Friday, February 13, 2009

Podcasters Pick Up MusicDish Artists Throughout January

MusicDish Network started the year with a new push focused on generating airplay for its artists through podcasters. Americana-rock artist Amy Speace led the charge with plays on four different podcast shows last month. Her upcoming album "The Killer In Me" has been described by John Platt, host of WFUV's "The Sunday Breakfast", as "a collection of alt-country gems, a little dark around the edges."

In addition to "The Indie Music Sampler" podcast, Gospel singer Desmond Pringle's song 'Let There Be Praise' has been picked up by radio stations in Australia [Highland FM (107.1 FM)], Italy [Radio Web Italia], Canada [].

"Based on the response and commitments thus far, February will be a big month for our artists in the webcast sector," noted MusicDish Founder Eric de Fontenay. "Podcasting, combined with online street teaming and brand marketing, is key to boosting digital music sales and fan awareness worldwide."

Date: February 1, 2009
Podcast: Pirates Week
Artist - Track: Alexander Shulgin - Posmotri vokrug sebya

Date: January 30, 2009
Podcast: The Indie Music Sampler
Artist - Track: Desmond Pringle - Let There Be Praise

Date: January 29, 2009
Podcast: Jesses Country Corner
Artist - Track: Amy Speace - Row Row Row

Date: January 18, 2009
Podcast: WLSO.FM
Artist - Track: Amy Speace - Step Out Of The Shade

Date: January 15, 2009
Podcast: Suffolk and Cool
Artist - Track: Bethany & Rufus - Isn't That So

Date: January 13, 2009
Artist - Track: Amy Speace - Home

Date: January 9, 2009
Podcast: Makin Noise
Artist - Track: Amy Speace - The Killer In Me

Date: January 9, 2009
Podcast: Radio Orphans Podcast
Artist - Track: Polarity/1 - Land O Debbies

Date: January 1, 2009
Podcast: The TVA Podcast
Artist - Track: Kobo Town - Abatina

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Since 1997, MusicDish LLC has served as the bridge between the music industry and the artist. Through its extensive online presence, MusicDish provides artists with an edge over the ever-prevalent competition the music industry entails. MusicDish gives the artist the opportunity to take advantage of several different services: a creative approach to artist development and representation; online press release distribution & marketing; publications disclosing all the latest information involving the music industry; and even a indie music video channel.

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