Last week, Josey Milner stepped into the future, by 13 hours, when she was a guest on the “Carry On Harry” show, based in Singapore! The time zone difference from Missouri to Singapore is 13 hours, so while Josey was enjoying her Tuesday evening in the states, it was already Wednesday morning in Singapore. Tune in to hear their conversation about Josey’s music and more at www.carryonharry.com.
Today, at just past 5pm ET, on WDNB Thunder 102 FM, Amy Rose’s single, “(Redneck Reunion) Party Like A Redneck” will be featured in their “Starting To Rumble Facebook Face Off.” Her single will compete against another track, to see who gets the most fan votes on the Thunder 102 Facebook page. So, be sure to listen in LIVE on the web at www.thunder102.com and then, head on over to their Facebook page to cast your vote for Amy Rose. We need every vote! Thunder 102 is a Music Row Chart reporting station that broadcasts to Liberty, NY and surrounding areas.
MTS Management Group is happy to announce that Amy Rose will open for country music superstar, Travis Tritt. The performance will take place on Thursday, June 6, 2013 at the Charles W. Stockey Centre, located at 2 Bay Street in Parry Sound, Ontario. The show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets can be purchased by phone at 877-746-4466. For more information, visit http://www.stockeycentre.com.
“Amy is over-the-moon excited about this show,” said her manager, Michael Stover of MTS. “She is a big fan of Mr. Tritt’s, and I’m sure it is like a dream come true for her, to be opening for him. We’re expecting all of Amy’s Ontario fans to come out and cheer her on. It’s going to be a busy couple of days for her, too. She will be heading for Nashville, immediately following this show. She will be performing the next night at B.B. King’s during CMA Fest.”
After a one week absence from the Music Row Country Breakout Chart, Amy Rose’s new single, “Party Like A Redneck” has re-entered the chart, adding KDOL in Livingston, Texas and re-adding WKBQ in Covington, Tennessee. Both stations are on board early, ahead of the “official” add date after Memorial Day. Amy’s new track comes in at #193, just ahead of Lisa Matassa’s “Somebody’s Baby” at #196 and Sawyer Brown’s “Shadows Of The Heartland” at #197. Please request Amy Rose “Party Like A Redneck” at your favorite country radio station.
The latest single from Amy Rose, “(Redneck Reunion) Party Like A Redneck” continues to heat up at New Music Weekly reporting stations, adding another 5, for a total of 27. The new stations jumping on board are A1Country, Breeze, ECR, Western Heart and WHKA-FM in Dayton, OH. With 5 new adds, Amy is tied for 11th most-added with Hunter Hayes, Kellie Pickler and Chris Young…not too shabby! Only 14 spins behind the #80 track, “Race The Wind,” by Stanley Floyd, we anticipate a chart debut for Amy next week. Please keep your requests for Amy rose “Party Like A Redneck” going to all of your favorite country radio stations.
MTS Management Group is happy to announce that Xander Demos is a featured guest on the latest episode of Ron Keel’s “Streets Of Rock And Roll” radio show. The episode, billed as “New Guitar Heroes” is available now, for streaming on Ron’s website at http://www.ronkeel.com/radioshow.
According to the Ron Keel website, “New Guitar Heroes” features “A new generation of axe-wielders keep(ing) guitar-driven music alive, from metal to shred to the blues! Special guest & guitar virtuoso Xander Demos talks the rock & rocks the talk, plus music from Joe Bonamassa, LORD, Stoney Curtis, Black Tora, and other killer guitarists.”
Xander Demos continues his busy press schedule with a first-time appearance on Backhand Radio’s “Beer 420″ this Wednesday at 5:20pm ET. Xander is busy promoting his Guitarcadia album and his upcoming performances at Skull Fest, Rock Harvest II and Wolf Fest. Be sure to tune in live at http://backhandstudios.weebly.com/.
Started in 2010, Beer 420 is the “ORIGINAL WEST CENTRAL WEBRADIO of SPRINGFIELD and the GREATER OZARKS. Before WAVE radio PODCAST APS, and Local Music Radio programs with Podcasts.”
MTS Management Group is proud to announce that their artists, Amy Rose, Josey Milner and Jiggley Jones, have joined the lineup for the EAG Entertainment CMA Fest Showcase. The 3-day FREE event will be held June 7-9 at B.B. King’s Blues Club in Nashville. Josey is scheduled to perform at 7pm on Friday, June 7th, followed by Amy at 8pm. Jiggley Jones will perform Saturday, June 8th at 6pm. B.B. King’s is located at 152 2nd Ave. North. For more information, visit http://www.eagentertainment.com.
Amy, Josey and Jiggley join a lineup that boasts appearances by James Otto, Meghan Linsey (Steel Magnolia) and a Gretchen Wilson Fan Club Party. Meghan will kick off the event at 3pm on Friday, followed by James Otto at 3:30. A fan meet-and-greet with both artists will follow, at 4pm. Gretchen Wilson’s Fan Club Party will be on Sunday, June 9th, at 3:30pm, with only 200 tickets being available at http://www.gretchenwilson.com.
Last week, Jiggley Jones stepped into the future, by 12 hours, when he was a guest on the Carry On Harry show, based in Singapore! The time zone difference from Pennsylvania to Singapore is 12 hours, so while Jiggley was enjoying his Monday evening in the states, it was already Tuesday morning in Singapore. Tune in to hear their conversation about Jiggley’s EP, No Spring Chicken and more at www.carryonharry.com.
The Music Universe is a fast growing music community that covers news, reviews, and exclusive articles on signed and unsigned acts across the globe. It features exclusive articles with some of the world’s best upcoming, unsigned and top acts in music. Contributing writer, Ryan King recently posted his review of Jiggley Jones’ debut single, “Baby Blue:”
“This contemporary sound suits the song well, as Jones’ voice weaves in and out with the instrumental ebb and flow of the song, echoing the movement of water (one of the song’s themes)…Jones’ musical portraits are certainly worth taking a look at.” Read the full review at www.themusicuniverse.com.
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