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Steve-N-Seagulls - NEW DISCOVERY for the month of October 2015 at Music Charts Magazine - If you listen to the new album "Farm Machine" you will know what we mean!Music Charts Magazine® Presents – “NEW DISCOVERY” – “Steve-N-Seagulls“- for the month of October 2015.

Looking for some “New” music to add to your player and can’t find anything that blows you away?

Check out this Music Charts Magazine® “NEW DISCOVERY” Interview with “Steve-N-Seagulls” and be prepared to be excited knowing there is still 100% awesome music out there that you still have not heard.

After you listen to this great radio interview pasted below of “Steve-N-Seagulls” we are sure you will be glad you found this “New Discovery” and their songs to add to your music playlist.

We will continue to search for great new music to listen to and share with you.

 

I’ve seen this group described in different ways.  This is understandable as they cover various areas of music with a mixing of genres which is what actually grabbed my attention in the beginning.  This group of guys from the country of Finland are without a doubt talented and their viral videos on the internet are the proof to bring home.  Not only do these guys sing and play multiple instruments, they also have a comedic value to boot in their videos.  It’s almost as though you are watching little mini comedy television clips.  I would say they took your average music video and stepped it up a notch (possible 3 notches).  Growing at full speed with online video views into the multiple millions this band is a sure fire success that the world will likely be seeing a lot more of. 

This interview took place just prior to Steve-N-Seagulls 1st American tour which took place the whole month of September 2015.  Steve-N-Seagulls was a Music Charts Magazine® feature front page audio interview for the month of September 2015.  We have now double dubbed them by making them the NEW DISCOVERY for the month of October 2015.

Rock, Bluegrass & everything in between.  Check out Steve-N-Seagulls!

Jason Rogers – CEO/Editor in Chief

~ Music Charts Magazine®

 

Music Charts Magazine’s team searches through dozens of music artist(s) every single day on various social networks as well as sift through the many emails we receive from artist(s) wanting to get their music noticed. Out of all these artist(s) there is only one chosen to fill the monthly New Discovery slot. This month Steve-N-Seagulls is that chosen music group.

Listen to the below interview with Steve-N-Seagulls and enjoy.

 Steve N Seagulls - NEW DISCOVERY for the month of October 2015 at Music Charts Magazine - NEW ABLUM - "FARM MACHINE" - Steve N Seagulls

 

Ask your radio station to hear Steve-N-Seagulls new album “Farm Machine”. – Pure enjoyment!

 

For more information on Steve-N-Seagulls visit –

www.SteveNSeagulls.com

 

Radio interested in how to obtain this music please contact us on our contact page and we will be glad to get it to your radio station for radio play. Many thanks to those of you who have already played it.

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Music Charts Magazine® proudly presents NEW DISCOVERY for the month of October 2015 “Steve-N-Seagulls

 

LISTEN to the “NEW DISCOVERY” Interview with Steve-N-Seagulls – HERE:

Music Charts Magazine® Presents “New Discovery” Steve-N-Seagulls featuring some of their repertoire of famous Rock songs played in a Bluegrass format – Interview by Award winning DJ Big Al Weekley

 

 

 

Music Charts Magazine® Presents October NEW DISCOVERY “Steve-N-Seagulls” – Interview by Big Al Weekley


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About Fred’s Country program:

Le program Fred’s Country: La musique Country de Tradition avec Frederic (Fred) Moreau. Le program Fred’s Country est diffusé sur 65 fréquences FM, 53 radios ou webradios.

