For Immediate Release
February 15, 2021
Nashville, TN --- New Music Monday is back in action and.set once again to jump start a few careers as the popular radio show showcases new music and artists. Hosted by music veteran Buck McCoy based out of WNHE Radio in Nashville, TN, the radio show continues to receive an overwhelming volume of response from listeners as it helps break new and unsigned artists and bands.
NMM will air tonight at 7:00 PM (Central Standard Time) featuring some of today’s best new artists along with current Chart Breakers. VOTE for your favorite artist on our hotline at 615-492-1777 or to our email at email@example.com will go into immediate rotation after the show tonight,"
To stream the show tonight simply go to www.wnheradio.com (click Listen Now) at 7:00 Central. The show will then repeat on a number of affiliates at these newly announced times.
- WNVV/New York www.wnvvrealhitradio.com 9 PM Eastern/8 Central/6 Pacific
- KKUL/Las Vegas www.kkulrealhitradio.com 7 PM Pacific/9 Central/10 Eastern
- KLDL/Los Angeles www.kldlrealhitradio.com 8PM Pacific/10 Central/11:00 Eastern
- Sound Machine Radio www.soundmachineradio.com 10/Eastern
- Wide Music Radio www.widemusic.com 10/East
For Immediate Release Friday, February 12, 2021
CONTEMPORARY SINGER/SONGWRITER & MUSICIAN CHARLES PARKER SET TO RELEASE NEW SINGLE "STORY OF OUR LIVES"
Abstract "Relationship" Track Available Via All Digital Retail And Streaming Platforms
Friday, February 26, 2021
Pre-sale Event Begins TODAY, February 12
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Veteran indie recording artist, Charles Parker (CMP Records, Baltimore, MD), is slated to release his fifth single, titled "Story Of Our Lives,"* via all digital retail outlets and streaming platforms (Amazon/Apple Music/iTunes/ Pandora/Spotify/Tidal) on Friday, February 26, 2021. Music enthusiasts can take advantage of the Pre-sale Event TODAY via Apple, Spotify and Amazon.
Co-produced alongside Frank Starchak, the original tune lends an abstract insight to the intricacies of relationships young, old, budding or fading. Parker infuses motifs into the storyline to consummate a deeper meaning; while "finger snaps" represent the "time" it takes to harvest a new romance, or see beyond the cloud of a love lost. Pulsed acoustic and electric guitar, 80s-inspired drums and modern bass enliven the dark, smoky tones.
"I know that I’m always wasting time
Today Tomorrow Whenever
You are the one that I’d hope to find
I’ll have you and hold you forever
So many times I thought that you might
stay another round or two
So many answers that you are requesting
My times too precious for you
And how I long to know what you would say
to make our wish come true
What’s in the past has gone away but only just for you""Relationships come with trials and tribulations, desires and expectations and, sometimes, feelings unreciprocated," said Charles Parker. "When I wrote this song, my thoughts meandered; probably because relationships aren't always black and white. The lyrics and storyline became a bit abstract. Most listeners will have a different interpretation depending upon on where they are in their relationship."
The new single ("Story Of Our Lives") follows the momentums generated by Parker’s acclaimed, and most recent release, "When Jesus Calls," and a series of tunes including "Love Is Us" and "Say Goodbye," which ranked #73 and #86 on the charts, respectively. Parker also released the title track from his debut album BRING BACK THE SUN which became the first of the artist’s discography to enjoy radio chart activity (MusicRow Country Music Breakout Chart).
Ed Gertler/Digital Retail Services will spearhead the digital retail and streaming campaign.
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ABOUT CHARLES PARKER:
Often hard to come by, Nashville recording artist, Charles Parker falls among the triple threats of the music industry. Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, the talented musical connoisseur caters to an assortment of genres with a flavorful palate for quintessential music. His dedication, belief and hard work have paid off; the singer, songwriter and self-taught musician has enjoyed a successful 20-year career, and this is just the beginning.
Shaped by a menagerie of influences that resonate from the likes of Kiss, Elvis, The Beatles, Alan Jackson, Tom Petty, The Eagles and every glam metal band in between, Charles Parker’s unique and contemporary sound is a meld of pop and rock dusted with a hint of Americana, folk and country blues.
Characterized by his grit, passion, perseverance and showmanship, the entrepreneurial musician writes daily and plays more than 100 dates a year. Complementing his solo work, the seasoned performer shares the stage as a member of various notable tribute bands covering tunes by The Beatles, Beach Boys, Kiss and more.
Tapped for his music history knowledge and charisma to captivate the listener, Charles is host of "Rock School" (97 Underground); with over 100,000 listeners, the Baltimore-based show spotlights the best of hard rock and heavy metal around the world.MEDIA CONTACT:
Music City Media
K. Atwood | KATWOOD@
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Charles Parker Set To Release New Single 'When Jesus Calls'
Louder Than Music
Mar 18 2020
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Veteran indie recording artist, Charles Parker (CMP Records, Baltimore, MD), is slated to release his fourth single, titled "When Jesus Calls," via all digital outlets and streaming platforms (Amazon/Apple Music/iTunes/ Pandora/Spotify/Tidal) on Friday, April 10, 2020. Music enthusiasts can take advantage of the "When Jesus Calls" Pre-sale Event by visiting orcd.co.
Co-produced alongside Frank Starchak, the self-penned emotionally heart-felt and uplifting redemptive track beams with big instrumental builds, spotlighting piano, cello, and string quartets reminiscent of Peter Gabriel, 70s rock guitar licks (a la Guns N Roses and Super Tramp) and choir vocals bold enough to raise the roof off a church. Working alongside award-winning musician Brent Mason, Parker lent his talents to perform on guitar and piano.Full Press Item
CRS 2020 with Brandi Maclaren: Charles Parker
Center Stage Magazine
April 14, 2020
Nashville's Country Radio Seminar is an important yearly event for those in the country music industry. From artists to labels, radio stations to publicity agents, managers, and journalists, CRS is a place where everyone can connect to one another for business opportunities, collaborations, or a simple reunion with friends made along the way.
With an event such as CRS, the opportunities for Center Stage Magazine to conduct interviews continuously grows, leaving us no choice but to enlist help to prevent having to turn away artists from sharing their upcoming work. Thankfully, singer/songwriter Brandi Maclaren was ready, willing, and able to lend her talents to us for the three-day music event.Full Press Item
Charles Parker’s New Song Inspired By Prayer Requests
Country Music Views
March 25, 2020
Charles Parker said his last song called “Love Is Us” has received over half of a million streams on Spotify. He said that the song is in the pop, rock and country genres.
Parker will release his next song on April 10, which is also Good Friday. The song is called “When Jesus Calls” and Parker said he was inspired to write it by prayer requests he would see on social media. “It’s the first time that I’ve ever written a song like that,” he said.Full Press Item
An Interview With Baltimore’s Contemporary Pop Rock Songwriter Charles Parker & Look At His Newest Single, ‘Love Is Us’
December 4, 2019
Regardless of musical style, Charles Parker has lived something of the dream of most musicians: to make a living off of music, and not have to worry about a Plan B, or a fall-back gig.
Parker started off juggling multiple cover and tribute rock bands in the 80s and beyond, and essentially never looked back. Being born and bred in Charm City, Parker didn’t have the luxury of having an especially accepting culture around him for new, original music. But in the past handful of years, Parker has been able to work and record in Nashville, and weave his own music in the fabric of Music City.Full Press Item