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Wednesday 19th October 2005

Harmony trio Go Fish to have albums distributed by Word.

IN AMERICA GFK Records have signed a deal with Word Entertainment Distribution. Under the deal albums such as 'Splash' and 'Superstar' by popular American children's ministry Go Fish will be marketed to US Christian retail. Go Fish are a harmony trio from Minnesota who started off as an acapella group, became a teen-orientated boy band when signed to Inpop Records in 2001 and have, in recent times, developed a best selling children's ministry. Said the group's Jamie Statema about the new deal with Word, "It's a breath of fresh air to work with people who share our passion for telling kids and their parents about the gospel of Jesus Christ." CR

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