TORONTO (September 07, 2013) – And the three ReverbNation lucky Indie Artist winners are…drum roll… Sacha, High Diamond and Saidat! After more than 100,000 submissions teenzFAV and ReverbNation announced the winners at 9:00 am EST via Facebook.
The three Indie artists will perform at the very first 2013 teenzFAV awards on September 28, 2013 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Sacha, High Diamond and Saidat had a total of 10,897 votes. In addition to sharing the stage with Canadian talents and teen FAV celebrities, they will be provided with media access.
Sacha is known for her single “Stix N Stones”, an anti-bullying anthem, which received airplay on CBC radio, and 99.9fm Virgin Radio, posting Sacha as the “Rising Canadian Star” with over 30,000 views on Youtube.
High Diamond released their single on May 17, 2013 titled “Broken” which has already gained traction all across Canada with over 65,000 views on Youtube.
Saidat is a motivational speaker who inspires, motivates and empowers individuals by her selfless commitment to help build a better community. Her hit single “Set The World Free” has over 25,000 views on Youtube.
ReverbNation provides over 3.28 million music industry professionals – artists, managers, labels, venues, festivals/events – with powerful, easy-to-use technology to promote and prosper online. ReverbNation operates worldwide with customers on every continent with over 30 million visitors every month.
The teenzFAV awards is all about teens and their FAVs! As Canada’s only multi-category award show focused on highlighting teen favorites, teenzFAV awards explores the best and brightest with diverse categories such as VIRAL youtube stars, FAVorite artist, FAVorite actor and actress, FAVorite Youth Organization, FAVorite inspiring teen, and FAVorite celebrity from the past.
Media Accreditation for the 2013 teenzFAV awards is available on Monday, September 09, 2013. All requests can be submitted directly to Alex Tkachenko, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Only creditable outlets with assignment will be considered.
– For all media inquiries contact:
– Email: teenzFAV@canpr.ca — CAN PUBLIC RELATIONS (CPR) –