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Michael Caron

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RE: Strictly Country
12/6/2018 2:48:32 PM
Hi all. I felt that I should stop by and give you some tips on improving your chances on getting ahead in the music field. First, there is a big difference between performing music on the stage and performing music for radio airplay. When you perform on stage you are able to test your audience reactions to the length of time that each song lasts. Depending on the nature of a song, it could be five or even six minutes in length. However, if this song was to be mastered for radio play, it would be considered too long in length. When your song is being played on the radio, the length of play time should be no longer then 3 minutes and 40 seconds in length. With radio play, time has to be considered for station breaks, sponsor slots, and other considerations for the DJs. Therefore, if you submit songs that excede the allotted time frames, your songs will not be played, or if they are, they will be played just before one of these breaks and the end of your song may be clipped. There can always be exceptions, however it is always best to keep track of the exact length of time that your songs play. When you record in a studio and cut a single or an album, the time that each song runs is usually listed beside each song. Therefore, on an album, you know how much time the entire album takes to play. There are times that, because of the nature of the song, you do have to go over the allotted time, but you want to try not to go much longer than 4 minutes. Listen to the Ya Gotta Luv it show on http://www.nbrnonline.com during the week from 9 untill 10am cst and take note to the time that each song plays. At the end of each show, if the host is rushing his speech, there may have been too many songs being played that day
KeithBradfordYaGottaLuvIt.jpgKeith does his level best to insure that everyones's songs are heard. He has been in Nashville for quite awhile, and he is as honest as they come. That is why we work with him. If you have any questions, or if you have some music that you would like us to listen to for evaluation, you can email us at michaelcaron2000@gmail.com
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Michael Caron

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RE: Strictly Country
12/7/2018 2:07:31 PM
kentgill1.jpgKent Gill is our newest client. He is from Shreveport, La, signed with us on 11/09/2018 and already has his first song on the AirPlay Express charts. His song "The Love Song of the Ages" has bean playing daily on nbrnonline.com The main station for nbrnonline.com will be playing all Christmas songs now through the first part of January, however their affiliate stations will still be playing Kent's song and our other client Billy Macs song as well. Kent will have a new song featured shortly after the New Year. Be sure to tune in and listen.
GOD BLESS YOU
~ Mike and Shirley Caron ~
M&S Promotions
If you would like to join our clients in their quest for recognition email us at michaelcaron2000@gmail.com and let's get started.
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