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"Some People Think the Blues Are About Being Sad, For Those of Us Who Know, There's An Understanding Blues Is About Having Fun" KEN RHYNE "Can't Let This Good Thing Slip Away" by Ken Rhyne and The Ken Rhyne Band, previously submitted to KLED-Live 91.1 FM has been chosen for airplay by host Lacy Darryl Phillips aka Uncle Earl. Lacy Darryl Phillips (Uncle Earl) is an on air personality for KCLA-99.3-FM / KLED 91.1-FM, The Los Angeles Academy of Performing Arts & Uncle Earl Productions. KLEDLive (91.1-FM) airs within the Greater Los Angeles Area and within a 10-mile radius of Hollywood, CA reaching the second largest radio market in the US. KCLA 99.3-FM (99-ROCK FM) is an XM Satellite Radio station. As the Producer/Host of the hit new global radio show "The Underground Experience" Uncle Earl showcases, highlights and profiles Music, Art & Entertainment. ~~~ "The Voice of The People"
September 13, 2011-Milwaukee, Wisconsin- The indie rock band Elusive Parallelograms has come a long way in a few years and as their most recent release Modern Splendor will attest, they are poised to take on the world and get signed to a major label any day now.
Los Angeles, CA-September 8, 2011- Ryan Shea Smith turns the term sophomore slump in fiction with his latest release Stay Awhile. The title track, which is offered as a free download on the artist website, was a finalist winner in the Jazz Category of the John Lennon Song Writing Contest. The album stands on its own as a complete package of contemporary jazz however winning the prestigious contest also helped to create an immediate buzz about this fast rising star and the recording.
Louisville, Kentucky-August, 31, 2011-Mike McGuireâ€™s guitar and voice unify to create a new classic for Country and Americana fans to enjoy titled Beyond The Ark
Los Angeles, CA-August 24, 2011- The Michael Williams Band is poised to make their mark with an energy filled release titled Fire Red. With legendary producer Eddie Kramer producing and behind the mixing board, Williams and his band were immediately put in the driverâ€™s seat. Kramer, of course, has produced Hendrix and countless other great musicians since the 60s