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AMG draws up plans promote its music artistes

MUMBAI: A new face will be seen in music videos on your TV sets! AMG india has "exclusively" signed on its first international musician - Oliver Sean - billed as a multi-talented singer, songwriter! With roots in India, this half-Italian good looker is now in India to promote his soon-to-be released English album I Like It.



AMG is also seeking to promote the recently launched music of its other celebrity artistes Shweta Shetty, Sukhdev and Kamaal Khan.

Oliver Sean will soon (June '03) be seen across all major TV channels, radio stations, press, music stores and concert venues promoting his 'original' album, says an AMG release. The album has heavy blues, rock and country influences with a smattering of acoustic guitars, tablas & his unique singing style ! The songs can also be sampled from his album at www.mp3.com/oliverseanband .

AMG CEO Manish Savant says that the company is also promoting its other artists - Shweta Shetty's brand new album Saajna has been released by Universal Music in April end. Shetty has been chosen as MTV's Artiste of the Month this May besides been seen across all the other music channels extensively. 

Viewers can watch Sukhdev live in concert at Water Kingdom on ETC channel this Saturday (10 May 2003) from 9 pm onwards alongwith Vaishali Samant and Nitin Bali. "Sukhdev's second video When I Got Up from My Heart Is Beating has been on-air on all music channels for the last 10 days," says Savant. 

Savant also adds that a Kamaal Khan night will be held in Kolkata this Saturday (10 May 03) and MTV's VJ Anousha will be hosting the concert.

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