TVS Records Releases Boomin Reunion Volume One Album on Digital Streaming Platforms
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25 years ago, a concert was performed in Hollywood with more than 30 top pop artists. Incredibly, the tapes were 'lost', only to be discovered in a storage facility during the COVID lockdown. Now the first 12 songs of 96 found have been released.

CANTIL, Calif. - Californer -- TVS Records has released Boomin Reunion Volume One, a collection of twelve Cash Box Top 40 songs that were recorded live in concert in the late 1990's. Incredibly, these tapes were 'lost' for more than two decades before they were uncovered in a storage facility in Philadelphia during the COVID shutdown. Now, the first 12 of 96 songs have been remastered and released on 150 digital streaming platforms worldwide.

All of the hits were performed by the original artists, including Len Barry, Donnie Brooks, Mitch Ryder, Jim Yester, Robert Parker, Chuck Jackson., and others. The songs were remixed in the technology of the 2020's to ensure maximum quality.

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TVS Records is the record label of the TVS Music Guild, a division of TVS Global Media. TVS Global Media was first established in 1958 as the TVS Radio Network. In 1960, it expanded to include the TVS Television Network, which became one of the leading independent broadcast TV networks in the USA. In fact, TVS Television Network is the fourth oldest commercial broadcast TV network in the USA.

Boomin Reunion Volume One will be released on CD to retail storea, catalogs, and direct to consumer sales in October. Five more volums are being finalized and will be released in the coming months.

Tom Ficara

Source: TVS Television Network
Filed Under: Music, #TVSTVNetworks

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