This Friday, September 19th, Swedish country rocker, Hicks and Kansas City’s country princess, Josey Milner will be two of the LIVE guests on RU Redneck Radio. The show broadcasts from 12-2pm ET, on Rider University’s Bronc 107.7 FM. Hicks will be phoning in from Sweden at 12:15pm ET, followed by Josey at 1:15pm ET. Visit the station’s website for the “Listen Live” link. Redneck Radio is the official country music show of Rider University in Lawerenceville, NJ. Redneck Radio is hosted by Sam “Cowboy” Morrison, Matt “Redneck” Burrill, and Mick “The Hick” Bagnato. All three hosts are students at Rider and major enthusiasts of all things country music.
This Thursday, September 18th, America’s country cowgirl sweetheart, Josey Milner will be the guest on Rockin’ Country Radio, with industry veteran, Dawn Mac. Josey will be talking about her recent concert schedule, upcoming single release and more! Join Josey and Dawn LIVE at 7:30pm ET at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rockincountryradio. Past guests on Rockin’ Country Radio include Sunny Sweeney, Codie Prevost, Hicks, Marshall Dane and 2 Steel Girls (from “The Voice.“)
Whiskey and Cigarettes Country Radio Show is happy to announce their new reporting station status to three country music charts: IndieWorld Country Record Report, American Independent Country chart and National Radio Hits chart. Whiskey and Cigarettes also reports to the New Music Weekly/STS and Roots Music Report charts. The show is syndicated on 50 stations, worldwide. Read More
This Wednesday, September 17th at 7pm ET, the musical madman, Ed Roman will be bringing his music and stories of the unexplained to “Kiss Me I’m Psychic” radio show. Ed will join host, Christine Corda to discuss paranormal, psychic phenomena and from where songwriters get their inspiration. Tune in LIVE on Blog Talk Radio this Wednesday, for the ALWAYS interesting Ed Roman, and pick up his latest, Letters From High Latitudes, today!
MTS Management Group is honored to announce Michael Stover‘s induction into the International Independent Superstars (IDSS) Hall of Fame. Mr. Stover has been recognized for his worldwide, lifetime contributions to the music industry, as a promoter. He joins fellow IDSS Hall of Fame members Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, The Band Perry, George Jones, Dolly Parton and many more. An online induction ceremony took place on Sunday, with the formal announcement being made Monday at 10am ET/9CT on WHISNews21. Read More
This Monday, September 15th, between 7-7:15am CT, Josey Milner will be the guest on the “Dylan, Julie, and Co.” show. The morning show broadcasts LIVE on Springfield, Illinois’ #1 Hit Radio Station, WDBR 103.7 FM–a 50,000 watt station. Josey will be joining the morning crew to talk about her country music career, her anti-bullying campaign with Angels and Doves, and her work with the Shriner’s Children’s Hospitals and Piasecki MD. So, wake up early, Springfield, and catch one of today’s hottest young country artists!
“The Banner Days’ is in a league of its own combining the best modern acoustic pop has to offer. The musicianship is off the charts, the songs are well crafted and the catalogue is a fully loaded 7 track set. ’The Banner Days’ is a strong release and also refuses to fall into the trap of becoming fundamentally duress-ridden pop. The musical arrangements really differ from song to song and the vocals and emotional latitude tend to remain compatible with that versatility of the artist. All at a constant level throughout. Its music that you could use to watch the clouds go by – but also make you want to jump up, grab your guitar and write a powerful song that could change someone’s life. To inspire someone in on a very sincere and powerful level about a journey into the unknown – yeah that what classic free spirit Americana music is all about?” 4.5/5 stars – David Sharff, Skope Magazine Read the entire review at www.skopemag.com.
What sets Marshall Dane apart from other country singers is he not only about his voice, but his passion and delivery. This man performs with passion and you can feel it. If you’re a fan of this genre of music and haven’t listened to Marshall Dane then you’re missing something!
Marshall Dane is not shy about breaking the boundaries of country music either. “One Of These Days”, is loud, rocking, and very personal. Marshall shows us that he can be a rock-star and a pure, down home Country boy at the same time. His music has a perfect mix of loud guitars, superb vocals, and bar-room burners. This is one of the best crossover Country albums of the year! Highly recommended!!! — Rick Jamm, Jamsphere Magazine
Read the entire review at www.jamsphere.com.
This Saturday night, September 14th, Ed Roman’s pre-recorded interview will air on the “Sloth On Saturday Night” show. The fun gets underway at 12 midnight ET/9pm Pacific. Tune in and hear Ed talk about some of the strange and paranormal events he has witnessed on his farm in Canada, and more! Listeners can tune in at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sloth-on-saturday-night and join the facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/331431130351833/. Don’t miss this conversation with the always-intriguing musical madman, Ed Roman!
“In my opinion Whitney & Loomis are most comparable to Civil Wars. What’s more they are modern examples of classic alternative folk popular in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. I can hear acts like Chris and Thomas, Blind Pilot and Citizen Cope. Above all there is an underlying yearning love passion theme going on here. The musicianship is shall I say, off the chain. The vocal front from both Whitney and Loomis are gravitating. White really draws you in and I’m convinced both know what he’s doing behind a microphone. Another highlight for me is “My Beloved” which exemplifies their sound to a T. It’s got plenty of cool melodies and interesting lyrical content – but above all it shows just how they both masterfully navigate through this simplistic yet amazing writing style – while feeling very comfortable in their own skin. It makes for a great first impression.” – Ryan Cooley, Vents Magazine. Read the entire review at www.ventsmagazine.com.