REVEREND ZEN - AWARDS
2011/12 ASCAP Plus Award - NYC
2010/11 ASCAP Plus Award - NYC
2010 Semi Finalist Award UK Song Contest - London
2009/10 Artist of the Year Nominee Effigy Awards Fame Games ABC Radio Networks -Spain
2009/10 Song of the Year Nominee Effigy Awards Fame Games ABC Radio Networks - Spain
7 Finalist Awards 2009/10 Effigy Awards Fames Games ABC Radio Network - Spain
2009/10 ASCAP Plus Award - NYC
2009 Semi Finalist Award UK Song Contest - London
2009 Semi Finalist Award Australia Song Contest - Sydney
2008/09 Artist of the Year Nominee Effigy Awards Fame Games ABC Radio Networks - Spain
7 Finalist Awards 2008/09 Effigy Awards Fame Games ABC Radio Networks - Spain
2 Finalist Awards 2008/09 Unisong International Song Contest - LA
2008/09 ASCAP Plus Award - NYC
2008 Golden Wave Artist of the Year Award - Denver
2008 Best Song Nominee Los Angeles Music Awards - LA
2008 Best Song Nominee Toronto Exclusive Magazine Awards - Toronto
2008 Finalist Award France's 100% Song Contest - Paris
2 Semi Finalist Awards France's 2008 100% Song Contest - Paris
2008 Semi Finalist Award Australia Song Contest - Sydney
3 Semi Finalist Awards 2008 UK Song Contest - London
2007/08 Song of the Year Effigy Awards Fame Games ABC Radio Networks - Spain
2007/08 Artist of the Year Nominee Effigy Awards Fame Games ABC Radio Networks - Spain
5 Finalist Awards 2007/08 Effigy Awards Fame Games ABC Radio Networks - Spain
2007/08 ASCAP Plus Award - NYC
2 Finalist Awards 2007/08 Unisong International Song Contest - LA
2007 Artist of the Year Los Angeles Music Awards - LA
2007 Song of the Year Los Angeles Music Awards - LA
4 Best Song Nominations 2007 Los Angeles Music Awards - LA
2007 Artist of the Year WCH Radio - St. Louis
2006 Bronze Artist Award RGW Radio - Norfolk, UK
2006 Finalist Award VH1 Song of the Year Contest - Houston
5 Runner Up Awards 2006 VH1 Song of the Year Contest - Houston
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Check out the latest awards ceremony for independent music and you'll likely find Reverend Zen named among the nominees or winners. Since the release of their debut CD the rock, blues, jazz group has continuously garnered critical acclaim, receiving seventy music industry awards from around the world. John Schoenberger of Billboard's Radio and Records in Los Angeles reflects on the band's success stating, "Reverend Zen's Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon is simply a very good record."
Winning 2007/08 Song of the Year from ABC Radio Networks Fame Games Effigy Awards in Costa del Sol, Spain for "The Boston Shakedown", along with five Finalist Awards, is just a start. An Artist of the Year Nomination and seven Finalist Awards followed from 2008/09's Effigy Awards. In January Reverend Zen received seven Finalist Awards, an Artist of the Year Nomination and a Song of the Year Nomination for "Boy Genius" from 2009/10's Effigy Awards.
Two thousand seven saw Reverend Zen receive four Best Song Nominations from Hollywood's Los Angeles Music Awards for "The Boston Shakedown", "Bad Attitude", "Don't Try to Tell Me" and "Dangerous Times". The genre stretching band was subsequently named L.A. Music Award's 2007 Artist of the Year, with "Bad Attitude" named 2007 Song of the Year. More kudos followed as "Her Love" and "Bad Attitude" received Best Song Nominations from 2008's L.A. Music Awards and 2008's Toronto Exclusive Magazine Awards respectively. The group concluded the year named recipients of 2008's Golden Wave Artist of the Year Award in Denver.
More European accolades followed with Reverend Zen taking home two Semi Finalist Awards and a Finalist nod for "Dangerous Times" from France's 2008 100% Song Contest in Paris. Two Semi Finalist Awards and three Runners Up Awards followed from the BBC sponsored 2008, 2009 and 2010 UK Song Contest in London. In Sydney the band was a Finalist Nominee in both the 2008 and 2009 Australia Song Contest, while back in the United States "Bad Attitude" and "Magdalena" received Finalist Awards from 2007/08's Unisong International Song Contest in Los Angeles as "Boy Genius" and "My Sigmund Freud" were Finalists in the 2008/09 Unisong Contest. Along the way there were multiple awards from 2006's Billboard World Song Contest in New York, 2006's Mid Atlantic Song Contest in Washington, D.C. and 2007's Singer-Songwriter Awards in London. Add to those WCH Radio's 2007 Artist of the Year Award in St. Louis and RGW Radio's 2006 Bronze Artist Award in Norfolk, U.K., but the list is still incomplete.
