Jiggley Jones Hires Bill Wence Promotions For “No Spring Chicken” Radio Campaign

New Front coverMTS Management Group and Jiggley Jones are happy to announce the hiring of veteran radio promoter, Bill Wence. Mr. Wence will handle radio promotions for Jiggley’s debut EP, “No Spring Chicken” (MTS.) The four-song EP will be promoted to the Americana Music Association and Alternate Root 66 charts.

“We’re thrilled to be working with such a respected promoter, as Bill,” said Jiggley’s manager, Michael Stover of MTS Management Group. “He has had such an amazing career in the music industry. I think Jiggley Jones is in great hands. We look forward to bringing his music on Americana radio stations everywhere.”

“No Spring Chicken” contains the lead off single, “Baby Blue,” written for his son, Wesley. Also on the release are “Welcome Home,” “Ain’t That Alright,” and a Christmas song, “Christmas 365.” It was recorded with LA-based producer, Chris Tristram. It was released in December 2012.

Bill Wence is a fifty-plus year veteran of the music industry. From playing piano for Bobby Bare and Tom T. Hall in the 1960s and ’70s, to writing Billboard charting songs for Ronnie McDowell, Cristy Lane, Bobby G. Rice and others. He started Bill Wence Promotions in 1980, and has charted hundreds of Billboard singles for acts like Collin Raye, Blackhawk, Randy Travis and many others. He is one of 30 founding members of the Americana Music Association. For more information, visit http://www.billwencepromotions.com.

Based in eastern Pennsylvania, Jiggley Jones has performed at CBGB’s in New York, Chesnut Cabaret in Philadelphia, The Woodbine Inn in New Jersey, and others. As a member of the band, Q, Jones was involved with soundtracks for shows on MTV, as well as the AON Films release, “Tainted Love.” “No Spring Chicken” was produced by Chris Tristram (John Fordham, Chris Clemons.) It was released in late 2012. For more information on Jiggley Jones, visit http://www.jiggleyjones.com.

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