Colin Levy happy with US college radio tour

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As singer Colin Levy winds down his month-long US college radio tour, he
confesses to being in extremely high spirits and ready to share his music with
the world.

The reggae artiste, who has been in the States since the first week in April,
was on a  promotional blitz of his most recent song, Lovers' Holiday, from his
soon-to-be-released album, Unleashed. Already the single has found favour in
Jamaica, where it is enjoying good rotation on radio and has made its way onto
the Jamaica Countdown Chart.
Levy, who also uses the moniker Iley Dred, is accompanied on the road  by his
marketing manager, Brian 'Daddy Biggs' Muntz, who single-handedly put together
the radio station package.
Muntz, the IT Coordinator for computing services in a university in Canada, is
also part time in the music business working in the field of Artist &
Repertoire, music production and marketing.  Muntz, who took on Colin Levy as a
client and started working with him immediately after hearing the Lovers'
Holiday single feels very strongly about his project and the upcoming album.
Biggs explained that the artiste has been making inroads by showcasing his music
to one of the largest audiences anywhere - college students. He noted that
college radio stations are quite powerful and said this was an excellent
opportunity for Levy to take his career to the next level.
"Obviously, this is not about money, since this tour is purely promotional, but
the potential for making money down the road because of this is immense," Muntz
Muntz took the singer to visit on a seemingly endless list  of college radio
stations in Washington, New York,  Atlanta and several other states, and he and
Levy were in one accord as they hit the road for close to 30 days while
journeying on this musical labour of love.
"I have wrapped up my North America College Radio promotional tour, on a
positive note," Levy said from Washington, which was among his last stops on the
"I have  finally started living my dreams as an artiste and this has always been
my desire," he concluded.
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