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Vintess Entertainment comes live for Music catalogs in Europe





Vintess Innovation Entertainment has concluded arrangements for a big show tagged “SCPP DAY” Record store to sell music catalogs

Vintess Music Label controls more than 1 million International mainstream artists across the world, talking about Tina Turner, UB 40, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, among others
Music genre: Pop, Soul, Jazz, Classical music, etc.

According to the CEO, Vintess Music France, Amb Vivian Vincent, the event which will hold on Saturday 20th April 2024, will commence at 2 pm to 8 pm. It was also gathered that live concert will take place from 8pm till 12 midnight at the Ground Control, 81 Rue du Charolais, 75012 Paris, France.

Amb Vivian Vincent stated that the event will afford music lovers all over the world to buy their old-school music collection from their favourite legendary artists.
She stated that VINYL Collection Package Vinyl is between 27.99 and 100 euro.

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Explaining further, Isokpan said for Tina Turner’s best collection Vinyl = 275.99 euro; while UB 40 best collection Vinyl = 265.99 euro. Also, Rolling Stones’s best collection goes for 289.99 euro while * Bob Dylan’s best collection is 222.99 euro.

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