The Fred’s Country program, is hosted by Frederic (Fred) Moreau and broadcasted weekly on 47 frequencies, 53 Affiliated FM and Web Radio Stations in France, Canada, Belgium, Spain, and more. Listen, download The Fred’s Country program here…

Autre particularité du program Fred’s Country, c’est la seule émission en Europe à programmer un minimum de 75% d’artistes Canadiens particularity of the Fred’s Country program, each week, a minimum of 75% of Canadian Country artists on the air

Radio Show Host: Fred Moreau

Program Fred’s Country w44-2015 – October 30th, 2015

 

 

Music Charts Magazine® is proud to be friends with Mr. Moreau and glad to now be one of the many to host Program Fred’s Country. ( French/English)

Radio Program “Fred’s Country” – Now at Music Charts Magazine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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HOTDISC TOP 40
 
  25 October 2015

 

This is a list of the Top 40 Most Popular Songs released on the Rush Released promotional CD. Each week DJs and media people who receive Rush Released send back their reaction sheets where they are given the chance to rate every song. This chart is exclusively for clients of the Rush Released CD.  The chart is published weekly here, and also in Country Music People, Country Music & Dance, Up Country and Southern Country magazines.

To watch the video for each song (where available) click on the titles.

01

01

The Frog Song  
DAVE GIBSON

02

02

It’s All In My Head
RICHARD LYNCH

03

03

No Place To Land
SAMMY SADLER

04

08

How Far You Wanna Go
DENNY STRICKLAND

05 04

Me And My Guitar
FRANK JENNINGS

06

06

I Am The Train
GEORGE INGLIS

07 05

Loving You Is Breaking Me
JOEY CLARKSON

08 10

Don’t Close Your Eyes
LORRAINE JORDAN & CAROLINA ROAD

09

12

Serendipity
EMILY VANCE

10

13

What A Heart Must Do
TIA McGRAFF

 

 

 

 

11

14

Playing With Fire
J MICHAEL HARTER

12

15

For You And Me
ROB ALLEN

13

07

Banks Of The Vilaine
THE DIABLOS  

14

09

Trouble In Paradise
JAMES CAROTHERS

15

11

Blagards And Cowboys  
BLAGARDS AND COWBOYS

16 16

In My Baby’s Arms Again
ANITA STAPLETON

17 17

With Love  
REAGAN J

18

22

Ten Tiny Fingers
THE PROCLAIMERS

19

25

One Life
CHRIS JANZ & RHONDA VINCENT

20

30

Guitars, Guns & God
SHAWN O’SHIELDS

 

 

 

 

21 24

Hell Hath No Fury
LESLIE COURS MATHER

22

21

Little Bit Of Somethin’
EMMA LANE 

23

27

Hug Um Up Country Girl
DICK BARNES

24

20

Crazy Too
LUCY ANGEL

25

23

What I Want
KEVIN FISHER

26

18

I’d Love To Lay You Down
DENNY STRICKLAND

27

19

Checkout Boy
M CALLAHAN

28

29

Big Maybe
STEPHANIE CHEEKS TEAGUE

29

32

Tonight
REBECCA HOSKING 

30 34

Midnight Cowboys
ALY COOK

 

 

 

 

