Monday, October 7, 2013
Amy Allen's 'Someday Is Today' Hits Top 30 of STS Main Country Chart
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 2013) – Country-pop-Americana artist Amy Allen's new single, "Someday Is Today", recently hit the Top 30 of the Spin Tracking System Main Country Chart.
In related news, the single also has landed in the Top 20 of the STS Country Indie Chart. The song, which is airing on approximately 100 radio stations across the United States, received almost 1,000 "spins" in one week.
"I'm thrilled to see my song, 'Someday Is Today', climbing the singles charts," said Allen, who is represented by Bill Wence Promotions, Whiting Publicity and Promotions, and Music City Artist Management. "We recently had a wonderful CD release party and concert in Nashville, and we're looking forward to playing a host of music venues in the coming year."
The singer-songwriter has performed at venues ranging from the White House to the Ryman Auditorium. Her new album, "Someday Is Today", features 11 original songs inspired by real-life experiences. The artist describes her sound as a versatile mix of blues-accented country, pop and Americana with hints of Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin, Elton John, and Patsy Cline. She has opened for country acts such as John Conlee, Patty Loveless, and Brooks & Dunn. The album was named "New and Noteworthy" on the iTunes country music page when it was officially released on Sept. 24.
Recorded in Nashville, "Someday Is Today" offers heartfelt ballads, mid-tempo crowd pleasers, and rock-accented dance numbers. Allen is joined by an all-star cast of Nashville session musicians, including guitarist Scott Neubert, background vocalists Jaimee Paul and Vickie Carrico, electric guitarist Jason Roller, and keyboardist Steve Peffer. The album, which retails for $15, is distributed by Wormwood Records. Selections from the album are available at iTunes and other online retailers.
For more information about the CD or booking Allen for an upcoming event, call (870) 918-4403, send an email message to info@TheAmyAllen.com, or mail correspondence to Wormwood Records, 736 Bodenhamer Drive, El Dorado, AR 71730. To learn more about the artist, visit http://www.TheAmyAllen.com. Media and management-related inquiries may be directed to Arts@WhitingPublicity.com or by calling (615) 423-9857.