Crowe Entertainment, located at 1019 16th Avenue South, Nashville, TN  37212, has signed a Management Agreement with the metal band Circle of Signs.  The band, Circle of Signs, was formed in 2005 and has built a dedicated following.  The unique instrumentation, which includes flute and harp, and stage show has proven to be a major draw for metal fans.

Crowe Entertainment will be presenting Circle of Signs on October 23, 2010 at 8:pm.  The event will take place at the Nashville Center Stage which is located at 514 8th Avenue South, Nashville, TN  37203.  We would like to invite you to join us for this event which will include two opening acts and a performance by Circle of Signs , which will start at 10:30pm.  Please contact Crowe Entertainment at Jo@CroweEntertainment.com or 615-321-7332 so that we can reserve a place for you at the VIP area.

Crowe Entertainment was established in 1987 and has received over 200 major label and independent cuts, as well as obtaining record deals for several artists. Crowe Entertainment is a recipient of the 2009 Bluegrass Song of the Year Award which was presented February 7, 2010 at the SPBGMA Awards Show. The award was presented for the song titled “Amanda Lynn” which Midnight Crow, a subsidiary of Crowe Entertainment, has publishing credits along with Bob Stegall Music.

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