Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park to Curate Program Celebrating Innovation in Music by Providing Unique Awards
COSTA MESA, Calif., Feb. 8, 2013 – As partial of a three-year partnership as a “Official Vehicle Partner” of a GRAMMY Awards®, Hyundai has teamed with The Recording Academy® to emanate “Center Stage,” an innovative online height designed to yield veteran mentoring and bearing for artists detected and amplified by a GRAMMY’s innovative GRAMMY Amplifier program.
For “Center Stage Powered By GRAMMY Amplifier,” Mike Shinoda, member of two-time GRAMMY winning rope Linkin Park, will offer as curator for “Center Stage,” that was grown formed on a success of GRAMMY Amplifier. Launched by The Recording Academy in January, GRAMMY Amplifier, allows musicians to share their marks around SoundCloud for a possibility to have their song common online by a row of low-pitched icons.
“Center Stage” will name 3 artists with a many “amplification” (shares/likes) and away endowment them with a recording event with a heading GRAMMY producer, prolongation of a song video with a remarkable writer and/or director, or an opening act opening container on a vital debate or song festival. The winning artists will be announced during The GRAMMYs annual SXSW celebration in March, during SXSW 2013. Visit www.grammyamplifier.com or www.hyundaicenterstage.com for a possibility to enter a module and for a finish set of rules.
“Hyundai’s partnership with The Recording Academy ties together music’s biggest code with Hyundai’s passion for creativity and innovation,” pronounced Steve Shannon, clamp president, marketing, Hyundai Motor America. “In stability a successful relationship, ‘Center Stage’ and a GRAMMY Amplifier allows Hyundai to bond with an assembly that loves song and share good song with fans everywhere.”
Hyundai will also play a starring purpose during a GRAMMYs as both a “Official Vehicle Partner” of a GRAMMY Awards and GRAMMY Week. As partial of GRAMMY Week, Hyundai Equus and Genesis vehicles will beauty a red carpet, chauffeur VIPs to a awards ceremony, and be on arrangement during a central GRAMMY Celebration® after-party. The 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards will take place live on Sunday, Feb. 10, during STAPLES Center in Los Angeles and will be promote in high-definition TV and 5.1 approximate sound on a CBS Television Network from 8 – 11:30 p.m. (ET/PT).