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Women Of Substance

Women of Substance Radio has been on the air for 4 years. We broadcast 24/7 on the Live365 Network and iTunes Radio garnering fans from all over the world. WOSRadio plays the BEST female artists, both label and Indie, in all genres. We hand-pick all of our music starting with icons of the past like Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Tracy Chapman, Mariah Carey, No Doubt, Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan, Jewel, Michelle Branch, Kelly Clarkson, Sara Bareilles, Colbie Caillat, Adele, Carrie Underwood, Amy Winehouse, Feist, Christina Perri and so many more. Women of Substance take submissions from Indies and our review board selects only the best quality artists and songs that can stand up next to the forementioned superstars. Indie artists we have chosen early in their career have gone on to be Top 24 on American Idol, win second place on the Bravo show Platinum Hit, and one artist is currently a chosen contestant on NBC’s The Voice.



Women Of Substance Radio Top 20 Tracks

Tivoli Skye

Tivoli Skye


Tivoli is a 2013 Indie Music Channel Award winner and she has been honored for her courage in “standing up for what is right” and forming her own awareness/advocacy event with local government officials, organizations, and musicians called “Stand up & stand out! – Positive Role Models against bullying, abuse and for suicide prevention/Awareness”.

1. Tivoli Skye – Better
2. Tivoli Skye – Break Me
3. Tivoli Skye – Promise
4. Joanna Rutzky – Sorry
5. Nikki Nash – Room For Me
6. Denise Dimin – Daylight (feat. Rachel Williams)
7. Hollywood & Mars – Dark Places (feat. Eduarda Xen)
8. Renee Rojanaro – You Love The Bottle
9. Gabrielle Graves – Move On
10. Emily Grove – Hate Mondays
11. Renee Rojanaro – Wedding Day Eve
12. Len Guerzon feat. Cyndi Guerzon – Just With Your Eyes (You Might Miss Love)
13. Susan O’Neill – Two Wrongs
14. Lakota – Heaven’s Own
15. Hollywood & Mars (feat. Allie Feder) – Run Away
16. Fields of Light – Fallin’ Out Of Love
17. Rocklin – Deep
18. Margeaux Jordan – Let Love In
19. Katrin Johansson – Lonely Together
20. Emma Klein – Chocolate-Covered Glasses


The Kennedys: West review

Posted on February 5 by Dave Simpson

Reposted from http://www.puremzine.com/kennedys-west-review/

Maura and Pete

American folk duo, The Kennedys, have a busy year ahead of them. Singer/songwriters Pete and Maura, who have been performing together for two whole decades, plan on releasing three different records in 2015. The first of these, West, will be exclusive to Ireland and Britain when it hits on April 13th, preceding a UK tour at the beginning of May.

The album’s eponymous opening track is an altogether innocuous affair that blends together elements of folk and country and western. Its warm, relaxing riff and soft melody serve as a pleasant starting point.

“Elegy” features cool and crisp guitars that develop into an enthralling riff bordering on classical about three-quarters of the way in. A rousing harmony persists throughout the pressing instrumentation and is particularly arresting.

Musically, “Sister of the Road” has quite a sentimental feel, affording it a compassionate air. The transfixing vocal work washes over the senses and captivates entirely from beginning to end. “Signs” exhibits another mesmerising melody amid guitars that are a little more dark and serious. There’s something both intriguing and exciting about it all as it trucks along at a steady pace.

Light and breezy instrumentation joins upbeat, reassuring vocals during “Jubilee Time.” This song acts like it doesn’t have a care in the world, emanating a contented and unconcerned atmosphere.

Exotic guitars and romantic lyrics breathe life into “Locket”. Their heartwarming disposition results in a touching and amiable love song. The cheeriness continues into “Southern Jumbo”, which is a bright and jovial entry. Its music and melody glide along merrily, evoking feelings of joy and happiness.

The guitars and vocals of “Black Snake, White Snake” build steadily, forging a strikingly stirring and powerful piece. “Bodhisattva Blues” follows along whimsically with riveting instrumentation and a swift melody. “Travel Day Blues” opts for a heavier approach, recalling the rock and roll anthems of artists such as Chuck Berry while adding a country spin. It’s an irresistibly enthusiastic addition, loaded with energetic vocals and vigorous riffs.

The hushed acoustic guitars and optimistic vocal work of “The Queen of Hollywood High” develop gradually to become lively and hectic, building suspense and anticipation as they do so.

“Perfect Love” is a bustling ballad with a tender melody and spirited instrumentation, after which a mellow acoustic riff and sobering lyrics take over for “Good, Better, Best”. Its affecting tune ensures that it serves as an eloquent finale.

The Kennedys’ work here showcases a splendid blend of acoustic folk and easy listening pop. West is a collection of thirteen enchanting tracks whose heartfelt and passionate execution makes for a wonderful listening experience. Be sure to check the album out upon its release in April and in the meantime, head over to Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the band.


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