SOURCE: KidSational, Inc.

April 26, 2005 07:45 ET

KidSational Records New Teen Band "TGK" Gets Endorsement From Simon Cowell

ORLANDO, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 26, 2005 -- KidSational Records, a subsidiary of KidSational, Inc. (OTC: KDSC), announces that its latest pop sensation, TGK, is set to take Britain by storm after getting the thumbs-up from American Idol judge Simon Cowell.

TGK, who hail from Orlando, are the brainchild of music producer Rod "Allegro" Norman of B2K fame. The funky two boy - two girl band caught the eye of British pop guru Simon Cowell when they played live at the U.S. screen premier of the film "Shrek 2." TGK has now hired Simon's publicist brother Tony Cowell, to help launch the band in Britain next month.

TGK has gained a massive fan base in Florida after taking over the mantle from Justin Timberlake and N'Sync as the spokespersons for America's popular teen portal TeenCentral.net -- which helps teenagers with everyday problems.

The band is currently recording their first album in the U.S. -- with a UK debut single scheduled to be a cover of the Rod Stewart classic "Some Guys have all the Luck."

"TGK are already hot in the U.S.," says Tony Cowell -- who has worked with top British boy band Boyzone. "Their music is edgy, soulful -- and they sing acapella brilliantly. This band has a massive worldwide future. They have a clean image and are very much in touch with today's teenage market. I think they are going to be hot on both sides of the Atlantic."

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