Order of the Day was featured on the Chart Magazine website today.
Four Canadian Acts Featured In Budweiser Music Promotion
Monday March 27, 2006 @ 06:00 PM
By: ChartAttack.com Staff
Four Canadian acts are among the 15 that should gain American exposure as part of a campaign to promote Budweiser’s new Select brand.
Ottawa hard rockers Order Of The Day, singer/songwriter Melissa McClelland, Winnipeg folk/roots band Nathan and Delerium member Rhys Fulber’s Conjure One project are all part of the U.S. promotion, which involves 10,000 vouchers being distributed at bars and clubs across the country. Each voucher is redeemable for five free downloads at the BudTune.com website, and recipients can choose songs from any of the 15 acts chosen for the program.
Order Of The Day have contributed “Pretty Things” and “What Are You Waiting For” from their Truth Be Told EP that they’ll release next month. You can also hear their songs at their MySpace page.
“The potential exposure of our music to the American market is huge for us,” OOTD guitarist Tom Pambrun says of the promotion. “It’s getting harder and harder to break new bands these days, so to be able to get on board something like that at the ground level is an extraordinary opportunity and we plan to make the most of it.”
The other artists involved in the promotion are former Sixpence None The Richer singer Leigh Nash, Stereophonics, Jars Of Clay, The Devlins, The Waiting Game, Trespassers William, Venus Hum, The Submarines, Robert Post, Griffen House and Kirsty Hawkshaw.
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