Saturday, February 1, 2014

hennemusic celebrates 4th Anniversary

Rock music news service hennemusic celebrates its 4th anniversary today.

Launched in 2010, hennemusic has developed into a reputable worldwide rock news service, with reports regularly shared by music fans around the globe and featured by trusted media brands, artist websites and dedicated artist fan sites.

“hennemusic continues to provide quality news coverage daily to music fans around the world,” says Bruce Henne. “We turn 4 with a BIG thanks to our readers and global media partners for their ongoing support!”

Music fans determine the weekly hennemusic Hot 10 chart, which tracks the most-read stories of the past seven days; they’re also responsible for the winners of the annual hennemusic Rock News Awards, which were won recently by Van Halen and Pearl Jam (details here).

A music media veteran, Henne is a pioneer in Canadian network radio. Bruce helped create, market and build major music brands, including Q107 Toronto’s Rock Radio Network and The Legends Of Classic Rock, 102.1 The Edge Toronto’s The Ongoing History Of New Music, and branding, producing and launching ExploreMusic.

Henne has worked with virtually every major rock act in the business while producing "Rockline," "Little Steven's Underground Garage," and other U.S.-based shows for Canadians, creating radio series like "All Access" and "One On One", and producing more than 400 music specials, world album premieres and live broadcast events.

hennemusic continues its successful partnership with antiMusic, one of the premier rock music news sites in the world.

In the fall of 2010, hennemusic became the first “official news provider” for the Day In Rock, ahead of mainstream media brands.

See also:

Van Halen and Pearl Jam top the 2013 hennemusic Rock News Awards
2013 hennemusic Rock News Awards announced
Van Halen dominate the 2012 hennemusic Rock News Awards
Van Halen win two hennemusic Rock News Awards
Guns N’ Roses named hennemusic’s Rock News Artist of The Year
Jimmy Page’s 2011 plans named hennemusic’s Rock News Story Of The Year