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November 6, 2012

'Market'ing musicians

Six Market Blvd. enjoys country music success



“After the original release, we just got such a good response from fans, family and friends, that our distribution company decided to take it and distribute it nationwide,” Landau said. “I didn’t realize how much I was looking forward to it until about three days ago, when it really set in that we’re going to be exposed across the nation.

“That’s a pretty big deal.”

Because of their success in breaking onto the country music scene, the band has spent the last few years performing at venues such as the Larry Joe Taylor Texas Music Festival, and reaching out to the public on a more personal level, with the help of the website

Fans can visit the site online and, with the help of friends or family, promote the band through the sharing of their music videos. The contestants with the most promotions are eligible for the opportunity to visit with Six Market members and receive various prizes.

“If they’re going to be our fans, we want them to be friends too, and get to know us on a personal level,” Landau said.

With all of the accomplishments Six Market Blvd. has received so far, the band continues to set the bar high.

“We knew as long as we stuck together and kept writing and performing, we knew we would end of somewhere,” Landau said. “Our hopes have been high and so far, we seem to be taking on the challenges and making it happen.”

To find out more about the band and its members, go to or visit their Facebook page at

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