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Dulce Barbosa

dB Promotions & Publicity Inc.
Toronto, ON, Canada
Dulce Barbosa President and founder of dB Promotions & Publicity Inc., a 20 year veteran in the radio tracking field, has a keen ear for hits. She has worked with countless independent Canadian and International artists helping them take it to the next level within the Canadian marketplace. Past and present clients include Roch Voisine, Amy Sky, Robert Michaels, Pavlo, Blaise Pascal, The Immigrants, Adrianna Lombardo, Tom Hooper, Jeff Jones, Carlos Morgan, Nickelback, Colin Hay & the list goes on.

dB Promotions & Publicity Inc. was originally formed as a partnership with legendary radio tracker Linda Dawe and was known as Music Solutions/dB Promotions. With the aid of former marketing instructor at The Harris Institute, the late Scott Richards and colleague Roy Roberts, they launched Roch Voisine’s platinum selling album “Kissing Rain”. Other successes include: The EarthTONES, Carlos Morgan, Nickelback, gold and platinum selling Helmut Lotti Goes Classic I & II, platinum selling Emma Shapplin and The Immigrants amongst countless others.

Before forming dB Promotions & Publicity, Dulce gained invaluable experience working for management companies such as Noise Management (Bob Wiseman) and World Services (Melanie Doane, Universal Honey, The Gravelberries and John Bottomley). At the same time she formed her own management company "Manage DAT" where her very first clients were a very young Our Lady Peace.

Dulce's promotional experience began with Linda Dawe at The Music Brokers where she cut her radio tracking teeth launching a then brand new artist, Roch Voisine. From there, Dulce went on to work at various other radio promotion companies, mainly RDR Music Group and Ethan Russell Promotions before regrouping with Dawe once again at DiCesare Marketing to promote, amongst others, Roch Voisine's second English album "I'll Always Be There" and Larry Gowan's "The Good Catches Up".

As graduate of The Harris Institute for the Arts, Dulce completed both the Production/Engineering and Recording Arts Management courses giving her a diversified understanding of the Canadian music business.