News: Novus Folium, Lost Point ink deal with Fuel AgencyBy Paige Montgomery | April 22nd, 2011 | No Comments »
Two of Denver’s most promising active rock bands, Novus Folium and Lost Point announced today that they will be the newest additions to the Fuel Agency, a national talent booking agency based out of Ohio.
“I love both bands,” said Fuel owner Dave Spiggle. “I think the songs, the image, the whole package — if pushed correctly — can make something great for both bands.”
The Fuel Agency’s roster has included C.C. DeVille, L.A. Guns, Black Veil Brides, VH1 reality stars Mindy Hall and Ambre Lake (“Rock of Love”) and currently features touring acts Muck Sticky, Frequency Fifty Four, Star City Meltdown, Circus Asylum and Tetanus.
Novus Folium will be heading out on their first national tour with Michigan’s Frequency 54 beginning Saturday, June 25 at Summit Music Hall (also Novus Folium’s CD Release Party) and will head throughout the South until July 18.
“This is the first big step that takes us closer to being more successful as independent artists,” says NF front man Jonathan Lee. “It’s also the start of us realizing the dream of Novus becoming a nationally recognized group.”
The Lost Point guys are still in talks on when their first run with Fuel will be and will announce their tour plans via their Facebook page.
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