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Emblem3 Premieres Music Video For "3000 Miles"

October 10, 2013


U.S. LEG OF THE STARS DANCE TOUR SUPPORTING SELENA GOMEZ KICKS OFF TONIGHT DEBUT ALBUM NOTHING TO LOSE AVAILABLE NOW NEW YORK, Oct. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Emblem3 has premiered a music video for its new single "3000 Miles" today at The video, directed by Ethan Lader (Bruno Mars, Usher, Mariah Carey), was shot in Los Angeles during a break from the group's touring schedule and features authentic home video footage from the band members' childhoods alongside a narrative depicting the difficulty of being away from home. "3000 Miles" is the second single from Emblem3's debut album Nothing To Lose, which made an impressive top 10 entry on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart upon its release in July.

Tonight, Emblem3 will kick off the U.S. leg of the Stars Dance arena tour supporting Selena Gomez. The tour opens with a show at Washington, DC's Patriot Center and runs through the end of November, following a run of Canadian dates completed in August (see full itinerary below). Emblem3, which wrapped up a string of sold-out headlining tour dates before hitting the road with Selena Gomez, has had its live show described as "electrifying" by hometown paper The Orange County Register, which also named them "the boy band to watch in 2013." For ticket information please visit

The Stars Dance tour caps off an exceptional year for Emblem3. The group released its debut single "Chloe (You're The One I Want)" in April to much critical praise, and the song achieved Top 25 airplay at Top 40 Radio, reaching over 100 million listeners in cumulative audience. Nothing To Lose was released in July and debuted at #7 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart, marking the highest first week sales of any other act from The X Factor US and the biggest debut album sales week from any US television competition series artist in 2013. Additionally, Emblem3 won the 'Choice Music Breakout Group' Award at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards, joining past Breakout Award winners including One Direction, Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen and Selena Gomez.

Emblem3, which has been named "The Next Boy Band to Watch" by The Huffington Post, got its start competing on the second season of The X Factor (on Fox) and have performed on Good Morning America's annual Summer Concert Series, The View and The Arsenio Hall Show.

Emblem3 is: Brothers Wesley and Keaton Stromberg and lifelong friend Drew Chadwick.

Emblem3 on Tour with Selena Gomez:

__________________________________________________________________ |Date |City |Venue | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 10|Washington, D.C. |Patriot Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 11|Pittsburgh, PA |Peterson Events Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 12|Boston, MA |TD Garden | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 14|Dallas, TX |Texas State Fair **not with Selena Gomez| |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 15|Buffalo, NY |First Niagara Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 16|Brooklyn, NY |Barclays Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 18|Philadelphia, PA |Wells Fargo Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 19|Uncasville, CT |Mohegan Sun Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 20|Newark, NJ |Prudential Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 22|Hershey, PA |Giant Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 23|Louisville, KY |KFC Yum! Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 25|Nashville, TN |Bridgestone Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 26|Atlanta, GA |Philips Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 27|Charlotte, NC |Time Warner Cable Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 29|Sunrise, FL |BB&T Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Oct 30|Tampa, FL |Tampa Bay Times Forum | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 1 |San Antonio, TX |AT&T Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 2 |Houston, TX |Toyota Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 5 |Phoenix, AZ |US Airways Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 6 |Los Angeles, CA |STAPLES Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 8 |San Diego, CA |Valley View Casino Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 9 |Las Vegas, NV |Mandalay Bay Events Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 10|San Jose, CA |HP Pavilion | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 12|Seattle, WA |Key Arena at Seattle Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 14|Salt Lake City, UT|Energy Solutions Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 16|Denver, CO |1STBANK Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 17|Kansas City, MO |Sprint Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 18|St. Louis, MO |Chaifetz Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 19|Indianapolis, IN |Bankers Life Field House | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 21|Minneapolis, MN |Target Center | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 22|Chicago, IL |Allstate Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 23|Columbus, OH |Nationwide Arena | |______|__________________|________________________________________| |Nov 26|Detroit, MI |Palace of Auburn Hills | |______|__________________|________________________________________|

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COLUMBIA RECORDS One of the most respected and successful record labels in the world, Columbia Records is home to established superstars and exciting new talent. Columbia Records is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment. Sony Music Entertainment is a global recorded music company with a current roster that includes a broad array of both local artists and international superstars. The company boasts a vast catalog that comprises some of the most important recordings in history. It is home to premier record labels representing music from every genre, including Arista Nashville, Beach Street, Bystorm Entertainment, Columbia Nashville, Columbia Records, Day 1, Descendant Records, Epic Records, Essential Records, Essential Worship, Fo Yo Soul Recordings, Kemosabe Records, Legacy Recordings, MASTERWORKS, Polo Grounds, RCA Inspiration, RCA Nashville, RCA Records, Reunion Records, Sony Classical, Sony Music Latin, Star Time International, Syco Music, Vested in Culture and Volcano. Sony Music Entertainment is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America.

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