Music Industry News Network [05-07-2014]

Marshall Dane Will Guest On Rogers TV's "Night Time With Michael A. Charbon" This Friday

Url: http://www.marshalldane.com/

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This Friday, May 9, 2014, Country Music Association of Ontario Award Nominee,Marshall Dane will be a guest on Rogers TV’s “Night Time With Michael A. Charbon.” Marshall will be interviewed about his burgeoning career, including his latest single and video for “Alcohol Abuse,” his summer tour plans, and his upcoming US radio promo tour and CMA Fest appearances in June. The show airs on Rogers TV Mississauga, Cable 10. Viewers can tune in locally, on Friday at 11pm, Saturday at 3am and 10pm, and the following Friday at 12:01am. Check local listings and the Rogers TV website at www.rogerstv.com.

“Night Time with Michael A. Charbon” is the Peel Region’s only dedicated late night talk show. Join Michael and the Night Time Band, featuring Music Director Arlene Paculan, each week for great entertainment, interesting guests, comedians, and our exclusive “Michael’s Peel Adventures: Breaking Down Barriers.” Michael A. Charbon is a Gemini Award winning independent broadcast television Producer and Executive Producer for over 27 successful years, with credits ranging from Live Sports coverage to multi-episodic series creation for major Canadian and international television networks.

Marshall Dane is based in Port Credit, Ontario, Canada. He is a four-time CMAO Nominee, having been nominated for Best Male and Best Album in both 2013 and 2014. He will be performing at the May CMAO Awards ceremony. He will also be performing at CMA Fest in Nashville, the Boot Hill Jamboree, and other events, this summer. For more information, visit http://www.marshalldane.com.

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