National Radio Stations Unite to Preserve Metal With The Help of The Hall of Heavy Metal History
October, 2017 (Clifton, NJ) — This Halloween, numerous radio stations throughout the country will unite for a “National Night of Metal” in an effort to help preserve heavy metal music.
The campaign was developed by The Hall of Heavy Metal History. The organization enshrines Iconic hard rock and heavy metal musicians and industry executives into an annual Hall of Fame ceremony every January. With a fanatical global fan base, they are dedicated to preserving hard rock and metal music for future generations.
“A National Night of Metal unites the fans, radio stations, industry executives, and DJ’s all at the same time,” says Hall of Heavy Metal History founder Pat Gesualdo. “The event enables listeners to vote for the albums from their favorite bands, then the DJ’s get to choose their favorite song on the most requested albums. Fans also get a chance to win great prizes and vip access to the all-star induction ceremony. It’s like making Halloween a National holiday for hard rock and metal fans everywhere.”
About the Hall of Heavy Metal History
The Hall of Heavy Metal History is a non-profit organization dedicated to enshrining forever, those Iconic musicians and music industry executives who are responsible for making hard rock and heavy metal music what it is today. Their contribution to the genre is invaluable, and they keep inspiring the fans throughout the world, from generation to generation.
The Hall of Heavy Metal History does the annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony for legendary hard rock and heavy metal musicians and music industry executives, every January in Anaheim CA. It also has an on-stage induction ceremony at Wacken, the world’s largest heavy metal festival in Germany. In addition, the Hall is part of the D.A.D. Program which helps children fight disabilities on a Global basis.
For more information, to recommend a radio station, or to join the “National Night of Metal” campaign, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or 973-725-5150.
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