Willamena – Falling Through The Sky (Radio Mix)
TEN LANES WIDE RECORDS PRESENTS:
"Falling Through the Sky (Radio Mix)"
Produced by Kevin Beamish (REO Speedwagon, Elton John, Reba McEntire).
From the CD Lost in the Shadows. Available nationwide at FYE stores (www.FYE.com), Zia Records stores, and other retailers, plus HMV stores across Canada (www.HMV.ca) and online everywhere (BestBuy.com, Sears.com, iTunes, Amazon, more).
"… [U]ndeniably infectious rock…" "[T]he standout tracks… [including] Falling Through the Sky… could do some serious damage on U.S. radio in 2013… And that means there are songs on this album you’ll likely be humming in your sleep."- John Sinkevics, SpinsOnMusic.com
"Falling Through the Sky (Radio Mix)" has already aired on stations like WRRW (Williamsburg, VA), WYCE (Grand Rapids, MI), WMSE (Milwaukee), Amazing Radio (UK), and various internet outlets.
"… [D]on’t mistake Willamena for anything but pros. Lost in the Shadows is their fourth CD, with solid songs and major-label-level production from the likes of Kevin Beamish (REO Speedwagon, Kenny Chesney, Reba McEntire, Elton John)… The songs are there, including… Falling Through The Sky… which should be given an ear by radio MDs as well as music supervisors." – Artist Spotlight, TheTop22.com
Single "The Things That I Forgot" from Lost… hit #180 on the FMQB Triple A singles chart, got to #90 on the Mediabase Top-40 "Activator" chart, and was #1 in spins at stations like KCLC (St. Louis), WVMP (Roanoke), and more. As of 11/4/13, it remains #23 on AOL/Slacker’s "Adult Rock" channel.
"… Their music is ready made to fill arenas… by the time you leave a show of Willamena’s, you might be humming a few bars of their music."- John Verburg, WestMichiganIndie.com
All three previous singles from Lost have made the AllAccess.com Triple A "Cool New Music" list, and all 10 tracks from the album have aired on broadcast radio at least once world-wide.
"… Unforgettable hooks represent one of many strengths of a band whose versatility shines live and in the studio." – Carly Plank, Revue Magazine
Songs from Lost… have aired on at least 130 radio stations plus syndicated-show affiliates world-wide. The CD has been added to at least 180 non-comm/college radio libraries nationwide, including #1 adds at WERU, KRFP, WMUH, M3Radio.com, and more.
"… I keep thinking, how could a band with this talent and sound not be on a big label… will these guys ever run out of hooks?" – Bill Ribas, NYRock.com