Stone Ridge NYJune 1, 2010 has been set as the target date for release of Face the Musics Second Album Your Work is Your Song. The new release will feature songs written by FTM band members based on topics and issues that our clients express about their work place experiences.
The FTM bands single, Call Me, Beep Me, Page Me, was released in September 2000. It has become one of the most frequently played songs in FTMs history. It comes as no surprise that this single would have been on the top 10 list of the Corporate Music Charts, within a week of release, if indeed any Corporate Music Charts existed!
Paul Kwiecinski, President and CEO of FTM Records Distributing Corp., also disclosed that, in addition to the second album release, FTM will release Your Work is Your Song as a single, intended primarily for juke-box operators, if any still exist.
Americas--and probably the world's--hottest interactive band cracked the team building market with the unprecedented achievement of having played their original music, while hosting interactive events in the US and Europe throughout this past decade inviting their clients to contribute their own original songs. One third of their events were leadership programs and the rest were events that helped organizations with different ways to view their challenges in the market place and within internal structures.
As a result of their phenomenal popularity, FTM has become the No. 1 topic of discussion on all levels of society. They even headlined at the Jazz at Lincoln Center during the Innovation Forum in 2007.
Their impending success throughout the world has been heralded with astounding coverage in the press. They have already been featured on CNN as well as written up in Fast Company and other National magazines. Radio has spoken thousands of words about the company and at least one local newspaper, the Woodstock Times, saw fit to write an editorial about Face The Music.
Although not yet confirmed, rioters have been sited at nearly all the FTM appearances in London (most recently for City and Guilds). There is speculation that this may happen in Asia or even Ohio.
The FTM unpublished Newsletter last April wound up saying: Corporate America had better take thought as to how it will deal with the invasion of FTM globally, as it is helping companies all over the world with its renowned interactive programs ...Indeed the cry of Lets keep FTM on our own turf might be just the thing.
Adaptation from "Beatles single takes off"
(Capital Records press release dated Jan.9, 1964)