Feb 8, 2013

The Hype Media Group Client EDUBB added to SXSW “Teach Austin” Concert Series | The Hype Magazine 24/7 News
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Written by : Jerry Doby| 0 | Entertainment, Music

The Hype Media Group Client EDUBB added to SXSW

Atlanta Hip Hop Trio EDUBB has officially been added to the concert roster for “Teach Austin” the SXSW Edition.  This will be the first time the group has performed at the prestigious concert series.

EDUBB received word in an official email from event promoter Steve Newland stating “Congrats on your official invite to be apart of “TEACH AUSTIN” THE SXSW EDTION CONCERT event March 14th/15th 2013.”  These are words that upcoming artists are excited to hear for the very first time.

EDUBB is a client of the newly created The Hype Media Group which represents a merger of Doby Public Relations and The Hype Magazine to bring added impetus for client campaigns.  The Hype Media Group brings more than 30 Years of experience in the media and public relations sectors of the entertainment industry.

via The Hype Media Group Client EDUBB added to SXSW “Teach Austin” Concert Series | The Hype Magazine 24/7 News.

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Jerry Doby

Jerry is Executive Editor of The Hype Magazine (http://gethypeonline.com), a member of the Recording Academy (Grammy365), as well as a freelance publicist with more than 10 years experience in the urban music field.He is also a Featured Contributor for Yahoo! Voices (A&E) (http://contributor.yahoo.com/user/jdobypr/)

In 2002, Jerry was recognized by the West Coast Hip Hop Hall of Fame for his contributions to the growth and education of independent artists.
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Jerry Doby

Jerry is Executive Editor of The Hype Magazine (http://gethypeonline.com), a member of the Recording Academy (Grammy365), as well as a freelance publicist with more than 10 years experience in the urban music field. He is also a Featured Contributor for Yahoo! Voices (A&E) (http://contributor.yahoo.com/user/jdobypr/) In 2002, Jerry was recognized by the West Coast Hip Hop Hall of Fame for his contributions to the growth and education of independent artists.

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