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Registered as AIRE International UK based PR Company:

Throughout its brief history Air has been at the forefront of public relations in the jazz world. Our strong relationships and contacts with key media figures range from the largest national corporations, to the most intimate of regional publications. We have also established a significant database of new media contacts, all of which reflects the considerable effort Air has invested in their field. This attitude has made Air a success from the day it was established, most notably with Jamie Cullum, whose album ‘Twentysomething’ has sold upwards of 3 million copies since it’s release in 2003. We have carried out the PR campaigns for a varied portfolio of artists including platinum-selling artist Madeleine Peyroux, Mercury and Mobo award-winner Soweto Kinch and Europe’s biggest selling instrumental jazz band E.S.T. Our retained accounts with The Cheltenham International Jazz Festival and the BBC Jazz Awards are further proof of our expertise across the board.

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  1. Arunava Chatterjee
    Arunava Chatterjee
  2. Iain Ballamy
    Iain Ballamy
    saxophone, tenor
  1. Enrico Rava: Around the Jazz World in 80 Years - The Leader Part -1

    Multiple Artists

    Enrico Rava: Around the Jazz World in 80 Years - The Leader Part -1
    Published: November 16, 2019
  2. Magnus Ostrom Band at Ronnie Scott's

    Magnus Ostrom

    Magnus Ostrom Band at Ronnie Scott's
    Published: October 01, 2013
  3. My History Of Jazz

    Iiro Rantala

    My History Of Jazz
    Published: November 04, 2012
  4. Catching Up With e.s.t.'s Dan Berglund and Magnus Ostrom

    Multiple Artists

    Catching Up With e.s.t.'s Dan Berglund and Magnus Ostrom
    Published: May 09, 2012
  5. Hot House

    Chick Corea & Gary Burton

    Hot House
    Published: March 28, 2012


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