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Wes Poe

Back on the air this week

I was out last week for CRS which stands for Country Radio Seminar. It's the better part of a week, and country programmers and station personnel head to Nashville for networking, education, and familiarizing ourselves with the new best music coming our way in the next year. There are some folks that are worth checking out. Most of these folks are pretty unknown but you will most likely hear a lot more about them in the year, and years to come.

Tyler Dickerson, a new artist on Lyric Street. Only 16 years old, but the attitude and song writing ability of someone a lot older, you can listen to his stuff on myspace.


Emily West: She was recently in town for a show at Fuel and I saw her again with her entire band. She's on the verge of turning into something big, you can listen to some of her songs on her myspace page also. We're currently playing Blue Sky featuring Keith Urban on the Wolf.

Josh Thompson: also makes my list for possible superstars, many of you may have heard "Beer On The Table" which was his first single. I have pretty good feeling he'll be around for at while. He has a album available now and should be available at Walmart and Target. You can hear songs from it on Myspace.


Last but not least, Mallary Hope She's a new artist on MCA Records. The trend has been going toward singer song writers in Nashville for the last 5 years or so. More and more labels are searching for talented singers and songwriters. Mallary fits the bill, great voice and a great song writer. Check out some of her stuff on her Myspace page.

There are more that I'm missing but the good news there is a lot of fresh talent out there and some great new music you'll be hearing on the Wolf soon!  (WP)

03/01/2010 9:55AM
Back on the air this week
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