Tommie brewster's Blog – September 2009 Archive (3)

Tommie Brewster mystagemusic Feature Artist two months in succession

Hi Everyone.......



I only joined mystagemusic about 5 weeks ago and they almost

immediately made me Featured Blues Artist for September. They

are very supportive and this has been a very helpful tool for me



As we drew towards the end of the month, the site decided to run

a vote amongst the many categories of featured artists and set up

a voting page. I told my friends and fans of this and suggested they

might like to vote for me.



Within… Continue

Added by tommie brewster on September 28, 2009 at 7:55am — No Comments

Tommie Brewster 3 songs in SongVault Finals chart

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Some months back I had three songs on Song Vault simultaneously at Number One and one of those,

Can't Leave You Alone, has stayed in the chart ever since.



I added two new songs a couple of weeks ago which went to number one and number two in the

Song Vault Showcase chart.



They just told me that these two songs now moved up in to the Finals Chart which means I

again have three tracks in the Finals Chart… Continue

Added by tommie brewster on September 23, 2009 at 1:49am — No Comments

Tommie is MyStageMusic Featured Artist for September



I joined mystagemusic.com only about 10 days ago after following a link in a network

newsletter, cos if people are going to give out information the least you can do is act on it!!



One more site to get used to, one more site to spend hours ( this is New Zealand here folks -

broadband is a figment of someone's imagination!) uploading mp3s and a few pics, one more

site to browse… Continue

Added by tommie brewster on September 2, 2009 at 4:09am — No Comments

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