From 2007-2012 Reverend Zen bandleader-songwriter Jack Evans was the recipient of five prestigious ASCAP Plus Awards in New York. Preceding those honors Mr. Evans and the group received five Runners Up Awards in 2006's VH1 Song of the Year Contest in Houston, as "Dangerous Times" was named a 2006-VH1 Finalist. The VH1 panel remarked, "Listening to these songs you're drawn in by their unique, vivid mirrors of human nature and emotion. Their lyrics and arrangements have the power to make you remember both the songs and their performances. This music has stand out guitar that's perfectly executed and first rate production. Above all this music is straight from the heart."
For Reverend Zen such substance and precision were honed over time, with the band writing and recording Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon over a ten-year period. You'll hear this dedication and attention to detail in each exacting lyric and every well-executed chord change. "Great songwriting, lyrics and arrangements from Reverend Zen." Comments Paul Olund of MSNBC.com's Independent Study - Artists You Need to Know. These are always timeless qualities in music and Reverend Zen not only reminds us of Steely Dan's cleverness and the grit of the blues, but they also touch upon the introspection of the singer-songwriters. These traits and more are evident on the group's slamming shuffle "The Boston Shakedown", with its tale of lust, debauchery and a college education, and in the dark beauty of love lost on "Don't Try to Tell Me" and "The One in Love".
Reverend Zen's musical credentials are beyond question. The group's musicians have a history of playing with the music greats, ranging from John Mayer, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow, Donald Fagen, John Scofield and Annie Lennox to B.B. King, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin and Sting. The band's sound pays tribute to these influences, but also pushes musical boundaries mixing the funk laden wit of "Bad Attitude" and "Boy Genius", with the classic rock sound of "Magdalena" and its angelic tale of love found.
"Our influences span several genres." States Mr. Evans. "Miles Davis, James Brown, Joni Mitchell, Steely Dan, Wayne Shorter and Claude Debussy is among our favorites. All of them inspire us with their spirit, eloquence and craft. They just seem to express themselves with conviction and humanity.". Strands of Ms. Mitchell and Mr. Debussy can be heard flowing through Reverend Zen's impressionistic ballad of love in question, "Only a Fool" with the New York group again bridging musical idioms.
Such rich musical backgrounds coupled with their distinctive writing has helped Reverend Zen quickly gain a reputation for thought-provoking lyrics and no holds barred rhythms. Those qualities and more are evident on the rocking "My Sigmund Freud", their National Inquirer like adventures of an amusing psychotic and his psychiatrist, on "Her Love" their haunting portrait of a woman's emotional damage and on "Dangerous Times" their analogy of the Wild West to current events in America and the world. It's music for the thinking man's head indeed.
Not only the music industry, but listeners around the world are discovering Reverend Zen with the band receiving air play and coverage in North and South America, the Middle East, Australia, Japan and Europe. Paul Sedowski, CEO of Meer Music International's Fame Games show, broadcast on Spain's Onda Cero Radio Network to audiences in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, and in the United States on the ABC Radio Network remarks, "Reverend Zen has gone and rocked our station totally and put big smiles on our faces. They sound like a killer band that's tight, full of energy and swing, highly accomplished and credible."
Global platitudes aside Reverend Zen's true genius lies in its music with lyrics of wit, introspection and cultural commentary, melodies that live on in your memory like old friends, dead on drum tracks, bad ass guitar solos and subtleties that slowly reveal themselves. Ten years in the making, Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon was worth the wait and is now taking Reverend Zen to the world stage.
REVEREND ZEN - THE SONGS OF ANGELS, BLUES & THE CRYING MOON
"Magdalena" (Unisong Finalist - Lyrics, VH1 Runner Up - AC/AAA & Lyrics, Billboard Award)and it's classic rock sound opens Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon with sweeping keyboards and a majestic chorus. It's the story of a loner's encounter with an angel. "The song was written as a folk tale of sorts about truth, trust and dreams." remarks singer/lyricist Jack Evans. James Gerard adds organ and synths. Chris Carter and Gil Parris are on guitar. "I was sleeping on a cloud/ When an angel awakened me/ With the warm gentle voice/ Of a heavenly breeze/ She said, I’m Magdalena/ I've come to speak with you/ And whatever words are spoken/ We shall always speak the truth".
