The Texas Poker Store Has Agreed to a Representation Deal with ARS Concilium After Completing its Music Video “I May Be Bluffin’,” Starring Randy Pavlock

Jim Paris, Chief Dealer of the Texas Poker Store and J.R. Ghaddar, Chairman of Ars Concilium (latin for Art Council), a creative talent management and consulting firm headquartered in Austin, Texas, have agreed on a representation deal for the TPS song and music video “I May Be Bluffin’,” starring singer-songwriter Randy Pavlock.

College Station, TX (PRWEB) September 13, 2012

The Texas Poker Store has now completed the production of both their song and subsequent music video of “I May Be Bluffin'” and has concluded an agreement with ARS Concilium to represent them in any distribution negotiations.

Ars Concilium is an international creative talent management and consulting firm headquartered in Austin, Texas. Ghaddar specializes in feature film and broadcast television development and packaging, creative talent management and music publishing and administration. Clients of Ars Concilium include world renowned photographers, musicians, music labels, comedians, directors, producers and visual artists.

Paris admits that it’s difficult postponing the release of the music video, starring country rock singer-songwriter Randy Pavlock, especially with all the hype that has surrounded the production.

“Friends and fans of the Texas Poker Store are getting a little restless,” says Paris. “We’ve been talking about the song, “I May Be Bluffin'” for so long and we have kept everyone up to speed on the production of the music video through the Texas Poker Store Blog and its Facebook and Twitter pages. I would love nothing more than to post the finished production on Facebook and YouTube and just see what happens.

“But we’ve had a strategy in mind almost since the inception of this project, so we’re taking it one step at a time,” adds Paris. “We believe in this product and now that ARS Concilium has expressed their belief in it, too, we can now proceed with our strategic plan.”

Paris didn’t say exactly what that plan is, concluding instead with, “Let’s just say that it could lead to some major excitement for the Texas Poker Store, for Randy Pavlock and for music and poker fans everywhere. You can bet that this will be a nice run and we’re pushing our poker chips all in to back it up.”

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