SOURCE: Nashville Records, Inc.

November 15, 2007 10:32 ET

Nashville Records to Launch New Interactive Site

NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - November 15, 2007) - Nashville Records (PINKSHEETS: NSHV) is launching a new site featuring an interactive music video called "The Blind Man Saw It All" with new artist Jason Perkins. The site is slated to go live at 11:59 pm, Central Standard Time, on November 15, 2007.

The site is located at: The site features a contest that will be fun and challenging. There will be four winners selected from the participants who guess the Epilogue (ending), write the best Alternate Ending, write the best Prologue, and a guest appearance for the Prologue.

Jason Perkins says, "The song is ingenious and was a lot of fun to record." The video script, Hints WebPages, video, and even the audio track are laced with clues that will help participants write their very best results. Participants will be able to start participating on November 16th and will be able to start entering results by December 20th. Some of the site contents include free downloads. The download for the full song and Hints pages costs $1 but the Hints will give these participants a big leg up on the competition.

The Company wanted the contest to be fun and challenging by asking participants these questions:

--  Do you have killer investigative instincts?
--  Do you have a keen eye?
--  Have you got the guts for this challenge?

...Then carry on chap, you have the Sherlock Holmes instincts to win.

The Company started registering on video sharing websites on November 13th and uploading the preliminary video. There have been hundreds of views from those few sites so far, but the Company has not started any promotion, at the time of this news release, and does not expect a lot of views until the Marketing Campaign begins. The Company has newspapers that will write editorials that will help marketing efforts and these efforts will commence once the Company is comfortable that the Website proves to function with zero anomalies, which should only take 7 to 10 days to fully test. In the meantime, however, viewers can peruse the site and take part in the contest.

After the contest and remainder of the video is completely filmed, the Company plans to co-op with another company for national promotion and also plans to market Jason Perkins with this and other promotions. The song will be released to radio but that date has not yet been determined.

The project is more than just a fun contest... it is a co-venture between Nashville Records® and Mountain Rose Ranch®, a safe home being built for battered and abused women. It encompasses "write to fight" whereby the Company will provide an option for participants to include an extra dollar or two, or any amount chosen, and these proceeds will be donated to Mountain Rose Ranch. The founder is a victim of past abuse herself and could see the desperate need to create a safe environment for other women and their children and offer them safety, legal help, comfort and love. Our actors and writers are also involved and we ask our readers and investors to assist in such a wonderful cause to this non-profit organization and give an extra dollar or two once downloads go live.

Readers and investors are encouraged to visit and download the paid downloads, even if they are not participating in the contest.

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