Originally posted by Destinyone
reply to post by ManBehindTheMask
Well...this little ole Southern Gal has only one thing to say. Sweet Pea, you knocked my boots off. If I weren't old enough to be your Mama, I'd be battin' my eyelashes at you right now.
I signed up for your email list, liked your page, and want to know if I can copy your songs to a CD to blast in my 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix while sliding down the winding mountain roads.
Great Music. Great Songs. Even Greater Voice.....
Keep up the great work, don't ever stop singing, you bring joy to people,. That's a gift and good thing, Bubba...
ETA: NoRegrets is right. ATS will play you on their radio show. I listen to every show they air. You should contact them, or let us do it for you. I bookmarked your home page, it's just that good.
edit on 12-10-2012 by Destinyone because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Mr Headshot
I wasn't prepared for professionalism, very nice. Mainstream country music isn't my thing, but really was impressed on the production value. Good luck dude!
And, mind you, I'm not saying the music is bad, it's good country music, I'm just supersaturated with it from living in Oklahoma.edit on 11-10-2012 by Mr Headshot because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by NoRegretsEver
The sooner you do it the better, I used to manager a singer from Long Island and I informed the show they played her the following show.
It was a great way to get exposure not just in the world but on ATS, keep it up
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
Great song! I'm happy to hear that music is taking off for you - you certainly have the talent. Was that your band in the video?
Nashville is absolutely overrun with great musicians, count yourself as very fortunate indeed. I'm not much of a country fan but I've been playing for 40 years and IMO what you do is extremely well done. You've got a great voice, your lyrics are down-to-earth and you write a good hook.
So long as you have good management the rest will take care of itself. It's a shame music is so full of sharks and con artists and slick lawyers- avoid them and you'll still be playing 20 years from now with a big grin on your face.
Keep us posted on your tours as I would certainly come out to see you perform.
Best of luck,
Originally posted by mysterioustranger
Please...if you havent already...contact the Library of Congress and establish your legal ownership of your creations...before someone else does. There are thieves out there looking all the time for stuff easy to take..
good luck to you.