"Bad Attitude"(LA Music Awards Song of the Year - Blues, Toronto Exclusive Magazine Awards Best Song Nominee - AC, ABC Radio's Fame Games Effigy Awards Finalist, Unisong Finalist - Blues, UK Song Contest Semi Finalist- Blues/Jazz, France's 100% Song Contest Semi Finalist - Blues/Jazz, Billboard, VH1, UK's Singer-Songwriter Awards) is funky R&B, rock. It's a he said, she said take on a cynic's bad luck and his lover's claim that all he suffers from is a bad attitude. Black cats, aerodynamics and a twelve ton truck all get involved. "It's some classic "downer" sentiment with a few twists.", relates Evans. The hot wired guitar solo is by Chris Carter who's been called one of the premier R&B guitarists in NYC by renowned studio great Hugh McCracken. "Throw me a line my boat sprung a leak/ I clutch my flask for a final drink/ A smiling shark is circling the bow/ With a little luck I’ll probably drown".
“Don’t Try To Tell Me”(2007 LA Music Awards Best Song Nominee - AC/AAA, VH1 Runner Up - AC/AAA, ABC Radio's Fame Games Effigy Awards Finalist, UK Song Contest, Billboard Awards) is a solemn ballad dramatizing the final encounter between two lovers. Denial, regret and loss are all reflected. The lyrical, blues inflected guitar solo is by Gil Parris (the Gil Parris Band, Dr. John, Bob James, David Sanborn). The piano and keyboard orchestration is by Evans’ co writer on the ten songs of Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon, James Gerard. "Don’t try to tell me it was all a mistake/ Don’t try to tell me that/ Don’t try to tell me sometimes love can fade/ Like we’ve just become two passing strangers without names".
“The Boston Shakedown”(Song of the Year Effigy Awards Spain - Blues/Rock, LA Music Awards Best Song Nominee - AC/AAA, VH1 Runner Up - AC/AAA & Lyrics, France's 100% Song Contest Semi Finalist - Blues/Jazz, Billboard, Mid-Atlantic/SAW, Unisong, UK Song Contest Awards) is a slamming, roguish tale of higher education with a party girl who loves underclassmen but always leaves them. There’s props to Marvin Gaye, the Red Sox and Stolichnaya. “Just a bit of reminiscing about college days and Boston.”, smiles Evans. The bad ass guitar solo is by Nick Moroch (David Sanborn, Chaka Khan, Donald Fagen). Rob Aries (John Scofield, Freddy Jackson, Donald Harrison) is on keyboards. The bass duties are handled by Kip Sophos (Nile Rodgers, Chuck Loeb, David Mann) with Evans on vocals and drums. "She’s havin’ another party upstairs/ They’re squealin’ and laughin’ in the August heat/ With her trunk full of toys and contraband/ That young fool don’t stand a chance”.
“Only A Fool” (VH1 Award) is a bittersweet ballad. “A friend was caught up in a relationship that was very yin, yang. They were being held hostage by their own emotions.”, explains Evans. The song highlights Rob Aries on piano and Gil Parris on electric and acoustic guitar. Evans provides the impressionistic keyboard orchestration. The background vocals are by Margaret Dorn (Boz Scaggs, Michael McDonald, Bette Midler) and Vaneese Thomas (Eric Clapton, Sting, Stevie Wonder, Annie Lennox, Luther Vandross, Chaka Khan, Pearl Jam, Michael Jackson, John Scofield, Aretha Franklin, John Mayer). “Didn’t my love try to chase the demons from your heart/ Still the wounds of your past are tearing us apart”.
“My Sigmund Freud” (Finalist ABC Radio's Fame Games Effigy Awards Spain - Blues/Rock, Finalist Unisong Contest - Novelty) rocks and rises up with no holds barred rhythms and a unique look at our modern society. It’s the over the top adventures of an amusing psychotic and the doctor he considers his savior. A UFO, the Bronx Zoo and Joseph Cornell materialize along the way. If Dr. Phil, Woody Allen and Frank Zappa had started a rock band it might sound like this. “The first three lines of the chorus are lifted from an ad in the New York Post,”, reveals Evans. “The rest of the lyrics probably read like the National Enquirer." Chris Carter returns on guitar, James Gerard covers the keyboard tracks. “Palpitations, shortness of breath/ A racing heart, a fear of death/ Delusions of grandeur, loss of control/ Last week I dreamed I was Axl Rose/ But my doctor cures my ills/ With understanding and his happy pills/ He’s fillin’ up my emotional void / He’s my savior, he’s my Sigmund Freud”.
