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Mark “Brink” Brinkman and Paula Breedlove in “Direct Buzz”

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Direct BuzzAirPlay Direct is celebrating 8 years with this issue of Direct Buzz and the company is ecstatic to be bringing their magazine back to life for their vast readership of Indie Artists, Record Labels, and Radio Stations that encompass the globe!

Their 18th issue showcases the incredibly talented Colin Linden on the cover as their "Artist Feature," and an interview with Appleseed Recordings founder, Jim Musselman, in "Behind The Desk." Found in "The Writers Round" is an interview with Mark "Brink" Brinkman and Paula Breedlove, the co-writers of "God Didn't Choose Sides," the title track of this monumental album release by their good friends at Rural Rhythm Records.

"The Indie Way" shares insightful information on how to encode ytheir music with invaluable tips and their newest column addition, "Three Questions for Radio," hosts an interview with AirPlay Direct radio member David Ludwig, Music Director of KYSM 90.1 FM. Foster Care Alumni of America is their March issue "Beyond The Song," an organization worthy of all their support and donations. "Killer Tracks" reviews the latest releases by Kris Kristofferson, Sweet Honey In The Rock, and Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising, while "Featured Artists" reveals the 10 winners of their new and exciting "Buzz About You" artist competition.

As they start preparation for their May issue, Bronson Herrmuth, Editor In Chief of the Direct Buzz says, "I'm thrilled with the number one goal of delivering to you their best issue ever. Just like AirPlay Direct, the Direct Buzz operates on the principal of a level playing field for all. If you are an artist with a new CD, a record label with a new release, a radio station affiliate, a new equipment company or service provider to the industry, let us hear from you. Tell us about it, share ytheir thoughts and give us ytheir input."

For more information about the Direct Buzz, please contact Bronson Herrmuth at:

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