The Legendary Razzy Bailey now booking for the remainder of the year. For booking information please contact NEA Sound.
NEA Sound is currently booking to complete the appearances of most of our artists through the end of the year and for the beginning of 2010. We are balancing out the schedules for the rest of this year and determining the first appearances for the year 2010.
Contact NEA Sound now for booking openings.
The State Line Mob has joined with the management team from NEA Sound! The hottest new group in southern rock is now booked and maneged by NEA Sound.
The State Line Mob is the 2008 winner of the Muscle Shoals Music awards for Best New Artist and for Best New Country Album. State Line Mob is quickly growing in popularity with each performance they have. They have packed the house everywhere they play and are being sought for performances nation wide! Their unique blend of instruments and perfect harmony are creating what is now being called MOB FEVER!
Listen to It Keeps Me Going by State Line Mob!
This group is destined for the top and is well underway of getting there! For booking information contact NEA Sound now!
Skyla Spencer has been in studio working on a new single release due out this month. This single is a joint venture between NEA Sound and Omni Sound Studio’s in Nashville, Tennessee. More to come on this project as it developes.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE… CONTACT: NEA Sound (870) 738-9441
Razzy Bailey, “I’m a damned good time”.
NEA Sound announces Razzy Bailey to begin his “Damned good time” tour, following the release of his newest album entitled “Damned Good Time”, SOA Records, 2009.
With the release of Razzy Bailey’s newest album on the SOA label NEA Sound is proud to announce they are beginning booking for the Damned Good Time tour. Bailey has joined with PLA Media for his promotional needs and NEA Sound for his booking, as all prepare for the tour coming this summer. Booking for the tour will begin on Monday, April 13th, 2009. You may reach NEA Sound at 870-738-9441 or by email at email@example.com for booking details.
Mr. Bailey has been responsible for numerous top ten hits over the years beginning with the 1976 hit “9,999,999 Tears” , recorded by Dickey Lee, which he wrote. His success continued for a historic four months, Razzy’s top #10 hit “What Time Do You Have to Be Back in Heaven” stayed on the charts. This was followed up with “Tonight She’s Gonna Love Me (Like There’s No Tomorrow),” again a top #10 smash. History was being made. Two more top #10’s followed: “If Love Had a Face,” and “I Ain’t Got No Business Doin’ Business Today,” but they were outdone by his top #5, “I Can’t Get Enough of You.”
The 80’s arrived and included even more success, six #1’s, all of them back-to-back from three double-sided releases, “Loving up a Storm,” “I Keep Coming Back/True Life Country Music,” “Friends/Anywhere There’s a Jukebox,” and “Midnight Hauler.” This accomplishment was never before and never again, achieved by any other artist. “Scratch My back (and Whisper in My Ear),” flipside to “Midnight Hauler,” also scored a top #10 place on the charts. The year 1981 ended with another of Razzy’s songs sitting on the top of the charts, “She Left Love all over me.” With a total of nine #1 hits in a row, it is no surprise that Razzy was named Billboard’s Country Singles Artist for that year.
Top #10 hits followed Razzy around like a little puppy dog follows his master. The next year he enjoyed even more top #10 hits, including “Everywhere You Cross My Mind (You Break my Heart),” and “Love’s Gonna Fall Here Tonight”. Thirteen #1 hits and 30 top #10 hits have permanently etched a place for Razzy in the history of American music. He received so many awards and honors that no complete list of them currently exists. He has, however, recently been inducted into the Atlanta, Georgia Country Music Hall of Fame. Razzy memorabilia is currently seen in two separate exhibits at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in Macon – one exhibit is in the hot country music division along with Travis Tritt while the other is in the R & B division with Otis Redding.
Bailey’s music crosses all the usual borders of music and pleases audiences from country and jazz to pop and blues. He has a unique style which has been loved for years. Ken Carille, country music columnist for The Dothan Progress said “Razzy is impossible to define. Yes, he is country, but he is also a good bit of rock, and has more than his share of blues. Razzy is one of the best all around talents on the face of the earth and this boy loves to sing.”
For additional information contact Norman Curtner at NEA Sound, (870) 738-9441 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.