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Bluhammock Music to Host Listening Stations During Winter Equestrian Festival

Wellington, FL – January 15, 2007 – bluhammock music is helping people tune in at the Winter Equestrian Festival.

bluhammock, a presenting sponsor of the Palm Beach Equine Clinic/Adequan Gold Coast Classic week at WEF, will turn the sponsor tent into an oasis of relaxation from February 7 through February 11, 2007. The area will be complete with 10 freestanding “blu” hammocks, “blu” iPod Nanos filled with bluhammock artists and ambassadors who will assist listeners in finding the music that matches their personal taste.

After swinging in the hammock and sampling bluhammock songs, listeners will be given a download card for 25 free songs. If someone can’t wait to get home to download their new favorite artist, CDs of every bluhammock music artist will be available for purchase in the tent. Visitors to the tent can also register for a chance to win a Swarovski crystal bejeweled nano, which has a retail value of $900. Entries need only to write down a valid e-mail address, and the winner will be contacted via that address to be able to receive the iPod by shipping or delivery.

During the $60,000 Palm Beach Equine Clinic/Adequan Wellington Cup CSI 3* grand prix, which bluhammock music is sponsoring, the listening tent will have an open bar available for patrons.

Aside from sponsoring a week of WEF, bluhammock music will also host a “blu” party on February 18, 2007, at the Palm Beach Polo and Country Club Tennis House, with live performances from bluhammock artists, international cocktails and more. Tickets are $75 in advance and $95 at the door and can be purchased at the Vicomte Arthur store during WEF at Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club.

bluhammock music is an independent record label based in New York City and distributed through Red, a Sony company. Founded by an avid equestrian, bluhammock artists produce music that accompanies a variety of outdoor lifestyles, such as equestrian sports and sailing. Currently, bluhammock has five signed artists whose mission is to produce honest, evocative music that appeals to a range of personalities and ages. The artists are Jim Boggia, Virginia Coalition, Kristoffer Ragnstam, Speech, and Swati.

The company sponsors a variety of outdoor lifestyle activities, such as the Palm Beach Equine Clinic and Adequan Gold Coast Jumper Classic Grand Prix at the Winter Equestrian Festival, Polo at Bridgehampton, Sundance Film Festival and the Nantucket Wine Festival.

For more information, please visit http://www.bluhammock.com.



 

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