31

26

I Belong To You
HICKS

32

35

Fireball
BIANCA MOON

33 37

Baby What Ya Doing
MACY MARTIN

34

28

King Of Fools
LARRY WOODS

35

31

Sugar And Spice
TONJA WEST BRYANT

36 33

Humpty Dumpty Heart
DAVID WOOD

37

38

MORAL COMPASS 
THE PROCLAIMERS 

38 39

Hey Hey Hello
RUSTY RIERSON

39

36

Every Bad Song Known To Man
MARCUM STEWART

40

40

Red Robin
CROOKS & STRAIGHTS

THE HOTDISC BRITISH & IRISH TOP 10

01

01

Me And My Guitar
FRANK JENNINGS

02

02

I Am The Train
GEORGE INGLIS

03

05

For You And Me
ROB ALLEN

04

03

Banks Of The Vilaine
THE DIABLOS

05

04

Blagards And Cowboys
BLAGARDS AND COWBOYS

06

06

Ten Tiny Fingers
THE PROCLAIMERS

07

07

Big Maybe
STEPHANIE CHEEKS TEAGUE

08

08

Moral Compass
THE PROCLAIMERS

09

09

Undecided
DAVE SHERIFF

10

10

There’s No Getting Over Me
AUBREY LOVEJOY

The Hotdisc chart is compiled from DJs and industry professionals’ ratings of songs currently being promoted on the Rush Released CD. They are not airplay charts, as airplay charts cannot work in Europe because there are no terrestrial country stations. The hundreds of country programmes on air which we service are likely to play a particular song only twice at most in a three month period, therefore rendering airplay charts insignificant in Europe. It works well in America where there are plenty of non-stop country stations but it does not work here. Any Airplay Chart you may see claiming to provide this service is bogus and Hotdisc does not condone these charts at all. They are misleading at best for the reasons stated.

The Hotdisc charts are put together weekly using ratings supplied by DJs who give scores to every song on the last three months’ editions of Rush Released. The scores are averaged out per week to give an accurate guide to the songs which are being championed by the industry. The aim is to showcase the songs which the industry professionals are flagging up as quality songs. This is a very useful exercise as it is free of politics, hype and rigging and done solely on merit!

Copyright © 2015, Hotdisc, The Old Manse, Hallidays Park, Selkirk, TD7 4LA, Scotland. Used with permission from HotDisk.

HotDisc Top 40 at Music Charts Magazine

About Fred’s Country program:

Le program Fred’s Country: La musique Country de Tradition avec Frederic (Fred) Moreau. Le program Fred’s Country est diffusé sur 65 fréquences FM, 53 radios ou webradios.

The Fred’s Country program, is hosted by Frederic (Fred) Moreau and broadcasted weekly on 47 frequencies, 53 Affiliated FM and Web Radio Stations in France, Canada, Belgium, Spain, and more. Listen, download The Fred’s Country program here…

Autre particularité du program Fred’s Country, c’est la seule émission en Europe à programmer un minimum de 75% d’artistes Canadiens particularity of the Fred’s Country program, each week, a minimum of 75% of Canadian Country artists on the air

Radio Show Host: Fred Moreau

Program Fred’s Country w43-2015 – October 23rd, 2015

 

 

Music Charts Magazine® is proud to be friends with Mr. Moreau and glad to now be one of the many to host Program Fred’s Country. ( French/English)

Radio Program “Fred’s Country” – Now at Music Charts Magazine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

JACK BLANCHARD'S COLUMN at Music Charts Magazine®

 

 THE SUNSET TRAIN.
 
He headed for the cashier’s counter,
hoping that the curtain rods he was carrying
were the ones she wanted,
when he saw it for the first time.
 
Funny!
He’d been in this store and up and down these aisles dozens of times,
but he had never noticed those wall pictures before.
He wasn’t much of an art critic,
but he did know he’d never seen anything quite like that train picture.

The surface of the picture was textured
to look like a genuine oil painting,
and somehow that scene looked more real than life!
The silver steam from the old engine glowing in the sunset,
billowing against the yellow-blue-orange-pink sky.

The brightly colored, but weather worn railroad cars.
The red caboose so real you could almost step right into it.
Each piece of gravel along the track,
each clump of vegetation on the lonesome prairie
clearly defined and casting a long, late afternoon shadow.

The mountains were a bluish haze against the distant horizon.
It was a painting you could stare at for a long time,
finding details previously overlooked.

A bell rang. The store was closing.
On impulse he hurried to the Customer Service Desk
and put the picture on “layaway” with five dollars,
that should really have gone toward overdue bills.
He didn’t know when he’d be able to manage
the eleven-ninety-five balance.
He paid for the curtain rods and went home,
feeling a little guilty.

She stood back and looked critically at the curtains she’d hung.
He told her that they sure made a big difference in the little apartment.
She laughed that, at least the curtains looked better
than the view of the trash cans in the alley.

He held her
and said he wished he could provide her with a decent home,
with enough furnishings to go around,
and she replied that they weren’t doing too badly for newlyweds,
and that she believed in him.
He didn’t mention the money
he’d foolishly spent on a picture of a train.

