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Beyond 5, Americas Hottest New Boy Band, Announces Affiliation with Green Light Booking

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America’s most exciting new boy band, Beyond 5, is now available through Green Light Booking, a leading music and entertainment agency.

Salt Lake City, USA – March 21, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Beyond 5, America’s hottest new boy band, is taking the pop music world by storm. Fighting their way through frenzied crowds on their recent Asian tour, these five talented teenagers stunned audiences in eight countries, performing a total of 27 shows and demonstrating to the world why their fame is skyrocketing. With youthful energy and nearly unimaginable performance skills, they sang and danced their way into the hearts of tens of thousands of screaming female fans. Many are hailing them as the next One Direction, and Green Light Booking feels privileged to be able to offer this incredible new group to its clients.

The band was originally created by successful music producer Tyler Castleton and his business partner, musician and producer Russ Dixon. With a great deal of pop music and boy band experience between the two, they set out to create a group that could share their amazing talents as well as the power of positive music. After auditioning hundreds of hopefuls in cities all around the globe, life has changed dramatically for the five talented pop singers who are now Beyond 5. Being greeted by groups of screaming fans and camera flashes as they arrive at performance venues has become the norm for these performers.

Once their month-long Asian tour successfully wrapped up, it was off to Nashville to jumpstart what in all likelihood will be a very promising musical career. After recently releasing their first single on iTunes, the group is excited about the buzz it’s creating. Their catchy, original tunes are mostly from the combined songwriting skills of Dixon, Castleton and Scott Krippayne, and are a big reason for the group’s overnight success. They are now getting close to releasing their greatly anticipated, first full-length CD.

Green Light Booking is proud to be associated with the Beyond 5 team and looks forward to being a participant in their drive to the top. And judging by the amazing response seen so far, the drive won’t take long. Stop by Green Light Booking for more info about this hot new boy band.

More Beyond 5 information: http://www.greenlightbooking.com/beyond-5-boy-band/

For more information about us, please visit http://www.greenlightbooking.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Sally Johnson
Email: info@greenlightbooking.com
Address: Salt Lake City, UT
Phone: (801) 796-3991
Organization: Green Light Booking

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