Atlanta, GA, December 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Howard Rosen Promotion, Inc. are a full service radio promotion company that have been in business since 1985, and have been helping artists (both independent and signed) reach their goals of obtaining radio airplay, expanding their fan base, and creating awareness throughout the industry. They have worked with bands such as Green Day, Sister Hazel, Stone Sour, Hanson, Sum 41, Nickelback (via: Roadrunner/RRP/Atlantic), Bon Jovi and many more. They found the band via their Twitter page when their song “Lessons Learned” was released on CBM Records, and a source at the company took the song to Howard himself, and they immediately contacted the label.
Three Beards are a Texas alternative rock band formed by Hank Barbe, a combat vet featured in a TIME Magazine article for a lifesaving mission in Iraq in 2003 titled "Anatomy of a Medevac." Hank started playing music after the hardships of war, and it helped with his PTSD, as well as created a new career where he could channel his energy and message. Not even a year after starting, they were signed to CBM Records, he met Ian Dehle and they quickly formulated a new sound with producer and drummer Mike Froedge (Double Drive, Black Label Society) and bass player William "Billy" Bosler. The band's sound is rock meets Blues Traveler, meets Dave Matthews. Their sophomore release "Lessons Learned" has gained attention from fans, movie producers and other bands, covering the inner thoughts of a soldier struggling with PTSD and suicide.
CBM Records is a young label, making waves with their edgy approach to a new music industry, breaking barriers between the artist and the label. The bands have direct input into the label decisions, confirm any new additions to the label, new partners and have input into many business matters. They have profit sharing on top of royalties and a direct hold into a financial future with the label. They have a strong teamwork, all for one, one for all atmosphere. Everyone is hand picked, the music is top of the line, well produced, with high concentration on a well written song and production.
For further information, contact Kimberly James at 404-573-3646.