Hillcrest CD 68 country radio promotion with another great selection of country music radio from Canada. Delivered direct to discerning country music radio station DJs worldwide. Country music artistes highlighted include Lonnie Bartmess, Liz Anderson, Allan Caswell, Denae Gardner Mel Gibson, Sherry Lynn. Also Roy Head, Clelia Adams, Wesley Parker, Ann Pascoe, Don Allen, Lisa Lambert and Steve Roberson. You’ll also find tracks from The Long And Short Of It, Danny Hooper and Jo Ann Lewis. All Hillcrest tracks are for promotional use only.
Hillcrest CD 68 Music Promotion
This is a country radio promotion marketing service owned and operated by singer/songwriter, producer and recording artist, Ross Allen. It was set up in 1992. Country music has a long history in Canada. The genre evolved out of the diverse musical practices of the Appalachian region of the United States. Appalachian folk music was largely Scottish and Irish, with an important influence also being the African American country blues.
All songs are used by permission. Check out the clips on Mixcloud.
Music For Your Collection
50 Years in Oz – Allan Caswell
Denae Gardner – Single – Denae Gardner
My Kind of Christmas – Mel Gibson
A Beautiful Life (feat. Crystal Gayle) – Sherry Lynn
Voices of Americana: Roy Head – Roy Head
River Valley Dreaming – Clelia Adams
Come On Home (Songs and Stories from Tishomingo County) – Lisa Lambert
Radio and television stations in Canada which play country music, however, are sometimes more flexible in how they define the genre than their counterparts in the United States. Canadian country stations have commonly played artists more commonly associated with folk music, such as Bruce Cockburn, Leahy, Spirit of the West and The Rankin Family. There is also a small francophone scene in the genre, typically sung in the joual accent. Francophone artists include Renée Martel, Gildor Roy, Patrick Norman, Willie Lamothe, Steph Carse and Georges Hamel. (Wikipedia)
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