Pay day again, and another losing battle with arithmetic.
If only a tree or a patch of grass could be seen from their window,
it might raise their spirits by interrupting the stark drabness
surrounding their dingy, low rent apartment.

He felt especially sorry for her, being stuck there all day.
At least taking the bus to the factory everyday gave him a change of scene.
These were his thoughts as he paid the cashier
and waited for the large picture to be wrapped.

He centered it carefully on the wall
over the big easy chair with the broken spring,
and called her to come in from the kitchenette
and take a look at the “surprise”.
Wiping her hands on her apron, she glanced around the room
until her eyes stopped at the unexpected explosion of color.
It was so beautiful she almost cried!
It was like having a window overlooking a lovely, peaceful valley
locked in eternal sunset.
They held hands and stared at the painting until dinner almost burned.

Years struggled by, and the broken spring chair was replaced
by a new living room suite, complete with payment book.
They moved several times in the course of their lives,
first to a couple of larger apartments,
then to a house in a suburban development and finally,
anticlimactically, back to another cheap apartment,
where they were to spend their autumn years.

The infirmities of old age often require a tightening of purse strings.
They weren’t complaining though.
They’d been through rough times before.
Through the years they’d managed to hang on to two treasures:
the Sunset Train painting and a true love for each other.
Maybe they weren’t so poor after all.

It hit him hard when she passed away.
Somehow, he’s always imagined he’d be the first to go.
He wasn’t prepared for the horrible emptiness.
Nobody ever is.

He took the habit of conversing with her, even though she was gone.
He’d stare at the painting and talk over old times.
Sometimes he’d sit for hours in front of the television,
but his eyes would wander back to the Sunset Train,
their most prized possession.
He’d imagine that they were together in that valley,
or riding on the train itself.

The neighbors, aware of his condition since her death,
occasionally dropped in to check on him.
Conversations always gravitated to the unusual picture.

Several days had passed
before anyone noticed the junk mail and newspapers
accumulated outside his front door.
Fearing the old man had died,
and after receiving no answer to their knocking and calling,
the neighbors set their shoulders to the door
and the old wood gave way.

Finding no one in the apartment, all clothes intact in the closets,
and the television left on,
the neighbors notified the police of the old man’s disappearance.
They arrived shortly after.

While the premises were being inspected,
an officer casually commented to a neighbor,
“Unusual painting in there! So realistic, I mean.”
“Yeah,” replied the other,
“everybody remarks about that train picture. It’s real pretty.”
“No,” said the policeman,
“I’m talking about that big picture of the valley and the sunset.
There’s a railroad track runnin’ through it, I guess, but no train.
I’m pretty sure there was no train in that picture.”

And he was right. The train was gone.

 

Jack Blanchard

 

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan… Grammy & CMA Award Finalists. Billboard Duet of the Year. Home Page: www.jackandmisty.net Mastering & restoration studio: 407 330 1611

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan…
Grammy & CMA Award Finalists.
Billboard Duet of the Year.
Home Page: www.jackandmisty.net
Mastering & restoration studio: ( 352 ) 530 – 2068

 

 

Music Charts Magazine® History

– Song for the month of October 2015:

Starship

“We Built This City”

 

Starship - Song of the month for October 2015 at Music Charts Magazine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“We Built This City” is a song written by Bernie Taupin, Martin Page, Dennis Lambert, and Peter Wolf, and originally recorded by US rock group Starship and released as their debut single 1 August 1985.

The single version reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 on 16 November 1985, and also number one on the US Top Rock Tracks chart and number twelve in the UK.

The lyrics describe a city built on rock n’ roll music. The lyrics explicitly mention the Golden Gate Bridge and refer to “the City by the Bay”, a common moniker for Starship’s hometown of San Francisco, California. However, the lyrics also refer to “the City That Rocks”, a reference to Cleveland, Ohio, and “the City That Never Sleeps”, a reference to New York City. Capitalizing on the ambiguity, several radio stations added descriptions of their own local areas when they broadcast the song, or even simply added their own ident in its place.

 

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