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THANK YOU TO ALL THE COMMERCIAL AND INTERNET RADIO STATIONS PLAYING MY SONGS, "I SAID HELLO, HE SAID GOODBYE", & "LIVING ON CREDIT".  

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO JACQUES DUFOUR AT www.lyonpremiere.com Rocking Boy Saloon Issue 979 FOR PLAYING "JACK 'N JILL" 9/25/11

 

MUSIC REVIEWS

 

Today's Country Music Magazine by
With the country music industry going the way of rock and pop these days more and more outside influences are becoming a part of the country singer’s background. Ivy Raye, although inspired by country legends like Dolly Parton are certainly more influenced by rock stars like Stevie Nicks and she shows that throughout her new album Dancing Dark Delilah. Raye channels her inner Stevie Nicks in both tone and songwriting as she invites you into this album which is one that truly walks a border between country and rock leaning far over into the rock side of things more often than not. However, her influences from across numerous genres play a part in this album as well as she often presents a very soulful approach to her raw and often lower registering voice. Her uniqueness isn’t by design but rather very natural and the realness of it shows throughout this whole album as she blends her influences together perfectly showcasing the best of who she is as a songwriter and artist. Her unique sound has familiar qualities making this album one that is very easy to listen to, but at the same time it is set apart from the cookie-cutter music that is out there right now.
 
Dancing Dark Delilah Review by
CD review for "Dancing Dark Delilah" by Brad Fischer of the Nashville Music Guide Magazine: Raye has a unique voice, a little husky but very soulful on her low and high notes. The singer/songwriter struts her stuff on this ten song album, all written by the artist and produced by Dave Moody for independent release. The title track sets the mood for the CD which is worth a place in your record collection. Stand out tracks for me were the title tune and "Black Cloud". But, you be the judge.


Hi Everybody,
Fine to return to the radio station after the holidays !!
Here is our 1015 th show on Radio Lyon 1st, everywhere on www.lyonpremiere.com and on the podcast at anytime !
For your comments : country@lyonpremiere.info
PROGRAMMATION SEPTEMBER 2
Rockin'Boy Saloon Issue 1015
BRAD PAISLEY-Working on a tan
MARTINA MC BRIDE-True blue fool
MARTINA MC BRIDE-Independence day
MARTINA MC BRIDE-Rose garden
SAMMY KERSHAW-Saltwater cowboy
AARON EINHOUSE-The cougar song
KENT GRAY-One shot at a time
ERICA SUNSHINE LEE-What it takes to be a country man
MICHAEL THOMAS-Nobody else but you
JEFF GRIFFITH-Hard road paved with blues
WAYLON JENNINGS/JOHN HIATT-Just to satisfy you
DAVID WOOD-Stumbin' and fallin'
ZAC BROWN BAND-I play the road
MELISSA BROOKE-Sticky situation
ASHLEY GEARING-Me, my heart and I
EILEEN CAREY-Out with the girls
TANYA TUCKER-Lovesick blues
JESSE WIDDLETON-Calling me home
COAL PORTERS-The squeaky wheel gets the oil
GLEN ALBRECHT-Still have beer
LAURETTE CANYON-France-Highway to hell
GG GIBSON-France-Warm it up to me
ORVILLE GRANT-France-Rodeo life
DIXIE CHICKS-The long way around
MARTY RIVERS-Malta-Queen of my heart
SCOTTY GLUCK-The steel made me cry
IVY RAYE-Rose colored mirrors
PERLEY CURTIS-Did you say that you're from Texas

Merci pour l'écoute – Thanks for listening

Jacques "Rockinboy" Dufour
Radio LYON 1ere
Country Web Bulletin
Le CRI du Coyote

THE JUNE ISSUES OF "NASHVILLE MUSIC GUIDE MAGAZINE', HAVE EXTENSIVE NEWS OF THE CMA FESTIVAL ALONG WITH A CD WITH NUMEROUS ARTISTS, INCLUDING MY SONG, "I SAID HELLO, HE SAID GOODBYE" (IN 2010).  CHECK OUT PAGES 6. 36  & 38 FOR MY AD, INTERVIEW AND A PIC OF THE CD WITH ALL ARTISTS.

HERE'S THE LINK:

http://www.nashvillemusicguide.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/June-2012-173_Online.pdf

  

THANK YOU TO ALL THESE STATIONS

  1. Sound Machine Country Radio

    Myrol. 3:45. US 32 - Chasin' the Sun. Buy this CD now! Tumblin' Home. 4:03 ... 3: 57.Ivy Raye - Black Cloud. Buy this CD now! Dancing Dark Delilah. 3:02 ...
  2. Texas Twister Radio & Records Playlist : FAB-AM Playlists

    Apr 11, 2012 – Ivy Raye - Black CloudBlack Sun – Lamon Honey Don't - Who Took the Jukebox - 2 Dolla Reccas Jack Blanchard/Misty Morgan - You Come ...
  1. Weekly Playlist Report

    ... Templeton Sing That Song Again Black River Indies/Extra's Good Intentions ... Ivy Raye Black Cloud Lamon Indies/Extra's Ivy Raye Black CloudBlack Sun ...
  2. FAB-AM Playlists

    Apr 6, 2012 – Ivy Raye - Black CloudBlack Sun ñ Lamon Honey Donít - Who Took the Jukebox - 2 Dolla Reccas Jack Blanchard/Misty Morgan - You Come ...


 TRUST IN GOD

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 IVY RAYE

BIO:

Born in Monroe, Louisiana;  moved to San Antonio, Texas where I studied voice and lead guitar.  I've been writing songs since I was sixteen.    Eventually moved to Minneapolis, MN and continued the voice lessons, switched to piano, and sang lead in an ensemble cover band at Westbank School of Music. Ended up in Atlanta, more voice lessons and I also started making demos with numerous producers until I was  signed by Dave Moody of Lamon Records, who produced the CD; and did an amazing job of it.  I've written all my songs on my CD, " Dancing Dark Delilah" and most of the music except for where stated on the Lyrics page.