Siri Music Group Introduces…Miesa|”Too Bad For You”

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On the heels of Siri Music Group‘s signing to Caroline – the Independent Services division of Capitol Music Group (CMG), Miesa‘s new single “Too Bad For You,” is available now; the first under new agreement. “We’re excited that the next evolution of, Siri Music Group, is in partnership with Caroline,” says Siri Music Group President Chauncy Jackson, “After visiting the teams in both New York and at the Capital Tower in LA, I am confident that we’ve found a group of music enthusiasts who’s vision mirrors our own.”

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This past October Miesa launched The Suite Tour, in partnership with Kimpton Hotels in Philadelphia, “We were thrilled to have Philadelphia be the first stop on Miesa’s Suite Tour with Kimpton Hotels,” said Kristin Bradley, Regional PR Director for Kimpton Hotels in the Northeast. “It was such a treat to be able to offer our guests at both the Palomar and the Monaco, as well as the local community, two truly unplugged performances from such an incredibly talented singer. Hosting these events in our suite spaces allowed for Miesa’s talent and personality to shine through, introducing our guests to a burgeoning new artist in an intimate environment.” The tour will see stops in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Boston and Washington DC at the top of the year.

“It’s important that we continue to be innovative during this time in the music industry,” says Jackson, “We have been fortunate to have partnerships with Zipcar, Kimpton, Privileged Shoes, Gibson, and O’Keeffe’s throughout the last few years and that has built a tremendous growth in her fan base.” With the release of her single, “Too Bad For You,” iTunes customers also receive a digital booklet, which offers never before seen images from one of Miesa’s tour dates at the Kimpton’s Epic Hotel in Miami, Florida. This photo booklet, marks the first of its kind for a single download and will give fans a visual preview into Miesa’s story. “People miss the booklet, the liner notes, the lyrics. It’s time to bring that back,” says Jackson.

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