“Her Love”(LA Music Awards Best Song Nominee - AAA, ABC Radio's Fame Games Effigy Awards Finalist, UK Song Contest Semi Finalist- Blues/Jazz, Semi Finalist Australia Song Contest, Billboard, VH1, UK's Singer-Songwriter Awards) tells us of a woman unable to confront her demons, who sadly uses her beauty and charm as power and control in this revealing character study. “This one came together very quickly,” says Evans. James had sketched out a lot of the music, then I went home and wrote the lyrics the next day." Gil Parris, called the brightest star of jazz/blues guitar since Larry Carlton by Guitar One Magazine, delivers a soaring, emotional solo against the back drop of James Gerard's keyboards. "She listens to his words and lets him feel she understands/ Her replies are chosen so she can gain the upper hand/ She coolly plays the temptress as he gives himself away/ She chooses her men cautiously, only the ones she finds easy to leave".
"Dangerous Times"(2007 LA Music Awards Best Song Nominee - AC/AAA, France's 100% Song Contest Finalist - Performance, VH1 Finalist - AC/AAA, ABC Radio's Fame Games Effigy Awards Finalist, UK Song Contest Semi Finalist - Blues/Jazz, Billboard, Unisong Awards, UK's Singer-Songwriter Awards) with it's upbeat sound is actually RZ's thought provoking, dark analogy of the old Wild West to current events in America and the world. Is this 1870's Deadwood or New York in the year 2000? "It seems incomprehensible to me how much misguided machismo and violence still exist in what's called modern civilization.", states Evans. James Gerard is again on keyboards while Chris Carter returns on guitar. The background vocals here are by Sheryl Marshall (Joni Mitchell, John Medeski, Buster Poindexter, Ru Paul, Albert Collins, NYC's Uptown Horns) and Soozie Tyrell (Bruce Springsteen, Sheryll Crow, Shawn Colvin, Elvis Costello). "There's a line of mourners and a mother's tears/ Nothin's changed around here for a hundred years”.
"Boy Genius" (Song of the Year Nominee ABC Radio's Fame Games Effigy Awards - Blues/Rock, Finalist Unisong Contest - Jazz/Blues) gives us the incredulous tales of a child prodigy. Balzac, Shakespeare and Camus are all on his required reading list. Evans explains, "The words and drum part came first. The lyrics were partly inspired by an old Jodie Foster movie called "Little Man Tate". Ideas for the groove came from a Miles Davis song called Splatch on his Tutu album." The song slams and rocks with a hip hop bounce and a scorching guitar solo by Chris Carter (the Chris Carter Band, Art Neville, Taj Mahal, Solomon Burke, NYC's Uptown Horns, Joan Osborne). The keyboards are by Rob Aries and Evans. "By the age of five he'd quote Socrates/ And play in his room with a laser beam/ Baptized the kid with a metaphysical mind/ He's next in line for the Nobel Prize”.
"The One In Love" (Finalist ABC Radio's Fame Games Effigy Awards, Semi Finalist UK Song Contest, Billboard, VH1 Awards) is a beautifully dark, mid tempo ballad that closes Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon. It's an account of abandonment, unresolved longing and efforts to transcend it all at a jazz club called the Crying Moon. James Gerard delivers the richly textured keyboard orchestration. Philly session bassist Kjell Benner (Patti La Belle, Arlen Roth) and drummer Rudy Feinauer (the Syndicate of Soul, George Russell, Jimmy Guiffre) round out the rhythm section. "From the stage I face a crowded room/ In a club they call the Crying Moon/ As love struck couples dance the floor/ The lonely read matchbooks looking bored”.
REVEREND ZEN - CONTACT DETAILS:
Jack Evans: 111 Katonah Ave, Katonah, NY, 10536, (914) 232-8946, firstname.lastname@example.org; www.reverendzenmusic.com; For Blakjak Music Records & Anamosa Songs Publishing, ASCAP use above address; www.myspace.com/reverendzenmusic
(Leader) JACK EVANS- lead vocals,drums,keyboards. ROB ARIES-keyboards. KJELL BENNER-bass. CHRIS CARTER-guitar. MARGARET DORN-background vocals. RUDY FEINAUER-drums. JAMES GERARD-keyboards. SHERYL MARSHALL-background vocals. NICK MOROCH-guitar. GIL PARRIS-guitar. KIP SOPHOS-bass. VANEESE THOMAS-background vocals. SOOZIE TYRELL-background vocals. CHRIS VITARELLO-guitar.
Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon by REVEREND ZEN, Nov. 2006 Release - Blakjak Music Records / Anamosa Songs ASCAP; c2006 Evans/Gerard
Tomasian Entertainment's "Rock Out Loud" Compilation cd., Spring 2009 Release (Jersey City, N.J.)
WMVY Radio's "Fresh Produce 4" Compilation cd., Nov. 2007 Release (Martha's Vineyard/ Nantucket/ CapeCod, Ma./ Newport, R.I.)
RPW Record's "Music For Coffee Beings" Compilation cd. Sept. 2007 Release (Maple Ridge, B.C., Canada)
BMB Music's "State of Independence" Compilation cd. Summer 2009 Release (Boston, Ma.)
Indie Artists Alliance's "Songwriters & Storytellers" Compilation cd. July, 2007 Release, (Castro Valley, Ca.)
Music Research's "Just Talents" Compilation cd April, 2007 Release, (Miami, Fla. / Rio de Janerio, Brazil / Berlin, Germany)
Don't Try To Tell Me
The Boston Shakedown
Only A Fool
My Sigmund Freud
The One In Love
Only A Fool - Instrumental
The Boston Shakedown - Instrumental
Don't Try To Tell Me - Instrumental
REVEREND ZEN's Evans Receives 2011/2012 ASCAP Plus Award
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NYC (ASCAP) - Jack Evans of the New York based rock/jazz/R&B group Reverend Zen has just been named ...NYC (ASCAP) - Jack Evans of the New York based rock/jazz/R&B group Reverend Zen has just been named the recipient of a prestigious 2011/20012 ASCAP Plus Award. Mr. Evans was chosen as a recipient in the annual awards by a distinguished panel of music experts in ASCAP's Jazz & Popular Music Division. The awards are based on recent activity of the applicants and are considered on merit and in the context of all others applying. This marks the second consecutive year that Mr. Evans has been honored by the ASCAP Plus Awards.
For more on Mr. Evans visit allaboutjazz.com, where he is interviewed by All About Jazz's David King.
REVEREND ZEN Receives 2008 Golden Wave Artist of the Year Award In Denver
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"We're proud to honor Reverend Zen as the recipients of our 2008 Golden Wave Artist of the Year Awar..."We're proud to honor Reverend Zen as the recipients of our 2008 Golden Wave Artist of the Year Award. The annual Golden Wave Award is presented through our shows The Colorado Wave and The Indie Music Wave in Denver and Los Angeles. And I'd like to add that Reverend Zen's debut cd Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon ranks as one of our indie albums of the decade."
REVEREND ZEN Wins Effigy Awards 2007/2008 Song of the Year - Spain
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You've gone and rocked our station totally and put big smiles on our faces with "The Boston Shakedow...You've gone and rocked our station totally and put big smiles on our faces with "The Boston Shakedown". Reverend Zen sounds like a killer band that's tight, full of energy and swing, highly accomplished and credible. A very good band and a performance that rocks. "The Boston Shakedown" is an excellent song with a great vibe. In all the time we've been airing Fame Games very few bands come close to this one on technical merit with "The Boston Shakedown". Great musicianship and musical taste. It's a pleasure to listen to this music. This band is one of our all time favorites. Here's an extremely credible band whose professionalism and class are apparent from the first moment. It's musicians like these who deserve all the success. We're proud to award Reverend Zen's "The Boston Shakedown" our 2007/2008 Blues-Rock Song of the Year.
REVEREND ZEN Named Artist of the Year At 2007 L.A. Music Awards
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After receiving four Best Song Nominations in the Adult Contemporary Artist and Blues Categories of ...After receiving four Best Song Nominations in the Adult Contemporary Artist and Blues Categories of the 2007 Los Angeles Music Awards, for "Dangerous Times", "Don't Try To Tell Me'', "Bad Attitude" and "The Boston Shakedown", Reverend Zen has been named Blues Artist of the Year by the 17th annual Los Angeles Music Awards. (see Billboard Publicity Wire)
Kudos from Billboard's Radio & Records
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With the release of REVEREND ZEN's debut album Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon, John Schoenberger of...With the release of REVEREND ZEN's debut album Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon, John Schoenberger of Billboard's Radio & Records remarks, "Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon by REVEREND ZEN is simply a very good record and should impact triple a radio. "The Boston Shakedown", "Magdalena" and "Don't Try To Tell Me" stand out as tracks to watch." For more on REVEREND ZEN visit Billboard's Publicity Wire.
