Deivone Tanksley of DMTS (Directing Musicians to Success) Radio is bringing five new shows to it’s downtown venue at 105B West Main St. including three well-known artists.
“We have professional independent artists from Connecticut and three celebrities from out of state,” said Tanksley. “They are known to people and have been around a lot of years.”
This coming Saturday June 30 at 6 p.m. professional RnB singer Brittney Crush will be holding a listening party to her new album Chameleon.
The first official concert takes place on July 14 at 8 p.m. as DMTSradio Presents the “Hiphop Is Alive” concert staring music artist Rez4real, CT, Mike flowz, Govmag, Skeezy and Hartford PO!
“These are six major artists around Connecticut,” said Tanksley. “Drew Fraser (the next concert) has been seen on Saturday Night Live and Comedy Central.
Fraser is coming on July 21 for “It’s Time to Laugh”. He is doing two comedy shows. One at 7 p.m. and the second one at 9 p.m. This event is sponsored by Bodyroc and The Kitchen.
On Aug. 3rd music artist Styles P, a true legend of hiphop, will be taking the stage at DMTSradio Live performing hits from his new album G-Host. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. He was part of rough rider records and LOX.
On Aug 18th music artist Mysonne the voice of the people and a legend of hiphop will be at DMTSradio live performing a live show starting at 8:30 p.m. He is a famous artist from the Bronx.
“We are bringing entertainment and awareness to the City,” said Tanksley. “DMTSradio is starting to get people to come down and realize there are things in New Britain to do. The people who live around New Britain can also come down and have a nice time in a great setting.”
There will be 190 seats for such events as the comedy show and for standing shows there will be 270 spots.
“The amazing thing is that there are businesses that are coming together to support this,” said Tanksley. “These local businesses are coming on board for unity together.”
Every ticket purchased comes with a discount to a local business.
DMTSradio has been open for three weeks.
“Ever since we opened the door we have been working hard to get these artists. Our team worked very hard,” said Tanksley. “Right after these events we are coming with four new events that will be even bigger. People are realizing we are really here to do something for the independent artists of Connecticut. We want Connecticut to flourish in the entertainment scene in a professional manner.”
The station is 90 percent independent.
All Tickets are available to purchase on the website at Www.dmtsradio.info.