Enter Sultans of String’s Spectacular Fall Sweepstakes Now!

Sultans of String Fall SweepstakesHas Sultans of String got a fantastic Facebook contest for you!

Enter Sultans of String’s Spectacular Fall Sweepstakes for a chance to win prizes totaling over $3,000!! Prizes include 2 tickets to their Koerner Hall concert in Toronto with the Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra, plus a 2 night stay at the luxurious Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville Hotel, over 80 CDs from diverse artists, short run CD duplication from MMS including 100 promo discs, a $100 gift card to Long & McQuade and Sultans of String’s 4-CD box set. There are 7 prize packages in total to be won. Even if you live in or near Toronto, this contest offers you an opportunity to win a fabulous staycation!

Contest ends on November 23, 2013, so enter NOW!

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Vote for Anslem Douglas for Best Caribbean Style Artist for Black Canadian Awards 2014!

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We still need more votes to reach the Top 5!

Please cast your vote by visiting this link

You can vote twice each day. Nominations end November 10th

When voting for Anslem for Best Caribbean Style Artist, please tweet with the hashtags #BlackCanadians #BlackCanadianAwards for a chance to win tickets to the awards event, and you can also follow @BlackCanadians. Thanks!

Congratulations to ANSLEM DOUGLAS, songwriter of theinternationally acclaimed and Grammy award-winning hit, “Who Let The Dogs Out,” who has placed in the top list of nominees for Best Caribbean Style Artist for the upcoming BLACK CANADIAN AWARDS 2014 Event. For more information please visitwww.anslemmusic.com / www.BlackCanadians.com

Who hasn’t heard of the 2000 massive internationally acclaimed hit and Grammy Award-winning single “Who Let The Dogs Out”? Sure it was made famous by the Baha Men, (a band that utilized a popular style of Bahamian music called Junkanoo), but did you know it was written and recorded two years before, in the very exciting and traditional soca style by Toronto-based singer-songwriter Anslem Douglas? It was originally, affectionately called “Doggie” and here is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O27fagObxaM to that first recording which was a huge hit in the Caribbean initially and which is very different from the version that most of us know. The covered version was a chart success in many countries, and also became a popular song at U.S. sporting events and featured in the 2009 hit comedy The Hangover.


The Black Canadian Awards ceremony is an event that reflects our commitment to showcasing and celebrating achievements of Black Canadian professionals, artists, trail-blazers and leaders within our community. The Black Canadian Awards will be hosted in Toronto on March 1st, 2014 at the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Theatre, with over 1,000 people in attendance. Volunteering, affiliations and sponsorship opportunities are available.

For more information, please contact:


Beverly Kreller
Twitter: @SPEAKMusicPR
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