Great song writing from REVEREND ZEN - MSNBC.com
Great song writing, lyrics and arrangements from REVEREND ZEN.
Adventurous, original rock/jazz/R&B whose overall excellence demands repeated listening.
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Production values abound on this album by Reverend Zen, led by producer/composer Jack Evans.The albu...Production values abound on this album by Reverend Zen, led by producer/composer Jack Evans.The album is one of the year's most interesting and it's overall excellence demands repeated listening. Their song "Dangerous Times" was named Finalist in the prestigious VH1 Song of the Year Contest. My favorite however is "The Boston Shakedown" which received a best performance nod from L.A.'s highly regarded Unisong International Contest. Other highlights include "My Sigmund Freud" and " Boy Genius". If you want adventurous, original rock/jazz/r&b check out this album.
A wonderful album full Of fabulous tracks
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REVEREND ZEN's Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon is full of great, varied, serious messages in colorfu...REVEREND ZEN's Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon is full of great, varied, serious messages in colorful, creative lyrics. A lovely, wonderful album full of fabulous tracks. (REVEREND ZEN's "Dangerous Times" featured on WMVY's "Fresh Produce 4" Compilation cd Fall 2007 release).
We'll be playing REVEREND ZEN for a very long time
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Actually, I don't think there's one duff track on this whole album. Rest assured we'll be playing RE...Actually, I don't think there's one duff track on this whole album. Rest assured we'll be playing REVEREND ZEN for a very long time.
REVEREND ZEN Coverage - North & South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, MIddle East
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Los Angeles Music Awards (LA) / Radio Nova 93.5FM (Sardinia, Italy) / MTV Soundtrack.com (NYC) / WHU...Los Angeles Music Awards (LA) / Radio Nova 93.5FM (Sardinia, Italy) / MTV Soundtrack.com (NYC) / WHUD 100.7 (Hudson Valley, N.Y.) / WMVY 92.7FM (Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Cape Cod, Ma.); 96.5FM (Newport, R.I.) / MSNBC.com's Independent Study; Artists You Need To Know (N.Y.C.) / WXPN 88.5FM ( Philadelphia, Pa.) / Radioio.com (Tampa, Fla.) / Australia Song Contest (Sydney, Australia) / UK Song Contest (London, UK) / iRadiola.com; 104.3FM (L.A.) / Pandora.com (Oakland, Ca.) / Billboard's Radio & Records (L.A.) / New Music Weekly (L.A.)/ Meer Music's Effigy Awards - Fame Games ABC Radio Networks - ABC Radio.com (NYC/Spain) / VH1's Song of the Year Contest (Houston) / Wikipedia.org (San Francisco) /Seoul Reviews.com (Seoul, South, Korea) / The Groove.com (Seoul, South Korea) / WAER 88.3FM (Syracuse, N.Y.) / KCCK 88.5FM (Cedar Rapids, Ia.) / WKZE 98.1 (Salisbury, Conn.) / XM Satellite Radio ( N.Y.C.) / WXPK 107.1FM; The Peak (White Plains, N.Y.) / Radio Paradise.com (Paradise, Ca.) / Heavier Octaves Radio.com - Pacifica Network.org (N.Y.C.) / Billboard Publicity Wire (N.Y.C.) / American Idol Underground; Idol Underground.com (L.A.) / Triple A Radio.com (Nevada City, Ca. ) / Billboard World Song Contest (N.Y.C.) / N.Y. 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Morgan, Co.) / KPTE 99.3FM (Farmington, N.M.) / KEPL 1470FM ( Estes Park, Co.) / WRHO 89.7FM (Oneonta, N.Y.) / KSNO 103.9FM ( Aspen, Co.) / KSKX 105.5FM (Pueblo, Co. / Power 3201.com (Port St. Lucie, Fla.) / Radio Indy.com (Encinatas, Ca.) / KZYR 97.7FM (Avon; Vail, Co.) / KEJJ 98.3FM (Gunnison, Co.) / KYOU Radio.com (San Francisco, Ca.) 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1. Magdalena 2. Bad Attitude 3. Don't Try To Tell Me 4. The Boston Shakedown. 5. Only A Fool 6.My Sigmund Freud. 7. Her Love 8. Dangerous Times 9. Boy Genius 10. The One In Love. (55 minute set.) (All originals)
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