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Live365 Launches Sugar Ray Radio

Live365 (http://www.live365.com), the world’s largest Internet broadcasting community with over 38,000 Internet radio stations, today announced the launch of Sugar Ray Radio, the complete and personal Internet radio station of the band Sugar Ray.

The station is set as a unique destination to view both new and original music as well as a comprehensive selection of Sugar Ray’s personal favorite songs by other artists. The new offering, powered by Live365, is accessible through Live365.com (http://www.live365.com) and the Sugar Ray official free email service http://mail.sugarray.com.

Additionally, users who log on to Sugar Ray Radio or Live365 can receive a free email account from the band ([email protected]), personal updates from the band, latest news, new live tracks recorded along their tour this summer, chat with other Sugar Ray fans and pass along the player to friends via email and instant messenger.

“We can program our play list from the road and Sugarray.com email members can pass along the players to their friends online, allowing them to share music and invite their friends to join our email community,” said McGrath, lead singer of Sugar Ray.

“We are thrilled that the band Sugar Ray and Mark McGrath are utilizing the unique capabilities of Live365 to develop their personal Internet radio station,” said John Jeffrey, Executive Vice President of Live365. “Through their new station, not only will Sugar Ray be able to interact and connect with their fans from all over the world at any time, but their fans will be able to learn more about the band, their personal tastes in music, and receive other exclusive insights that continue to elevate and position Live365 as the leader in Internet radio.”

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