The Web’s Entertainment Center to Chat Live with Beanie Sigel, the Bloodhound Gang and more!
ALBANY, N.Y., Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ — TWEC.COM (http://www.twec.com), the e-commerce site of leading entertainment products retailer Trans World Entertainment Corporation (Nasdaq: TWMC), announced today its events for the week of February 28. The RadioWoodstock On Stage series continues this week with an audio broadcast of a concert starring Kill Henry Sugar. The Web’s Entertainment Center will be hosting live chats with husband-and-wife folk team The Kennedys, Beanie Sigel, as the SOHH.com Online Hip-Hop Awards Artist series continues, the Bloodhound Gang, gospel crooner Lexi, comedian Red Peters, Cowboy Junkies and Firehouse. In addition, TWEC.COM will air a webcast starring the Cure. Details for each event are as follows:
- The RadioWoodstock On Stage series continues this week as TWEC.COM broadcasts a taped audio concert starring Kill Henry Sugar. The band
has performed and recorded with a wide variety of talented artists,
including Natalie Merchant, Andy Partridge, Mojo Nixon, Tiny Tim and
David Sandborn. The concert with Kill Henry Sugar airs at the
following times: Monday 2/28 at 4:00 PM EST, Wednesday 3/1 at 11:00 AM
EST, Saturday 3/4 at 3:00 AM EST and Sunday 3/5 at 7:00 PM EST.
- At 8:00 PM EST, The Web’s Entertainment Center will host a live chat
with husband-and-wife folk-pop duo The Kennedys. Ever since their 1995
debut, River of Fallen Stars, the Kennedys have experienced critical
acclaim for their music, with its smart lyrics, smooth guitars,
exquisite harmonies, and overall positive energy. The Kennedys’ latest
album, Evolver, was released in January 2000.
- At 9:00 PM EST, TWEC.COM will host a live chat with Beanie Sigel, as
the SOHH.com Online Hip-Hop Awards Artist Series continues. Beanie’s
debut album, Truth, hits stores on Tuesday 2/29. Before his record has
even been released, Beanie has become one of the most sought-after
artists in hip-hop, guest rapping on many collaborations. Everyone who
orders Truth during the chat will receive free shipping on their order.
TWEC.COM will be holding a listening party in celebration of Beanie
Sigel’s new album, beginning at 8:00 PM EST.
- The evening’s events conclude at 11:00 PM EST when The Web’s
Entertainment Center will host a live chat with the Bloodhound Gang.
The band combines rap, punk, metal, rock, dance, techno and R&B
elements to create a unique and distinguishable sound. Their new
album, Hooray for Boobies, hits stores on Tuesday 2/29. Everyone who
orders the new album during the chat will receive free shipping on
- At 8:00 PM EST, The Real Deal Records Chat Series continues as TWEC.COM
hosts a live chat with contemporary gospel singer Lexi. She released
her debut album, Call Her Lexi, in 1990, and after singing backup for
various artists including Gerald Levert, Lexi left the music world and
went back to school to become an English teacher. She recently
returned to the music scene with the release of her second album, Lexi
… And That’s The Way It Is.
- At 9:00 PM EST, join TWEC.COM for a live chat with comedian Red Peters.
After jumping from various music styles throughout his career, Red has
transformed himself into one of the premier pop parodists in the nation
as well as one of America’s most eclectic performers. His list of
influences is diverse, including Spike Jones, Bonzo Dog Band, Zappa and
Spinal Tap. His new album, Ol’ Blue Balls is Back, was released in
- At 9:00 PM EST, The Web’s Entertainment Center will chat with the
Cowboy Junkies. Formed in Toronto in the summer of 1985, the band’s
name is actually a very accurate description of their music. While
based in country and folk traditions, their music is slow and
slumberous, combining lethargic guitars with lead singer Margo Timmins’
haunting vocals. Everyone who orders the Cowboy Junkies’ new album,
Rarities, B-Sides and Slow, Sad Waltzes will receive free shipping on
- At 8:00 PM EST, TWEC.COM will chat live with Firehouse. The hair metal
band arrived on the pop-metal scene in the late 1980s, with their first
album being released in 1991. The album went platinum and Firehouse
experienced instant success. The album scored such memorable singles
as “Don’t Treat Me Bad” and “Love of a Lifetime.” Their second album
went gold. The band released their fifth album, Category 5, in the
fall of 1999.
- At 9:00 PM EST, following the chat with Firehouse, tune in to a webcast
starring music legends the Cure. One of the most enduring and popular
bands to come out of the punk rock movement of the late 1970s, the Cure
was one of the leading bands that inspired the goth-rock music movement
that developed in the mid-1980s. The band has retained a dedicated
cult following throughout their 20-year-plus career. The Cure’s latest
album, Bloodflowers, was released on February 15, and was described as
“a poignant song cycle” by Entertainment Weekly.
About Trans World Entertainment
Trans World Entertainment is the leading music retailer in the United States. The Company operates retail stores in 44 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, as well as an e-commerce site, http://www.twec.com. Mall locations include Camelot Music, Record Town, The Wall and F.Y.E. Freestanding locations include Coconuts Music and Movies, Strawberries Music, Spec’s and Planet Music.
About The Web’s Entertainment Center (TWEC.COM)
TWEC.COM is the online hub for Trans World Entertainment’s retail stores. With worldwide distribution spanning 16 countries in addition to the United States, the site features all of the music CDs and cassettes, video games, DVD and VHS (PAL and NTSC) home videos that are available at its retail stores, and more. TWEC.COM is home to Trans World’s “On Stage” series, featuring live concerts, online chats, in-store artist appearance schedules, in-studio performances and entertainment media that is on-demand.
SOURCE Trans World Entertainment Corporation
CONTACT: Michael Madden, President, COO of Trans World Entertainment Corporation, 518-452-1248 ext. 7077; or Susan Boyle, Media Relations of The MWW Group, 201-507-9500, , for Trans World Entertainment Corporation/