My songs have been getting regular play on Catorweb, WCWP and WRFL. Simple has been added to Catorweb’s rotation. Catorweb has been a HUGE supporter of both Huetensil and Question of Honour over the years. Bobby G. is adding Simple to both The Rock Show and WCWP’s afternoon rotation. Bobby has also been a big supporter. Also, the DJs at WRFL have played Fear & Longing, King, Let’s Pretend, Maybe It’s Time, Mr. Curry’s Troubles and Tonight from my album Black & White. Go give them all a listen!
Three stations have recently aired my songs! Jess Vine played Want Too Much and Last Night on her show yesterday evening. DJ Lamp recently included Nothin’ on his show Eclectic Chair a couple of times. That airs on Radio Reverb which is a new station for my songs. Another new station WRFL has aired several of my songs including King, Fear & Longing, Maybe It’s Time and Tonight.
Monday Night R ‘n’ R
Monday: 8:00 p.m.
WEFT 90.1 FM
Champaign, Illinois Stream
If you haven’t heard through the grapevine already, my new album, Black & White, is done. The first single, “King” will be released through my BandCamp page on January 27, 2015. I started distribution to radio on Tuesday and already three stations have said that they’ll air it! They are…
Kev & Mark The Rock Train
Lincoln, United Kingdom Stream
Airs today at 8:00 p.m. local time – 3:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
WTFX 93.1 FM
Louisville, Kentucky Stream
Airs Sunday at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
For those of you who get my newsletter, you already know that I stopped promoting my latest songs to radio back in mid-November. However, I expect/hope that a few more will continue to trickle in.
Last night, Norma Jean featured Huetensil, along with several other bands, on her show “The Crazy Train.” The show airs on Thursday evenings at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on The Red Eye Radio Network.
Also, Sonic Pirate is adding Huetensil to their rotation starting in January.
I’ve added links to the top of the column at the right that will take you to where you can buy my recordings of “Voulez-Vous” and “She’s Not There.” If you like ‘em, go get ‘em!