Pop-Dance Recording Artist Sir Ivan Releases His Album I Am Peaceman In India


NEW YORK, Oct. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire — Worldwide Records, India’s leading Music Label and Distribution Company which exclusively distributes the Buddha Bar Series, Ministry of Sound and more than 40 international labels in India, is releasing popular electro-pop recording artist Sir Ivan’s debut album, I Am Peaceman in India. Due to the global success of Sir Ivan’s single Hare Krishna from I Am Peaceman, Worldwide Records entered into a full distribution deal with Sir Ivan’s New York based label, Peaceman Music. Hare Krishna went to # 10 on Billboard Magazine’s Dance Club Songs Chart in the U.S. in April 2011. The I Am Peaceman album was released throughout all of India. Sir Ivan intends to take a 2 week tour of India to perform and visit with all of his fans in 2013.

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Already well received in the United States, Sir Ivan’s highly acclaimed full-length album, I Am Peaceman, treats the world to dance remakes of iconic anti-war songs inspired by the 1960′s, such as John Lennon’s Imagine, Bob Dylan’s Blowin’ in the Wind, and Buffalo Springfield’s For What It’s Worth. The album also includes an original song titled Peace On Earth that encapsulates Sir Ivan’s message of spreading peace and love and combating hate and intolerance.

Live For Today, another single from the album I Am Peaceman, skyrocketed to # 7 on Music Week Magazine’s Upfront Club Chart in October 2011 and made it to #10 on Music Week Magazine’s Commercial Pop Club Chart in February 2012. This latter chart marked a milestone in Sir Ivan’s career, being the first time he went Top Ten on radio.

For more information, visit www.SirIvan.com/ www.wwrindia.com

To view the video of Sir Ivan’s hit single Hare Krishna, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0disSFmrAZI.

SOURCE:  Peaceman Productions