This one is a little different as it is not a book. I’m setting up a blog tour for Hudson Lights a new music group with an album debuting on November 12th. This is being released by Shadow Mountain Records.
I have CD’s to mail out for review. Before signing up to review this album please listen to/watch the youtube video below to see if this type of music appeals to you.
CD’s will ship out on Monday with the tour beginning on November 5th and run until November 15th. Stops will consist of album “reviews” as well as spotlights. There will be a $25 shared Amazon Gift Card Giveaway.
If you can’t review it you can put up a spotlight post.
In addition to posting a review on your blog we ask that you also review the album on on media channels such as iTunes, Amazon, Deseret Book, etc.
Composed of 4 vocal artists from the Rocky Mountains, Hudson Lights creates a fresh fusion of contemporary pop and jazz like you’ve never heard before! World-class harmonies and consummate showmanship make this an unforgettable music experience. Equal parts thrilling, inspiring, and effortlessly charming, Hudson Lights brings a classy edge back to mainstream pop.
SALT LAKE CITY- (October 14, 2013) HUDSON LIGHTS will release their self-titled debut album November 12, 2013. They released a single, “Good to Me”, on iTunes in September.
The group is composed of four male vocal artists from around the country: McKay Crockett, Keith Evans, Joseph Moore and Ross Welch. Together they create a fresh fusion of contemporary pop and jazz music.
The upbeat album features classic covers of legends like Frank Sinatra and The Beatles. They also have several original songs.
Bob Ahlander, director of music at Shadow Mountain Records, says “Hudson Lights fills a void in the music scene.”
They have already had some notable performances. They debuted at the Marriot Center during the BYU Women’s Conference Concert in May, and placed 2nd in a contest to open for Kelly Clarkson at the STADIUM OF FIRE in June.
On November 22nd they’ll perform for a crowd of 10,000 as part of Deseret Book’s “Time Out for Women” event at the Maverik Center. Tickets are available here.
“Call Me Maybe”
This is full.