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Spencer Ludwig Releases “Diggy” + Appears in Fall TV Spot

SPENCER LUDWIG’S NEW SINGLE “DIGGY” OUT NOW
TRACK IS FEATURED IN NEW FALL STYLE TV SPOT
September 19, 2016 – (Burbank, CA) – Singer, songwriter, and trumpet virtuoso Spencer Ludwig has released his new single “Diggy” via Warner Bros. Records. The track was produced by fellow Warner Bros. Records artist RedOne (Nicki Minaj, Usher).
“Diggy” is featured in Target‘s new fall style TV spot, which premiered on September 14th.
WATCH HERE:
Ludwig performed at the Target + IMG New York Fashion Week Kick-Off Event held at The Park at Moynihan Station on September 6th. The party was attended by Kendall Jenner, Emily Ratajkowski, Nina Agdal, and Chanel Iman, who was photographed with Ludwig on the red carpet.
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Courtesy of Annie Aberle
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Ludwig picked up the trumpet at age 17 and immediately began making his mark on the city’s indie, EDM, and pop worlds. While still an undergraduate studying music at the California Institute of the Arts, he was hired to be the featured trumpeter in the indie-pop group Capital Cities in 2011. During his time with Capital Cities he played on their platinum debut album In a Tidal Wave of Mystery and opened for Katy Perry on her Prismatic World Tour. Ludwig’s musical agility allows him to captivate audiences with a four-piece band or as a DJ, where his unique sets include live trumpet and other instruments, as well as his original style remixes, which he has dubbed “Trumpet Edits.” Listen here: www.soundcloud.com/spencerludwig.
For more, visit: www.spencerludwig.com.
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