Empire Street / Press

“That Boston raucous rockers Empire Street have scored a three-year deal with Round Hill Music to administer the band’s new self-titled extended play recording. The boys already have licensed three songs to ESPN, including their hit “Get Up.” The music plays on “Mint Condition” and it was an intro for an interview with former Red Sox skipper Terry Francona, now with the Cleveland Indians. Empire Street plays the Middle East on March 15. - See more at: http://bostonherald.com/inside_track/the_inside_track/2013/02/we_hear_aaron_kushner_terry_francona_lyndon_byers_and_more#sthash.pzaYGSDu.dpuf”

“Boston rock band Empire Street and New York-based creative rights management company Round Hill Music have reached an exclusive 3-year agreement to administer Empire Street’s new self-titled EP. Empire Street – formed in 2011 – has been gaining national attention with their unique sound and raucous live performances. “We are pumped to be working with a world-class organization like Round Hill,” says guitarist and co-founder Michael Fitzmaurice. “Joshua Gruss and the entire team at RHM have been incredible to work with already and we are looking forward to great mutual success.” “Besides being one of the most impressive live acts I’ve ever come across, Empire Street makes music that will have strong appeal in the synchronization world, which makes them a great fit for us,” said Round Hill Music CEO/Chairman Joshua Grass. Round Hill Music services a wide range of artists including Cee Lo Green, Bruno Mars, Carrie Underwood, Tina Turner, Katy Perry and Faith Hi”