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AirPlay Direct to Service Radio with Good Home Grown Music

Tom T & Dixie HallTom T. & Dixie Hall are happy to announce that Radio DJ's will now be able to download current hits from Good Home Grown Music and Blue Circle Records from their AirPlay Direct Site Good Home Grown Music will be updating their site often with new and upcoming songs as well as including some earlier released good'uns!

Del McCoury's 'Blue Side of Town' Radio Program to AirPlay Direct

Blue Side of TownDel McCoury is taking his five year old bluegrass music radio show in a new direction. The show which was hosted on Sirius/XM Radio is now moving to AirPlay Direct as a syndicated radio program. Del has had enormous success spreading the wings of the genre and enjoys taking his talents where bluegrass has never traveled before.

AirPlay Direct Reaches Major Milestones In Digital Delivery

AirPlay DirectAirPlay Direct, the global leader in digital delivery to radio, is proud to announce that it has now reached 30,000 members and 6,800 radio stations worldwide. These members, including signed artists, independent artists and record labels, are able to securely send broadcast-quality music and digital press kits to booking agents, promoters, music supervisors and radio program/music directors at our 6,800 radio stations worldwide.

Ireland's Bluegrass Singer/Songwriter Niall Toner's Single 'William Smith Monroe' at #1 on AirPlay Direct

Niall TonerNashville, TN -- The leader of the Niall Toner Band from Ireland is still celebrating his music reaching the number one download spot on the bluegrass and folk charts for AirPlay Direct, an extraordinary achievement for a songwriter based in Ireland. As a result, Niall Toner Band has been enjoying an ever-increasing amount of air play on American Radio. Niall's songs about Bill Monroe, Bill Monroe's Mandolin and The Master's Resting Place, are proving most popular with Radio DJs and listeners in this year of Monroe's Centenary.


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