Monday, May 16, 2011

Patterson Promotions Announces Vol. 5 Radio Comp Artists

{EHA-Nashville, TN} Patterson Promotions Volume 5 Radio Comp will be distributed in early June. Gerald Crabb’s “Can’t Sing the Blues” is among songs going out to radio.Crabb has awards too numerous to count and still landed “Song of the Year” in the 42nd annual Dove Awards, recently. The Drummond Family is releasing “Grounded” on the heels of their last successful Singing News chartbuster. The group also recently signed a publicity agreement with EHA-Nashville. Randy & Wendi Pierce release their 2nd radio single, “Tears are a Language,” on Volume 5. They are managed by EHA-Nashville, and their first song, “Steps,” with Pauline Patterson’s company received positive remarks and airplay. In addition, the Porter Family comes out with “When the Lord Loves to Move.” The Partons have released, “Grace.” The Downs Family are still coming on strong with yet another, “I’ll Not Fear the Valley,” and Dennis Thompson sends out, “Lord You’ve Been Mighty Good to Me.” Tim Ooten has chosen, “If That Mountain Don’t Move” to send to radio and Darrell Grimes has, “Amazing Love” going out. The East Ridge Boys continue with a new one; “One Small Miracle,” and Latter Glory sends out “I Got a Glimpse.” Pauline Patterson has been successfully promoting Gospel artists’ songs to radio for 6 years in July. Patterson recently promoted Homeland Quartet’s “When He Set Me Free,” and the group charted for the first time with the song peaking at #32 on June’s Singing News.
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