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INDEPENDENT MUSIC NETWORK RELEASES SEPTEMBER RADIO SPECIALS

INDEPENDENT MUSIC NETWORK RELEASES SEPTEMBER RADIO SPECIALS

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September 9th, 2014

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The Independent Music Network has released its September Radio Specials for both Country and Mainstream. The #1 independent network syndicated leader once again presents some of the top indie artists and bands. Recording artist Buck McCoy hosts both shows from Nashville where he again provides detailed information regarding all of the artists featured on this very special offering. Buck McCoy also has a brand new single “New Day Dawning” that is being shipped to Country radio this week with some great expectation. The current IMN shows are now available to music fans and all station affiliates for download and streaming by going to: www.independentmusicnetwork.com. The network now sets its sights on their Rocktober Radio Specials. Any artists or bands interested in participating should contact: FAF Media/Debi Fee in Los Angeles at 310-877-9006 (fafmedia@aol.com)

 

 

Host Buck McCoy’s “New Day Dawning” Ships To Country Radio

INDEPENDENT MUSIC NETWORK RELEASES SEPTEMBER RADIO SPECIALS

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  1. Nicole Gray says:

    I love the Independent Music Network because there are not too many out there dedicated to helping the Indie Artists. If you can get on their shows, you will literally be heard around the world on their syndicated radio shows. The trick is getting booked because they only select top songs and they fill up their shows really fast because everyone wants on—if they are smart.

    Good Luck to Buck McCoy and his new single. He is a great host and great entertainer. I got to see him perform when I was in Nashville and I’m fan.

    Nicole Gray
    New York, NY

  2. J.B. says:

    Hey Buck!

    Can’t wait to spin your new single. The Independent Music Network is one of the more popular shows we air on my stations and besides the good music, people love the host— that’s you Buck! Good Luck, but I don’t think you’ll need it. Just remember us “little guys” when you hit # 1.

    J.B.
    From the proud state of Tennessee where radio is still King!

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