Monday Music Meeting Episode 2
October 21, 2014No Comments
Here we go with episode #2! Thank you so much for checking in with us once again! This week we are bringing you 3 more new country tracks!
First up to bat our good friend Dylan Scott! Personally I’ve been waiting for new music from Dylan for a while now! I became a fan of his when he released his debut EP last year that had the single “Makin This Boy Go Crazy” on it. Well he is back and the wait was worth it! The new single is “Lay It On Me” and is available now on itunes along with his EP! you can get all the info at www.dylanscottcountry.com and you can follow him on the Twitter machine at @dylanscottcntry
Next up fresh off the Rewind tour with Rascal Flatts are our old friends Gloriana! They are done with the tour and it is time to get some new music out to you! From what we have been told this is going to be the first single off a new album slated for release sometime early 2015! The new track is “Trouble” Don’t think your going to have any trouble liking this one! Dont forget to follow Gloriana on Twitter at @glorianatheband The new single is available exclusively on Spotify right now!
Which bring me to the last spotlight this week! This guy is definitely a newer independent artist out of Nashville by way of Florida. I got turned on to his music a few months back by one of his fan all the way out in the Bay Area. She got me a copy of his music and he’s been getting spins in my player since. Blaire Hanks has a cool sound that is a good mix of some of my favorite artists out right now like a Brantley Gilbert meets FGL. It was hard to decide what song I wanted to use but decided on “Staying In Tonight” He had a debut EP that is out now on itunes and Amazon. YOu can get the info on all things Blaire at www.blairehanks.com and definitely follow him on Twitter at @blairehanks
That’s it for Episode 2! You can always hit me up on facebook at facebook.com/jayrobertsradio on the Twitter @jayrobertsradio and you can always shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org