nd at sin-e in New York City, August 26th at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ as part of the Battle of the Bands Finals and August 29th at Coda in New York City for the Battle to End All event.

For further information, contact Brenda Manzanedo at 917-584-9412.

Editor’s Note: no SoJo company or band website address was provided by the news source for this release.

News issued by: SoJo Artist Management

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Original Story ID: (1907) :: 2006-08-0815-004

Original Keywords: music management, Brenda Manzanedo, 20 Amps, sin-e in New York City SoJo Artist Management

News Source: SoJo Artist Management