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January 22, 2005

Albany - AWE music group of Albany showcased talent from their new label Saturday night at Greater Second Mount Olive Sports Complex. The group shared worship songs and sold CDs of artists that are on the label.

Germaine Miller says, "We're showcasing artists that are coming off of our label. They're all from Albany and they're really gifted and talented and it's giving them a form to be able to express who they are, which we will be able to take them and distribute them throughout the nation."

Right now, the label is currently opperating with artists from the Albany area, but hopes to expand beyond the region as they grow.

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