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British fashion brand Ben Sherman is partnering with the PRS
Foundation’s ‘Momentum Music Fund’ to support new music and talent with a
series of live events and in-store performances.

As part of the partnership, Ben Sherman will support Momentum funded
artists beginning with a free live performance by West London duo
Babeheaven, at the brand’s flagship Carnaby Street store in London on May
23.

The series will continue in June, with Ben Sherman officially launching
the first of their Ben Sherman Presents Momentum gigs at London’s The Old
Blue Last on Great Eastern Street on June 6 with performances by Hull band
Life, Paris Youth Foundation and rising London solo artist Zilo.

To coincide with the series, Ben Sherman will also host a live
performance from Momentum supported artist Ten Fé at their flagship as part
of Carnaby Street Music Month.

Talbot Logan, senior vice president brand management for Ben Sherman
said in a statement: “Ben Sherman has always had a long history with music
and it’s subcultures, so partnering with the PRS Momentum Music Fund feels
like a great partnership for the brand this year.

“The fund has a long history of supporting artists who have gone on to
be nominated for and win such prestigious awards such as the BRIT Awards.
We’re really excited to be a part of the fund for 2019 and look forward to
supporting the newest talent from the British music scene.”

Joe Frankland, senior grants and programmes manager at PRS Foundation
added: “Music and fashion have always been closely linked and play
important roles in the melting pot that informs artistic inspiration. It
makes sense for our pioneering Momentum Music Fund to join forces with one
of the most iconic British brands and it is encouraging to see such a name
investing in the future of music, at a time when support is so needed. We
can’t wait to offer vital live and promotional platforms to more Momentum
grantees.”

Managed by PRS Foundation, the Momentum Music Fund awards grants of
between 5,000-15,000 ponds using funds from PRS Foundation, PPL, Creative
Scotland, Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government, Arts Council of Northern
Ireland and Invest NI.

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