JOHN DOTE' / NIGHTBEAT IN LAS VEGAS / NATIONAL AND WORLD PROMOTIONS / UPN-SCREEN GEMS NETWORK
Las Vegas Disc Jockey John Dote' Opens Arms For Creed "NIGHTBEAT IN LAS VEGAS" TVSHOW
BREAKING OUT WITH THE HITS From the desk top of Martin Varella / Staff Writer / Media
Las Vegas Disc Jockey John Dote' Opens Arms For Creed
No doubt, music has changed with every season. History repeats itself over and over again. Music seems to borrow itself from the past. It's all been done. There is nothing new under the sun. Yet, some groups are willing to take a chance that they are original. And its upto in this case for the record promoter to introduce the public to the next phaze of sounds to hit the airwaves. Not only is the record promoter bearing the weight of the act, but of the record label as well. It is quite a task and very expensive to say the least. Especially when your an Independant label like Wind-Up Records.
Kim Burke, who is head of the label's video division felt she had something new. A group by the name of Creed. She contacted Las Vegas Disc Jockey and Promotions Giant John Dote' who was the host of the hit television series "Night Beat In Las Vegas" as seen on The UPN- SCREEN GEMS NETWORK. Dote' was handling new releases in that market for Warner Bros., MCA, Dreamworks, A&M, Geffin, Capitol and many other major labels. He was actually creating new hit records from his show that included "Oops I Did It Again" by Britney Spears, "Smooth" by Santana and "Then The Morning Comes" by Smash Mouth. Kim Burke of Wind-Up Records, an Independant label handed over the entire Creed catalogue to Dote' and the rest is history. Creed recieved extensive airplay from coast to coast.
NATIONAL AND WORLD PROMOTIONS BY JOHN DOTE' FOR SCREEN GEMS NETWORK