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Media Alert-View Exclusive Rare Led Zeppelin Photos at The hmv Underground

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/30/14 -- In celebration of the reissue of Led Zeppelin's classic first three albums, hmv Canada, the country's premiere retail destination for music and entertainment, in partnership with Warner Music Canada, will launch an exclusive Led Zeppelin Photo Exhibit at The hmv Underground. The Exhibit of rare photographs will run June 3, 2014 to June 12, 2014, during store hours, at The hmv Underground located at hmv 333 Yonge Street Toronto. Led Zeppelin I, II and III reissues featuring companion audio of previously unreleased material will be available on June 3rd 2014 in Regular, Deluxe Edition CD and Vinyl packages at all hmv Canada locations across the country. For stock availability, visit hmv.ca.

WHO:           Led Zeppelin

WHAT:          Exclusive Photo Exhibit

WHEN/WHERE:    Tuesday June 3, 2014 to Thursday June 12, 2014
               hmv Canada, Toronto Superstore
               333 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON
               Store Phone Number: 416.596.0333

About hmv Canada

hmv Canada's first store opened in 1986, from which it has grown to become a Canadian entertainment market leader with 108 stores from Newfoundland to British Columbia, including flagship locations in Toronto, Edmonton, and Montreal. hmv Canada is an innovator in its market, launching in 2009 hmvdigital.ca its digital music store, in 2010, the purehmv customer rewards program, which has attracted over 1.5 million paid cardholders. hmv has been named Canadian Music Retailer of the Year for the past 21 years, and has also been recognized as the Canadian Entertainment Network DVD Retailer of the Year. In July 2011, Re:Capital Canada, a subsidiary of Hilco Capital, acquired hmv Canada from the UK's HMV Group plc.

Contacts:
hmv Canada
Elyssa Macri
416.620.6618 ext. 716
[email protected]
www.hmvdigital.ca

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