New York, NY, April 28, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Emmy Award-winning International Violin Duo Nuttin' But Stringz has retained MAYO Communications for national Publicity.
Damien and Tourie Escobar, "Nuttin But Stringz", began playing New York’s subways when they were little boys and grew up in Queens, New York. They were the youngest to attend Julliard Schools of Music at the tender age of 10.
Earlier this month Nuttin' But Stringz performed live on Dancing with the Stars and MTV Unplugged. The Iceland Volcano canceled their scheduled TV performance on a French version of America's Got Talent.
MAYO will provide entertainment publicity and global media relations for the international recording artists.
The urban rock violinists have performed and interviewed with more than 60 different TV shows ie. The Tonight Show w/Jay Leno, Ellen, The Today Show. Noggin's (Jack's Big Music Show) to name a few. They performed for President Bush at the White House and for current President Barack Obama at his inaugural ball.
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